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There Is a Free Lunch, After All. It’s at the Office.

What was once an extra is now a necessity, as companies give their employees free ice cream and beer, Pop-Tarts and prime rib —...

Jayme Closs, Missing Wisconsin Girl, Is Found; Man Is Accused in Kidnapping

Jake T. Patterson, 21, was held pending murder and kidnapping charges, the authorities said. Jayme, 13, had vanished when her parents were fatally shot...

The New New World: Censoring China’s Internet, for Stability and Profit

Thousands of low-wage workers in “censorship factories” trawl the online world for forbidden content, where even a photo of an empty chair could cause...

Can a Church Founded in 1677 Survive the 21st Century?

New Utrecht Reformed Church is one of New York’s oldest congregations. After 15 years of renovations, worshipers have returned to the building, but they...

Mitt Romney, China, Ultima Thule: Your Wednesday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know. Source: NYT Detail: Mitt Romney, China, Ultima Thule: Your Wednesday Briefing

Full Shutdown of L Train to Be Halted by Cuomo

The closing of the subway tunnel between Manhattan and Brooklyn would have been one of the largest disruptions New York City had faced in...

Spurning Erdogan’s Vision, Turks Leave in Droves, Draining Money and Talent

Driven by fear of persecution and economic mismanagement, the exodus threatens to reorder the society permanently and set Turkey back decades. Source: NYT Detail: Spurning Erdogan’s...

Asian and European Markets Start New Year on Wrong Foot

Weak manufacturing data from China soured investors in Asia, suggesting the uncertainty that drove stocks down last year won’t end anytime soon. Source: NYT Detail: Asian...

The Good, the Bad and ‘Black Panther’

Manohla Dargis and A. O. Scott, the chief film critics of The New York Times, look back at a year of rage, silliness and...

New York Today: N.Y. Today: Yes, the Weather Has Been Crazy Rainy

Thursday: 2018 was the fourth wettest year on record in New York City. Source: NYT Detail: New York Today: N.Y. Today: Yes, the Weather Has Been...

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