A Chicago Woman Fell Victim to Candida Auris, a Drug-Resistant Fungus

The mysterious infection has appeared at hospitals around the world but few institutions or families have discussed their experience. | Continue reading


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Mick Mulvaneys masterclass in destroying a bureaucracy from within

The C.F.P.B. was created to protect Americans from predatory lenders after the financial crisis. President Trump’s new chief of staff took it apart on his way to White House. | Continue reading


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A New Recruitment Tool for Construction: The Joystick

To help attract a generation that grew up playing video games, the construction industry has turned to simulators that replicate jobs done by heavy equipment. | Continue reading


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Flying While Trans

The T.S.A. subjects transgender passengers like me to humiliating and dehumanizing treatment. | Continue reading


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What Tolkien Knew About Love

Like Henry Darger, he created an epic fantasy. Why is Tolkien remembered, and Darger nearly forgotten? | Continue reading


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‘Partly Alive’: Scientists Revive Cells in Brains from Dead Pigs

In research that upends assumptions about brain death, researchers brought some cells back to life — or something like it. | Continue reading


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10 Years After an Exercise Study, Benefits Persist

The benefits of exercise may last longer than many of us might expect. | Continue reading


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The Most Measured Person in Tech Is Running the Most Chaotic Place on the Internet

YouTube’s C.E.O. spends her days contemplating condoms and bestiality, talking advertisers off the ledge and managing a property the size of Netflix. | Continue reading


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China’s Economy Stabilizes After Beijing Opens the Bank Vaults

New figures suggest the Chinese slowdown is bottoming out. Credit goes to a wave of lending, but economists warn that debt-fueled growth can’t continue. | Continue reading


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We built an ‘unbelievable’ (but legal) facial recognition machine

What we found shows the technology’s promise — and perils. | Continue reading


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Most Measured Person in Tech Running the Most Chaotic Place on the Internet

YouTube’s C.E.O. spends her days contemplating condoms and bestiality, talking advertisers off the ledge and managing a property the size of Netflix. | Continue reading


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‘When the Glaciers Disappear, Those Species Will Go Extinct’

America’s glaciers are losing ice as the world warms. That’s disrupting habitats for fish, insects and even bacteria. | Continue reading


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JD.com’s Chief, Richard Liu, Is Accused of Rape in Lawsuit

A University of Minnesota student is seeking more than $50,000 in damages, four months after prosecutors declined to pursue a criminal case against Mr. Liu. | Continue reading


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Don’t Count on 23andMe to Detect Most Breast Cancer Risks, Study Warns

The DNA testing company, which has 10 million customers, misses nearly 90 percent of people with risky BRCA mutations. It says the criticism is overblown. | Continue reading


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Employee Wellness Programs Yield Little Benefit, Study Shows

A rigorous new study calls into question whether workplace wellness programs can quickly save employers money on health care bills. | Continue reading


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French Tycoons Show Competitive Streak over Notre Dame Aid

Two of France's richest men, long locked in a very public rivalry, are once again pitted against each other — this time over flashy and competing donations to rebuild Notre Dame. | Continue reading


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Another Reason to Hate Hudson Yards

The billion-dollar luxury real estate project in Manhattan is exploiting a cash-for-visas program meant for the poor. | Continue reading


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Suspect in 3 Black Church Fires in Louisiana Is Charged with Hate Crimes

Holden Matthews, the 21-year-old son of a deputy sheriff, had been charged with arson and now faces three additional charges of hate crimes. | Continue reading


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YouTube Fact-Checks the Fire at Notre-Dame with Facts About 9/11

The company said that a misguided algorithm paired live footage of the blaze in Paris with information about the 2001 terrorist attacks. | Continue reading


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Don't Count on 23andMe to Detect Most Breast Cancer Risks, Study Warns

The DNA testing company, which has 10 million customers, misses nearly 90 percent of people with risky BRCA mutations. It says the criticism is overblown. | Continue reading


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Donald Trump, China Savior? Some Chinese Say Yes

Business leaders and intellectuals say one of Beijing’s toughest critics could force the country to change. Still needed: voices of support from the inside. | Continue reading


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Gina Haspel Relies on Spy Skills to Connect With Trump. He Doesn't Always Listen.

Ms. Haspel, the C.I.A. director, has proved to be an adept tactician in dealing with the president, but there is little evidence he has heeded her work to change policy. | Continue reading


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Children are swallowing foreign objects more frequently, study finds

According to a new study in the journal Pediatrics, the rate of foreign-body ingestions among children under age 6 nearly doubled in the two decades after 1995. | Continue reading


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In African Villages, These Phones Become Ultrasound Scanners

A hand-held device brings medical imaging to remote communities, often for the first time. | Continue reading


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Five Lies Our Culture Tells – The cultural roots of our political problems

The cultural roots of our political problems. | Continue reading


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Natural History Museum Will Not Host Gala for Brazil’s President

The museum said that it was “deeply concerned” about renting the space for an event to honor someone whose environmental policies had been widely criticized. | Continue reading


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LeBron James school that was considered an experiment is showing promise

The inaugural class of third and fourth graders at the school has posted extraordinary results on its first set of test scores. | Continue reading


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Tech Companies Say They Care

Companies have said for decades that we should be in charge of our data. Why now, more than ever, does it seem like we aren’t? | Continue reading


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Everything You Need to Know About the Pinterest IPO

How much will the company be valued at? What can go wrong? Who stands to get rich? What does it mean for other I. P. O.s? Let us answer all those questions and more. | Continue reading


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Citi Bike Pulls New Electric Bikes Off Streets, Citing Safety Concerns

The pedal-assist bikes operated by Lyft-owned companies in New York City, San Francisco and Washington were removed based on concerns over the brakes. | Continue reading


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Venture Capital Is Putting Its Money in Astrology

The investment in Big Zodiac seems … preordained. | Continue reading


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Stop using poison on your lawn

Why poison the earth when you can have wildflowers at your feet and songbirds in your trees without even trying? | Continue reading


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Face It: You (Probably) Got a Tax Cut

Studies consistently find that the 2017 law cut taxes for most Americans. Most of them don’t buy it. | Continue reading


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Tech Makes DIY Key Duplication Easy. Maybe Too Easy

You can now take key duplication into your own hands using kiosks and apps from start-ups. Our columnist explored whether the benefits of this outweigh the security risks. | Continue reading


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What I Learned on My Vacation to Westeros

As a “Game of Thrones” tourist in Northern Ireland, you can see how the magic of a fantasy realm has eclipsed the history of the actual place. | Continue reading


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Big Companies Thought Insurance Covered a Cyberattack. They May Be Wrong

Citing a rarely used ‘war exemption,’ insurers say they aren’t responsible for the 2017 NotPetya attack. | Continue reading


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Create a Crisis, Capture a Unicorn

You, too, can make a fortune by joining in a crisis management I.P.O. that could cost you your soul but finance a monumentally expensive electric car. | Continue reading


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Cursive Seemed to Go the Way of Quills and Parchment. Now It’s Coming Back

Defenders of the writing style have lobbied to revive it in schools, igniting a debate about American values and exposing intergenerational fault lines. | Continue reading


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FBI Bars Some China Scholars from Visiting U.S. over Spying Fears

The Trump administration is revoking the visas of a number of Chinese experts who study the United States, fearful they share information with security agencies. | Continue reading


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The Infinite Scroll: Life under the unbreakable lure of the screen

Life under the unbreakable lure of the screen. | Continue reading


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Gentlemen, Start Your Algorithms

A racetrack veteran compares the Self Racing Cars contest in California to hot-rod modders of old: “This event, with its hackers, tinkerers and engineers, is just like that.” | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 days ago

Paul Greengard, Nobel Prize-Winning Neuroscientist, Dies at 93

His 15-year quest to understand how brain cells communicate provided the underlying science for many antipsychotic drugs. | Continue reading


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Why are there religious exemptions for vaccines?

There is almost no religious basis to resist immunization. There is, however, an important voting bloc that would prefer not to vaccinate. | Continue reading


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Tiger Woods Wins the 2019 Masters in a Triumph for the Ages

After four back surgeries and nearly a decade of struggles on and off the golf course, Woods is back at the pinnacle of his sport. | Continue reading


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If Prisons Don’t Work, What Will?

The Democratic presidential candidates should look at what a growing number of prosecutors are doing to end mass incarceration. | Continue reading


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The Unpatriotic Academy (1994)

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One Month, 500k Face Scans: How China Is Using A.I. To Profile a Minority

In a major ethical leap for the tech world, Chinese start-ups have built algorithms that the government uses to track members of a largely Muslim minority group. | Continue reading


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Your Student Loan Servicer Will Call You Back in a Year. Sorry

Many public servants in the federal loan forgiveness program spot errors in the count of their qualifying payments. Their servicer tells them reviews will take a while. | Continue reading


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