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New Yorkers Vote for Mayor in Race Tinged With Acrimony and Uncertainty
NYREGION

June 22, 2021

New Yorkers Vote for Mayor in Race Tinged With Acrimony and Uncertainty

Voters on Tuesday will participate in the city’s first mayoral election using ranked-choice voting, a system that may delay the declaration of a winner until mid-July.

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New Yorkers Vote for Mayor in Race Tinged With Acrimony and Uncertainty
NYREGION

June 22, 2021

New Yorkers Vote for Mayor in Race Tinged With Acrimony and Uncertainty

Voters on Tuesday will participate in the city’s first mayoral election using ranked-choice voting, a system that may delay the declaration of a winner until mid-July.

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Britney Spears Quietly Pushed for Years to End Her Conservatorship
ARTS

June 22, 2021

Britney Spears Quietly Pushed for Years to End Her Conservatorship

Confidential court records obtained by The Times reveal that the singer has urged changes to the arrangement that controls her life, and her father’s role in leading it.

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Covid Surge in Africa Raises Fears of a Calamity Like India’s
WORLD

June 22, 2021

Covid Surge in Africa Raises Fears of a Calamity Like India’s

The pandemic is worsening in Africa as more contagious variants spread, vaccinations lag and hospitals in some places are pushed beyond their limits.

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The Delta Variant: What Scientists Know
HEALTH

June 22, 2021

The Delta Variant: What Scientists Know

The variant is gaining traction worldwide. But vaccines are driving down coronavirus case numbers in the U.S., and it’s unclear whether Delta will reverse that trend.

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Tech Giants, Fearful of Proposals to Curb Them, Blitz Washington With Lobbying
TECHNOLOGY

June 22, 2021

Tech Giants, Fearful of Proposals to Curb Them, Blitz Washington With Lobbying

Executives, lobbyists, and more than a dozen groups paid by Big Tech have tried to head off bipartisan support for six bills meant to undo the dominance of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google.

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Protester Who Crashed Into Police Faces Hong Kong’s First Security Law Trial
WORLD

June 23, 2021

Protester Who Crashed Into Police Faces Hong Kong’s First Security Law Trial

Tong Ying-kit, who hit officers while riding a motorcycle with a protest flag, is accused of terrorism and inciting secession. He could be sentenced to life in prison.

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Bragg Holds Lead in Manhattan District Attorney Primary
NYREGION

June 23, 2021

Bragg Holds Lead in Manhattan District Attorney Primary

Alvin Bragg, a federal prosecutor, maintained a four-point lead over Tali Farhadian Weinstein. If elected, he would the first Black person to hold the office.

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N.Y. City Council Is Set for a Complete Overhaul in Primary Election
NYREGION

June 23, 2021

N.Y. City Council Is Set for a Complete Overhaul in Primary Election

As progressive groups hoped to push the Council to the left, early results showed two of their favored candidates had won and others appeared likely to be elected.

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India Walton, a socialist candidate, stuns longtime incumbent in Buffalo mayor’s race.
NYREGION

June 23, 2021

India Walton, a socialist candidate, stuns longtime incumbent in Buffalo mayor’s race.

Ms. Walton, a progressive challenger running her first campaign, is on track to become the first socialist mayor of a big city in 60 years.

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Apple Daily, Pro-Democracy Newspaper in Hong Kong, Says It Will Close
WORLD

June 23, 2021

Apple Daily, Pro-Democracy Newspaper in Hong Kong, Says It Will Close

The police also arrested an editorial writer as part of an expanding national security investigation into the newspaper that has triggered concerns about free speech.

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A Bill Destined to Fail May Now Spawn More Plausible Options
US

June 23, 2021

A Bill Destined to Fail May Now Spawn More Plausible Options

The For the People Act had little chance of testing the limits of what if anything is still possible in Washington. Oddly, it was so far from passage that it may provide some hope, because so many avenues remain to be pursued.

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China’s Crackdown on Hong Kong
BRIEFING

June 23, 2021

China’s Crackdown on Hong Kong

Vivian Wang, who covers Hong Kong for The Times, updates us on the situation.

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