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Omicron Prompts Swift Reconsideration of Boosters Among Scientists

As recently as last week, many public health experts were fiercely opposed to the Biden administration’s campaign to roll out…

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World

Your Thursday Briefing

We’re covering the confirmation of the Omicron variant in the U.S. and the suspension of Women’s Tennis Association tournaments in…

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World

England tightens restrictions as more Omicron cases found.

Thirteen cases of the Omicron variant have been identified in England, the British government confirmed on Tuesday. Britain has announced…

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Sports

Ready to Shine in the United States, a Star Waits in Japan

Seiya Suzuki is the only player in Nippon Professional Baseball history to homer the first time he stepped to the…

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World

Your Tuesday Briefing

Berlin opened new vaccination centers in order to accommodate people seeking a Covid booster shot. Credit...Sean Gallup/Getty ImagesA familiar ...

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Arts

Five International Movies to Stream Now

In the age of streaming, the earth is flat — screen-size — with travel to faraway destinations only a monthly…

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World

Meet the Beauty Queens of Al Dhafra

“Camel No. 1! Camel No. 1!” I had just arrived at the Al Dhafra Festival, and young boys in kanduras,…

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World

Hondurans seek a break from graft and despair in an election with repercussions for the United States.

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — Hondurans voted Sunday in tense general elections that are likely to have repercussions far beyond the Central…

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World

As U.S. Hunts for Chinese Spies, University Scientists Warn of Backlash

The F.B.I. agents spent nearly two years tailing the professor, following him to work, to the grocery store, and even…

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Arts

Review: Twyla Tharp Looks Back, With an Eye on the Future

A few minutes into “All In,” a new ballet by Twyla Tharp that had its premiere at City Center on…

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