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Lara Logan, Once a Star at CBS News, Is Now One for the Far Right

When Lara Logan reached the heights of American journalism more than a decade ago, as the chief foreign affairs correspondent…

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Labor Board Seeks Unionization at Starbucks Where Union Lost Election

The National Labor Relations Board is seeking to order Starbucks to recognize a union at a Buffalo-area store where the…

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S&P 500 Drops for Seventh Straight Week but Evades Bear Market

A chaotic day on Wall Street extended the longest period of market turmoil since 2001, with stocks on Friday briefly…

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What We Learned About TV During Its Biggest Week

Stocks were plunging and Covid cases were surging. Who’s ready to buy some ads? For the first time in three…

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Spring Auction Sales for Two Blockbuster Weeks Top $2.5 Billion

Two blockbuster weeks of marquee evening sales ended in Manhattan on Thursday night with doubleheader Sotheby’s auctions of rising stars…

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It’s Emma Rogue’s Downtown Now

One morning in March, Emma Rogue hopped in the black Nissan Rogue she shares with her brother and pulled out…

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In Russia, as Prices Soar, the Outlook for Its Economy Grows ‘Especially Gloomy’

LONDON — After sanctions hobbled production at its assembly plant in Kaliningrad, the Russian automaker Avtotor announced a lottery for…

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Japan’s Economy Shrank 1 Percent as Consumers Fled Covid

TOKYO — Last December, after two years of stop-and-go growth, Japan’s economic engine seemed like it might finally be revving…

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A Birder Is Back in the Public Eye, Now on His Own Terms

For years, Christian Cooper has studied the habits of Kirtland’s warblers, Swainson’s thrushes, Acadian flycatchers and the other birds he…

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Europe Rethinks Its Reliance on Burning Wood for Electricity

In recent years, Europe’s power plants have slashed their use of coal by burning something else instead: Millions of tons…

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