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Sports

The Scramble at Southern Hills

When players tee off at this week’s P.G.A. Championship at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Okla., they will be…

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Business

Japan’s Economy Shrank 1 Percent as Consumers Fled Covid

TOKYO — Last December, after two years of stop-and-go growth, Japan’s economic engine seemed like it might finally be revving…

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Business

Europe Rethinks Its Reliance on Burning Wood for Electricity

In recent years, Europe’s power plants have slashed their use of coal by burning something else instead: Millions of tons…

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Magazine

Hottest Ticket in Town? Taylor Swift, Class of ’22.

Both Jenny Dhoumo and Lauren Kirshenbaum found out on Instagram. Ms. Dhoumo, a 24-year-old New York University senior was in…

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Health

How Often Can You Be Infected With the Coronavirus?

A virus that shows no signs of disappearing, variants that are adept at dodging the body’s defenses, and waves of…

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Business

Bernanke’s Economic Warning

What, me worry?Credit...Christopher Aluka Berry/ReutersBernanke is worried Ben Bernanke says the U.S. economy, for the first time since the ...

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Sports

Dallas Mavericks Stun the Phoenix Suns in Game 7 Upset

The Phoenix Suns dominated the N.B.A. regular season and set a franchise record for wins with one goal in mind:…

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World

Beyond the Châteaux: New Escapes in France’s Loire Valley

On my last prepandemic trip to the Loire Valley, in 2018, I found myself in a familiar place. Ten years…

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Business

Business Travel Resumes, Though Not at Its Former Pace

Business travel appears to be returning, albeit unevenly, after all but disappearing for most of the pandemic. Despite early predictions…

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Sports

The Loneliest Team in Baseball

OAKLAND — One quiet night earlier this month, fewer than 3,000 fans went to an Oakland Athletics game. It was…

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