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Cruise Line Bans Woman Who Climbed on Balcony Railing for Selfie
(October 20 08:43) Nytimes.com
The episode is emblematic of the selfie culture in which some people have died trying to get the ultimate photo.
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The seamstresses of Chanel, Dior and more formed a network to make face masks in quarantine. They’re not done working together.
‘Their Goal Is the End of America’
What President Trump’s divisive speech at Mount Rushmore reveals about his re-election campaign.
Hong Kong Security Law Sets Stage for Global Internet Fight
As the city grapples with new restrictions on online speech, American tech giants are on the front line of a clash between China and the United States over the internet’s ...
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Federal employees are being ushered back to office buildings under inconsistent and conflicting reopening plans, against the wishes of leaders in the nation’s capital.
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(July 06 22:44) Nytimes.com
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Won’t Cross the Border for Washington Summit
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Google, Facebook and Twitter said they were reviewing China’s punitive new national security law for the city, a rare public questioning of Chinese policy by major American tech companies.
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