New York Times staffers revolt, push holiday weekend boycott of its Wirecutter service amid strike

Staffers from the New York Times are openly revolting against their employer in solidarity with colleagues who went on strike during Thanksgiving weekend. 

Wirecutter, which the Times describes as its “product recommendation service” offering consumers trusted advice on the latest merchandise being sold, published an article Thursday on the “75+ Best Early Black Friday Deals for 2021” ahead of the biggest shopping day of the season. 

However, when the Times

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Recipes And Cooking Guides From The New York Times

Smoking adds flavor to the meat, fish, and poultry, and supplies a small food preservation effect. Frequently, hams, pork roasts, bacon, beef briskets, complete poultry, salmon, herring, and oysters are smoked.

Cambodia: End Food Insecurity, Abuses During Lockdown – Human Rights Watch

Cambodia: End Food Insecurity, Abuses During Lockdown.

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7 Recession-Proof Safe Stocks to Keep Close At All Times

Despite the stock market doing fairly well in the last 12 months, the same cannot be said for the general economy. Several industries such as airlines, auto parts and equipment, recreation facilities, oil and gas drilling, and restaurants have taken brutal hits. However, there are also several safe stocks out there that perform regardless of the conditions and the economy’s overall state.

Chart shows the price performance of safe stocks over the last year

Overall, this list provides a nice mix of

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NJ.com Boys Swimming Top 20, March 10: Torrid times highlight new addition

The swim season is in full swing with exciting meets across the state leading to shifts throughout the rankings.

Not every team that climbed the rankings did so off of a victory, with impressive times highlighting efforts amid a statewide schedule that is more unbalanced than usual.

Meet this week’s Top 20:

*Records are based on meets submitted through www.njschoolsports.com by Monday, March 8

1-Cherry Hill East (5-0)

Last week’s

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Amazon’s Great Labor Awakening – The New York Times

The Eastvale warehouse complaint took the company to task for not doing enough to enforce social-distancing measures or protect employees from the virus, noting that many workers were allowed only one antimicrobial cleaning wipe per shift and had to “sanitize equipment themselves that was touched by other workers on previous shifts, including scanners, touch screens, keyboards, carts and other warehouse equipment.” The complaint pointed out that employees in Eastvale were

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Your Monday Briefing – The New York Times

Donie O’Sullivan, 29, CNN: We got to the barrier at the base of the Capitol as they broke through. It was a dramatic moment, but also surprisingly undramatic in that, you know, there were obviously not sufficient numbers of police or barricades.

Kadia Goba, Axios: Capitol Police came on the speaker to say there had been a breach. You go in this marble building, it seems sacred to the people

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10 Times The Whole Cast Broke Character

Modern Family is known for making people laugh uncontrollably at the lives of the Dunphy, Delgado-Pritchet, and Tucker-Pritchett clan. The sitcom is filmed in a mockumentary style with the characters giving a look to the camera every so often to show how they really feel about the scenario.

RELATED: Modern Family: 10 Hilarious Things Fans Noticed In The Background

Along with glances to the camera, the characters also do talking

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21 times politicians made surprising TV cameos

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Barack Obama on “SNL” in 2007. NBC
  • Dating back to the ’80s, politicians from the past and the present have made cameos in TV dramas and sitcoms.

  • NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” welcomed a fair number of politicians on the show, including presidential hopeful and former vice president Joe Biden.

  • Hillary Clinton has made cameos in “Broad City,” “Saturday Night Live,” “Murphy Brown,” and “Madame Secretary.”

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Trump and Biden campaigns have stopped in and near Lancaster County 11 times since late 2019; here’s where | PA Power and Policy: Pennsylvania State News



Election 2020

Election Day is less than a week away.

Presidential candidates, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, have recently ramped up campaign efforts in hope of swaying any undecided voters.

President Trump visited Lancaster County on Tuesday, Oct. 26, and his wife, First Lady Melania Trump, visited the county just a day later. 



2020 Lancaster County Voters Guide: Contested races, candidate stances, poll information and more

The county has also seen recent visits from Vice President Mike Pence and

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PS4 Games Loading Up To 10 Times Faster After Backward Compatibility Update


PS4 games are loading up faster following a recent backward compatibility update, giving players a taste of how they will perform on the PS5.

Some PlayStation 4 games are suddenly loading at a significantly faster rate after being updated to run on the upcoming PS5 with backward compatibility optimizations. While not as in-depth or far-reaching as the Xbox Series X’s more impressive catalog, the PlayStation 5’s previously vaunted backward compatibility

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BCRP holds groundbreaking ceremony for regional recreational facility | The Baltimore Times Online Newspaper

A transformative South Baltimore- based project more than a decade in the making is finally beginning to come to fruition.

The Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks (BCRP) has officially marked the start of construction for the Middle Branch Fitness and Wellness Center at Cherry Hill at the groundbreaking ceremony on the afternoon of September 21, 2020 at Reedbird Park.

The fitness and wellness center will be complemented by

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Trump Moved Millions From Jointly Owned Hotel To Campaign Tax-Free, Times’ Tax Documents Suggest

KEY POINTS

  • Tax documents from the New York Times suggest that Trump transferred money from a hotel jointly owned by Phil Ruffin to fund his campaign, marking them as a business expense
  • Ruffin and Trump are longtime friends, supporting each others’ businesses, social events, and campaigns
  • Ruffin has headlined an effort to secure help from the government to construct a high-speed rail that would connect the Las Vegas casinos he
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Amid Pandemic, Sharply Increased U.S. Detention Times Put Migrants At Risk

Oct 9 (Reuters) – The 31-year-old Cuban rancher arrived at the U.S.-Mexico border after crossing through nearly a dozen countries to seek political asylum in the United States.

More than a year later, Yudanys Perez remains locked up. As he presses his legal case, he’s been shuttled among six immigration detention centers and denied parole seven times.

In May, medical records show, he tested positive for the coronavirus. For more

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Looking for a Personalized Shopping Experience in Coronavirus Times? 5 Online Retailers You Need to Know Now

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Everyone’s doing it — shopping online. As the pandemic continues to escalate, e-tailers will have access to more consumer dollars than ever before. However, brands and retailers that offer enhanced shopping experiences with free services such as personal stylists to fit specialists are likely to grab a bigger share of this burgeoning market.

While most sites attempt to make the buying process as

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How Savannah Has Remained Resilient in Trying Times

If COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter have been the dominant stories of 2020 in America so far, then cities have been the main stages on which those dramas have played out. From New York to Los Angeles, Miami to Portland, American cities have confronted the challenges of coronavirus and the passion of BLM with differing results. How have civic leaders fought to save lives while preserving their economies? Why were

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dates, times, and what to expect from SDCC @ Home

For the first time in its 51 year history, San Diego Comic-Con has gone online. The event – the ultimate event for geeks around the world – is accessible by anyone with internet connection and a device capable of streaming YouTube. However, as a result, Comic-Con 2020 will be significantly pared down, with Marvel Studios and DC not having huge presences at the event. However, that doesn’t mean we won’t

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As COVID cases surge, Miami-Dade changes course and requires masks outside at all times

The worsening spread of coronavirus across Miami-Dade prompted the county mayor Wednesday to mandate masks in all public places, the latest measure designed to reverse a trend that threatens to bring another wave of closure orders for businesses.

Mayor Carlos Gimenez’s planned order came the same day Broward announced a more permissive mask rule in what was described as a regional effort to reverse COVID-19 spikes that are hitting South

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