New York Times

Stopping to smell the flowers with the last great intellectual talk-show host.
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False rumors set Buddhist against Muslim in Sri Lanka, the most recent in a global spate of violence fanned by social media.
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The dire existence of young athletes in Madison, Ind.: “You just can’t believe this is all happening in one small community.”
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In the movie, “I, Tonya,” the disgraced figure skater looks back on the 1994 Nancy Kerrigan scandal and her struggles to tell her side of the story.
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Decades after the company tried to tackle sexual misconduct at two Chicago plants, continued abuse raises questions about the possibility of change.
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Two mountain climbers died near the top of Mount Everest in 2016. Their bodies lay frozen there for a year. Then a journey began to bring them home.
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With Twitter as his Excalibur, the president takes on his doubters, powered by long spells of cable news and a dozen Diet Cokes. But if Mr. Trump h...
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The British pop singer, who has a new album, tried to come out on his own terms. But now he’s listening.
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A self-help organization in Albany called Nxivm has begun to unravel as members reveal disturbing practices and fears of blackmail.
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Abraham never fit in. Hisham finally felt at home. Then their worlds collided in western Arkansas.
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A high-powered Silicon Valley attorney dies. His ex-wife investigates, and finds a web of drug abuse in his profession.
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Travis Kalanick’s drive to win in life has led to a pattern of risk-taking that has at times put his ride-hailing company on the brink of implosion.
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A Hollywood studio artist, painter, printmaker, calligrapher and maker of fantastical kites, Mr. Wong was one of the most celebrated Chinese-Americ...
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The Golden State Warriors coach draws from the assassination of his father to make sense of a complicated world.
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Mr. Castro brought the Cold War to the Western Hemisphere, bedeviled 11 American presidents and briefly pushed the world to the brink of nuclear war.
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Mr. Ocean is restless and more than happy to drape himself in shadows. Here, he talks about being elusive, making music and regaining control of hi...
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Over 703 miles, a hardy band of pain enthusiasts tested the limits of both mind and body at the Quintuple Anvil Triathlon — five Ironman-length rac...
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Baseball scouts used to scrutinize Maury Lerner’s every move. Then F.B.I. agents were the ones watching.
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Interviews reveal unwelcome advances, a shrewd reliance on ambition, and unsettling workplace conduct over decades.
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Many turn to panning for black-market gold in the watery pits of mines, where mosquitoes infect them. Once they return home to recover, the disease...
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