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Officials Are Optimistic Monkeypox Can Be Eliminated in the US
(September 23 10:13) Nytimes.com
Cases are declining nationally, and the deputy coordinator of the White House monkeypox response team said he expected that, over time, they would drop to a trickle.
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An Israel-Lebanon Border Deal Could Increase Natural Gas Supplies
Offshore gas fields in the Mediterranean could become one of several new energy sources for European countries as they seek independence from Russia.
(September 27 23:02) Nytimes.com
Jails Boss Pushed for Dying Man’s Release to Limit Rikers Death Count
Louis A. Molina, New York City’s jail commissioner, told his senior staff to ensure that a dying man was “off the department’s count.”
(September 27 22:57) Nytimes.com
The Stolen Babies of Spain
Under Francisco Franco’s rule, thousands of newborns were secretly taken from hospitals and sold to wealthy Catholic families. Now they are beginning to uncover their own histories.
(September 27 23:58) Nytimes.com
Biden Is Hoping Small Changes Go a Long Way on Immigration
The United States has started to allow people to apply for asylum under a new process that the secretary of homeland security hopes can help fix the current “very broken ...
A New Book Traces the Last, Painful Days of Anthony Bourdain
A new, unauthorized biography reveals intimate, often raw, details of the TV star’s life and death. And it’s drawing criticism from many of his friends and family.
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Edward Snowden Receives Russian Citizenship
Mr. Snowden, a former intelligence contractor, left the United States after giving hundreds of highly classified N.S.A. documents to The Guardian and The Washington Post in 2013.
(September 27 01:00) Nytimes.com
A Brooklyn Top-Floor Loft for $500 a Month
Jens Rasmussen and Maria Aparo couldn’t walk away from Mr. Rasmussen’s spacious loft in Greenpoint, which is covered under New York’s 1982 Loft Law.
(September 27 03:08) Nytimes.com
Women in Iran Take Center Stage in Antigovernment Protests
Women have been casting off their legally required head scarves, forming the primary image of the protests. But grievances against a repressive regime go far beyond the hijab.
(September 27 06:30) Nytimes.com
More Trans Teens Are Choosing ‘Top Surgery’
Small studies suggest that breast removal surgery improves transgender teenagers’ well-being, but data is sparse. Some state leaders oppose such procedures for minors.
(September 27 01:05) Nytimes.com
How New Mexico’s Largest Wildfire Set Off a Drinking Water Crisis
In a community ravaged by fire, floods and contaminated drinking water, residents wonder, ‘What’s next?’ And who will pick up the bill?
(September 27 01:15) Nytimes.com
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