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From The Sunday Read Archive: ‘The Accusation’
One writer undertook an examination of the truth, at a moment when facts seemed malleable.
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Carne Adobada (Chile-Marinated Steak) Recipe
Here, the steak is paired with a nice piquant roasted red pepper relish, which complements the deep flavors of the marinated meat.
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Voting Rights, Afghanistan, Mother’s Day: Your Weekend Briefing
Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.
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Times Square Shooting Injures Woman and Child, Police Say
The police said that the child and two other victims, both women, were expected to survive.
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More Vaccines Near Approval, but Global Drive Could Remain Stalled
As the campaign to vaccinate the world flounders, experts warn it will take more to reverse the trend. Here’s the latest on the pandemic.
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Cyberattack Forces a Shutdown of a Top U.S. Pipeline Operator
The operator of the system, Colonial Pipeline, said it had shut down its 5,500 miles of pipeline, which takes refined gasoline and jet fuel along the East Coast.
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Where Ukrainians Are Preparing for All-Out War With Russia
A dried-up canal running from Ukraine into Russian-occupied Crimea is emerging as one of Europe’s main flash points.
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N.C.A.A. Chief, Pressured by State Laws, Pushes to Let Athletes Cash In
Five states are poised to allow college athletes to profit from their fame starting on July 1, and the N.C.A.A.’s leader says the association is preparing to respond.
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The Separate Worlds of Bill and Melinda Gates
They built an empire that was essential in the pandemic. Now, their impending divorce makes personal a shift that confidants say was well underway in their philanthropic roles.
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Marooned at Mar-a-Lago, Trump Still Has Iron Grip on Republicans
The vilification of Liz Cheney and a bizarre vote recount in Arizona showed the damage from his assault on a bedrock of democracy: election integrity.
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Got Masks? Here's What to Do With Them.
As more people are vaccinated and guidelines around mask wearing are easing, some are finding ways to preserve, repurpose and recycle their face coverings.
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Roger Federer on His New Gig: Swiss Tourism Spokesman
In his new role, the tennis champion and avowed chocolate lover, shares favorite places to hike, play tennis and eat in his home country.
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Four former Minneapolis police officers are indicted on charges of violating George Floyd’s civil rights.
The charges are another extraordinary censuring of law enforcement officials, who rarely face criminal charges for using deadly force.
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The Stock Market Loves Biden More Than Trump. So Far, at Least.
Stocks have soared under the new president, and the Dow has generally preferred Democrats since 1901. But don’t count on that for the future.
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