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  1. on Golf

    Tiger vs. Phil (and Tom vs. Peyton) Turn Rivalry Into Laughs

    Tiger Woods beat Phil Mickelson in a head-to-head rematch while their mortal-looking N.F.L. partners — Tom Brady and Peyton Manning — drew barbs and laughs.

    By Bill Pennington

  2. News analysis

    Why China’s Move to Rein In Hong Kong Is Just the Start

    Xi Jinping’s China, emboldened by its handling of the coronavirus pandemic, no longer seems constrained by the threat of international rebuke.

    By Steven Lee Myers

  3. U.N. Documents Abductions and Torture Of Iraqi Protesters

    Protesters have long said threats and abductions by militias were routine. United Nation investigators have begun to substantiate the claims.

    By Alissa J. Rubin

  4. news analysis

    Contact Tracing Is Harder Than It Sounds

    An elite cadre of 20th-century syphilis hunters can teach us a lot about what it takes to stop infections.

    By Kate Murphy

  5. A Feud in Wolf-Kink Erotica Raises a Deep Legal Question

    What do copyright and authorship mean in the crowdsourced realm known as the Omegaverse?

    By Alexandra Alter

  6. The Drones Were Ready for This Moment

    While humans hunker below, aerial robots are taking over as cops, street cleaners, medical assistants, delivery workers and soon — friends?

    By Alex Williams

  7. Reduced Demand for Electricity Leads to Power Giveaways

    The pandemic is turning energy markets upside-down. Some consumers will get paid for using electricity.

    By Stanley Reed

  8. from the pantry

    This One-Bowl Cake Is Worthy of Its Own Celebration

    Whether it’s for a birthday, or just the long weekend, this classic recipe doesn’t need much to shine.

    By Melissa Clark

  9. Top U.S. Officials Threaten Action on China Over Hong Kong Security Law

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the White House economic adviser, Kevin Hassett, signaled the Trump administration would punish China.

    By Michael Crowley, Edward Wong and Ana Swanson

  10. Interracial Romance, With Black Women as the Stars

    In “Insecure,” “Love Is Blind” and “The Lovebirds,” these leading ladies are pushing back against dating bias in the real world.

    By Salamishah Tillet


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