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Tech We’re Using: Limiting the Influence of Tech When You Report on It

Advertisement How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Natasha Singer, a technology reporter for The Times in New York, discussed the tech she’s using. You report on digital privacy, health and ...

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Chris Cornell’s wife says 'there were signs' ahead of suicide

Vicky Cornell, the widow of the late Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell, opened up about her husband’s death on TV for the first time since his May suicide. Vicky sat down with Robin Roberts during “Good Morning America” in an interview ...

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Smith Jr.: Knicks were in ‘funky’ situation ahead of draft

LOS ANGELES – By requesting a physical examination, Dennis Smith Jr. claimed the Knicks reneged on an agreement during their predraft meeting and that’s why he declined to work out for Phil Jackson. “I wouldn’t say they made me feel ...

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This year's flu shots were the least effective in the past decade

This year’s flu shots haven’t been effective in the last decade, and they have only reduced risk of illnesses by 36%, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report released Thursday. The vaccines were most effective for children, ...

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Tech We’re Using: This Valentine’s Day, Considering Tech That Keeps Couples Together

But that whole approach is fueled by an expectation that our search for love is like finding a needle in a haystack. And from what I’ve seen, love doesn’t often work that way. Having too many choices is in itself ...

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Tom Colicchio figured some celeb chefs were jerks, but not others

Celebrity chef Tom Colicchio isn’t surprised Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich’s restaurant group was besieged by sex scandals. But the five-time James Beard Award winner felt “shock” upon hearing about his good “friend” Ken Friedman’s alleged “Rape Room” at the ...

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Tech We’re Using: Keeping Gear (and Herself) Warm at the Winter Olympics

How much social media do you consume for work, what forms of it do you consume the most, and how do you handle the deluge? Photo Ms. Minsberg at her desk. “I’m one of those people that has an obnoxious ...

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Here Are the World’s Virtual Currency Billionaires (or at Least They Were)

The list is a reminder of how the biggest gains in virtual currencies have been reaped by a small number of early adopters — despite the early promises that virtual currencies could democratize the financial system and spread wealth more ...

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Tech We’re Using: Using Drones and Netflix in the Andes, but Sidestepping Google Maps

It reminded me of the stories that every correspondent had about using Google or Waze when I used to cover Israel and the Palestinian territories. Your phone would regularly take you in and out of each as if there weren’t ...

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Americans were less tolerant of LGBT people in 2017

Americans were less accepting of LGBT citizens in 2017 than they were in the last four years, a new survey found. Only 49% of heterosexual adults said they were “very” or “somewhat” comfortable around LGBT people in some situations, the ...

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