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A Social Policy 'Framework' Fails to Secure a Biden Victory

A Social Policy 'Framework' Fails to Secure a Biden Victory

By Jonathan Weisman and Emily Cochrane

President Biden went to the Capitol to detail a compromise on social safety net and climate legislation, but he couldn't break the liberal blockade on another priority, infrastructure.

Andrew Cuomo Is Charged in Sexual Misconduct Complaint

Andrew Cuomo Is Charged in Sexual Misconduct Complaint

By Luis Ferré-Sadurní and Jonah E. Bromwich

Mr. Cuomo, the former governor of New York, resigned in August after a state attorney general report concluded that he had sexually harassed multiple women.

Facebook Renames Itself Meta

Facebook Renames Itself Meta

By Mike Isaac

The social network, under fire for spreading misinformation and other issues, said the change was part of its bet on a next digital frontier called the metaverse.

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Editors' Picks

The 37-Year-Olds Are Afraid of the 23-Year-Olds Who Work for Them

Business

The 37-Year-Olds Are Afraid of the 23-Year-Olds Who Work for Them

By Emma Goldberg

Twenty-somethings rolling their eyes at the habits of their elders is a longstanding trend, but many employers said there's a new boldness in the way Gen Z dictates taste.

The Right's Big Lie About a Sexual Assault in Virginia

Opinion | Michelle Goldberg

The Right's Big Lie About a Sexual Assault in Virginia

By Michelle Goldberg

An attack in a school bathroom had nothing to do with trans issues.

Today's Videos

Reconstructing the Rittenhouse Shootings: How Kenosha Echoed America's Polarization

Video Video: Reconstructing the Rittenhouse Shootings: How Kenosha Echoed America's Polarization

By Ainara Tiefenthäler, Haley Willis, Yousur Al-Hlou and Drew Jordan

In the months leading up to Kyle Rittenhouse's trial for killing two people, we analyzed hours of footage and interviewed key witnesses from that fatal night in Kenosha, Wis., to understand how the country's polarization set the scene for violence.

Families of Charleston Shooting Victims Reach Settlement

Video Video: Families of Charleston Shooting Victims Reach Settlement

By The Associated Press

The families of nine Black parishioners who were fatally shot by a white supremacist, and survivors of the shooting, reached an $88 million settlement with the Justice Department.

City Workers Protest N.Y.C. Vaccine Mandate

Video Video: City Workers Protest N.Y.C. Vaccine Mandate

By Reuters

The mandate requires city workers to get at least one shot of a coronavirus vaccine or go on unpaid leave. Officials are bracing for staffing shortages when the mandate takes effect.

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