We looked inside some of the tweets by @nytimes and here's what we found interesting.
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The 2020 U.S. presidential primary has already passed $1 billion in spending on advertising. Mike Bloomberg accounts for more than half of that. https://nyti.ms/2I36qL4
Look! Down on the ground. It’s a pig. It’s a boar. It’s a javelina running through the streets of Arizona? https://nyti.ms/397ufxi
The coronavirus surfaced in a Chinese seafood and poultry market late last year. Here's a timeline of the outbreak so far. https://nyti.ms/38estJK
“When I went through that course and graduated, I was hoping that this would open the doors to other women,” said Capt. Kate Wilder, the first woman to pass the Army Special Forces Officer Course. “Unfortunately, it has taken 40 years to finally happen.” https://nyti.ms/32EWv83
Breaking News: In a statement aimed at calming jittery investors, the Federal Reserve signaled a willingness to cut interest rates if the coronavirus outbreak worsens https://nyti.ms/3afsFK8
The U.S. Navy on Friday ordered all ships that have made stops in the Pacific — about 30 to 40 vessels holding several thousand sailors and Marines — to self-quarantine at sea for 14 days https://nyti.ms/2Pvkwcf
@fmanjoo is chatting live about his latest column, "Admit It: You Don’t Know What Will Happen Next” https://nyti.ms/2PyuMAS https://twitter.com/fmanjoo/status/1233467039978622976
Freeman Dyson, a writer and technological visionary whose theory on quantum electrodynamics ranks among the great achievements of science, died at 96 https://nyti.ms/38bJXGq
Many older Democrats with sharp memories of the Cold War have been baffled and even offended by Bernie Sanders’s praise for Cuba. But for many younger progressives, the negative reactions to his comments seem like boomer panic, w/ the great @melbournecoal https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/28/us/politics/bernie-sanders-cuba-castro.html
Minorca, Spain, is one of our 52 places to go this year. See why. https://nyti.ms/2SOVvuG
The stock market is falling over coronavirus worries. But so are U.S. Treasury bond yields, which hit all-time lows this week.
And while they may not dominate the headlines, bonds could be the most profound signal about the future of the global economy. https://nyti.ms/2VwF4Fq
Breaking News: A U.S. federal appeals court blocked President Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy, a central pillar of the administration’s hard-line immigration agenda https://nyti.ms/3ahZEx5
@ebruenig writes, “The point of underscoring the species of Mr. Bloomberg’s sexism is to posit that it’s not simply the result of businesslike pragmatism, but part of a long legacy of historical hostility to mothers” https://nyti.ms/3cgNaHU
On the slice of women who look at Ms. Warren now with a mix of disbelief and disappointment that they describe as nearly debilitating. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/28/us/politics/elizabeth-warren-women-voters.html
Campaigning in South Carolina on Friday, Joe Biden urged calm in response to the coronavirus outbreak, even as he bashed President Trump’s response so far. "We have a president who can’t tell the truth," he said. https://nyti.ms/2vnyN3W
In South Carolina, churches have been central to how candidates reach black voters. But the nature of courting black voters is changing. “Don’t just show up when you want my vote,” one parishioner said. https://nyti.ms/38bFOSS
Maps: The coronavirus outbreak has sickened more than 83,700 people, according to official counts. As of Friday morning, at least 2,858 people have died, all but 70 in mainland China. https://nyti.ms/2I6GyOu
Here's how the S&P 500 has fallen this week as worries about the coronavirus outbreak continue to mount.
The U.S. stock market is on track for its worst week since the 2008 financial crisis.
Follow live updates. https://nyti.ms/2I0QWaG
Federal Reserve officials on Friday began to signal a willingness to cut interest rates if the coronavirus outbreak worsens, laying out a scenario in which the central bank might respond as infections and quarantines spread globally. Follow live updates. https://nyti.ms/3ahe4xN
The latest on the coronavirus: The WHO has raised the global threat level to “very high,” its most extreme assessment, as new outbreaks appear. At least 53 countries have now reported infections. https://nyti.ms/2Tj8Eve