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Breaking News: The Trump campaign knew days after the 2020 election that wild claims of voting machine tampering — pushed by Sidney Powell and others allied with Donald Trump — were not true, court filings show. Still, they promoted the false theories.
An association representing California's solar power sector has sued the state over a new requirement that installers be "certified electricians."
“I am here to sound the alarm: The world must wake up,” the UN secretary general, António Guterres, said as he opened the General Assembly meeting on Tuesday. He cited war, climate change and the global pandemic as threats that expose glaring inequalities.
To step foot on Montserrat, 21 travelers (so far) who make at least $70,000 have agreed to stay a minimum of two months. In exchange, they get almost exclusive access not only to beaches, but also an alternate reality where Covid doesn't seem to exist.
Come for @bxchen's iPhone 13 review. Stay for his dog photos (that helped test its new camera).
Wall Street began to recover on Tuesday from its worst decline in months, posting a small gain in a day of turbulent trading. The S&P 500 rose about half a percent by lunchtime in New York, after swinging between gains and losses earlier.
The English men’s and women’s cricket teams have abruptly canceled plans to play in Pakistan next month, days after New Zealand's team withdrew just minutes before a game. Many see the pullouts as punishment for Pakistan's support of the Afghan Taliban.
The case of Gabrielle Petito has captured national interest, in large part because of the awareness generated on TikTok, Instagram and Twitter.
iPhone 13 review: the most incremental upgrade ever, as shown in dog photos…
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Evergrande, the troubled Chinese property developer, is buckling under the weight of more than $300 billion in debt. A disorderly collapse of a company of its size could have far-reaching consequences that go beyond China's economy.
“You don’t want us talking about politics or elections anymore,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada acknowledged after voters returned him to office, but denied his Liberal Party an expanded block in Parliament.
The U.S. would "compete vigorously" on the global stage and would stand up for friends and allies against authoritarian threats to democratic values, President Biden said Tuesday at the UN General Assembly. But he said he was not looking for new conflicts.
Isaabdul Karim, 42, was being held at the Rikers Island jail complex on a parole violation when he died on Sunday, becoming the 11th person incarcerated at the notorious New York City jail to die this year and underscoring the crises at the facility.
Despite evidence of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine’s safety, some parents are hesitant about getting their children the shot, even if they don't consider themselves "anti-vax."
Anthony Gose is trying to pull off an unlikely major league comeback and extend his baseball career. The former outfielder made his pitching debut for Cleveland on Monday. “I love the game. I love to play. I guess I’m too stupid to quit," he said.
Do you make $70,000 a year and have two months to spare? So far, only 21 visitors have taken advantage of Montserrat's strict remote worker program, designed to keep cash coming in, while keeping Covid away.
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President Biden on Tuesday called for global unity against the coronavirus, emerging technological threats and the expanding influence of autocratic nations such as China and Russia in his speech to the UN General Assembly.
The lifting of the U.S. ban on travelers from more than 30 countries was met with relief by those who have been separated from loved ones. “It’s just been mentally and emotionally the most challenging year, when you really want your family around.”
The iPhone 13 is 10% faster than last year’s models, and the camera is slightly better. But the changes “may be the most incremental update ever to the iPhone,” our tech columnist @bxchen writes. Read his full review.
Google said it would buy a sprawling office building on Manhattan’s West Side for $2.1 billion, cementing its growing presence in New York.
spent the month of august immersed in dominican sound system & car culture. today, the story is finally up at the @nytimes. tried to capture what i love about it, and us, so much – our refusal to be silent, or to make ourselves small. �…b
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How many words can you make with 7 letters? Try today’s Spelling Bee. Don’t forget, your words must include the center letter.
President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil, who has repeatedly downplayed the pandemic and who himself is unvaccinated, defended the use of unproven Covid drugs in a speech on Tuesday to the UN General Assembly.
I had the good fortune of profiling Betty Reid Soskin, aka America's oldest park ranger, who turns 100 on Sept 22. She became famous in her 90s for her work at Rosie the Riveter Historical Park, but that's just one chapter in her long, fascinating life.…
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Some Asian nations fear Australia’s submarine deal with the U.S. and Britain will accelerate an arms buildup. Larger countries in the region have already ramped up their defense spending, as the military contest with China enters a tense new phase.
President Biden is delivering his first speech to the UN as president, a major test of his bid to reposition the U.S. as a global leader. Watch live here.
In Opinion "It’s no accident that Trump’s favorite outlet was Twitter," Bret Stephens tells Gail Collins in their latest conversation. "The medium is perfect for people who think in spasms, speak in grunts, emote with insults and salute with hashtags."
A Texas doctor appears to be the first to be sued under the state's strict new abortion law. The suits, filed on Monday by a man in Arkansas and another in Illinois, came after the doctor had publicly written about performing an abortion.
Private child care providers across the U.S. are struggling to find people to hire, forcing many to reduce the number of kids they can look after. “I can’t compete with sign-on bonuses and paying $20 an hour,” one operator said.
Ruthie Rogers of the River Cafe has a new podcast in which she talks to her famous guests about food & memory. Michael Caine’s comfort food? Caviar. Paul McCartney’s? A quesadilla. Me, in the Food section (!)…
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Harbin, a city of 10 million people in China, closed gyms, cinemas, mahjong parlors and other leisure venues after a single resident tested positive for Covid. The closures are part of the government’s “zero tolerance” approach to virus outbreaks.
Images and video of U.S. Border Patrol agents on horseback grabbing and chasing down Haitian migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border have prompted the Department of Homeland Security to launch an investigation into the matter, the agency said on Twitter.
An extra Johnson & Johnson shot boosts protection against Covid, the company announced. In a trial, it raised efficacy to 94% among U.S. volunteers.
In Opinion “Unless the Biden administration quickly issues guidelines on creating an accurate, secure and universal Covid-19 vaccination verification system, these mandates will become muddled,” writes Tom Frieden, a former CDC director, in a guest essay.
The New York City Board of Elections inadvertently revealed the mayoral primary votes of 378 people, including Mayor Bill de Blasio's son, Dante, a report has found.
Rapid Covid tests are widely available in Britain, France and Germany. But in the U.S., they’re not — and the shortage may be contributing to the virus’s spread, @DLeonhardt writes. Read more in The Morning newsletter.
Shares of Evergrande, China’s troubled real estate giant, fell again on Tuesday amid new fears that it would soon default.
The diplomatic dispute between France and the U.S. and Britain over a nuclear submarine deal looms in the background at the UN General Assembly. Europe has been split over how much support to show to France as the rift becomes a European issue.
The shortage of rapid testing in the U.S. may be contributing to the virus’s spread. Recent outbreaks have been worse here than in Europe, even though Europe’s vaccination rate is only modestly higher.…
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A second dose of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine substantially increased its protection against the coronavirus, the company said. In a clinical trial, two shots delivered 94% efficacy against mild to severe Covid-19, up from 74% for a single dose.
A New York couple had good health insurance. But after their premature baby died in the hospital, a $257,000 bill showed up. “For them, it’s just business, but for us it means constantly going through the trauma of reliving our daughter’s death.”
Good morning from Camp Justice at Guantanamo Bay, shown here in this photo taken and cleared yesterday. We expect the USS Cole case hearings to resume around 10 a.m. I'm going over to the no-tweet court. Will catch you up later. Background, news here.…
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A 20-year-old gas station worker in Germany was shot and killed after he refused to sell beer to an unmasked customer, the authorities said. Masks have been mandatory in shops in the country since shortly after the pandemic started.
This was such a devastating story to report as a journalist, a parent, a human. It's a stark reminder that, even with a "ban" on surprise bills coming next year, patients will continue to routinely receive absolutely shocking and surprising bills.…
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House Democrats are planning to introduce proposed new limits on executive power on Tuesday, beginning a post-Trump push to strengthen checks on the U.S. presidency.
Today’s episode of The Daily looks at The New York Times’s investigation into a U.S. drone strike in Afghanistan, and how it forced the military to acknowledge that it had made a deadly error.
The attacks began early Friday, the police said. They happened on a part of Long Island where violence against immigrants has erupted sporadically over the past two decades. w @anniecorreal…
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More than 1 million people were transfixed by the UN on Monday. They were watching BTS. The group promoted the Covid vaccine and lauded young people for their resiliency during a nearly seven-minute speech.
President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil will be the first world leader to give an in-person speech at this year’s UN General Assembly meeting, despite vowing to defy the gathering’s vaccination requirement. Here’s who will address the meeting and who will not.
I’m back in #Haiti reporting with ⁦@federicorios⁩ on the deportation of many Haitians who have lived abroad for many years and took the unfortunate risk of trying to get into the US. Here is the story:…
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