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Today β€” May 26th 2020Your RSS feeds

A Pandemic Bright Spot: In Many Places, Less Crime

By Neil MacFarquhar and Serge F. Kovaleski

The absence of people outdoors has produced a rare positive payoff in most American cities, big and small.

Yesterday β€” May 25th 2020Your RSS feeds

He Thought He Was Getting Football Physicals. He Was Being Abused.

By Alan Blinder

Chuck Christian played on some of Michigan’s best teams. More than 40 years later, he sees a connection between a university doctor’s assaults and a dire prognosis.

He Thought He Was Getting Football Physicals. He Was Being Abused.

By Alan Blinder

Chuck Christian played on some of Michigan’s best teams. More than 40 years later, he sees a connection between a university doctor’s assaults and a dire prognosis.

'Aggressive' Rats May Increase During Pandemic, C.D.C. Says

By Mariel Padilla

“They’re simply turning on each other” after being deprived of food and waste generated by restaurants that have closed during the pandemic, an expert said.

Florida Law Restricting Felon Voting Is Unconstitutional, Judge Rules

By Patricia Mazzei

A federal judge said the law would result in discrimination against felons who cannot afford to pay court fines and fees.

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Why the Call to Prayer Made Me Cry This Ramadan

By Abdi Latif Dahir

Abdi Latif Dahir, a New York Times reporter based in Nairobi, reflects on how the pandemic’s “gift of loneliness” reshaped the holy month.

The Drones Were Ready for This Moment

By Alex Williams

While humans hunker below, aerial robots are taking over as cops, street cleaners, medical assistants, delivery workers and soon — friends?

The Drones Were Ready for This Moment

By Alex Williams

While humans hunker below, aerial robots are taking over as cops, street cleaners, medical assistants, delivery workers and soon — friends?

A Case for Cooperation Between Machines and Humans

By John Markoff

A computer scientist argues that the quest for fully automated robots is misguided, perhaps even dangerous. His decades of warnings are gaining more attention.

Supreme Court Blocks Release of Full Mueller Report for Now

By Adam Liptak

The court put the case on a fast track, calling for the Justice Department to file a petition seeking review by June 1.

Steve Coogan Reaches the End of β€˜The Trip’

By Kathryn Shattuck

He plays a version of himself in the movie series, which is ending with “The Trip to Greece.” In reality “I’m not quite as precious as I come across. But there’s certainly a lot of truth in it.”

As Questions Grow Over His Activities, Pompeo Defends Firing of Watchdog

By Lara Jakes and Edward Wong

The secretary of state dismissed allegations including potential misuse of taxpayer resources as “crazy stuff,” and he lashed out at a Democratic senator who opened an inquiry into the firing.

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