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    Republicans have struggled to coalesce around a unified strategy to respond to the F.B.I.’s search of Donald J. Trump’s home in Palm Beach, Fla.
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    Some Republicans Make a More Restrained Case for Defending Trump

    When some G.O.P. members of Congress attacked the nation’s top law enforcement agencies immediately after the F.B.I.’s search of Mar-a-Lago, it underscored deep fissures within the party.

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    The Rise of the Worker Productivity Score

    Across industries and incomes, more employees are being tracked, recorded and ranked. What is gained, companies say, is efficiency and accountability. What is lost?

    By Jodi KantorArya SundaramAliza Aufrichtig and

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      Jagtar Kaur, who lives on the Indian side of the Punjab region, returned to her ancestral home in Pakistan in 2014.
      CreditAtul Loke for The New York Times

      75 Years Later, the Fading Ghosts of India’s Bloody Partition

      With the passing decades, nationalist fervor and mutual suspicion have largely replaced memories of mass death and displacement during the chaotic cleaving of Pakistan from India.

      By Mujib MashalHari Kumar and

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