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Vision Pro Review: Apple’s First Headset Lacks Polish and Purpose

Billed as the future of computing, the $3,500 goggles can’t replace a laptop for work. At times, wearing them also…

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Business

Boeing’s Max 9 Crisis Deepens

Safety checks have uncovered loose bolts on the grounded jetliners, raising more questions for management over how the top-selling planes…

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World

A Battle Over Drag Queen Story Hour Shut Down This Town’s Library

In April, the event was announced. Protests erupted, and in September, the library was forced to close. It still hasn’t…

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Sports

The Best Teams That Money Could Buy

The four teams in the College Football Playoff used cash payments from fan “collectives” in unique ways to build their…

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World

How a 6-Second Video Turned a Campus Protest Into a National Firestorm

A pro-Palestinian protest at the Cooper Union was one of a string of episodes on colleges across the country that…

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World

En Chile, la izquierda impulsó una nueva constitución. Luego la derecha tomó el control

Los chilenos votarán el domingo por un cambio que podría empujar a su país hacia la derecha. El proceso comenzó…

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Sports

Knowledge Is Power. But Is It Fun to Watch?

Data has driven soccer to new heights. But narrowing the margins in matches might come at the expense of their…

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Sports

Ohtani’s Contract Goes Beyond Dollars and Sense

The Los Angeles Dodgers are betting $700 million that Shohei Ohtani can deliver championships and help increase revenue. But the…

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Sports

How a North Korean Soccer Prodigy Vanished, and Re-emerged

Han Kwang-song’s recent appearances in World Cup qualifiers were his first ones overseas since 2020, when U.N. sanctions led to…

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Arts

Saving Praise Houses Before Their African Lineage Is Forgotten

The Rev. Kay Colleton will never forget the time she first laid eyes on Moving Star Hall, a tiny white…

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