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Experts with the A.D.A. and the C.D.C. told us five things to try if you hate regular floss — and what you should avoid.


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Smartphones are more expensive than ever, but we still don’t keep them very long. Here’s why, and what you can do to extend their life.


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As a queer woman, I fought for the right to be married. Now I’m fighting for the space to be human.


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A quarter of the new condos built since 2013 in New York City have not yet found buyers, according to a new analysis of closed sales.


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The marriage of Rudolph and Judith Giuliani is coming to an end, and despite a judge’s urging, the wreckage is being laid bare for all to see.


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For 17 years, his aim was to help the children of Chinese immigrants acquire an American identity as they adapted to life in the United States.


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But can it be great again? Daunting obstacles stand in the way of the system being transformed into one worthy of a global capital.


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Joe Biden hugged Barack Obama tightly as the former vice president came under attack from Bernie Sanders and Julián Castro. Elizabeth Warren went unscathed, while Kamala Harris stuck to a script.


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The Democratic front-runner repeatedly invoked President Barack Obama’s name, while some of his rivals said the party needed to move well beyond the policies of the last Democratic president.


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Elizabeth Warren drew praise for her grasp of policy, and Kamala Harris had some of the night’s best lines. Joe Biden? Strong start, but a stumble over race.


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A Republican political action committee paid for the provocative advertisement, which aired during the Democratic primary debate on Thursday night.


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A new weather system was expected to bring tropical storm-force winds to the area on Friday and Saturday.


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The comedian’s remarks about Chinese people surfaced the same day “Saturday Night Live” announced the casting of its first Chinese-American actor.


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The president has noticed that people are living on the streets in California. Solutions are unlikely to follow.


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Cornered and desperate, the Israeli prime minister threatens to annex occupied territories and attacks the media, the judiciary and political foes.


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Andrew Yang thinks a universal basic income can cure American capitalism.


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There are opportunities for both Republicans and Democrats to focus on building coalitions across racial lines.


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The Democratic nominee, whoever it turns out to be, should use the president’s contortions and carrying-on against him.


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How savage exclusion tears the social fabric.


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Why is he calling for emergency monetary stimulus? Politics.


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Ageism was on display in a debate where Democrats tried their hardest to dent Joe Biden’s enduring appeal.


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My once reviled home state is suddenly finding itself embraced in a bear hug as big as, well, Texas.


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The debate showed that she’s slick, which may mean she’s unstoppable.


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Details were scant, but the move could help ease Chinese food prices and comes as trade talks between the two countries are set to resume next month.


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Remember that Beer Test? We have something better.


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A New TV Show from The New York Times on FX and Hulu


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With the field narrowing, some of the leading candidates went head to head on the same stage for the first time.


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In a new Travel column, Sarah Firshein aims to help travelers resolve their thorniest and most upsetting travel disasters. This week, she investigates a nonexistent hotel, booked on Expedia.


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London officials, citing “fundamental flaws” in the unsolicited $37 billion offer from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, said they saw “no merit in further engagement.”


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By having the crown suspend Parliament on a potentially misleading justification, the British prime minister threatened long-settled relations with the monarchy.


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Friday: What Californians need to know about the three-hour marathon. Also: A Conception fire update; and Japanese curry.


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The parent company of the co-working business made the changes to allay concerns among prospective investors about how much influence Adam Neumann wields.


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Lawmakers investigating Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google for possible antitrust violations on Friday sent the companies detailed requests for information.


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The actress is the first parent to be sentenced for her role in the nation’s largest college admissions cheating prosecution.


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In “The Meritocracy Trap,” Daniel Markovits delivers a fierce indictment of a system he says is undermining democracy and making everyone miserable.


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After her famous portrait of Michelle Obama, the artist is bringing her new works to New York. “Every painting is a kind of communion,” our critic says.


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“He mentioned Obama. For those playing at home, time to take a drink,” the “Late Show” host said, before taking a sip of his own.


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The Amazon series is the latest to use otherworldly animation to explore the aftermath of trauma.


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Here’s what you need to know.


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There’s more than one right way to rear and shape young athletes.


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Friday: New York was planning to repeal its ban, in order to neutralize a federal lawsuit filed against the city.


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The architecture of occupation: A planned cable-car network to Jewish holy sites bypasses Palestinians and furthers Israel’s claims over East Jerusalem.


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With “Permanent Record,” the former intelligence contractor who leaked documents about the United States government’s surveillance programs gives an account of his life.


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Makeshift immigration courts are opening in tents along the southwestern border, part of the administration’s plan to control the surge of migrant families.


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The tide has turned for Forever 21 and similar fashion retailers in the past few years. Its hundreds of stores are getting less foot traffic, especially among the young and fashion-forward.


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Though he denies it, the British prime minister may well leave Northern Ireland inside the European customs union to get a withdrawal deal.


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As stories of theft and deception have come to dominate the cultural conversation, it can often feel like grift is a modern phenomenon — but it isn’t.


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During her girlhood, Tarzan was her role model. When she realized how chimpanzee habitats were being destroyed, she turned into a crusader. At 85, she’s still preaching.


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An experiment found that white-striped frogs were less effective at scaring off predators than frogs with yellow stripes. Yet both populations are thriving.


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Men do get breast cancer, but they account for fewer than 1 percent of patients and often receive inadequate care.


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