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Serve a Full Thanksgiving Meal on an L Train? Just Watch Them

Serve a Full Thanksgiving Meal on an L Train? Just Watch Them

A posting of a video of the meal on TikTok garnered more than 152,000 likes.
TikTok Blocks Teen Who Posted About China’s Detention Camps

TikTok Blocks Teen Who Posted About China’s Detention Camps

The app faced renewed questions about whether it censors material after it removed an American’s video about Muslims in China.
It’s Not Just Poor White People Driving a Decline in Life Expectancy

It’s Not Just Poor White People Driving a Decline in Life Expectancy

A new study shows that death rates increased for middle-aged people of all racial and ethnic groups.
Russia’s Doping Violations Are Cheating Its Own Athletes

Russia’s Doping Violations Are Cheating Its Own Athletes

The continuing defiance of Russian officials has condemned the athletes to global suspicion and ostracism.
Living in Dark Mode

Living in Dark Mode

I look at Hong Kong and wonder whether this is what the end of the world feels like.
Trump Says U.S. Will Designate Drug Cartels in Mexico as Terrorist Groups

Trump Says U.S. Will Designate Drug Cartels in Mexico as Terrorist Groups

The comments, made in an interview with the former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, came three weeks after nine American citizens, including six children, were killed in Mexico.
C.D.C. Reports More E. Coli Illnesses Linked to Romaine Lettuce

C.D.C. Reports More E. Coli Illnesses Linked to Romaine Lettuce

The agency said the outbreak had affected 19 states and resulted in 39 people being hospitalized.
In White House Turkey Ceremony, President’s Impeachment Jokes Hit Close to the Bone

In White House Turkey Ceremony, President’s Impeachment Jokes Hit Close to the Bone

“Democrats are accusing me of being too soft on Turkey,” Mr. Trump said in pardoning two white fowls named Bread and Butter.
The World-Shaking News That You’re Missing

The World-Shaking News That You’re Missing

The U.S.-China divide isn’t just about trade.
What a Witch Hunt Really Looks Like

What a Witch Hunt Really Looks Like

In 1692, in Salem, Mass., we also witnessed the courage required to stop one.
Pete Buttigieg Responds to Uproar Over Past Comments on Minority Students

Pete Buttigieg Responds to Uproar Over Past Comments on Minority Students

Michael Harriot, who wrote a scathing essay about Mr. Buttigieg in The Root, said his goal was to point out that “the ignoring and whitewashing of the issues, and trying to remain appealing to
Posts Claiming R. Kelly Abuse Are Taken Down

Posts Claiming R. Kelly Abuse Are Taken Down

Saying it could not verify the writer’s identity, the website Patreon deleted posts in which someone claiming to be a longtime girlfriend of the singer said he had abused her.
Trump Knew of Whistle-Blower Complaint When He Released Aid to Ukraine

Trump Knew of Whistle-Blower Complaint When He Released Aid to Ukraine

White House lawyers briefed President Trump in late August about the complaint, people familiar with the matter said.
Sweet Potatoes Are Overrated. Turducken Is Performative.

Sweet Potatoes Are Overrated. Turducken Is Performative.

New York Times Food editors and writers serve their hottest takes on Thanksgiving.
Trump’s Tax Truce With France Expires, but the Path Ahead Remains Unclear

Trump’s Tax Truce With France Expires, but the Path Ahead Remains Unclear

The end of a 90-day pause on the taxation of technology companies and other corners of the digital economy raised questions of whether the president would revive threats against French wine.
Michael Bloomberg Has Used His Fortune to Help Republicans, Too

Michael Bloomberg Has Used His Fortune to Help Republicans, Too

A supporter of progressive priorities like gun control and climate change, Mr. Bloomberg has also given millions to Republicans he felt shared his goals, irritating some Democrats.
Jared Kushner Fails Up, Again

Jared Kushner Fails Up, Again

Having solved the Middle East, the president’s son-in-law tackles the border wall.
Why Fifth Avenue Is Amping Up Its Holiday Windows

Why Fifth Avenue Is Amping Up Its Holiday Windows

The shopping district has empty stores. Short term, this means more window displays. Long term? Hmm.
Ralph Lawler Does Not Need a Microphone to Shout About the Clippers

Ralph Lawler Does Not Need a Microphone to Shout About the Clippers

The former longtime Los Angeles Clippers broadcaster has retired to Oregon with his wife, “Sweet Jo,” but the team is still on his mind.