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South Korean Workers Turn the Tables on Their Bad Bosses

SEOUL — A boss orders a worker to feed and clean up after his dog. An airline heiress makes a…

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Will Colombia Elect Its First Leftist Leader?

A large and loud youth electorate hungry to transform one of Latin America’s most unequal societies could propel Gustavo Petro,…

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¿Colombia elegirá a su primer presidente de izquierda?

Un electorado joven, numeroso y expresivo que anhela transformar una de las sociedades más desiguales de América Latina podría impulsar…

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College Enrollment Drops, Even as the Pandemic’s Effects Ebb

The ongoing enrollment crisis at U.S. colleges and universities deepened in spring 2022, raising concerns that a fundamental shift is…

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Your Thursday Briefing

Mourners at Robb Elementary School on Wednesday.Credit...Ivan Pierre Aguirre for The New York TimesDetails of Texas school shooting emerge The…

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11 Newborns Killed in Hospital Fire, Senegal’s Leader Says

At least 11 newborns were killed after a fire tore through a neonatal unit of a regional hospital in the…

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Oklahoma Governor Signs Bill That Bans Most Abortions

Gov. Kevin Stitt of Oklahoma signed a bill into law on Wednesday that bans nearly all abortions starting at fertilization.…

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Subway Killing Suspect Told Riders to Put Phones Away, Prosecutor Says

A Brooklyn man charged in the unprovoked killing of a Q train rider last weekend instructed other passengers to “put…

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Parents Face a Haunting Question: Is Any Schoolchild Safe?

Late Tuesday night, Luz Belliard sat on the edge of her bed in Upper Manhattan in the room she shares…

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Q Train Killing Threatens Subway’s Fragile Recovery From Pandemic

Transit officials in New York City celebrated a major milestone last week: The subway system logged 3.6 million trips in…

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