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Wary Journalists Return to a Reopened South Carolina Newsroom

The Post and Courier, a Charleston daily, requires temperature checks at the door. An editor said she was fired after approving a . .

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As Baseball Squabbles Over Money, It Risks a ‘Disastrous’ Outcome

M.L.B. and the players’ union are at risk of turning a potential opportunity into “a gigantic negative,” Bob Costas said. Time is . .

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Contact Tracing Could Be Much Easier — but There Are Tradeoffs

Lots of new app ideas are emerging to track Covid-19, but each has issues around privacy, location accuracy and how much appeal . .

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George Floyd Protests Reignite Debate Over Confederate Statues

Dozens came down after a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017. Protesters outraged over the death of Mr. Floyd are . .

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The Videos That Rocked America. The Song That Knows Our Rage.

Awash in the ghastly video mosaic shot by black people’s cameraphones, I found myself doubled over the kitchen sink. Then a lyric . .

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N.B.A. Team Owners to Vote on 22-Team Plan to Resume Season

The plan, expected to be easily adopted on Thursday, would give six outside teams a chance to win their way into the . .

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Pope Francis Calls Unrest in U.S. ‘Disturbing’

The pope was the latest leader to speak out about social unrest in the United States after the death of George Floyd. . .

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Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Defends Mueller’s Appointment

During testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee, the former deputy attorney general Rod J. Rosenstein defended his decision to appoint Robert S. . .

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TikTok (Yes, TikTok) Is the Future

Whether serious or silly, TikTok is an outlet for expression unlike anything that came before. . .

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Cannes 2020: What Films Would Have Premiered at the Film Festival?

Though the event was scuttled by a global pandemic, organizers have released an official lineup with movies from Wes Anderson and others. . .

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Johnny Majors, 85, Winning Coach at Pittsburgh and Tennessee, Dies

A former star for Tennessee, he led Pitt to a national championship and coached the Volunteers for 16 seasons, only to be . .

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Stream These 15 Great Titles Before They Leave Netflix This Month

The list could have been twice as long. But this should help you prioritize. . .

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Trump Denies, Then Admits, Going to White House Bunker During Protest

During an interview with Fox News Radio, the president also again falsely claimed the MSNBC host Joe Scarborough “got away with murder.” . .

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Iditarod Champion and His Dogs Finally Make It Home

Thomas Waerner of Norway and his sled dogs flew home on a 1960s-era plane bound for an aviation museum after being stranded . .

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Trump Administration Selects Five Coronavirus Vaccine Candidates as Finalists

The White House is eager to project progress, but the public-private partnership it has created still faces scientific hurdles, internal tensions and . .

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Musicians Push Industry to Support Justice With Money, Not Hashtags

After the day of reflection #BlackoutTuesday, Warner Music announced a $100 million fund. Additional labels and tech platforms have promised unspecified contributions . .

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How the Coronavirus Is Changing Digital Etiquette

We’re watching the norms of using technology evolve in real time. Here’s how to keep up. . .

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Angelo Rottoli, Italian Boxer and Man About Town, Dies at 61

A five-time Italian heavyweight champion, he was a well-known figure in his northern Italian town. He died of the novel coronavirus. . .

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Snap Says It Will No Longer Promote Trump’s Account

The social media company’s decision follows Twitter’s moves to label Mr. Trump’s posts inaccurate or as inciting violence. . .

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