Opinion | Maybe We Need Masks Indoors Just a Bit Longer

The C.D.C. could have waited until we had managed to further reduce the spread of Covid-19. | Continue reading


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China’s Mars Rover Mission Lands on the Red Planet

The announcement from state media suggests the country is now only the second country to put a working spacecraft on the Martian surface. | Continue reading


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As Congress Dithers, States Step in to Set Rules for the Internet

Virginia, Florida, Arkansas and Maryland are among dozens of states that have introduced bills to curtail the power of Amazon, Google, Facebook and Twitter. | Continue reading


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Maybe We Need Masks Indoors Just a Bit Longer

The C.D.C. could have waited until we had managed to further reduce the spread of Covid-19. | Continue reading


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A Press Corps Deceived, and the Gaza Invasion That Wasn’t

A spokesman led the international media to believe that Israeli forces had entered Gaza. They hadn’t. But the army wanted Hamas to think they had. | Continue reading


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The Muldrow Glacier in Alaska Is Moving 100 Times Faster Than Normal

The Muldrow Glacier, on the north side of Denali, is undergoing a rare surge. | Continue reading


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The Nun Who Wants You to Remember You Will Die

Suffering and death are facts of life: “Everyone dies, their bodies rot, and every face becomes a skull.” | Continue reading


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Guantánamo Detainee Agrees to Drop Call for CIA Testimony

Under a deal with the military court, Majid Khan, who has admitted being a courier for Al Qaeda, will give up his chance to call witnesses to his torture in return for being released as soon as next year. | Continue reading


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The C.D.C. said Thursday that vaccinated Americans no longer needed masks in most places. Other disease experts recently had a different message: that masks were necessary in public. | Continue reading


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He's a Dogecoin Millionaire. and He's Not Selling

Glauber Contessoto went looking for something that could change his fortunes overnight. He found it in a joke cryptocurrency. | Continue reading


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Why We Love the Escali Primo Digital Scale

The inexpensive and unassuming Escali Primo Digital Scale can transform the way you bake and make you a more efficient cook. | Continue reading


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Colonial Pipeline Paid Roughly $5M in Ransom to Hackers

The payment clears the way for gas to begin flowing again, but it risks emboldening other criminal groups to take American companies hostage by seizing control of their computers. | Continue reading


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Hundreds of Epidemiologists Expected Mask-Wearing in Public for at Least a Year

The C.D.C. said Thursday that vaccinated Americans no longer needed masks in most places. Other disease experts recently had a different message: that masks were necessary in public. | Continue reading


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Their marital estate is enormous and complex, containing assets as varied as stocks and farmland. Divvying it up could have implications for philanthropy. | Continue reading


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Activists and Ex-Spy Said to Have Plotted to Discredit Trump 'Enemies' in Government

The campaign included planned operations against President Trump’s national security adviser at the time, H.R. McMaster, and F.B.I. employees, according to documents and interviews. | Continue reading


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‘Get People Off’: Shut Down Ordered for Cracked Bridge in Memphis

The Interstate 40 bridge over the Mississippi River could be closed for weeks, if not longer, because of damage that could have led to “a catastrophic event.” | Continue reading


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Covid Live Updates: Drive to Vaccinate Children Gathers Speed in U.S.

The world’s first mass inoculation effort in youngsters began after the U.S. government green lit the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine in children aged 12 to 15. It also underscored the widening gulf in global access to shots. | Continue reading


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How ‘Put That on Top Shot’ Became a New NBA Mantra

Professional basketball players are buying and selling digital video highlights while preaching the tech industry’s cryptocurrency gospel. | Continue reading


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CDC says vaccinated Americans now may go without masks in most places

The world’s first mass inoculation effort in youngsters began after the U.S. government green lit the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine in children aged 12 to 15. It also underscored the widening gulf in global access to shots. | Continue reading


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Vaccinated Americans now may go without masks in most places, the C.D.C. said.

Fully vaccinated people only need to wear masks in health care settings, on mass transit and in transportation hubs, and in prisons and homeless shelters. | Continue reading


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CDC Says Vaccinated People Can Go Maskless in Most Places

Fully vaccinated people only need to wear masks in health care settings, on mass transit and in transportation hubs, and in prisons and homeless shelters. | Continue reading


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Ohio Lottery to Give 5 People $1M Each to Encourage Vaccination

To bolster slumping demand for the vaccine, the state will use federal coronavirus relief funds to pay for a weekly lottery beginning May 26. | Continue reading


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Spencer Silver, an Inventor of Post-It Notes, Is Dead at 80

He created the adhesive that lets the small, square notes stick to surfaces. They became one of the most ubiquitous office products ever conceived. | Continue reading


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'I Feel Like I'm Just Drowning': Surviving Sophomore Year 2020

A group of high school students try desperately to make it through an isolated and dire year. | Continue reading


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To Understand Amazon, We Must Understand Jeff Bezos

In “Amazon Unbound,” his second book about the company, Brad Stone focuses on its singular C.E.O. | Continue reading


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Four Games to Play If You’re Burned Out on Animal Crossing

These four games similar to “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” are great options if you loved that game but are ready for something new. | Continue reading


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Opinion | Even if You Think Discussing Aliens Is Ridiculous, Just Hear Me Out

How would contact with U.F.O.s and other civilizations change ours? | Continue reading


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The Best Pubic Hair Trimmer

The Philips Norelco Multigroom 3000 is the best powered tool for grooming pubic hair. | Continue reading


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Even If You Think Discussing Aliens Is Ridiculous, Just Hear Me Out

How would contact with U.F.O.s and other civilizations change ours? | Continue reading


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Man Riding in Driverless Tesla Is Arrested in California

Param Sharma, 25, was arrested on charges of reckless driving. “I’m about to go in the back seat right now,” he said after being released from jail. | Continue reading


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McDonald’s will raise wages by an average of 10 percent to attract new workers

The fast-food company is raising wages at company-owned restaurants, but the move still falls short of demands for a minimum wage of $15 an hour. | Continue reading


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Boeing Says F.A.A. Has Approved New Fix for 737 Max

The troubled jet resumed flying commercially in the United States late last year. But Boeing asked some airlines last month to stop flying some planes because of a potential electrical problem. | Continue reading


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How to Clean a Toilet the Right Way

It takes a bit more effort than a casual spray of Gatorade-colored cleaning fluid to clean a toilet. | Continue reading


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Mysterious Brain Injuries Said to Hit over 130 U.S. Officials Abroad

The Biden administration has begun more aggressively investigating episodes that left spies, diplomats, soldiers and others with brain injuries. | Continue reading


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My Beloved College Town Has a Problem: It’s Too Popular

Bozeman, Mont., has big-city problems, but it may not get big-city help. | Continue reading


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Elon Musk, Tesla’s chief executive, blamed the amount of energy, increasingly generated from fossil fuels, used by Bitcoin. | Continue reading


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The Seven Sisters (1975)

Seven Sisters, The. The Great Oil Companies and the World They Made (Book): Book The Seven Sisters. The Great Oil Companies and the World They Made, by Anthony Sampson, revd by Kevin Cooney; drawing | Continue reading


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The Cicadas Are Coming

I’m jealous of all of you whose skies will soon be blurred by wings and whose trees will be filled with song.  | Continue reading


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The Best Vlogging Cameras and Gear

If you want to start vlogging, we have suggestions for gear that’ll help you capture the best video you can get, even from a smartphone. | Continue reading


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Has anyone really summitted the 14 highest mountains?

Only 44 people are said to have reached the summit of all 14 of the world’s highest mountains. Now, researchers are questioning whether any of them have really done it. | Continue reading


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The Best MagSafe Accessories for Your iPhone 12

We’ve assembled a lineup of our favorite MagSafe accessories, including iPhone 12 cases, magnetic chargers, charging stations, power banks, and desk mounts. | Continue reading


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House Republicans oust a defiant Liz Cheney for her repudiation of Trump's election lies.

“We cannot both embrace the big lie and embrace the Constitution,” Ms. Cheney said after a closed-door meeting where Republicans booed her before voting her out. | Continue reading


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Norman Lloyd, Veteran Hollywood Hyphenate, Is Dead at 106

In his long career as an actor, producer and director, he worked with some of the best-known names in show business, even if his own was barely recognized. | Continue reading


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Biden plans an order to strengthen U.S. cyberdefense

A hack of a major pipeline, the latest evidence of the nation’s vulnerabilities to cyberattacks, prompted questions about whether the administration should go further. | Continue reading


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There’s a New Definition of ‘Normal’ for Weather

New baseline data for temperature, rain, snow and other weather events reveal how the climate has changed in the United States. | Continue reading


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Shaun Donovan and Raymond J. McGuire, candidates for mayor of New York, were way, way off when asked to estimate the median home price in the borough. | Continue reading


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One of the World’s Longest-Running Experiments Sends Up Sprouts

After lying dormant in buried bottles for 142 years, 11 seeds germinated on the Michigan State University campus after scientists planted them. | Continue reading


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Policymakers Used to Ignore Child Care. Then Came the Pandemic

Experts who sounded the alarm about the care economy were often shunted to the side of policy discussions. Not anymore. | Continue reading


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