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In Canada, the Premier of Quebec Worries About the State of Hockey

MONTREAL — Of all the shortages that have emerged across the globe this year and attracted high-level political attention, the…

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World

New Zealand plans to reopen to international visitors by the end of April.

New Zealand plans to allow most fully vaccinated travelers into the country by the end of April without a mandatory…

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Business

Family Unvisited, Travel a No-Go: The Hard Costs of High Gas Prices

A driver in Belleville, N.J., cut his cable and downsized his apartment to save money for gas. A retiree in…

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The Nets Are Winning, but They Still Have a Lot to Figure Out

The Nets are in the middle of an identity crisis. Their Big Three, already down one star in Kyrie Irving,…

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Health

A C.D.C. study finds stillbirths are higher in pregnant women with Covid.

Pregnant women who had Covid-19 when they delivered their babies were almost twice as likely to have a stillbirth as…

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Sports

M.L.B. Finalizes Plan to Provide Housing for Minor Leaguers

For many years, one of the biggest concerns of minor league baseball players was where they would live. Often paid…

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Sports

Curry’s 3-Point Bonanza Has Golden State Bouncing Back

Stephen Curry going for 40, the Golden State Warriors at the top of the league: We’re talking 2016 or so,…

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World

Japan approves a $490 billion economic stimulus package.

Japan’s government agreed on Friday to spend $490 billion on stimulus measures, a move by its newish prime minister to…

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Business

6 takeaways from the U.N. climate conference

Before it started, the United Nations global climate summit in Glasgow known as COP26 was billed by its chief organizer…

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Business

What Bosses Really Think About the Future of the Office

People think about the office differently now — including the C.E.O.s who for so long kept a watchful eye on…

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