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Missoula’s Most In-Demand Kitchen Is Run by Refugees

MISSOULA, Mont. — Wearing a crisp gray chef’s coat over a pink sweater, Ghalia Ahmad Fayez AlMasri doled out instructions…

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Politics

‘Spend This Money’: Biden Calls on States to Devote Stimulus Funds to Police

WASHINGTON — Flanked by police chiefs from across the United States, President Biden on Friday praised state and local governments…

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Business

Dean Baquet Will Lead Local Investigative Fellowship Program for The Times

Dean Baquet, who got his start in journalism at local newspapers and made his name as an investigative reporter, will…

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Politics

Supreme Court Allows Elite High School’s New Admissions Rules

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday temporarily approved new admissions criteria at an elite public high school in Virginia…

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Business

Millions move closer to student loan forgiveness with one-time government waivers.

In its latest attempt to fix widespread breakdowns in the federal student loan payment system, the Education Department said on…

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World

New York City to Expand Gifted and Talented Program but Scrap Test

Mayor Eric Adams on Thursday unveiled a plan to expand the city’s gifted and talented classes for elementary students and…

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Business

A 4-Year Degree Isn’t Quite the Job Requirement It Used to Be

As a middle school student in New York, Shekinah Griffith saw a television news report of President Barack Obama visiting…

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World

Will Ending a Lucrative Tax Break Ease or Fuel the N.Y.C. Housing Crisis?

Jackson Park in Queens is a city unto itself: 1,871 luxury apartments in glittering glass towers with a heated rooftop…

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Health

A Fast, Frugal Track to a Cook’s Career? Community College.

HAVERHILL, Mass. — The students all wore white chef coats, houndstooth pants and short toques as they tasted their lamb…

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Politics

Justice Dept. to Expand Training Offered to Local Law Enforcement

BATON ROUGE, La. — Attorney General Merrick B. Garland said on Friday that the Justice Department would increase the training…

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