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Who Suffers Most When a Massive Event Like SXSW Is Abruptly Canceled?

For countless Americans, the trickle-down effects of cancellation have been swift and life-altering

New York

The New Rules Around Broker Fees in New York, Explained

No, you cannot retroactively reclaim the one you already paid

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A Revolutionary War Site Is Under Threat. Can Local Legislators Save It?

In Fishkill, New York, a new commercial development could encroach on a historic burial ground


The NBA’s Hong Kong Protests Will Not Go Quietly Into the Night

In arenas around the League, the message from fans is becoming increasingly clear

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How Will El Chapo's Life Sentence Impact the International Drug Trade?

With the notorious Mexican kingpin's fate now sealed, experts discuss the industry's future

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What Drove a Multi-Million-Dollar Heiress to Finance a Sex Cult?

Clare Bronfman has spent millions of dollars protecting Nxivm leader Keith Raniere, and her commitment to his cause shows no signs of stopping


5 Things You Didn’t Know About Bob Fosse

Just in time, as the series "Fosse/Verdon" is about to kick off.

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These Monkeys Somehow Survive While Living At 11,000 Feet

They have to battle hyenas and bad weather in Ethiopia's highlands.

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Meet the Woman Who Invented the Mass-Produced Brown Paper Bag

Margaret Knight, a self-taught engineer, was in some ways a patent pioneer.

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2,000-Year-Old “Fast Food” Bar Found In Pompeii

Archaeologists have discovered dozens of thermopolia, or snack bars in the ancient city.