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After 20 Years, Frank Stella Returns to Ground Zero

On a chilly Saturday morning last weekend, Frank Stella — 85, bespectacled, somewhat scruffy and holding a cane — was…

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Arts

Macy’s Parade Is Back This Thanksgiving, but Kids Are Sidelined

As the coronavirus surged in New York City last year, the typical fanfare of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade was…

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Business

Supply Chain Problems Have Small Retailers Gambling on Hoarding

Megan Searfoss has been hoarding sneakers in Connecticut. Ms. Searfoss, the owner of two running stores in Darien and Ridgefield,…

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World

Your Tuesday Briefing

Berlin opened new vaccination centers in order to accommodate people seeking a Covid booster shot. Credit...Sean Gallup/Getty ImagesA familiar ...

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Sports

Tiger Woods Rules Out a Full-Time Return to the PGA Tour

Tiger Woods hopes to play on the PGA Tour again, though never as a full-time player, something he called “an…

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Business

An Auto Show for the Raddest Cars of the ’80s and ’90s

Everything was awesome. The music was fresh, the movies were dope and the hair was big. The cars? Rad, then…

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World

Your Monday Briefing

Passengers in protective gear arriving at Incheon International Airport in South Korea on Sunday.Credit...Yonhap/EPA, via ShutterstockThe world ...

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World

Your Monday Briefing

Good morning. We’re covering the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, a shadow war between Israel and Iran and Iraqis trying…

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Sports

For Ku Stevens, Running Is a ‘Profound Act’

Watching Ku Stevens fly along the cross-country course in Nevada was like watching a movie play out. He is the…

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World

Laszlo Z. Bito, Scientist, Novelist and Philanthropist, Dies at 87

Laszlo Bito, a research scientist who fled communist oppression in Hungary, discovered a breakthrough treatment for glaucoma while at Columbia…

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