Whether Maya Wiley or Kathryn Garcia, a Woman Mayor Could Save N.Y.C.

AdvertisementSupported byMichelle GoldbergBy Michelle GoldbergOpinion ColumnistLast week I wrote about why I thought Eric Adams is very marginally preferable to Andrew Yang in New York City’s Democratic mayoral primary. Yang is likable, and I can see why people have gravitated to his sunny vision of a vibrant, business-friendly city. But electing a totally inexperienced mayor …

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Eating disorders surged among adolescents in pandemic

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Spain Pardons Jailed Catalan Separatist Leaders

AdvertisementSupported byA major step toward defusing tensions in a conflict that has long divided Spain prompted mixed reactions from an independence movement.By Nicholas CaseyMADRID — Spain’s government on Tuesday approved pardons to a group of separatists serving long prison sentences for their involvement in a failed attempt to form a breakaway state in the northeastern …

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Carl Nassib Becomes First NFL Player to Come Out As Gay

AdvertisementSupported byThe Raiders defensive lineman came out in a statement posted to his Instagram account on Monday, becoming the first active player in the league to publicly identify as gay.transcriptWhat’s up, people. I’m Carl Nassib. I’m at my house here in West Chester, Pa. I just want to take a quick moment to say that …

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Change Comes to the N.C.A.A.

AdvertisementSupported byThe Morning NewsletterA Supreme Court ruling has opened the door to a new era in college sports.By Tom Wright-PiersantiIn a unanimous ruling yesterday, the Supreme Court said that the N.C.A.A., which governs college sports, could not prohibit student-athletes from receiving modest, education-related payments.The decision doesn’t mean that college football players can suddenly receive big …

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Australian prison to be evacuated due to plague of mice

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'Jeopardy!' viewers upset over 'misogynistic,' 'outdated' clue about a medical condition

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Child Care Is Not the Place for Biden to Skimp

AdvertisementSupported byGuest EssayBy Bryce CovertMs. Covert, a contributing Opinion writer, is an independent journalist who focuses on the economy, with an emphasis on policies that affect workers and families.“No one should have to choose between a job and a paycheck or taking care of themselves and a loved one — a parent, spouse or child,” …

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Judge Narrows Suits Over Clearing of Protesters Before Trump Photo Op

AdvertisementSupported byThe judge said that federal officials had immunity, and that claims of a conspiracy to clear Lafayette Square for President Donald J. Trump’s walk across it were “simply too speculative.”By Chris CameronWASHINGTON — A federal judge on Monday partly dismissed claims filed by Black Lives Matter, the American Civil Liberties Union and others accusing …

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