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“The sin of slavery continues to haunt. Its repercussions infect politics, art, education, every community, every last corner of American life. The NBA — indeed, all of sports — is not immune," writes Kurt Streeter for the #1619Project nyti.ms/31GenxM
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Our latest episode tells the story of a confidential government memo with evidence on the origins of the opioid epidemic. Here are @BarryMeier’s top 3 takeaways from last night’s episode of #TheWeeklyNYT. nyti.ms/31H2vLW
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2 white police officers who led a black man by a rope down a street in Galveston, Texas, this month will not face criminal charges, the authorities said on Sunday nyti.ms/31PWPPA
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George Orwell’s reputation may be secure, but his sentences are not. In fake and illegitimate copies of his books on Amazon, the texts are changing. nyti.ms/2z9yEPU
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A San Antonio retraining program offers a rare American success story in helping workers attain better lives. Its guiding principle: “We will not let them fail.” nyti.ms/2z6QAuL
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This summer, New York is on pace for its highest annual tally of tourists — nearly 67 million nyti.ms/31Hq8Uy
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A confidential government memo contained evidence that might have slowed the course of the opioid epidemic. In this week's episode of #TheWeeklyNYT, @BarryMeier investigates why it was buried for years as thousands died from overdoses and abuse. nyti.ms/2z4QaoF
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Much of the money behind the anti-immigration movement can be traced to one heiress who made it her life’s work to keep immigrants out of America. Listen to today's episode of "The Daily." nyti.ms/2z6Sqf9
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Julián Castro was given a star-making speaking slot at the 2012 Democratic National Convention. He’s still trying to make it pay dividends. nyti.ms/31MWTzF
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Morning briefing: Here's what you need to know to start your day nyti.ms/2z6keQv
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In many areas of health policy, the best of intentions can lead to more harm than good. Such is the case with America’s approach to alcohol and pregnancy. nyti.ms/31KHPTl
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In Opinion Christy Harrison writes, "If we truly want to help children be the healthiest and happiest people they can be, we need to stop putting them on diets of any kind, which are likely to worsen their overall well-being." nyti.ms/2z9wn7k
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To much of the world, the cartoon Pepe the Frog is a hate symbol. To Hong Kong protesters, he’s something entirely different: one of them. nyti.ms/2z9spLY
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As the economy shows ominous signs, the president has started to blame outside forces conspiring against him nyti.ms/31Ne2Jw
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President Trump has insisted that his own handpicked Federal Reserve chair is intentionally acting against him. He has said U.S. allies are working to hurt American economic interests. And he has accused the news media of trying to create a recession. nyti.ms/31Fzv7k
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Sexually abused as children, 4 New York lawmakers told their stories to raise awareness about the Child Victims Act. “I was 13 years old, and it was a teacher, and I can still smell him,” one said, trembling. nyti.ms/2z6cs9h
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Hailie Deegan, who turned 18 in July, is the highest-profile woman driving in NASCAR since Danica Patrick nyti.ms/2z6Pijf
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Officials of the Indian government and the Metropolitan Museum of Art are discussing whether a number of prized antiquities that the museum began acquiring 3 decades ago were the product of looting nyti.ms/2z4ZngJ
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The inclusion of unconventional sports in future Olympics is creating a new breed of aspiring medalist. Sergey Chernyshev, a Russian break dancer known as Bumblebee, is one of them. nyti.ms/31OOlsi
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Germany ranks in international studies as one of the safest, most peaceful countries in the world. But since June, a series of crimes have fueled public anxiety. nyti.ms/31NoBfG
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By massing the troops within view of Hong Kong, China’s Communist Party is delivering a strong warning that the use of force remains an option for Beijing nyti.ms/31LpIfT
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French police are hunting for a customer accused of fatally shooting a waiter at a restaurant near Paris because, witnesses said, he was upset over the wait for his sandwich nyti.ms/2z4YO6B
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As Hong Kong seethes with protests against China’s rule, Beijing is increasingly pressuring the business world to take its side. Their employees are caught in the crossfire. nyti.ms/2z6E5iF
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A sea of Hong Kong protesters marched in the pouring rain on Sunday, defying a police ban, in a vivid display of the movement’s continuing strength after more than 2 months of demonstrations nyti.ms/2z9shwc
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Beating highly-regarded Spain in an exhibition game helped diminish pessimism over a lack of all-stars on the USA basketball team nyti.ms/2z94Kva
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A migrant rescue ship stranded off the coast of Italy for weeks is in a “full humanitarian crisis,” an aid group said nyti.ms/2z91j80
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More than 4 million people in India, mostly Muslims, are at risk of being declared foreign migrants as the government pushes a hard-line Hindu nationalist agenda that aims to redefine what it means to be Indian nyti.ms/2z9fXfc
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An activist who drew attention to the plight of Muslims held in Chinese indoctrination camps has been freed after months of detention in Kazakhstan, but his lawyer refused to sign his plea deal, saying she believed he had been threatened into accepting it nyti.ms/31JfH2I
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Gina Lopez’s swift assault on the mining industry faced stiff opposition from influential mining groups, and she was forced from her job by the Philippine Congress. She died at age 65. nyti.ms/2z6AbGH
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Jack Whitaker was an Emmy-winning sports broadcaster for more than 3 decades whose specialty was elegant, graceful commentaries. He died at 95. nyti.ms/31XgvS3
Europe morning briefing: Here's what you need to know to start your day nyti.ms/31JdiFe
For half a century Placido Domingo has been one of opera’s most beloved figures. Now multiple reports of sexual harassment against him have divided the classical music world. nyti.ms/2zj5pdP
One minute, it was a wedding — nearly a thousand guests packed under one roof. The next minute, a suicide bomber walked into the Kabul hall and turned it into carnage. Dozens were dead, on the dance floor and around their tables. nyti.ms/2z4VTuF
The FBI wants to talk to an Egyptian living in Brazil, alleging that he is an operative of Al Qaeda. He says he has nothing to hide: “I don’t know what they want from me. I didn’t do anything wrong.” nyti.ms/31SzOMd
Tens of thousands of Bosnians fled brutal violence and concentration camps in their homeland and created a new home in St. Louis. But they are now fleeing once again, in search of safer neighborhoods. nyti.ms/2z5WiN9
An Iranian oil tanker that was held for 6 weeks left Gibraltar, days after the authorities there rejected a request from American officials to turn the vessel over to them nyti.ms/2z80PyJ
In Opinion David M. Primo writes, "At a time when Americans increasingly view members of the opposing political party as enemies, we should rethink campaign finance disclosure laws — especially for small donations." nyti.ms/31OchvS
President Trump, facing ominous economic signs, has unleashed what is by now a familiar response: lashing out at what he believes is a conspiracy of forces arrayed against him nyti.ms/2z6uaK7
Officer Daniel Pantaleo was "untruthful" when he gave NYPD investigators his account of his fatal encounter with Eric Garner, a police administrative judge said. She said his explanation was “implausible and self-serving,” and recommended he be fired. nyti.ms/2z9pL9e
It has a pool, a sauna and a movie theater. And it could survive the apocalypse. Step into the world of bunker builders and doomsday capitalists. nyti.ms/2yZS0Hg
The NYPD has 82,473 people in a DNA database. Many of them have no idea the city has their genetic information. nyti.ms/2z9bwRy
A confidential government memo contained evidence that might have slowed the course of the opioid epidemic. In this week's episode of #TheWeeklyNYT, @BarryMeier investigates why it was buried for years as thousands died from overdoses and abuse. nyti.ms/2z4QaoF
Years before there was an opioid epidemic in America, Sister Beth Davies knew it was coming nyti.ms/31OBdDw
Many of the people who testified at the 2007 OxyContin plea hearing tell #TheWeeklyNYT that they’re angry the government didn’t pursue felony charges against Purdue Pharma executives. nyti.ms/31Gz6S3
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Libraries are having a moment. In the past few years dozens have opened across the world, resembling nothing like the book-depot versions from the past. nyti.ms/31BD3aB
We’re live! Watch #TheWeeklyNYT along with our reporter @BarryMeier right now on @FXNetworks. Send us your questions about the show, the opioid crisis and the investigation into the drugmakers accused of fueling an epidemic of addiction. nyti.ms/31G4kbP
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Amanda Seales's success – she's a regular on "Insecure," has an HBO special, and now is on the road with her own traveling comedy show – has changed the way she travels. Now she does it in style. nyti.ms/2z4b7jn
Nearly twenty years ago, I went to a tiny town in western Virginia to investigate the havoc caused by a drug called OxyContin. Along the way, I would discover the Sacklers. Coming up at 10 PM on FX “The Memo” @TheWeekly twitter.com/theweekly/stat…
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"'Jeff Bezos is a visionary,' I said on our first date in Washington, D.C. 'My family owns an independent bookstore,' she replied." nyti.ms/2z06xCS
We can’t yet dig to the center of the Earth. But diamonds from far below ground offer tantalizing hints of what's down there. nyti.ms/31Oex6m
 
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