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  1. How a Multimedia Whiz Seized Digital Theater’s Big Moment Theater, Today

    The projection designer Jared Mezzocchi has become a go-to guy for ambitious virtual productions. Next up: Starring in his own haunted house play.

  2. Choose Your Earth Day Guide: David, Greta … Cher? Arts, Today

    This year’s specials include a Greta Thunberg documentary, a David Attenborough extravaganza, James Cameron on whales and Cher rescuing an elephant.

  3. Classical Music Podcasts Begin to Flourish, at Last Arts, Today

    During the past year, established shows have evolved while others have joined. And one, “Mission: Commission,” is breaking new ground.

  4. Tempest Storm, Who Disrobed to Enduring Acclaim, Dies at 93 Arts, Today

    One of the most celebrated strippers of her time, she began her career in burlesque’s golden twilight and continued performing into her 80s.

  5. Derek Chauvin is being held in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day. U.S., Today

    He has been placed in an isolated wing of Minnesota’s only maximum-security prison because of fears for his safety.

  6. U.N. rights experts say Navalny needs ‘urgent medical evacuation.’ World, Today

  7. Biden’s Plan to End Afghanistan War Gives Some Detainees Hope for Release Washington, Today

    The legal basis for indefinite detention at Guantánamo is to prevent combatants from returning to the battlefield. But what if their old battlefield is no more?

  8. Teachers explain how they’re dealing with the Chauvin verdict in their classrooms. U.S., Today

    “When it’s plastered all over the news, they have questions,” said Lacrissha Walton, a social studies teacher in Minneapolis.

  9. The Earth Day Edition Climate, Today

    We answer some big climate questions. Plus, this week’s news.

  10. 12 Stellar Recipes for Your Next Outdoor Hang Dining, Today

    These dips, salads, tarts and more taste great — and will stand up to an afternoon out.

  11. The Years We’ve Lost to Covid Parenting, Today

    Some experts insist it’s more important to track the time we’ve lost to the pandemic rather than the lives.

  12. Why Is Big Tech Under Assault? Power. Business, Today

    Tech executives wanted to change the world, and they did. Of course we’re now questioning them.

  13. Overdue Shutdown of the Indian Point Nuclear Plant Letters, Today

    Environmental groups write that gains in energy efficiency and renewable power exceed the plant’s annual output. Also: Stewardship of wild horses; yeshiva graduates’ success.

  14. Kerry says U.S. efforts on global warming were set back by the Trump administration’s ‘lies.’ U.S., Today

  15. Seven House Republicans pledge to take no donations from major tech companies. Business, Today

    The lawmakers said that the companies limited the reach of conservative voices.

  16. As Biden calls for quick action, major obstacles remain to a policing overhaul through Congress. U.S., Today

  17. Oscars Prep: ‘Promising Young Woman’ Interactive, Today

    The movie is a major Oscar player this year, clocking in with five nominations, including best picture and best director. Here’s why it’s on our radar.

  18. 8 Podcasts to Help Make Sense of Post-Trump America Arts & Leisure, Today

    In the wake of a most untraditional presidency, these shows will keep you up-to-date on what’s happening in Washington and our politically polarized country.

  19. Teachers Address Derek Chauvin’s Guilty Verdict National, Today

    After a tumultuous year, classrooms are talking about the murder of George Floyd.

  20. The Lyrids Meteor Shower Will Peak in Night Skies Science, Today

    Meteor showers can light up night skies from dusk to dawn, and if you’re lucky you might be able to catch a glimpse.

  21. Big cat advocates are hopeful a ‘Tiger King’ bill makes it to Biden’s desk. U.S., Today

  22. Jurors who were anonymous for weeks are now free to talk publicly. U.S., Today

  23. Why James Charles Has Been Demonetized by YouTube Styles, Today

    The platform recently took action against a high-profile makeup artist. Here’s some background.

  24. Bolsonaro’s Sudden Pledge to Protect the Amazon Met With Skepticism Foreign, Today

    The Biden era has prompted Brazil to take steps to burnish its record as an environmental scoundrel — for which it’s seeking billions of dollars from the international community.

  25. Americans Don’t Really Understand Gun Violence Podcasts, Today

    Why? Because there’s very little known about the thousands of victims who survive deadly shootings.

  26. Ice for Sore Muscles? Think Again. Well, Today

    Icing muscles after strenuous exercise is not just ineffective, it could be counterproductive, a new study in mice suggests.

  27. An E.V. Start-Up Backed by UPS Does Away With the Assembly Line Business, Today

    Arrival, a developer of electric vans and buses, says it has come up with a cheaper way to build vehicles in small factories. But can it deliver on that promise?

  28. In Vermont, Isolating Inmates Kept Covid at Bay, but at a Price National, Today

    The state prison system is the only one in the nation where no one has died of Covid-19. But the strict lockdowns and quarantines that slowed the virus created their own problems.

  29. Sierra Teller Ornelas on the Roots of ‘Rutherford Falls’ Culture, Today

    The first Native American to run a TV comedy talked about creating the new series with Michael Schur and Ed Helms and about her long family history of storytelling.

  30. What Is MasterClass Actually Selling? Podcasts, Today

    The ads are everywhere. You can learn to serve like Serena Williams or write like Margaret Atwood. But what MasterClass really delivers is something altogether different.

  31. When Co-Stars Compete at the Oscars, Who Wins? Arts & Leisure, Today

    Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield of “Judas and the Black Messiah” are going head-to-head for best supporting actor. Here’s how they might fare.

  32. When Co-Stars Compete at the Oscars, Who Wins? Arts & Leisure, Today

    Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield of “Judas and the Black Messiah” are going head-to-head for best supporting actor. Here’s how they might fare.

  33. The Off-White Papers Interactive, Today

  34. How to Feel Better Dining, Today

    Taking an hour or so each day to concentrate on a new recipe or to revisit a favorite one is a terrific way to push through the fog.

  35. In a Season of Strikeouts, Burnes and Bieber Are on Another Level Sports, Today

    Shane Bieber matched a Nolan Ryan record on Sunday. Corbin Burnes set a major league record on Tuesday. Batters beware.

  36. The House will vote on legislation to limit the president’s ability to impose travel bans. U.S., Today

    The No Ban Act would restrict the president’s wide-ranging power to control immigration by requiring that travel bans be temporary and subject to congressional oversight, among other limitations.

  37. Seemed Like A Good Idea at the Time Podcasts, Today

    A girl signs up for a class. A couple hires an accountant. A group of co-workers decides to pool their money and buy a couple of lottery tickets. In the beginning, they’re full of hope and optimism ... and then something turns.

  38. American Airlines plans to recall all pilots by the end of summer. Business, Today

  39. Manhattan to Stop Prosecuting Prostitution, Part of Nationwide Shift Metro, Today

    The district attorney, Cyrus R. Vance Jr., moved to dismiss thousands of cases dating back decades, amid a growing movement to change the criminal justice system’s approach to prostitution.

  40. Attorney General Merrick Garland announces an investigation into the Minneapolis Police Department. National, Today

    The inquiry will likely lead to a consent decree between the department and the federal government, a tool that the Obama administration repeatedly used to address police misconduct.

  41. Putin warns the West not to cross a red line in his annual address to Parliament. U.S., Today

  42. Manic Markets, Imploding Funds: Wall Street’s New Top Cop Has a Full Plate Business, Today

    Gary Gensler, the new S.E.C. chairman, wants to improve corporate disclosure and regulate digital assets better. But a lot awaits him already.

  43. In Harlem, the Chauvin verdict represents ‘a little bit of justice.’ U.S., Today

  44. Who Was Lil Tay? Podcasts, Today

    The making, and marketing, of a 9-year-old meme machine.

  45. As the Chauvin verdict was about to be read, the police killed a teenage girl in Ohio. U.S., Today

  46. How New Yorkers Celebrated 4/20 Interactive, Today

    New Yorkers celebrated the first 4/20 since the legalization of personal use.

  47. Why Don’t Some TV Shows Sound the Way They Used To? Culture, Today

    Licensing issues have gutted the soundtracks of many beloved series on streaming services, resulting in bewildering music cues and missing theme songs.

  48. ‘Skate Kitchen,’ ‘Night Moves’ and More Streaming Gems Culture, Today

    Enjoy these options that are off the beaten path.

  49. U.S. regulators cite shortcomings after inspecting a Baltimore plant where J.&J. doses were ruined. Washington, Today

    The Food and Drug Administration issued highly critical findings from an inspection of the plant that was forced to throw out up to 15 million doses of Johnson & Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine and ordered to temporarily stop all production.

  50. JPMorgan Chase pledges to improve working conditions, and this time it hopes the changes will stick. Business, Today

  51. The country reacts after a guilty verdict is read and the day winds down. U.S., Today

  52. Princeton, N.J.: Historic Homes and Cultural Riches Real Estate, Today

    The Mercer County town has long attracted affluent professionals who take on long commutes in return for the charming setting and top-rated schools.

  53. Living In ... Princeton, N.J. Slideshow, Today

    The Mercer County town has long attracted affluent professionals who take on long commutes in return for the charming setting and top-rated schools.

  54. India’s Health System Cracks Under the Strain as Coronavirus Cases Surge Foreign, Today

    At least 22 people died from loss of oxygen in a hospital accident. Infections hit a daily record. And the government faced criticism for allowing an enormous Hindu festival to continue.

  55. One Family’s Reunification Story Podcasts, Today

    After President Trump ended the practice of separating migrant children from their parents, few families were immediately reunited. Those that were became national symbols.

  56. The inside story of Biden’s reversal on refugee admissions. U.S., Today

  57. The inside story of Biden’s reversal on refugee admissions. Washington, Today

  58. $650,000 Homes in South Carolina, Nebraska and New Jersey Real Estate, Today

    A 1945 cottage in Charleston, a two-bedroom condo in an industrial loft in Omaha and a converted stone church in Bernardsville.

  59. What You Get for $650,000 Slideshow, Today

    A 1945 cottage in Charleston, S.C.; a two-bedroom condo in an industrial loft in Omaha; and a converted stone church in Bernardsville, N.J.

  60. El malestar que sientes tiene un nombre: se llama languidez en Español, Today

    La languidez es una sensación de estancamiento y vacío. Se siente como si uno estuviera pasando los días sin rumbo, mirando la vida a través de un parabrisas empañado. Y podría ser la emoción dominante de 2021.

  61. Consejos para viajar de manera segura durante la pandemia en Español, Today

    Aunque las vacunas han logrado que viajar sea más seguro, planificar una travesía se ha convertido en un proceso complicado.

  62. What’s next for the other three officers at the scene of Mr. Floyd’s arrest? National, Today

    Thomas Lane, J. Alexander Kueng and Tou Thao were charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter and are expected to be tried jointly beginning in August.

  63. South Korea’s leader pushes Biden to negotiate with the North after Trump ‘failed.’ U.S., Today

  64. Gina McCarthy, Obama’s E.P.A. chief, is back and ready to rebuild a legacy dismantled during Trump. U.S., Today

  65. Derek Chauvin Verdict Reverberates Across California National, Today

    Wednesday: Activists and officials reacted to the news that a former police officer was convicted of murdering George Floyd.

  66. Putin alleges a C.I.A. assassination plot in Belarus. World, Today

  67. Climbers trying to scale Mount Everest test positive, and other news from around the world. World, Today

  68. More Businesses Are Standing for Justice Business, Today

    The corporate response to civil rights has changed over the years.

  69. Here’s what’s happening in markets today. Business, Today

  70. James Harden Could Be Out Until the Playoffs Sports, Today

    A healthy Harden, Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving have barely played together for the Nets.

  71. The Day's News in 6 Minutes Podcasts, Today

    The Derek Chauvin verdict, Florida's public disorder bill and the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in Europe. 

  72. After the Chauvin verdict, will there be new accountability for American police? U.S., Today

  73. Mi hija y yo estamos atrapadas en la tragedia de Brasil en Español, Today

    Pasamos los días viendo ambulancias, mientras la COVID-19 arrasa con el país.

  74. Minha filha e eu estamos presas na tragédia do Brasil Opinion, Today

    Passamos os dias vendo ambulâncias enquanto a Covid-19 assola o país.

  75. Guilty on All Charges National, Today

    We were in Minneapolis for the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial.

  76. Traveling this summer? Finding a rental car may be a challenge. World, Today

  77. South Korean Court Sides With Japan in Wartime Sexual Slavery Case Foreign, Today

    The decision contradicted an earlier court ruling in South Korea that said the Japanese government must compensate so-called comfort women.

  78. The technology that helped restaurants survive the pandemic. Business, Today

  79. Catch Up: Netflix’s subscriber growth is slowing as its rivals gain. Business, Today

  80. Retirees are taking on more debt. Here’s how to dig out. Business, Today

  81. Missouri Lawmaker Faces Expulsion Over Child Abuse Accusations Express, Today

    An ethics committee report said that State Representative Rick Roeber physically and sexually abused his children and once drowned puppies in a pond.

  82. Europe Proposes Strict Rules for Artificial Intelligence Business, Today

    The regulations would have far-reaching implications for tech firms like Amazon, Google, Facebook and Microsoft, which have poured resources into developing the technology.

  83. A Very Rare Conviction N Y T Now, Today

    Derek Chauvin, convicted of second-degree murder, is the exception of exceptions.

  84. Putin outlines a populist economic policy for the post-pandemic era. World, Today

  85. Why Women Do the Household Worrying Parenting, Today

    And how to get men to do more of it.

  86. In Pictures: Government-controlled Ukraine near the front line. World, Today

  87. Russia closes the airspace near the Ukraine border. World, Today

  88. Visiting a Garden Center This Spring? Be Strategic. Real Estate, Today

    There’s a reason the gardening industry fondly refers to this time of year as the ‘100 days of hell.’ And the pandemic has only made it more challenging.

  89. Guilty of All Charges Podcasts, Today

    After 10 hours of deliberation, a jury found that Derek Chauvin had murdered George Floyd. We were in Minneapolis for the verdict and the reaction.

  90. As Maine pushes ahead with vaccines, an old mill town sees a surge of cases. World, Today

  91. One of the World’s Oldest Science Experiments Comes Up From the Dirt Science, Today

    Every 20 years under the cover of darkness, scientists dig up seeds that were stashed 142 years ago beneath a college campus.

  92. Welcome to the YOLO Economy Business, Today

    Burned out and flush with savings, some workers are quitting stable jobs in search of postpandemic adventure.

  93. Nation Faces ‘Hand-to-Hand Combat’ to Get Reluctant Americans Vaccinated Washington, Today

    Half of American adults have received at least one shot of the coronavirus vaccine. Now comes the hard part: persuading the other half to get it.

  94. Biden Is Pushing a Climate Agenda. Gina McCarthy Has to Make It Stick. Climate, Yesterday

    Gina McCarthy, Barack Obama’s E.P.A. chief, could only watch as the Trump administration dismantled her climate work. Now, she’s back with another chance to build a lasting legacy.

  95. Nation Faces ‘Hand-to-Hand Combat’ to Get Reluctant Americans Vaccinated Washington, Today

    Half of American adults have received at least one shot of the coronavirus vaccine. Now comes the hard part: persuading the other half to get it.

  96. Dark. Messy. Assaultive. Inscrutable. Even From Your Couch. Arts & Leisure, Today

    Without international tours, streaming high-concept, director-driven European theater is the next best thing to being there.

  97. How Bad Is Our Pandemic Drinking Problem? Magazine, Today

    The past year has changed alcohol use patterns, especially among women. The impacts probably won’t be fully known for years.

  98. These Chiles Rellenos Are Absurdly Delicious Magazine, Today

    Roasted, filled with queso fresco, fried in an egg batter and simmered in salsa — these stuffed peppers are worth the effort.

  99. Friction between the U.S. and Russia deepens. World, Today

  100. Before planned nationwide protests, the Russian authorities detain activists. World, Today

  101. As protests begin in Russia’s Far East, the authorities detain activists. World, Today

  102. Protesters were out before Putin finished speaking, and more than 300 were later detained. World, Today

  103. New Yorkers React to Derek Chauvin Verdict Metro, Today

    New York residents and public figures responded with surprise, elation and resignation.

  104. New Yorkers React to Derek Chauvin Verdict Metro, Today

    New York residents and public figures responded with surprise, elation and resignation.

  105. ‘He Was Our Dreams’: A College Basketball Star’s Wrenching Death Sports, Today

    Days after leading his college team to its first men’s N.C.A.A. tournament, Oscar Frayer was killed in a highway crash. Loved ones said he had finally found his footing in life.

  106. ‘Nos quedamos sin nada’: la miseria de Argentina se hace más profunda durante la pandemia en Español, Today

    La economía se contrajo casi un 10 por ciento el año pasado y el país enfrenta un ajuste de cuentas con el FMI con más de 45.000 millones de dólares en deudas.

  107. In the U.S. vaccination campaign, ‘the last miles here are going to be the toughest.’ World, Today

  108. Biden will ask U.S. employers to give workers paid time off to get vaccinated. Foreign, Today

    The move is the administration’s latest move to try and persuade more than half of the nation’s adults who have yet to get a dose to do so.

  109. Antibody rates among Black and Hispanic New Yorkers are double those of others, new estimates show. Metro, Today

    A study found at least a third of Black and Hispanic New York City residents had antibodies after the first wave a year ago, but only 16 percent of white New Yorkers did.

  110. House Hunting in France: A Medieval Estate Near Provence for $3 Million Real Estate, Today

    In the South of France, where vacation homes dominate much of the housing market, demand is rising for serenity and outdoor space.

  111. Some Male Birds Fly Under False Colors to Attract Mates, Study Suggests Science, Today

    Elaborate feather microstructures allow male tanagers to enhance their colors, making them seem as if they are higher quality mates.

  112. War, Peace and Taliban Spreadsheets Foreign, Today

    The Taliban have been recording and contesting every perceived U.S. violation of the troop withdrawal deal.

  113. Writing in Italian, Jhumpa Lahiri Found a New Voice Books, Today

    In an unusual literary and linguistic feat, the Pulitzer-winning author of “Interpreter of Maladies” and “The Namesake” wrote her latest novel, “Whereabouts,” in Italian and translated it to English.

  114. An 11th-Century Knight’s Tower in the South of France Slideshow, Today

    This centuries-old estate on nearly 47 acres outside the medieval city of Uzes, in southern France, is on the market for $2.99 million.

  115. Meet Virtual Reality, Your New Physical Therapist Special Sections, Today

    While use of the gaming technology for improving physical ailments is still in the early stages, it shows promise — and it’s fun.

  116. Meet Virtual Reality, Your New Physical Therapist Special Sections, Today

    While use of the gaming technology for improving physical ailments is still in the early stages, it shows promise — and it’s fun.

  117. How to Deal With the Rental Car Crunch Travel, Today

    The pandemic has wreaked havoc in the rental car industry, leading to a shortage of cars and sticker shock for travelers. Here are some tips for finding an affordable one.

  118. How the G.O.P. Is Creating Harsher Penalties for Protesters Politics, Today

    As the nation reacts to the guilty verdict a jury handed to Derek Chauvin in the killing of George Floyd, Republican-led states are introducing punitive new measures governing protests.

  119. How the G.O.P. Is Creating Harsher Penalties for Protesters Politics, Today

    As the nation reacts to the guilty verdict a jury handed to Derek Chauvin in the killing of George Floyd, Republican-led states are introducing punitive new measures governing protests.

  120. True Love? On TV, There’s an App for That Culture, Today

    Dystopian streaming shows like “Made for Love” and “The One” imagine what happens when Big Tech creeps into finding soul mates and fixing marriages.

  121. The Magazine That Invented Street Style Styles, Today

    This is the origin story most people have never heard.

  122. What Happened to Vikki Dougan? Styles, Today

    The model once known as “The Back” on a Hollywood career cut short.

  123. What Happened to Vikki Dougan? Styles, Today

    The model once known as “The Back” on a Hollywood career cut short.

  124. Andrew Yang Wins Endorsement from Left-Wing Rival Metro, Today

    Carlos Menchaca, who bowed out of the New York City mayoral race last month, will endorse his former opponent.

  125. I Met a Taliban Leader and Lost Hope for My Country Op Ed, Today

    Afghan women know the cost of the wars started by men, and we will continue to suffer after American forces withdraw.

  126. A New Bird Flu Jumps to Humans. So Far, It’s Not a Problem. Science, Today

    Covid fuels the current virus pandemic, but the world is full of flu viruses waiting in the wings. And they keep changing unpredictably.

  127. A New Bird Flu Jumps to Humans. So Far, It’s Not a Problem. Science, Today

    Covid fuels the current virus pandemic, but the world is full of flu viruses waiting in the wings. And they keep changing unpredictably.

  128. A Year Later, So Many Adjustments in the Dress Industry Styles, Today

    Designers are finding ways to stay alive after the economic tailspin caused by the pandemic. But optimism and determination have returned.

  129. He Said to ‘Kill Your Senators’ in an Online Video. Now He’s on Trial. Metro, Today

    The trial of Brendan Hunt, an avid Trump backer and New York City resident, will be one of the justice system’s first attempts to grapple with the events of Jan. 6.

  130. Why Trump Is Still Their Guy Op Ed, Today

    You don’t hear his name as much. But as far as the G.O.P. is concerned, the former president rules.

  131. Should America Go Nuclear? Op Ed, Today

    It’s carbon-free, but has a history of disasters. Investing more in nuclear power can help get us to carbon-neutral by 2050. But is it worth it?

  132. Thank Goodness for Poetry Op Ed, Today

    Langston Hughes, Muriel Rukeyser and Toyo Suyemoto help make sense of challenging times.

  133. What Made Our Species Unique: Walking Book Review, Today

    In “First Steps,” Jeremy DeSilva tells the evolutionary story of moving on two feet and how it shaped human development.

  134. The Historian Annette Gordon-Reed Gets Personal in ‘On Juneteenth’ Books, Today

    Gordon-Reed’s new book is a series of short, moving essays about her family’s history and about the end of legalized slavery in Texas.

  135. Aleksei Navalny says he is ‘a skeleton walking, swaying, in its cell.’ World, Today

  136. Navalny says he’s ‘a skeleton walking’ as U.N. rights experts call for his ‘urgent medical evacuation.’ Foreign, Today

    Protests are starting to unfold across Russia as activists demand the release of the opposition leader from prison.

  137. Ukraine’s president warns that war may be coming, and vows that his nation will stand ‘to the last man.’ World, Today

  138. Russian troops amass at Ukraine border, and domestic protests loom as Putin addresses nation. World, Today

  139. Russian troops amass at the Ukraine border and domestic protests loom as Putin addresses the nation. World, Today

  140. Putin says any nation that threatens Russia’s security will ‘regret their deeds.’ World, Today

  141. Late Night Addresses the Derek Chauvin Verdict Culture, Today

    “It’s hard to celebrate, because a man is still dead, but there is a sense of relief that at least this one injustice was not compounded with indifference,” said a somber Stephen Colbert.

  142. Un ex ‘youtuber’ de la ultraderecha explica cómo se propaga el odio en Español, Today

    Céntrate en el conflicto. Alimenta el algoritmo. Asegúrate de que todo lo que produces refuerza una narrativa. No te preocupes si no es verdad.

  143. Billionaires, Bluster and the Super League That Wasn’t Sports, Today

    The organizers of a European soccer league didn’t believe in their idea enough to defend it.

  144. Phone Scammers Talked Her Into Handing Over $33 Million Foreign, Today

    In one of the most staggering Hong Kong phone cons in recent memory, a 90-year-old woman was swindled over five months.

  145. After Trump ‘Failed,’ South Korean Leader Hopes Biden Can Salvage Nuclear Deal Foreign, Today

    In an interview with The New York Times, President Moon Jae-in of South Korea urged the United States to sit down with North Korea.

  146. ¿Cuántos tiranosaurios vivieron en la Tierra? Tenemos una pista en Español, Today

    Una estimación de la población total del icónico “Tyrannosaurus rex” puede enseñarnos algo sobre los dinosaurios que los fósiles no pueden.

  147. Stars and Stripes Scaffolding Learning, Today

    What do you think this image is saying?

  148. 한국 지도자, 트럼프 ‘실패’ 후 바이든과 핵협상 구하기를 희망해 World, Today

    뉴욕타임스와의 인터뷰에서 한국 문재인 대통령은 미국과 북한의 만남을 촉구했다.

  149. 한국 지도자, 트럼프 ‘실패’ 후 바이든과 핵협상 구하기를 희망해 World, Today

    뉴욕타임스와의 인터뷰에서 한국 문재인 대통령은 미국과 북한의 만남을 촉구했다.

  150. Word of the Day: beseech Learning, Today

    This word has appeared in seven articles on NYTimes.com in the past year. Can you use it in a sentence?

  151. Monte Hellman, Cult Director of ‘Two-Lane Blacktop,’ Dies at 91 Obits, Today

    Originally part of Roger Corman’s army of hungry young actors and filmmakers, he made terse action movies and became a hero of the American independent film movement.

  152. Kobe Bryant’s Nike Contract Expired. The Implications Are Complex. Sports, Today

    The end of the deal has no analogue in basketball or sneaker history, opening a hole in the market as Bryant’s shoes have been used heavily by N.B.A. athletes and have seen high demand among the public since his death.

  153. Nobody Saw the Knicks Coming Sports, Today

    Behind Julius Randle, the Knicks have become one of the N.B.A.’s most surprising — and best defensive — teams. Kristaps Porzingis, who?

  154. Your Wednesday Briefing Foreign, Yesterday

    A jury finds Derek Chauvin guilty.

  155. An Early Promise Broken: Inside Biden’s Reversal on Refugees Washington, Yesterday

    What had been an easy promise on the campaign trail — to reverse what Democrats called President Donald J. Trump’s “racist” limits on accepting refugees — has become a test of what is truly important to President Biden.

  156. ‘Importamos’: un momento de catarsis tras el veredicto de Derek Chauvin en Español, Yesterday

    En todo Estados Unidos, la gente reaccionó con una variedad de emociones a la noticia.

  157. Corrections: April 21, 2021 Corrections, Yesterday

    Corrections that appeared in print on Wednesday, April 21, 2021.

  158. Quotation of the Day: A Year of Protest and Reform. What Now for Racial Justice? Summary, Yesterday

    Quotation of the Day for Wednesday, April 21, 2021.

  159. ‘This gave me a glimmer of hope,’ Eric Garner’s mother said of the verdict. U.S., Yesterday

  160. What Is Your Reaction to the Verdict in the Derek Chauvin Trial? Learning, Yesterday

    Do you feel that justice has been served? Does the verdict mark a turning point in American history, or is there much work still to be done?

  161. Lesson of the Day: ‘As New Police Reform Laws Sweep Across the U.S., Some Ask: Are They Enough?’ Learning, Yesterday

    In this lesson, students will consider efforts to reform policing in the wake of George Floyd’s death, then share their own opinions on reimagining public safety.

  162. The Yankees Piece Together a Win With a Wild Pitch and a Walk Sports, Yesterday

    There wasn’t much offense, but the Yankees ended a five-game losing streak. The Mets cooled down in a loss to the Cubs.

  163. Minutes before the verdict, an Ohio teenager was shot by the police. U.S., Yesterday

    “We do not know all of the details,” Mayor Andrew Ginther said. The episode is under investigation and there is body camera footage, he said.

  164. In Photos: America Reacts to the Derek Chauvin Verdict National, Yesterday

    Scenes from around the country after Mr. Chauvin was found guilty of murdering George Floyd.

  165. In Photos: America Reacts to the Derek Chauvin Verdict National, Yesterday

    Scenes from around the country after Mr. Chauvin was found guilty of murdering George Floyd.

  166. Sports world celebrates Chauvin verdict amid controversy over Raiders’ ‘I can breathe’ tweet. U.S., Yesterday

  167. Sports world celebrates Chauvin verdict amid controversy over Raiders’ ‘I can breathe’ tweet. National, Yesterday

  168. In Harlem, Chauvin Verdict Represents ‘a Little Bit of Justice’ Video, Yesterday

    The final verdict in the murder trial of Derek Chauvin was broadcast live across the country. Our camera captured reaction from New York.

  169. ‘Today’s Verdict Is a Step Forward,’ Biden Says Video, Yesterday

    President Biden on Tuesday praised the guilty verdict in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, calling the killing “a murder in full light of day.”

  170. 简报:习近平博鳌论坛呼吁开放;中国试验新冠混合疫苗 World, Yesterday

    弗洛伊德案宣判,警官肖万全部罪名成立;乍得总统在前线视察期间负伤去世;强生疫苗将在欧洲重启接种;研究称中年人睡眠不足将增加患痴呆症风险……这里是今日要闻。

  171. When Clocks ‘Spring Forward’ Games, Yesterday

    “Rapper who’s half of Run the Jewels.”

  172. Scenes of celebration and emotion follow the announcement of the verdict. U.S., Yesterday

  173. Biden and Harris on the Chauvin Trial Verdict Washington, Yesterday

    The president and the vice president addressed the nation on Tuesday evening.

  174. The Death of George Floyd Reignited a Movement. What Happens Now? National, Yesterday

    Calls for racial justice touched nearly every aspect of American life on a scale that historians say has not happened since the civil rights movement of the 1960s.

  175. Derek Chauvin Verdict Brings a Rare Rebuke of Police Misconduct National, Yesterday

    A jury deliberated for just over 10 hours before pronouncing Mr. Chauvin guilty on all three charges: second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.

  176. ‘We Matter’: A Moment of Catharsis After the Derek Chauvin Verdict National, Yesterday

    People across the country reacted with a variety of emotions to the news of the former officer’s conviction on all charges in the killing of George Floyd.

  177. J. & J. to Resume E.U. Vaccine Rollout, With Warning of Rare Side Effect Foreign, Yesterday

    With the Johnson & Johnson vaccine paused in the United States, the European Union drug regulator found that the benefits outweigh the rare risk of blood clots.

  178. Teenage Girl Is Fatally Shot by Police in Columbus, Officials Say Express, Yesterday

    The police in Ohio, who released body camera footage, said the girl had threatened two other girls with a knife before an officer opened fire.

  179. Biden Calls Chauvin Verdict a ‘Much Too Rare’ Moment of Justice Washington, Yesterday

    President Biden has been outspoken about George Floyd’s death, and on Tuesday he called it “murder in full light of day.”

  180. How a teenager’s video upended the police department’s initial tale. National, Yesterday

    The Minneapolis Police Department’s initial account of officers’ encounter with George Floyd was dramatically different from the reality shown on a bystander’s video.

  181. How a teenager’s video upended the police department’s initial tale. National, Yesterday

    The Minneapolis Police Department’s initial account of officers’ encounter with George Floyd was dramatically different from the reality shown on a bystander’s video.

  182. Floyd Family Reacts to Guilty Verdict Video, Yesterday

    Relatives of George Floyd, the Black man killed by the former police officer Derek Chauvin, spoke out after Mr. Chauvin was found guilty of murder and manslaughter.

  183. ‘Today the tears are pure joy.’ George Floyd’s family responds to the verdict. U.S., Yesterday

  184. Sports World Reacts to Chauvin Verdict Sports, Yesterday

    After the deaths of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd and other instances of violence against Black people, many athletes engaged in activist efforts last year.

  185. ‘We’ve been carrying a lot’: For many Black people, the verdict is personal. U.S., Yesterday

  186. Biden will pledge to cut greenhouse gas emissions nearly in half by 2030, sources say. U.S., Yesterday

  187. Biden will pledge to cut greenhouse gas emissions nearly in half by 2030. U.S., Yesterday

  188. Biden will pledge to cut greenhouse gas emissions nearly in half by 2030. U.S., Yesterday

  189. Idriss Déby Dies at 68; Poor Herder’s Son Became Chad’s Longtime Autocrat Obits, Yesterday

    Mr. Déby, who was aiming for a fourth decade in power, died from what the government called wounds sustained at a battlefront with rebels.

  190. How the Artists Behind ‘Shtisel’ Brought Akiva’s Journey to Life Culture, Yesterday

    To capture the tensions faced by a young ultra-Orthodox artist, the creative team behind the hit Israeli TV show hired two painters who understood the stakes.

  191. House Democrats Defeat G.O.P. Attempt to Censure Maxine Waters Washington, Yesterday

    Republicans sought to use the Black congresswoman’s comments to racial justice protesters as a political weapon, claiming she had incited violence and daring Democrats to stand by her. They did.

  192. Lisa Monaco is confirmed as the No. 2 official at the Justice Department. U.S., Yesterday

  193. Apple’s New Devices Target Markets Led by Smaller Rivals Business, Yesterday

    The company also said it planned to release iPhone software next week with a privacy feature that worries many digital-advertising companies.

  194. ‘This is not the end,’ Minnesota’s attorney general says after a guilty verdict. National, Yesterday

    The state’s case, which relied heavily on video evidence from bystanders, is a major victory for Keith Ellison and his team.

  195. Chauvin received three guilty verdicts for one crime. Here’s why and what it means for his sentence. National, Yesterday

    Neither murder charge required the jury to find that Mr. Chauvin intended to kill George Floyd. Nor did the manslaughter charge.

  196. Two Hollywood Executives, Awash in Awards and Admiration, Step Aside Business, Yesterday

    Steve Gilula and Nancy Utley have been at the top of Searchlight Pictures for more than two decades, shaping the film industry with hits like “12 Years a Slave,” “The Shape of Water” and “Nomadland.”

  197. Biden Will Pledge to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions Nearly in Half Climate, Yesterday

    The president will commit the United States to deep cuts in emissions at an Earth Day summit meeting that starts on Thursday, according to people familiar with the plan.

  198. Senators Debating Federal Voting Laws Scrutinize Georgia Statute Washington, Yesterday

    Democrats pushing a giant federal elections overhaul summoned leaders from the state, which has passed new voting restrictions, to spar over Republican efforts.

  199. ‘It was a murder in full light of day,’ President Biden says of George Floyd’s death. National, Yesterday

    Mr. Biden delivered his nationwide address hours after weighing in on the trial’s outcome and telling reporters that he had been “praying” for the “right verdict.”

  200. On TV, a tense wait, and then an emotional response. National, Yesterday

    Every major broadcast and cable news network — and even ESPN — broke into regular programming on Tuesday for live coverage of the Derek Chauvin verdict.

  201. Darnella Frazier captured George Floyd’s death on her cellphone. The teenager’s video shaped the Chauvin trial. National, Yesterday

    Ms. Frazier was 17 when she recorded the cellphone video in May and uploaded it to Facebook. ‘When I look at George Floyd, I look at my dad,’ she said in court.

  202. George Floyd’s death spurred calls for racial justice that touched on seemingly every aspect of American life. U.S., Yesterday

  203. Bush Says G.O.P. Has Become ‘to Some Degree Nativist’ Washington, Yesterday

    The former president also assailed the Trump-era Republican Party as “isolationist, protectionist,” and expressed concern about the fate of girls in Afghanistan if the Taliban take over.

  204. Amy Klobuchar: I Learned 2 Things From My First Job With Walter Mondale Op Ed, Yesterday

    The vice president was my role model — and my friend.

  205. Police Reforms That Might Actually Work Letters, Yesterday

    Readers discuss police recruitment, citizen review complaint boards and reducing gun ownership.

  206. Derek Chauvin Is Guilty: ‘A Huge Nationwide Sigh of Relief’ Letters, Yesterday

    Readers hail the verdict in Derek Chauvin’s trial, but one writes, “Justice will be when people of color can live in a country where they do not have to fear the bias of racist law enforcement.”

  207. ‘Justice was served,’ but ‘it’s not enough’: Americans greet the Chauvin verdict with mixed emotions. U.S., Yesterday

  208. General Warns of Challenges to Tracking Terrorist Threats in Afghanistan After U.S. Exits Washington, Yesterday

    The military is examining where it can reposition troops to prevent Afghanistan from once again becoming a terrorist base.

  209. The U.S. military has vaccinated all but eight of the detainees at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. World, Yesterday

    The military said by Tuesday evening that 32 of the 40 wartime detainees were vaccinated.

  210. The U.S. military has given initial vaccine doses to all but eight of the detainees at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. World, Yesterday

    The military said by Tuesday evening that 32 of the 40 wartime detainees were vaccinated.

  211. The U.S. military gives initial vaccine doses to all but eight of the detainees at Guantánamo Bay. World, Yesterday

    The military said that 32 of the 40 wartime detainees had been vaccinated.

  212. Tech in the Post-Pandemic World Op Ed, Yesterday

    Assessing its future, both the bad and the good.

  213. The Country’s Evolving Marijuana Debate Politics, Yesterday

    Democrats at the national level increasingly see the drug as a unity issue.

  214. ‘This is not the end,’ Minnesota’s attorney general says after a guilty verdict. U.S., Yesterday

    The state’s case, which relied heavily on video evidence from bystanders, is a major victory for Keith Ellison and his team.

  215. How I’m Talking to My Kids About the Derek Chauvin Verdict Op Ed, Yesterday

    We must walk a fine line between truth and hope.

  216. Senators Debating Federal Voting Laws Scrutinize Georgia Statue Washington, Yesterday

    Democrats pushing a giant federal elections overhaul summoned leaders from the state, which has passed new voting restrictions, to spar over Republican efforts.

  217. On TV, a tense wait, and then an emotional response. U.S., Yesterday

  218. On TV, a tense wait, and then an emotional response. U.S., Yesterday

    Every major broadcast and cable news network — and even ESPN — broke into regular programming on Tuesday for live coverage of the Derek Chauvin verdict.

  219. Lawmakers and activists react to the Derek Chauvin verdict. U.S., Yesterday

    “Today, a jury did the right thing,” former President Barack Obama said. “But true justice requires much more.”

  220. Lawmakers and activists react to the Derek Chauvin verdict. National, Yesterday

    “Today, a jury did the right thing,” former President Barack Obama said. “But true justice requires much more.”

  221. 13 Key Moments That Shaped the Trial of Derek Chauvin National, Yesterday

    In testimony from 45 witnesses over three weeks, attorneys returned to the trial’s central questions: what caused George Floyd’s death, and were Mr. Chauvin’s actions justified and lawful.

  222. Is It Time to End Outdoor Masking? Op Ed, Yesterday

    “We’ve known for a year that outdoor infections are extremely rare.”

  223. President Biden will give remarks on the verdict later tonight. U.S., Yesterday

    President Biden watched the verdict with Kamala Harris, the vice president, at the White House on Tuesday afternoon and the two will give remarks later in the evening.

  224. ‘We’re all so relieved,’ President Biden said in a call to Floyd’s family after the verdict. U.S., Yesterday

    President Biden watched the verdict with Kamala Harris, the vice president, at the White House on Tuesday afternoon, and the two will give remarks later in the evening.

  225. ‘We’re all so relieved,’ President Biden said in a phone call to Floyd’s family after the verdict. U.S., Yesterday

    President Biden watched the verdict with Kamala Harris, the vice president, at the White House on Tuesday afternoon, and the two will give remarks later in the evening.

  226. ‘We’re all so relieved,’ President Biden said in a phone call to Floyd’s family after the verdict. National, Yesterday

    President Biden watched the verdict with Kamala Harris, the vice president, at the White House on Tuesday afternoon, and the two will give remarks later in the evening.

  227. Jim Steinman, ‘Bat Out of Hell’ Songwriter, Dies at 73 Obits, Yesterday

    The rocker Meat Loaf’s interpretations of Mr. Steinman’s songs became one of the biggest-selling albums of all time.

  228. George Floyd, Johnson & Johnson, Philip Roth: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

  229. China’s Solar Dominance Presents Biden With an Ugly Dilemma Business, Yesterday

    President Biden’s vow to work with China on issues like climate change is clashing with his promise to defend human rights.

  230. Watch Live: Biden Speaks Following Chauvin Verdict Video, Yesterday

    President Biden addresses the nation following the guilty verdict in the murder trial of the former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

  231. Watch Full Video: Biden Speaks Following Chauvin Verdict Video, Yesterday

    President Biden addressed the nation following the guilty verdict in the murder trial of the former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

  232. Derek Chauvin fue declarado culpable del asesinato de George Floyd en Español, Yesterday

    Chauvin, un exoficial de la policía de Mineápolis, fue declarado culpable de tres cargos. Fue juzgado durante tres semanas por la muerte de Floyd, un hecho que generó las mayores manifestaciones por los derechos civiles realizadas en décadas.

  233. Derek Chauvin Found Guilty of Murder Video, Yesterday

    The former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murder and manslaughter charges in the death of George Floyd, a Black man whose killing sparked nationwide protests.

  234. The judge revoked Derek Chauvin’s bail and said he would be sentenced in eight weeks. National, Yesterday

    Mr. Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer who has been free on bail since the fall, was led out of the courtroom in handcuffs.

  235. The judge revoked Derek Chauvin’s bail and said he would be sentenced in eight weeks. National, Yesterday

    Mr. Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer who has been free on bail since the fall, was led out of the courtroom in handcuffs.

  236. An Artist Who Is Always Heading for Home Culture, Yesterday

    Azikiwe Mohammed celebrates everyday heroes and small acts of care in his installations.

  237. Derek Chauvin was convicted of these three charges. Here’s how his sentencing could unfold. National, Yesterday

    How much prison time Mr. Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer found guilty of killing George Floyd, will have to serve will not be decided for another several weeks.

  238. Derek Chauvin was convicted of these three charges. Here’s how his sentencing could unfold. U.S., Yesterday

    How much prison time Mr. Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer found guilty of killing George Floyd, will have to serve will not be decided for another several weeks.

  239. Archaeologists Solve a Decades-Old Harriet Tubman Mystery Culture, Yesterday

    State and federal officials announced on Tuesday that they had located the site of the Maryland cabin where the Underground Railroad conductor lived as a young adult.

  240. Reaction to the Guilty Verdict in the Chauvin Trial Video, Yesterday

    Crowds in Minneapolis took to the streets in celebration chanting George Floyd’s name after the verdict was announced.

  241. Watch Live: George Floyd’s Family Reacts to Verdict Video, Yesterday

    The family of George Floyd hold a news conference after the jury announced the guilty verdict in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

  242. Watch Live: George Floyd’s Family Reacts to Verdict Video, Yesterday

    The family of George Floyd hold a news conference after the jury announced the guilty verdict in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

  243. Coal Is Set to Roar Back, and So Are Its Climate Risks Climate, Yesterday

    To slow down climate change, new coal projects need to end. A global forecast this week shows demand rising sharply.

  244. Derek Chauvin is found guilty of murdering George Floyd. U.S., Yesterday

    The jury convicted Mr. Chauvin of second- and third-degree murder, as well as manslaughter. He faces up to 40 years in prison but is likely to be sentenced to far less time, based on state guidelines.

  245. Derek Chauvin is found guilty of murdering George Floyd. National, Yesterday

    The jury convicted Mr. Chauvin of second- and third-degree murder, as well as manslaughter. He faces up to 40 years in prison but is likely to be sentenced to far less time, based on state guidelines.

  246. Chuck Geschke, Father of Desktop Publishing, Dies at 81 Obits, Yesterday

    If you sent a PDF on your computer today, thank him. In 1980, he and a colleague created a way of sending digital documents to a printer, starting a company, Adobe.

  247. Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today N Y T Now, Yesterday

    A look at the crisis in Brazil, where the daily death toll is now the highest in the world.

  248. ‘Spite’ Looks on the Bright Side of a Dark Feeling Books, Yesterday

    The psychologist Simon McCarthy-Jones writes about the different varieties of spite, and argues that the emotion “can be a force for good,” if deployed strategically.

  249. Netflix’s Dominance Starts to Slow as Rivals Gain Business, Yesterday

    The streaming service reported the addition of four million new customers for the first quarter, below the six million it had forecast.

  250. Fatten Up That Salad Podcasts, Yesterday

    Salad should not be an exercise in restraint. Here’s the science to prove it.

  251. The Gun Behind So Many Mass Shootings Podcasts, Yesterday

    In 2018, a gunman used a legally purchased AR-15 assault rifle to slaughter 17 people at a high school in Parkland, Fla. How did a weapon designed for warfare become easier to buy than a handgun?

  252. One Year After ‘Tiger King,’ Bill Aims to Protect Big Cats Express, Yesterday

    The Big Cat Public Safety Act has been introduced before, but a bipartisan group of lawmakers hopes the public outcry from the Netflix documentary series will finally help it become law.

  253. Out of the Barrel of a Gun Podcasts, Yesterday

    In Virginia, armed protests are creating a new kind of politics.

  254. Derek Chauvin faces three charges. Here’s how his sentencing could unfold. National, Yesterday

    How much prison time Mr. Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the killing of George Floyd, would have to serve if he is found guilty will not be decided until several weeks later.

  255. Derek Chauvin faces three charges. Here’s how his sentencing could unfold. National, Yesterday

    How much prison time Mr. Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the killing of George Floyd, would have to serve if he is found guilty will not be decided until several weeks later.

  256. Derek Chauvin faces three charges. Here’s how his sentencing could unfold. U.S., Yesterday

    How much prison time Mr. Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the killing of George Floyd, would have to serve if he is found guilty will not be decided until several weeks later.

  257. How India Allowed the Virus to Overwhelm It Op Ed, Yesterday

    Complacency and lack of preparation by the Indian government pushed the country into an unprecedented crisis.

  258. House Democrats squelch a Republican effort to censure Maxine Waters for saying protesters should get more ‘confrontational.’ Washington, Yesterday

    Democrats killed a measure by Representative Kevin McCarthy, the minority leader, condemning it as hypocritical.

  259. House Democrats squelch a G.O.P. effort to censure Maxine Waters for saying protesters should get more ‘confrontational.’ U.S., Yesterday

    Democrats killed a measure by Representative Kevin McCarthy, the minority leader, condemning it as hypocritical.

  260. Chancellor’s Race Presents Germans With a Challenge to Change Foreign, Yesterday

    The conservatives have been in power for the past 16 years, will the nation stick with them, or go Green?

  261. Super League Collapses as Premier League Teams Walk Away Sports, Yesterday

    The loss of England’s six biggest and richest teams was a death blow for a project that would have remade European soccer.

  262. Are American Values Ruining European Football? Op Ed, Yesterday

    Billionaire owners. Disloyalty. Hunger for profit. The plan for the European Super League was, in fact, made in America.

  263. Minnesota Attorney General and Prosecutors React to Verdict Video, Yesterday

    Keith Ellison, the attorney general of Minnesota, and other members of the prosecution team hold a news conference after the jury announced the guilty verdict in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

  264. Minnesota Attorney General and Prosecutors React to Verdict Video, Yesterday

    Keith Ellison, the attorney general of Minnesota, and other members of the prosecution team hold a news conference after the jury announced the guilty verdict in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

  265. Top U.S. general warns of challenges to tracking terror threats in Afghanistan without troops there. U.S., Yesterday

  266. The jury in the Derek Chauvin trial has reached a verdict. U.S., Yesterday

    If convicted of second-degree murder, the former Minneapolis police officer could face a 40-year sentence.

  267. The jury in the Derek Chauvin trial has reached a verdict. National, Yesterday

    If convicted of second-degree murder, the former Minneapolis police officer could face a 40-year sentence.

  268. The jury in the Derek Chauvin trial has reached a verdict. U.S., Yesterday

    If convicted of second-degree murder, the former Minneapolis police officer could face a 40-year sentence.

  269. The jury in the Derek Chauvin trial has reached a verdict. U.S., Yesterday

    If convicted of second-degree murder, the former Minneapolis police officer could face a 40-year sentence.

  270. Is Dubai Princess, Unseen in Public, Still Alive? Foreign, Yesterday

    A United Nations panel is demanding that Dubai produce “evidence of life” for Sheikha Latifa, two months after the princess said in dramatic video footage that she was being held prisoner.

  271. Transcript: Ezra Klein Interviews Judson Brewer Op Ed, Yesterday

    The April 20 episode of “The Ezra Klein Show.”

  272. Arrest of Colorado Woman With Dementia Prompts Investigation Express, Yesterday

    Karen Garner, 73, of Loveland, Colo., walked out of a Walmart without paying for $13.88 worth of items. Police officers broke a bone in her arm and dislocated her shoulder, a lawsuit says.

  273. Apple’s New Devices Target Markets Led by Smaller Rivals Business, Yesterday

    The company also said it planned to release iPhone software next week with a privacy feature that worries many digital-advertising companies.

  274. Quebec’s Ban on Public Religious Symbols Largely Upheld Foreign, Yesterday

    The ruling exempts English-speaking schools and effectively allows provincial legislators to wear turbans or head scarves, but it angered civil liberties advocates as discriminatory.

  275. Tiny Love Stories: ‘My First Spring Without Her’ Styles, Yesterday

    Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.

  276. In a Charged Environment, France Tackles Its Model of Secularism Foreign, Yesterday

    In an effort to fend off a challenge from the right, President Emmanuel Macron tries to frame a debate on two issues important to conservatives: the country’s “laïcité” model of secularism, and crime.

  277. Never Too Late Podcasts, Yesterday

    Do you have the courage to change your life? This guy did.

  278. What I Learned When I Reopened My Middle School Yearbook Op Ed, Yesterday

    There’s no right way to come of age, especially for a child of immigrants.

  279. Your Wednesday Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

    Guilty on all counts.

  280. H.A.G.S. (Have a Good Summer) Video, Yesterday

    I don’t know how I feel about adulthood, so I called my middle school friends.

  281. ‘As a Black man in America, none of this surprises me.’ A Minneapolis resident hopes for meaningful change. U.S., Yesterday

  282. Felix Silla, Cousin Itt on ‘The Addams Family’ Dies at 84 Obits, Yesterday

    He made a strong impression in his best-known role, even though his face wasn’t seen and his voice wasn’t heard.

  283. What Art Can Do Podcasts, Yesterday

    The role of the artist in the age of Trump, and the power of stories that are unshakably true.

  284. As the U.S. looks to expand solar power, China’s dominance in the supply chain raises concerns. U.S., Yesterday

  285. Bradley Whitford Finds Inspiration in the Theater (and Dog Park) Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    The star of “The Handmaid’s Tale” talks about the magic sauce of Yo-Yo Ma and Aretha Franklin, and is ready to do some Ken Burns voice-overs.

  286. Remembering Prince: 5 Years After His Death Podcasts, Yesterday

    In the wake of Prince’s death, Times culture critics discussed the rock star’s life and his music.

  287. ‘We Know How to Defend Our Interests’: Putin’s Emerging Hard Line Foreign, Yesterday

    With an air of moral superiority, the Russian president seems intent on teaching President Biden and other Western leaders a lesson.

  288. Black History, Continued: How Do We Learn to Dream National, Yesterday

    We explore the enduring power of dreams, and the people who dare to follow them, with Nikki Giovanni, Estelle, Peter Ramsey, N. K. Jemisin and more.

  289. National Guard troops are called to U.S. cities as the jury deliberates in the Chauvin trial. National, Yesterday

    With the memory of last summer’s protests still fresh, some states have already ordered troops to be on standby in anticipation of large protests if there is an acquittal.