The New York Times

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We looked inside some of the tweets by @nytimes and found useful information for you.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
39 minutes
Average replies
67
Average retweets
87
Average likes
330
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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

5. in category Media

15. in country United States

24. worldwide

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Two criminal complaints were filed with the Indian police over the weekend against the makers of “Tandav,” a web series on Amazon. The political drama cuts uncomfortably close to the country’s biggest controversies. https://t.co/5AcZy8I0l5

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✨ Astronomers are searching for one of the biggest, baddest black holes thought to exist.✨ They haven't found it yet. https://t.co/P1zphMPUwQ

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The crime: sharing audio clips on social media that were deemed critical of Thailand’s monarchy. The sentence: more than 43 years in prison. https://t.co/vz21MpTwHV

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China’s college graduates are facing a lack of desirable, well-paying jobs. With the encouragement of the government, many students are turning to a stopgap solution: staying in school. https://t.co/vdmpUVbZ3V

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Brazil has launched its coronavirus vaccination campaign with just 6 million doses on hand for a nation of 213 million people. https://t.co/cI2Z9evWUP

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A wave of testimonies from people who say they were victims of incest has surfaced on social media after Olivier Duhamel, a French intellectual, was accused of abusing his teenage stepson. The accounts shed light on what advocates say is a major problem. https://t.co/GtPWAE6bBs

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"We have failed in our collective capacity." A World Health Organization panel recounted in a damning report how governments and public health organizations worldwide responded slowly and ineffectively to the coronavirus. https://t.co/lX6tnnf7Bf

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Dozens of people were arrested on Monday night in Manhattan as hundreds participated in a march on Martin Luther King's Birthday organized by Black activist groups, according to the police and witnesses. https://t.co/HOZT4FFeOQ

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Bill Barr, the former attorney general, said in an interview that doubts raised about the legitimacy of the election results “precipitated the riot” at the Capitol. But he would not say whether he believed that President Trump incited the mob. https://t.co/W2Lu4ha3Lt

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The Mets said General Manager Jared Porter acknowledged a “serious error in judgment” after ESPN reported that he sent dozens of unsolicited messages — including one with an explicit photo — to a female reporter in 2016. https://t.co/a3Eqz213Xs

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Black artists and activists in Birmingham, England, say the city’s largest theater has sold out and "endorsed probably the biggest systematic oppressor of Black people in this country" by leasing its auditoriums out as courthouses during the pandemic. https://t.co/0jJYCxaOvs

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The European Union is eager for “a political climate change” and cooperation with the U.S. after Joe Biden is sworn in on Wednesday. But, if the new president is consumed with domestic problems, it won’t put its own agenda on hold. https://t.co/wVQfccpYkY

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Many jobs that vanished at the start of the pandemic were held by women, particularly women of color, who worked in service industries. The big question is whether Joe Biden's plan will help — and overwhelmingly, experts say the answer is yes. https://t.co/1vgmFGDChR

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Major streaming services like Amazon and Netflix are increasingly finding themselves caught in the middle as India’s Hindu nationalist ruling party ratchets up the pressure on some of the country’s most successful artists. https://t.co/QGIZ3AVig2

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Concerned that President-elect Joe Biden might be more inclined to meddle in Mexican affairs, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has spent the last several weeks preemptively poking the incoming U.S. administration in the eye. https://t.co/axZQiybKxf

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A report by a WHO panel has laid bare a yearlong cascade of failures in the world's response to the outbreak of the coronavirus, calling the pandemic alert system “slow, cumbersome and indecisive.” https://t.co/0sHMAhpD7Z

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One day in the pandemic: We pieced together a tapestry of some of the lives lost in the U.S. on Jan. 4, one part of an extraordinary national loss. https://t.co/QndsOFtmbZ

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This weekend, the NFL received kudos for following its own player safety rules, developed after years of criticism that not enough was being done to prevent head hits, writes @el_belson. https://t.co/sq0bvgoM6c

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The residents of Washington, D.C., have been caught up in a surreal, fortified corn maze of ever-changing metal security barriers across sidewalks and roadways that seem to be open one minute and closed the next. https://t.co/mkxtSI8ma0

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