How Olivia Rodrigo Wrote ‘Drivers License,’ the Biggest Song of the Year So Far | Diary of a Song
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How Olivia Rodrigo Wrote ‘Drivers License,’ the Biggest Song of the Year So Far | Diary of a Song

In the latest Diary of a Song, the singer-songwriter and actress Olivia Rodrigo, 18, explains…

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Inside a Covid I.C.U., Through a Nurse’s Eyes | NYT Opinion
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Inside a Covid I.C.U., Through a Nurse’s Eyes | NYT Opinion

The short film above allows you to experience the brutality of the pandemic from the…

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The Truth Is Essential: Life Right Now | The New York Times
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The Truth Is Essential: Life Right Now | The New York Times

New York Times journalism can help us understand the world around us, from our biggest…

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Watch Frances McDormand Explore Nature in ‘Nomadland’ | Anatomy of a Scene
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Watch Frances McDormand Explore Nature in ‘Nomadland’ | Anatomy of a Scene

The landscapes of Badlands National Park become a place to get both lost and found…

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What Menopause Feels Like | Op-Docs
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What Menopause Feels Like | Op-Docs

About half of the world’s population will experience menopause, yet it’s a period that can…

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How Joe Biden Defeated Donald Trump | NYT Opinion
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How Joe Biden Defeated Donald Trump | NYT Opinion

Presidential campaigns are a lot like sprawling, intricate machines: So many moving parts. So much…

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How Climate Change Has Upended a Nicaraguan Town’s Way of Life | NYT News
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How Climate Change Has Upended a Nicaraguan Town’s Way of Life | NYT News

Two major November hurricanes slammed into the same part of Nicaraguan coast, laying waste to…

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Why We Shouldn’t Call the Capital Rioters ‘Terrorists.’ | NYT Opinion
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Why We Shouldn’t Call the Capital Rioters ‘Terrorists.’ | NYT Opinion

Adama Bah was just 16 years old when FBI agents stormed her family’s Harlem apartment…

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Martin Luther King III: My Father Had Another Dream | NYT Opinion
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Martin Luther King III: My Father Had Another Dream | NYT Opinion

As we celebrate the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we must…

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Humberto: Phoenix’s First Hispanic Postmaster | Cause of Life – NYT Opinion
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Humberto: Phoenix’s First Hispanic Postmaster | Cause of Life – NYT Opinion

A hard-working bricklayer from the projects, Humberto Trujillo helped build the main Phoenix post office…

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