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Is It OK to Use Money Raised for a Child’s Cancer Care on a Car?
(April 14 11:33) Nytimes.com
The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on the limits of GoFundMe, whether to identify as L.G.B.T.Q. and unequal inheritances.
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A Sports Event Shouldn’t Be a Superspreader. Cancel the Olympics.
The International Olympic Committee cares about its relentless pursuit of profit, not public health.
For Clean Energy, Buy American or Buy It Quick and Cheap?
President Biden says slowing climate change will create jobs. Tension between unions and environmentalists shows it’s not so simple.
A Black Colonel Takes Command of a Key Marine Corps Brigade
The assignment gives Col. Anthony Henderson, whose promotion to brigadier general takes effect in July, further opportunity for advancement in a service that has had few African-American leaders.
Bill McCreary Dies at 87; Blazed Trail for Black Journalists on TV
He was hired at what became the Fox flagship station in New York in 1967, when there were few Black faces on the air, and became an Emmy-winning anchor.
Israel-Gaza, Spa shootings, Obesity drugs: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Queen's Speech: Johnson Presses Advantage in U.K. Government Program
The government plans laid out in the Queen’s Speech suggest that Prime Minister Boris Johnson intends to make full use of favorable political conditions.
Baffert Says Dermatitis Drug Caused Positive Betamethasone Test
The trainer acknowledged that it was neither cancel culture nor a conspiracy that caused the Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit’s positive drug test.
Biden Vows to ‘Disrupt and Prosecute’ Hackers Who Forced Shutdown of U.S. Pipeline
The attack by a relatively new criminal group believed to have roots in Eastern Europe exposed the remarkable vulnerability of key American infrastructure.
(May 11 07:59) Nytimes.com
A Wandering Tiger Unnerved Houston. The Man Who Fled With It Is a Murder Suspect.
A man fled with a Bengal tiger after the police responded to complaints from a Houston neighborhood where the wandering cat had startled homeowners, the authorities said.
(May 11 09:15) Nytimes.com
China's Census Shows Population Barely Grew in 10 Years as Births Plummet
A census shows the most sluggish growth in the population since the 1960s, fresh evidence of a looming demographic crisis that could complicate Beijing’s ambitions.
(May 11 10:07) Nytimes.com
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