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Today β€” June 17th 2019Your RSS feeds

Marijuana Damages Young Brains

By Kenneth L. Davis and Mary Jeanne Kreek

States that legalize it should set a minimum age of 25 or older.

A Radical Plan to Fix the Dollar

By Robert E. Scott

Elizabeth Warren and Donald Trump agree on at least one thing: America’s currency problems are hurting workers.

The Mets Get Plenty of Hits, and Not Enough Runs, in a Loss to St. Louis

By Kevin Armstrong

On a bad day for the Mets, Jason Vargas left the game with hamstring tightness. Things could get worse as they head out on the road.

Food App Couriers Exploit Migrants Desperate for Work in France

By Liz Alderman

Some contractors are dealing with rate cuts by leasing their accounts to immigrants, many of them underage or in the country illegally, and taking part of their pay.

The Best Team in the World. And the Second-Best.

By Andrew Keh

Despite seven changes to the starting lineup that crushed Thailand, the United States won easily, qualifying for the knockout stage.

As Downtowns Prosper, Voters Ask Mayors: What About My Neighborhood?

By John Eligon and Mitch Smith

In places like Kansas City, a growing gap between a booming downtown and struggling neighborhoods can breed resentment. Both candidates in the city’s mayoral election have promised to address it.

LeBron James and the Lakers Are All In for a Wide-Open 2019-20

By Scott Cacciola

A trade for Anthony Davis comes with enormous long-term risks, but Los Angeles has never been a place for patience.

Yesterday β€” June 16th 2019Your RSS feeds

O.J. Simpson says he will use social media to 'set the record straight'

By Frank Miles

O.J. Simpson vowed he will use social media to “set the record straight,” in a video the notorious figure posted to his new Twitter account Saturday night.

O.J. Simpson says he will use social media to 'set the record straight'

By Frank Miles

O.J. Simpson vowed he will use social media to “set the record straight,” in a video the notorious figure posted to his new Twitter account Saturday night.

Protesters Return to Hong Kong’s Streets, Rejecting Leader’s Apology

By Daniel Victor and Keith Bradsher

Protesters dismissed the apology by Carrie Lam as insincere and called for her resignation among a growing list of demands.

Phoenix Mayor Apologizes After Officers Draw Guns on Family Over Report of Stolen Doll

By Mihir Zaveri and Sandra E. Garcia

A family has taken the first step to file a lawsuit against Phoenix police after they say officers threatened to shoot them during a shoplifting investigation.

Burglary suspect caught, had machete wound inflicted by boy

By JONATHAN DREW

Authorities in North Carolina say a home invasion suspect fought off by an 11-year-old with a machete has left the hospital and is on the loose.

Trump Campaign to Purge Pollsters After Leak of Dismal Results

By Peter Baker and Maggie Haberman

Just two days before President Trump is set to kick off his re-election campaign, his team was cutting ties with three pollsters as part of an effort to prevent further leaks.

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