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What is The New York Times asking?

"Any headline that ends in a question mark can be answered by the word no." This is the Betteridge's law of headlines. No research proves this statement. This law's purpose is to discourage journalists to use a question mark in the title, where most of our attention lies.
I am interested in the headlines that end in a question mark, especially under this political climate. Moreover, what questions are The New York Times asking around specific topics for the past ten years?

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