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As 3 books on contemporary Russia reveal, if you cross President Vladimir Putin, there is no safe place for you, either inside or outside of Russia nyti.ms/3alEeQQ
Housing projects and ball fields in Red Hook, Brooklyn were built on top of a lead smelting site dating back to the 1920s. Now the city has to figure out how to safely remove thousands of tons of toxic topsoil — and where it should go. nyti.ms/30DgkvI
“If you ask anyone who’s played Hamlet, it’s completely destroying,” the actress Ruth Negga said. “It cracks you open, and you feel like you’re this mass of nerves and open skin.” nyti.ms/2uczhZK
A sprawling winter storm that has already dumped snow and ice across the Midwest is headed for the Northeast this weekend, the National Weather Service said nyti.ms/2v58fnT
This chicken noodle soup is easy to make, but doesn’t skimp on filling flavors nyti.ms/3amEazZ
Breaking: President Trump’s team rejected the case against him as Democrats called it “the framers’ worst nightmare” nyti.ms/2R7uWQB
In Opinion Yuval Levin writes, "If we are too often failing to foster belonging, legitimacy and trust, what we are confronting is a failure of institutions." nyti.ms/368gXOW
The U.S. Navy plans to name an aircraft carrier after Doris Miller, the first black sailor to receive a Navy Cross for his bravery during Pearl Harbor nyti.ms/2uhscHl
Before self-driving cars make multitasking on the road commonplace, we need to overcome an age-old problem: motion sickness. nyti.ms/3aqQK1d
Foie gras was a domino in a fragile local economy in upstate New York. Now that the city has banned it, hundreds of low-wage immigrant workers are bracing for impact: "They didn't think that a lot of families depend on this job. What are we going to do?" nyti.ms/2u8Mt23
See how much warmer your city was in 2019, the second hottest year on record nyti.ms/2Gf0WfH
The U.S. has been inconsistent at best when it comes to deciding what 18- to 21-year-olds are too young, or just old enough, to do. nyti.ms/36c3wh3
Iranian media reported on Saturday that the country will send the black boxes from the passenger plane it shot down to Ukraine. A spokesperson for Ukraine's president said she could not confirm they were, in fact, receiving them. nyti.ms/369In6W
The National Archives, which calls itself the country's record keeper, has apologized for blurring out signs that were critical of President Trump from photos of the 2017 Women's March: "We made a mistake." nyti.ms/2u8ObAu
President Trump scolded his health and human services secretary about his administration's ban on most flavored e-cigarettes during a meeting with campaign advisers on Thursday, people familiar said nyti.ms/377bZDl
The federal trial of a former commander of the Guantánamo Bay Naval Base is putting a spotlight on life at the isolated and secretive outpost best known for its terrorist court and prison nyti.ms/2tvx7Vg
Would a female version of Pete Buttigieg make it this far in the presidential race? For Buttigieg's 38th birthday, I searched for 37-year-old women in politics around the country and asked them questions he has answered on ambition, identity and experience nyti.ms/362klL3
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Officials are trying to avoid a repeat of Charlottesville ahead of Monday's pro-gun rally in Richmond, Virginia. The governor has banned weapons, police are creating a secure perimeter, and state and local law enforcement have created a unified command. nyti.ms/3appLDe
Susan Collins, the four-term Maine senator who crossed party lines to vote against President Clinton's impeachment, must now decide whether to break with President Trump nyti.ms/3agBKmy
Breaking News: Prince Harry and Meghan have a deal. They'll give up their titles, forgo public funding for royal duties, and repay the cost of refurbishing their official residence, a royal statement said. nyti.ms/38jrhVB
Days before the pro-gun rally that has set Virginia's capital on edge, President Trump tweeted that the Second Amendment was "under very serious attack" in the state nyti.ms/2R5O29J
Various extremist groups have vowed to attend a pro-gun rally in Richmond, Virginia on Monday, and discussion about it has lit up online platforms frequented by anti-government militia groups and white supremacists for weeks. Here's what you need to know. nyti.ms/2FZYSYE
The Astros were once considered baseball's "model organization." Now a scathing MLB report has exposed them as cheaters, trashed their reputation, ousted their leaders and ignited the sport's biggest scandal since the steroid revelations of the 2000s. nyti.ms/2NDGFEx
Jane Raskin, a constant but little-known presence in President Trump's orbit since the Mueller inquiry, is now part of the legal team that will defend Trump in his Senate impeachment trial nyti.ms/2RxDpM7
"It was important to create a space not just for myself but for other artists like me, coming together to reinvent, as Africans, a notion of what dance is in Africa," Gregory Maqoma said. nyti.ms/361jNFi
Brexit is predicated to have all sorts of economic, political and social consequences for the country but some experts think it may hit women harder. Here’s why: nytimes.com/2020/01/17/wor… @Mij_Europe @RGuerrina @WomensBudgetGrp
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The conflict in oil-rich Libya has become one of the Middle East's most intractable proxy wars. Now most of the international powers there are gathering in Berlin in the latest effort to find a way out. nyti.ms/2sBMcEd
House Democrats released more information from the devices of Lev Parnas that raises questions about allegations of surveillance on Marie Yovanovitch and efforts by an aide to Rep. Devin Nunes to pursue investigations sought by President Trump nyti.ms/2TztEzC
SpaceX has delayed a test of the abort system on the company's Crew Dragon capsule to Sunday because of rough seas in the Atlantic nyti.ms/368id4m
.@kashhill got to see first hand how it works. When police officers ran a photo of her through the app, they soon received calls from Clearview asking if they were talking to the media. Read her investigation: nyti.ms/36bAfTH
The company is shrouded in secrecy. The app is currently available only to law enforcement and corporate investigators, but if it — or something like it — became public, searching someone by face could become as easy as Googling a name.
Clearview was founded by Hoan Ton-That, an Australian techie and onetime model, and Richard Schwartz, a former aide to Rudy Giuliani when Giuliani was mayor of New York. It is backed by Peter Thiel, an early investor in Facebook and Palantir.
It’s because of an app called Clearview. With a database of more than 3 billion images scraped from Facebook, YouTube, Venmo and other sources, it goes far beyond anything built by the U.S. government or Silicon Valley’s giants. nyti.ms/36bAfTH
EXCLUSIVE: With a single photo, hundreds of law enforcement agencies in the U.S. can learn your name, where you live, and who you know. It will end your ability to walk down the street anonymously. nyti.ms/36bAfTH
We asked nine 37-year-old women in politics some of the same questions that Pete Buttigieg has faced as he runs for president. Their answers offer insights into the career paths and outlooks of women in office. nyti.ms/2RwbpZ8
It was a busy week in the 2020 presidential race. Here's what you may have missed. nyti.ms/2R4ytiA
More than 250 demonstrations are planned across the U.S. for the fourth Women's March on Saturday nyti.ms/2sBaY7s
A new Film Forum series spanning 81 years explores the history of how black actresses told their stories, both overtly and subversively nyti.ms/2R5pNc3
The privacy paranoid among us have long worried that all of our online photos would be scraped to create a universal face recognition app. My friends, it happened and it’s here: nytimes.com/2020/01/18/tec…
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“Allow me to take this one for the team,” our book critic @parul_sehgal writes about “American Dirt,” a new novel by Jeanine Cummins. “This peculiar book flounders and fails.” nyti.ms/37bHeNK
New York Public Library system, the largest of its kind in the United States, has crunched the numbers to come up with the 10 most checked-out books in its history nyti.ms/36MNL0W
From the beginning, T Kira Madden and Hannah Beresford found an easy cadence, first through horses, then writing nyti.ms/30xRywE
A community of artists is offering a new way for pet owners to grieve the death of their pets: by spinning yarn and woven keepsakes from dog and cat hair. “If I’m able to help someone’s heart to heal, that’s the goal,” said one artist. nyti.ms/2FM2b5F
The Summer Olympics are just the beginning. With an unmatched food scene, cutting-edge architecture and rich cultural heritage, Tokyo is No. 9 on our 52 Places to Go list for 2020. nyti.ms/30tXcQG
Among 20 of the most powerful people in government environment jobs, most have ties to the fossil fuel industry or have fought against the regulations they now are supposed to enforce nyti.ms/372amGY
The Democrats running for president have spent millions on Facebook ads. Our analysis of where they're spending most — Iowa, New Hampshire or elsewhere — offers a window into each candidates’ strategy. nyti.ms/2RrubRB
Smoky chipotle takes these muffins into savory territory, but this recipe can be used purely as a blueprint. nyti.ms/37fNHa4
A Maine mill, cast aside by short-term investors, needed a savior. A Chinese paper tycoon stepped in, promising to operate it for 100 years. nyti.ms/2FS9BUZ
News Analysis: "The Russian president may be leaving the presidency in 2024, but he is not about to retire," writes @AndrewKramerNYT. "That could be dangerous for Russian stability — and himself." nyti.ms/30vOwsU
In this week’s @NYTParenting newsletter, @JessGrose asks: Why is getting children dressed such a nightmare, and when will the nightmare end? nyti.ms/30BduHl
 
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