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The needle is back. Here’s how it works.

The needle is an innovative forecasting tool that was created by The New York Times and debuted in 2016. It…

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World

Does ChatGPT Mean Robots Are Coming For the Skilled Jobs?

Will robots take away our jobs? People have been asking that question for an astonishingly long time. The Regency-era British…

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House Jan. 6 Committee to Issue Criminal Referrals, Chairman Says

Speaking before a formal decision had been made, Representative Bennie Thompson said his panel had not agreed on who would…

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Arts

‘Stomp’ to Close in New York in January

The long-running stage show has been a part of the city’s theatrical landscape for nearly 29 years.

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Health

Margaret Atwood Offers Her Vision of Utopia

Margaret Atwood is one of the world’s foremost writers of dystopian literature, having imagined such worst-case horrors as a theocracy…

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Arts

Review: ‘The Far Country’ Brings a Neglected History Closer

Early 20th-century San Francisco and Guangdong, China, overlap in Lloyd Suh’s artful examination of the emotional price of immigration.

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World

Trump Organization Jury Is Considering a Momentous Decision

Its verdict could have a sweeping impact on the former president’s company and affect the standing of Manhattan’s district attorney.

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Arts

11 Ways I Escaped Reality This Year

Our critic was haunted, in a good way, by the performances she saw in movies, theater and TV that offered…

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Business

‘Innovation Hubs’ Aim to Lift Distressed Areas. Congress Just Has to Fund Them.

A new report suggests where 20 newly created research centers could best revitalize struggling economies and accelerate new technologies

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Arts

‘Fat Ham,’ a Pulitzer-Winning Riff on ‘Hamlet,’ Is Broadway-Bound

The play, by James Ijames, will be at the American Airlines Theater starting March 21.

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