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36 Hours in Milwaukee – The New York Times

Milwaukee has gone by many nicknames over the years: Cream City, Brew Town, the German Athens. But a lesser-known, more local handle — Smallwaukee — may best capture the personality of this Wisconsin city of 600,000, which can feel like a small town in big-city clothing, embodying the advantages of …

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Your Wednesday Briefing – The New York Times

A covert Russian unit takes aim at Europe A top-secret elite unit inside the Russian intelligence system is executing a coordinated campaign to destabilize Europe, Western security officials say. Unit 29155, whose existence has not been previously reported, is on the secretive side of the so-called hybrid warfare promoted by …

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5 Haunts With Haunts – The New York Times

Halloween and haunted houses go together like costumed children and epic sugar highs. This year, perhaps you would like to spend Oct. 31 with an overnight stay at a house or hotel frequented by the dearly departed. In the United States, there’s no shortage of rumored haunted accommodations, and the …

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Your Tuesday Briefing – The New York Times

An N.B.A. firestorm in China First, a Houston Rockets official tweeted in support of pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, inflaming officials and basketball fans in China. Then the N.B.A.’s apology enraged American fans. The fracas spotlights the difficulties many businesses in China face. In this case, basketball has long been …

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Redskins Fire Jay Gruden – The New York Times

Five games into a winless season, the Washington Redskins on Monday fired their coach, Jay Gruden. The change came one day after Washington lost, 33-7, to the New England Patriots to go to 0-5. In the season opener at Philadelphia, Washington blew a 17-point lead. In Week 3, fans booed …

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Shopping for Doormats – The New York Times

Does it matter which doormat you choose? Actually, it does — because a doormat does more than just scrub the bottom of your shoes. “It really sets the tone when you come to someone’s front door,” said Garrow Kedigian, an interior designer in New York. So style matters: “It’s a …

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