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Beneath an ancient tower in Delhi, contemporary galleries, studios, bars and clubs are popping up in three neighborhoods — drawing art lovers, fashionistas and nightlife seekers. nyti.ms/3BHLyVb
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Video released by Colorado authorities shows a freight train smashing into a patrol car in which a handcuffed 20-year-old woman was sitting. The vehicle was straddled the railroad tracks following her arrest. nyti.ms/3BKrr8X
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The hostilities that flared again between Armenia and Azerbaijan last week reflect decades of animosity over a mountain region. But the consequences could be far wider. Here's a guide. nyti.ms/3BIakVq
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Fear flooded the occupied territories as Russian forces rounded up men to fight and forced residents to vote in a staged referendum on joining Russia, according to Ukrainian officials and rights groups. “People are panicking,” one woman said. nyti.ms/3DVR4GI
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The disappearance of starter homes is central to the American housing crisis. In parts of the country today, there is hardly anything on the market for under $300,000 resembling the small, no-frills homes of the last 70 years. nyti.ms/3SkD3GY
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The U.S. warned Russia that there would be “catastrophic consequences” for the country if Moscow used nuclear weapons in its increasing desperation to hold on to territory in Ukraine, according to President Biden’s national security adviser. nyti.ms/3DXlHLI
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Men in a Houston suburb have been flocking to a workout group that promises more than just a sweat session. In F3 — that's fitness, fellowship and faith — they aim to ease male loneliness. nyti.ms/3r6QZrX
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Video of a horse that collapsed in New York City, thin and struggling on the pavement, has reignited calls from residents, celebrities and politicians to ban the horse-drawn carriage industry. nyti.ms/3ffO2CM
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What gets the best-selling novelist Erica Jong going on Sundays? Cappuccinos, movies with her grandchildren and her go-to notebook. nyti.ms/3flQ7gj
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Joe Biden kicked off the midterms with a plea for Republicans and Democrats to unite around defending democracy. But for some groups, "democracy isn't even the destination," @AsteadWesley explained on The Run-Up. Listen to the latest episode. nyti.ms/3DTtXME
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A human rights watchdog said at least 745 people were detained across Russia while protesting President Vladimir Putin's "partial mobilization" policy, which could sweep 300,000 civilians into military service. nyti.ms/3BN6ha8
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Meg Smaker's documentary "Jihad Rehab" got a coveted spot in the 2022 Sundance Film Festival. But outcry from Arab and Muslim filmmakers and their white supporters over her race and her approach soon followed. nyti.ms/3r3h1MR
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The Metropolitan Opera's first production of Luigi Cherubini's "Medea," in the Italian version, opens the season. The soprano Sondra Radvanovsky is aware of the pressure. nyti.ms/3r790q1
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Exposure to smoke from wildfires has worsened over the past decade, potentially reversing decades of improvements in the air quality in the Western U.S., according to a study released Thursday. nyti.ms/3DXnkcj
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The new analysis, from Stanford University, found a significant increase over the past decade in the number of people experiencing an "extreme smoke day," which is defined as air quality deemed unhealthy for all age groups. nyti.ms/3C3I1lK
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In 2020 alone, nearly 25 million people across the contiguous U.S. were affected by dangerous smoke. nyti.ms/3C3I1lK
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The research indicates that wildfire smoke could be a leading cause of the reversal of gains made by the Clean Air Act, wiping out most of the progress made under the act. See more details from the study. nyti.ms/3C3I1lK
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