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Brood X cicadas are the latest iteration of wedding crashers. nyti.ms/3gRy6DR
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Before we dismiss the pageantry of Victoria’s Secret “Angels” as “an embarrassing blot on the collective culture,” our chief fashion critic @VVFriedman writes, perhaps we should ask ourselves: Why did it work for so long in the first place? nyti.ms/3qfSliG
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Either Eric Adams or Andrew Yang would be disastrous as mayor. Only Kathryn Garcia or Maya Wiley can save this city, writes @michelleinbklynnyti.ms/3wQvpcC
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"There is no modern precedent for such huge swings in sums the government is pumping into the economy," explains @Neil_Irwin. "When it fades away, there's a risk that the affluent will sit on their cash rather than spend it." nyti.ms/3j1bx2m
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With Tokyo Olympic organizers having decided to admit up to 10.000 spectators or half a venue’s capacity of silent fans, here’s a preview of what the Quiet Place Olympics will be like from my trip to a soccer game last year nytimes.com/2020/09/09/wor…
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“The market for American fossils is going through the roof.” And dinosaur skeletons are the hottest commodity. Last year, a complete skeleton of a T-rex, known as Stan, sold at auction at Christie’s for a record-shattering $31.8 million. nyti.ms/3j37r9M
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When the young Oracle heir David Ellison entered the entertainment industry, no one expected much. Instead, he’s built the rarest of businesses — a thriving, all-audiences, independent studio. nyti.ms/2SR7Am4
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What the G rating ultimately came down to is something so small, so tangential, so crazy that "you'll never believe this," one of the directors, Kirk Wise, told me. My @nytimesarts investigation (and possibly the most fun story I've written this year): nytimes.com/2021/06/21/mov…
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As the national economy recovers from the pandemic, New York City is lagging. Scars are everywhere: boarded-up storefronts, empty sidewalks in Midtown Manhattan, fewer subway riders. Changes in work and life patterns will further slow a rebound. nyti.ms/3wO2yWi
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People in many parts of the U.S. needed persuading to get vaccinated. Not in South Texas, where exposure to death and disease is driving rates higher. nyti.ms/3d0JlbZ
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A man was charged with stealing 42,000 pounds of pistachios from a company in California. The authorities said that's equivalent to over $170,000. nyti.ms/3wM0tKx
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Medicaid gained 10 million enrollees during the coronavirus pandemic. It now covers 1 out of every 4 Americans. nytimes.com/2021/06/21/ups…
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The Trump Organization sued New York City on Monday, saying the city had wrongly terminated a lucrative golf course contract for political reasons after the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol in Washington. nyti.ms/3zNvhMy
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How many words can you make with 7 letters? Try today’s Spelling Bee. nyti.ms/3xEhPsD
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Nearly 10 percent of the some 52,000 deaths from the coronavirus in Texas were in the #RGV. That exposure to death motivated residents to vaccination sites in huge numbers. @edjsandoval reports: nytimes.com/2021/06/21/us/…
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Ever since the news broke that Victoria’s Secret was retiring its “Angels” in favor of a diverse posse of women, media has been full of gleeful “it’s about time” responses. @VVFriedman examines how the pomp and pageantry worked for so long. nyti.ms/2Uo0Rk2
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Eric Adams, the presumed front-runner in the NYC mayor’s race, escalated his feud with Andrew Yang, the one-time front-runner, after getting into a lengthy discussion about street violence with voters in Queens. nyti.ms/35H2k7p
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The Republican Party’s growing irrelevance in big cities and dense suburbs has helped turn formerly red states, like Georgia and Arizona, into purple battlegrounds. The party is now all but locked out of all the major elections of 2021. nyti.ms/3gPUs8D
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Andrew Yang doubles down on his debate comments: "We all see these mentally ill people on our streets and subways, and you know who else sees them? Tourists. And then they don’t come back, and they tell their friends, ‘Don’t go to New York City.’” nyti.ms/3qg7Irr
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Here is what is at the root of efforts by conservative U.S. bishops to prohibit Joe Biden, the country’s second Catholic president, from receiving communion. nyti.ms/3zJnkbm
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A new amphitheater opened on Little Island over the weekend, giving culture-starved New Yorkers a new outdoor space to enjoy live performance. nyti.ms/2SfKaq7
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New: Trump Organization sues New York City over golf course contract nytimes.com/2021/06/21/nyr…
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Trae Young, the Atlanta Hawks guard, has relished his role as a villain, smiling as crowds have booed and cursed at him. No one expected Atlanta to qualify for the conference finals. Young’s unflinching confidence may be contagious. nyti.ms/2SKiqKM
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We asked eight leading candidates for New York City mayor what they would do to reform the police. Watch more interviews here: nyti.ms/3wRTnUU
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Breaking News: Carl Nassib, a Raiders defensive lineman, became the first active NFL player to announce he’s gay, writing that he “agonized over this moment” for years. nyti.ms/2SJbVYB
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That was a genuinely brilliant night of tournament football. nytimes.com/2021/06/21/spo…
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The queer Liberian American designer Telfar Clemens, who became fashion’s success story of the pandemic, will be bringing his signature designs to the 2021 Olympics. “They said, ‘Go crazy.’ So I did.” nyti.ms/2UqxFZG
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In Opinion "The billions of daily transactions on advertising exchanges owned by tech companies rival the number of trades happening on Wall Street," yet the space lacks an agency like the SEC, the antitrust scholar Dina Srinivasan writes in a guest essay.nyti.ms/3jc3CPV
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Despite Google’s record profits, a number of executives are worried that the company is showing cracks, in part because of Sundar Pichai’s leadership. nyti.ms/3xHRSs3
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A 4-1 victory over Russia sent Denmark to the Euro knockout stages, a stunning turn in a tournament that began with the collapse of their star, Christian Eriksen. nyti.ms/3gKDDNF
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Eight Democrats are running for Manhattan district attorney, jockeying to lead one of the most influential local prosecutor’s offices in the country. The winner will inherit a potential Trump investigation. Here are the candidates. nyti.ms/3gIWcBO
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Younger Americans are less likely to be vaccinated than their elders, and factors like income and education may affect vaccine hesitancy, according to two new studies by the CDC. nyti.ms/3gV0ox4
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Our critics and reporters weighed in on the colorism and casting of the film, “In the Heights.” nyti.ms/3gSKfIM
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Novak Djokovic now on the precipice of history, writes our sports columnist @kurtstreeter. "Here’s why the haters, and those simply unmoved by his ascent, should give Djokovic reconsideration." nyti.ms/2SkzpTE
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By studying people 100 and older, researchers hope to develop strategies to ward off Alzheimer’s disease and slow brain aging. nyti.ms/35NVj4x
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The White House outlined a plan on Monday to allocate 55 million doses of coronavirus vaccine around the world, the remainder of 80 million doses that President Biden pledged to send by the end of June to countries desperate for the vaccine. nyti.ms/3qmSlh1
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Billionaires have re-emerged as a potent force in the New York City mayoral race. Wealthy donors have given $16 million to super PACs — half of that money went to three moderate candidates: Eric Adams, Andrew Yang and Raymond McGuire. nyti.ms/35LyCxS
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Iran's position on its ballistic missile program is "nonnegotiable," Iran’s ultraconservative president-elect Ebrahim Raisi said on Monday. Raisi also said that he would not meet with President Biden. nyti.ms/3cZclkp
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Nearly 10,000 flights were delayed in the U.S. on Sunday, as travel surged and airlines contended with bad weather and other disruptions. nyti.ms/3j14PJI
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What is the first thing you would do to help New York City recover from the pandemic? Watch leading Democratic candidates for mayor share their plans. nyti.ms/35Gkx4X
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Foo Fighters played Madison Square Garden over the weekend, the first full-capacity concert in a New York arena since March of 2020. In a surprise cameo to celebrate the occasion, the band brought out Dave Chappelle to sing a cover of Radiohead’s “Creep.” nyti.ms/3j1jjJs
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Tomorrow, New Yorkers will be voting in the primary election that will likely determine the next mayor. The city is using ranked-choice voting for the first time. Here’s how it works: nyti.ms/3xE9Uf4
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Maya Wiley criticized remarks from Eric Adams, a fellow candidate for New York City mayor, who baselessly claimed that an alliance between Kathryn Garcia and Andrew Yang amounted to voter suppression. “This partnership is not racist," she said. nyti.ms/3j5b5Ad
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Other big-time retailers are offering discounts to compete with Amazon’s Prime Day that @wirecutter reports can be every bit as valuable. Here’s a guide to some of those offers. nyti.ms/3zGHEds
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Not all of the sales being promoted on Amazon’s Prime Day are worth it, @wirecutter reports. Here’s a guide to some that are, and what you need to know before you click to buy. nyti.ms/3iYTdGZ
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The product experts at @wirecutter are monitoring deals on one of the biggest online shopping days of the year. Here’s what they recommend for keeping your home clean. nyti.ms/3vM3fOn
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The right-wing leaders of Eastern Europe who won elections by railing against widely disliked elites and riding Donald Trump's surprise victory in 2016 are, as it turns out, themselves not much liked. nyti.ms/3xCWrUx
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The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that more than 250 administrative judges who hear patent disputes, some of them over billions of dollars, had been appointed in violation of the Constitution. nyti.ms/3wLfE6D
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"Latinos like myself, where there is no ambiguity about their Blackness, those who wear their Blackness on their face, barely make the cut in any production whether it’s Hollywood or Univision." My thoughts on "In the Heights," with a dream team. nytimes.com/2021/06/21/mov…
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Ultrawealthy donors have given $16 million to super PACs dedicated to the New York mayor’s race. Half of that has gone to three moderate candidates. nyti.ms/3cZ24oc
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