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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:
23 minutes
Average replies
52
Average retweets
294
Average likes
772
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

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Many thought they knew who would win the presidential election in 2016. Professor Allan Lichtman actually did. In this video, Professor Lichtman walks us through the 13 “keys” to winning the White House, and what the keys predict for 2020. https://t.co/oqwVozLvFq https://t.co/JSq0lN8dtB

In this video Op-Ed, Professor Allan Lichtman of American University walks you through his 13 “keys” to winning the White House, and what those keys predict for 2020. https://t.co/B7aApn6BsZ

Evening Briefing: Here's what you need to know at the end of the day https://t.co/AMHG8suE1v

Major U.S. health insurers are reporting billions of dollars in profits amid the Covid pandemic, spurring calls for consumer rebates and reduced premiums. @ReedAbelson w/ the story -- https://t.co/Vqegzqh2ok

Before she wrote her searing victim impact statement, Chanel Miller drew for hours. She drew regularly after the trial, then published pandemic-themed cartoons in Time and The New Yorker this year. Now she's making her museum debut with a mural on healing. https://t.co/VQOXEQ967s

Breaking: NY prosecutors have subpoenaed @DeutscheBank for its records related to @realDonaldTrump and his businesses. Deutsche Bank *has complied*, providing extensive documents and other materials. w @benprotess @WRashbaum @BenWeiserNYT @kirstendanis https://t.co/ZQjKiKIfsm

Breaking News: New York prosecutors subpoenaed Deutsche Bank last year, a sign that their inquiry into President Trump’s business is broader than previously known https://t.co/7IyNHk9utB

BREAKING: NY prosecutors subpoenaed President Trump’s bank, Deutsche Bank. It’s a sign that their inquiry into his business is broader than previously known. https://t.co/Q1lJUzGRau

Pokémon Go. Blind-spot detection in cars. GPS. This is the tech you told us you love. https://t.co/zrjylzN7Qq

Read @VivianHYee’s account from Beirut in English: https://t.co/nHXhxH9Thv

“Los libaneses que me ayudarían en las horas siguientes tenían el temple conmovedor de quien ha vivido incontables desastres. Casi todos eran desconocidos y aún así me trataron como a una amiga”. Leer @VivianHYee en Beirut https://t.co/BiaMpyR1Am

The explosions in Beirut on Tuesday injured more than 4,000 people and killed at least 100. We mapped the aftermath that shows the extent of the damage to the city’s industrial waterfront and the surrounding neighborhoods and shopping districts. https://t.co/yhLM30QhvU

20 state attorneys general, all of them Democrats, have called on Facebook to better prevent messages of hate, bias and disinformation from spreading https://t.co/UZePxd4PaG

The first professional staged productions in the U.S. since theater shut down — the musical “Godspell” and the one-person play “Harry Clarke,” both at theaters in the Berkshires in Massachusetts — are also de facto public health experiments. https://t.co/uP0BfUA1PZ

Several aid groups have mobilized in Beirut to help treat the thousands of people injured in Tuesday's explosion. Here's how you can help. https://t.co/czHbIGDDJC

Dr. Deborah Birx, White House coronavirus response coordinator, left, and @PressSec Kayleigh McEnany look on as @realDonaldTrump meets with Arizona's Governor Doug Ducey in the Oval Office. https://t.co/rKwTQD8Ir5

Dr. Deborah Birx, White House coronavirus response coordinator, left, and @PressSec Kayleigh McEnany look on as @realDonaldTrump meets with Arizona's Governor Doug Ducey in the Oval Office. https://t.co/rKwTQD8Ir5

A relatively small number of Hiroshima survivors, known in Japan as hibakusha, will attend this year's 75th memorial. As their numbers fall, they and their supporters are being forced to envision what the nuclear disarmament movement will look like. https://t.co/behuKX1ZEU

The FBI used a SWAT team to enter Jake Paul's mansion in Calabasas on Wednesday and executed a search warrant as part of an investigation, a bureau spokesperson said https://t.co/xJrqkGfIw0

TikTok’s most valuable assets, a hyper-effective algorithm and a community of popular creators, may not be as easy to acquire as the company itself. https://t.co/XQSSrSUHfb

As schools — and parents — around the U.S. struggle to figure out how to safely restart classes, a Georgia school closed a 2nd-grade classroom after only 2 days of school when a student tested positive for the coronavirus. Follow for more virus news: https://t.co/tqXTjWgpvx

Teachers, how you are preparing your in-person and virtual classrooms during the pandemic? Modifying shared classroom materials? Adding sanitizing stations? Making masks fun? Share photos and videos with the @nytimes— and tell us more here: https://t.co/AcAbKlnpAN

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