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Rutgers Men’s Basketball Turns the Garden Red for One Day

Rutgers beat Michigan State at Madison Square Garden, which had the feel of a home game for the improving Scarlet…

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World

Jackie Rogers, Jet-Setting Fashion Designer, Dies at 90

An outspoken American who became a model for Coco Chanel, she partied with Europe’s elite before starting her own clothing…

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Look! Up in the Sky! It’s a … Chinese Spy Balloon?

How the balloon — you know the one — went from a local sky oddity to an international diplomatic disrupter.

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Magazine

Harry Styles Ate Here. His Fans Will Now Eat Here Forever.

At 9:30 a.m. on a Thursday, the Harrys began to arrive at Beachwood Cafe. Young women with neon hair extensions,…

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Magazine

Bringing a Little Queerness to Acting Roles

Poppy Liu plays a blackjack dealer in “Hacks.” And has been working nonstop ever since.

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World

Hopes for Peace in South Sudan Are Pinned on a Papal Visit

Pope Francis ended his trip to Africa on Saturday by meeting with displaced people and urging his clergy not to…

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Some Homeless Encampments Can Stay, but the Underlying Issues Remain

Three court decisions have now ruled that the shelter system does not meet the needs of homeless people.

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Two Men Arrested in Execution-Style Killings of a Family in California

The brutal nature of the mass shooting, which included the murder of an innocent young mother and her infant, shocked…

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Kari Lake, Still Refusing to Accept Defeat in One Race, Teases Arizona Senate Run

Ms. Lake, a Republican who lost to Katie Hobbs in the state’s governor’s race, previewed opening salvos against Senator Kyrsten…

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Carol Sloane, Jazz Singer Who Found Success Early and Late, Dies at 85

After seemingly being on the verge of stardom, she languished for decades, battered by changing tastes and bad luck, before…

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