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The NYTimes most popular stories in 2014

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What was the most popular story on The New York Times website in 2014? 

Here are the most popular New York Times stories of 2014:

  1. “Forty Portraits in 40 Years,” by Nicolas Nixon and Susan Minot, published on October 3
  2. “An Open Letter From Dylan Farrow,” by Dylan Farrow, published on February 1
  3. How Y’All, Youse, and You Guys Talk,” by Josh Katz and Wilson Andrews, published on December 21, 2013
  4. Philip Seymour Hoffman, Actor of Depth, Dies at 46,” by Bruce Weber, published on February 2
  5. The 52 Places to Go in 2014,” by the editors, published on January 10
  6. What You Learn in Your 40s,” by Pamela Druckerman, published on February 28
  7. For the Love of Money,” by Sam Polk, published on January 18
  8. How Many Ebola Patients Have Been Treated Outside of Africa?,” by the editors, published on July 31
  9. Robin Williams, Oscar-Winning Comedian, Dies at 63,” by Dave Itzkoff, published on August 11
  10. Where Are the Hardest Places to Live in the U.S.?,” by Alan Flippen, published on June 26
  11. Autopsy Shows Michael Brown Was Struck at Least Six Times,” by Frances Robles and Julie Bosman, published on August 17
  12. Watch 10,000 League of Legends Games in 30 Seconds,” by Tom Giratikanon, Jon Huang, and Jeremy White, published on October 10
  13. The Scientific Seven-Minute Workout,” published on May 13, 2013
  14. The Horror Before the Beheadings,” by Rukmini Callimachi, published on October 26
  15. Doctor in New York City Is Sick With Ebola,” by Marc Santora, published on October 23


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