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Leading the Pack in Her First Marathon

MINNEAPOLIS — There’s an adage among running coaches: Run your own race. Don’t focus on things you can’t control, including…

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Magazine

What Will Art Look Like in the Metaverse?

In the opening pages of Ben Lerner’s debut novel, “Leaving the Atocha Station,” his narrator goes to Madrid’s Prado museum…

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World

Deep Underground, a Chinese Miner Discovered Poetry in the Toil

More than three decades after scribbling his first poem as a teenager in the mountains of northern China, Chen Nianxi…

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World

Young Activists Want Action as Protesters Rally at COP26

GLASGOW — Thousands of climate activists from across the world have descended this week on the Scottish city of Glasgow,…

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Magazine

The Strange Effects of Putting an Ordinary Woman Into Glamorous Images

The woman in one video emerges from a Rolls-Royce wearing nothing but underwear and sunglasses, her arm draped across her…

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World

Una boda real en Japón sin fanfarrias

TOKIO — La última vez que la hermana de un futuro emperador de Japón se casó, miles de simpatizantes se…

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World

Mining for Gold in Australia’s Migrant Past

The Australia Letter is a weekly newsletter from our Australia bureau. Sign up to get it by email. On the…

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Business

As Big Tech Grows in the Pandemic, Seattle Grows With It

The pandemic was a disaster for commercial real estate markets. In the Seattle area, it was a boon. In 2020,…

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Business

Two Journalists Started an Argument in Boston in 1979. It’s Not Over Yet.

In 1979, two journalists got into an argument. More than four decades later, they haven’t settled it. The subject of…

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Business

Stock, Bond and Real Estate Prices Are All Uncomfortably High

The prices of stocks, bonds and real estate, the three major asset classes in the United States, are all extremely…

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