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Top Stories & Weather Pages

New York Times (2021)

  1. The Woman Who Looked at a Forest and Saw a Community

    18 points • may 06, 2021

  2. A History of Getting Hammered, and Why Some of Us Should Keep Doing It

    18 points • jun 24, 2021

  3. The True Story of Robert E. Lee

    18 points • sep 29, 2021

  4. Caroline Todd, Half of a Mystery-Writing Duo, Dies at 86

    18 points • nov 21, 2021

  5. Church of Satan’s ‘Halloween House’ Gutted by Arsonist

    18 points • jan 20, 2021

  6. Vaccines’ protection against virus infection is waning, C.D.C. studies suggest.

    18 points • aug 19, 2021

  7. The Stress-Free Way to Hang Art

    18 points • aug 29, 2021

  8. Pandemic Relief That’s Here to Stay: The To-Go Cocktail

    18 points • may 22, 2021

  9. Things I’ll Do Differently When I’m Old

    18 points • oct 11, 2021

  10. ‘Nursing Is in Crisis’: Staff Shortages Put Patients at Risk

    18 points • aug 29, 2021

  11. How Long Can Democracy Survive QAnon and Its Allies?

    18 points • feb 12, 2021

  12. Language, Please! Salty Feminist Stitch Book Is Too Much for Michaels.

    18 points • mar 18, 2021

  13. Why Exercise Can Be So Draining for People With Rheumatoid Arthritis

    18 points • may 10, 2021

  14. How to Clean Your Filthy, Disgusting Laptop

    18 points • sep 21, 2021

  15. There’s an Art to Making Your Bed

    18 points • may 04, 2021

  16. Rest Better With Light Exercises

    18 points • sep 01, 2021

  17. Officials confirm the first case of the South Africa variant in a New York resident.

    18 points • feb 22, 2021

  18. A Detective Was Accused of Lying. Now 90 Convictions May Be Erased.

    18 points • apr 07, 2021

  19. A Mysterious Crater’s Age May Add Clues to the Dinosaur Extinction

    18 points • jun 21, 2021

  20. Rick Steves on the Return of Travel and Why It Matters

    18 points • nov 02, 2021

  21. Marjorie Taylor Greene and the Republican Perversion of ‘Freedom’

    18 points • feb 09, 2021

  22. The Secret to Smooth Doughs and Fluffy Bread Is Already at Hand

    18 points • apr 21, 2021

  23. ‘Bro I Robbed Everyone’: 3 N.Y.P.D. Officers Charged in Bribe Scheme

    18 points • may 14, 2021

  24. The American Empire in Retreat

    18 points • sep 07, 2021

  25. The Myth of American Innocence

    18 points • jan 12, 2021

  26. The Rise of the Designer Deli

    18 points • oct 30, 2021

  27. We Need to Understand the Difference Between Isolation and Loneliness

    18 points • aug 23, 2021

  28. Russia School Shooting Kills 7 Students and 2 Employees

    18 points • may 11, 2021

  29. Why Virus Tests at One Elite School Ran Afoul of Regulators

    18 points • mar 31, 2021

  30. Harry deLeyer, 93, Dies; He Saved a Horse and Made Him a Legend

    18 points • jul 29, 2021

  31. As Pandemic Upends Teaching, Fewer Students Want to Pursue It

    18 points • mar 29, 2021

  32. These Rocks Made a 1,000-Mile Trek. Did Dinosaurs Carry Them?

    18 points • apr 10, 2021

  33. Facebook Plans to End Hands-Off Approach to Politicians’ Posts

    18 points • jun 04, 2021

  34. A New ‘Denim Cycle’? After a Decade, Jeans Move From Skinny to Loose

    18 points • apr 19, 2021

  35. My Ridiculous Dating System Totally Works!

    18 points • apr 10, 2021

  36. A History of Getting Hammered, and Why Some of Us Should Keep Doing It

    18 points • jun 20, 2021

  37. Workers Don’t Want Their Old Jobs on the Old Terms

    18 points • aug 24, 2021

  38. The Latest Covid Surge

    18 points • nov 25, 2021

  39. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court’s Feminist Icon, Is Dead at 87

    18 points • jan 03, 2021

  40. A Vaccine Success in Europe That Sinks in the East

    18 points • sep 09, 2021

  41. How a Missing Sock Changed My Life

    18 points • oct 25, 2021

  42. The Boys in Their Summer Dresses

    18 points • jun 11, 2021

  43. Super Mario 64 Video Game Sells for $1.56 Million

    17 points • jul 15, 2021

  44. Watch These 12 Titles Before They Leave Netflix in September

    17 points • sep 09, 2021

  45. Amazon and the Breaking of Baltimore

    17 points • mar 12, 2021

  46. Questions About Tree Care? You’re Not Alone.

    17 points • aug 08, 2021

  47. Marco Rubio Deserves Ivanka Trump

    17 points • jan 31, 2021

  48. The Supreme Court Abandons Voting Rights

    17 points • jul 03, 2021

  49. When 80-Year-Old Parents Divorce

    17 points • jul 06, 2021

  50. How Do We Stop the Parade of Gun Deaths?

    17 points • apr 05, 2021

  51. French and Russian Art on a ‘War and Peace’ Scale

    17 points • oct 02, 2021

  52. THE QUIET PEOPLE OF THE HOMESTEAD; THE TREE OF MAN. By Patrick White. 499 pp. New York: The Viking Press. $4.50. The Quiet People

    17 points • jan 10, 2021

  53. As Russians Vote, Resignation, Anger and Fear of a Post-Putin Unknown

    17 points • sep 19, 2021

  54. Charlie Watts, the Unlikely Soul of the Rolling Stones

    17 points • aug 25, 2021

  55. Why NASA Launched a Robotic Archaeologist Named Lucy

    17 points • oct 17, 2021

  56. Trump-era Limit on Nursing Homes Safety Fines Is Lifted

    17 points • jul 30, 2021

  57. Lessons From Lynchings

    17 points • apr 06, 2021

  58. How the Harp Got Hip

    17 points • mar 17, 2021

  59. What Democrats Need to Do Now

    17 points • sep 27, 2021

  60. ‘The Last Duel’ Review: A Medieval Epic in the Age of #MeToo

    17 points • oct 15, 2021

  61. Before the Capitol Riot, Calls for Cash and Talk of Revolution

    17 points • jan 17, 2021

  62. A Traveler’s Worst Nightmare: When Your Covid-19 Test Comes Back Positive

    17 points • mar 19, 2021

  63. Rising to the Challenge of China

    17 points • mar 28, 2021

  64. In Afghanistan, China Is Ready to Step Into the Void

    17 points • aug 21, 2021

  65. On Horseback Among the Eagle Hunters and Herders of the Mongolian Altai

    17 points • feb 25, 2021

  66. Turn the Lights Out. Here Come the Birds.

    17 points • apr 11, 2021

  67. Jaguar’s Dynamic Duo, the E-Type Coupe and Convertible, Gets One Last Parade

    17 points • apr 20, 2021

  68. Why the New York Subway Has a Water Problem

    17 points • jul 11, 2021

  69. How the United States Lost to Hackers

    17 points • feb 08, 2021

  70. In ‘The White Lotus,’ Mike White Takes You on Vacation

    17 points • jul 11, 2021

  71. Insurers Must Pay Businesses for Pandemic Claims, British Court Rules

    17 points • jan 17, 2021

  72. How a French Novelist Turns the Tables on History

    17 points • aug 22, 2021

  73. For Aretha Franklin, a Grudge Was a Way to Earn R-E-S-P-E-C-T

    17 points • aug 23, 2021

  74. As a Doctor, May I Refuse to See Unvaccinated Patients?

    17 points • jul 14, 2021

  75. What You Don’t Know About Food Allergies

    17 points • jul 21, 2021

  76. Obamacare’s About to Get a Lot More Affordable. These Maps Show How.

    17 points • mar 13, 2021

  77. Your Mom Is Destined to Annoy You

    17 points • nov 26, 2021

  78. University Finds 18th-Century Schoolhouse Where Black Children Learned to Read

    17 points • feb 27, 2021

  79. Biden Changes P.P.P. Rules to Help the Self-Employed

    17 points • feb 23, 2021

  80. Iran’s Oil Exports Rise as U.S. Looks to Rejoin Nuclear Accord

    17 points • may 21, 2021

  81. Lift Weights, Eat More Protein, Especially if You’re Over 40

    17 points • sep 05, 2021

  82. America Is Giving the World a Disturbing New Kind of War

    17 points • sep 05, 2021

  83. Lawrence Otis Graham, 59, Dies; Explored Race and Class in Black America

    17 points • mar 02, 2021

  84. A Scary Energy Winter Is Coming. Don’t Blame the Greens.

    17 points • oct 11, 2021

  85. A Guide to Big Changes for Public Service Loan Forgiveness

    17 points • oct 07, 2021

  86. What You Need to Know About Your Vaccine Card

    17 points • jun 19, 2021

  87. The Real Rosa Parks Story Is Better Than the Fairy Tale

    17 points • feb 01, 2021

  88. As U.S. Reopening Approaches, Travelers Take Their Marks

    17 points • nov 04, 2021

  89. Can Liberals Survive Progressivism?

    17 points • nov 27, 2021

  90. Where Merrick Garland Stands: A Close Look at His Judicial Record

    17 points • oct 16, 2021

  91. I’m Often Wide Awake at 3 A.M. How Do I Get Back to Sleep?

    17 points • oct 24, 2021

  92. George P. Shultz, Top Cabinet Official Under Nixon and Reagan, Dies at 100

    17 points • feb 08, 2021

  93. We’re Mississippi’s Last Abortion Clinic, and We’re Braced for the Worst

    17 points • jun 10, 2021

  94. America’s Other Forever War

    17 points • feb 17, 2021

  95. What Bosses Really Think About the Future of the Office

    17 points • nov 15, 2021

  96. How a Historian Got Close, Maybe Too Close, to a Nazi Thief

    17 points • jan 18, 2021

  97. You’re Too Busy. You Need a ‘Shultz Hour.’

    17 points • feb 12, 2021

  98. Is the Hamptons Party Moving to Springs?

    17 points • jul 25, 2021

  99. Hunting Ghost Particles Beneath the World’s Deepest Lake

    17 points • mar 30, 2021

  100. Climate Change Is Bankrupting America’s Small Towns

    17 points • sep 04, 2021