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Dr. Anthony Fauci said the detection of the first case of the Omicron coronavirus variant in the U.S. was another reason for Americans to get vaccinated or get boosters. "Get boosted now," he said. "We may not need a variant-specific boost."

A group of Senate Republicans is threatening a government shutdown over the Biden administration’s vaccine-and-testing mandate for large employers. Federal funding is set to lapse on Friday.

Our reporter was outside the Supreme Court where one of the most important cases in a generation, and one that could effectively overturn Roe v. Wade, was heard this morning. Here’s how it looked on the ground.

New prosecutors are reopening investigations into old police killings, asking if the use of force was justified or if officers should face criminal charges. It's a sharp break from the traditionally close relationship between the police and prosecutors.

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These cookies meet any mood (nostalgic, cozy, festive) and craving (chocolaty, jammy, tart) you may have this holiday season. And they all have one thing in common: They deliver joy.

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Array Collective, a group of 11 artists who attend political protests in Northern Ireland wearing costumes and holding funny, provocative banners, has won the Turner Prize, the biggest award in British art.

Days before he died, Stephen Sondheim and the director Marianne Elliott discussed the Broadway revival of "Company." "What keeps theater alive is the chance always to do it differently, with not only fresh casts, but fresh viewpoints," he said.

How does the coronavirus travel in a tiny airborne drop of water? Scientists created this detailed simulation to find out.

Gen Z pop stars including Olivia Rodrigo and Lil Nas X grew up on the internet, "stanning" the artists who are now their contemporaries. As forces in the pop world, they represent something thrillingly — and, perhaps to some, threateningly — new.

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Exclusive: The Times has obtained tax-return data for President Trump extending over more than two decades. It shows his finances under stress, beset by losses that he aggressively employs to avoid paying taxes and hundreds of millions in debt coming due.

One of the first school districts in the U.S. to reopen its doors during the pandemic did not even make it a day before a call came from the county health department — a student who had walked the halls and sat in various classrooms had tested positive

Live Review: K-Pop Superstars BTS Lit Up Citi Field’s Stage. Their Fans Did the Rest.

What music do Americans love the most? We made a playlist for each neighborhood.

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Breaking News: The WHO approved the first ever malaria vaccine, which could save tens of thousands of children in sub-Saharan Africa. The quest for this vaccine has been underway for a hundred years, a WHO official said, and is a "historic event."

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A landlord with 18 apartment buildings in New York City waived April rent for his 200 to 300 tenants because of the coronavirus pandemic. “I told them just to look out for your neighbor and make sure that everyone has food on their table," he said.

Black and Latino people in the U.S. are 3 times as likely to contract the coronavirus than their white neighbors — and nearly twice as likely to die, according to new data we obtained by suing the CDC

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