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Tim Arango
New York Times national correspondent, based in Los Angeles. previous: bureau chief in Baghdad and Istanbul, media reporter in New York. tarango@nytimes.com
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Benjamin Oreskes🦅 15h
Sometimes you just gotta hear a reporter talking in his own words.
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Marc Lacey 19h
Iraqi art from the archives:
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The Onion 23h
Colin Kaepernick’s Agents Assure Teams His CTE Has Progressed Just As Much As Other Players Over 3-Year Hiatus
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Alex Ross Nov 15
Tim Arango (), formerly the NYT's Baghdad bureau chief, visits the PS1 show Theater of Operations with Times art critic Jason Farago.
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Nuha Ansari Nov 15
Jason Farago and Tim Arango discuss Theater of Operations at
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Jason Farago Nov 15
The most challenging show of the season, and maybe the most important, is “Theater of Operations: The Gulf Wars 1991–2011”—with more than 80 artists from Iraq, Kuwait, and the US. I invited , who lived in Baghdad for 7 years, to see it with me.
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Julie Bloom Nov 15
Really lovely piece by ⁦⁩ and ⁦ via
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Tim Arango Nov 14
Loved doing this with
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Ady Barkan🔥🌹 Nov 14
Our daughter, Willow Simone. Thank you for this joy, .
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The Onion Nov 11
Generous Military Sends $800 In Disability To Man Who Wakes Up Screaming Every Night
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Julie Bloom Nov 4
5 Lessons We Learned From the California Wildfires, smart look from , and ...
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Brian Ferguson Nov 3
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Brett McGurk Nov 3
I spent a lot of time with US Special Forces on the ground in Syria where they had a clear mission over two administrations to defeat ISIS. These images of US forces now in Syria with an ill-defined mission to guard small oil fields make me cringe.
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The Onion Nov 2
Adam Eaton Spends Nationals Parade In Secure Bunker As Team’s Designated Survivor
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Julie Bloom Oct 31
Incredible work by NYT photographers over the past few days in California ...
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Mayor Eric Garcetti Oct 29
Thank you, , for generously sending a taco truck to support our firefighters, first responders, and partner agencies working to fight the .
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Rex Chapman🏇🏼 Oct 30
From the in Simi Valley - this thoroughbred goes back into the blaze to get his family. Not all heroes wear capes...💪🐎😍
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Ashley Parker Oct 30
Feels like a good time to re-up this reminder the Astro’s utterly abysmal and unacceptable handling of domestic violence and its long aftermath:
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The Onion Oct 30
"We’ve seen the moves you’re making and would like to offer a cash infusion of $1 billion to get you to the next level."
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David Gura Oct 30
💨🔥 Article of the day, by : .
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