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Craft Brewers Lighten Up and Take Aim at the β€˜Sweaty Consumer’

By Matthew Sedacca

Smaller breweries are responding to the demands of consumers more concerned with health and active lifestyles than they are with hops or high alcohol content.

With Kawhi Leonard, the Raptors Find Success That Endures

By Alex Wong

The Raptors have been abandoned by their biggest stars, and they traded the one who wanted to stay. But Leonard has kept a successful run going longer than anyone before.

Craft Brewers Lighten Up and Take Aim at the β€˜Sweaty Consumer’

By Matthew Sedacca

Smaller breweries are responding to the demands of consumers more concerned with health and active lifestyles than they are with hops or high alcohol content.

Green Bay Packers’ Quarterback Bart Starr

Bart Starr, as the earnest and determined leader of the great Green Bay teams of the 1960s, became one of the most accomplished quarterbacks in history.

Your Best Tips for a Better Uber or Lyft Trip

By David Pogue

When we asked you for your best tips for better ridesharing trips, dozens of drivers and fellow passengers replied. Here are the best tips we heard.

Are Video Games the Best New Social Network?

By Peter Suderman

They are no longer lonely pursuits for recluses. A wave of new games are designed to be a way to hang out with friends.

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Nike Says It Will End Financial Penalties for Pregnant Athletes

By Kevin Draper

In response to criticism, the company said it would waive performance-pay reductions for 12 months for athletes “who decide to have a baby.”

Nike Says It Will End Financial Penalties for Pregnant Athletes

By Kevin Draper

In response to criticism, the company said it would waive performance-pay reductions for 12 months for athletes “who decide to have a baby.”

Can Black Voters Propel a White Mayor to the Presidency?

By Jeffery C. Mays

Bill de Blasio’s multiracial family was a campaign asset in his run for mayor of New York in 2013. Can he repeat that strategy on the 2020 trail?

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