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The coronavirus has forced the kind of work experimentation that would have taken a decade otherwise. By Kara Swisher Contributing Opinion Writer No one expected…View More Opinion | Goodbye, Twitter Trump! And Other Predictions for 2021
Thanksgiving gatherings were upended by the pandemic. With Christmas upon us, families are having another round of fraught conversations about in-person celebrations. Members of the…View More Christmas Is Coming. Cue the Guilt Trips and Tears.
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It’s not just the filthy rich. Much of America’s professional class has quietly, if a bit guiltily, been doing just fine, despite 2020. By Eve…View More Opinion | The People Who Actually Had a Pretty Great Year
Mike Esmond knew what it was like to be broke and get his heat cut off in a brutal winter. So, for the second year…View More Businessman Pays Overdue Utility Bills for Dozens of Floridians, Again
There’s been a run on Christmas trees as Canadians, trapped inside because of the pandemic, try, in record numbers, to shoehorn joy into their lives.…View More Christmas Trees — an Elusive Bit of Happiness for Canadians
This year, we have a chance to build a different kind of holiday. By Priya Parker Ms. Parker is the author of “The Art of…View More Opinion | Abandon Your Thanksgiving Script
Coronavirus case rates fall across Europe. By Natasha Frost Good morning. We’re covering Europe’s successful virus restrictions, the political relationship between Britain and the U.S.…View More Your Friday Briefing
Though you’re probably not splitting a slice of pie with a non-pod friend this Thanksgiving, you can still bake and share these single-serving desserts without…View More 3 Thanksgiving Desserts That Are Easy to Share, Even in a Pandemic
Good morning. Thanksgiving planning begins in earnest today, even if you’ll be serving only yourself on the day. It’s self-care of a sort to clean…View More What to Cook This Week
The whole point of Thanksgiving is to go big: a huge turkey surrounded by a bevy of sides and what’s never too many pies, all…View More A Sweet, Simple Menu of Thanksgiving Recipes for Two