Opinion | Finding Beauty in the

Photographers tell a story through a single image. We wait patiently, anticipating the moment, and working with the light and space available. There is much debate around what defines street photography. But what I love most about it is how accessible the format is. The photographer moves through public spaces, observing, engaging, capturing beauty in the seemingly — the unexpected […]

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Opinion | The Art Market Often Works in Secret. Here’s a Look Inside.

Ever since a computer file made by the digital artist known as Beeple sold at auction in March for $69 million, observers of the art world have been fascinated and bewildered by the astronomical spike in prices for this type of work — so-called NFT-based art. These are digital creations that, because they are otherwise easily susceptible to being copied […]

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Opinion | Liz Cheney, Break Away and Form a New Party

More from our inbox: To the Editor: Re “Turning on Cheney, the G.O.P. Bows to Trump’s Election Lies” (front page, May 6): The Republican Party, by taking this action, highlights the fact that there is no room for those who are not extremists in the party. Why don’t Representative Liz Cheney and other independent Republicans form a new party? A […]

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Facebook Ducks the Big Issue

Facebook’s suspension of Donald Trump will continue for now, the company announced yesterday. But it still has not resolved the central problem that Trump has created for social media platforms and, by extension, American democracy. The problem is that Trump lies almost constantly. Unlike many other politicians — including other recent presidents, from both parties — he continues to make […]

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Opinion | Should Trump Be Permanently Barred From Facebook?

To the Editor: Re “Facebook Oversight Board Upholds Social Network’s Ban of Trump” (nytimes.com, May 5): Facebook’s Oversight Board has given the company six months to consider whether Donald Trump should be permanently banned or should be subject to a lesser penalty. Mr. Trump is a dangerous person of poor character, as shown by his four chaotic years as president […]

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Macquarie sells Ceske Radiokomunikace to Cordiant Digital Infrastructure

PRAGUE (Reuters) – Macquarie Asset Management funds have sold Czech telecoms and technology infrastructure group Ceske Radiokomunikace to Cordiant Digital Infrastructure, Macquarie said on Tuesday. Terms of the deal for Ceske Radiokomunikace, which operates 660 telecommunications towers and 3,730 km (2,318 miles) of fibre, were not disclosed. Macquarie funds entered Ceske Radiokomunikace in 2011. Cordiant said it aimed to continue […]

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Opinion | How Chuck Schumer Plans to Win Over Trump Voters

The Senate majority leader also discusses the filibuster, Joe Manchin, and Democrats’ plan for 2022 Produced by ‘The Ezra Klein Show’ In his 100 days address this week, Joe Biden outlined his plans for a big, bold legislative agenda to come. He previewed a two-pronged economic package: the $2.25 trillion American Jobs Plan and the $1.8 trillion American Families Plan. […]

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Opinion | Why Is So Much Money Moving to Miami?

Produced by ‘Sway’ Big names in tech including Peter Thiel and Keith Rabois have moved to Miami in the past year. Mayor Francis Suarez is welcoming them with open arms in his zeal to transform Miami into the next tech hub. The sell? Sunshine, low taxes and a mayor who is always willing to take their calls (or, as Kara […]

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Opinion | They Survived Covid. Now They Need New Lungs.

BOSTON — He survived Covid-19, but his lungs were ravaged. After months of deep sedation, he is delirious, his muscles atrophied. And this 61-year-old still cannot breathe on his own. He was first intubated just after the winter holidays. Now, when he fully wakes, he will see that he is still attached to the ventilator by a tracheostomy tube in […]

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