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Virgil Abloh, Bold Designer of Men’s Wear, Dies at 41
His expansive approach to design inspired comparisons to artists including Andy Warhol and Jeff Koons. For him, clothes were totems of identity.
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Why the Feminist Movement Needs Pro-Life People
We must form a broad and diverse coalition to advocate for women.
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The Woman on the Bridge
Police and prosecutors spent five years chasing a domestic violence case. Would it be enough?
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How to Enjoy the Moment
A thought experiment for finding more happiness in the everyday. 
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We Got a Head Start on Omicron, So Let’s Not Blow It
South Africa gave the world an early warning. Decisive action on containment and surveillance could help us control it.
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A Wine Rack on Rails? U.K. Businesses Seek Solutions to Shortages.
Two months after concerns about gas and food stocks caused ripples of anxiety, Britain continues to face problems in its supply chain. Distributors and retailers are looking for creative fixes.
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Growing List of Nations on Alert Over New Coronavirus Variant
Australian health officials confirmed that two travelers arriving from southern Africa had tested positive for the new variant. Scientists were racing to learn more about Omicron, but said that existing vaccines were likely to protect against it.
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Years of Delays, Billions in Overruns: The Dismal History of Big Infrastructure
The nation’s most ambitious engineering projects are mired in postponements and skyrocketing costs. Delivering $1.2 trillion in new infrastructure will be tough.
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Hondurans head to the polls on Sunday, but widespread political violence during the campaign and questionable results from 2017 are looming large.
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Local News Outlets May Reap $1.7 Billion in Build Back Better Aid
A small paper like The Storm Lake Times in Iowa would receive a big tax credit. So would Gannett, the nation’s largest news publisher.
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Michigan Upsets Ohio State, Forcing Buckeyes From Playoff Race
Before a crowd thick with maize and blue, the Wolverines beat Ohio State for the first time since 2011 and earned a chance to play for a Big Ten title.
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Republicans Have a Golden Opportunity. They Will Probably Blow It.
The party’s good fortune in avoiding profound punishment for all its follies is the reason those follies will probably continue.
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Mets Bolster Offense With Starling Marte, Eduardo Escobar and Mark Canha
With Starling Marte, Eduardo Escobar and Mark Canha, the run-starved Mets addressed their biggest need while adding some defensive versatility.
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How Austin Became One of the Least Affordable Cities in America
The capital of Texas has long been an attractive place to call home. But with an average of 180 new residents a day arriving, its popularity has created a brewing housing crisis that is reshaping the city.
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How did Omicron get its name?
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Supreme Court Abortion Case Is About More Than Roe v. Wade
Conservatives may still end up unhappy with a court they now control. 
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Omicron: How to Think About the New Variant of Concern
There are many unknowns but we have the means to manage the variant.
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South Africa Laments Travel Bans; Dutch Airport Tests for New Variant
South Africans said the new bans felt like punishment. Sixty-one Covid cases on two planes at a Dutch airport were being scrutinized. Here’s the latest.
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They Died From Covid. Then the Online Attacks Started.
The social media profiles of anti-vaccine victims of the pandemic have made them and their families targets of trolling, even after their deaths.
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New York governor declares a state of emergency in anticipation of new coronavirus surge.
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Praise for Stephen Sondheim at ‘Company’ and ‘Assassins'
“I would ask you to sit back and luxuriate in his extraordinary words and music,” the director John Doyle said before Friday’s performance of the “Assassins” revival.
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3 Bodies Found May Be Tied to Protests in Solomon Islands
The police were trying to determine if the charred remains found in the capital’s Chinatown district were linked to the protests, in which demonstrators set fire to buildings.
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Stephen Sondheim Tributes Pour In From Stars
Audra McDonald, Bernadette Peters, Andrew Lloyd Webber and others mourned and celebrated the essential composer and lyricist, who died at 91.
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The Hilarious, Heartbreaking Life and Music of Malcolm Arnold
He was one of the most popular British composers of his time, but there are few celebrations of Arnold’s centenary this year.
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Omicron Variant Prompts Travel Bans and Batters World Markets
Scientists do not yet know how dangerous the new Omicron variant is, but its many mutations set off alarms, lowering hopes of putting the pandemic in the past.
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New 'Omicron' Variant Stokes Concern but Vaccines May Still Work
The Omicron variant carries worrisome mutations that may let it evade antibodies, scientists said. But it will take more research to know how it fares against vaccinated people.
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Seeking Backers for New Fund, Jared Kushner Turns to Middle East
Former President Donald J. Trump’s son-in-law is trying to raise capital for his investment firm and is turning to a region that he dealt with extensively while in the White House.
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Stephen Sondheim, Titan of the American Musical, Is Dead at 91
He was the theater’s most revered and influential composer-lyricist of the last half of the 20th century and the driving force behind some of Broadway’s most beloved and celebrated shows.
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