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The Best Smart Outdoor Lighting for Backyards, Pathways, and More

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The Best Water Fountain for Cats and Dogs

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The Best Leaf Blower

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The Best Spiralizer

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New York Schools Can Reopen, Cuomo Says

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The Best Bluetooth Wireless Headphones

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Jack Dorsey on Twitter's Mistakes

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Canada to U.S. Visitors: Please Don’t Sneak Across the Border

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Abolish the Police? Survivors of the Chaos in Seattle Aren’t So Sure

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Sweatpants Forever

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The Cult of the Tech Genius

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Is TikTok a Good Buy? It Depends on What’s Included

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Uber’s Revenue Craters, as Deliveries Surge in Pandemic

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Trump Targets WeChat and TikTok, in Sharp Escalation with China

The government cited national security concerns in announcing sweeping restrictions on two popular Chinese social media networks, a move that is likely to be met with retaliation. | Continue reading


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The Best Android Phones

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The Best All-in-One Computer

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The Best Smart Window Shades

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The Best Monitors

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The Best Portable Laptop Charger

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What Is Fresh Pet Food and Is It Actually Better?

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The Best Deals to Reclaim Your Space We’ve Found This Week

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The Best College Dorm Essentials

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A Family Cries ‘Justice for Hannah.’ Will Its Rural Town Listen?

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He Predicted Trump’s Win in 2016. Now He’s Ready to Call 2020

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The Unique U.S. Failure to Control the Virus

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New York's Sidewalk Prophets Are Heirs of the Lascaux Cave Artisans

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The Hiroshima Pilot Who Became a Symbol of Antinuclear Protest

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What Years of Emails and Texts Reveal About Your Friendly Tech Companies

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How Did It Happen? America’s Unique Failure to Control the Virus

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What Shakespeare Teaches Us About Living with Pandemics

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The Photographers Who Captured the Toll of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

A new book of photos documents the human impact of the bombings that ended World War II — and challenges a common American perception of the destruction in Japan. | Continue reading


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What Footage of the Beirut Explosion Tells Us About the Blast

The videos offer clues into the blast’s cause and the strength of its destructive power. | Continue reading


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Facebook Removes Trump Campaign’s Misleading Coronavirus Video

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Republicans Aid Kanye West’s Bid to Get on the 2020 Ballot

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Ship that brought ammonium nitrate to Beirut

The bleak tale of an indebted cargo vessel and its disgruntled crew is where a story of chronic negligence started six years ago. It ended on Tuesday in a giant explosion. | Continue reading


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Major U.S. Health Insurers Report Big Profits, Benefiting from the Pandemic

Consumers are probably entitled to millions of dollars in rebates under Obamacare rules that cap companies’ profits. | Continue reading


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Peanut Butter and Ranch Dressing: What Americans Abroad Miss from Home

With virus cases in the United States rising and international travel curtailed, many Americans do not know when they will be able to reunite with home and the comforts they associate with it. | Continue reading


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Could My Symptoms Be Covid-19?

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How to Pick the Best Smartwatch (or Dumb Phone) for Your Kid

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How to Think Like an Epidemiologist

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Covid tests and quarantines: Colleges brace for an uncertain fall

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The Best Gas Stoves and Ranges

With over 100 hours of research behind us, including interviews with repair technicians and chefs, here are our recommendations for the best gas stove. | Continue reading


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