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Walmart Is Shutting Health Centers After Plan to Expand

Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, said Tuesday that it was shutting down its health care centers, a network that only last year it said it planned to expand. The retailer…

Meet the Men Who Eat Meat

As a 2023 New Yorker article detailing the carnivore craze pointed out, however, studies of Neanderthals have turned up evidence that their diets included dates, tubers and other leafy foods…

Gazans Flee Rafah Before a Widely Expected Israeli Attack

Many displaced Palestinians are uprooting themselves and their families again and moving to Deir al Balah, a city along Gaza’s coastline, as Israel plans for a possible invasion into Rafah.…

Mali Claims Death of Abu Huzeifa, Terrorist Who Helped Lead Fatal Ambush in Niger

Mali said on Monday that it had killed a high-value Islamist commander who helped lead a 2017 attack in which four American and four Nigerien soldiers were killed alongside an…

Black Entrepreneurs, Frustrated by High Rates, Look to the Election

Kimberly Jolasun, a 32-year-old entrepreneur in Atlanta, has never voted for the Republican candidate for the presidency. That may be about to change. Her company, Villie, is an online platform…

In Reversal, Expert Panel Recommends Breast Cancer Screening at 40

Citing rising breast cancer rates in young women, an expert panel on Tuesday recommended starting regular mammography screening at age 40, reversing longstanding and controversial guidance that most women wait…

8 Daily Newspapers Sue OpenAI and Microsoft Over A.I.

Eight daily newspapers owned by Alden Global Capital sued OpenAI and Microsoft on Tuesday, accusing the tech companies of illegally using news articles to power their A.I. chatbots. The publications…

Hamas and Fatah Officials, Longtime Rivals, Met in China

Officials from Hamas and Fatah, the main Palestinian factions that have long competed for power in Gaza and the West Bank, met in Beijing recently for what Chinese officials on…

Meta Faces EU Investigation Over Election Disinformation

Meta, the American tech giant, is being investigated by European Union regulators for the spread of disinformation on its platforms Facebook and Instagram, poor oversight of deceptive advertisements and potential…

As South Korea Doctors’ Walkout Drags on, Many Blame President

Eun Sung injured her right thumb in a fall in March and needed surgery to fix a torn ligament. But scheduling one has been difficult even though she lives in…

He Won by a Landslide. Why Is He Fighting for His Political Life?

Ben Houchen, a regional mayor in the north of England, faces a close re-election race, partly thanks to the broader troubles of Britain’s Conservative Party. Source link

New Photo of Australia’s Sand-Swimming Northern Marsupial Mole

If you saw a northern marsupial mole, you might be surprised. Known to the First Nations peoples in the Western Desert of Australia as the kakarratul, it is eyeless and…

Wednesday Briefing – The New York Times

Protests roiled U.S. universities Pro-Palestinian demonstrators on college campuses across the U.S. clashed with police officers yesterday and drew crackdowns from administrators. Hundreds of officers in riot gear last night…

China’s Electric Cars Keep Improving, a Worry for Rivals Elsewhere

Automakers in China are building a new generation of bigger, more technologically advanced and competitive electric cars, threatening to leap further ahead of their global rivals as they step up…

Walmart Introduces a New Store Brand for ‘Quality Food’

When prices for grocery staples surged in 2021 and 2022, some Americans who had not regularly shopped at Walmart increasingly turned to the retailer, which is known for its affordable…

PG&E Seeks Approval to Sell Stake in Its Power Operations

Pacific Gas & Electric announced plans on Tuesday to sell a minority stake in its power-generation business, part of its strategy to reduce electricity rates, continue wildfire prevention and further…

Barbra Streisand’s Ozempic Comment to Melissa McCarthy Prompts a Conversation

On Monday, the actress Melissa McCarthy posted a photo to Instagram in which she was wearing a tiered, sea-foam-green gown at a gala she had attended alongside the director Adam…

Netanyahu Vows to Invade Rafah ‘With or Without’ Cease-Fire Deal

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel vowed anew on Tuesday to launch an invasion into the southern Gaza Strip, even as a renewed push for a cease-fire agreement was showing…

Same-Store Sales at Starbucks Drop as Consumers Slow Purchases

Throughout the Covid pandemic, various supply chain issues and high inflation, Starbucks could still count on its consumers to buy their iced oat milk lattes. But that economic certainty may…

Bumble Tells Women They No Longer Have to Make the First Move

As the sheen on dating apps dulls, more Americans are reporting bad experiences on them. Frustrated by bots, subscription costs and high effort-to-reward ratios, Gen Z is fleeing the apps…

After Ukraine Aid Vote, Republicans Braced for Backlash Find Little

A week after he broke with the majority of House Republicans and voted to send $60.8 billion in aid to Ukraine, Representative Max Miller took the stage at a performing…

How Locals Saved ‘the Yosemite of South America’

In central Chile, not far from where the Andes Mountains meet the Pacific Ocean, a vast swath of pristine wilderness is changing hands under the most unusual circumstances. Roberto Hagemann,…

Amazon Reports $143.3 Billion in Revenue for First Quarter of 2024

Amazon reported its highest first-quarter profit on Tuesday as it continued to wring efficiencies out of its retail business and recharge growth in its cloud computing operations. The company was…

Wednesday Briefing: Clashes Escalate on U.S. Campuses

Tensions rise on U.S. campuses Clashes between the police, university administrators and protesters over the war in Gaza intensified at U.S. universities. Columbia University in New York said it would…