The New York Times

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We looked inside some of the tweets by @nytimes and found useful information for you.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
16 minutes
Average replies
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Average retweets
91
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247
Tweets with photos
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Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

1. in category Daily News

1. in country United States and category Daily News

1. in country United States and category Media

5. in category Media

15. in country United States

24. worldwide

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It took 3 years, 2 months and 1 day to get to the billionth tweet.

President Trump in an interview downplayed the accomplishments of Rep. John Lewis, a civil rights icon who died last month, and quickly pivoted to what he perceived as a personal slight. “He chose not to come to my inauguration,” Trump told Axios. https://t.co/UwMG8Yr7Aa https://t.co/RVJwkU7rLg

President Trump in an interview downplayed the accomplishments of Rep. John Lewis, a civil rights icon who died last month, and quickly pivoted to what he perceived as a personal slight. “He chose not to come to my inauguration,” Trump told Axios. https://t.co/UwMG8Yr7Aa https://t.co/RVJwkU7rLg

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Facebook leased all the office space in the former main post office at Penn Station in Midtown, reaffirming the corporation’s commitment to an office-centric urban culture despite the pandemic https://t.co/9gSHP1YSZj

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Rep. Rashida Tlaib, the first-term Michigan Democrat, faces a rematch today in a Democratic primary against Brenda Jones, the Detroit City Council president who Tlaib narrowly defeated in 2018. Here's what to expect from the closely watched race. https://t.co/p5co3kYY0Z

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The Israeli government, confident it had beaten the coronavirus, invited students back to school in May. Within days, infections were reported at a Jerusalem high school. It became the largest outbreak in a single school in Israel, possibly the world. https://t.co/QYQKN3Vmu8

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A party that drew a large group of people to a mansion on Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles, defying coronavirus rules, devolved into chaos and gunfire. At least 3 people were wounded. https://t.co/ZvIA6bAgcr

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Isaias, now a tropical storm, is moving through Virginia and is predicted to tear along the East Coast, bringing heavy rain and strong winds to states including Maryland, Pennsylvania and New York. Follow along for the latest developments: https://t.co/1NIB6b9aM9

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Tens of millions of Americans have lost crucial jobless benefits. Negotiators are set to reconvene on Capitol Hill to continue hammering out differences over a coronavirus relief package. https://t.co/12IFQM9zQZ

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Republican anxieties about control of the Senate are reaching new heights this week — in part because of the party's Senate primary today in Kansas, where Kris Kobach is on the ballot https://t.co/gSVVVX7TWM

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Writing SOS in the sand actually works – or it did for these 3 men who found themselves marooned on an uninhabited island in Micronesia https://t.co/anW5YQDFnh

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Mayor Bill de Blasio has pointed to court delays and bail reform to explain the surge in gun violence in New York City. But the N.Y.P.D.’s own numbers tell a different story. https://t.co/1JzXpUPJVb

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The largest school district in Georgia said that about 260 employees had been barred from work because they tested positive or had potentially been exposed to the coronavirus https://t.co/imoz2Rpzj4

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Karen Bass is among the top candidates being considered for vice president by Joe Biden. Of all the contenders, none offer quite the contrast with Biden — in the story of her life and the story of her politics — as the congresswoman from California. https://t.co/p2jUnlFXZH

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The pandemic has taken an incalculable death toll. Here are some of those we’ve lost. https://t.co/YTAg75XimG

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Melbourne, Australia, grappling with a spiraling coronavirus outbreak, has now imposed some of the toughest restrictions in the world https://t.co/jy5fY76hQK

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Here's a rundown of the highlights from late-night TV https://t.co/ai3ID7shnG

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In Opinion The editorial board writes, "Some good news on what human genius can do provided a welcome diversion from all the harrowing news about the pandemic and toxic politics" https://t.co/yEKUdWwniJ

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Guyana had an election in March — and 5 months later, has sworn in a new president. Mohamed Irfaan Ali will manage the flow of billions in new oil revenues, which are reshaping the small South American country. https://t.co/Sb9Mjiftrz

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Israeli troops ambushed 4 militants as they planted bombs along Israel’s boundary with Syria around midnight, the Israeli military said https://t.co/K5LnU13DEQ

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Less than 2 years after the collapse of the Morandi Bridge killed 43 people and embarrassed the nation, Italy inaugurated its replacement, and vowed to do better https://t.co/EyYf7zLdHh

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The former king of Spain, Juan Carlos, announced he was abandoning his country amid multiple investigations into his finances. His departure may fuel Spain’s political and social debate over the future of the monarchy. https://t.co/ghl7E1AV2d

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