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A Thanksgiving History Lesson, in a Handful of Corn

In September, Danielle Hill Greendeer harvested 200 to 300 ears of hard, red-kerneled King Philip corn she had planted in…

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World

Sick of the Status Quo, Chileans Head to the Polls

SANTIAGO, Chile — Chile’s departing president narrowly dodged impeachment this month. A month earlier, the Army was deployed to the…

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World

Once a Leading Polluter, the U.K. Is Now Trying to Lead on Climate Change

LONDON — As Britain prepares to host a landmark climate summit in Glasgow this week, the milestones of its own…

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World

Rise of a Far-Right Pundit Is Scrambling French Politics

PARIS — He is the anti-immigration son of parents from Algeria. He styles himself as the great defender of France’s…

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World

Austrian Political Scandal Leaves Europe’s Conservatives in Need of New Path

BERLIN — When Sebastian Kurz first became chancellor of Austria the whole of Europe sat up. Only 31, he had…

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Sports

N.F.L. Rookie Quarterbacks Have Been Bad. Can That Change?

Good rookie quarterbacks are all alike. Terrible rookie quarterbacks are all terrible in their own way. And this year’s rookie…

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Food

The Applegate Valley Offers Oregon Winemakers a Quiet Place to Experiment

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Applegate Valley in southern Oregon has a lot of things going for it as a…

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