Bryan Pietsch Reporter
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Bryan Pietsch is a general assignment reporter on the Express desk at The New York Times and a member of The Times's 2020-2021 fellowship class.

91 Articles
over 1 year ago
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Nashville Hat Shop Sold Yellow Star Anti-Vaccine Patches

Nashville Hat Shop Sold Yellow Star Anti-Vaccine Patches

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Max Mosley, Motor Racing Chief and Embattled Privacy Advocate, Dies at 81

The son of Nazi sympathizers sought to separate himself from his parents, but was bogged down by a secretly recorded ...

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Cleared of Murder, Brothers Are Awarded $75 Million

Henry McCollum and Leon Brown, half brothers with intellectual disabilities, spent three decades in prison for the ra...

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Florida Governor Says He Will Pardon Those Who Violated Mask Mandates

Gov. Ron DeSantis, a Republican, said the enforcement of a county mask mandate was “total overreach.”

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WeWork’s CEO: ‘Least Engaged’ Employees Work From Home

Sandeep Mathrani’s comments at a Wall Street Journal event prompted intense debate on Twitter.

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WeWork’s CEO: ‘Least Engaged’ Employees Work From Home

Sandeep Mathrani’s comments at a Wall Street Journal event prompted intense debate on Twitter.

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Here Are Some Fun Places to Get the Vaccine

A beach. A ski resort. Dracula’s house. Some Covid-19 vaccine sites are more interesting than others.

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Shooting at Birthday Party in Colorado Leaves 7 Dead, Police Say

The gunman shot and killed six adults before taking his own life at a mobile home park, officials said. A motive was ...

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Maya Angelou and Sally Ride Will Be Honored on Quarters

The coins are part of a new U.S. Mint program that will feature as many as 20 American women.

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His Ship Vanished in the Arctic 176 Years Ago. DNA Has Offered a Clue.

For the first time, researchers have identified the remains of a sailor from the doomed 1845 Franklin expedition of t...

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Human Composting Could Soon Be Legal in Colorado

If the governor signs the bill, Colorado would be the second state to legalize the composting of human remains.

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As more people get vaccinated, how long will mask mandates stick around?

As more people get vaccinated, how long will mask mandates stick around?

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