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Nurses Are Anxious and Angry in 2nd Wave: ‘We’re Not Prepared’

Research shows medical facilities with lower nurse-to-patient ratios experience fewer deaths and other adverse outcomes. In recent weeks, nurses in New Rochelle have often taken…

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After Leading N.H.L. Play Stoppage, Golden Knights and Canucks Redraw Swords

On Thursday, when the N.H.L. Players Association announced that there would be a two-day suspension of the postseason, the league showed solidarity with other professional…

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N.B.A. Protest Shows Who Calls the Shots in a Superstar Economy

Like a vintage LeBron James dunk, the pro basketball labor stoppage was remarkable both for its display of strength and for the speed with which…

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N.B.A. ‘Boycott’ or Strike: What’s the Difference?

Athletes across the N.B.A., the W.N.B.A., Major League Baseball and Major League Soccer refused to play games on Wednesday after the police shooting of Jacob…

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When Player Protests of the Kenosha Shooting Halted the Sports World

It started with empty chairs. The Orlando Magic came out to warm up for their N.B.A. playoff game against the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday, but…

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In Belarus Town, People Tasted a Bite of Freedom. It Lasted 2 Days.

GRODNO, Belarus — For two days this week, a city on the western edge of authoritarian Belarus tasted freedom. In Grodno, workers at the state-owned…

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