Think You’re Discreet Online? Think Again

Thanks to “data inference” technology, companies know more about you than you disclose. | Continue reading


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The Earth Is Just as Alive as You Are

Scientists once ridiculed the idea of a living planet. Not anymore. | Continue reading


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Lifesaving Forecasts Start Here: Inside the Storm Prediction Center

On any given day, severe weather can threaten millions of people. An Oklahoma office tries to see it all coming. | Continue reading


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Trump’s Washing Machine Tariffs Stung Consumers While Lifting Corporate Profits

New research shows how a move meant to aid domestic manufacturers instead padded profits and raised prices on a wide variety of laundry items. | Continue reading


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Nipsey Hustle was hailed as a hero. But to officials, we was still a gangster

“No one ever makes it off that list,” one expert said of the state’s gang database, which can be used to revoke parole and enhance punishments. “No one.” | Continue reading


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Progressive Capitalism Is Not an Oxymoron

We can save our broken economic system from itself. | Continue reading


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Fearing More Violence, Sri Lanka Silences Social Media

Sri Lankan officials have a troubled relationship with social media. They have seen firsthand how quickly online hate can turn into deadly violence. | Continue reading


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Sri Lanka Bombings Live Update: Blasts Unleash Carnage at Churches and Luxury Hotels

Multiple explosions killed more than 200 people at churches and high-end hotels across the country. Seven people were arrested in connection with the wave of bombings. | Continue reading


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Silicon Valley Came to Kansas Schools. That Started a Rebellion

Public schools in Kansas rolled out a web-based learning platform backed by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg. Now students have staged walkouts and sit-ins. Their parents have organized. | Continue reading


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Sri Lanka Bombings Injure Scores at Churches and Hotels

The sites targeted included three churches celebrating Easter Mass and three high-end hotels in Colombo, the capital. | Continue reading


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Sri Lanka Bombings at Churches and Hotels Kill at Least 140

The sites included three churches convened for Easter Mass and three high-end hotels in Colombo, the capital. | Continue reading


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How to Bounce Back from Rejection

When someone rejects you, it helps to remember that there’s another you. | Continue reading


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Amid a Cyclone's Fierce Destruction, Mozambique Finds Shards of Hope

Our correspondent found both sorrow and resilience in one of the poorest corners of the planet after a savage storm left tens of thousands homeless. | Continue reading


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Claims of Shoddy Production Draw Scrutiny to a Second Boeing Jet

Workers at a 787 Dreamliner plant in South Carolina have complained of defective manufacturing, debris left on planes and pressure to not report violations. | Continue reading


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Officials announced the arrest of Larry Mitchell Hopkins, the leader of a group that was detaining migrants at gunpoint in southern New Mexico. | Continue reading


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Letter of Recommendation: Digging a Trench

I was stuck. Swinging a pickax helped. | Continue reading


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Half of England Is Owned by Less Than 1% of Its Population, Researcher Says

A new book identifies aristocrats, investors and companies that own vast portions of the country, amid growing complaints about land scarcity and economic inequality. | Continue reading


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Claims of Shoddy Production Draw Scrutiny to a Second Boeing Jet

Workers at a 787 Dreamliner plant in South Carolina have complained of defective manufacturing, debris left on planes and pressure to not report violations. | Continue reading


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Surprisingly little evidence for usual wisdom about teeth

Many of the things we’re told to do for our dental health aren’t supported by systematic reviews. | Continue reading


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The spread of these buildings overlooking Central Park is provoking a backlash amid a broader debate about affordable housing, extravagant projects and the city’s identity. | Continue reading


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The Mueller report showed that Justice Department leaders were more deeply under siege than previously known. | Continue reading


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Look What the Cat Dragged In: Parasites

Researchers found that house cats that roam outdoors were more likely to pick up diseases than indoor cats. | Continue reading


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Notre-Dame’s Safety Planners Underestimated the Risk, with Devastating Results

The man who oversaw the design of the fire safety system at the cathedral said he was “stunned” at the fire’s speed. Experts said the system included delays that cost firefighters critical minutes. | Continue reading


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What They Left Behind: Legacies of the Recently Departed

Some gems from the life’s work of people remembered in obituaries in The New York Times. | Continue reading


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Subway Chief May Quit over Tensions with Cuomo, Colleagues Fear

Andy Byford, the transit executive hired to rescue New York City’s floundering subways, has clashed with the governor over management of the system. | Continue reading


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Amazon Gives Up on Chinese Domestic Shopping Business

The company had long struggled to gain traction in China despite operating there for more than a decade. | Continue reading


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A Barnes Foundation Show Illuminates the Dawn of Photography

An exhibition shows how the pioneers of photography saw the dominant medium of painting both as inspiration and competition. | Continue reading


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Evolution of the Soccer Ball (2014)

An evolution, from 1930 to today. | Continue reading


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A Portrait of the White House and Its Culture of Dishonesty

At one juncture after another, the Mueller report describes how Mr. Trump made his troubles worse, giving into anger and grievance and lashing out in ways that turned advisers into witnesses against him. | Continue reading


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The Data All Guilt-Ridden Parents Need

What science tells us about breast-feeding, sleep training and all the agonizing decisions of parenthood. | Continue reading


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The missing piece of the report is a counterintelligence investigation that should set off alarm bells about our democracy and security. | Continue reading


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After Social Media Bans, Militant Groups Found Ways to Remain

Hezbollah and other groups classified as terrorist organizations by the United States have changed their social media strategies to stay on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. | Continue reading


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Bauhaus at 100

A century after its founding, see where the school’s architectural legacy stands in 7 countries around the world. | Continue reading


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Genetic Mutation Makes People Feel Full – All the Time

Two new studies confirm that weight control is often the result of genetics, not willpower. | Continue reading


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A Market-Driven Green New Deal? We’d Be Unstoppable

Any serious energy transformation will need to harness America’s powerful and creative economic engine. | Continue reading


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What We Know So Far from the Mueller Report

The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, investigated Russian election interference, ties to the Trump campaign and possible presidential obstruction of justice. His report has been released. | Continue reading


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Soylent’s New Product. It’s Food

The Silicon Valley food-drink of choice is now a ‘complete nutrition platform.’ The beverage plot thickens. | Continue reading


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‘I Want What My Male Colleague Has, and That Will Cost a Few Million Dollars’

Women at the Salk Institute say they faced a culture of marginalization and hostility. The numbers from other elite scientific institutions suggest they’re not alone. | Continue reading


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Changing San Francisco is seen as a haven for the wealthy and childless (1981)

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At Colorado, a Breach in Football’s Wall

The University of Colorado has come closer than most institutions to wrestling with an urgent question: Is running a college football program unconscionable? | Continue reading


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Oliver Sacks: The Healing Power of Gardens

Even for people who are deeply disabled neurologically, nature can be more powerful than any medication. | Continue reading


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He Built, Then Nearly Broke, a Successful Beauty Startup. Can It Go On?

Brandon Truaxe, the creator of Deciem, died in January after a tumultuous 2018. The company is still recovering. | Continue reading


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Listed a T. Rex Fossil on eBay for $2.95M. Scientists Weren’t Thrilled

“I own this thing,” Alan Detrich recalled telling a museum director. “It is mine. I can do whatever I want.” | Continue reading


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White House and Justice Dept. Officials Discussed Mueller Report Before Release

Some of President Trump’s advisers are concerned about whether he will retaliate against them if the report reveals them as sources of damaging details. | Continue reading


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Uber Nears Investment Deal for Self-Driving Car Unit-WSJ

Uber Technologies Inc is nearing a deal with a group, including SoftBank Group Corp, to invest in its self-driving car unit to be valued at $7.25 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter. | Continue reading


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A Man Who Made Your iPhone Wants to Run Taiwan

The entrance into the presidential race by the billionaire Terry Gou shakes up Taiwan’s political playing field and draws into sharp focus its strained relations with China. | Continue reading


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Is Prison Necessary? Ruth Wilson Gilmore Might Change Your Mind

In three decades of advocating for prison abolition, the activist and scholar has helped transform how people think about criminal justice. | Continue reading


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A Ferry Subsidy of $24.75 a Ride? New York City’s Costs Are Ballooning

Are ferries an expensive “niche” service or an effective form of transportation? “We’re starting a whole new form of mass transit,” Mayor Bill de Blasio recently said. | Continue reading


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