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Biden’s Student Debt Plan Attracts Lawsuits, Scams and Confusion

WASHINGTON — President Biden’s program to erase large amounts of student loan debt attracted some criticism immediately after it was…

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Sports

‘I’m Going to Play My Game’: The Mets Call Up Francisco Álvarez

ATLANTA — Ahead of their biggest games of the season, the Mets have called in a new reinforcement. When the…

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Health

Star Maestro With Russian Ties to Depart German Orchestra

The conductor Teodor Currentzis, who has been criticized since the start of the war in Ukraine because of his ties…

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Welcome to Peter Strickland’s Worlds

LONDON — “It started off as a joke,” Peter Strickland said. The British filmmaker, 49, thought it would be funny…

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Magazine

Poem: Moon for Aisha

This epistolary poem is directed to a friend of the speaker’s, the poet Kamilah Aisha Moon, who died in 2021.…

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Morris Hirshfield Rises Again

It is a testament to the achievement of the self-taught tailor-turned-shoe-designer-turned artist Morris Hirshfield that — nearly 80 years after…

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Health

Guess Who’s Coming to Mordor

Emilia Clarke does not have purple eyes. Her character in HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” Daenerys Targaryen, is described in the…

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Health

Physician Burnout Has Reached Distressing Levels, New Research Finds

Ten years of data from a nationwide survey of physicians confirm another trend that’s worsened through the pandemic: Burnout rates…

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World

Dating Is Broken. Going Retro Could Fix It.

Among the traditional rites of an All-American high school experience is the taking — and judging — of yearbook photos,…

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Sports

Maris Would Be ‘Tickled to Death’ to Be Matched by Judge

Roger Maris was 19 days old when Babe Ruth hit his final home run for the Yankees in 1934. Maris’s…

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