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The New York Times

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When Pope Francis asked “Who am I to judge?” in 2013, he tempted the closet door to swing open. A cautious few priests stepped through. nyti.ms/2DOwK9k
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Fewer than about 10 priests in the U.S. have come out publicly. But gay men likely comprise at least 30-40% of the American Catholic clergy, according to dozens of estimates from gay priests themselves and researchers. Some say the number is closer to 75%. nyti.ms/2DOwK9k
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In parts of the Alps, the warming climate is making glaciers disappear. Now the Swiss have a plan to make use of the valleys left behind. nyti.ms/2DFZJw4
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1965: The Supremes are entertaining hundreds of well-heeled guests at a debutante ball in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. It is 6 days since "Back in My Arms Again" topped the charts, and a year before the first black family will move to Grosse Pointe. nyti.ms/2SCFYQm
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Tahini and halvah are the 2 key players in making this rich brownie nyti.ms/2DHlECX
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How the Donut Became Auto Racing’s Favorite Celebration nyti.ms/2DViZpF
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Lovelorn and have a half-hour this weekend? Then "Bob's Burgers" is for you. Check out our other suggestions on what to watch. nyti.ms/2DNX7ML
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1965: The Supremes are entertaining hundreds of well-heeled guests at a debutante ball in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. It is 6 days since "Back in My Arms Again" topped the charts, and a year before the first black family will move to Grosse Pointe. nyti.ms/2DKRnU4
So begins “Ballad of Birmingham,” a poem by Dudley Randall inspired by the 1963 church bombing that killed 4 black girls. In 1965, he started a publishing house with his librarian’s paycheck, amplifying the voices of prominent black poets. nyti.ms/2DGcxCw
52 Places Traveler @sebmodak is on the road. First stop: Puerto Rico for bomba, plena, lechón and yes, Hamilton. nyti.ms/2DMDOmL
New today in Upshot land: a dialect quiz for Ireland and the UK! Answer 25 questions about the way you talk and see where our quiz thinks you're from. nytimes.com/interactive/20…
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Introducing our new interviewer, @david_marchese. His first guest: Meg Ryan. nyti.ms/2DKeH4l
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Switzerland gets much of its electricity from melting glaciers. Climate change is melting the ice faster, which means more power now, but problems later. See how Switzerland is adapting. nyti.ms/2EcLuAk
Valentine's day just got a lot more romantic for the couples who said "I do" and "Yes!" to surprise a proposal in Times Square today. nyti.ms/2EaydIE
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Parkland concludes with a prayer that the service “made a difference for you, and for all of our community.” And with clergy offering hugs.
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Switzerland gets much of its electricity from melting glaciers. Climate change is melting the ice faster, which means more power now, but problems later. We went there to show you how Switzerland is adapting. nyti.ms/2DIyy3T
Switzerland gets gets much of its electricity from melting glaciers. Climate change is melting the ice faster, which means more power now, but problems later. @nytclimate went there to show you how Switzerland is adapting. nyti.ms/2E9eDw8
We mapped where Brazilians who live downhill from mining dams built like the one that collapsed in Brumadinho may be at risk. nytimes.com/interactive/20…
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BREAKING: the FBI is looking into whether Ryan Adams committed a crime by sexting with an underage fan nytimes.com/2019/02/14/art… here’s the original story by @melenar and I nytimes.com/2019/02/13/art… and Adams’s original denial:
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A memorial garden outside of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High school has become a place of solace where members of the community have been paying their respects today
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Two decades ago, this bridge in the Swiss Alps did not exist. Instead, a glacier allowed hikers to cross the valley. Then the glacier retreated and left a lake in its place. nyti.ms/2DDFS0n
Last year, Ryan McGinley photographed real couples over a 24-hour period for the covers of our special New York issue. Their instructions? Kiss each other, on top of a moving vehicle, for as long as you can. Revisit Love City: nyti.ms/2EaJtVd
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Legendary chef Julia Child and her husband Paul sent Valentine's Day cards to their friends each year. And now you can see a couple of them. nyti.ms/2E9f9Kx
 
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