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When They Warn of Rare Disorders, These Prenatal Tests Are Usually Wrong
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With Omicron's Rise, Americans Brace for Returning to School and Work

With Omicron's Rise, Americans Brace for Returning to School and Work

By Audra D. S. Burch, Stephanie Saul, Edgar Sandoval and Mitch Smith

The highly contagious variant has already contributed to flight cancellations and staffing shortages.

When They Warn of Rare Disorders, These Prenatal Tests Are Usually Wrong

When They Warn of Rare Disorders, These Prenatal Tests Are Usually Wrong

By Sarah Kliff and Aatish Bhatia

The false positives aren't mentioned in the brochures for these blood screenings, which are sold by some of the biggest labs in the country.

The New Political Cry in South Korea: 'Out With Man Haters'

The New Political Cry in South Korea: 'Out With Man Haters'

By Choe Sang-Hun

After slow gains in women's rights, the country is facing a type of political correctness enforced by young men angry at feminists, saying they undermine opportunity.

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A Nation on Hold Wants to Speak With a Manager

By Sarah Lyall

In our anger-filled age, when people need to shop or travel or cope with mild disappointment they're "devolving into children."

Every Day Is Jan. 6 Now

Opinion | The Editorial Board

Every Day Is Jan. 6 Now

By The Editorial Board

Though we yearn for peace and quiet, things in America are far from normal.

Today's Videos

Three People Missing After Colorado Wildfire

Video Video: Three People Missing After Colorado Wildfire

By The Associated Press

Officials said they were searching for three people who were feared dead inside their homes after a devastating wildfire that scorched through two Colorado suburbs.

'We Will Not Be Controlled by Crisis,' New York Mayor Says

Video Video: 'We Will Not Be Controlled by Crisis,' New York Mayor Says

By The Associated Press

In his first speech as mayor, Eric Adams expressed optimism about the city's pandemic recovery and encouraged vaccinations as a way back to public life.

South Africa Lays Desmond Tutu to Rest With a Simple Funeral

Video Video: South Africa Lays Desmond Tutu to Rest With a Simple Funeral

By Reuters and The Associated Press

Desmond M. Tutu, a powerful opponent of apartheid and Cape Town's first Black archbishop, was remembered in a modest ceremony scaled down further by pandemic restrictions.

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