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Wall Street Grudgingly Allows Remote Work as Bankers Dig In

In her two decades on Wall Street, Nadia Batchelor never once thought she could do her job from home. Face-to-face…

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World

How a Dispute Over Groceries Led to Artillery Strikes in Ukraine

HRANITNE, Ukraine — Artillery shells fired by Russian-backed separatists shrieked into this small town deep in the flatlands of eastern…

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Sports

Emotion and Grit Power Kenyans in New York City Marathon

Viola Cheptoo was deep into the New York City Marathon on Sunday when she peered over her shoulder and made…

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Sports

New York City Marathon Returns With Fanfare and Optimism

The runners gathered in early morning darkness on Staten Island. They ran past confetti cannons in Brooklyn and a heavy…

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World

On Spain’s Camino de Santiago, Even Óscar the Donkey Is a Pilgrim

SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, Spain — Of all those journeying along the Camino de Santiago, a fabled route that attracts thousands…

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Sports

How the New York City Marathon Grew Up

Back in 1970, when the first New York City Marathon was run, it was something very different than we know…

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Sports

The Marathon Returns to a City Eager to Celebrate It

The first time that Kailyn Castro was supposed to run the New York City Marathon, in 2019, she broke her…

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Sports

Making His Marathon Debut, With a Lot of Help From New Friends

HANOVER, N.H. — Ben True spent years training alone. A solitary figure on the roads and trails near his home…

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Politics

Prominent Conservatives Back Letting States Limit Guns in Public

WASHINGTON — When the Supreme Court hears a major Second Amendment case on Wednesday, many expect that the court’s recently…

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Sports

When a Cyclist Led the New York City Marathon

As a sporting enterprise, there is nothing quite like the spectacle of a big-city marathon — pioneered by New York…

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