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Why We Can’t Quit Our Toxic, Insatiable Appetite for Polls

Frank Bruni, a contributing Opinion writer, hosted a written online conversation with Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report and…

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Seven Years of Trump Has the Right Wing Taking the Long View

Could there soon be an American counterpart to Viktor Orban, the Hungarian prime minister, a right-wing populist who in 2018…

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What Can History Tell Us About the Roe Effect on the Midterms?

You're reading the The Tilt newsletter, for Times subscribers only.  Nate Cohn, The Times’s chief political analyst, makes sense of the…

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Business

The Long Road to Driverless Trucks

This article is part of our series on the Future of Transportation, which is exploring innovations and challenges that affect…

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World

The Eagerness of Ginni Thomas

Ginni Thomas has become a problem. You don’t have to be a left-wing, anti-Trump minion of the deep state to…

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Why Is the British Pound Getting Pounded?

You're reading the Paul Krugman newsletter, for Times subscribers only.  A guide to U.S. politics and the economy — from the…

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Arts

Stream These 13 Titles Before They Leave Netflix in October

Sound the alarms: One of the most beloved sitcoms in recent TV history is leaving Netflix in the United States…

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Arts

‘Goat,’ ‘Dope’ and More Streaming Gems

This month’s off-the-grid streaming suggestions are an even more eclectic mix than usual: a handful of indie dramas, genre treats…

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World

Therapy for People Who Can’t Go to Therapy

The way Americans receive mental health care has never changed as quickly as it has since the spring of 2020.…

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Arts

A Work of Mourning Comes to New York, With No Rothkos in Sight

Few pieces of music are as tied to the place where they premiered as Tyshawn Sorey’s “Monochromatic Light (Afterlife).” Commissioned…

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