The Daily News gets an ‘as-needed’ editor until a new one is found.

AdvertisementBy Marc TracyRobert York, the editor in chief of The Daily News of New York, is being replaced on an interim and “as-needed” basis by Andrew Julien, the editor and publisher of its corporate sibling The Hartford Courant, who will remain in that job while a search for a permanent editor takes place, an executive …

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How Silence Became a Luxury Product

AdvertisementSupported byTish Harrison WarrenBy Tish Harrison WarrenOpinion WriterRecently, I wanted to find a moment to journal, pray, and simply be still, so I went to a riverbank near my home. I sat listening to birds, eyeing the languid joy of sunbathing turtles, charting fallen leaves eddying in the green current. A roar broke the silence. …

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Why Covid Vaccines for Kids Are Taking the F.D.A. So Long

AdvertisementSupported byGuest EssayBy Daniel CarpenterMr. Carpenter is a professor of government at Harvard University. He is the author of “Reputation and Power: Organizational Image and Pharmaceutical Regulation at the F.D.A.”American parents are justifiably wondering why the United States hasn’t authorized Covid-19 vaccines for children under 12. Given the spread of the Delta variant and the …

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How to Age Gracefully

AdvertisementSupported byPersonal HealthInspired by a new book, “Stupid Things I Won’t Do When I Get Old,” I’m taking stock of my life and deciding what I need to reconsider.By Jane E. BrodyThe day after my 80th birthday, which overflowed with good wishes, surprises and Covid-safe celebrations, I awoke feeling fulfilled and thinking that whatever happens …

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Sanae Takaich Hopes to Be Japan’s First Female Leader

AdvertisementSupported byIf Sanae Takaichi wins, it would be a milestone for the country. But some feminists hope that doesn’t happen.By Motoko Rich, Makiko Inoue and Hikari HidaTOKYO — Shinzo Abe, Japan’s longest-serving prime minister, often talked about creating a society in which women could “shine.”Now, a year after he resigned because of ill health, Mr. Abe …

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Jill Biden Is Chasing the President’s Most Elusive Campaign Promise: Unity

AdvertisementSupported byAs the president tries to prove that bipartisanship is still possible, the first lady is not standing on the sidelines.By Katie RogersWASHINGTON — The summer was a rough one for President Biden.Another pandemic surge prompted Mr. Biden, a veteran moderate, to attack Republican governors and embrace vaccine mandates. A bipartisan infrastructure deal hung in …

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Review: At the Emmy Awards, TV Celebrates Its Own Survival

AdvertisementSupported byThe telecast felt like a very private party — people seemed to be having fun, but the jollity didn’t really come through the screen.By Mike HaleAs the positivity-signaling shows “Ted Lasso” and “Hacks” traded off comedy awards at the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night, it was indicative of a past year that …

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Beto O’Rourke Draws Closer to Entering Texas Governor’s Race

AdvertisementSupported byMr. O’Rourke has been calling Democratic leaders in Texas to tell them he is seriously considering challenging Gov. Greg Abbott in 2022. By J. David Goodman and Reid J. EpsteinHOUSTON — Beto O’Rourke, the former El Paso congressman who became a darling of Democrats after nearly defeating Senator Ted Cruz in 2018, is inching …

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When 7 Psychopaths Enroll at the Same School, Terror Ensues

AdvertisementSupported byTHRILLERSIn her latest column, Sarah Lyall weighs in on Vera Kurian’s twisted tale, “Never Saw Me Coming,” and two other new thrillers.By Sarah LyallFor a psychopath, Chloe Sevre is unusually astute about what social media can say about a person. “Will Bachman drinks too much and hangs out with people who don’t look after …

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