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The Future of Balenciaga Is on the Line

And everything else you need to know to hold forth on fashion month at a cocktail party.

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In Rural Ukraine, Medicine and Hope Roll In on a Truck

Young mothers gather with baby carriages in the morning chill and exchange village gossip while waiting to visit a health…

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With One More Title, the Eagles Would Finally Match the A’s

Despite having left town in 1954, the Athletics, with five championships, are still Philadelphia’s most decorated team. The Eagles could…

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Kyrie Irving Says He Wants to Change His Narrative in Dallas

After his first practice with the Dallas Mavericks since being traded from the Nets, Kyrie Irving said he felt nothing…

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Is Greater Than Any Basketball Record

His N.B.A. career scoring record has been broken, but his legacy of activism and his expansion of Black athlete identity…

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New York Hails Maestro as a ‘Monstro’ and a Boon to Young Musicians

The naming of Gustavo Dudamel to lead the New York Philharmonic elicited national pride among Venezuelans and excitement among those…

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House G.O.P. Leads Constitution Read-Aloud, Seeking an Edge on Patriotism    

A 43-minute recitation of the document fulfilled a promise Republicans made last year, and followed several acts of performative patriotism…

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the Queen of Having It Both Ways

I keep hearing and reading that many Republican leaders want to move on from Donald Trump. I can’t imagine why.…

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Charles Silverstein, 87, Dies; Helped Destigmatize Homosexuality

He was at the forefront in persuading the American Psychiatric Association to reassess its classification of homosexuality as a mental…

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Pentagon Lifts Trump-Era Ban on Release of Guantánamo Prisoners’ Art

The Trump administration called detainee art U.S. government property and halted most releases. Lawyers never mounted an intellectual property case.

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