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U.S. to Announce New Tariffs on Chinese Electric Vehicles

The administration could raise tariffs on electric vehicles from China to 100 percent in an attempt to protect American auto…

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In Ecuador, Homes That Are Part of the Mountains

BEFORE THEY STARTED building Casa Pitaya, a country house on the rainy western slopes of the Ecuadorean Andes, the architects…

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How a Novelist Became a Pop Star

“I hope you fall in love, I hope it breaks your heart” is the refrain (in English translation) of “Pasoori,”…

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Health

The Most Surprising Thing About Deep Dish Pizza? It’s Not That Deep.

Different styles of Chicago’s storied pie abound, but the original is a revelation — and one worth making at home.

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World

No Encampment, No Tents: Where Princeton’s Protest Found Its Gravity

After a sit-in and the occupation of a campus building, about a dozen demonstrators have turned to a hunger strike.

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Former White House Aide Returns to Stand in Trump’s Criminal Trial

The aide, Madeleine Westerhout, testified about a key Oval Office meeting between Donald J. Trump and Michael D. Cohen, his…

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$800,000 Homes in Glasgow, Scotland

A Victorian rowhouse in the Kelvinbridge district and two four-bedroom houses in the leafy suburb of Bearsden.

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World

Inside Biden’s Broken Relationship With Muslim and Arab American Leaders

Even as the president piles new pressure on Israel to end the war in Gaza, those who have called most…

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World

In ‘Power,’ Policing and Politics Are Inextricable

Though Yance Ford’s new Netflix documentary takes on a much-explored topic, its mix of personal and polemic makes for a…

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Japanese American Civil Rights Group Pushes for Gaza Cease-Fire

The Japanese American Citizens League, one of the oldest and largest Asian American civil rights organizations, called on Thursday for…

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