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We Need Small Talk Now More Than Ever
Why chatting with your barista could help save America
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What Jefferson’s Statue Meant to the Jewish Naval Hero Who Donated It
A symbol of slavery to some, of religious liberty to others. 
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The Sunday Read: ‘Who Is the Bad Art Friend?’
Inside the curious case of Dawn Dorland v. Sonya Larson.
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Please Don’t Feed the Whale Sharks? Fishing Town Says It Must, to Prosper.
The chance to swim with the world’s biggest fish led to a tourism boom in a Philippines town, but conservation groups decry the hand-feeding that keeps the gentle giants around.
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As Hong Kong’s Civil Society Buckles, One Group Tries to Hold On
Unions and other organizations have dissolved after facing pressure under a new security law. The Hong Kong Journalists Association is hoping it can avoid that fate.
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Colombia Announces Capture of Leader of Major Drug Cartel
The arrest of Dairo Antonio Úsuga, widely known as Otoniel, was a victory for Colombia’s president, who has been struggling to contain persistent violence.
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At Barcelona, Life After Lionel Messi Is Haunted by the Past
The departure of Lionel Messi shook Barcelona to its foundations. But on a good day, if you look closely, you can see the shoots of a new era.
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Vanessa Bryant Tells of Kobe Bryant's Death in New Deposition
Bryant was being questioned by a lawyer defending Los Angeles County in her lawsuit about the sharing of photos of human remains from the helicopter crash that killed nine people.
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After Fires and Droughts, California Prepares for Heavy Rain
A storm is expected to drop up to 10 inches of rain in Northern California. The region is in desperate need of water, but the rain is likely to bring dangerous mudslides and flash floods.
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In India, Facebook Struggles to Combat Misinformation and Hate Speech
Internal documents show a struggle with misinformation, hate speech and celebrations of violence in the country, the company’s biggest market.
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Nevada Man Is Charged With Voting Using His Dead Wife’s Ballot
Donald Kirk Hartle, a Republican, had claimed that someone voted in the 2020 election by using the mail-in ballot of his wife, who died in 2017. He now faces two counts of voter fraud.
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Gun Mishaps Occurred on Baldwin Film Before Killing, Workers Say
They expressed concerns over gun mishaps and working conditions just days before the shooting that killed the cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
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Chuck Bundrant, Pacific Fisheries’ ‘Henry Ford,’ Dies at 79
In 1961 he arrived in Seattle with no job, no skills and $80. Over the next 60 years, he built a seafood empire and transformed the industry.
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Taliban Honor Suicide Bombers’ ‘Sacrifices’ in Bid to Rewrite History
The new government brought together the bombers’ families at a publicized event, praising their actions but alienating those who have suffered at their hands.
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Erdogan Threatens to Expel 10 Western Ambassadors
The move follows a statement from the envoys demanding the release of a prominent philanthropist jailed since 2017.
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Letitia James Isn’t Saying Whether She’s Running for Governor. But She Is Hiring.
Ms. James, the New York attorney general, has recently recruited several advisers and fund-raisers ahead of a possible run for the state’s top office.
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‘Needle Spiking’ of Women in Britain Stirs Alarm Over New Kind of Assault
Women are reporting being injected with syringes at crowded clubs in a horrifying variation of dropping pill into drinks. “This is a new depth,’’ said a former chief of police.
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Before ‘Dune,’ Frank Herbert Learned From Native Americans
Native Americans’ warnings of environmental catastrophe inspired the landscape of “Dune.” Now their tribal lands are flooding.
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Friends Row On After Teammate’s Death, Leaving One Seat Empty
Charlie Hamlin, a former Olympic rower who dominated races well into his 70s, died in May. On Sunday, his longtime teammates plan to row the Head of the Charles Regatta with an empty seat in his memory.
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Colin Powell and ‘Guernica’
He broke many barriers but was outplayed by masters of deceit.
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Illinois Should Reinstate Parole
An unusual debate at a maximum-security prison in Illinois led to a proposal for reform that the state legislature can pass right now. 
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The pandemic, paired with natural disasters, drives a record number of illegal U.S. border crossings.
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What We Know About Alec Baldwin’s Fatal Shooting
The authorities are investigating the death of the cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of “Rust” in Santa Fe County. Here’s what we know.
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‘Nobody Trusts Anybody Now, and We’re All Very Tired’
Revisiting John Carpenter’s “The Thing.”
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Queen Elizabeth May Be the Last Global Monarch
There’s a reason that, in an era when old age and hereditary privilege are largely out of vogue, Queen Elizabeth is still held in high regard.
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Turkish Opposition Begins Joining Ranks Against Erdogan
With an eye on elections, six parties are working on a plan to end a powerful presidency and return to a parliamentary system.
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Everytable Is Trying to Make Healthy Food as Accessible as Fast Food
A former hedge fund trader thinks centralized kitchens and sliding scale prices are going to crack the code of making healthy food affordable for everyone.
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Yordan Alvarez Wins ALCS MVP for Astros
Houston’s Yordan Alvarez grew up in Cuba believing he’d never need to learn English. The M.V.P. of the A.L.C.S. lets his tape measure homers do his talking for him.
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Houston Astros Beat Boston Red Sox to Reach World Series
Stained by a scandal but unfazed on the field, Houston returns to baseball’s biggest stage looking for another ring.
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Manchester United’s Perfect Feedback Loop
Title contender, crisis club or cash cow? What you see in United depends, largely, on what you want to see.
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