The Morning Newsletter – The New York Times

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While a grand trip might offer novelty and excitement, there’s adventure to be found in territories much closer to home.
By Melissa Kirsch
Voters may express dissatisfaction with President Biden in surveys. But he could still get their votes.
By David Leonhardt
Mexico’s recent efforts offer a reminder: Stricter enforcement of immigration laws really does tend to reduce migration flows.
By David Leonhardt
The city’s addiction crisis has worsened quickly — and culture is a big factor.
By German Lopez
The nation is at the center of the current turmoil in the Middle East.
By Alissa J. Rubin
Famine has become a central humanitarian concern in the enclave.
By David Leonhardt and Lauren Jackson
Last year, no American movie broke the Top 10 at the Chinese box office.
By Desiree Ibekwe
Streaming offers an infinity of choice. It also offers the illusion that we’ll find the perfect cinematic solution to whatever is ailing us.
By Melissa Kirsch
Trump’s growing influence is dividing Republicans on an issue that once united the party.
By Annie Karni
With Trump on his way to securing the Republican nomination, we speak with three Times politics writers about how he might govern.
By David Leonhardt


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