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By locating its second “headquarters” in New York City, Amazon could receive up to three billion dollars in tax breaks—the equivalent of every city resident Venmoing $348 to Jeff Bezos.
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Unexplained brain injuries afflicted dozens of American diplomats and spies who were working in Havana in 2017. What happened?
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A cartoon by Pia Guerra.
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There were several important victories for voting rights this year—but even the good news from the midterms comes with a caveat:
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Why do filmmakers love Vincent van Gogh?
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One of the implicit lessons of “In Search of Greatness,” a new documentary that focusses on Wayne Gretzky, is that you can’t teach athletic excellence. You can only encourage it or stifle it:
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. talks to Karl Ove Knausgaard about his writing process and the meaning of his “My Struggle” series:
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New evidence shows that Steve Bannon and Cambridge Analytica communicated about raising U.S. funds for Brexit in 2015.
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Just posted: New Evidence Emerges of Steve Bannon and Cambridge Analytica’s Role in Brexit
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If no agreement can be reached, Britain could crash out of the E.U. without any exit deal, a prospect that horrifies business leaders and investors but is looked upon with equanimity by some ardent Brexiteers:
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David Hockney became the world’s most expensive living artist on Thursday night, when “Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures)” sold for $90.3 million.
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David Remnick on Donald Trump’s rages and the case for optimism:
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.: Trump Refuses to Pardon White House Turkey After Accusing It of Working for Soros
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By locating its second “headquarters” in New York City, Amazon could receive up to three billion dollars in tax breaks—the equivalent of every city resident Venmoing $348 to Jeff Bezos.
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How voting rights fared in the midterms:
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Win Thanksgiving (and post-Thanksgiving) with double stock:
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From the mean and grasping shenanigans that pass for a plot in Yorgos Lanthimos's new film, "The Favourite," there rises an unmistakable whiff of—believe it or not—fun:
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Advances in digital imagery could deepen the fake-news crisis—or help us get out of it:
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This week's crossword puzzle:
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Digitization promises to make medical care easier and more efficient. But are screens coming between doctors and patients?
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