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NYT > U.S. — The man, who had been running along a trail in Colorado, sustained serious but non-life-threatening injuries.
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NYT > U.S. — In a special morning edition, how Mr. Trump used his address to the nation as an opening salvo in the presidential race, and what it says about his 2020 strategy.
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NYT > U.S. — The Virginia governor was said to be planning to hire a private investigator to help clear his name, as his relationship with his lieutenant governor is strained.
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NYT > U.S. — On the issues that have rived Washington during Mr. Trump’s turbulent presidency, he did not give an inch.
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NYT > U.S. — The Massachusetts senator, who has campaigned against wealth inequality, remains fairly wealthy herself, though well behind several other senators.
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NYT > U.S. — Major federal corruption investigations have brought dark clouds to Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta and Philadelphia.
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NYT > U.S. — Given new veto power over the tax breaks the state lavishes on industry, local officials are starting to say their budget needs come first. Business leaders are aghast.
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NYT > U.S. — For many in Mr. Northam’s state, grappling with the fallout over the picture is as complicated as Virginia’s tragic racial history.
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NYT > U.S. — A growing group of conflict prevention experts, many from war zones abroad, are beginning to apply their peacemaking skills to the American political divide.
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TechCrunch — Raisin, the pan-European fintech marketplace for savings and investment products, is disclosing that it has raised $114 million in Series D funding. Existing investors Index Ventures, PayPal, Ribbit Capital and Thrive Ventures all participated in the round, which brings the total raised to date to $200 million. Tellingly, the fast-growing Berlin fintech says it plans […]
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TechCrunch — Instacart is facing another class-action lawsuit pertaining to the way it pays its independent contractors, NBC News reports. Instacart guarantees its workers at least $10 per job, but workers are alleging Instacart offsets wages with tips from customers. The suit alleges Instacart “intentionally and maliciously misappropriated gratuities in order to pay plaintiff’s wages even though […]
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TechCrunch — Nostalgia for the NES is high following the success of Nintendo's classic mini consoles and the launch of its Switch Online service, which just got a couple more great additions to its selection of 8-bit games: Kirby's Adventure and the immortally weird Super Mario Bros 2.
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TechCrunch — It's that time again — time to hear what kind of state our precious union is in. For those of you inclined to watch the temporarily delayed speech by the President, you can of course watch it in a bar and invent your own drinking game, but you can also stay home and watch it on YouTube or C-SPAN. The drinks are cheaper — and stronger.
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TechCrunch — Over the years, businesses and their systems are getting more integrated, forming industry-specific trustless networks, and blockchain technology is in the foundation of this evolutionary step.
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TechCrunch — Tesla has had a brisk merch business for years now, thanks to its fervent owner base and fans, who are enthusiastic supporters of the company and its CEO Elon Musk. But until now, those Tesla-branded items — everything from water bottles and hats to jackets, chargers and once a surfboard — have been sold through […]
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TechCrunch — Google has shared its cloud revenue exactly once over the last several years. Silence tends to lead to speculation to fill the information vacuum. Luckily there are some analyst firms who try to fill the void, and it looks like Google’s cloud business is actually trending in the right direction, even if they aren’t willing […]
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TechCrunch — Does your Twitter timeline spark joy? If you’re like most people, probably not. Over the years, you probably politely followed back a few too many Twitter accounts, and now have a timeline filled with all sorts of random tweets from people you can’t even remember following in the first place. A new Twitter tool, Tokimeki Unfollow, […]
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TechCrunch — A gaggle of new emoji have just been approved by the Unicode Consortium, meaning they'll be standard across any platforms that choose to support them. This batch includes some much-needed representation for people with various disabilities, new animals from guide dogs to otters, food and many more objects.
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TechCrunch — Angela Ahrendts will depart Apple in April, almost exactly five years after taking on a role as the company’s senior vice president of retail. Apple says Ahrendts is leaving “for new personal and professional pursuits.” Ahrendts joining Apple in 2014 was massive news, with her having just served as the CEO of the luxury fashion […]

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