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Israeli agents had wanted to kill Iran’s top nuclear scientist for years. Then they came up with a way to do it with no operatives present. Go to article - The Scientist and the A.I.-Assisted, Remote-Control Killing Machine
سال‌ها بود که ماموران اسرائیلی می‌خواستند دانشمند هسته‌ای ایران را ترور کنند. عاقبت راهی پیدا کردند تا بدون حضور مأموران در صحنه این کار را انجام دهند. Go to article - دانشمند وربات قاتل مجهز به هوش مصنوعی و کنترل از راه دور
The U.S. admission that a drone strike that killed 10 civilians was a “tragic mistake” did nothing to ease the sense of vulnerability among surviving family members and co-workers living under Taliban rule. Go to article - U.S. Calls Drone Strike a 'Tragic Mistake'
After a first in recorded history, Dr. Scott Harris, the state’s health officer, said, “Our state literally shrunk in 2020.” Here’s the latest on Covid-19. Go to article - Covid-Stricken Alabama Had More Deaths Than Births Last Year
Championed by doctors and conservative radio hosts alike, monoclonal antibodies for Covid are in high demand — even from those who don’t want a vaccine. Go to article - They Shunned Covid Vaccines but Embraced Antibody Treatment
Medical concierge services are offering coronavirus antibody tests as a perk, despite caveats about their usefulness. Go to article - Some Rich People Are Counting Their Antibodies ‘Like Calories’
A plan for the economy, education, immigration, climate and more binds disparate Democratic lawmakers, but the proposal risks sinking under its own weight. Go to article - Biden's Presidential Agenda Rests on $3.5 Trillion Spending Bill
The British government played an early role in brokering the alliance with the U.S. and Australia to deploy nuclear-powered submarines in the Pacific, officials in London and Washington said. Go to article - Submarine Deal Gives Post-Brexit Britain Its Moment on the Global Stage
In meeting after meeting with their French counterparts, U.S. officials gave no heads-up about their plans to upend France’s largest defense contract. Go to article - The Secret Talks Behind the U.S. Deal That France Called a 'Betrayal'
Voters struck down the effort to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom, continuing the political seesawing that has defined the former Republican stronghold. Go to article - In Orange County, the Recall’s Defeat Echoes Years of G.O.P. Erosion
The state recently completed one of its most conservative legislative sessions, widening a divide among many residents. Go to article - Texas Lawmakers Plan to Continue Their Rightward Shift
Threatened by extremists and under fire by politicians, election workers now have their own legal defense network. It’s a perk they never expected to need. Go to article - Harassed and Harangued, Poll Workers Now Have a New Form of Defense
More than 14,000 Haitians are camping out under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas, awaiting processing by the United States Border Patrol. Go to article - Biden Administration to Deport Haitians in Del Rio, Texas
Some left to find work. Others to escape violence or racial discrimination in other countries. But many believe ‘there is nothing to go back to.’ Go to article - Why Thousands of Haitians Are at the U.S. Border
During the brief moment when the pandemic was receding and we could be together again, all we wanted to do was move our bodies. Go to article - Dancing Through New York in a Summer of Joy and Grief
Competition for market share at rock-bottom prices has led to shortages, price-spikes, allegations of price-fixing, and substandard and even dangerous practices. Go to article - Our Generic Drug Supply Is Sick
Drop the Identity Cloak when identity is not the issue. (And tax the rich!) Go to article - Elizabeth Holmes, A.O.C., and the Art of Owning It
Would a deadlier pandemic have yielded different political divides? Go to article - What if Covid Were 10 Times Deadlier?
A recent story about the chairman of the Joint Chiefs’ actions during the waning days of the Trump presidency may not be as bad as it sounds. But there’s still cause for concern. Go to article - General Milley and the Proper Role of the Military
Climate changes is a global problem that we must address in our own lives. Go to article - Climate Change and Climate Disaster Must Take Center Stage
We're failing to use one of our best tools for reducing racial economic inequities. Go to article - Why Has Black Enrollment Fallen at an Elite Southern University?
A new study aims to help the Biden administration determine the ‘social cost’ of greenhouse gases. Go to article - ‘The Most Important Number You’ve Never Heard Of’
How religious belief affect abortion laws and vaccination. Go to article - Religious Beliefs and Abortion Laws
Infighting over boosters is undermining Americans’ already fragile trust in the public health system. Go to article - The U.S. Needs to Stop the Confusion Over Covid Vaccine Boosters
It's shocking but hardly surprising. Go to article - The Endless Facebook Apology
In a Pennsylvania town, fracking, contamination and a community unbound. Go to article - In a Pennsylvania Town, Tainted Water Was Only the Beginning
Researchers found that the long-necked mammals spar with partners of similar stature. Go to article - Giraffes Prefer a Fair Fight
Jose Abreu is known for picking up checks, crowding the plate and driving in runs — a lot of runs. He is quiet in the news media, but his teammates have plenty to say about him. Go to article - Jose Abreu is a Metronome of Power for the White Sox
In her first major role in a feature film, she wasn’t fazed by things that might unnerve others, but she had to show filmmakers how to work with deafness. Go to article - Lauren Ridloff, MCU's First Deaf Hero in 'Eternals,' on Her Superpower
Whitehead talks about his new novel, and Colm Toibin discusses “The Magician.” Go to article - Colson Whitehead on ‘Harlem Shuffle’
It is giving players brain damage. Is it time to stop watching? Go to article - Should You Boycott the N.F.L.?
Militia violence has driven antigovernment protesters underground and shaken Karbala, a city of gold-domed Shiite shrines. Go to article - ‘There Is Chaos’; Iran-Backed Militias Battle Activists in a Holy Iraqi City
After nearly three days orbiting planet Earth, a unique group of astronauts is getting on track for an ocean landing near Florida. Follow updates here. Go to article - SpaceX Inspiration4 Updates: Crew Is Hours Away From Home
A Davis Cup tie between South Africa and Venezuela is being held in front of a small group of fans at the West Side Tennis Club — the first Davis Cup action there since 1959. Go to article - Forest Hills Stadium Hosts Davis Cup Tie for First Time Since 1959
The Federal Reserve, Treasury and other regulators are worried that a technology that pledges stability will actually be a source of turmoil. Go to article - Why Washington Worries About Stablecoins
Organizers said the police response had dampened turnout for the “Justice for J6” rally, which served as a platform for pro-Trump politicians seeking House seats next year. Go to article - Washington, D.C., on Edge Over Protest of Jan. 6 Arrests
The parents of Brian Laundrie, whose fiancée, Gabrielle Petito, disappeared on a cross-country trip, say they haven’t seen their son in days, the police said. Go to article - Van Couple: Parents of Brian Laundrie Say They Haven't Seen Him in Days
His mammoth Yoido Full Gospel Church in Seoul symbolized the explosive growth of the religion in the once war-torn country. Go to article - Cho Yong-gi, South Korean Megachurch Leader, Dies at 85
The British man was arrested by armed Dutch police at the request of the Italian authorities, who believed him to be a fugitive Sicilian mobster. Go to article - A Car Racing Fan From Liverpool Is Mistaken for a Mafia Boss
Mr. Zeldin, a conservative Republican, says the disease is in remission, and that his bid for governor of New York will be unaffected. Go to article - Rep. Lee Zeldin Confirms Leukemia Diagnosis
Ventilation improvements, adding portable air cleaners and simply opening windows can lower the risk of infection in the office. Go to article - 6 Questions to Ask About Covid and Air Quality at Work
Here’s how to know when you truly need to hydrate. Go to article - How Much Water Should I Drink?
While we tend to worry about inhaling viral particles like the coronavirus, new research shows the air quality at work may have subtle effects on cognitive function. Go to article - How Bad Indoor Air Quality Can Affect Your Brain
Despite many changes to the reality show over the last 21 years, he has been a constant. Go to article - Jeff Probst Is the Ultimate ‘Survivor’
The lawyer, activist and minister made prescient arguments on gender, race and equality that influenced Thurgood Marshall and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Go to article - Pauli Murray Should Be a Household Name. A New Film Shows Why.
Yes, said Jerome Meadows, who designed the Ed Johnson Memorial to help bring the city’s history to light, with reconciliation and healing. Go to article - Some Asked, ‘Does Chattanooga Need a Lynching Memorial?’
To transform the actress into the title televangelist of “The Eyes of Tammy Faye,” it took a little faith and a lot of artists. Go to article - How Jessica Chastain Became Tammy Faye
Three gallery shows of new work by veteran artists who happen to be women highlight their different ways and means of development, and the way they are taking new risks. Go to article - A New Level of Ambition in Art by 3 Women