How Do You Define Rosé?

Certain categories of wine must be approached on tiptoe, as opinions surrounding them will be tenaciously defended, even if their champions are ill-informed. Arguments will ensue. Riesling is like that, for sure, and natural wine, without a doubt. But rosé? Rosé is a popular, beloved sort of wine, I imagined, that all would embrace. It’s…

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Inflammatory Bowel Disease Tied to Increased Dementia Risk

People with inflammatory bowel disease — either Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis — may be at increased risk for dementia, a new study has found. Researchers matched 1,742 Taiwanese patients who were older than 45 and had inflammatory bowel disease, or I.B.D., with 17,420 controls free of the disease, following them for up to 16…

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The Best Virtual Fourth of July Sales To Shop This Weekend

Celebrate surviving half of 2020 and observe Fourth of July with a collection of deals to last the whole weekend. We’ve gathered the best sales in beauty, fashion, and home so that you can exercise your right to virtually shop as you please. Ahead, a curation of the best bargains to browse, including Kate Spade,…

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‘Defund the Police’? Easy for You to Say

In light of recent events, my next-door neighbors apparently believe the police should be abolished. They placed a sign on their front porch that reads: “Defund the Police.” But we live in a neighborhood that has been vandalized in the past, and my neighbors are often away from home. Should I respect their wishes, as…

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Groom Dead, at Least 100 Sick With Coronavirus After Indian Wedding

NEW DELHI — The groom felt ill at the wedding. Days later, he was dead, and soon more than 100 guests had tested positive for the coronavirus. Now, Indian officials have opened an investigation into the wedding gathering, which some experts are calling a superspreader event. The event was in mid-June, and was attended by…

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Live Coronavirus Updates: U.S. Sets Case Record

Here’s what you need to know: ImageErecting a dining space outside a restaurant in Manhattan on Wednesday. New York City’s restaurants won’t resume indoor service next week as originally planned.Credit…Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times Record cases across the U.S. as the country heads into the July 4 weekend. The United States reported nearly 50,000 new…

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Descendants of Suffragists Reflect on the Fight for Women’s Right to Vote

On Aug. 18, 1920, Tennessee became the 36th state to ratify the 19th Amendment. Eight days later, ratification was certified by the secretary of state. The right to vote for women across the United States was officially enshrined in the Constitution. The codification of suffrage was the result of nearly a century of activism, which…

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The Boat Business Is Booming

In April, when reality set in for the advertising executive Joseph Gordon — that his family’s spring and summer vacation plans were canceled, that his two kids’ camps would likely be canceled, too — he cast about for an escape. After a lot of research, Mr. Gordon, 40, of downtown Manhattan, located two 19-foot Yamaha…

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