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Business

Why Companies Are Nervous About the Consumer

On earnings calls, dozens of corporate executives have cited a slowdown in spending to explain why sales are slipping.

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World

No Encampment, No Tents: Where Princeton’s Protest Found Its Gravity

After a sit-in and the occupation of a campus building, about a dozen demonstrators have turned to a hunger strike.

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Travel

Inside Biden’s Broken Relationship With Muslim and Arab American Leaders

Even as the president piles new pressure on Israel to end the war in Gaza, those who have called most…

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Health

How Poor Tracking of Bird Flu Leaves Dairy Workers at Risk

Farmworkers have been exposed to milk infected with the bird flu virus. But there has been virtually no testing on…

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World

What Kind of Husband Behaves Like Donald Trump?

Donald Trump sat silent, stone-faced and staring straight ahead as he listened to the intimate details in Stormy Daniels’s testimony…

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World

The Oldest, Most Successful Party in Europe Is Headed for a Wipeout

At 3 a.m. one day last December, a 78-year-old volunteer for the British Conservative Party was reportedly woken by a…

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World

The Campus Protests Signal the End of an Era for the Democrats

The colleges had a choice; in most places, they chose to escalate. At Indiana University, a police sniper was stationed…

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Business

G.M. Will Retire the Chevrolet Malibu to Make More Electric Cars

The gasoline-powered Malibu was the last affordable sedan sold by Chevrolet, the General Motors brand, in the United States.

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World

Three Reasons the Campus Protests Are Part of the Problem

Readers have been asking me, and I have been asking myself of late, how I feel about the campus demonstrations…

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Travel

How the New York City Chancellor Prepared for a Congressional Grilling

As David C. Banks prepares to testify about antisemitism in the New York City schools, he said he wasn’t intimidated…

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