New York Times

  1. Why Retailers Are Trying Extra Hard to Woo Holiday Shoppers
    With an economic slowdown a distinct possibility, stores hope customers’ willingness to open their wallets will last through the season.
  2. Deadly Fire in China Fuels Protests Over Xi’s Covid Policies
    Protests became rare once the government cut off most routes to collective action. But ubiquitous Covid rules, bringing shared suffering, have created a focus for anger.
  3. Finance Companies Target Exonerated Prisoners With High Interest Advances
    Many former prisoners are broke until state settlements arrive. Tiding them over has become a niche market for finance firms. An investment can reap 33 percent interest.
  4. Germany Meets the Moment and Keeps its World Cup Hopes Alive
    A sin
  5. As Gen X and Boomers Age, They Confront Living Alone
    More older Americans are living by themselves than ever before. That shift presents issues on housing, health care and personal finance.
  6. In Ukraine, Bakhmut Becomes a Bloody Vortex for 2 Militaries
    Even as they have celebrated successes elsewhere, Ukrainian forces in one small eastern city have endured relentless Russian attacks. And the struggle to hold it is only intensifying.
  7. Ukraine’s Progress Threatened by the Challenges of Winter Weather
    Officials urged Ukrainians to continue conserving energy, as analysts said that deteriorating weather was one factor slowing Ukraine’s battlefield progress.
  8. Thomas James: Another Patron Who Subdued Assailant at Club Q
    Thomas James, a Navy officer, knocked down the attacker along with an Army veteran.
  9. Beauty Over Brains: Japan’s Skin-Deep University Pageants
    The contests reflect a culture that often judges women by their appearance and slots them into rigid, gender-defined roles.
  10. ​How Britain Turned ‘Modern Slavery’ Law Against Low-Level Drug Dealers
    A law written to prevent human trafficking is being wielded against low-level drug dealers. The effects are long-lasting.
  11. The Exceptionally American Problem of Rising Roadway Deaths
    Why other rich nations have surpassed the U.S. in protecting pedestrians, cyclists and motorists.
  12. Marijuana Pardons Affect Just a Sliver of Those Swept Up in the War on Drugs
    President Biden’s pardons for thousands of Americans convicted of possessing marijuana don’t apply to state charges or many immigrants at risk of deportation.
  13. The Tiny Dancers Who Make ‘The Nutcracker’ Sparkle
    In New York City Ballet’s production this year, the children, most of them new to the show, are back to normal. Pint-size, that is.
  14. Naftali Bennett on Being Israel’s Prime Minister
    The world is more polarized than ever. We presented a model of cooperation and unity, of transcending your tribe for the good of your nation.
  15. Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift and the Reality of Imperfection
    A new documentary on Selena Gomez is the latest to lift the veil.
  16. How to Talk to a Widow
    Please, don’t email a widow with sympathy and then just disappear. There is no timetable for us moving on.
  17. Idle Crypto Is the Devil’s Workshop
    Sam Bankman-Fried’s downfall is spectacular and interesting, but it’s really nothing new.
  18. Encore: When Two Open Marriages Collide
    They had agreed to have other romantic partners on the side. A tragic accident put their arrangement front and center.
  19. Holiday Gift Ideas From The Veggie
    Vegan chocolate bars, dreamy cookbooks and more small luxuries to give this year, as well as some ideas for your Thanksgiving leftovers.
  20. Did You Quit Your Job in the Last Year? We Want to Hear About It.
    We are specifically interested in hearing from parents, people whose relationships were affected and those who quit because of burnout.

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