24 Hours of NYT News
  1. McMaster to Resign as National Security Adviser, and Will Be Replaced by John Bolton Washington, Today

    General McMaster had struggled for months to impose order not only on a fractious national security team but on a president who resisted the sort of discipline customary in the military.

  2. Stocks Markets Tumble Amid Heightening Concerns Over Trade Business, Today

    Major indexes fell by more than 2 percent Thursday as investors began to take seriously the prospects of a trade war between the world’s two largest economies.

  3. Loyola-Chicago Holds Off Nevada for a Third Straight Upset Sports, Today

    The No. 11 Ramblers and Sister Jean continued their unlikely run with a narrow victory over the seventh-seeded Wolf Pack.

  4. Review: ‘Frozen’ Hits Broadway With a Little Magic and Some Icy Patches
    Theater, Today

    The neurotic stage musical adaptation of the animated blockbuster raises questions about how Disney transforms its biggest hits.

  5. John Bolton, an Undiplomatic Voice for American Might Washington, Today

    If President Trump wanted a national security adviser who would match his confrontational approach to the world, then Mr. Bolton fits the bill.

  6. In Austin, a Bomber’s Rampage Exposes Racial Fault Lines Long Buried National, Today

    The bombs planted by a 23-year-old white man have raised lingering questions about race, geography and class in one of Texas’ most liberal cities.

  7. Were the Austin Bombings Acts of Terrorism? Why Law Enforcement Says No National, Today

    A police chief’s comment about the suspected bomber ignited a debate about who should be considered a terrorist.

  8. Would You Want to Be Donald Trump’s Lawyer? Editorial, Today

    We didn’t think so.

  9. Spending Plan Moving Through Congress Is a Rebuke to Trump. Here’s Why. Washington, Today

    Even with Republicans in charge, the measure increases funding for many programs the president had sought to cut or kill, and in some cases bars him from pursuing his goals.

  10. Trump’s Trade Threats Put China’s Leader on the Spot Foreign, Today

    President Trump’s latest restrictions on Chinese goods and investments could shake China’s economy and strain the power structure Xi Jinping has created for himself.

  11. Trump‘s Half-Baked China Tariffs Editorial, Today

    He’s right to accuse it of stealing American technology, but has no idea how to fix the problem.

  12. De Blasio Donor Says He Steered Thousands in Bribes to Mayor’s Campaigns Metro, Today

    A Long Island restaurateur testified that Bill de Blasio not only knew of the illegal scheme; he said that the mayor encouraged it.

  13. Real, or Too Real? A Dazzling Show Goes the Way of All Flesh Weekend, Today

    Welcome to the dollhouse, sideshow, morgue, cabinet of wonders and art-thriller that is “Like Life” at the Met Breuer.

  14. Trump Hits China With Stiff Trade Measures Washington, Today

    President Trump said he will impose tariffs on about $60 billion worth of Chinese imports.

  15. Beyond Gun Control, Student Marchers Aim to Upend Elections Politics, Today

    With hundreds of March for Our Lives demonstrations planned for Saturday, high school students say this is a moment of political awakening for their generation.

  16. If You Love High TV Bills, This is the Merger for You Op Ed, Today

    An antitrust challenge to AT&T’s merger with Time Warner is the last chance to stop pay-television bills from getting any higher.

  17. Trump’s Lawyer Resigns as President Adopts Aggressive Approach in Russia Inquiry Washington, Today

    The lawyer, John Dowd, was said to have left over a disagreement with President Trump about whether Mr. Trump should agree to be interviewed by the special counsel.

  18. AT&T Would Use Time Warner as a ‘Weapon,’ Justice Dept. Says Business, Today

    In opening statements of government’s case to block the AT&T-Time Warner merger, the two sides offered starkly different visions of the TV industry.

  19. Cynthia Nixon and the Degradation of Experience Op Ed, Today

    In politics, too, training and knowledge matter. Hasn’t Trump taught us that?

  20. Sisters of Sister Jean Embrace Her Loyola Team and Marvel at Her Fame Sports, Today

    At the Iowa home of the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt is more than an overnight superstar at the N.C.A.A. tournament.

  21. How the Las Vegas Gunman Planned a Massacre, in 7 Days of Video Video, Today

    Using exclusive surveillance footage obtained from MGM Resorts, we pieced together the last days of Stephen Paddock, the Las Vegas gunman. He plays video poker, laughs with hotel staff and hauls bag after bag of weapons into his suite.

  22. Emboldened Turkey Pushes Deeper Into Syria, but Risks Abound Foreign, Today

    Turkey’s expanding campaign makes it one of the big players in the seven-year conflict, but that comes with all the hazards of embroilment in a foreign war.

  23. State Dept. Approves $670 Million Arms Deal With Saudi Arabia Washington, Today

    The proposed sale, which is bound to be questioned by Congress, came hours after Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met with Pentagon leaders to discuss the Saudi-led bombing campaign in Yemen.

  24. Was a Tiny Mummy in the Atacama an Alien? No, but the Real Story Is Almost as Strange Science, Today

    Known as “Ata,” the six-inch-long skeleton was discovered in Chile and may have had genetic mutations causing a bone disorder never before documented.

  25. House Passes $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill; Focus Shifts to Senate as Clock Ticks Washington, Today

    Government funding is set to expire at midnight Friday, and the Senate’s approval is still needed to avert what would be the third government shutdown of the year.

  26. New York-Area Airport Workers on Way to $19 Per Hour Metro, Today

    The Port Authority, which oversees Kennedy, La Guardia and Newark Airports, is expected to recommend that the agency raise the minimum wage by the fall of 2023.

  27. Speaking as a White Male … Op Ed, Today

    How much does identity shape opinion?

  28. Bumbling Into a Trade War Op Ed, Today

    What Trump doesn’t know can hurt us — and help China.

  29. How to Prevent Smart People From Spreading Dumb Ideas Op Ed, Today

    Think first before you retweet that bit of fake news.

  30. Citigroup Sets Restrictions on Gun Sales by Business Partners Business, Today

    The banking and financial services giant is the first on Wall Street to create gun control policies after the massacre in Parkland, Fla.

  31. In Austin Bombings, Investigators Sift Through Clues, Looking for the Why National, Today

    Investigators tried to determine what motivated Mark Conditt to go on a bombing spree that killed two and terrorized Austin for weeks.

  32. How Democracy Can Survive Big Data Op Ed, Today

    We can blame Facebook and Cambridge Analytica for the damage they’ve done, but the responsibility lies with all of us.

  33. Kevin’s Week in Tech: Zuckerberg’s Answers to Privacy Scandal Raise More Questions Business, Today

    Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook’s reliance on advertising aligned with its mission to build a community. But what if Facebook cost $5 per month to use?

  34. ‘I Take Responsibility,’ Carson Says of $31,000 Furniture Purchase Washington, Today

    Facing withering criticism from a Senate subcommittee, the secretary of housing and urban development followed the advice of his aides, who in recent days have urged him to apologize for the purchase.

  35. Strikes Disrupt France as Thousands Protest Macron Overhauls Foreign, Today

    Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets across the country as civil servants and railway workers angry with President Emmanuel Macron’s reforms went on strike.

  36. How the Left and the Right Reacted to John Bolton as National Security Adviser U.S., Today

    News that Mr. Bolton will become President Trump’s third national security adviser was met with immediate acclaim and criticism. We rounded some of it up for you.

  37. Michigan Blows Out Texas A&M (and Then Plays the Second Half) Sports, Today

    The third-seeded Wolverines had struggled offensively in the tournament, but scoring was not a problem in an easy win over the seventh-seeded Aggies.

  38. Responding to Trump, China Plans New Tariffs on U.S. Goods World, Today

    China proposed tariffs on $3 billion worth of American fruit, pork, wine and other goods, striking back just hours after President Trump’s announcement.

  39. Where to Get Down From Crosswords & Games, Today

    Erik Agard starts our solving weekend off right.

  40. With Bolton, Trump Creates a Historically Hard-Line Foreign Policy Team Washington, Today

    There is little in John R. Bolton’s past to indicate he has much time for the diplomatic process, where to get something the United States also gives something.

  41. Corrections: March 23, 2018 Corrections, Today

    Corrections appearing in print on March 23, 2018.

  42. Mattis Says Guantánamo Lawyers Were Fired Over Temperament, Not Legal Work U.S., Today

    The Pentagon’s abrupt ouster of the top two officials overseeing the Guantánamo military commissions system stemmed from management concerns, the defense secretary said.

  43. Video Shows Las Vegas Gunman Gambling, Eating Alone and Filling His Suite With Guns National, Today

    Surveillance footage obtained by The Times shows the mundane movements of Stephen Paddock, the Las Vegas gunman, in the chilling prelude to a massacre.

  44. ‘Sherlock Gnomes’ and the Search for Better Wordplay Culture, Today

    This caper, a sequel to “Gnomeo & Juliet,” has a limited universe and possibilities — imagine if “Toy Story” had basically one kind of toy.

  45. John Bolton, Fresh From Fox News, Joins the Trump Cast Business, Today

    Mr. Bolton, the next national security adviser, was a longtime commentator. He’s the latest TV personality to go from the small screen to the White House.

  46. Quotation of the Day: Trump Imposes Tariffs on $60 Billion Worth of Chinese Goods Summary, Today

    Quotation of the Day for Friday, March 23, 2018.

  47. How Stephon Clark Was Killed by Police in His Backyard Video, Today

    Stephon Clark, a 22-year-old unarmed man, was shot by the police in his backyard in Sacramento on March 18. Police body camera and helicopter footage shows details of what happened.

  48. If Media Giants Grow, So May Your Bills Video, Today

    The government doesn’t want you to pay too much to watch your shows. That’s why the Justice Department says it is challenging the proposed merger between AT&T and Time Warner.

  49. Where Protests Against Gun Violence Will Be on Saturday, in the U.S. and Around the World Interactive, Today

    Just over a month after the Parkland mass school shooting, organizers have planned hundreds of demonstrations calling for stricter gun laws.

  50. ‘Game Over, Man!’ Is Far From Pitch Perfect Arts & Leisure, Today

    Adam Devine portrays a hapless goofball in a film that follows the outrageous adventures of three hotel employees. If only the movie were likable.

  51. His Brother Was Shot in Chicago. He’s Marching With Students From Parkland. Video, Today

    Ke’Shon Newman’s brother was shot nine times on Chicago’s South Side, where gun violence is a daily threat. Now, Ke’Shon is heading to Washington to march with high school students from Parkland, Fla.

  52. New York G.O.P.’s Hopes Are Raised by Nixon. (Cynthia, That Is.) Metro, Today

    Republican leaders say that Cynthia Nixon’s challenge to Gov. Andrew Cuomo in the Democratic primary may leave the incumbent vulnerable in November.

  53. Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster to Leave the Trump White House Video, Today

    Lt. Gen. McMaster is the latest in a series of high-profile exits from President Trump’s administration. He will be replaced as national security adviser by John R. Bolton, a former ambassador to the United Nations.

  54. Dropbox Priced at $21 a Share in I.P.O., Valuing Company at $9.2 Billion Business, Today

    The offering could prompt other so-called unicorns to go public, letting investors and founders reap large gains that currently only exist on paper.

  55. Journalist Killed in Mexican State of Veracruz Foreign, Today

    Leobardo Vázquez, the third journalist to be killed in this year in Mexico, worked for a local website that covered crime and general news events.

  56. The ‘Great Pacific Garbage Patch’ Is Ballooning, 87,000 Tons of Plastic and Counting Climate, Today

    Floating between California and Hawaii, the trash zone is up to 16 times bigger than previously thought, a new study suggests, and is growing ‘exponentially.'

  57. Police ‘Testilying’ Remains a Problem. Here Is How the Criminal Justice System Could Reduce It. Metro, Today

    After investigating police lying, our reporter examines ways to curb the practice.

  58. The Elements of the Stylebook Insider, Today

    What is The New York Times Manual of Style and Usage? There’s more to the paper’s reference guide — established in 1895! — than you might think.

  59. Digging Out From a Snowy Spring Day Metro, Today

    The fourth nor’easter this month dumped 20 inches of snow on parts of Long Island, but was less than advertised for most of the New York region.

  60. What Makes Some Hair Curly? Not Quite What Scientists Thought Science, Today

    After testing two theories about what makes sheep’s wool kinky, researchers found flaws in existing ideas about how different types of cells contribute to curliness in hair.

  61. Beg, Borrow or Steal: How Trump Says China Takes Technology Business, Today

    The justification for Washington’s tariffs on $60 billion in Chinese imports shows the rise of intellectual property as a major trade issue.

  62. Nature With Chirps, but No Tweets Weekend, Today

    Rachel Lee Hovnanian’s immersion room replicates a quiet forest. Can it cure New Yorkers’ nature-deficit disorder?

  63. A Low-Profile Engineer Is Set to Take Power in Peru Foreign, Today

    Martín Vizcarra would succeed Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, who submitted his resignation amid a corruption scandal.

  64. What It’s Like to Be Black in Austin Op Ed, Today

    Years before the bomb attacks, I felt fear and isolation even in this progressive haven.

  65. Pennsylvania College Athlete in Bermuda Died From Fall, Officials Say National, Today

    Mark Dombroski, 19, was found in a Bermuda dry moat on Monday. The police said there was no evidence of foul play, but it is not yet known what caused him to fall.

  66. Tillerson Says Goodbye to ‘a Very Mean-Spirited Town’ Washington, Today

    In a farewell speech, Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson urged respect and civility in a time and town where he was fired by a presidential Twitter post.

  67. Robert S. Rubin, Banker Who Defended Brooklyn Museum, Dies at 86 Obits, Today

    As chairman of the Brooklyn Museum, he refused to capitulate when Mayor Giuliani tried to censor an exhibit he considered scandalous.

  68. With a MetroCard and Needles, a Vet Makes House Calls Metropolitan, Today

    Dr. Jeff Levy, a veterinary acupuncturist, rides the subway to make house calls, and to write lyrics for his pet-themed rock band.

  69. The Actor Incorporates Metropolitan, Today

    Anticipating the new tax law — which gets rid of deductible expenses — actors are looking into becoming corporations.

  70. Tapping Apples Metro, Today

    Sounds from a trip to the supermarket.

  71. Abélard and Héloïse, and Latter-Day Couples Metropolitan, Today

    In James Carroll’s “The Cloister,” a ’50s Manhattan priest meets a Jewish woman. In Ben Dolnick’s “The Ghost Notebooks,” a pair from Astoria move to a spooky upstate mansion.

  72. Unbecoming a Trump Styles, Today

    After a dozen years, Vanessa Haydon Trump says she is leaving the first family.

  73. Facebook, John Dowd, Syria: Your Thursday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, Today

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

  74. Anatomy of a Scene | ‘Pacific Rim Uprising’ Video, Today

    The director Steven S. DeKnight narrates a sequence from his film.

  75. How Should I Rewatch ‘Roseanne’? Interactive, Today

    Before watching the reboot, revisit some of the family sitcom’s smartest, funniest and most poignant episodes.

  76. 23 Art Exhibitions to View in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Today

    Our guide to new art shows, and some that will be closing soon.

  77. 6 Classical Music Concerts to See in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Today

    Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  78. 7 Things to Do With Your Kids in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Today

    Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  79. 14 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Today

    Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  80. 8 Dance Performances to See in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Today

    Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  81. 5 Film Series to Catch in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Today

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  82. 6 Comedy Shows to Catch in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Today

    Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  83. 17 Plays and Musicals to Go to in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Today

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  84. Hazel Smith, 83, Matriarch of Country Music, Is Dead Obits, Today

    A freewheeling songwriter, journalist, confidante and more, she was credited with coining the phrase “outlaw country” to describe a raw new sound.

  85. Thinking About Having a ‘Green’ Funeral? Here’s What to Know Smarter Living, Today

    A typical American funeral usually involves a few hallmarks we’ve come to expect. But how necessary are those embellishments?

  86. How Should I Rewatch ‘Roseanne’? Watching, Today

    Before the reboot arrives, revisit some of the family sitcom’s smartest, funniest and most poignant episodes.

  87. House Republicans Say G.O.P. Establishment Opened Way for Russian Influence Washington, Today

    House Republicans, over Democrats’ objections, voted Thursday to release a report concluding there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

  88. Now Prohibited in Ukraine’s Parliamentary Chamber: Weapons Foreign, Today

    Parliament began enforcing a law prohibiting lawmakers from carrying guns or explosives, after a member arrived this month with hand grenades.

  89. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rose Last Year. Here Are the Top 5 Reasons. Climate, Today

    The world needs to reduce emissions to avoid drastic global warming. For now, a new study shows, we’re moving in the opposite direction.

  90. Timbaland, the ’90s Hip-Hop Producer, Hunts for Old-School Tees Styles, Today

    The producer behind R&B stars including Aaliyah and Ginuwine pays a visit to Procell, the Lower East Side boutique devoted to 1990s style.

  91. How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend? Watching, Today

    The Muppet Babies are back and so is “Call the Midwife.” And if you’re sick of living on earth, a new documentary has some interesting ideas.

  92. Instagram Is Changing Its Algorithm. Here’s How. Business, Today

    The changes appear to address some common gripes, like how some posts can keep appearing on your feed seemingly for days.

  93. Omega-6s in Nuts, Seeds and Vegetable Oils May Aid the Heart Well, Today

    Men who had the highest omega-6 levels tended to have fewer deaths from heart disease and other causes.

  94. Andrew Lloyd Webber, Hotheaded Perfectionist Book Review, Today

    In his new memoir, “Unmasked,” the man behind “Phantom” and “Cats” recalls his fractious relationship with Tim Rice.

  95. A Fourth Woman Files a Defamation Suit Against Bill O’Reilly Business, Today

    Laurie Dhue, a former Fox News anchor, made claims similar to those in a suit by three other women, claiming that Mr. O’Reilly portrayed her as a liar.

  96. Facebook’s Apology, and Next Steps Letters, Today

    Readers discuss how Cambridge Analytica provided information to the Trump campaign.

  97. Giants Trade Jason Pierre-Paul to Tampa Bay Sports, Today

    The linebacker, once a crown jewel on the team, also was the center of a bizarre episode over an injured finger and played indifferently last season.

  98. Dan Hurley Is Hired as UConn Men’s Coach Sports, Today

    Hurley, the former coach at Rhode Island and Wagner, will replace Kevin Ollie and attempt to make the Huskies relevant again in college basketball.

  99. City Council’s Latest Power Play: Giving Itself More Money Metro, Today

    Speaker Corey Johnson increased the Council’s budget by $17 million as he looks to make the legislative body a counterweight to Mayor Bill de Blasio.

  100. Charles P. Lazarus, Toys ‘R’ Us Founder, Dies at 94 Obits, Today

    Mr. Lazarus parlayed a single store in Washington, D.C., into the world’s leading toy chain, but the company liquidated last week, burdened by debt.

  101. Charles P. Lazarus, Toys ‘R’ Us Founder, Dies at 94 Obits, Today

    Mr. Lazarus parlayed a single store in Washington, D.C., into the world’s leading toy chain, but the company liquidated last week, burdened by debt.

  102. Student Walkouts, March Madness and Risk-Enhanced Playgrounds: Our Favorite Student Comments of the Week Learning, Today

    The best teenage comments from last week’s writing prompts, and an invitation to join the conversation this week.

  103. Divine Decadence Revisited in ‘Grand Hotel’ Weekend, Today

    This sumptuous if uninvolving Encores! production invites you to wallow with the beautiful and damned in old Berlin.

  104. In South Korea, Another Former President Lands in Jail Foreign, Today

    South Korea arrests former President Lee Myung-bak on corruption charges, the second former leader jailed in the country within a year.

  105. Shkreli vs. Holmes: 2 Frauds, 2 Divergent Outcomes. Were They Fair? Business, Today

    Mr. Shkreli, who was convicted of fraud for actions around hedge funds he ran, is going to prison. So far, Ms. Holmes, who peddled falsehoods about her blood-testing business, is not.

  106. Lessons in the Humble Art of Broom-Making T Style, Today

    There are some traditions that are universal. Here, we highlight a single craft — and how it’s being adapted, rethought and remade for the 21st century.

  107. Inside Broadway’s Secret Laboratory: ‘Hamilton,’ ‘Frozen,’ and So Much More Interactive, Today

    Behind the scenes at the New 42nd Street Studios, the building where Broadway rehearses. Featuring “Margaritaville,” “Pretty Woman,” child stars and cronuts.

  108. Vibrant, Embellished Sandals for Spring T Style, Today

    The laid-back staple makes a statement when bejeweled, tasseled or splashed in Pop Art color.

  109. Inside Broadway’s Secret Laboratory: ‘Hamilton,’ ‘Frozen,’ and So Much More Video, Today

    A day in the life of the New 42nd Street Studios, the building where Broadway rehearses. Featuring “Margaritaville,” “Pretty Woman,” child stars and cronuts.

  110. Slovaks Meet the New Bosses. They’re Not Much Different From the Old Bosses. Foreign, Today

    Protesters successfully pressured the prime minister and others to resign, but no elections were called and the ruling party remains in control.

  111. Netflix Adds a Warning Video to ‘13 Reasons Why’ Culture, Today

    After facing criticism for how the show’s first season depicted suicide, Netflix commissioned a study that has led the network to offer viewers more resources.

  112. Tariffs, Facebook, Joe Biden: Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, Today

    Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

  113. Will Canada Elect a Tin-Pot Northern Trump? Op Ed, Today

    Doug Ford’s rise to power in Ontario signals the Conservative brand is now principally a marker of contempt for political order itself.

  114. Donald Calls Vladimir: The Transcript Op Ed, Today

    Tips for how to undermine democracy.

  115. Patriotic Youth Army Takes Russian Kids Back to the Future Foreign, Today

    The Youth Army, a recent Kremlin creation, is designed to imprint nationalist fervor, but critics doubt Russia needs a militaristic league for the young.

  116. U.S. Exempts Some Allies From Tariffs, but May Opt for Quotas Business, Today

    In a shift in strategy, the White House may impose import quotas to prevent too much foreign metal from flooding into the United States.

  117. California Today: Schwarzenegger’s Republican Manifesto National, Today

    Thursday: The former governor’s plea to Republicans, Mark Zuckerberg’s reckoning, “Greyhound therapy,” and, finally, reactions to Facebookland.

  118. Why He Kayaked Across the Atlantic at 70 (for the Third Time) Interactive, Today

    For Aleksander Doba, pitting himself against the wide-open sea — storms, sunstroke, monotony, hunger and loneliness — is a way to feel alive in old age.

  119. Helicopter Crash on Great Barrier Reef Kills 2 American Tourists Foreign, Today

    Two Hawaii residents were killed after their helicopter crashed near a remote coral-viewing pontoon.

  120. Get to Know Your Overqualified Uber or Ola Driver Foreign, Today

    This week’s newsletter asks: Where is integration working in Australia, where is it failing? What do you see in your daily life that signals where the country’s multicultural effort is heading?

  121. America Passed Gun Control in 1968. Can It Happen Again? Op Ed, Today

    The King and Kennedy assassinations spurred passage of the Gun Control Act.

  122. Austin Bombing Victims Included a Father and a 17-Year-Old Musician National, Today

    A finance professional and a teenage bass player were killed in a series of bombings that left five others injured and Texas’ capital on edge.

  123. Women and College Graduates Flock to the Democratic Party, Study Finds Express, Today

    Registered voters in both groups have increasingly identified with or leaned toward the Democratic Party, revealing a deepening partisan divide.

  124. The President’s Accusers Letters, Today

    A reader discusses the women “credibly accusing a president of the United States of sexual predation,” including one whom he knows.

  125. On School Leadership Letters, Today

    New York City Outward Bound Schools responds to a column by David Brooks.

  126. Tours of Nazi Camps Letters, Today

    A reader notes their importance in educating today’s young people.

  127. In ‘Unsane,’ It’s Not Paranoia if Someone’s After You Weekend, Today

    In his latest, Steven Soderbergh toys with genre and showcases a great, game Ms. Foy in a thriller about a woman trapped in a psychiatric hospital.

  128. Does Nancy Pelosi Deserve to Keep her Job? Op Ed, Today

    Also: Don’t delete Facebook. Regulate it.

  129. Russian News Outlets Boycott Parliament After Harassment Decision Foreign, Today

    The actions came after an ethics panel exonerated a lawmaker in the State Duma who was accused of harassment by several female journalists.

  130. Submit Your Best Mother’s Day Gift Ideas Interactive, Today

    We’re curating a guide to the best Mother’s Day gifts. Tell us about the best one you ever received or gave, and we’ll publish some in our guide.

  131. Sammy Williams, Tony Winner in ‘A Chorus Line,’ Dies at 69 Obits, Today

    As a tormented young gay man aspiring to be a Broadway dancer, he delivered a wrenching monologue. But his career soon took a downturn.

  132. A Family Table in Sunset Park Slideshow, Today

    Jenny Jiae Lee missed her mother’s cooking so much, she asked her parents to move to New York to open Ejen, a Korean food stand in the Industry City food hall. They said yes.

  133. At Ejen in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, a Mother’s Touch Infuses the Menu Dining, Today

    Sue and Don Lee had never worked in a restaurant, but, when their daughter asked them to move across the country and open a Korean food stand, they said yes.

  134. Post-Brexit U.K. Is Getting New Passports, Probably From France Foreign, Today

    The British manufacturer of the current burgundy version said that the new design, in a traditional dark blue, would be made by a continental rival.

  135. Emmanuel Macron Becomes France’s Answer to Strongman Populism Foreign, Today

    With the National Assembly firmly in his pocket, France’s president has had almost unchecked authority to carry out his agenda.

  136. 10 New Books We Recommend This Week Book Review, Today

    Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

  137. A Cozy Jazz Club, if You Can Find It Metropolitan, Today

    Tomi Jazz might have a private club feel, but it’s open to the public, offering live music and serving izakaya food and Japanese whisky.

  138. Sacramento Police Release Video of Unarmed Man’s Fatal Shooting National, Today

    Stephon Clark was shot dead by officers searching for a man who had been breaking windows. They said they thought he was armed, but no weapon was found.

  139. Anna Sperber’s Mysteries Remain Intact Weekend, Today

    In “Wealth From the Salt Seas,” the choreographer-performer and the musician Gelsey Bell create a series of strange, remote sequences.

  140. Julie Yip-Williams, Writer of Candid Blog on Cancer, Dies at 42 Obits, Today

    More than chronicling her colon cancer, she wrote about hope, love and family and recalled being born blind in Vietnam and her family’s escape in a boat.

  141. Julie Yip-Williams, Writer of Candid Blog on Cancer, Dies at 42 Obits, Today

    More than chronicling her colon cancer, she wrote about hope, love and family and recalled being born blind in Vietnam and her family’s escape in a boat.

  142. ‘This Is How Much of the World Eats’: Readers React to Food Sharing at Restaurants Styles, Today

    A trend piece on the tyranny of small plates spurred conversations about portion size, hygiene, nutrition and social mores.

  143. Justice, Not Parole Letters, Today

    James P. O’Neill, New York City’s police commissioner, takes issue with an editorial.

  144. The Roadblock to a Healthy Relationship With Food Styles, Today

    A reader in recovery for an eating disorder wonders how to deal with an in-law’s triggering symptoms.

  145. 11 Great Titles Expiring From Netflix in April Watching, Today

    Every month, as various licenses expire, streaming services lose movies and TV series from their catalogs. Catch these before they leave Netflix.

  146. Bill Cosby Wants to Replace Judge in His New Assault Trial Weekend, Today

    Mr. Cosby, nearing a retrial on sexual assault charges, says the judge must recuse himself because his wife is an advocate for assault victims. Legal experts disagree.

  147. South Sudan Halts Spread of Crippling Guinea Worms Science, Today

    It has been 15 months — longer than the worm’s life cycle — since the last case of infection, which means the parasite is nearing eradication in the country.

  148. New York City’s Population Hits a Record 8.6 Million Metro, Today

    The record comes after seven years of average annual gains not seen since in the city since the first half of the 20th century.

  149. Teaching With: ‘Who Speaks Wukchumni?’ Learning, Today

    What can one woman do to save her culture’s language?

  150. It’s Spring! (No, It Isn’t.) Yes, It Is! Metropolitan, Today

    Five photographers set out to document spring’s arrival. The weather did not cooperate. But that just made the images better.

  151. How One Houston Suburb Ended Up in a Reservoir Interactive, Today

    Most residents whose homes flooded during Hurricane Harvey had no clue that their gated community was built in an area prone to such damage in extreme storms.

  152. The Ruthless Phronima, and Other Hidden Wonders of the Sea Weekend, Today

    At the American Museum of Natural History, “Unseen Oceans” shines a light on the animals that call the ocean home and the humans who study them.

  153. How Not to Get Sick on a Plane? Choose Your Seat Wisely Well, Today

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  154. Does Having a Day Job Mean Making Better Art? T Style, Today

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  155. YouTube to Ban Videos Promoting Gun Sales Business, Today

    The video streaming company said that it would ban videos promoting the sale or manufacture of firearms and their accessories.

  156. Everyday Wines: The Most Important Bottles You Will Drink Dining, Today

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  157. Smashing Pumpkins Say They’re Happy Now. Can They Keep It Together? Arts & Leisure, Today

    The dysfunctional ’90s band is reuniting for a tour and new music. In his first interview about the reboot, Billy Corgan addresses his reputation head-on.

  158. ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace’: Tom Rob Smith on Making Meaning From Pain Culture, Today

    The writer behind second season of “American Crime Story” talked about his work on this challenging and disturbing series.

  159. An Artist’s Spiritual Ephemera, Illustrated T Style, Today

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  160. Speakers Might Be the Next Thing in Your Car to Go the Way of the 8-Track Business, Today

    A system that would turn the rear window into a subwoofer and A-pillars into tweeters could be the next wave in audio technology.

  161. Small Dealerships Struggle to Survive in the Age of the Mega-Gallery Culture, Today

    Their existence is coming under increasing pressure from art fairs, the internet and changes in how the rich spend their money.

  162. Where Are All the Big Dogs? Real Estate, Today

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  163. Patient Voices: Spinal Cord Injury Interactive, Today

    Physical limitations, intense rehabilitation and an entirely new way of life: three men and women talk about their lives after a spinal cord injury.

  164. Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn Real Estate, Today

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  165. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, Today

    This week’s properties are in Chelsea, Midtown and Park Slope, Brooklyn.

  166. Homes for Sale in New York and Connecticut Real Estate, Today

    This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Bronxville, N.Y., and a three-bedroom in Fairfield, Conn.

  167. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, Today

    This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Bronxville, N.Y., and a three-bedroom in Fairfield, Conn.

  168. Chatting Up the Google Assistant Business, Today

    Virtual assistants already have some ability to hold conversations with people, but the technology will get even more talkative.

  169. Wreck of the Juneau Is Found, 76 Years After 5 Brothers Perished Foreign, Today

    The ship was torn apart by Japanese torpedoes during World War II. Hundreds of sailors died, including the five Sullivan brothers of Waterloo, Iowa.

  170. Trump Threatens Joe Biden, Saying He ‘Would Go Down Fast and Hard’ if They Fought Washington, Today

    Mr. Trump said Mr. Biden “would go down fast and hard” if the two men fought. Mr. Biden had said that, if he was in high school, he would “beat the hell” out of Mr. Trump for disrespecting women.

  171. What’s Next for Stocks After the China Tariffs: DealBook Briefing Business, Today

    Till now investors might have thought they could take Mr. Trump’s trade pronouncements in stride. But after Thursday’s selloff, will their optimism return?

  172. Reader Idea | Promoting Literacy With Journalism Education and The New York Times Learning, Today

    Elementary school students practice reading the news — and then research, interview, take notes, write and publish their own news stories.

  173. ‘Final Portrait’ Watches Giacometti’s Paint Dry Weekend, Today

    The writer James Lord (Armie Hammer) poses for the artist (Geoffrey Rush) in what is essentially a 90-minute conversation.

  174. Seeking Justice After a Rape in ‘Beauty and the Dogs’ Weekend, Today

    In this film inspired by a true story, the director Kaouther Ben Hania leans hard on official corruption and a bureaucracy dominated by male power.

  175. ‘The Workshop’ Plunges Into a Class Divided Weekend, Today

    This new film from the French director Laurent Cantet follows a diverse group of students enrolled in a summer writing class taught by a famous novelist.

  176. ‘Summer in the Forest’ Captivates With Questions of Humanity Weekend, Today

    The documentary looks at Jean Vanier, the found of L’Arche, a community for those with developmental disabilities.

  177. ‘Back to Burgundy,’ a Lightheaded Ode to Winemaking Weekend, Today

    In this film from Cédric Klapisch, the prodigal son of a winemaking family returns home.

  178. In ‘What We Started,’ the Back Story Behind the Backbeat Weekend, Today

    In this documentary, the demigods of electronic dance music gush about the genre’s milestones.

  179. ‘A Bag of Marbles,’ a Tale of Brothers Fleeing From Nazis Weekend, Today

    The film follows two brothers as they escape Nazi-occupied Paris to Vichy France, where they are forced to go on the run once more.

  180. Slaying Monsters (and Avoiding Grief) in ‘I Kill Giants’ Weekend, Today

    This magical movie marries adult themes and childlike wonder as a troubled girl embarks on a fantastical quest.

  181. Wife Returns in ‘Ismael’s Ghosts.’ Confusion Ensues. Weekend, Today

    In Arnaud Desplechin’s remarkable sprawl of a film, a wife comes back after a 20-year disappearance, adding to an already convoluted situation.

  182. ‘Roxanne Roxanne’ Is a Slice of Old-School Hip-Hop Life Weekend, Today

    This film about Roxanne Shante has an intimate indie vibe nicely suited to its subject: rap stardom in the days before hip-hop culture went global.

  183. At Mars, Jeff Bezos Hosted Roboticists, Astronauts, Other Brainiacs and Me Business, Today

    At the exclusive three-day conference run by Amazon in the California desert, the merely brilliant rub shoulders with the geniuses.

  184. Chris Evans, a.k.a. Captain America, Comes Back Down to Earth Arts & Leisure, Today

    Why the linchpin of Marvel’s “Avengers” movies — and walking image of American fortitude — is giving it all up to play a villain on Broadway (and learn to tap dance).

  185. What Border Agents Say They Want (It’s Not a Wall) Washington, Today

    A report released by Democrats on the Senate Homeland Security Committee found that agents more often cited needs for technology and personnel to secure the border with Mexico.

  186. Trump Says Getting Tough on Chinese Trade Will Empower U.S. He Risks the Opposite. Business, Today

    By alienating allies, the United States could undermine the potential for collective action among countries nursing shared grievances with China.

  187. The Bomber Is Dead, but Fear of Racist Attacks Lives On Op Ed, Today

    East Austin residents say their progressive city has a blind spot when it comes to race.

  188. Should Democrats Embrace the Center or Abandon It? Op Ed, Today

    In the Trump era, an age-old argument takes on a new twist.

  189. After Months of Acrimony, Baghdad Strikes Deal With Kurds Foreign, Today

    Since Iraq’s Kurds voted for independence last fall, relations with Baghdad have been strained. A new agreement signals warmer ties.

  190. A Day in the Life of Sister Jean, Media Darling Sports, Today

    A 98-year-old nun has become the biggest star of the N.C.A.A. men’s basketball tournament. And she is loving every minute of it.

  191. Listen to ‘The Daily’: Can Facebook Be Fixed? Podcasts, Today

    Five days after details about Cambridge Analytica’s data mining were made public, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, spoke with The New York Times.

  192. Sometimes the Little Old Watchmaker Has Circuitry Special Sections, Today

    Many high-end brands are hesitant to talk about automation. But others, like Christophe Claret and Officine Panerai, are proud of their robots.

  193. ‘Trust’ Is Flashy but Ephemeral Weekend, Today

    The historical true-crime series, beginning Sunday on FX, is the second pop culture take on the Getty kidnapping in less than a year.

  194. Vietnam Wasn’t Just an American War Op Ed, Today

    In American novels and films about the Vietnam War, the Vietnamese remain minor characters.

  195. Well Illustrated: Visions at the End of Life Well, Today

    On the palliative care floor of MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, drawing the things patients have no words for.

  196. Are Millions Missing? Some Relatives Want to Know. Others Don’t. Special Sections, Today

    An Arkansas family is locked in a bitter dispute over whether millions of dollars are missing from the mother’s estate.

  197. Trust Betrayed: Wives of White-Collar Criminals Tell Their Stories Special Sections, Today

    Although wives of white-collar criminals are not always the most sympathetic of characters, their lives are usually left in ruin.

  198. When Your Parents Remarry, Everyone Is Happy, Right? Special Sections, Today

    As people live longer, remarriage is on the rise, and sometimes that can unnerve offspring who fear losing their inheritances to a stepparent.

  199. When It Comes to Donating Money, Whom Do You Trust? Special Sections, Today

    To help ensure their philanthropy is being used effectively, many donors rely on professional philanthropic advisers for help and support.

  200. For Panda Express Owners, It’s About Family Special Sections, Today

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  201. The 3.11.18 Issue Magazine, Today

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  202. Five Tips for a Luxury Paris Getaway on a Budget Travel, Today

    The City of Lights is known as a pricey place to vacation, but with these tips you can stretch your dollars and still enjoy the finer things Paris has to offer.

  203. Here’s How to Maintain Peace Among Your Heirs Special Sections, Today

    While legal documents are essential to the fair distribution of your estate, don’t count on those inheriting money to work out the details themselves.

  204. To Find the Right Financial Adviser, ‘Do a Beauty Contest’ Special Sections, Today

    Pick two companies, then divide up the money, hire both, and compare results. Then we’d know whom we could trust based on facts, not just feelings.

  205. You’ve Got Lots of Company Stock. Now What? Special Sections, Today

    Earning substantial income in stock can amount to a windfall. But without careful management, there can be costly pitfalls.

  206. Building Trust at Financial Firms With CPR and First Aid Special Sections, Today

    The programs are meant to connect employees at different levels and alleviate the barriers that arise between people in different departments.

  207. Life After Your Death? Here’s Why You Should Have a Trust Special Sections, Today

    With the increase of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, estate planners say trusts have become more important.

  208. Do Financial Advisers Have to Act in Your Interest? Maybe Special Sections, Today

    The so-called fiduciary rule devised by the Obama administration is under sharp attack and may never be fully implemented.

  209. Facebook, Texas, China: Your Thursday Briefing N Y T Now, Today

    Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

  210. New York Today: Commuting After the Snowstorm Metro, Today

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  211. Becoming a First-Time Buyer in Brooklyn Real Estate, Today

    Getting outbid twice was enough to convince this buyer to bid aggressively on the studio she wound up buying.

  212. Our 10 Most Remarkable Voyages to Far-Flung Destinations Magazine, Today

    A collection of some of our best and most visual stories of journeys from the last few years.

  213. Wes Anderson’s Bleakly Beautiful ‘Isle of Dogs’ Weekend, Today

    Set in a fantasy Japan, Mr. Anderson’s new movie tells a heroic story of abandoned dogs, voiced by Bill Murray, Liev Schreiber and others.

  214. Behind the Cover: 3.25.18 Magazine, Today

    For this issue, a septuagenarian who still throws himself at the natural world.

  215. 36 Hours in Memphis Travel, Today

    A new bike share program, museums, music and, yes, barbecue await visitors. Of special interest this spring: the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

  216. What Makes Someone a Great Leader? Learning, Today

    Do you think men and women can be equally effective leaders? Why or why not?

  217. Double, Double: Two Troublesome Takes on ‘Macbeth’ Culture, Today

    Why is “the Scottish play” so hard to get right? Two productions in Britain show why Shakespeare’s shortest tragedy is also his trickiest.

  218. Trevor Noah Attacks Facebook and Urges Users to ‘Be Vigilant’ Culture, Today

    Noah said Facebook needed “to be held accountable” for a data leak that compromised millions of users’ personal information.

  219. What to Pack for 36 Hours in Memphis Travel, Today

    History, music, barbecue and beautiful public spaces await you in Memphis, Tenn. Before you go, pack these necessities to make the most of your stay.

  220. K.D. Lang Doesn’t Have to Indulge Your Constant Cravings Styles, Today

    Twenty-five years ago the idea that an openly gay and very butch woman could become a pop idol was seismic. Now she can just make her music.

  221. Tragically Lost in Joshua Tree’s Wild Interior Interactive, Today

    What may seem like a benign park only two hours from L.A. became the landscape for a high-endurance detective operation to find a missing hiker.

  222. Nathalie Cabrol Searches the Earth for the Secrets of Life on Mars Interactive, Today

    In some of the world’s most extreme and dangerous environments she hunts for organisms that live in conditions like those on the red planet.

  223. On the Road With the World’s Greatest Hitchhiker Interactive, Today

    People generally believe hitching takes no particular know-how, but it takes a tremendous amount of skill to travel quickly, safely and in the right direction like Juan Villarino.

  224. Moments Big and Small in Vintage Photos Photo, Today

    The Anonymous Project features an archive of vintage slides from all over the world.

  225. Teaching Activities for: ‘David Reich Unearths Human History Etched in Bone’ Learning, Today

    How is new research changing the science of human evolution?

  226. A Scary Time Learning, Today

    What do you think this illustration is saying about people’s needs during a scary time in life?

  227. ‘A Man and His Watch’ Special Sections, Today

    In a recent book, Sylvester Stallone, Ralph Lauren and a Japanese dye master are among the owners talking about their treasured timepieces.

  228. Word + Quiz: malevolent Learning, Today

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  229. What’s on TV Thursday: ‘Station 19’ and ‘Portlandia’ Culture, Today

    A spinoff of “Grey’s Anatomy” focuses on firefighters. And “Portlandia” comes to a close.

  230. Quotation of the Day: Sister Jean’s Long Day: Don’t Try This at Home Summary, Today

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  231. Russia, Facebook, Trains: Your Thursday Briefing N Y T Now, Today

    Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

  232. ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace’ Finale Recap: A Perfect Boy Culture, Yesterday

    The finale chronicles the last and desperate days of the serial killer Andrew Cunanan as he hides out during a nationwide manhunt, a celebrity at last.

  233. McKee Family Depositions Interactive, Yesterday

    The siblings in the McKee family have been deposed multiple times in court over the estate of their parents.