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Massacres Test Whether Washington Can Move Beyond Paralysis

WASHINGTON — Days after 19 children and two teachers were gunned down in Texas, politicians in Washington are tinkering around…

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Business

For New York to Get Better, Times Square Has to Get Worse

The sensory-overloaded tower will offer visitors the chance to do quite a lot, all in one place: They will be…

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Business

How a 7,000-Ton Broadway Theater Was Hoisted 30 Feet

If you’ve ever lost at Jenga by toppling a tower after removing a block, you might appreciate what developers have…

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World

Internet Drama in Canada. (Really.)

Let’s talk about internet policy! In Canada! Wheee! I’m serious that there are useful lessons from a saga over home…

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World

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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World

Your Thursday Briefing: A Texas School Shooting

Good morning. We’re covering a school shooting in Texas, Russia’s narrowed focus in Ukraine’s east and diplomacy in Africa. A…

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World

North Korea Launches Three Ballistic Missiles

SEOUL — North Korea launched three ballistic missiles toward the waters off its east coast on Wednesday, South Korea’s military…

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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

New Yorkers’ Confidence in Subway Safety Is Shaken Again

Good morning. It’s Tuesday. We’ll follow up on Sunday’s subway shooting. We’ll also look at why your favorite movie or…

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World

Your Tuesday Briefing

President Biden in Tokyo yesterday.Credit...Doug Mills/The New York TimesBiden pledges to defend Taiwan against China President Biden indicated ...

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