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    Iowa has led the Democratic presidential nominations since 1972. For decades, the state was an early proving ground for upstart candidates, including Jimmy Carter and Barack Obama.
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    A Revolution in How Democrats Pick a President

    A plan spearheaded by President Biden could see Iowa replaced as the first state to vote in the party’s primaries.

     By Michael BarbaroAlex SternStella TanNina FeldmanRachel QuesterMarion LozanoDiane WongDan Powell and

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      The Ezra Klein Show

      Sabbath and the Art of Rest

      Judith Shulevitz shares the wisdom of the Sabbath and its offering to a modern world that struggles to unplug.

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      We Were Three

      A story of lies, family, America and what Covid revealed, as well as what it destroyed.

       By Nancy UpdikeJenelle PiferJulie Snyder and

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    The price of eggs has increased in the past year in parts of the United States.
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    The State of the U.S. Economy in 4 Numbers

    A look at key figures and what they reveal about the current economic situation.

     By Michael BarbaroAsthaa ChaturvediMary WilsonLisa ChowJohn KetchumDan PowellMarion LozanoElisheba Ittoop and

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    The crisis over the Colorado River is the latest example of how climate change is overwhelming the foundations of American life.
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    7 States, 1 River and an Agonizing Choice

    After decades of drought, the Colorado River is at a breaking point. The federal government may have to intervene.

     By Sabrina TaverniseMichael Simon JohnsonWill ReidClare ToeniskoetterPaige CowettMarion LozanoDan Powell and

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    The Death of Tyre Nichols

    What really happened to the Black man who died after he was violently beaten by police officers in Memphis.

     By Michael BarbaroDiana NguyenMooj ZadieMary WilsonAnita BadejoJohn KetchumLisa ChowPaige CowettMarion LozanoElisheba Ittoop and

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    A protest in Tehran in September. Videos shared on social media show Iranians demonstrating in the face of crackdowns by the authorities.
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    Arrests, Executions and the Iranian Protesters Who Refuse to Give Up

    Who are the people taking to the streets, and why are they willing to risk their lives to confront the regime?

     By Sabrina TaverniseEric KrupkeRachelle BonjaMary WilsonLiz O. BaylenLisa ChowElisheba IttoopMarion LozanoDan Powell and

First Person

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    The Teenager Leading the Smartphone Liberation Movement

    Logan Lane gave up her smartphone. That changed her life.

     By Lulu Garcia-NavarroRhiannon CorbyAnabel BaconKaari PitkinStephanie JoyceCarole SabouraudIsaac JonesSonia Herrero and

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    The Left Is Eating Itself

    How purity politics leave progressive power on the table.

     By Lulu Garcia-NavarroWyatt OrmeDerek ArthurStephanie JoyceKaari PitkinSonia HerreroIsaac JonesPat McCusker and

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    I Lost Weight on Ozempic. Here’s What the Debate Gets Wrong.

    Why one doctor believes obesity should be treated like any disease — with medication.

     By Lulu Garcia-NavarroSophia Alvarez BoydDerek ArthurAnabel BaconKaari PitkinPat McCuskerIsaac JonesSonia Herrero and

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    Why Does Big Tech Make It So Hard to Fix Your Devices?

    The C.E.O. of iFixit is fighting for your right to stop shopping and start repairing.

     By Lulu Garcia-NavarroWyatt OrmeDerek ArthurAnabel BaconKaari PitkinCarole SabouraudIsaac JonesSonia Herrero and

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    The Veteran Outing Domestic Extremists

    Veterans are valuable recruits for far-right groups. Kris Goldsmith wants them to fight back.

     By Lulu Garcia-NavarroOlivia NattStephanie JoyceKaari PitkinCarole SabouraudIsaac JonesSonia Herrero and

Still Processing

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    America Has a Problem

    The hosts of “Still Processing” on the undoing of Kanye West.

     By Wesley MorrisJenna WorthamElyssa DudleyHans BuetowChristina DjossaSasha Weiss and

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    Plastic Off the Sofa

    “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” doesn’t shy away from big subjects like grief and colonization. The hosts of “Still Processing” are ready for it.

     By Wesley MorrisJenna WorthamElyssa DudleyHans BuetowChristina DjossaSasha Weiss and

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    I’m That Girl

    Beyoncé’s latest album, “Renaissance,” showcases a pop star letting go of all expectations.

     By Wesley MorrisJenna WorthamElyssa DudleyHans BuetowChristina DjossaSasha Weiss and

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    New Foundation

    Being back in the workplace only really matters “if the amount of care and caring that became the No. 1 conversation in March of 2020 carries through,” J Wortham, a co-host of “Still Processing,” says.

     By Wesley MorrisJenna WorthamElyssa DudleyHans BuetowChristina DjossaSasha Weiss and

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    Summer Renaissance

    Disco is back. And so is Donna Summer. But the singer’s transcendence doesn’t stop at disco.

     By Wesley MorrisJenna WorthamElyssa DudleyHans BuetowChristina DjossaSasha Weiss and

The Argument

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    Is This How a Cold War With China Begins?

    The political scientist Jessica Chen Weiss warns of escalating tensions between Washington and Beijing.

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Reporter Reads

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Modern Love

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    Your Weirdest Dates

    We asked listeners to tell us about their most bizarre date spots. The stories were imaginative, morbid and in some cases, life changing.

     

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    A Bond Thicker Than Blood

    When he yearned for his father, his godfather would appear. Plus: How a woman’s life changed when she gave her subway card to a stranger.

     

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    No More Hiding

    A woman comes to terms with her bipolar disorder and how it affects her love life. After her essay: A man has a hunch he’s met the one.

     

Book Review

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    The 10 Best Books of 2022

    On a special new episode of the podcast, taped live, editors and critics from the Books desk discuss this year’s outstanding fiction and nonfiction.

     

  2. Bringing Down Harvey Weinstein

    The Times reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor talk about their book ‘She Said,’ and Neal Gabler discusses the first volume of his Ted Kennedy biography.

     

Popcast

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    The Year of Bad Bunny

    With a blockbuster LP and a smash tour, the genre-melding superstar set a new bar for himself, and expanded the possibilities for Spanish-language pop worldwide.

     

The Sunday Read

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    Could I Survive the ‘Quietest Place on Earth’?

    Legends tell of an echoless chamber in an old Minneapolis recording studio that drives visitors insane. I figured I’d give it a whirl.

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    Juliane Diller recently retired as deputy director of the Bavarian State Collection of Zoology in Munich. “The next thing I knew, I was no longer inside the cabin,” she recalled. “I hadn’t left the plane; the plane had left me.”
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    She Fell Nearly 2 Miles, and Walked Away

    At 17, biologist Juliane Diller was the sole survivor of a plane crash in the Amazon. Fifty years later she still runs Panguana, a research station founded by her parents in Peru.

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