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A Setback for the Transition to Electric Vehicles

More from our inbox: Abortion Limits Under a Second Trump AdministrationKeeping Navalny’s Work Alive$399 Trump SneakersA Ford F-150 Lightning in…

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Travel

Officers Charged Her With Drunken Driving. But Her Brain Was Bleeding.

Nicole McClure said she spent hours in a jail cell, enduring taunts, until a delayed medical check revealed that she…

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Politics

Should I Keep Trying to Pay a $700 Bill? I Think They Forgot to Charge Me.

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on the duty one has to rectify an unpaid bill.

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Business

Why Are American Drivers so Deadly?

In the summer of 1999, a few years after graduating from medical school, Deborah Kuhls moved from New York to…

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World

How the Met’s Prop-Shop Magic Makes Trucks Move Onstage

In the Metropolitan Opera’s production of “Carmen,” three pickup trucks and a tractor-trailer are crucial props.

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World

Red Sea Attacks Leave Shipping Companies With Difficult Choices

Attacks on two dozen ships since November are forcing shipping lines to figure out whether and when to skip the…

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World

Subway Service Still Snarled as M.T.A. Works to Remove Derailed Trains

Twenty-six people were injured when two trains collided on Thursday afternoon. Officials said they hoped to restore service on the…

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Arts

‘Richard Scarry’s Cars and Trucks and Things That Go’ Turns 50

My wife was editing our teenager’s bedroom, hunting things to pass on to his younger cousins, or donate to Goodwill.…

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World

Shecky Greene, High-Energy Comedy Star, Is Dead at 97

A Las Vegas institution, he would do just about anything for a laugh, including physical comedy so broad that it…

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Business

Your Car Is Tracking You. Abusive Partners May Be, Too.

After almost 10 years of marriage, Christine Dowdall wanted out. Her husband was no longer the charming man she had…

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