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Wonking Out: How the Remote Work Craze Made Housing Affordability Worse

When you’re telling stories about the economy, housing almost always looms large. It plays a huge role in the economy’s…

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Why Negan and Maggie Aren’t Ready to Leave ‘The Walking Dead’

Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Lauren Cohan have been surviving the zombie apocalypse for a long time. As Negan and Maggie,…

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PARIS — Gabriela Hearst of Chloé is really, really excited about nuclear fusion. You know: the reaction that occurs when…

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Bright Young Things, Revisited: War Clouds a Childhood Idyll

THE WHALEBONE THEATRE, by Joanna Quinn Whales loom large not just in the ocean but in landlocked imaginations: these mysterious…

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Wrinkles, Wrinkles Everywhere, but They Look So Good

PARIS — The cavernous Stade Jean-Bouin, the rugby arena in the 16th Arrondissement, was heaving late Wednesday night. Around 7,000…

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The Lesbian Perez Hilton of TikTok

For a particular corner of the internet, the world ended this summer. Several internet-famous WLW couples — an abbreviation for…

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I Escaped Poverty, but Hunger Still Haunts Me

About three months after I was born, my father was incarcerated. As a toddler, I was poor but housed. Mom…

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Dating Is Broken. Going Retro Could Fix It.

Among the traditional rites of an All-American high school experience is the taking — and judging — of yearbook photos,…

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What’s the Key to Understanding Donald J. Trump? Start With Queens.

CONFIDENCE MAN: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America, by Maggie Haberman Donald Trump is too much…

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‘Sesame Street: The Musical’ Review: Everything’s A-OK

Bert has stage fright, Ernie has wandered off to take a bath, and a certain blue gourmand has already eaten…

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