What We Know About the Brooklyn Subway Shooting

Investigators are piecing together what happened after a shooting spree Tuesday morning on a subway train in Brooklyn, in which at least 23 people were injured. The gunman remains at large. Here's what we know so far.(nytimes.com) | Continue reading


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Days before Jan. 6, a onetime aide to Roger J. Stone Jr. told Trump backers to make lawmakers meeting to finalize the 2020 election results feel that “people are breathing down their necks.” | Continue reading


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House G.O.P., Banding Together, Kills Bid to Honor Pioneering Black Judge

A right-wing congressman persuaded fellow Republicans to abruptly turn against a routine measure to name a federal courthouse in Florida for a Black State Supreme Court justice. WASHINGTON - In a bitterly divided Congress, it was a rare measure that had been expected to sail thro … | Continue reading


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In a First, Google Goes After Puppy Fraud in Court

The company's first consumer protection lawsuit, filed Monday,claims a Cameroon man tricked would-be buyers using Gmail and other services. In a first for the tech giant, Google filed a consumer protection lawsuit to shield the vulnerable and unsuspecting from what it called a "n … | Continue reading


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Why City Pigeons Are Worth Watching

The humble Columba livia is much more than a rat with wings. | Continue reading


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The Truth About Trendy Products: A Review of Magic Spoon Cereal

Even though I like to consider myself pretty immune to online ads, the appearance of Magic Spoon’s “zero-sugar, high-protein” cereal in my Instagram feed was uncomfortably well targeted to my lifelong love of cereal and eerily well timed to capitalize on my recent health changes. … | Continue reading


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Live Updates: Several People Are Shot at Brooklyn Subway Station

Multiple people were shot on the platform of a Brooklyn subway station during the Tuesday morning rush, officials said, a violent episode that heightened simmering fears about public safety as New York City struggles to recover from the pandemic. The Fire Department said that 13 … | Continue reading


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Men Think You Won’t Like Their Views but Want to Feel Free to Express Them

A group of conservative men spoke with Times Opinion about what it’s like to be a man in America today, touching on cancel culture, race and gender. | Continue reading


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Lt. Gov. Benjamin Arrested in Campaign Finance Scheme

Brian A. Benjamin, New York's No. 2 official to Gov. Kathy Hochul, will face a federal charge that he conspired to commit bribery while a state senator. Lt. Gov. Brian A. Benjamin of New York, the state's second-in-command to Gov.(nytimes.com) | Continue reading


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Several People Shot in Brooklyn Subway Station

Several people were shot on the platform of a Brooklyn subway station during the Tuesday morning rush, officials said. Police officers were called to the 36th Street subway station, where the D, N and Rlines pass through the Sunset Park neighborhood, at around 8:30 a.m., a Police … | Continue reading


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Email Is Slow and Creates Distance. That’s Why It’s Great.

In defense of a dinosaur. | Continue reading


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U.S. Weighs Shift to Support Hague Court as It Investigates Russian Atrocities

The government is hamstrung from helping the world’s war-crimes court by two laws and a policy aimed at barring it from charging Americans. | Continue reading


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The Best Bike Storage Ideas

Cyclists who live in small spaces know the conundrum: You want your bike easily accessible but hate tripping over it all the time. After spending more than 30 hours researching dozens of indoor bike-storage stands, we assembled and tested the 10 most viable options, leaving our b … | Continue reading


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Twitter Grapples With an Elon Musk Problem

Mr. Musk, Twitter's biggest shareholder, is free to buy more stock in the company and could use the platform against itself. Some employees are dismayed. SAN FRANCISCO - Bright and early on Monday, Elon Musk sent the government a surprising new document.(nytimes.com) | Continue reading


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We Weeded Out 6 of the Best Deals to Celebrate 4/20

People use cannabis for reasons as nuanced and varied as the flower itself. Every user has their own unique needs, from medicinal use—to help cope with chronic pain, manage epileptic symptoms, or soothe anxiety—to recreational use. No matter your specific needs, a good portable v … | Continue reading


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Arbitrator Clears Buffalo Police Officers Who Shoved Protester

A video from June 2020 showed Martin Gugino, 75 at the time, motionless and bleeding after being pushed to the ground. The footage fueled outrage during a summer of unrest over police violence. | Continue reading


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As Remote Work Becomes Permanent, Can Manhattan Adapt?

With more companies adopting hybrid work, New York City’s economy, which relies on commuters and full office buildings, faces an uncertain future. | Continue reading


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Europe Is Investing Heavily in Trains

Amid concerns about climate change, Europe is investing heavily in trains. The idea is to make rail more appealing, especially as an alternative to short-haul flights. | Continue reading


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A Wooden Knife Sharper Than Steel? Scientists Say So

Knives are humanity’s oldest tool, dating back millions of years. A group of scientists in Maryland have produced a version made of hardened wood, which they say is sharper than steel. | Continue reading


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‘This Was Trump Pulling a Putin’

Amid the current crisis, Fiona Hill and other former advisers are connecting President Trump’s pressure campaign on Ukraine to Jan. 6. And they’re ready to talk. | Continue reading


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Bucha's Month of Terror

The following images depict graphic violence. 'They shot my son. I was next to him. It would be better if it had been me.' As the Russian advance on Kyiv stalled, a campaign of terror and revenge against civilians nearby in Bucha began, survivors and investigators say.(nytimes.co … | Continue reading


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Our Favorite Shower Caps

Whether you’re trying to protect a beautiful blowout, braids, curls, or a bald head, a well-fitting and fully waterproof shower cap can be a game changer for people who can’t or don’t want to disturb their ’do every time they bathe. Sadly, second-rate shower caps litter store she … | Continue reading


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Why We Love the Babybjörn Baby Bib

I could count on one hand the pieces of gear that have survived our three sons. There’s hardly anything resembling its original factory condition. But in that elite company you’d find the Babybjörn Baby Bib, still in circulation after nearly a decade of use, often well beyond the … | Continue reading


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Truck Makers Face a Tech Dilemma: Batteries or Hydrogen?

Under pressure to cut emissions, truck manufacturers are choosing between batteries and hydrogen fuel cells. Wagering incorrectly could cost them billions of dollars. | Continue reading


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How to Imagine Jeff Bezos’ Wealth

A fortune of $172 billion is almost impossible to fathom. For the magazine’s Money Issue, the artist Mona Chalabi came up with some extremely original comparisons. | Continue reading


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Stopping Climate Change Is Doable, but Time Is Short, U.N. Panel Warns

A major new scientific report offers a road map for how countries can limit global warming, but warns that the margin for error is vanishingly small. | Continue reading


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People Who Draw Rocks

The Alps’ glaciers are melting, and these Swiss cartographers have work to do. | Continue reading


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A ‘New Era of Air Pollution’ in the Tropics Could Have a Toll

Increasingly bad air in big cities is expected to kill hundreds of thousands in coming years if stronger controls are not put in place. | Continue reading


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Spurred by Putin, Russians Turn on One Another over the War

Citizens are denouncing one another, illustrating how the war is feeding paranoia and polarization in Russian society. | Continue reading


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Elon Musk Will Not Join Twitter’s Board, Company Says

The announcement reverses a decision last week, when Twitter said Mr. Musk would become a board member after amassing a 9.2 percent stake in the company. | Continue reading


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An Art Revolution, Made with Scissors and Glue

The greatest breakthrough of 20th-century art was something you probably did in elementary school. | Continue reading


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Before Giving Billions to Jared Kushner, Saudi Investment Fund Had Big Doubts

Before it committed $2 billion to Mr. Kushner’s firm, Public Investment Fund officials questioned the justification for taking such a big risk. | Continue reading


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Crypto Industry Helps Write and Pass Its Own Agenda in State Capitols

In the absence of federal regulations, crypto lobbyists and executives are going state by state to get favorable rules enacted. Many lawmakers have been willing partners. | Continue reading


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Crypto Industry Helps Write, and Pass, Its Own Agenda in State Capitols

In the absence of federal regulations, crypto lobbyists and executives are going state by state to get favorable rules enacted. Many lawmakers have been willing partners. | Continue reading


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Ukraine’s Draft Dodgers Face Guilt, Shame and Reproach

Thousands of Ukrainian men are avoiding military service, putting them on risky paths into Europe. Among Ukrainians, it’s stirring a complicated debate. | Continue reading


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The Fortunes of MacKenzie Scott

Three decades after worrying about making rent, she is now giving away billions — all while trying to keep herself out of the spotlight. | Continue reading


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Lasting Friendships

Anthropologist Robin Dunbar provides a framework. | Continue reading


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Canada Introduces Bill Requiring Tech Giants to Compensate Publishers

The bill aims to compensate struggling news organizations, and follows similar moves by Europe and Australia. | Continue reading


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How the Death of a Muslim Recruit Revealed a Culture of Brutality in the Marines

Recruits at Parris Island have been subjected to severe hazing, far beyond that experienced in other U.S. military boot camps. Is this really the only way to create a warrior? | Continue reading


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Trying Everything, Even Lettuce, to Save Florida’s Beloved Manatees

Pollution has killed the sea grass that manatees feed on, and they are starving to death in large numbers. Extraordinary intervention may not be enough to protect them. | Continue reading


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Former hedge fund investor in Russia: “No reasonable way for this to end.”

Mr. Browder, once a major investor in Russia, discusses what influences Vladimir Putin and whether punishing the oligarchs around him could help end his aggression in Ukraine. | Continue reading


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Are 1,818 Airbnbs Too Many in Joshua Tree?

A short-term rental gold rush is fueling concern for the area’s signature trees and debates about whether the nature of life in the desert of southeastern California is changing forever. | Continue reading


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Germany Became Putin’s Facilitator

Economic moralizing apparently applies only to other countries. | Continue reading


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Russian Blunders in Chernobyl: ‘They Came and Did Whatever They Wanted.’

Tanks treads ripped up the toxic soil, bulldozers carved trenches and bunkers, and soldiers spent a month camped in — and dug into — a radioactive forest. | Continue reading


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Tank treads ripped up the toxic soil, bulldozers carved trenches and bunkers, and soldiers spent a month camped in — and dug into — a radioactive forest. | Continue reading


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Facial Recognition Goes to War

Services that put a name to a face, including Clearview AI, are being used to identify Russian soldiers, living or dead, and to verify that travelers in Ukraine are who they claim. | Continue reading


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Amazon says landmark Staten Island union vote should be thrown out

The company listed a series of complaints against an upstart union’s organizing efforts. Both Amazon and another union noted objections to another vote in Alabama. | Continue reading


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The Best Strollers

After pushing 13 different strollers over 125 miles in five cities, we think the Baby Jogger City Mini 2 offers great performance and the most convenience, with a fast and compact fold, a fully reclining seat, underseat storage, and an extra-large canopy. The City Mini 2 also imp … | Continue reading


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