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They Pay $500 a Month for a Loft in Brooklyn

You're reading the New York Today newsletter.  Local reporting on the stories that define the city. Plus weather, upcoming events, Metropolitan…

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Business

The Crypto World Is on Edge After a String of Hacks

Not long after dropping out of college to pursue a career in cryptocurrencies, Ben Weintraub woke up to some bad…

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At 91, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott Still Wants to Tell You a Story

TOMALES, Calif. — At a friend’s rustic home in a tiny village about an hour north of San Francisco, Ramblin’…

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Iran Has Lost Sight of Its Greatest Asset: Women

Growing up in Southern Iran and Southern California, I had the pleasure of having a father who loved to tell…

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Cuba slowly starts restoring power after the entire island was blacked out.

Cuban authorities began restoring electricity to the island’s grid on Wednesday, but warned Cubans that the process would be slow…

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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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Our Correspondents on the Biggest Music, Shows and Books in Their Parts of the World

Supported by Continue reading the main storyOur Correspondents on the Biggest Music, Shows and Books in Their Parts of the…

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Sex Assault Trial in U.S. a Rare Moment for Chinese #MeToo Movement

Liu Jingyao is not the first young woman to accuse a powerful Chinese businessman of rape. She is not the…

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Zambia and Its New President Are Still on Their Honeymoon

LUSAKA, Zambia — Just over a year ago, Zambia had defaulted on its debts. Inflation was skyrocketing. The currency was…

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Sports

A Passing Record Even Marino, Manning and Brady Haven’t Touched

It’s the N.F.L.’s most confoundingly persistent record. On a pleasant Friday evening in the early fall of 1951, Los Angeles…

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