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Coronavirus live updates: India trials of Russian vaccine may end by March 2021

India's Covid-19 caseload mounted to 79,90,322 with 43,893 fresh cases being reported in a day, while the death toll climbed to 1,20,010 with 508 new

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Border situation stable, no role for US: China

India News: NEW DELHI: A day after the third Indo-US 2+2 ministerial dialogue, China described the LAC situation Wednesday as "generally stable" at the moment whi.

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ET exclusive: Labour, agri reforms are far-reaching, PM Modi says

India News: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that reforms in agriculture and labour are far-reaching and send a big signal to investors.

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Despite Covid, Bihar phase-1 turnout matches 2015 polling

Assembly Elections News: Chief election commissioner Sunil Arora broke with tradition to address the post-poll briefing, which is usually done at the level of deputy election

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CIC pulls up government for ‘evasive’ RTI reply on who created Aarogya Setu

India News: The CIC slammed MEITY and NIC for “prima facie obstruction of information and providing an evasive reply”. Noting that none of the CPIOs was able to a

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Winter’s bringing LAC ‘new normal’

India News: The next round of military talks are on the anvil, but are yet to be scheduled and it is significant that the Indian side does not seem in a hurry to

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Covid tally crosses 8 million, signs of infection slowing down

India News: NEW DELHI: India crossed the eight million-mark in Covid cases on Wednesday even as the spread of the virus showed distinct signs of slowing down with.

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After 50 Years, a Suspect Emerges in a Cold Murder Case

With the help of DNA technology, John Jeffrey Sipos, 75, was arrested in Pennsylvania last weekend in the 1969 murder of Mary Scott, a 23-year-old California woman.

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UnitedHealth Ships Flu Kits to Medicare Recipients

Under MedAdvantage plans, the major insurer is sending packages including Tamiflu and coronavirus tests to those considered especially vulnerable to Covid and the flu.

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Nurses Are at High Risk for Covid Among Health Workers, C.D.C. Says

A new study looked at the high numbers of health care workers hospitalized during the early months of the pandemic.

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Sharks Wash Up on Beaches, Stabbed by Swordfish

The discovery of impaled sharks on Mediterranean shores backs up old fishermen’s tales of the marine predators dueling with swordfish.

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Some Covid Survivors Have Antibodies That Attack the Body, not Virus

New research found ‘autoantibodies’ similar to those in lupus and rheumatoid arthritis patients. But patients may also benefit from treatments for those autoimmune diseases.

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Guess What? More Time Makes a Fashion Show Much Better

Or so it seems judging by Celine, Comme des Garçons, Michael Kors and other renegades that escaped the fashion system, at least this once.

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Bile and the Beat Fight Heartbreak on Sam Smith’s ‘Love Goes’

The sound of the singer and songwriter’s third album is sweeping and luxurious: intimacy blown up to cinematic scale.

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East Germany’s Love Affair With Angela Davis

An exhibition looks back at a point in the 1970s when the philosopher and activist was a state-promoted hero behind the Iron Curtain.

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Welcome Home! Now Go Straight to Quarantine (or Not)

Some cities put international travelers under strict observation for signs of coronavirus infection. Others barely notice when they land. Dispatches from seven arrival halls.

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After a Dampened Celebration, Enduring Glory Still Awaits the Dodgers

For years, Los Angeles’s players have borne the burden of a title drought. The unusual circumstances of their World Series win won’t dim the joy and relief that come with the long-awaited championship.

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How to Prepare Babies and Kids for the End of Daylight Saving Time

For parents of small children, ‘falling back’ doesn’t mean an extra hour in bed. But the right plan can help ease the change.

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Protecting Your Birth: A Guide For Black Mothers

How racism can impact your pre- and postnatal care — and advice for speaking to your Ob-Gyn about it.

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Why 2020 Is Different for Student Loan Payments

Recent graduates usually have to start repaying in November. But because of the pandemic, payments on most federal loans have been suspended until January.

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How to Travel Abroad to Work From Home

My partner and I both felt we could get away, safely. So we packed the large bottles of sanitizer, double-checked the Wi-Fi and off we went.

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In Georgia, Democrats Target the True Silent Majority: People Who Don’t Vote

As Democrats eye the Southern battleground, high turnout will be crucial for them, and that means persuading nonvoters to participate. But experts warn that changing electorates is hard and complicated.

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After 12 Years, Arrest Made in Abduction of Former Times Journalist David Rohde

A former Taliban commander was arrested in the November 2008 kidnapping of Mr. Rohde and two others in Afghanistan. He was brought to the United States to face charges.

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In Azerbaijan, a String of Explosions, Screams and Then Blood

Caught in an Armenian rocket attack, a New York Times reporting team captures the agony of an expanding, dirty war.

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Hurricane Zeta Makes Landfall: Live Updates

The storm, which was upgraded to a Category 2 hurricane, is carrying ripping winds and rain through southeast Louisiana and coastal Mississippi.

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Business Partner of Giuliani Associate Is Expected to Plead Guilty

David Correia was charged with duping investors in a start-up he founded with Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudolph W. Giuliani.

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Cecilia Chiang, Who Brought Authentic Chinese Food to America, Dies at 100

With her famed Mandarin restaurant in San Francisco, she enticed diners with the dishes she grew up with, leaving the American chop suey and chow mein era far behind.

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Officer Who Pressed a Knee Into Bystander’s Neck Leaves N.Y.P.D.

A police officer facing charges for his conduct during a social-distancing arrest has retired. The incident caused an uproar over racial disparities in such arrests.

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Wedding and Birthday Party Infect 56, Leaving Nearly 300 in Quarantine

“This kind of blatant disregard for the well-being of others is not only extremely disappointing; it will not be tolerated,” a Long Island official said.

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Republicans Blast Social Media C.E.O.s While Democrats Deride Hearing

Republican senators accused the leaders of Twitter, Facebook and Google of censorship. Democrats denounced that as posturing.

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‘We Don’t Have to Put Up With This’: A Candid Conversation About Bodies

What is the price we all pay by not having the conversation, however uncomfortable, about continence, childbirth, changing bodies and taboos?

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Watch What Happens When Real Housewives Don’t Wear Masks

Some research suggests the public health behavior of reality stars and influencers can affect viewers.

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Quiz: Can You Tell a ‘Trump’ Fridge From a ‘Biden’ Fridge?

What the contents of our refrigerators say about our politics — and our assumptions.

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It’s Time to Pack the Supreme Court. Again.

A court-packing spiral may be the only way back to a moderate court.

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How America Helped Defeat the Coronavirus*

*Just not in the United States.

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‘You’re Out of Your Mind if You Think I’m Ever Going Back to School’

When learning is virtual, Black parents can watch for unfair treatment.

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There Is Only One Existential Threat. Let’s Talk About It.

Our political culture isn’t ready to deal with climate change.

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How Far Might Trump Go?

No one is quite sure.

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Trump and the Boaty McBoatfacing of America

Four years of a joke president is long enough.

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A Privacy Measure That’s Hard to Like

An update to California’s groundbreaking privacy law falls short.

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Er, Can I Ask a Few Questions About Abortion?

You know who really reduced abortion numbers in the U.S.? President Obama, with the Affordable Care Act.

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Take This Trump Election Day Quiz Before It’s Too Late

Some of the president’s moments are unforgettable, even if you try.

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Say Yes to Progressive Taxation

The people of Illinois, Arizona and California have a chance to make the distribution of state taxation a little more fair.

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Finally, the Resistance Gets to Vote

Now is our chance to put an end to this presidency.

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Real-Life Political Violence Fuels Fiction in ‘The Abstainer’

Ian McGuire talks about his new novel, and Elisabeth Egan discusses Romy Hausmann’s “Dear Child.”

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Modern Love Podcast: Devoted but Doomed

When it comes to forbidden love, a “romantic plan isn’t enough.”

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Europe, 2020 Election, Dodgers: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

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Forget Halloween. Children Are Frightening Year-Round.

Why little kids have a special ability to creep out their parents.

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What Happened to Those Couples Who Quarantined Together?

Some are getting engaged. Others felt like they were living inside a pressure cooker.

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How Should Black People Sound?

Hollywood hasn’t always made great choices about how people talk. That may be changing.

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Polish Women Lead Strike Over Abortion Ruling Amid Threats of Crackdown

The leader of Poland’s ruling party, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, accused demonstrators of seeking the destruction of the nation and appealed to supporters to “defend Poland.”

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Days From Election, Police Killing of Black Man Roils Philadelphia

The shooting and its aftermath were guaranteed to ratchet up tensions in a country already on edge. Debates about how to improve police accountability have been complicated by looting.

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‘Perception Hacks’ and Other Potential Threats to the Election

In the final days of voting, election officials and cybersecurity experts are keeping a close eye on a range of possible ways foreign governments and other hackers could interfere.

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Win or Lose, It’s Donald Trump’s Republican Party

The G.O.P.’s politicians, activists and voters are still figuring out what that means.

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The 2020 Campaign Is the Most Expensive Ever (By a Lot)

The total cost of the races for the White House, the Senate and the House is expected to hit nearly $14 billion.

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Biden Holds 8-Point Lead in Michigan as He Tries to Reconstruct the ‘Blue Wall’

While President Trump counted Michigan as one of his most surprising victories in 2016, he is struggling to maintain support among white voters in the state this year.

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M.L.B. Says Justin Turner Refused to Stay Off Field After Dodgers’ Win

“Turner’s decision to leave isolation and enter the field was wrong and put everyone he came in contact with at risk,” the league said in a statement.

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Stocks Post Worst Day in 4 Months as Infections Rise Around the Globe

The S&P 500 was down 3.5 percent after France and Germany announced new lockdown measures, an unwelcome reminder of the recovery’s fragility.

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Miles Taylor, a Former Homeland Security Official, Reveals He Was ‘Anonymous’

Mr. Taylor, whose criticisms of President Trump in a New York Times Op-Ed article and subsequent book, roiled Washington and infuriated Mr. Trump, resigned from the administration last year and endorsed Joe Biden this summer.

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Supreme Court to Let Pennsylvania and North Carolina Accept Absentee Ballots After Election Day

The pair of decisions were welcomed by Democrats. Justice Amy Coney Barrett, who was expected to cast a deciding vote, did not participate in either decision.

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Trump’s Closing Argument on Virus Clashes With Science, and Voters’ Lives

The president has continued to downplay the severity of the coronavirus and declare before largely maskless crowds that it is vanishing. The surge in new cases across the country says: Not so.

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Fastly Announces Third Quarter 2020 Financial Results - Yahoo Finance

Fastly announces third quarter 2020 financial results

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Stocks Just Had Their Worst Day In Four Months–Here's How The Election Could Make Things Worse - Forbes

The Dow plunged close to 900 points on Wednesday as a striking surge in coronavirus cases heightens pre-election uncertainty just six days before the election. Don't expect volatility to end soon.

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Why First Solar Jumped More Than 13% Today - Motley Fool

The company just reported third-quarter earnings and reinstated forward guidance.

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Kroger Health to roll out rapid coronavirus antibody testing at all pharmacy, clinic locations by November - Fox Business

The rapid antibody tests will cost Kroger customers $25 and can typically provide results within 15 minutes.

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T-Mobile TVision channels and features vs. Philo, Sling TV, Hulu and YouTube TV - CNET

The wireless carrier has a live TV service starting at $10 per month. Here's how its channels and features stack up.

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Why Pfizer Stock Dropped Today - Motley Fool

Investors are still waiting on data from Pfizer's ongoing clinical trial for its coronavirus vaccine candidate.

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SARS-CoV-2 Neutralizing Antibody LY-CoV555 in Outpatients with Covid-19 - nejm.org

Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — SARS-CoV-2 Neutralizing Antibody LY-CoV555 in Outpatients with Covid-19

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Fiat Chrysler announces Ram electric pickup truck coming - Electrek

Fiat Chrysler, a lagger when it comes to electrification, confirms that it plans to make an electric Ram pickup truck. Almost every automaker under the sun is planning to make an electric pickup truck: Tesla Cybertruck Rivian R1T Ford F-150 Electric GMC Humme…

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Pinterest's pandemic surge continues, stock jumps more than 25% toward fresh record highs - MarketWatch

Pinterest thrashes earnings estimates while adding another 26 million active users, stock again heads for big gains after earnings and pushes Twitter and Facebook shares higher too

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GILD Stock Up As Gilead Sciences Earnings Beat Expectations; Lowers Outlook - Investor's Business Daily

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Ford has nearly 190,000 reservations for upcoming Bronco SUV - CNBC

Ford is approaching 190,000 reservations for its long-awaited Bronco SUV, which is expected to arrive in U.S. dealerships next spring.

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Toyota, Lexus add 1.57 million new vehicles to fuel pump recall - CNET

The vehicles added range in year from 2013 up to 2020.

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Tupperware profits soar as pandemic shut-ins store leftovers - The Associated Press

SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) — Tupperware relied on social gatherings for explosive growth in the mid 20th century. In the 21st century, it is social distancing that is fueling sales. Restaurant...

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Dow futures rise 200 points after Wall Street's worst sell-off in months - CNBC

U.S. market futures moved higher after Wednesday's sharp decline.

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Watchdog sees massive potential loan fraud at SBA, sparking fight with agency - POLITICO

SBA's inspector general raised red flags about more than $78 billion in aid approved for businesses under the agency's Economic Injury Disaster Loan program.

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U.S. Car Business Vrooms Back From Pandemic Nadir - The Wall Street Journal

Sales, profits rebounded faster than forecasted, but disruption risks lurk amid rising Covid-19 infections

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Jim Cramer: Five bull markets to buy on the sell-off - CNBC Television

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UPS CEO on holiday peak season: 'We've been planning for this for months' - CNBC

"We are ready for the volume that's going to come our way," UPS CEO Carol Tomé said as some wonder if the shipping industry will be crunched by a "shipageddon."

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Ford Posts Strong Third-Quarter Earnings, Sees 2020 Profit - Yahoo Finance

(Bloomberg) -- Ford Motor Co., riding a wave of momentum from new models and new management, handily beat expectations with third-quarter earnings that...

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Social Security Seemed Like a Future Problem. The Virus Changed That. - The New York Times

Even before the pandemic, Social Security’s finances were under growing pressure. The next president and Congress will play a crucial role in what happens next.

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Vaccine hopes rise as Oxford jab prompts immune response among old as well as young adults

Science News: One of the world's leading Covid-19 experimental vaccines produces a immune response in both young and old adults, raising hopes of a path out of the

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Air pollution may hinder India's fight against Covid-19, say scientists

India News: The causal link between air pollution and Covid-19 cases is yet to be established conclusively but long-term exposure will certainly make people more

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US early voting tops 60 million as historic pace continues

US News: WASHINGTON: - More than 60 million Americans have cast ballots in the US presidential election with eight days to go, a record-breaking pace that coul.

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US to get 9th justice with Dems powerless to block Barrett

US News: A divided Senate is set to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, giving the country a ninth justice Monday as Republicans overpower Democrat

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Rohit Sharma out of Australia tour with hamstring injury; Siraj in Test squad, Varun in T20Is

Cricket News: India's limited-over vice-captain and senior opener Rohit Sharma was on Monday left out of all three squads for the tour of Australia due to a recurr

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2+2 talks: India, US clinch defence pact on satellite data

India News: NEW DELHI: India is set to sign a military agreement with the United States for sharing of sensitive satellite data, the defence ministry said on Mond.

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KKR vs KXIP Live Score: Varun Chakravarthy removes dangerous KL Rahul

Cricket News: Check KKR vs KXIP IPL live score updates, scorecard, ball-by-ball commentary, live streaming and highlights on Times of India

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Depression in Pregnancy May Raise Risk of Childhood Asthma

Mothers who were psychologically distressed during pregnancy had a higher risk of asthma in their offspring.

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NASA Mission Springs a Small Leak After Touching an Asteroid

The OSIRIS-REX spacecraft collected rock and dirt samples from Bennu, but it appears to be losing some of what it grabbed.

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Are ‘Kidfluencers’ Making Our Kids Fat?

Popular YouTube channels often bombard young children with thinly veiled ads for junk food, a new study finds.

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This Dessert Goes Out to the Crust Lovers

Galettes offer a better ratio of crust to filling than pie, and this one delivers a rich maple-pecan frangipane wrapped up in plenty of buttery, flaky pastry.

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Making a New Start in a Business of Their Own

Whether because of layoffs or a desire for a new challenge, older people are becoming entrepreneurs at an increasing rate.

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Reimagining Lady Liberty’s Torch to Meet This Moment

In her first New York solo exhibition at Madison Square Park, Abigail DeVille conjures a long line of freedom fighters.

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With Black Artists’ Input, One Gallery Is ‘Starting to Look Different’

The Los Angeles dealer David Kordansky is using this moment to get more serious about helping and hiring people “left out of the conversation.”

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Don’t Work on Your Party Laptop or Party on Your Work Laptop

Drawing boundaries and sticking to them is good for your mental health, and your privacy.

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Flight Attendants Face an Uncertain Future

This month, United Airlines and American Airlines furloughed more than 32,000 employees. Many of them are wondering when, or if, they’ll fly again.

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There’s Water Ice on the Moon, and in More Places Than NASA Once Thought

Future astronauts seeking water on the moon may not need to go into the most treacherous craters in its polar regions to find it.

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It Might Become the Scariest Part of Your Commute: The Elevator

Touch-free buttons, foot pedals, holograms — New York City buildings scramble to make the ride up feel safer.

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Japan’s New Leader Sets Ambitious Goal of Carbon Neutrality by 2050

The announcement, coming weeks after a similar pledge by China, will require a major overhaul of the infrastructure in Japan, which remains heavily dependent on fossil fuels.

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