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Measuring and Managing Your Cellular Data Use - The New York Times
Q. Some of us in the boonies must rely entirely on cellular Wi-Fi hot spots. As a result, data usage is a very important consideration, as each gigabyte must be paid for.
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Trump’s Conspicuous Silence Leaves a Struggle Against Russia Without a Leader - The New York Times
President Trump depicted indictments charging Russians with interfering in America’s politics as a vindication for himself rather than a threat to the United States.
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A ‘Mass Shooting Generation’ Cries Out for Change - The New York Times
When a gunman killed 17 people this week at Stoneman Douglas High in Florida, the first response of many classmates was not to grieve in silence, but to speak out.
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Teacher Marries Her Girlfriend, and Then Catholic School Fires Her - The New York Times
Jocelyn Morffi was one of the most popular educators at a Catholic school in Florida, students’ parents said. She was terminated less than a week after her wedding.
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What’s Inside Johnny Weir’s Hotel Room at the Olympics - The New York Times
Weir, the NBC figure skating announcer, brought 13 suitcases to South Korea (his broadcast partner, Tara Lipinski, brought nine). So many shoes. Oh, and the jackets! “Everything has meaning,” he said. “It isn’t just a sparkly jacket.”
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Awaken, Poland, Before It’s Too Late - The New York Times
The Polish lurch into illiberalism and rewritten history is an immediate danger to the European idea.
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To Repeat: Repeal the Second Amendment - The New York Times
A fix to the Constitution would remove a barrier to real change.
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Justice for Our Children, Killed by ISIS - The New York Times
A plea from four American couples whose children were brutally slain in Syria: Try the murderers, but don’t make them martyrs by executing them.
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Why Don’t We Just Do Paid Family Leave the Right Way? - The New York Times
Marco Rubio and Ivanka Trump have endorsed a plan that gets us started.
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Stop Letting the Russians Get Away With It, Mr. Trump - The New York Times
Robert Mueller’s latest indictments show how real the threat to U.S. elections is. When will the White House acknowledge it?
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Message to Trump: Let Mueller Do His Job - The New York Times
The indictments of 13 Russians for interfering in the 2016 election are a wakeup call for all Americans.
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Special Counsel Issues Indictment Against 13 Russian Nationals Over 2016 Election - The New York Times
The special counsel charged 13 foreigners associated with Russia and three Russian organizations with illegally using social media platforms to sow political discord.
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How to Prevent Future Mass Shootings - The New York Times
Readers discuss whether you can predict who might become a mass killer, and suggest a student strike and graphic images to force action on guns.
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Senators, Dreamers Have Been Watching You - The New York Times
Every vote to protect Dreamers like me failed yesterday, and I am relieved.
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Black Panther and the Revenge of the Black Nerds - The New York Times
A triumphant movie confirms what we knew all along: We are cool.
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F.B.I. Was Warned of Florida Gunman’s Desire to Kill but Did Not Act - The New York Times
The information should have been assessed and forwarded to the F.B.I. field office, the agency said.
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Trump’s Twin Deficits (Wonkish) - The New York Times
It’s not a repeat of Reaganomics, but it rhymes
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An Architect's World Turned Upside Down - The New York Times
Meanwhile, Graves Design, the product design arm of Michael Graves & Associates, is expanding; 70 percent of its product design is for Target. ''Michael is the dean of design for us,'' said Michael Francis, Target's executive vice president for marketing. ''He showed us -- and our guests -- that you can take ordinary items and make them extraordinary.''
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A Water Crisis From Climate Change - The New York Times
Readers discuss the perilous situation in Cape Town.
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Assisted Living Lapses - The New York Times
The Long Term Care Community Coalition writes that providers can prioritize profits over quality with virtual impunity.
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