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Dr. Oz Says He’s Running for Senate in Pennsylvania
Dr. Mehmet Oz, who is running as a Republican for an open Senate seat, described his frustration with the “arrogant, closed-minded people in charge” who shut schools and businesses during the pandemic.
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El Chapo’s Wife Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison
Emma Coronel Aispuro pleaded guilty in June to helping her husband, Joaquin Guzmán Loera, smuggle drugs into the United States and escape from prison.
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Jill Biden’s White House Christmas Display Looks Very … Normal
You won’t find any blood-red trees this year.
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U.S. Removes Colombia’s FARC Rebel Group From Terrorist List
The move is a Biden administration effort to support the country’s fragile 2016 peace agreement.
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Mark Meadows Cooperating With Jan. 6 Attack Inquiry
Donald J. Trump’s former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, has turned over documents and agreed to be deposed in the House’s inquiry into the Jan. 6 attack.
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Amid Variant Fears, U.K. Discovers Limits to Its Virus Strategy
Britain’s approach to coronavirus-related restrictions has been looser than other European countries, but the Omicron variant has spurred swift action on mitigation measures.
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Restaurant Review: Shion 69 Leonard Street
The chef Shion Uino displays a rare, untheatrical mastery of seafood at his new $420-a-head restaurant in TriBeCa.
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Epstein’s Pilot Testifies in Ghislaine Maxwell Trial
The pilot told jurors that he “never saw any sexual activity” in the passenger cabins of Jeffrey Epstein’s private planes. See updates on the trial here.
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Becoming a Parent, or Deciding Not To
Betty Rollin and other readers discuss whether it is “still OK to procreate.” Also: Following the kids’ lead on masks; regulating cyberwar.
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Met Museum Jump-Starts New Modern Wing With $125 Million Gift
The donation from a trustee, Oscar L. Tang, and his wife, Agnes Hsu‐Tang, reinvigorates the long-delayed project and is the largest capital gift in the Met’s history.
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The Gotham Awards Find a Big Winner in ‘The Lost Daughter’
The film, adapted from an Elena Ferrante story by the director-writer Maggie Gyllenhaal, took home top feature, among other honors.
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The Best Books of 2021
Editors at The Times Book Review choose the best fiction and nonfiction titles this year.
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ISIS Fighter Convicted in Death of Enslaved 5-Year-Old Girl
In a trial held in Germany, the man was sentenced to life in prison for the death of the Yazidi girl, whom he allowed to die of thirst in Falluja, Iraq.
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Powell and Yellen Testify About the Economy
Jerome Powell, the Fed chair, and Janet Yellen, the Treasury secretary, will discuss inflation and the path to recovery at a Senate hearing. Watch live.
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Lululemon Sues Peloton Over Patent Infringement
Lululemon accused Peloton, the fitness company best known for its stationary bikes, of infringing on patents for a new line of leggings and sports bras.
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Omicron Was Already in Europe a Week Ago, Officials Say
The variant was found in a test sample from Nov. 19 in the Netherlands, a week before the W.H.O. labeled it a “variant of concern.” Little is known yet about how transmissible Omicron is, but its discovery in southern Africa has created another uncertain moment in the pandemic. Here’s the latest.
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F.D.A. Advisers Meets on Merck’s Covid Pill
If an expert committee votes to recommend it, the drug, molnupiravir, could be authorized within days for patients at high risk of severe illness.
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Investors Snap Up Metaverse Real Estate in a Virtual Land Boom
Transactions for properties in digital realms are jumping, guided by the same principle in the physical world: location, location, location.
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How Covid-19 Has Changed Where Californians Live
The pandemic hasn’t pushed people out of the state as much as rearranged where they reside within it.
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Brian Kelly Will Leave Notre Dame for L.S.U.
A top coach is reportedly heading to the Southeastern Conference, the latest in a series of moves at some of the country’s most storied college football programs.
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Jack Dorsey Leaves Twitter's C.E.O. a Big Challenge
He’s leaving his successor at Twitter some big challenges.
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As Omicron Worries Revive, Stocks and Oil Fall
The S&P 500 is set to open 1 percent lower after the Moderna C.E.O. said there could be a “material drop” in the effectiveness of current vaccines.
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Éric Zemmour, Far-Right Pundit, Makes French Presidential Run Official
An anti-immigrant writer and right-wing television star, Mr. Zemmour said he was running in the country’s presidential elections next year, ending months of speculation.
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Fighting Racism, Quietly
The Ahmaud Arbery trial offers lessons for American politics.
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What We Know About the Omicron Variant
The World Health Organization has declared that this version of the coronavirus poses a very high risk to public health. How did they come to that conclusion?
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Restoring a 1788 House in Charleston, S.C., With a Walled Garden
The stately 1788 home in South Carolina had expansive rooms and a walled garden. But it needed a lot of work — and that would take time and money.
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Tony Kushner, Oracle of the Upper West Side
The most important living American playwright has a number of new projects on the horizon — and plenty more to say about how to make and enjoy art in an era of ongoing turbulence.
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How Tesla Helps China's Firms Compete With the U.S.
The electric car company is helping Chinese companies become global players in the emerging industry, posing a competitive threat to traditional rivals.
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Inside the Last Abortion Clinic in Mississippi
The clinic, which is busier than ever, is at the center of a Supreme Court case that could lead to one of the most consequential decisions on abortion rights in decades.
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China’s Silence on Peng Shuai Shows the Limits of Beijing’s Propaganda
Officials have struggled to respond to a sexual assault allegation that hits at the heights of its buttoned-up political system.
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