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In Trump Criminal Case, Manhattan D.A. Asks for Gag Order Before Trial

Lawyers for Alvin L. Bragg, the district attorney, are seeking to protect jurors and witnesses in the first criminal prosecution…

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Health

What Does It Mean to Dress Like an American?

A reader who is moving back to the United States from abroad wonders how to merge her personal wardrobe with…

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Real Estate

$800,000 Homes in California

A recently renovated house in Yucca Valley, a three-bedroom home in Benicia and a one-bedroom condominium in Laguna Niguel.

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World

Texas Is Right. The Tech Giants Need to Be Regulated.

On the average day, some 95 million pictures are posted on Instagram, along with 34 million videos on TikTok and…

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Arts

Three Riveting, Slow-Burn New Thrillers

This month’s thrillers pose intriguing questions. Can one seemingly unimportant decision change everything? What would happen if people could siphon…

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Business

Berkshire Hathaway Reports Profit of $97 Billion Last Year, a Record

The conglomerate saw major gains in its insurance operations and in investment income. But revenues at its railroad and utility…

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World

Grown in Oklahoma, Smoked in New York: Illicit Marijuana’s Legal Roots

Surplus weed produced in states like Oklahoma is increasingly ending up in New York, fueling its illicit market and complicating…

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Health

When a Job Becomes a Literal Hell

In an era of continual burnout, artists and filmmakers are now imagining what it looks like when workers finally explode.

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Arts

9 New Books We Recommend This Week

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

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World

Starbucks Baristas Fuel the Working World. But Is Anyone Helping Them?

New York has stood at the vanguard of progressive workplace legislation, yet some Starbucks workers say the city isn’t standing…

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