The New York Times

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Inside 100 Tweets

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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

4. in category Media

16. in country United States

24. worldwide

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Breaking News: The CDC warned Americans to begin preparing for the possibility of a coronavirus outbreak: “This might be bad.”

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From the whispers of classmates to expulsion from elite schools, students ensnared in the college admissions scandal have faced different types of punishment than their parents

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Iger said by phone that he considered first elevating Chapek to a role like COO. “But I did not believe that would bestow on him the kind of autonomy that I wanted him to have during this transition.”

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As New York continues to be transformed by gentrification and inequality, comedies have begun depicting it as a place of magical connection, @willystaley writes for @NYTMag

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BTS IN GRAND CENTRAL: HOW THEY PULLED IT OFF!

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A new exhibition in New York celebrates the extreme flexibility of the Arabic alphabet — and finally gives art from the Arab world its fair share of attention. It's a NYT Critic's Pick.

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NEW: Inmate No. 06581138Z: What Awaits #HarveyWeinstein Behind Bars Yes, he’s going to #RikersIsland, but he’ll be at a medical unit where he will have a television and possibly a private pay phone, too. Latest with @alanfeuer:

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Michael Hertz, who helped design the NYC subway map you know and love, has died at 87. The map is one of the most consulted in human history.

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Can drinks, community events and the occasional wedding subsidize small-town journalism? The Big Bend Sentinel of Marfa, Texas, is trying it.

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The judge in Roger Stone's case has agreed to make public, with restrictions, a hearing on whether he should be granted a new trial over questions of juror bias. Last week, Stone was sentenced to 40 months in prison.

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Plácido Domingo had offered to pay the performers' union $500,000 if it limited statements about its sexual misconduct investigation. But the deal fell apart after someone leaked some of the investigative details.

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The chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board criticized Tesla, the auto industry, and regulators for not doing enough to prevent accidents involving driver-assistance systems

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“It was cathartic as hell." Elizabeth Warren's supporters are hoping she can give her campaign another boost by repeating her performance from last week at tonight's Democratic debate

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Looking for an easy, hearty weeknight meal? @NYTFood has you covered.

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The coronavirus underscores the imbalance in globalization, reports @StevenErlanger. The private sector has become very effective — but efforts to strengthen global public efforts are attacked by nationalists and populists as infringements on sovereignty

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The Markup, an investigative news site focused on technology, is ready for its rollout after a topsy-turvy beta phase

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Anne Burnett Windfohr Marion, a prominent Texas rancher, oil heiress and patron of the arts who helped found the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, has died at age 81

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Disney’s chief executive, Bob Iger, will step down after 15 years at the helm of the company. He will be replaced by Bob Chapek, who was most recently chairman of Disney’s parks business.

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A disputed program that allowed the NSA to access logs of Americans' domestic calls and texts cost $100 million but yielded only 1 significant investigation from 2015 to 2019, a newly declassified study shows

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Winter, according to meteorologists, ends on Feb. 29. But the Midwestern winter — which often throws in a snowstorm in April — could endure for many more weeks, meaning more time for sledding.

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While the U.S. tests an experimental drug for the coronavirus, the FDA is also closely watching for potential disruptions in the supply of 20 unrelated drugs that are either made in China or contain ingredients from China

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