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After nearly a decade of testing, the experts @wirecutter found the best fans for beating the heat and clearing a stuffy room. nyti.ms/39k037l
The Best Fan
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Keanu Reeves: unknowable icon, the internet’s adorably tragic boyfriend, a prolific actor who never seems to be acting. “Why do we get so much out of a movie star who appears to give us so little?” @Wesley_Morris asks Alex Pappademas on Still Processing. nyti.ms/3wcBPVk
Keanu Reeves Will Be Your Mirror
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Una campaña de financiamiento colectivo en internet está generando millones de dólares en donaciones y una gran cantidad de armas pequeñas y equipo militar para Ucrania. nyti.ms/3LeU0hw
Hay pequeas redes de personas que pueden comprar casi cualquier cosa: el financiamiento colectivo de la guerra en Ucrania
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"That violence can’t be reformed away."

Hoda Katebi, 27, has become a leading critic of the global garment industry, particularly its fast-fashion sector — a hidden world that she ultimately wants to tear down. nyti.ms/3szGRZY
Taking On Fast Fashion by Taking It Down
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Vladimir Putin has viewed the expansion of NATO as an existential threat that would leave Russia hemmed in with Western missiles on its doorstep. Now, his invasion of Ukraine has NATO on the brink of its largest potential expansion in nearly two decades. nyti.ms/3lbqmPF
For Putin, a Nordic Nightmare Is Springing to Life
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"The Bushwick Bachelor" — a self-funded YouTube reality series inspired by the ABC franchise — offers willing young singles in Brooklyn the chance at a fairy tale ending. nyti.ms/3L6qAC8
The Bachelor Comes to Bushwick
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En algunos pueblos ubicados a lo largo del frente de batalla, los soldados ucranianos y rusos se enfrentan a corta distancia, a veces a la vista del adversario. nyti.ms/3FJmbnJ
Es un combate duro: as se vive en las trincheras de Ucrania
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People generally prefer that strangers steer clear of their weddings. But a confluence of factors — many tied to the pandemic — has left more couples needing to avoid awkward empty tables and wasted expenses. Welcome, wedding crashers. nyti.ms/3wc4oCv
Wedding Crashers? Lately, More Like Welcome Guests.
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No, the Biden administration is not sending baby formula to undocumented immigrants at the expense of American families amid a national shortage. nyti.ms/3LenOLd
Republicans Wrongly Tie Biden Immigration Policies to Baby Formula Shortage
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Update: Twitch says it removed the video within 2 minutes of the violence starting.

Meanwhile, Discord, where the shooter allegedly posted a to-do list and other messages, says it is working with law enforcement to investigate.
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Finding the right organization to help Ukrainian refugees can be a challenge, but the rewards are immeasurable. @davidfarley writes from Poland, where he was helping to distribute clothing: nyti.ms/3Mh8Nto
Looking to Help Ukrainian Refugees? A Voluntourism Guide
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Britney Spears, who was recently released from a conservatorship that had prevented her from becoming pregnant, revealed on Instagram on Saturday that she has had a miscarriage.

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We Lost Our Miracle Baby, Britney Spears Shares
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The Ukrainian rap and folk band Kalush Orchestra won the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday, as European viewers and juries delivered a symbolic, pop culture endorsement of solidarity behind Ukraine in its defense against Russia’s invasion.

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Despite not being in Europe, Australia has been competing in #Eurovision since 2015. This year’s entry, Sheldon Riley, will even be familiar to American viewers because he made it to the quarterfinals of “America’s Got Talent” in 2020. nyti.ms/3NgeFmC
Australia? In Eurovision? Whats that about?
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Twitch, the livestreaming platform, confirms that the shooter who killed 10 people at a New York grocery story today streamed the attack live on its site. Says it has taken the channel offline and is monitoring for people rebroadcasting it.

More updates: nytimes.com/live/2022/05/1…
 
An 18-year-old white male who traveled from outside Buffalo was in custody after an attack at a Tops grocery store that officials said was racially motivated. Eleven of the 13 people who were shot were Black. nyti.ms/3l9RYVd
 
Kalush Orchestra’s “Stefania” has all the elements of a #Eurovision hit: high-speed rapping, catchy folk singing, a break dancer dressed as a carpet.

Here’s everything you need to know about the group’s journey to Turin. nyti.ms/3G0GMEh
Ukraines Eurovision entry: All you need to know.
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New York University (Taylor's Version)

Taylor Swift will not only be delivering this year's commencement speech, she will also receive an honorary doctorate of fine arts. nyti.ms/3l9pzyz
Hottest Ticket in Town? Taylor Swift, Class of 22.
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Americans have made their way through a pandemic that has upended plans, brought tumult and sickened millions. But one group has been forced onto a separate path. These are the loved ones of the nearly one million people in the U.S. who have died of Covid. nyti.ms/3sAwSDF
The Lost Americans
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Cautivar a los bebés es arte y ciencia en Moonbug, una potencia del entretenimiento infantil que crea y comercializa espectáculos para públicos de hasta 6 año. Si tienes hijos, es posible que sus programas ya te hayan llevado al borde de la locura. nyti.ms/3lc6nAo
 
At least 10 people have been killed in the shooting at the Tops supermarket in Buffalo, New York, according to a person familiar with the government’s investigation. The gunman is in custody.

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Live Updates: Gunman Opens Fire at a Grocery Store in Buffalo, Killing At Least 10 People
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
To capture the magnitude of death from Covid, The Times created a wraparound cover with a map marking the location of lives lost in the U.S.
 
The front page of The New York Times for Sunday, May 15, 2022.
 
In Opinion

"The White House is considering various proposals for debt cancellation, possibly with income-based limits for eligibility," writes the Times editorial board. "Such limits are crucial, because they direct the help to those most in need." nyti.ms/3l8Rqiq
Opinion | Student Debt Is Crushing. Canceling It for Everyone Is Still a Bad Idea.
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
New: Biden’s legal team is girding for a deluge of oversight investigations- and possible impeachment - if GOP takes Congress in the Midterm, including hiring Dick Sauber to be special counsel to run White House oversight response. With ⁦@nytmikenytimes.com/2022/05/14/us/…
Gearing Up for G.O.P. Gains, White House Braces for Barrage of Inquiries
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Breaking News: A gunman opened fire on Saturday at a grocery store in Buffalo, New York. The police said that multiple people were wounded, and a suspect is in custody. nyti.ms/3l7sqbv
Several People Shot at Grocery Store in Buffalo, Police Say
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Police officers in the Bronx killed a man they said had fired at them with an air pistol on Friday night, the second such fatal encounter in the borough in four days. nyti.ms/39PGa8a
Police Fatally Shoot a Man in the Bronx, Officials Say
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Thousands of marchers converged in the nation’s capital and across the country on Saturday to show their support for abortion rights nearly two weeks after the leak of a Supreme Court draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade. nyti.ms/3L9Of4x
 
The lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania, John Fetterman, has used his shorts-and-hoodie image to connect with voters. Now, days before the state's primary, he's the front-runner for the Democratic Senate nomination. He says he is simply “doing my thing.” nyti.ms/3wskOWj
How Just a Dude in Shorts Became a Senate Front-Runner
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Justice Clarence Thomas described the leak of a draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade as “kind of an infidelity” that has destroyed trust among the members of the Supreme Court. nyti.ms/3wepzUw
 
#Eurovision, the world’s most-watched song contest, is about to reach its glitzy, campy climax.

Follow along with our reporters’ live updates. nyti.ms/37JNxNQ
Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final 2022: Live Updates
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
We spoke to nonprofit leaders, doctors, digital currency experts and lawyers about cryptocurrency and fundraising. w/ @Alisha__g & @vsaffron, edited by @bmwertheim

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North Korea reported a surge in suspected coronavirus infections and deaths on Saturday as it struggled to contain its first reported outbreak. Kim Jong-un said this could be one of the greatest crises in the country’s history. nyti.ms/3N987Gq
North Korea Says Its Covid Outbreak Is Spreading Fast
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Lil Keed, a protégé of Young Thug and a rapper from Atlanta with a voice that he often stretched into a helium-high, Auto-Tuned falsetto, died on Friday in Los Angeles. He was 24. His record label, 300 Entertainment, did not specify a cause. nyti.ms/39oDazi
 
At least 17 people were wounded in a shooting in downtown Milwaukee on Friday night, blocks from the arena where an NBA playoff game ended hours earlier, the police said. The victims were all expected to survive, the police said. nyti.ms/3sAT0hc
At Least 17 Wounded in Downtown Milwaukee Shooting, Police Say
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Ukraine’s rousing, hip-hop infused song “Stefania” is favored to win the Eurovision Song Contest. The song was written to honor the mother of the group’s frontman but since the war, it's been reinterpreted as a tribute to Ukraine as a motherland. nyti.ms/3MbCjka
Amid war and destruction, Ukraine is favored to win the wildly popular Eurovision Song Contest.
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A New Delhi commercial building caught fire on Friday, leaving at least 27 people dead, most of them assembly line workers. Officials warned that the toll could rise as rescuers continue searching for victims. nyti.ms/3Lg92U2
Building Fire in Indias Capital Leaves Dozens Dead
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The Eurovision Song Contest started as a friendly music competition, and now, it's the world’s largest live music event. Here's how to watch from the U.S., how Russia's invasion of Ukraine affected the competition and more ahead of Saturday's final. nyti.ms/3yCVP5o
A Guide to Eurovision 2022
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The American South, home to some of the lowest vaccination rates in the country, lost a greater share of its population than any other region. nyti.ms/3sAPfIG pic.twitter.com/k8EFSG6dy7
Replying to @nytimes
At the start of the pandemic, few understood how high the toll might climb in the U.S., a toll that now exceeds the number of deaths on all the battlefields in all of America’s wars combined. See our analysis on how America lost one million people. nyti.ms/3sAPfIG
How America Lost One Million People
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In reply to @nytimes
About 60% of the Covid-19 deaths at the beginning of the pandemic were in the Northeast. New York City alone saw 20% of the nation’s deaths. The rest of the U.S. would bear the bulk of the 900,000 deaths to come. The true national total is likely higher because of undercounting. pic.twitter.com/infuZdp0mm
Replying to @nytimes
The American South, home to some of the lowest vaccination rates in the country, lost a greater share of its population than any other region. nyti.ms/3sAPfIG
 
In reply to @nytimes
Close to half of deaths came after vaccines were widely available, a sign of how unsuccessful the U.S. has been in persuading people to get fully vaccinated. Unvaccinated people have been at least nine times as likely to die from Covid as vaccinated people. pic.twitter.com/b7n23A6dsS
Replying to @nytimes
About 60% of the Covid-19 deaths at the beginning of the pandemic were in the Northeast. New York City alone saw 20% of the nation’s deaths. The rest of the U.S. would bear the bulk of the 900,000 deaths to come. The true national total is likely higher because of undercounting.
 
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Experts say deaths were all but inevitable from the virus. But looking back, it’s clear that many lives could have been saved in the U.S. The high toll is a result of many factors, among them political divisions and an overburdened health care system. nyti.ms/3sAPfIG pic.twitter.com/yPwBOXk34D
Replying to @nytimes
Close to half of deaths came after vaccines were widely available, a sign of how unsuccessful the U.S. has been in persuading people to get fully vaccinated. Unvaccinated people have been at least nine times as likely to die from Covid as vaccinated people.
 
In reply to @nytimes
Black and Hispanic people in every age group have died at higher rates than white people. The racial disparity in deaths was especially extreme at the beginning of the pandemic, but the gaps remain today. nyti.ms/3sAPfIG pic.twitter.com/O57osqLx5B
Replying to @nytimes
Experts say deaths were all but inevitable from the virus. But looking back, it’s clear that many lives could have been saved in the U.S. The high toll is a result of many factors, among them political divisions and an overburdened health care system. nyti.ms/3sAPfIG
 
In reply to @nytimes
In the U.S., three-quarters of the dead have been 65 or older. Older people tend to have weaker organ function and immune systems, leaving them more vulnerable to disease and less likely to respond to vaccines. nyti.ms/3sAPfIG pic.twitter.com/y3l8qkDIaW
Replying to @nytimes
Black and Hispanic people in every age group have died at higher rates than white people. The racial disparity in deaths was especially extreme at the beginning of the pandemic, but the gaps remain today. nyti.ms/3sAPfIG
 
In reply to @nytimes
Among them were mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, daughters and sons. They were often older; they were essential workers. Some were vaccinated, many more were not. They left countless loved ones behind. nyti.ms/3sAPfIG pic.twitter.com/aZ4fkvNlw3
Replying to @nytimes
In the U.S., three-quarters of the dead have been 65 or older. Older people tend to have weaker organ function and immune systems, leaving them more vulnerable to disease and less likely to respond to vaccines. nyti.ms/3sAPfIG
 
Nearly one million people have died of Covid in the U.S. since the pandemic began. The deaths came in wave after wave and left no corner of the country untouched. nyti.ms/3sAPfIG pic.twitter.com/GlCgTKZIH2
Replying to @nytimes
Among them were mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, daughters and sons. They were often older; they were essential workers. Some were vaccinated, many more were not. They left countless loved ones behind. nyti.ms/3sAPfIG
 
Nearly one million people have died of Covid in the U.S. since the pandemic began. The deaths came in wave after wave and left no corner of the country untouched. nyti.ms/3sAPfIG
 
Senator Mitch McConnell and three other Republican senators visited Ukraine on Saturday to meet with President Volodymyr Zelensky. The trip highlights the widespread bipartisan support for Ukraine in Washington. nyti.ms/3Le6eXC
 
A landlord in the Bronx "underestimated" his tenants. Now they could own the building.

Read this and 10 other stories handpicked by New York Times editors in The Weekender. nyti.ms/3wpbliw
The Weekender
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Gilad Kariv is the first rabbi from the more liberal Reform movement to serve as an Israeli lawmaker. His ideas — such as greater prayer rights for women and a campaign for civil weddings and divorce — are challenging the country’s Orthodox establishment. nyti.ms/3FJifTT
A Rabbis Contentious Quest for Religious Pluralism in Israel
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