“The primary election marks the end of an extraordinary chapter in New York’s history and the start of another, an inflection point that will play a defining role in shaping the post-pandemic future of the city”-@katieglueck https://t.co/2KizoJjB0J
"Long Buried Secrets: The Serial Killer and the Detective" is in great company among 11 amazing stories picked for The Weekender. I'm thrilled this piece, at once a pitch dark mystery and a profile of relentless, hard work, is resonating. https://t.co/iewJEzhpEt
NEW: The first tangible impacts of the new voting laws: local election officials -- the ones who set early voting hours, drop box and precinct location and more -- are being removed by GOP-controlled county and state officials.
Latinos were 8% of older Americans in 2016, but they'll be over 1 in 5 by 2060. Yet jobs w/out pension benefits and other structural disadvantages pose challenges for older, low-income Latinos and their caregivers.
At 17, Juliane Diller was the sole survivor of a plane crash in the Amazon, waking up in the jungle on Christmas morning, 1971. 50 years later, she still returns to run Panguana, a research station in Peru founded by her parents. https://t.co/mdlCA7BHrc
A source I called for my first @NYTStyles piece thought I was pranking them. "Hi, I'm calling from The New York Times, I wanted to get your thoughts on the legality of eating the Mona Lisa" ... after hearing myself say it out loud, I see their point.
Last week Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas announced a vague ambition to pick up where Donald Trump left off and construct a wall along the border. On Wednesday, Abbott revealed how he would pay for it: Donations. https://t.co/7tnEdnCo1W
Julia "Hurricane" Hawkins started running at age 100.
Keith Rivers quit the NFL at 29 & moved to Paris to study art.
Gertrude Mokotoff married a man she met at the gym when she was 98.
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