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Brazilians Are Holding Our Breath

SÃO PAULO, Brazil — “If it’s God’s will, I will continue,” Jair Bolsonaro said in mid-September. “If it’s not, I’ll…

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Poem: Moon for Aisha

This epistolary poem is directed to a friend of the speaker’s, the poet Kamilah Aisha Moon, who died in 2021.…

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Health

On ‘Fossora,’ Björk Is a Daughter, a Mother and a Universe

No way around it: “Fossora,” Björk’s 10th studio album, can be heavy going, thorny and intense. But it’s well worth…

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Do Not Bring Your ‘Whole Self’ to Work

For those lucky enough to have worked from home over the past two-and-a-half years or seven years or whatever it…

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Giorgia Meloni Could Be the First Woman to Lead Italy. Not All Women Are Happy.

ROME — Being a woman, and mother, has been central to the political pitch of Giorgia Meloni, the hard-right politician…

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Sports

It’s Never Too Late to ‘Fly’ on a Trapeze

It’s Never Too Late is a series about people who decide to pursue their dreams on their own terms. There…

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Health

Restaurant Review: Nabila’s Takes a Homemade Approach to Lebanese Food

When I found out that some of the dishes I’ve been enjoying recently at Nabila’s, an impressive new Lebanese restaurant…

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Ice, Ice Baby

“I just want to go back to the ’90s,” said Vanilla Ice, the rapper. It was a Thursday morning, two…

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Sports

With the Yankees on His Shoulders, Aaron Judge Stays Ahead of Maris

Sixty-one years ago, in the 135th game on the Yankees’ schedule, Roger Maris blasted his 52nd and 53rd home runs…

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Business

Climate Change Is Ravaging the Colorado River. There’s a Model to Avert the Worst.

YAKIMA, Wash. — The water managers of the Yakima River basin in arid Central Washington know what it’s like to…

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