New York Times : US
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As the Start-Up Boom Deflates, Tech Is Humbled  08h00 24 février
Layoffs. Shutdowns. Uncertainty. After a decade of prosperity, many hot young companies are facing a reckoning.
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For China’s Overwhelmed Doctors, an Understanding Voice Across the Ocean  04h35 24 février
Erjing Cui, a Seattle psychotherapist, volunteers for Yong Xin Kang Yi, a crisis line for medical workers fighting the coronavirus epidemic.
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Dueling Narratives Emerge From Muddied Account of Russia’s 2020 Interference  00h58 24 février
President Trump’s national security adviser intimated that the Russians were backing Bernie Sanders, as Joe Biden blamed Mr. Trump and other Republicans for the continued interference.
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For a President Who Loves Crowd Size, India Aims to Deliver  00h52 24 février
When President Trump comes to visit, world leaders face the challenge of finding ways to entertain and impress a leader who relishes spectacle.
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Sanders Looks to Knock Out Biden as Pressure Builds on Democrats  00h49 24 février
The primary race is entering a critical nine-day stretch that could effectively determine the nomination as candidates face a debate, the South Carolina primary and Super Tuesday contests.
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Harry Reid Says Nevada Should Have a Primary: All Caucuses Should Be a Thing of the Past’  00h22 24 février
They don’t work for a multitude of reasons, the former Senate majority leader said, adding to the push for Democrats to switch to primaries in all states
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Mike Hughes, 64, D.I.Y. Daredevil, Is Killed in Rocket Crash  00h18 24 février
The launch that killed Mr. Hughes, known as Mad Mike, was being filmed for a new Science Channel series called Homemade Astronauts.
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National Security Wiretap System Was Long Plagued by Risk of Errors and Omissions  00h08 24 février
The F.B.I.’s intelligence wiretap powers are at a crossroads after a damning report about the surveillance of a former Trump adviser. And the flaws may be systemic.
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One Side of a Nuclear Waste Fight: Trump. The Other: His Administration.  23h26 23 février
The president, eyeing the battleground state of Nevada, has made clear he opposes a nuclear waste site at Yucca Mountain, reversing a policy that was made in his name.
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D.C. Prosecutors’ Tensions With Justice Dept. Began Long Before Stone Sentencing  23h04 23 février
Months of strain date back to the investigation into the former F.B.I. official Andrew McCabe and growing fears of political interference.