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Johnson’s Softer Tone on Northern Ireland Trade Rules Belies Hard-Line Plans

LONDON — Prime Minister Boris Johnson called for a return to politics-as-usual in Northern Ireland on Monday, even as his…

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On Switzerland’s Mount Pilatus, a Writer Remembers

“YOU’RE GOING BY yourself?” my mother asks me on the phone from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. “To Pilatus?” I can hear…

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In El Salvador, the President Cracks Down on Civil Liberties, and Is Beloved for It

TONACATEPEQUE, El Salvador — It has been four weeks since the shoemaker vanished from his hometown, hauled away in handcuffs…

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A Pitching Contortionist Bends His Way Into Shape

There was a time when Nestor Cortes was scared to be himself. That reality is a bit hard to believe…

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Why Those Moments of Care for Liza Minnelli and Joni Mitchell Felt Different

The first 53 minutes of music’s biggest night rolled along smoothly. This year’s Grammys had centerpiece performances from Olivia Rodrigo…

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Your Monday Briefing

A barrage of rockets slammed into central Kharkiv, Ukraine, yesterday afternoon, igniting fires.Credit...Tyler Hicks/The New York TimesIn ...

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Trying Everything, Even Lettuce, to Save Florida’s Beloved Manatees

INDIAN RIVER LAGOON, Fla. — At first, the manatees stayed away from the romaine lettuce. It was an extraordinary experiment…

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How to See Faces Everywhere

“Your brain is superattuned to see faces everywhere,” says Susan Wardle, a scientist who studies how and why people see…

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Are You ‘Mask Fishing’?

Tanushri Sundaram, 17, thinks everyone at her school is a bit of a “mask fisher.” “When you have a mask…

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N.C.A.A. Men’s Tournament: What to Watch as the Round of 8 Begins

On Saturday, two teams will book spots in the Final Four of the men’s N.C.A.A. basketball tournament in New Orleans,…

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