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‘Loser’: How a Lifelong Fear Bookended Trump’s Presidency
The president’s inability to concede the election is the latest reality-denying moment in a career preoccupied with an epithet.
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How to Carve a Turkey
Ray Venezia, master butcher and Fairway Market meat consultant, shows how to carve a turkey.
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Americans Gather for Thanksgiving at a Moment of National Peril
The shadow of the pandemic hangs over the holiday, with daily cases reaching record highs and deaths soaring across the U.S. Here’s the latest.
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Happy Thanksgiving
And what else you need to know today.
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How to Make Gravy
Gravy brings all the elements of the plate together, elevating mashed potatoes, stuffing and turkey to their transcendent ideals.
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N.J. Governor Wants Schools Open. Local Officials Have Other Ideas.
The tensions point to the difficulty governors across the Northeast have had in persuading districts to reopen — decisions that often require school boards to buck powerful unions.
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Diego Maradona Is Mourned in Argentina
For many Argentines, Diego Maradona, who died on Wednesday, was no mere soccer superstar. “I feel like a member of my family just died,” said one.
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Splitting 5 to 4, Supreme Court Backs Religious Challenge to Cuomo’s Virus Shutdown Order
In earlier rulings related to coronavirus restrictions in California and Nevada, the court had taken the opposite approach. But its membership has changed since then.
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How Not to Overspend This Black Friday
Have a list, a budget and some patience.
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A Turkey Recipe for 2020
How to feel better about this horrible year.
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This Wrongly Convicted Man Spent 25 Thanksgivings in Prison
This holiday, he says he’s thankful. Are you?
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Edward P. Lazear, Economist and Presidential Adviser, Dies at 72
He was a widely respected labor economist at Stanford who led President George W. Bush’s economic council during the financial crisis.
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Thanksgiving, Coronavirus Surge, Diego Maradona: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Join Michelle Cottle to discuss politics, the spread of Covid-19 in prisons and more
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A Looming Drinksgiving Disaster
Thanksgiving Eve could be a super-spreading event.
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Diego Maradona, One of Soccer’s Greatest Players, Is Dead at 60
His ability to surprise and startle developed a darker edge as he became addicted to cocaine.
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Biden’s Cabinet Picks Veer Away From ‘America First’ Isolationism
“Diplomacy is back,” said President-elect Joe Biden’s choice for ambassador to the United Nations. Here’s the latest.
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How Californians Are Adapting Thanksgiving
Wednesday: Readers share how they’re staying safe and celebrating this year.
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Remembering David Dinkins, First Black Mayor of N.Y.C.
Prominent leaders said he was a somewhat reluctant trailblazer who took office at a difficult period of fiscal crisis and racial tension.
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As Cases Overwhelm the U.S., Officials Give Up on Contact Tracing
Health officials are acknowledging that contact tracing can no longer be expected to contain the virus’s spread. Here’s the latest.
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Driver Crashes Car Into Gate Outside Angela Merkel’s Office
The motive was unclear, but it could be tied to an expected German government extension of a partial lockdown to stem coronavirus infections.
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The Future Was Supposed to Be Better Than This
Thanksgiving — like the rest of life — just isn’t the same through a screen.
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Meghan Markle: The Losses We Share
Perhaps the path to healing begins with three simple words: Are you OK?
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Australian Shark Attacks Jump, Raising Questions
Eight people have been fatally attacked this year, the most in nearly a century. But scientists say these numbers don’t tell the full story.
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Trump Is Said to Plan Pardon of Flynn
Michael T. Flynn, the president’s former national security adviser, twice pleaded guilty to lying to the F.B.I.
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More Than 30 Charged in Scheme to Fix Coast Guard Test Scores
An employee at a Coast Guard testing center entered false scores in exchange for bribes, federal prosecutors say.
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