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War and Sanctions Threaten to Thrust Russia’s Economy Back in Time

While Russia’s economy has not collapsed, an exodus of Western companies is eroding hard-won progress, and experts say the worst…

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Bob McGrath, Longtime ‘Sesame Street’ Star, Dies at 90

He was an original cast member who, for nearly half a century, played a sweater-clad and easygoing music teacher who…

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A New Clash Between Faith and Gay Rights Arrives at a Changed Supreme Court

A Colorado graphic designer says she has a First Amendment right to refuse to create websites for same-sex weddings despite…

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John Corry, Former Times Reporter and TV Critic, Dies at 89

Among his best known articles were one that helped clear a man of killing his mother and one that disputed…

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Business

He’s the Bad Boy of Chess. But Did He Cheat?

The day before he beat the greatest chess player in the world, Hans Niemann was a curly-haired 19-year-old American known…

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‘We Chose a Bench Beneath Good Lighting for Safety’s Sake’

A special seat in Union Square Park, impatience overheard and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s…

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Newyork

The Chinese Dream, Denied

The world’s harshest Covid restrictions exemplify how Xi Jinping’s authoritarian excesses have rewritten Beijing’s longstanding social contract with its people.

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Sports

Capturing SEC Title, Georgia Gets the Bizarre Breaks L.S.U. Usually Loves

An interception off a helmet? A touchdown after a blocked field goal? They helped fuel No. 1 Georgia’s win and,…

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Hometown of Tyler Adams, U.S. Captain, Still Proud Even With Loss

Schoolmates, friends and others packed a pub early to watch their hometown hero, Tyler Adams, lead the United States men’s…

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Two Children Died, Thousands Can Be Helped

This article is part of Times Opinion’s Holiday Giving Guide 2022. Read more about the guide in a note from…

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