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Modern Love Podcast: ‘Why Do People Get Married?’
STYLE

May 12, 2021

Modern Love Podcast: ‘Why Do People Get Married?’

Watching his grandmother enter her third marriage, Jake Maynard wondered if marriage was about care, convention — or something else entirely.

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‘I Feel Like I’m Just Drowning’: Surviving Sophomore Year 2020
MAGAZINE

May 13, 2021

‘I Feel Like I’m Just Drowning’: Surviving Sophomore Year 2020

A group of high school students try desperately to make it through an isolated and dire year.

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The People in the Neighborhood
PODCASTS

May 13, 2021

The People in the Neighborhood

A powerful — and revealing — aspect of the Derek Chauvin trial was the community it created out of strangers.

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The G.O.P.’s Big Cancellation
US

May 15, 2021

The G.O.P.’s Big Cancellation

The party’s cancel mob runs wild on Capitol Hill.

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This Is How Wokeness Ends
OPINION

May 13, 2021

This Is How Wokeness Ends

The meritocracy beats the radicals.

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The Hoover Dam Made Life in the West Possible. Or So We Thought.
OPINION

May 14, 2021

The Hoover Dam Made Life in the West Possible. Or So We Thought.

Climate change threatens Las Vegas and every other desert oasis town.

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On Parole, Staying Free Means Staying Clean and Sober
OPINION

May 14, 2021

On Parole, Staying Free Means Staying Clean and Sober

A program called Swift, Certain and Fair — a set of principles for both supporting parolees and holding them accountable — can help reduce recidivism.

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Elise Stefanik, Moderate? No, She’s Always Been a Shape-Shifter.
OPINION

May 14, 2021

Elise Stefanik, Moderate? No, She’s Always Been a Shape-Shifter.

For those who have followed her career, her embrace of Trumpism doesn’t come as a big surprise.

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America’s Next Move? Vaccinate the World.
OPINION

May 14, 2021

America’s Next Move? Vaccinate the World.

Vaccinating the world is possible. The United States should lead the way. 

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Bernie Sanders: The U.S. Must Support an Evenhanded Approach in the Middle East
OPINION

May 14, 2021

Bernie Sanders: The U.S. Must Support an Evenhanded Approach in the Middle East

America has a role to play in bringing peace to both Israelis and Palestinians.

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Why Charles Koch Wins When Our Energy System Breaks Down
OPINION

May 14, 2021

Why Charles Koch Wins When Our Energy System Breaks Down

When the next crisis hits the Colonial Pipeline, it will once again shut down. Panic buying will resume. And people will ask, yet again: How did this happen?

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Maybe We Need Masks Indoors Just a Bit Longer
OPINION

May 14, 2021

Maybe We Need Masks Indoors Just a Bit Longer

The C.D.C. could have waited until we had managed to further reduce the spread of Covid-19.

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Bias Is a Big Problem. But So Is ‘Noise.’
OPINION

May 15, 2021

Bias Is a Big Problem. But So Is ‘Noise.’

When it comes to mistaken judgments, there is more than one kind of error.

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What We Can Learn From Fearless Girls
OPINION

May 15, 2021

What We Can Learn From Fearless Girls

Afghanistan shows that change comes through teachers as well as troops.

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Young Americans, How Has George Floyd’s Death Influenced Your Life?
OPINION

May 15, 2021

Young Americans, How Has George Floyd’s Death Influenced Your Life?

We want to hear from readers under 30 about their changing views of race and racism.

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A Late-Pandemic Commute, Feeding Hate on YouTube and the Mariachis Unsilenced by Covid: The Week in Narrated Articles
PODCASTS

May 14, 2021

A Late-Pandemic Commute, Feeding Hate on YouTube and the Mariachis Unsilenced by Covid: The Week in Narrated Articles

Five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you.

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Rombauer Wins the Preakness, Surging as Medina Spirit Fades to Third
SPORTS

May 15, 2021

Rombauer Wins the Preakness, Surging as Medina Spirit Fades to Third

The long-shot win assured that Bob Baffert’s colt could not claim a Triple Crown under the cloud of a positive drug test.

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Tensions Among Democrats Grow Over Israel as the Left Defends Palestinians
US

May 15, 2021

Tensions Among Democrats Grow Over Israel as the Left Defends Palestinians

Divisions within the party have burst into public view, with the party’s ascendant left viewing the Mideast conflict as a searing racial justice issue that carries echoes of U.S. politics.

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723 Epidemiologists on When and How the U.S. Can Fully Return to Normal
UPSHOT

May 15, 2021

723 Epidemiologists on When and How the U.S. Can Fully Return to Normal

Government mandates are lifting, but these experts say the pandemic won’t really end nationally until more people, including children, are vaccinated.

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How a Genetic Trait in Black People Can Give the Police Cover
US

May 15, 2021

How a Genetic Trait in Black People Can Give the Police Cover

Sickle cell trait has been cited in dozens of police custody deaths ruled accidental or natural, even though the condition is benign on its own, a Times investigation found.

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Violence Shakes Trump’s Boast of ‘New Middle East’
US

May 15, 2021

Violence Shakes Trump’s Boast of ‘New Middle East’

Trump officials said the Abraham Accords between Israel and four Arab states would transform the region, but new Israeli-Palestinian clashes lay bare the limits of that change.

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After Years of Quiet, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Exploded. Why Now?
WORLD

May 15, 2021

After Years of Quiet, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Exploded. Why Now?

A little-noticed police action in Jerusalem last month was one of several incidents that led to the current crisis.

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What Would It Take to Vaccinate the World Against Covid?
WORLD

May 15, 2021

What Would It Take to Vaccinate the World Against Covid?

When President Biden joined a push to set aside patents for Covid shots, he entered a roiling debate over how to ensure poor countries get enough vaccine.

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G.O.P. Pursues Harsher Penalties for Poll Workers in Voting Crackdown
US

May 15, 2021

G.O.P. Pursues Harsher Penalties for Poll Workers in Voting Crackdown

Heavy fines, felony charges and jail sentences: Republicans seeking to restrict voting are proposing strict punishments for election officials and workers who make errors or violate the rules.

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Mask? No Mask? New Rules Leave Americans Recalibrating, Hour by Hour
US

May 15, 2021

Mask? No Mask? New Rules Leave Americans Recalibrating, Hour by Hour

The C.D.C. said fully vaccinated people could safely go most places without a mask. Not everyone was sure, or ready.

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