Sunday, 29 Nov 2020

Opinion | The Loneliness of One-Click Shopping

One December day in 1991, a woman walked into a Bon-Ton department store in Ithaca, N.Y., in a state of high anxiety. Christmas loomed and she had yet to purchase a single gift. A clerk devoted herself to the customer’s cause, moving through the store with her to select something for each person on her […]

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Top Contenders for Biden’s Cabinet Draw Fire From All Sides

WASHINGTON — There are leading candidates and dark horses. There are potential roadblocks from progressives and conservatives. And there are competing factions hoping to be part of the next president’s inner circle, all jockeying for influence. President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. moved quickly this past week to name the first two members of his cabinet, […]

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