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Racist and Violent Ideas Jump From Web’s Fringes to Mainstream Sites

On March 30, the young man accused of the mass shooting at a Tops grocery store in Buffalo surfed through…

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World

Partisan Fight Breaks Out Over New Disinformation Board

Nina Jankowicz’s new book, “How to Be a Woman Online,” chronicles the vitriol she and other women have faced from…

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World

We Can’t Predict the Grocery Future

The conventional wisdom has been that the pandemic will spark a widespread and permanent shift in American habits from analog…

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World

How to Outlast 5-Minute Internet Fads

We live in an online world made by Tasty. Beginning in 2015, Tasty’s close-up videos featuring hands speeding through recipes…

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Magazine

How to Buy a Masterpiece on a Budget

You can blameGeorgeand Martha Washington for my love affair with online art auctions — or actually, two bedraggled dolls made…

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World

‘I’ll Stand on the Side of Russia’: Pro-Putin Sentiment Spreads Online

The day before Russia invaded Ukraine, former President Donald J. Trump called the wartime strategy of President Vladimir V. Putin…

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Business

Cremation Borrows a Page From the Direct-to-Consumer Playbook

Less than two hours after you book a cremation with Eirene, a start-up in Ontario, the company dispatches a mortuary…

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World

Online ‘Auction’ Is Latest Attack on Muslim Women in India

Hiba Bég, a graduate student in the United States, was visiting the grave of her grandmother in New Delhi over…

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Business

Pandemic Changes the World of Horse Auctions

Thoroughbred horses are always a bet on the future, whether you’re at the track and wagering on which one will…

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Business

A Push for Social Security to Resume Mailing Annual Updates

With so much financial information available online, who needs paperwork cluttering your desk? But some members of Congress want Americans…

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