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In the 2022 midterm election, they backed candidates from both parties, helping to re-elect the Republican Governor, Brian Kemp, over Stacey Abrams, a Democrat. nyti.ms/3FsCKFO pic.twitter.com/uU57oqhQCT
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But these same precincts that voted for Kemp didn’t support the Republican candidate for Senate, Herschel Walker. Instead, these voters turned out in higher numbers for the Democrat, Raphael Warnock. See more of our analysis here. nyti.ms/3FsCKFO
 
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But in 2020, many of the precincts shifted to the left and helped deliver Georgia to Joe Biden. nyti.ms/3FsCKFO pic.twitter.com/GLGfltzzV0
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In the 2022 midterm election, they backed candidates from both parties, helping to re-elect the Republican Governor, Brian Kemp, over Stacey Abrams, a Democrat. nyti.ms/3FsCKFO
 
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A majority of these precincts, traditionally Republican strongholds, voted to elect Donald Trump as president in 2016 by significant margins. nyti.ms/3FsCKFO pic.twitter.com/fYNu65xd7g
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But in 2020, many of the precincts shifted to the left and helped deliver Georgia to Joe Biden. nyti.ms/3FsCKFO
 
A small collection of precincts across Georgia favored both a Republican for governor and a Democrat for Senator in November’s midterms. Most of these are in Atlanta’s northern suburbs and have flipped from one party to the other in recent elections. nyti.ms/3FsCKFO
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A majority of these precincts, traditionally Republican strongholds, voted to elect Donald Trump as president in 2016 by significant margins. nyti.ms/3FsCKFO
 
A small collection of precincts across Georgia favored both a Republican for governor and a Democrat for Senator in November’s midterms. Most of these are in Atlanta’s northern suburbs and have flipped from one party to the other in recent elections. nyti.ms/3FsCKFO
These Georgia Precincts Were Red. Then Blue. Now They Are Purple.
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In Opinion

The Biden nomination calendar contains a "dooming flaw: the replacement of Iowa with South Carolina as the first state," writes Faiz Shakir, who managed Bernie Sanders's 2020 campaign. "The change would be comical if it weren't tragic." nyti.ms/3usIOb3
Opinion | Biden Is Putting South Carolina First. I Wont Vote for That.
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
I paid a visit to the QDC, the only store in Qatar where alcohol (and pork) can be purchased for home consumption.

I spoke to people for whom it's "the happiest place in Doha" — and others who are not allowed inside.

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If you live in an area where winters are cold and gray, it’s smart to think about how you’ll get vitamin D — often called the sunshine vitamin — over the next several months. nyti.ms/3UywHnC
Am I Getting Enough Vitamin D During the Winter?
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Spain 🇪🇸 passed the ball relentlessly in the first half against Morocco 🇲🇦, but all that ball dominance did not add up to a goal. The first half ended 0-0.

Follow our live #FIFAWorldCup updates. nyti.ms/3PcfxuY
Halftime: Morocco giving Spain trouble.
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Several children in Britain have died from strep A this season, health officials said Tuesday. Here’s a breakdown of what we know and symptoms to look for. nyti.ms/3FvcTwS
What to Know About Strep A Infections Among Children in the U.K.
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As Ukraine battles to protect its power grid from Russia’s relentless assault, the country’s National Philharmonic took the stage in the dark.

Swipe through to see some of the orchestra’s performance →
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Ukraines Philharmonic Plays On
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Are you a high-achieving business executive who likes to compete in endurance races? Do you have an extra $15,000? Welcome to Ironman XC (“executive challenge”), the exclusive branch of the triathlon that’s for the one percent. nyti.ms/3HiZjhw
How the 1% Runs an Ironman
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From @TheAthleticFC: 13 kilometers separate Spain and Morocco at the narrowest point in the Mediterranean Sea. That means many close connections between the two nations, who are facing off at the World Cup, but also a wide political and economic divide. nyti.ms/3VNSGrO
How Spain and Morocco are united and divided by their sporting and cultural connections
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In Opinion

“My intuition told me to pick up a camera,” Tom Krawczyk, a filmmaker, writes of when his mother started caring for an abandoned baby squirrel. “I knew something special was happening.” Watch his Op-Doc. nyti.ms/3VT82uP
Opinion | My Mother Has Two Sons: Me and a Squirrel
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🟨🟩 How did you do in Wordle today? 🟨🟩 nyti.ms/3gYHr0R
 
Tech giants like Facebook and Google encouraged the computer science education boom in the U.S. But now, layoffs and hiring freezes are upending the plans of recent graduates who have spent years preparing for careers in the field. nyti.ms/3VSVyU7
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Are you a recent graduate or college student applying for tech jobs or internships? Please tell us about your experience in this form. nyti.ms/3uqa8XA
 
Tech giants like Facebook and Google encouraged the computer science education boom in the U.S. But now, layoffs and hiring freezes are upending the plans of recent graduates who have spent years preparing for careers in the field. nyti.ms/3VSVyU7
Computer Science Students Face a Shrinking Big Tech Job Market
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In Opinion

“To many Americans, the most risible feature of the World Cup was not the knockout-stage loss to the Dutch,” David Papineau, an author, writes in a guest essay. “It is this shameless playacting of the athletes.”
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Opinion | Yes, the Players in the World Cup Do Keep Falling Over for No Reason
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From @TheAthleticFC: Ever since Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo burst onto the football scene, they have been locked in a game of "Anything you can do, I can do better."

Here's an absurd timeline of how they have driven each other to break records. nyti.ms/3UvXrVz
 
Xi Jinping, China’s leader, will travel to Saudi Arabia on Wednesday for summits with leaders from across the Middle East, a region where U.S. allies are growing closer to China. He is expected to sign contracts with the Saudis and other Gulf States.
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Chinas Xi to Visit Saudi Arabia for Regional Summits
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In a North Carolina case, the Supreme Court is being asked to decide whether to dramatically expand the authority state legislatures have over election maps and voting laws. nyti.ms/3VUlmzf
Supreme Court to Hear Arguments on Far-Reaching Elections Case
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Spain 🇪🇸 takes on Morocco 🇲🇦 at the #FIFAWorldCup on Tuesday. Morocco has emerged at the top of its group, but its toughest task yet will be thwarting Spain’s dynamic midfield.

Follow our updates.
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Spain vs. Morocco: Africas Last Hope Runs Into a Magical Midfield
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Proton was among the most-used VPN services in Russia to sidestep harsh new online censorship rules. Then it was blocked. After it came up with a fix, it was blocked again. Then again. Here's the story of their cat-and-mouse game with Russian censors.

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The Qatar Distribution Company is the sole importer and distributor of alcohol in Qatar. Access inside its razor-wire-topped walls is granted by a state-run application process that requires a minimum salary, keeping it out of reach for most residents.
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A Beer Run in Qatar, and an Oasis That Isnt Open to All
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Part-time staff at the New School in New York are on strike to demand better pay. As the strike enters its third week, administrators, faculty and parents are battling over the finances and future of an institution known for its left-leaning politics. nyti.ms/3P5GjFl
New School Adjuncts Push for Better Pay Drives Acrimonious Strike
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
The law is likely to put another strain on a community that has already been largely stigmatized in a country where officials have cast the repression of L.G.B.T.Q. expression as part of a wider struggle to protect Russia from Western interference. nytimes.com/2022/12/05/wor…
 
Georgians on Tuesday will decide whether Senator Raphael Warnock, the Democratic incumbent, or Herschel Walker, the retired football star nominated by Republicans, will represent them in the Senate. Here are five factors that will help decide the winner. nyti.ms/3F0vX4O
5 Key Factors That Will Decide the Georgia Senate Runoff
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The jury that will decide whether Donald Trump’s company is guilty of felonies related to a tax fraud that its executives engaged in began deliberating this week. The stakes are high for several players.
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Trump Organization Jury Is Considering a Momentous Decision
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We have an exclusive this morning on a new report that documents extensive links between the global auto industry and the Xinjiang region, where the Chinese government has carried out a brutal crackdown on Uyghurs and other minorities nytimes.com/2022/12/06/bus…
 
Over the past 50 years, male labor force participation –– the share of men working or looking for work –– has steadily fallen in the U.S., while female participation has climbed.

The trend has left maritime transportation firms desperate for new workers. nyti.ms/3FvXNYj
If There Is a Male Malaise With Work, Could One Answer Be at Sea?
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“Most video game reboots don’t do much more than bump up the resolution of the graphics to look better on new TVs,” our columnist @bxchen writes. But Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is different.
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Most Video Game Reboots Stink. But Not the Latest Final Fantasy.
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China’s top leader, Xi Jinping, heaped praise on Jiang Zemin at the late former president's funeral. Xi also urged the nation to rally around himself, a week after protests tested his authority. nyti.ms/3VCIYbZ
In a Turbulent Time for China, Xi Projects Unity at an Ex-Leaders Funeral
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As funding for the U.S. pandemic response dries up, Americans without health insurance risk footing the bill for Covid tests and treatment. nyti.ms/3Fu3zcF
For the Uninsured, Covid Care Has Entered a New Stage of Crisis
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Polls open at 7 a.m. Eastern in the last battle of the 2022 midterms: the runoff between Senator Raphael Warnock, the Democratic incumbent, and Herschel Walker, his Republican challenger.

Follow our updates.
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Live Updates: Georgia Voters Head to Polls for Final Say on Warnock vs. Walker
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An increasingly diverse Spain soccer team is drawing in fans who had once seen the squad as a symbol of their country, but not necessarily of them.

"They are Black and Spanish," a journalist and author said. nyti.ms/3Bb590s
 
The global auto industry still has extensive links to the Xinjiang region of China, a new report says, despite a U.S. law intended to restrict purchases from the area, where China has committed human rights abuses against mostly Muslim minorities. nyti.ms/3P3vkvM
Global Car Supply Chains Entangled With Abuses in Xinjiang, Report Says
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Some of the cruise missiles that Russia launched at Ukraine’s civilian infrastructure in November were made months after the West imposed sanctions intended to deprive Moscow of the components needed to make those munitions, a weapons research group said. nyti.ms/3VTYWOB
Russian Cruise Missiles Were Made Just Months Ago Despite Sanctions
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Indonesia outlawed sex outside of marriage in a sweeping overhaul of its criminal code.

The new rules also apply to foreigners, and have drawn criticism from human rights activists who warned of the risks to the LGBT community and religious minorities. nyti.ms/3UFjhWF
 
A Russian TV host made an unscripted call for viewers to provide aid to Russian soldiers. His comment plunged a major independent Russian media outlet into crisis, and put focus on the public role of exiles in the country's war. nyti.ms/3HakaDP
A Russian Journalists Reference to Russian Troops Causes Fury and Soul Searching
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The New York Times's best theater of 2022 list includes "A Strange Loop," "Into the Woods," "Kimberly Akimbo" and more. Here's what our critics said about the shows. nyti.ms/3h64arJ
 
Kirstie Alley, the actress whose role as Rebecca Howe in the sitcom “Cheers” catapulted her career and earned her an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe, died on Monday at 71. Read more: nyti.ms/3HdBKql
 
Ukraine used drones to attack two military bases hundreds of miles inside Russia, demonstrating Kyiv’s ability to strike such long distances, according to Russian and Ukrainian officials. nyti.ms/3VR3tRQ
Russian Invasion of Ukraine: Ukrainian Attacks Deep Inside Russia Escalate the War
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
Ukraine executed its most brazen attack into Russian territory in the 9-mo-old war on Monday, targeting 2 military bases hundreds of miles inside the country, using unmanned drones, according to the Russian defense ministry and a senior Ukrainian official. nytimes.com/live/2022/12/0…
 
People crowded into underground subway stations as air raid alarms went off across Kyiv, Ukraine.
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Breaking News: Indonesia has outlawed sex outside of marriage in a sweeping overhaul of its criminal code that also sharply expands its laws against blasphemy. nyti.ms/3VB7cDq
In Sweeping New Law, Indonesia Outlaws Sex Outside of Marriage
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What was the best comedy of 2022? The New York Times's list includes Jerrod Carmichael’s "Rothaniel," Atsuko Okatsuka's "The Intruder" and more. Here are some of the highlights from our critic. nyti.ms/3F2Zhb2
Best Comedy of 2022
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The New York Times Retweeted ·  
You may be wondering where Fred McGriff stacks up against other HOFers. In reality, the Hall hasn't always had such high standards and McGriff stacks up fine.

I took a look at the best players who aren't in, and the worst players who are, for @NYTSports nytimes.com/2022/12/05/spo…
 
Ukraine targeted two military bases hundreds of miles inside Russia using drones, according to the Russian defense ministry and a senior Ukrainian official. nyti.ms/3iEsxNN
 
There are a few ways you can literally divide and conquer so that both you and your partner will be sleeping soundly. nyti.ms/3Vwy6fy
Ask Wirecutter: How Do I Share a Bed When Im Shivering and My Partners Sweating?
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