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The New York Times
Their father-son relationship was one of the most intriguing in American sports nyti.ms/1AxdpA9 pic.twitter.com/qq9YsZZY6o
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After 20 years @nytimesphoto, Ozier Muhammad retires, & remembers covering Hurricane Katrina nyti.ms/1w3ykXe pic.twitter.com/xLIaVSyXCk
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How did a country this poor get so healthy? Researchers call it the "Cuban Paradox." nyti.ms/1w2DPWb pic.twitter.com/QDnjeQIsRS
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How a trio of Egyptian immigrants turned a nameless NYC halal food cart into a franchise nyti.ms/1zBumdo pic.twitter.com/AVNtTctO9F
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Giants' Chris Snee received retirement advice from coach Coughlin, his father-in-law. nyti.ms/1zBJZma pic.twitter.com/8THLEtEqhV
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How improved relations between the U.S. and Cuba could change Major League Baseball nyti.ms/13DRey2 pic.twitter.com/uP0d98dkji
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Flowers adorn a tribute for two victims of the Sydney hostage siege nyti.ms/1AvlVjo pic.twitter.com/22ruIQec67
$40K for stitches? Americans wish that their doctors would discuss medical costs: nyti.ms/1Ai6kFB pic.twitter.com/hrQ3WYHSpR
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What you need to know to start your day. Get the Morning Briefing to your inbox. nyti.ms/1zzlOUf pic.twitter.com/PVVQEGcnuQ
Busy morning? Here's what you need to know to start your day. nyti.ms/1AtId51 via @NYTNow pic.twitter.com/jTH2aTcOfU
Who is Alan Gross and how will Cuban-American relations change now? nyti.ms/1wGx6Gk pic.twitter.com/ykV5S8YKDE
An improved relationship with Cuba is absolutely huge for Major League Baseball. nyti.ms/1GtPVj3 pic.twitter.com/yDEpGev5dw
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What happens after surviving rape in the military? Moving photos of women sharing their story. nyti.ms/16tJz6O pic.twitter.com/6tvnJKUEWK
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In the birthplace of professional hockey, a college team returns to power nyti.ms/1w0j7WR pic.twitter.com/5qJwYxheiZ