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The Cities With the Most Dog-Friendly Rentals

And the most popular breed and dog name in each.

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Getting Back to Basics on Free Speech

At colleges and universities across the country, from Cal Poly-Humboldt to Columbia, students have been protesting against the war in…

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Online Dating After 50 Can Be Miserable. But It’s Also Liberating.

When my marriage collapsed after 23 years, I was devastated and overwhelmed. I was in my 50s, with two jobs,…

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Who ‘Won’ Covid? It Depends How You Measure.

Twenty months ago, in July 2022, I wrote a long essay sketching what I called the “pretty brutal” endemic future…

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Oct. 7 Shattered Netanyahu’s Legacy. The War Saved Him — for Now.

The moment Israel’s devastating war in the Gaza Strip ends, the unfinished conflict within Israel over its future will begin…

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The ‘Colorblindness’ Trap: How a Civil Rights Ideal Got Hijacked

The fall of affirmative action is part of a 50-year campaign to roll back racial progress.

World

In Prison or Out, Navalny Was the Thorn in Putin’s Side

A straight-talking former real estate lawyer, he stayed relevant even from prison, pleading with Russians not to give up or…

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What MAGA Influencers Are Missing About Football

More than 100 million people are expected to watch this Sunday’s Super Bowl between the Kansas City Chiefs and the…

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‘Succession’ Auctions Off ‘Ludicrously Capacious Bag’ and Other, Less Capacious Props

Bidding on memorabilia from the Emmy-winning drama ends on Saturday. Lukas Matsson’s vape beckons.

Finance

After a Rip-Roaring 2023, the Markets Are Taking a Breather

The stock market’s long-term path has been persistently upward, our columnist says, but there have been plenty of setbacks and…

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