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As Starbucks Workers Seek a Union, Company Officials Converge on Stores
A push in the Buffalo area could produce the first union at company-owned stores in the U.S. But backers say moves by management are having a chilling effect.
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Live Updates: Tributes Pour in For Colin Powell
George W. Bush hailed him as “a great public servant.” Democrat Stacey Abrams said he “led with integrity, admitted fallibility and defended democracy.”
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Biden Administration Plans New Regulations for Toxic ‘Forever Chemicals’
Michael Regan, the E.P.A. administrator, wants to limit a class of chemicals that has been linked to cancer and is found in everything from drinking water to furniture.
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Colin Powell Dies at 84
A former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, secretary of state and national security adviser, Mr. Powell died on Monday, his family said.
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Foxconn Unveils Prototypes in Push to Produce Electric Cars
The company known for making iPhones presented three electric vehicles that can serve as a basis for working with car companies.
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Inside the Real-Life Succession Drama at Scholastic
Iole Lucchese, a senior executive at the publishing company, said she was just as surprised as everyone else to learn she had been handed control of the business.
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America’s Cash Glut
The economy is almost doing too well. But there are some problems.
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Kiké Hernandez Highlights the Los Angeles Dodgers' Extreme Depth
For the Dodgers, deep pockets and extreme ambition make everyone expendable. Just ask players like Kiké Hernandez and Joc Pederson, who took their October magic elsewhere.
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As Rents Rise, So Do Pressures on People at Risk of Eviction
The end of the federal ban on evictions came amid soaring rents that make it harder for people to find new places to live.
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How a Nuclear Bomb Could Save Earth From a Stealthy Asteroid
An atomic blast is not the preferred solution for planetary defense, but 3-D models are helping scientists prepare for a worst-case scenario.
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How to Drive Safely When You're an Older Driver
Safe driving is possible for many people in their 70s, 80s and beyond, provided they take steps to maintain their skills.
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Trump Missed the Part About No Do-Overs
And apparently no one from his party is going to explain it to him. 
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Nuclear Fusion Edges Toward the Mainstream
Long-shot money is flowing into start-ups that seek the energy of the stars. Driving the investments is a rising alarm about global warming.
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From Graffiti in the Shadows to Designing an Observation Deck in the Clouds
There’s a new way to take in the skyline. For Kenzo, a lifelong New Yorker who designed its dreamlike interior, the city was his muse.
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Hey Parler, Nashville Isn’t Turning Red
Nashville may be having an identity crisis. But our moral commitment to equality will never change.  
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Supreme Court Typo From 1928 Has Been Cited in 14 Decisions
A sweeping statement in a 1928 opinion about property rights was revised soon after it was issued. But the error lived on.
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Between Fear and the Need to Feel Alive
The clearest views in life come from standing at the edge of a scary cliff. Which is why I want my son by my side.
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The Stock Market’s Gains Could Be Spread More Fairly
The markets going up even as wages stagnate is not a sign of a rigged system.
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How Not to Reform the I.R.S.
The I.R.S. needs more resources. But it also needs to protect taxpayer rights.
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Is Mark Zuckerberg a Man Without Principles?
The veteran tech journalist Walt Mossberg unpacks the Facebook Files with historical context and personal anecdotes.
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Long Island City is Home to N.Y.C's Growing Asian Population
In a corner of Queens, a fivefold increase in Asian residents since 2010 is transforming the area’s restaurants, housing and politics.
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Atlanta Takes 2-0 Lead Over Dodgers in NLCS
Thrilling wins in consecutive games, both decided in their last at-bat, have Atlanta heading to Los Angeles with some breathing room ahead of Game 3.
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China's GDP Growth Slows as Property and Energy Take a Toll
Growth of 4.9 percent shows the country’s huge industrial sector has run into trouble. But exports and services are looking strong.
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Biden’s Plans Raise Questions About What U.S. Can or Cannot Afford to Do
Democrats are debating whether doing nothing will cost more than doing something to deal with climate change, education, child care, prescription drugs and more.
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Nearly $7 Million Awarded in First Earthshot Prizes
Costa Rica and the city of Milan were among the five winners that each received one million pounds, or nearly $1.4 million, to continue sustainability and conservation efforts during a ceremony in London.
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Washington Hears Echoes of the ’50s and Worries: Is This a Cold War With China?
Incursions into Taiwan’s air zone, a space launch and what looked like a prisoner swap raise a question that is about more than just semantics. It could signal a dangerous new mind-set.
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Chicago Sky Beat Phoenix Mercury for First W.N.B.A. Championship
The Sky battled back from a large second-half deficit to beat the Mercury in a thriller.
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As Trump Thunders About Last Election, Republicans Worry About the Next One
Donald Trump is the Republicans’ greatest asset in mobilizing voters. But some fret that his obsession with false claims about the 2020 election could cost the G.O.P. in 2022.
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At Axel Springer, Politico’s New Owner, Allegations of Sex, Lies and a Secret Payment
A high-flying German media giant is ahead on digital media but seems stuck in the past when it comes to the workplace and deal-making.
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As a Woman Was Raped, SEPTA Riders Failed to Intervene, Police Say
The SEPTA train car near Philadelphia had several passengers aboard but none called 911 while the woman was sexually assaulted, the authorities said.
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