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The burial ceremony for a Ukrainian solider killed in the Donetsk region.Credit...Ivor Prickett for The New York Times‘They’re going to…

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Politics

A Striking Contrast: Trump Officials Then and Now

The letter was lavish. When William P. Barr stepped down as attorney general in December 2020, he showered President Donald…

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Politics

The Fractious Night That Began Trump’s Bid to Overturn the Election

WASHINGTON — Rudolph W. Giuliani seemed drunk, and he was making a beeline for the president. It was election night…

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World

In Britain, a New Test of an Old Dream: The 4-Day Workweek

LONDON — Thousands of employees across 70 companies in Britain started the first day of a four-day workweek on Monday,…

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World

When Freedom Is Only the Beginning

The Australia Letter is a weekly newsletter from our Australia bureau. Sign up to get it by email. During the…

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World

Midtown Manhattan Has a Pulse Again

A familiar lunchtime sport has returned to Bryant Park: chair stalking. Once again, afternoon crowds are swarming the six-acre Midtown…

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World

Circling Sicily on Its Regional Trains

I was pacing impatiently in my hotel room on the Via Etnea, one of the main boulevards in the center…

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World

Want a Nutcracker or a ‘Craft Cocktail?’ He’s Your Guy.

This story is part of an occasional series exploring nightlife (and daylife) in New York. If you’ve ever spent a…

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Magazine

In Paris, a Dim Sum Restaurant Finds Bold Ways to Invoke Tradition

Welcome to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. Each week, we share things we’re eating,…

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World

Looking to Help Ukrainian Refugees? A ‘Voluntourism’ Guide

You could say my path to spending two weeks volunteering to help Ukrainian refugees in Krakow, Poland, began almost three…

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