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In Today's Paper - November 24, 2017

Today's Paper US

Page One

Saying Bye to Buybacks A1

Large companies are repurchasing their shares at the slowest pace in five years, as record U.S. stock indexes and an expanding economy propel more money out of flush corporate coffers into capital spending and mergers. .

U.S.

How Robots May Make Radiologists’ Jobs Easier, Not Redundant A2

Scientists recently said an artificial intelligence program diagnosed pneumonia on chest X-rays more accurately than human radiologists. Should radiologists worry? Probably not. AI is more likely to make their jobs easier, not less necessary.

World

Myanmar, Bangladesh Agree on Return of Rohingya Refugees A6

Myanmar and Bangladesh agreed to begin repatriating hundreds of thousands of ethnic Rohingya Muslims who fled a crackdown in Buddhist-majority Myanmar, in a process that could take years to complete.

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Greater New York

Crowds Gather for Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade Under Heightened Security A13A

Beneath a thick blanket of security, the Macy’s Thanksgiving’s Day Parade stepped off on Thursday morning in Manhattan in an annual ritual of innocence and commercial branding.

Life & Arts

‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Review: Not So Kosher A14

Amy Sherman-Palladino’s latest show features great one-liners, endearing performances and a visually opulent representation of New York in the nascent “Mad Men” era—but its Jewish milieu make no sense.

Opinion

The Modern Epic of Denunciation A17

The media is driving the story line but we all are caught up in the moral drama.

Business & Finance

Retailers Offer Delayed Shipping Options to Avoid Peak Charges B1

Retailers are contending with a new challenge as this year’s holiday shopping season heats up: extra shipping fees during the busiest weeks.

Mansion

After the NFL, Greg Jennings Goes Back to the Drawing Board M1

Greg Jennings deferred his design dream to pursue a career in football. Now retired from the game, he took the lead building his Edina, Minn., home.

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