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What Refugees Face on the World’s Deadliest Migration Route - The New York Times
A doctor on a boat that rescued hundreds of migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea recounts how these trips are becoming more dangerous for NGOs and refugees.
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Behind the Cover: How Janelle Monáe Found Her Voice - The New York Times
A new video series goes inside the process for creating the award-winning covers of The New York Times Magazine. This week, the singer comes into focus.
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Watch How a ‘Terminal Lance’ Comic Strip Comes to Life - The New York Times
Maximilian Uriarte, an artist beloved by American Marines for his depiction of life in the corps, showed The Times how he creates a three-panel strip.
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The Mets Try the Personal Touch - The New York Times
Mickey Callaway and a wave of rookie baseball managers are out to prove that understanding people is as important as crunching numbers.
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Readers Respond to the 4.15.18 Issue - The New York Times
Here’s what they had to say about the black-white divide in maternal mortality and tech companies’ use of our data.
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Letter of Recommendation: Escape Rooms - The New York Times
Being locked in a room of puzzles can be therapeutic — especially for couples.
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How to Fall Off a Horse - The New York Times
Tuck chin to chest. If you’re going down head first, use your arms as a “crumple zone.”
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I’m a 73-Year-Old Cancer Survivor. Can I Accept a Kidney? - The New York Times
The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on who deserves an organ transplant, a problematic Uber driver and protecting a friend from a bad acquaintance.
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A Lynching’s Long Shadow - The New York Times
Elwood Higginbotham was murdered by a mob in 1935. For his descendants, a new historical inquiry into his death offers a chance to confront the past.
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