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Tesla shares reached new heights, valuing the company at more than $1 trillion, after a deal to supply Hertz with 100,000 electric cars. nyti.ms/3pCW3Vh
Tesla shares surpass $1 trillion in value.
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"If somebody treats me poorly, it’s like they handed me money. I write about it, and I’m like, I’m so glad I was there at that moment." Read the complete @NYTMag interview with David Sedaris. nyti.ms/3CcOsAd
David Sedaris Knows What Youll Laugh at When No One Is Judging
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After months of negotiations over President Biden’s big social spending bill, congressional Democrats looking for ways to pay for it have zeroed in on America’s billionaires. nyti.ms/2XHKRv6
Proposed Tax on Billionaires Raises Question: Whats Income?
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Today’s Crossword, the 42nd New York Times puzzle by Damon Gulczynski, lives up to Monday’s reputation for beginning the week with an inviting theme. Give it a try. nyti.ms/3vGtLdy
 
The U.S. is an outlier in its low levels of financial support for young children’s care. Rich countries contribute an average of $14,000 per year for a toddler’s care, compared with $500 in the U.S. nyti.ms/3GgXjDA
 
Americans have had two light flu seasons in a row. But when compared with last fall, life is more back to normal — which some experts worry could mean we’ll be in for a rough few months. nyti.ms/3nu6c3X
This Flu Season Is Different. Heres How to Prepare.
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In Opinion

“Haiti’s recent history demonstrates that the dominance of gangs is not inevitable,” writes Paul Angelo, a researcher, in a guest essay. “But putting them on the run will require Haitian authorities to set aside petty power struggles.”
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Opinion | There Is a New Kidnapping Capital of the World. Heres What We Need to Do About It.
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Senator Joe Manchin said on Monday that a compromise framework on President Biden’s domestic policy package should be reached by the end of the week, though he acknowledged he had unresolved concerns about its policy details. nyti.ms/3m8dWJz
Manchin says Democrats are still working through budget issues but a compromise is within reach.
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The U.S. is an outlier in its low levels of financial support for young children’s care. Rich countries contribute an average of $14,000 per year for a toddler’s care, compared with $500 in the U.S. nyti.ms/2ZuFcJR
 
Children who are unvaccinated against the coronavirus and a limited category of foreigners arriving from countries with low vaccination rates will be exempted from new U.S. travel rules, Biden administration officials said on Monday. nyti.ms/3pJw5iW
Unvaccinated children and some people from countries with low rates will be exempted from new U.S. travel rules.
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Yet even that much warming is too risky, according to many scientists and world leaders. To hold global temperature rise to a safer limit of 1.5 degrees Celsius, far more drastic action is needed. nyti.ms/3pJuaLg pic.twitter.com/wvnDgVzzca
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See our full project, based on research by scientists at Climate Action Tracker, a group that regularly scrutinizes all the climate and energy policies that countries have enacted worldwide. The data offers reasons for both hope and alarm. nyti.ms/3pJuaLg
Yes, There Has Been Progress on Climate. No, Its Not Nearly Enough.
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Many countries have vowed to slash emissions even faster. So far those promises exist mostly on paper, but if nations follow through, the world could potentially limit total warming to around 2 to 2.4 degrees Celsius by 2100. nyti.ms/3pJuaLg pic.twitter.com/Q3eFb1koAB
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Yet even that much warming is too risky, according to many scientists and world leaders. To hold global temperature rise to a safer limit of 1.5 degrees Celsius, far more drastic action is needed. nyti.ms/3pJuaLg
 
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Now, thanks to rapid growth in clean energy, humanity has started to bend the emissions curve. Current policies put us on pace for roughly 3 degrees Celsius of warming by 2100 — a better result, but still devastating. nyti.ms/3pJuaLg pic.twitter.com/yg0CvW5H99
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Many countries have vowed to slash emissions even faster. So far those promises exist mostly on paper, but if nations follow through, the world could potentially limit total warming to around 2 to 2.4 degrees Celsius by 2100. nyti.ms/3pJuaLg
 
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In 2014, before the Paris climate agreement, the world was on track to heat up nearly 4 degrees Celsius (7.2 degrees Fahrenheit) by the end of the century. That outcome was widely seen as catastrophic. nyti.ms/3pJuaLg pic.twitter.com/t3EGSjMDLV
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Now, thanks to rapid growth in clean energy, humanity has started to bend the emissions curve. Current policies put us on pace for roughly 3 degrees Celsius of warming by 2100 — a better result, but still devastating. nyti.ms/3pJuaLg
 
At the UN climate summit next week, the focus will be on one crucial number: How many degrees hotter will the Earth get? And how do we keep that as low as possible?

Here's what's been done so far — and why scientists say far more drastic action is needed. nyti.ms/3pJuaLg
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In 2014, before the Paris climate agreement, the world was on track to heat up nearly 4 degrees Celsius (7.2 degrees Fahrenheit) by the end of the century. That outcome was widely seen as catastrophic. nyti.ms/3pJuaLg
 
At the UN climate summit next week, the focus will be on one crucial number: How many degrees hotter will the Earth get? And how do we keep that as low as possible?

Here's what's been done so far — and why scientists say far more drastic action is needed. nyti.ms/3pJuaLg
Yes, There Has Been Progress on Climate. No, Its Not Nearly Enough.
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A system called FlightOS provides a glimpse into the future of flight. With new technology, a few iPads and a quick tutorial, anyone could pilot aircraft. Our reporter had a test ride in California. nyti.ms/3maoish
Im Not a Pilot, but I Just Flew a Helicopter Over California
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Thanks to rapid growth in clean energy, the world has made progress in fighting climate change in recent years. But so far it’s not nearly enough to avoid dangerous global warming. nyti.ms/2ZmsVXy
Yes, There Has Been Progress on Climate. No, Its Not Nearly Enough.
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Thanksgiving 2021 is shaping up to be the most expensive meal in the history of the holiday. Nearly every ingredient, from the turkey to the after-dinner coffee, is expected to cost more than ever. nyti.ms/3noXvbb
This Years Thanksgiving Feast Will Wallop the Wallet
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Though the symptoms of flu and Covid-19 can be similar, there are ways to tell them apart. Here’s how. nyti.ms/3pyB7if
Is It Covid-19 or the Flu?
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Nearly 70 years ago, Father Luis Urriza established a humble church in southeast Texas. Now, at the age of 100, his order is making him leave it behind and return to Spain.

"God does things you don’t understand," he said. "Maybe they need me over there." nyti.ms/2Zq6JvX
A 100-Year-Old Priest Was Nudged From His Parish. He Has No Plan to Retire.
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Paul Salata had a soft spot for underdogs and created the Mr. Irrevelant award to honor the NFL player picked last in the college draft. "They do their work and should be noticed," he said in 2017. He has died at age 94. nyti.ms/3bokKNf
Paul Salata, Champion of the N.F.L.s Irrelevant, Dies at 94
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Turkey's president stepped back on Monday from a threat to expel 10 Western ambassadors, averting a diplomatic storm that analysts were warning would bring economic disaster upon Turkey and a lasting rupture in the NATO alliance. nyti.ms/3pBynAE
 
A worm blob wriggles. It falls apart and comes back together. It is everything you wish for and everything you fear. "It was pretty horrific and pretty shocking, but also kind of beautiful," said a postdoctoral fellow.
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Behold, the Worm Blob and Its Computerized Twin
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A provision that would give Medicare the power to negotiate prescription drug prices is being more narrowly discussed by Democrats as part of the social policy bill. The plan would only allow for price negotiation for a small list of medications. nyti.ms/3b5Hd1k
Democrats narrow which medications could be negotiated under Medicare.
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Will your next rental car be a Tesla? Hertz placed an order for 100,000 Tesla vehicles on Monday, a sign of growing momentum in the shift to electric cars. nyti.ms/3vJKDAj
 
Biden's trip to New Jersey is highlighting a dispute over a tax deduction known as SALT, which benefits high earners in states like New Jersey. Biden cannot afford to lose more than three Democratic votes for the spending bill that includes SALT. nyti.ms/3Bffe9Q
 
In Opinion

“My hope is that when parents consider the ‘incentives’ of vaccinating their children against Covid-19, they’ll look beyond the individual benefits,” writes Jessica Calarco, who studies parental vaccine choices, in a guest essay.
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Opinion | Theres Almost No Incentive at All to Give Him the Vaccine.
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U.S. Border Patrol officials belonged to a private Facebook group that contained racist and other offensive posts. But even though 60 employees were found to have violated the agency’s code of conduct, only two lost their job, a House report found. nyti.ms/3GeBGnv
Border Patrol Repeatedly Gave Agents Light Punishments, Report Finds
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A school district in Utah ignored racial harassment for years. Black and Asian American students were often called racial slurs, physically assaulted by peers, and disciplined more harshly and frequently than white students, the Justice Department found. nyti.ms/3Ee4hav
 
President Biden and Democratic leaders are racing to compromise on sticking points in a $2 trillion social policy plan, including health care benefits and paid leave. Biden is pushing for a vote before he leaves to attend the G20 summit on Thursday. nyti.ms/3vK9GDl
Biden and Democrats push for social policy deal this week.
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Troops opened fired on demonstrators in Khartoum, killing two people and injuring more than 80 pro-democracy protestors outside the Sudanese army headquarters on Monday. Earlier in the day, the military had mounted a coup and suspended the government. nyti.ms/3pIQvZo
Troops opened fire on pro-democracy protesters who flooded the streets, with at least two reported killed.
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Alec Baldwin was rehearsing a scene in which he draws a gun and points it at the camera when the gun — which the crew had been told did not contain live rounds — suddenly went off and killed the cinematographer, Halyna Hutchins, according to an affidavit. nyti.ms/3BcNZwR
Alec Baldwin Was Rehearsing Pointing Gun at Camera, Affidavit Says
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FaZe Clan, the e-sports conglomerate, announced on Monday its plan to go public via SPAC at a $1 billion valuation. "This is the beginning of gaming’s further ascent into the cultural zeitgeist," the company's chief executive said. nyti.ms/3GkNRiA
E-sports joins the SPAC craze as FaZe Clan seeks to go public.
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The FDA and CDC have endorsed booster shots, but several advisers said data show that, with the exception of adults over age 65, the vast majority of Americans are already well protected against severe Covid and do not need boosters. nyti.ms/3GiVMwM
Are Vaccine Boosters Widely Needed? Some Federal Advisers Have Misgivings.
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At the FDA’s urging, Pfizer and Moderna are expanding their clinical Covid vaccine trials for children ages 5 to 11. It's a precautionary measure designed to detect rare side effects before seeking emergency authorization for the vaccines. nyti.ms/3nuy3B0
At the F.D.A.s urging, Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna are expanding their trials for children 5 to 11.
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They sound like air being squeezed out of a balloon, but a closer listen showed lemur songs are rhythmic. It's the first time researchers have found a nonhuman animal that seems to have a sense of the beat.

Listen for yourself: nyti.ms/2XIyPBP
Madagascars Got Talent: Lemurs That Sing With Rhythm
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The U.S. is one of six nations in the world without any form of national paid leave. The Democrats are proposing four weeks, but even that is low. Of the 185 countries that offer paid leave for new mothers, only one, Eswatini, offers fewer than four weeks. nyti.ms/3BcxwZw
The World Has Found a Way to Do This: The U.S. Lags on Paid Leave
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Last night we broke the story of what may be Amazon’s biggest HR failure-- its troubled leave system. This does *not* just apply to hourly workers. Consider Leslie Tullis, a corporate employee with an MBA who is also a domestic violence victim. 🧵 nyti.ms/3CbuXZ9
Inside Amazons Worst Human Resources Problem
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Frances Haugen, the Facebook whistle-blower, is testifying in British Parliament as part of a campaign to build stronger oversight of the social media giant.

Watch live: nyti.ms/2ZiijJg
 
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Several dozen Afghan evacuees who were found during overseas screenings to have apparent criminal pasts or links to militants have been sent to a NATO base in Kosovo, their fate uncertain. The news, legal and policy dilemma by @charlie_savage
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Inside Amazon’s Worst Human Resources Problem nyti.ms/3vGVhb5
 
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In Montana, a humble bid for a small serving of Washington pork by a group of civic boosters became yet another nasty skirmish in the bitter nationwide struggle between the forces of fact and fantasy.

How the misinformation is winning in Great Falls -->

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A judicial inquiry into Eric Garner's death is set to begin on Monday. The hearing is aimed at offering greater transparency in a case that many feel has been shrouded in secrecy. "I’ve been waiting seven years, I need answers," his mother said. nyti.ms/3me83ug
Officers to Testify About Eric Garners Death in Long-Delayed Inquiry
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
spent two weeks with other journalists reviewing thousands of Facebook documents

It was striking how much of the self-scrutiny was aimed at the very core functions — Likes, Shares, Recommendations — that made Facebook into the colossus it is today

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A yearslong effort to designate part of Montana a national heritage area was upended by one resident’s disinformation campaign. The dispute has split communities and left the heritage area’s proponents flummoxed at their inability to refute the falsehoods.nyti.ms/3jAeAhk
Where Facts Were No Match for Fear
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The weeks leading up to Monday’s coup in Sudan were fraught with tensions between the military and politicians, as a deadline to transfer power to civilian leadership approached.
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Tensions between Sudans military and politicians grew in the past few months.
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The death of a former Navy SEAL turned C.I.A. fighter in a secret mission to kill or capture a top Qaeda bombmaker reveals a faltering U.S. shadow war in Somalia w/@declanwalsh, @julianbarnes, @tylerhicksphoto nytimes.com/2021/10/24/wor…
 
Episode 2 of the new season of “Succession” sees the Roys continue in crisis mode.

Here’s a recap.
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Succession Recap, Season 3, Episode 2: Judasing
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