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We looked inside some of the tweets by @nytimes and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
20 minutes
Average replies
118
Average retweets
469
Average likes
1058
Tweets with photos
5 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

1. in category Daily News

1. in country United States and category Daily News

1. in country United States and category Media

5. in category Media

15. in country United States

24. worldwide

After more than quadrupling in value during the pandemic, Peloton is having trouble getting their equipment to the many people that want it, putting their success at risk. https://t.co/LEYcsZYhVt

President-elect Joe Biden’s incoming chief of staff, Ron Klain, issued a grim prediction about the coronavirus: half a million Americans dead by the end of February. https://t.co/MaGJYZsr2x

Every morning, Valerie Gilbert, a Harvard-educated writer and actress, wakes up in her Upper East Side apartment, feeds her pets, brews coffee and sits down at her dining room table. Then, she opens her laptop and begins fighting the global cabal. https://t.co/gYYGVMuhkv

Here’s to changing families, chosen families, and seeing families in power who look more like the America in which we live. https://t.co/Qdc5KlKojL

Are you looking for a good read to go along with your coffee this morning? Check out the Weekender, a collection of the best reads of the week curated by our editors. https://t.co/PeIEZGcUVp

Thousands of pounds of Hot Pockets have been recalled due to potential contamination with glass and hard plastic. https://t.co/NuVxEPRzUg

Breaking News: Phil Spector, the influential rock ’n’ roll producer known for the “wall of sound,” has died. He had been serving a prison sentence for murder. https://t.co/D8Twt1JPFG

A cave complex at a temple in Thailand has long drawn tourists, pilgrims and guano collectors. Now, scientists have arrived, looking for any potential links to the coronavirus. https://t.co/qHTSAGr1vg

Former CIA officer John Kiriakou sought a pardon from the president so he could carry a gun and receive his pension after being convicted of illegally disclosing classified information.

He was told it could be floated to the White House, for a price. https://t.co/X1hdNSaeo3 https://t.co/bmGtAW9erM

Former CIA officer John Kiriakou sought a pardon from the president so he could carry a gun and receive his pension after being convicted of illegally disclosing classified information. He was told it could be floated to the White House, for a price. https://t.co/X1hdNSaeo3 https://t.co/bmGtAW9erM

For the stepchildren of Kamala Harris, the past few months have taken some getting used to. "It’s weird to turn on CNN and see my dad," said Cole Emhoff. https://t.co/lHVkfwmYNZ

Lurid stories about The Villages captured @lanceopp’s imagination growing up in Florida. For “Some Kind of Heaven,” his documentary about that retirement community, he rented an Airbnb from retired rodeo clowns who helped ingratiate him with residents. https://t.co/kD16CufWmG

Exclusive: In the final days before President Trump leaves office, some of his allies are collecting fees from wealthy felons to push the White House for pardons, according to documents and interviews with more than three dozen lobbyists and lawyers. https://t.co/hR8SFL4pKL

Coronavirus deaths continue to mount at a heartbreaking rate. Here’s the latest data in the U.S. https://t.co/DGWFdfLonm

Did you follow the news this week? Take our quiz to see how well you stack up with other Times readers. https://t.co/aIJxsqMcMX

EXCLUSIVE: Trump allies -- like a former campaign staffer and even his former personal lawyer, John Dowd -- have sold their access to Trump, taking $$$ from wealthy felons to lobby Trump and White House aides, like Jared Kushner, for pardons. w/@kenvogel https://t.co/AlxdmrFVn0

I’ve been intrigued for a while by why it took Bruno Fernandes so long to make it big in an era of industrial-scale talent recognition. It turns out he’s not a late bloomer, it’s that sometimes football doesn’t see talent if it’s in the wrong place. https://t.co/9Bewr7L8Zz

There is a cave on an Indonesian island decorated with what may be the oldest figurative art ever glimpsed by modern eyes. The vivid depiction of a wild pig dates back at least 45,500 years, according to researchers. https://t.co/c7ZWqPVBIM

News of a new, more contagious variant of the coronavirus has fueled fears that children, who have largely been spared the worst of the virus, may become just as susceptible and contagious as adults. Here's what to know: https://t.co/LXJxle3SKi

If you're an organization fanatic, this new collaboration between Marie Kondo and The Container Store could be the highlight of your year 📦 https://t.co/jgFV6Pa4Rj

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