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Healthcare workers began vaccinating thousands of people in Moscow against the coronavirus on Saturday, a campaign that will expand nationally next week despite relying on a vaccine that has not been fully proven to be safe and effective.
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A noted prosecutor in the ’70s and later a defense lawyer in prominent cases, William Aronwald was a central figure in a time when organized crime in New York was particularly brazen. He has died at 79.
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Welcome to Earth: A Japanese space capsule containing samples from a distant asteroid has been recovered in Australia's outback
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In Opinion Jonathan C. Lipson and Gerald Posner write that a trapdoor in the Justice Department deal with the Sacklers’ company might enable them to escape a full accounting of their part in the opioid epidemic.
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The Kayan are a small ethnic minority that fled civil war in eastern Myanmar in the 1980s. When they arrived in Thailand, they were put into villages designed for maximum tourist visibility that critics have since called “ethnic theme parks.”
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In Opinion "I chased the diagnosis for five years and had to fight hard for it. It was, at times, dehumanizing and brutal," writes . But "it forced me to realize, finally, that being autistic is completely inseparable to who I am."
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Almost 160 million Americans voted in 2020, as new options made necessary by the pandemic removed many of the traditional barriers to casting ballots. Will it change the way U.S. conducts elections forever?
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It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a police drone — here to aid investigations while presenting new civil rights questions.
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Share your New York City anecdotes, memories, quirky encounters and overheard snippets that surprise, delight and inspire. You may be included in our Metropolitan Diary like this reader who had the illustration from her submission made into a tattoo.
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"Everyone is preparing for the worst and holding their breath." The online shopping industry is girding for an unprecedented holiday season, when an estimated three billion packages will course through the nation’s shipping infrastructure.
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The Premier League reopened its doors to small numbers of fans this weekend, the first to see live games since March. Rory Smith has a nice piece about the return of a familiar (if muted) soundtrack.
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271 days later, you realise just how much you missed the sound that only a crowd can make and literally translated means “what a tackle, hang on, what, there’s no way that was a foul”
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California certified its electors for the 2020 election on Friday, officially giving Joe Biden more than the 270 pledged electors needed to become president.
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Before taking off for a rally in Georgia on Saturday, President Trump called Gov. Brian Kemp to urge him to challenge President-elect Joe Biden's win in the state, which has been confirmed by multiple recounts.
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A microwave attack is the most likely cause of mysterious illnesses that hit U.S. diplomats and spies in Cuba, Russia and China, a report found.
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White House Memo: Moody and sometimes depressed, President Trump barely shows up to work, ignoring the health and economic crises afflicting the nation and, instead, rewarding friends, purging the disloyal and punishing a growing list of perceived enemies.
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With a record number of Covid patients in Tennessee’s hospitals, Gov. Bill Lee has authorized National Guard troops to relieve stress on overwhelmed health facilities by taking on various tasks.
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Did you pay attention to the headlines this week? Our news quiz will be the judge.
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Want to know how to end the pandemic? Look no further than cheese. The multilayered “Swiss cheese” model was originally created to improve industrial safety. Now, Ian Mackay, a virologist, has adapted it for the coronavirus.
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The coronavirus is surging in New Rochelle: a city just north of NYC that made national headlines as one of the first virus hot zones. Officials worry that if the virus can reemerge in a place that knows it with cruel intimacy, it can reemerge anywhere.
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