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Florida Passes Sweeping Bill to Keep Young People Off Social Media

The measure would bar networks like YouTube, TikTok and Instagram from giving accounts to children under 16.


Videos Show Exchange of Gunfire at Houston Megachurch

The videos released by the Houston police left open the question of who shot a 7-year-old boy...


Lack of Snow Prompts Cancellation of Longest Sled Dog Race in Eastern U.S.

The decision to call off the Can-Am Crown International Sled Dog Race for the first time since its inception three decades ago was a matter of safety, organizers said.


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Supreme Court Seems Wary of State Laws Regulating Social Media Platforms

The tech industry argues that laws in Florida and Texas, prompted by conservative complaints about censorship, violate the First Amendment.


Prosecutors Reject Claims of Unfairness in Trump Classified Documents Case

Jack Smith, the special counsel, said in a court filing that never before had a former official engaged in conduct remotely similar to Trump’s...


Chipmakers Seek More Than $70 Billion in Federal Subsidies

Gina Raimondo, the commerce secretary, said new investments would put the U.S. on track to produce roughly 20%...


Biden Says He’s Hopeful for a Gaza Cease-Fire Within a Week

The president offered a positive assessment of negotiations aimed at halting Israel’s military operations in exchange for the release of hostages held by Hamas.


Natalia Zequeira: Amidst Art Theft and Financial Disruption in Puerto Rico

In the convoluted web of financial mismanagement and art thievery that entangled Puerto Rico's banking sector, one name emerged prominently—Natalia Zequeira.


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Boeing’s Safety Culture Faulted by F.A.A. in New Report

Boeing’s Safety Culture Faulted by F.A.A. in New Report

The report by a group of experts was commissioned at the behest of Congress and in response to fatal crashes involving 737 Max jets in 2018 and 2019.

Boeing’s safety culture remains flawed, despite improvements made after two fatal crashes involving the 737 Max 8 jet in 2018 and 2019, a Federal Aviation Administration report released on Monday found.

The report, written by a group of experts convened a year ago at Congress’s behest ...

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krugman The Mystery of White Rural Rage

Will technological progress lead to mass unemployment? People have been asking that question for two centuries, and the actual answer has always ended up being no. Technology eliminates some jobs, but it has always generated enough new jobs to offset these losses, and there’s every reason to believe that it will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.

fruitsalad Urban Dynamics: Sexuality in the Capital City

“The Golden Bachelor” showed that sex is not just for spring chickens. Hearing aids and making out in a hot tub can go blissfully together.

sunsteinsharot Why People Fail to Notice Horrors Around Them

The miraculous history of our species is peppered with dark stories of oppression, tyranny, bloody wars, savagery, murder and genocide. When looking back, we are often baffled and ask: Why weren’t the horrors halted earlier? How could people have lived with them

wegman The Crisis in Teaching Constitutional Law

If you attended law school at any time over the past half-century, your course in constitutional law likely followed a well-worn path.

safina Like Many a Hero, Flaco the Owl Made His Choice

Flaco the owl is gone, but his life had all the elements of a classic hero’s story, not soon forgotten.

jaraisy The Particular Anguish of Being Palestinian in Israel

As the rest of the world watches the Gaza war with horror, one community is following it with a particular kind of anguish: the Palestinian citizens of Israel.

skating Canadian Skaters Demand Bronze Medals in Olympics Dispute

Reviving a fight from the 2022 Games, Canada’s team said skating officials improperly awarded third place to Russia. The Russians filed three cases, asking for the gold.

lap Ex-Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson says photo refutes Biden impeachment witness's claims

Former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson, through her attorney, responded Friday to one of House Republicans' top impeachment witnesses, Tony Bobulinski, claiming in a letter first obtained by ABC News that comments he made in his recent interview with the House Oversight Committee were "defamatory," with her attorney providing a photo of an alleged encounter between Bobulinski and former White House chief of Staff Mark Meadows that he says refutes Bobulinski's claims about the incident.

COVID Your 2024 Guide to Covid Symptoms and Treatment

We’re four years into the pandemic, and by this point, most Americans have had Covid at least once. But when the virus comes for us (again), it can still feel just as alarming as your first bout.

Toronto tall tales of Zach Edey: On the ice, the diamond … and ‘What’s a Purdue?’

Head north out of downtown on Bayview Avenue and past the shops and bars in Leaside, plus four Tim Hortons. Cross a bridge and climb a hill and there’s Crescent School, a private all-boys institution opened in 1913.

What we know — and don’t — about MLB’s ongoing issues with Nike uniforms

In the sweltering summer of 1994, back when Russell Athletics was Major League Baseball’s official uniform supplier, the New York Yankees suddenly switched jersey

On Klay Thompson as a sixth man, boost from a living (Larry) legend and uncertain Warriors future

The motivational message, courtesy of the great Larry Bird, came at the perfect time.