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Sharing High-Resolution Photos by Email

Q. How do I make sure I am sending a photo at the highest possible resolution when I attach it to an email message on my phone? A. Before you send the photo, check the image-size settings when you attach the image to the message so you know you have selected a high-resolution picture. If you pick a low-resolution photo ...

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Mathilde Krim, Mobilizing Force in an AIDS Crusade, Dies at 91

The virus that causes AIDS is spread by many vectors: through sex, needle-sharing among drug users and accidental needle sticks among medical personnel, as well as through blood transfusions and from mother to infant during pregnancy or breast feeding. In Africa, where the disease originated and where it is most widespread, most transmission is through heterosexual sex. In the early ...

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Pete Holmes of ‘Crashing’ Finds Humor in His Church Roots

Mr. Holmes said that he had spent the previous week in Maui at a meditation and yoga retreat with the spiritual leader Ram Dass. But the “spiritual cleansing,” as he called it, was apparently no match for the stresses of Los Angeles traffic. He was also facing a pile of deadlines. He needed to finish editing “Crashing,” the HBO show ...

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Simone Biles Says She, Too, Was Abused by Larry Nassar

“U.S.A. Gymnastics’ support is unwavering for Simone and all athletes who courageously came forward to share their experiences,” the organization’s statement said. “We are our athletes’ advocates. U.S.A. Gymnastics will continue to listen to our athletes and our members in our efforts of creating a culture of empowerment with a relentless focus on athlete safety every single day.” Photo Dr. ...

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Kazakhstan Cheers New Alphabet, Except for All Those Apostrophes

“This is the basic problem of our country: If the president says something or just writes something on a napkin, everybody has to applaud,” said Aidos Sarym, a political analyst and member of a language reform commission set up last year. Mr. Nazarbayev, he added, deserves credit for turning Kazakhstan into the most stable and prosperous country in a region ...

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Graydon Carter, Ex-Editor of Vanity Fair, Invests in an App

Zig, an app that aims to simplify users’ consumption of news, is Mr. Carter’s first public project since he left Vanity Fair last month. It resembles an Instagram of news: a feed of photographs culled from stories around the web, with the material tailored to a user’s interests. Photo Graydon Carter, left, spent 25 years at Vanity Fair, but his ...

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After Surgery in the Womb, a Baby Kicks Up Hope

On Sept. 27, as a six-month-old fetus, he underwent experimental surgery while still in his mother’s womb to treat a severe form of spina bifida, in which the tissue that should enclose and protect the spinal column does not form properly. The condition leaves the spine open with nerves exposed, and they sustain damage that can leave a child incontinent ...

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How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend?

No matter how much free time you have this weekend, we have TV recommendations for you. Come back every Friday for new suggestions from our TV critic on what to watch. This Weekend I Have … a Half-Hour, and I Like Zippy Comedy ‘LA to Vegas’ When to watch: Now, on Fox.com and Hulu. This new comedy airs Wednesdays on ...

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Ms. Fendi and Ms. Prada and All Their Baggage

MILAN — Founded here in 1913 as a luggage purveyor to the local carriage trade, Fratelli Prada probably would not have become a synonym for Italian fashion had the male scion, uninterested in the business, not passed it on to his daughter, Luisa, who in turn eventually handed the baton to a daughter of her own, a girl named Miuccia. ...

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