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The Long Road to Driverless Trucks

This article is part of our series on the Future of Transportation, which is exploring innovations and challenges that affect…

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King Charles Bank Notes Won’t Circulate Until Mid-2024

Currency emblazoned with the image of King Charles III is not expected to enter circulation until mid-2024, the Bank of…

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A New Shot Guards Against H.I.V., but Access for Africans Is Uncertain

SOWETO, South Africa — For seven years, a daily pill has been available in South Africa to protect people from…

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Lawmakers Propose Measure to Avert Government Shutdown This Week

WASHINGTON — Top lawmakers proposed a stopgap funding package on Monday night that would avert a government shutdown at the…

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Biden’s Student Loan Plan Has Issues

You're reading the Peter Coy newsletter, for Times subscribers only.  A veteran business and economics columnist unpacks the biggest headlines ...

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Film Academy’s Museum Connects With Visitors in First Year

The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures has been something that almost no one in Hollywood expected: an instant hit. After…

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A Show With a Cryptic Cryptic Title but No Code to Crack

The Belgian theater collective FC Bergman was still young when it landed an invitation to a prestigious festival in its…

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NASA Is About to Crash Into an Asteroid. Here’s How to Watch.

An asteroid minding its own business not too far from Earth is about to get knocked about by a visitor…

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The Nuclear Shadow Over the Ukraine War

At a 1985 banquet marking the 30th anniversary of National Review, with Ronald Reagan in attendance, William F. Buckley Jr.…

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Women’s Lives Put at Risk Under State Abortion Bans

To the Editor: Re “Can Exceptions to a Ban on Abortion Work?,” by Ross Douthat (column, Sept. 15): Mr. Douthat’s…

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