[NyTimes] : "On Tuesday, two reporters from The New York Times visited a car auction held in Queens by the New York City Department of Finance.<p>It was a lesson in how consumers can purchase cars that have deadly defects and how sellers have few obligations to disclose those defects to the public.<p>The department …"
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[NyTimes] : "Leaves scream their final cries in color before dropping to the ground. Their shouts — in golden, crimson or scarlet — eventually fade to brown bellows, and their lifeless bodies dry up on the forest floor. It absorbs their crinkly corpses and that's it — worm food. The fall of a leaf in autumn is …"
[NyTimes] : "Soon after the wheels of the Time Warner private jet touched down at Dallas Love Field airport on Oct. 11, the media titan's chief executive, Jeffrey L. Bewkes, and his top lieutenants cautiously made their way to the meeting room of a nearby hangar.<p>The temperature that morning was already rising …"
[NyTimes] : "SAN FRANCISCO — The futurists of Silicon Valley may not have seen this one coming: The first commercial delivery made by a self-driving truck was 2,000 cases of Budweiser beer.<p>On Tuesday, Otto, the Uber-owned self-driving vehicle operation, announced the completion of its first commercial delivery, …"
[NyTimes] : "Adult life is full of commitments: bills to pay, family to see and a job you probably have to show up for. But in a world where many of us complain of being overscheduled, there's something uniquely depressing about having no control over the time once quaintly called “personal” and “free.”<p>A recent …"
[NyTimes] : "SEOUL, South Korea — A former South Korean teacher, Kim Jeong-min was at Narita Airport in Japan this month when he watched a television news report that Samsung Electronics's Galaxy Note 7 smartphone was banned on airplanes because it was prone to catching fire.<p>Mr. Kim, 58, said he had felt …"
[NyTimes] : "WASHINGTON — When surveillance cameras first began popping up in the 1970s and '80s, they were welcomed as a crime-fighting tool, then as a way to monitor traffic congestion, factory floors and even baby cribs. Later, they were adopted for darker purposes, as authoritarian governments like China's …"
[NyTimes] : "SAN FRANCISCO — Major websites were inaccessible to some East Coast users in the United States Friday morning and to people across the country in the early afternoon after a company that serves as an internet switchboard said it was under attack.<p>Users reported problems reaching a range of websites, …"
[NyTimes] : "Hillary Clinton is a terrible candidate. Hey, that's what pundits have been saying ever since this endless campaign began. You have to go back to Al Gore in 2000 to find a politician who faced as much jeering from the news media, over everything from claims of dishonesty (which usually turn out to …"