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

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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

16. in country United States

25. worldwide

“At the time that the country needs strong leadership, in probably the worst crisis that we’ve experienced since World War II, his leadership has absolutely failed. For me, at 71, it’s stealing a lot of the percentage of my remaining life.”

A federal judge ordered the U.S. Postal Service to implement “extraordinary measures” in 22 districts across the U.S. — including several in battleground states — where on-time delivery of ballots has dipped below a rate of 90% for two days this week.

Getting back to it after my long column this week on Charles Adams, black cop and coach in Minneapolis. So...wrote a little letter to Justin Turner and M.L.B. #mlb #dodgers #Rays

The U.S. contribution to coastal plastic pollution worldwide is significantly larger than previously thought, possibly by as much as five times, according to a study published Friday.

A woman who prosecutors said sent a threatening letter to Sen. Susan Collins’s home in October 2018 because she was upset with her vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh as a Supreme Court justice was sentenced to two and a half years in prison.

Angry at restrictions on gatherings in Minnesota that prevented him from speaking in front of a large crowd of supporters, Trump stalked off the stage after less than 30 minutes at his final stop of the day Friday.

More than 86.4 million ballots have already been cast in the 2020 election, surpassing the previous early turnout record set in 2016. See our state-by-state tracker:

Where we stand heading into the last weekend of pre-election polls: Biden well ahead, but waiting on Pennsylvania

Lil Wayne became the latest rapper to align himself with President Trump after he posted a photo of their "great meeting" on Thursday.

Thousands of older Americans have been stricken by another epidemic ravaging nursing homes — an outbreak of loneliness, depression and atrophy fueled by the lockdowns imposed to protect them from the coronavirus. @jackhealyNYT @sergenyt

Dunkin’ Brands agreed to sell itself to Inspire Brands for $11.3 billion, in one of the largest restaurant deals in more than a decade.

Steve Martin: "I have a thousand books on my night stand, but they’re all on my phone. I’m addicted to audiobooks."

Very "Goodfellas"-like: Prosecutors say a crew hauled $6 million worth of Chanel, Gucci and Prada out of JFK airport in a scheme that used elaborate fake paperwork to steal shipments. They kept the goods in a Queens beauty salon. @troy_closson reports

The Great Barrier Reef is not one continuous line of coral, and now scientists have found a detached pinnacle in the reef that was overlooked for more than a century.

It's a tough year, full of disconnection and distance. As we approach the harvest moon of 2020, here’s a visit to three small farms, exploring how growing together helps us grow together:

In New York City, virus hospitalizations have been steadily rising, but fewer people are dying.

Rain or snow can suppress voter turnout, and early voting and campaigning in some states has already been disrupted by the extremities of the weather, including fires and a hurricane. But much of the U.S. can expect clear skies on Election Day.

In Opinion What’s at stake in this election? In a special section ahead of Election Day, 15 @nytopinion columnists and 10 artists reflect on the past four years in America under President Trump.

Anxiety has been mounting for months that the U.S. election’s outcome could lead to civil unrest, no matter who wins. Many companies are so concerned about possible mayhem, they’re preparing for the worst.

Trump’s new primary intelligence briefer? John Ratcliffe.

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