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7 minutes ago
Planning dinner for the week? Here are recipes for Indian-spiced grilled chicken, tofu with peanut-ginger sauce and baked salmon with a pistachio-fennel sauce from @SamSifton. https://t.co/aUcBNNCWUQ
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31 minutes ago
In Opinion

Beth Macy writes that 4 people tried to sounds the alarm about the dangers of OxyContin. It took nearly 2 decades for people to listen. https://t.co/RI4qU8AUKf
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35 minutes ago
RT @patrickhealynyt: Today we published a story about how the 2020 Democratic candidates are grappling with the racist tweets & white identity politics of Trump, and how some Dems see racism as a new “kitchen table” in America that must be confronted. https://t.co/nFSMg95Lex via ⁦@nytimes
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39 minutes ago
This story came as part of @andylocal's new beat for The Times’s Metro section, writing about jobs that define our time through the eyes of the people who do them. Read more about his experience. https://t.co/COxgJHP61N
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Disney's remake of “The Lion King” sold an estimated $185 million in tickets at theaters in the U.S. and Canada this weekend, another hit for the company in a year that has seen its movies dominate the competition https://t.co/Z6tvhij463
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Shinzo Abe declared victory in Japan’s national elections on Sunday, a win that would ensure his place in history as the country’s longest-serving prime minister. Official results are not expected until Monday. https://t.co/AVTt9j88oM
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Chinese investment in the U.S. has dropped nearly 90% since President Trump took office, a falloff that's been felt across the American economy. It's affecting Silicon Valley start-ups, the Manhattan real estate market and even state governments. https://t.co/El0bNvI3ns
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2 hours ago
With a heat wave gripping New York City, restaurateurs say they've noticed mainly crowds of tourists, as New Yorkers stay in side. "You get the fresh wind there, blowing through the streets," a visitor from Holland said. “We can walk slow.” https://t.co/GcK9XbdYas
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2 hours ago
Shane Lowry of Ireland won an emotional British Open by 6 strokes for his first major golf title https://t.co/X0Skbk0edn
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2 hours ago
RT @nytimesarts: Hugh Southern, who helped establish the TKTS booth in Times Square, has died. His push for discounted tickets opened up the theater to many who could not afford to go, @kseelye writes. https://t.co/hpqkz0RStq
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2 hours ago
Until this past week, the Democrats's 2020 field has generally tried to ignore President Trump's incendiary language. That seems to be changing. But the candidates still don't agree on how to combat the racial division embedded in his words. https://t.co/k5DARNfSKL
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2 hours ago
And pay as a rider can be inconsistent. While ride-hail drivers successfully lobbied NYC for a $17 minimum wage, most delivery-app couriers are not guaranteed a cent. Our reporter's earnings came up to just under $10 an hour, $5 below NYC's minimum wage. https://t.co/iMtu7D8kqA https://t.co/WsCqepiWwP
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2 hours ago
But there are risks as delivery riders. Nearly a third of delivery cyclists missed work because of on-the-job injuries last year, one survey found, and at least 4 delivery riders or bike messengers have been killed in crashes with cars so far in 2019. https://t.co/iMtu7D8kqA https://t.co/NcpnOnMIiw
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Riding as a delivery person is often like a game of real-life speed chess played across the treacherous grid of New York City, as riders juggle orders from competing apps and scramble for elusive bonuses https://t.co/SnPsWUnMMq https://t.co/9Ayrw7l9eC
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3 hours ago
Tens of thousands of people work for apps like Seamless, GrubHub, Uber Eats and Postmates, crisscrossing New York City to make food deliveries. Our reporter spent 27 hours biking as a food app deliveryman — with a camera on his chest.

This is what he saw. https://t.co/SnPsWUnMMq
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3 hours ago
At 21, he was sentenced to life in prison for selling crack cocaine. But criminal justice reforms under the Trump and Obama administrations led to Robert Shipp, now 46, walking free on Friday. 3,100 others were also released early. https://t.co/5yvRTrbsb7
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3 hours ago
Extreme heat will still blanket part of the Eastern U.S. today. Here are some tips for how to stay cool. https://t.co/KNoAU79O8A
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Robert Mueller has spent dozens of hours testifying on Capitol Hill. A review of those 88 appearances shows that he often left lawmakers frustrated. Simply put: He had a complex relationship with legislators. https://t.co/2QSQo7qXRq
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