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The Most Dominant Toxic Election Narratives Online

Ballot mules. Poll watch parties. Groomers. These topics are now among the most dominant divisive and misleading narratives online about…

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World

Allan M. Siegal, Influential Watchdog Inside The Times, Dies at 82

Allan M. Siegal, a former assistant managing editor of The New York Times who left a deep imprint on the…

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World

Allan M. Siegal, Influential Watchdog Inside The Times, Dies at 82

Allan M. Siegal, a former assistant managing editor of The New York Times who left a deep imprint on the…

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Sports

It’s Never Too Late to ‘Fly’ on a Trapeze

It’s Never Too Late is a series about people who decide to pursue their dreams on their own terms. There…

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Politics

Biden Administration Has Admitted One Million Migrants to Await Hearings

SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine — At a modest hotel a few miles from the ocean here, most of the rooms have…

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World

The Spanish Beach Town That Keeps Calling You Back

Coming out of the pretty little train station in Sitges on a sunny Sunday morning, I took a deep breath…

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Sports

Picture(s) of Excellence at the Open

It was hard not to watch Serena Williams. And who would want to look away? Since she played her first…

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World

Your Monday Briefing: Europe’s Energy Protections

In Europe, natural gas costs about 10 times as much as it did a year ago.Credit...Hannibal Hanschke/ReutersEurope tries to protect…

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World

Wait … Is This Times Square?

Adam Alkindi was behind a deli counter near the intersection of 48th Street and Ninth Avenue on Tuesday when he…

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World

Berlin, Back in Full Swing

No city was fun in the darkest days of the pandemic, but there may be nowhere that could compete with…

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