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Magazine

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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World

Barron Trump Is Picked to Be Delegate at the Republican Convention

After years in which his privacy has been fiercely guarded and he has been kept out of the political arena,…

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Business

Uber Slips on Rising Legal Costs and Weaker Ride Demand

The company has racked up bills after long-running legal fights with regulators and cabdrivers.

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Magazine

How Much Money Did This Year’s Met Gala Raise?

Ticket prices to the event have sharply risen, making it a fund-raising bonanza for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume…

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Business

New York Times Adds 210,000 Digital Subscribers in Quarter

Adjusted operating profit was $76.1 million, an increase of about 41 percent from a year earlier.

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World

At the Met Gala, Celebrities Are Nearly Nude. Are We Not Aroused?

Watching the red carpet at Monday night’s Met Gala, I couldn’t help but recall a prediction I’d heard from Emily…

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World

The Cicadas Are Here, Singing a Song for the Future

For more than a week, I’ve been walking around my yard at night with a UV flashlight, looking for the…

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Magazine

TikTok’s Boss Goes From Reserved Tech Exec to Met Gala Chair

With the company facing a ban in the U.S., Shou Chew is expected to join Zendaya, Bad Bunny and Anna…

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World

Eurovision Fans Are Hungry for News. These Superfans Are Here to Help.

A cottage industry of blogs and social media accounts, run by Eurovision obsessives in their spare time, satisfies a seemingly…

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World

How a ‘Hidden’ $1.4 Billion Tax Will Make N.Y.C. Water Bills Rise

Mayor Eric Adams is resurrecting a budget gimmick and charging rent to the city’s Water Board, which will pass on…

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