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A Small Town Gave Up Tackle Football. It Came Storming Back.
(November 16 20:37) Nytimes.com
A community’s struggle with when children should play tackle football reflects a broader debate over the sport and who is left playing it.
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U.S. Secretly Expelled Chinese Officials Suspected of Spying After Breach of Military Base
Chinese Embassy officials trespassed onto a Virginia base that is home to Special Operations forces. Their expulsions added to tensions between Washington and Beijing.
Prime Leverage: How Amazon Wields Power in the Technology World
Software start-ups have a phrase for what Amazon is doing to them: ‘strip-mining’ them of their innovations.
Impeachment, Britain, Heisman Trophy: Your Weekend Briefing
Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.
Anna Karina, Star of French New Wave Cinema, Is Dead at 79
The actress made dozens of films, in addition to pursuing a singing career and writing four novels.
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The World Wants More Danish TV Than Denmark Can Handle
The streaming boom has led to huge international demand for shows from this tiny country, but there aren’t enough professionals to produce them.
A Park Shed Its Reputation. Then Came the Tessa Majors Murder.
The deadly stabbing of Ms. Majors, a college student, rekindled fears about Morningside Park near Columbia University.
(December 14 23:38) Nytimes.com
Man Accused of Smacking Reporter’s Rear on Live TV Is Charged
Alex Bozarjian was reporting on a race in Savannah, Ga., when a passing runner slapped her behind. A video clip of the episode shared on Twitter provoked outrage.
Felix G. Rohatyn, Financier Who Piloted New York’s Rescue, Dies at 91
An immigrant from war-ravaged Europe, Mr. Rohatyn reached the apex of Wall Street and the inner circles of government and commerce.
She’s 16 and Wants to Be President: Meet the Teenagers Planning Their Campaigns
Research shows that Generation Z is the first in which women are more likely than their male peers to be engaged in politics. Here’s what some of them told us. ...
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