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Today β€” September 18th 2020Your RSS feeds

Stop Begging Corporations to Behave

By Binyamin Appelbaum

Fifty years after Milton Friedman blessed corporate greed, liberals are still trying to rebut his arguments. They’re fighting the wrong battle.

Yesterday β€” September 17th 2020Your RSS feeds

Candace Parker Wants You to Know She’s Not Done Yet

By Dorothy J. Gentry

“Legacy is something people talk about when it’s all said and done, but legacy is created in the moment, in the present,” said Parker, the Los Angeles Sparks star.

Candace Parker Wants You to Know She’s Not Done Yet

By Dorothy J. Gentry

“Legacy is something people talk about when it’s all said and done, but legacy is created in the moment, in the present,” said Parker, the Los Angeles Sparks star.

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How to Die (Without Really Trying)

By George Yancy

A conversation with the religious scholar Brook Ziporyn on Taoism, life and what might come after.

Nuggets Surprise Clippers in Game 7

By Scott Cacciola

A Clippers season of high expectations ended in Game 7.

Can Steven Cohen’s Billions Solve the Mets’ Problems? Not So Fast

By Tyler Kepner

Major League Baseball is filled with cautionary tales about the danger of assuming money alone can build a consistent winner. Just ask the Angels.

In Denying Minimizing Threat of Virus, Trump Again Downplays Pandemic

By Peter Baker

President Trump presented a view of the pandemic radically at odds with the view of public health officials, insisting again that the virus would disappear on its own.

Can Steven Cohen’s Billions Solve the Mets’ Problems? Not So Fast

By Tyler Kepner

Major League Baseball is filled with cautionary tales about the danger of assuming money alone can build a consistent winner. Just ask the Angels.

Taylor Rooks Gets the N.B.A. Interviews That Go Viral

By Shauntel Lowe

Rooks, a host at Bleacher Report, said being a Black woman in sports journalism has its challenges, but her approach — capturing players’ full humanity — gives her an edge.

Taylor Rooks Gets the N.B.A. Interviews That Go Viral

By Shauntel Lowe

Rooks, a host at Bleacher Report, said being a Black woman in sports journalism has its challenges, but her approach — capturing players’ full humanity — gives her an edge.

The Perfect Moment for Vegan Tacos

By Tejal Rao

Hibiscus asada, vegetable trompos and nutty chorizos — thanks to creative cooks in Los Angeles, meatless tacos are thriving in the pandemic era.

With Nissan’s Carlos Ghosn Gone, Greg Kelly Faces Trial Alone

By Ben Dooley

Japanese prosecutors say the former car executive helped Ghosn conceal his pay. For the world, the country’s court system itself could face judgment.

W.N.B.A. Playoff Preview: Don’t Crown the Seattle Storm Yet

By Tamryn Spruill

The Las Vegas Aces swept their regular-season series with Seattle, but the Storm can’t be discounted as long as they have Sue Bird — and don’t forget the Los Angeles Sparks.

W.N.B.A. Playoff Preview: Don’t Crown the Seattle Storm Yet

By Tamryn Spruill

The Las Vegas Aces swept their regular-season series with Seattle, but the Storm can’t be discounted as long as they have Sue Bird — and don’t forget the Los Angeles Sparks.

Why The Clippers Are Blowing Their Best Opportunity

By Scott Cacciola

The Clippers finally have the expectations, and the talent, for a deep postseason run. But inconsistent play has them on the brink of elimination.

Why The Clippers Are Blowing Their Best Opportunity

By Scott Cacciola

The Clippers finally have the expectations, and the talent, for a deep postseason run. But inconsistent play has them on the brink of elimination.

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