24 Hours of NYT News


  1. Your Five Senses The Learning Network, Today

    Which of your five senses — sight, hearing, taste, touch or smell — would you say is your most developed? Which is your least developed?

  2. Word + Quiz: supposititious The Learning Network, Today

    This word has appeared in three New York Times articles in the past 42 years.

  3. In AMC’s Western ‘The Son,’ the Novelist Philipp Meyer Lassoes TV Arts, Yesterday

    The show is the first big project from El Jefe, a production company that Mr. Meyer founded with the writers Brian McGreevy and Lee Shipman.

  4. What’s on TV Thursday: ‘The Amazing Race’ and Some Beachy Diversions Arts, Today

    “The Amazing Race” throws caution to the wind in its new season. And dream of sunnier climes with some beachy diversions.

  5. Foreign Correspondents as They Live and Breathe Times Insider, Today

    When the conversation turns to air quality, reporters check their apps.

  6. Corrections: March 30, 2017 Corrections, Today

    Corrections appearing in print on Thursday, March 30, 2017.

  7. Park Geun-hye Appears in South Korean Court, Facing Possible Arrest World, Today

    Park Geun-hye attended a court hearing on Thursday that will decide whether she should be arrested on criminal charges, including bribery and extortion.

  8. Warriors Erase 22-Point Deficit to Beat Spurs and Build Lead in West Sports, Today

    Stephen Curry had 29 points as Golden State earned its first win over San Antonio this season.

  9. Fleeing Boko Haram, Thousands Cling to a Road to Nowhere Interactive, Today

    Times journalists spent weeks documenting the stories of people living along a desert highway in Niger, interviewing more than 100 residents scattered by Boko Haram.

  10. ‘Brexit,’ Samsung, Turkey: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, Today

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

  11. Beginning ‘Brexit’ and Bracing for Impact Business Day, Today

    Months after the vote to leave the European Union, Britain is beginning the process, and the economic consequences are likely to be significant.

  12. The Road to Nowhere Video, Today

    People seeking safety from Boko Haram — many of them women and children — are living along a highway in Niger, struggling to survive.

  13. An Unassuming Tokyo Enclave Is Having Its Moment Travel, Today

    Tomigaya, with its low-rise silhouette, is chockablock with matcha-meets-macaron cafes, Instagram-ready shops and unmistakably Japanese gastro pubs.

  14. With Hair Bows and Chores, YouTube Youth Take On Mean Girls Fashion & Style, Today

    Newly signed to Nickelodeon, JoJo Siwa is leading an international online movement of kind behavior and demure dress. But not everyone approves.

  15. Hawaii Judge Extends Order Blocking Trump’s Travel Ban U.S., Yesterday

    The judge, Derrick Watson of Federal District Court, issued the longer-lasting hold on the ban just hours after hearing arguments.

  16. Venus Williams Beats No. 1 Angelique Kerber at Miami Open Sports, Yesterday

    Williams, the 11th seed, beat Kerber, 7-5, 6-3, to reach the semifinals of the tournament for the first time in seven years.

  17. ‘Legion,’ Season 1 Finale: The Dork Side of the Moon Arts, Yesterday

    Despite all the surreal, spacey visuals and structure, what this episode really needed — and the season in general — was a little more care.

  18. North Carolina Strikes a Deal to Repeal Restrictive Bathroom Law U.S., Yesterday

    The law had elicited an outcry from liberals and businesses that said it allowed discrimination against transgender individuals.

  19. E.P.A. Chief, Rejecting Agency’s Science, Chooses Not to Ban Insecticide U.S., Yesterday

    E.P.A. scientists had concluded that exposure to the chemical, chlorpyrifos, which has been in use since 1965, was potentially causing significant health consequences.

  20. Sex Abuse Trial of Foster Father Paints His Home as ‘a Prison’ N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    Cesar Gonzales-Mugaburu, a Long Island foster father who took in 106 boys, is charged with sexually abusing six and endangering the welfare of two more.

  21. Dramatic Ending Crosswords & Games, Yesterday

    Lewis Rothlein returns to impress us.

  22. De Blasio Stymied in Attempt to Pay Legal Fees With Donations N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    A city agency capped donations to the mayor’s planned legal defense fund to cover legal bills he incurred during inquiries into his fund-raising practices.

  23. El Salvador, Prizing Water Over Gold, Bans All Metal Mining World, Yesterday

    Environmental activists said the country was the first in the world to impose a nationwide ban on the mining of gold and other metals.

  24. Coal Mining Jobs Trump Would Bring Back No Longer Exist Business Day, Yesterday

    The jobs the president alluded to — hardy miners in mazelike tunnels with picks and shovels — have become vestiges of the past.

  25. Google’s Claim Against Former Executive Could Help Uber in Driverless-Car Lawsuit Business Day, Yesterday

    Uber disclosed Google’s claim against Anthony Levandowski to support its request for arbitration in an intellectual property fight.

  26. U.S. War Footprint Grows in Middle East, With No Endgame in Sight World, Yesterday

    Two months after President Trump took office, indications are mounting that the military is deepening its involvement in complex wars that lack clear outcomes.

  27. Joakim Noah’s Suspension Starts as Knicks Are Eliminated From Playoffs Sports, Yesterday

    Hours before a loss knocked the Knicks from postseason contention, Noah was cleared medically to play, triggering the beginning of his suspension for taking a performance-enhancing substance.

  28. Looking for a Lost Child on the Train Metro, Yesterday

    Getting caught up in a subway search....

  29. Meeting in Turkey With Erdogan May Be Tillerson’s Toughest World, Yesterday

    Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson faces difficult talks over a Turkish constitutional referendum, the fight against ISIS, and Turkish demands for an extradition.

  30. Ivanka Trump's New Job: Assistant to the President Video, Yesterday

    Ivanka Trump had security clearance and a West Wing office, but no official job title—until now. The White House said her new role is intended to help her comply with ethics standards.

  31. Crisis Upon Crisis in Venezuela Opinion, Yesterday

    The international community must start presenting clearer ideas to alleviate Venezuela’s humanitarian and political crisis.

  32. Anti-Abortion Activists Charged in Planned Parenthood Video Case U.S., Yesterday

    California prosecutors say some of the videos, which were edited conversations with abortion providers that the activists secretly recorded, violated the state’s privacy law.

  33. Quotation of the Day: As Trump Backtracks, China Seizes Chance to Lead on Climate Today’s Paper, Yesterday

    Quotation of the Day for Thursday, March 30, 2017.

  34. Top Amateur Picks College Over L.P.G.A. Qualifying School Sports, Yesterday

    Hannah O’Sullivan, the world’s No. 2 female amateur, has decided to attend Duke instead of pursuing professional golf full time.

  35. 13 Killed in Texas as Church Bus and Pickup Truck Collide U.S., Yesterday

    The head-on collision, which occurred about 100 miles west of San Antonio, killed nearly everyone aboard the bus.

  36. Stepping Out, Melania Trump Honors Women Affected by Bias and Abuse U.S., Yesterday

    In a rare speech, she challenged a State Department audience to put themselves in the shoes of women — victims of domestic abuse, gender bias, or violence — who have fought injustice.

  37. Ignoring Diplomacy’s Past and Its Future Promise Opinion, Yesterday

    President Trump’s proposal to slash State Department and foreign aid funding is misguided, as diplomacy can prevent conflicts and build alliances.

  38. Chase Had Ads on 400,000 Sites. Then on Just 5,000. Same Results. Business Day, Yesterday

    The bank found that limiting its advertising to preapproved hosts, to avoid proximity to fake news or offensive videos, did not hurt its visibility.

  39. Arthur Blythe, Jazz Saxophonist Who Mixed Sultry and Strident, Dies at 76 Arts, Yesterday

    A standard-bearer of the New York jazz avant-garde in the late ’70s, he had a vibrato-thickened style and was a spokesman for jazz’s Afrocentric vanguard.

  40. Looking for a Lost Child on the Train N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    Getting caught up in a subway search.

  41. Suicide Truck Bomber Kills at Least 15 in Baghdad World, Yesterday

    The bomber attacked a police checkpoint, but most of the victims were civilians, Iraqi officials said. No group immediately claimed responsibility.

  42. Hungary Plan That Could Shutter Soros’s University Is Called ‘Political Vandalism’ World, Yesterday

    Observers say the move is the latest development in a crackdown on free expression and liberal values under Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who has denounced the billionaire philanthropist.

  43. With Opening Day Near, the Yankees Have Decisions to Make Sports, Yesterday

    The exhibition season is almost over, and the team still has a number of unsettled spots on its roster.

  44. ‘Power Must Be Taken’: Excerpts From ‘The Anarchist Cookbook’ Books, Yesterday

    The book, published by William Powell in 1971, styled itself as a guide for would-be revolutionaries and had information on explosives, guns and drugs.

  45. William Powell, ‘Anarchist Cookbook’ Writer, Dies at 66 Arts, Yesterday

    The author was an angry teenager when he began research on the book, which outlined weapon use, bomb-building techniques and drug manufacturing.

  46. In ‘Cézanne et Moi,’ Zola and the Artist Are Pals. However ... Movies, Yesterday

    A new film offers an intimate, searching portrait of the turbulent friendship between the writer and the painter.

  47. State Department Worker Is Accused of Hiding Ties to China U.S., Yesterday

    Candace Marie Claiborne, 60, was charged with felony obstruction and lying to the F.B.I. after her ties to the Chinese were uncovered, the authorities said.

  48. After-School Coach Charged With Sexual Abuse of 8-Year-Old Girls N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    Channing Parker, 22, was an employee at Kids Creative, a nonprofit group that organizes after-school programming in New York City.

  49. Betsy DeVos Calls for More School Choice, Saying Money Isn’t the Answer U.S., Yesterday

    In a speech at the Brookings Institution, the education secretary rejected the notion that money was a panacea for the challenges facing public schools.

  50. William McPherson, Book Critic and Novelist, Dies at 84 Books, Yesterday

    The Pulitzer Prize winner wrote for The Washington Post and was the author of the acclaimed novel “Testing the Current.”

  51. Rex Tillerson to Lift Human Rights Conditions on Arms Sale to Bahrain World, Yesterday

    The decision could mend a rift with a critical Middle East ally, but it is bound to be read by other nations in the region as a sign the administration will ease human rights demands.

  52. 8 New Books We Recommend This Week Books, Yesterday

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

  53. ‘The Discovery’ of an Afterlife, Then the Suicides Movies, Yesterday

    A science-fiction romance starring Robert Redford begins with the premise that proof of what’s next has been found. After that, things turn ugly.

  54. In ‘The Zookeeper’s Wife,’ the Holocaust Seems Tame Movies, Yesterday

    This true story of a couple who sheltered Jews beneath the Warsaw Zoo has tender moments but its portrayal of the Nazi invasion is too timid and sanitized.

  55. Nikki Haley Calls United Nations Human Rights Council ‘So Corrupt’ World, Yesterday

    Ms. Haley, the American envoy to the United Nations, said the U.S. would never close its doors to foreigners fleeing persecution, even as she defended the Trump administration’s travel ban.

  56. Sometimes, Spending Brings a Bigger Return Than Saving Your Money, Yesterday

    We all get that nagging feeling that the money we want to spend on someone and something we love should be saved instead. Here’s a counterargument.

  57. ‘Review,’ a Workaholic’s Slapstick Tragedy Nears Its End Arts, Yesterday

    This Comedy Central show, in which a professional life-reviewer hosts a show-within-a-show, is in its third and final season.

  58. A Shameful Story Gets Its Due in ‘Time: The Kalief Browder Story’ Arts, Yesterday

    Spike is not the type of channel where you’d expect to find one of the season’s most significant docu-series.

  59. Texas TV: From the Sublime to the Ridiculous Arts, Yesterday

    “The Son” is the latest show set in the Lone Star State. Here’s a look at some past series that were set there.

  60. Brexit, Chris Christie, Ivanka Trump: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing Briefing, Yesterday

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

  61. In ‘When It’s You,’ Isolation Has Consequences Theater, Yesterday

    The narrator of Courtney Baron’s playreacts with horror when she learns an ex-boyfriend is responsible for a mass shooting.

  62. Jerzy Kosinski Stars in a Novel About His Own Strange Life Books, Yesterday

    Jerome Charyn’s novel “Jerzy” is based on the very slippery life of Jerzy Kosinski.

  63. What You Should Watch Wednesday Night Watching, Yesterday

    From prostitutes in Georgian England to celebrations in Ancient Rome, let television take you back in time tonight.

  64. ‘Richard Nixon,’ Portrait of a Thin-Skinned, Media-Hating President Books, Yesterday

    This elegant and sympathetic biography by John A. Farrell arrives as a current president makes comparisons unavoidable.

  65. How to Do a Full Headstand in Yoga Interactive, Yesterday

    Turn everything upside down with this challenging yoga pose.

  66. Plays About the Art World? Not Sold Theater, Yesterday

    “Beneath the Gavel” gets some things right as it dramatizes an auction. But the subtleties of the art market remain beyond most writers’ skills.

  67. How to Do a Full Handstand in Yoga Interactive, Yesterday

    A pose that will truly help you see the world in a new way.

  68. How to do a Half Handstand in Yoga Interactive, Yesterday

    All the benefits of a full handstand, with the help of a wall.

  69. How to Do Side Crow Pose in Yoga Interactive, Yesterday

    Fly on your side with this challenging pose.

  70. How to Do Crow Pose in Yoga Interactive, Yesterday

    Feel like you’re flying with this upper-body building pose.

  71. Grab Your Wallets. Spring Is Bringing New Shops Fashion & Style, Yesterday

    A new Dr. Martens, with updates on its classic boots, a new vintage clothing, jewelry and home goods pop-up, and more.

  72. When Love and Travel Intersect: Your Stories Interactive, Yesterday

    The Times Travel section is looking for your stories about when love and travel meet.

  73. Aimee Mann Traces Elegant Despair on ‘Mental Illness’ Arts, Yesterday

    After a swerve toward rowdier, pushier rock, Ms. Mann doubles down on both the quiet and the desperation in her first album in five years.

  74. How to Do an Airplane Dip Sequence in Yoga Interactive, Yesterday

    This pose will require focus, balance and all-over strength.

  75. Valeant Bet Was a ‘Huge Mistake,’ Hedge Fund Chief Ackman Says Business Day, Yesterday

    In a rare moment of contrition, the billionaire hedge fund manager William Ackman apologized for an investment that cost his investors $4 billion.

  76. How to Do a Standing Lunge Dip Sequence in Yoga Interactive, Yesterday

    Here’s a lunge for yogis.

  77. How to Do a Warrior 2 Pose in Yoga Interactive, Yesterday

    Feel strong and balanced in this pose.

  78. Rob Roth Previews the Black Party, a ‘Night to Let Go of Your Inhibitions’ Style, Yesterday

    Mr. Roth, a multimedia artist from the Lower East Side, returns to the night life as the creative director of the granddaddy of the gay “circuit” parties, which turns 38 this year.

  79. Look for Market Buoyancy Ahead of ‘Brexit’ to Be Short-Lived Business Day, Yesterday

    If hard, even rancorous bargaining coincides with slowing growth, investors in British assets are likely to encounter some turmoil in the months ahead.

  80. How to Do a Dolphin Push-up Interactive, Yesterday

    Build all-over strength with this yoga pose.

  81. How to Do a Side Plank Interactive, Yesterday

    You can work the sides of your core when you rotate a plank to your side.

  82. Little Sign of a ‘Trump Bump’ in the Economic Forecast Business Day, Yesterday

    Despite upbeat sentiment among consumers and investors in the new year, actual growth estimates are modest for the quarter and beyond.

  83. The Prettiest Restaurant Plates in Paris T Magazine, Yesterday

    Meet the ceramists making beautiful dishes for some of the city’s chicest restaurants.

  84. Senate Intelligence Committee Leaders Vow Thorough Russian Investigation U.S., Yesterday

    The top Republican and Democrat on the committee pledged to forge ahead, while seeking to distance themselves from the troubled House inquiry.

  85. Demand for Ivory Drops, and Elephants Benefit Video, Yesterday

    The price of ivory has dropped by more than half in the past three years. This decline may be good news for elephants that have been targeted for their tusks.

  86. Trump’s Effort to Undo Climate Policies Opinion, Yesterday

    Readers criticize the move as a “nightmare,” “misguided” and a threat to human civilization.

  87. How to Do The Downward-Facing Dog Pose in Yoga Interactive, Yesterday

    Downward-facing dog strengthens the arms, shoulders and back while stretching the hamstrings, calves and arches of your feet. It can also help relieve back pain.

  88. How to Do Four Limbed Staff Pose Interactive, Yesterday

    This push-up variation follows plank pose in a common yoga sequence known as the sun salutation. It is a good pose to learn if you want to eventually work on more advanced poses, such as arm balances or inversions.

  89. Justices Dig Through 1984 Murder, Weighing Withheld Evidence U.S., Yesterday

    The legal question was about prosecutors withholding evidence about another suspect, but the argument was dominated by an effort to reconstruct what happened decades ago.

  90. How to Do Child’s Pose in Yoga Interactive, Yesterday

    This calming pose is a good default pause position. You can use child’s pose to rest and refocus before continuing to your next pose. It gently stretches your lower back, hips, thighs, knees and ankles and relaxes your spine, shoulders and neck.

  91. The Photo of a Room Full of Men Opinion, Yesterday

    Readers interpret the thinking behind the release of a White House photo of a House Freedom Caucus meeting.

  92. How to Do Tree Pose Interactive, Yesterday

    Beyond helping improve your balance, tree pose can also strengthen your core, ankles, calves, thighs and spine.

  93. How to Do Seated Half Spinal Twist Pose Interactive, Yesterday

    This twisting pose can increase the flexibility in your back, while stretching the shoulders, hips and chest. It can also help relieve tension in the middle of your back.

  94. Online Privacy, Abandoned Opinion, Yesterday

    A reader notes the concession to business interests, and the hollowness of Republican calls for individual freedom.

  95. Aspects of Womanhood, Good and Evil Arts, Yesterday

    Our latest installment in the Instagram series #SpeakingInDance features Blanca Li and Maria Alexandrova.

  96. Saving Prison Visits Opinion, Yesterday

    The founder of the Fortune Society writes that creativity and political courage could save seven-day prison visitations.

  97. Ivanka Trump, Shifting Plans, Will Become a Federal Employee U.S., Yesterday

    The president’s elder daughter had drawn criticism from ethics experts after saying she would serve as an informal adviser to her father.

  98. Oscars Error Won’t Cost Accounting Firm Its Job Movies, Yesterday

    Despite the spectacular mix-up over the award for best picture, PwC will stay on the job after a vote by the Hollywood organization.

  99. The Modern Love Podcast: Ry Russo-Young Reads ‘Death Bear Will See You Now’ Style, Yesterday

    On this week’s podcast, the “Before I Fall” director reads Loren Berlin’s story of a woman who gets through a breakup with the help of a man in a bear suit.

  100. Hail the Stars and Stripes, and the Radical Moves Arts, Yesterday

    Our chief critic calls Stephen Petronio’s latest “Bloodlines” program “mind-expanding.” It includes work by Yvonne Rainer, Steve Paxton and Anna Halprin.

  101. The New ‘It’ Trailer Is Here to Give You Nightmares Movies, Yesterday

    Clowns, balloons and slide projectors have never seemed so intimidating.

  102. A Tax Penalty for I.R.A. Withdrawals Can Sneak Up on You Your Money, Yesterday

    People who are 70½ are required to take initial withdrawals from their I.R.A.s. The deadline for doing so is April 1, which this year is a Saturday.

  103. How to Do Corpse Pose Interactive, Yesterday

    Like life, yoga classes typically end with this pose. It allows for a moment of relaxation, but some people find it difficult to stay still in this pose. However, the more you try this pose, the easier it is to sink into a relaxing, meditative state.

  104. How To Do Plank Interactive, Yesterday

    A commonly seen exercise, plank helps build strength in the core, shoulders, arms and legs.

  105. What the Repeal of Online Privacy Protections Means for You Technology, Yesterday

    Now that internet providers will not have to get permission to collect and sell customers’ online information, how will that affect privacy online?

  106. Traveling Just Got So Much Easier Interactive, Yesterday

    Being on the go is the new norm. Naturally, lifestyle companies have adapted, with innovative goods that don’t sacrifice style or, more important, speed.

  107. Christian Pulisic of U.S. Becomes a Target, but Makes His Mark Anyway Sports, Yesterday

    Pulisic, 18, drew attention and abuse from defenders, a sign of his rise to stardom, in a 1-1 tie with Panama on Tuesday.

  108. 34 Charged in Ring That Sold Potent New Drug, Prosecutors Say N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    The Brooklyn group is accused of selling furanyl fentanyl, a designer narcotic from China that is 50 times more powerful than heroin.

  109. Awaiting the Next Android Invasion Technology, Yesterday

    Google has released the next version of its mobile operating system to app developers, but regular users will get the software further down the line.

  110. So You Want to Be a Lawyer? Opinion, Yesterday

    A recent law graduate says the LSAT can be a real financial barrier to law school.

  111. Attacks Against African Students Rise in India, Rights Advocates Say World, Yesterday

    The assaults follow several episodes of violence against Africans in recent years, raising questions about racial attitudes in India.

  112. Brexit, Donald Trump, Jordan: Your Morning Briefing Briefing, Yesterday

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

  113. How to Get Cheap Tickets to Broadway Shows (Even ‘Hamilton’) Theater, Yesterday

    From lotteries to apps, there are several easy ways to score inexpensive tickets to a show. Even one about a certain former Treasury secretary.

  114. How America Fails Black Girls Opinion, Yesterday

    A viral image has drawn attention to a big problem: Nonblacks aren’t stepping up to help missing black kids.

  115. A Modern Masterpiece Turns 25 Books, Yesterday

    Denis Johnson’s “Jesus’ Son” was recently celebrated at an event in New York by a few of its many prominent writer-fans.

  116. Are Britain and the E.U. Ready for Brexit? Opinion, Yesterday

    With one historic announcement, the divorce has begun.

  117. Tech Roundup: Capturing Memories With a Lot of Video Cameras Technology, Yesterday

    Farhad Manjoo, a technology columnist at The New York Times, is experimenting with setting up his home to resemble the set of a reality television show.

  118. Ireland Is Urged to Do More for the Economically Vulnerable World, Yesterday

    Europe’s top human rights body called on the government to provide more aid to women, children and the Traveler community, a historically excluded group.

  119. Justices Side With Free-Speech Challenge to Credit Card Fees Business Day, Yesterday

    The justices ruled in favor of five New York businesses that wanted to inform their customers that they imposed a surcharge for the use of credit cards.

  120. Three Storm Chasers Die in Crash in Texas U.S., Yesterday

    One of the hazards of storm chasing is the number of people on the road pursuing tornadoes as the activity has grown in popularity, an expert said.

  121. Teaching the Vietnam War With Primary Sources From The New York Times The Learning Network, Yesterday

    This lesson includes a curated selection of photographs, original articles and first-person accounts for students to investigate and analyze.

  122. After Apology, Bill O’Reilly Continues Attacks on Maxine Waters U.S., Yesterday

    The Fox News host had faced intense criticism for a remark about the congresswoman’s hair.

  123. Frank Gehry’s Vast Archive Joins the Getty’s Collection Arts, Yesterday

    The Getty Research Institute has acquired hundreds of thousands of items from the Pritzker Prize-winning architect’s career, from 1954 to 1988.

  124. At Baselworld, Luxury Timepieces Detect a Slowdown Fashion & Style, Yesterday

    The watch industry is facing challenging times, but players big and small still turned out for the giant fair.

  125. In China, ‘Disney’ Deals Turn Out to Be Fantasy Business Day, Yesterday

    Meng Dekai, a former company executive, was accused of signing deals with local governments for Disney-related projects without authorization.

  126. Mets’ Jeurys Familia Is Suspended for 15 Games Sports, Yesterday

    The Mets’ closer, who was arrested Nov. 1 on a domestic abuse charge that was later dismissed, was disciplined by Major League Baseball under its domestic violence policy.

  127. Ronaldo Bust Looks Nothing Like Ronaldo, and the Internet Notices Sports, Yesterday

    The handsome Real Madrid star is cast, none top favorably for some, in bronze.

  128. Ronaldo Bust Looks Nothing Like Ronaldo, and the Internet Notices Sports, Yesterday

    The handsome Real Madrid star is cast, none too favorably for some, in bronze.

  129. Views of St. John Slideshow, Yesterday

    Beaches, ruins and good eats on the Caribbean island.

  130. Chinese Firm Takes Stake in U.S. Investment Bank Cowen Business Day, Yesterday

    The deal comes after a recent flurry of acquisitions of Western companies by Chinese businesses.

  131. ‘True Detective’ Season Three: Who Would You Want to See? Arts, Yesterday

    Readers were happy to help Nic Pizzolatto in casting a new season of “True Detective,” which is reportedly in the works.

  132. Samsung, After Combustible Galaxy Note 7, Unveils New Smartphone Technology, Yesterday

    Hoping to overcome a troubled year, the company revealed the Galaxy S8 smartphone with a large 5.8-inch screen and a virtual assistant, Bixby.

  133. 2 Christie Allies Are Sentenced in George Washington Bridge Scandal N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    Bill Baroni, a former Port Authority official, and Bridget Anne Kelly, Gov. Chris Christie’s deputy chief of staff, were convicted of conspiracy for closing lanes on the bridge.

  134. They Are ‘Legion’: Tracking the Superhero Show’s Key Horror References Watching, Yesterday

    More than any other live-action superhero project, “Legion” goes to some dark and scary places — familiar territory for horror movie buffs.

  135. Is It a Toy? Is It Art? Everyone Agrees It’s a Collectible Business Day, Yesterday

    Consumer demand for so-called designer toys has helped invigorate sales in the overall toy industry.

  136. How to Use Technology to Outsource Pet Care Technology, Yesterday

    A growing number of start-ups offer apps and gadgets to help you walk your dog or feed your cat, but most aren’t worth the money.

  137. Campuses Grapple With Balancing Free Speech and Security After Protests U.S., Yesterday

    Colleges and universities are coming up with new policies to address the ethics and security costs of controversial speakers and protests.

  138. No Deal Between Kushners and Chinese Company Over Fifth Avenue Skyscraper N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    A $4-billion deal to invest in a Manhattan building owned by the family of Trump’s son-in-law has fallen apart.

  139. Python Swallows Indonesian Man Whole, With Aftermath Caught on Video World, Yesterday

    A recording shows the victim’s body being recovered from the snake, found after searchers on Sulawesi observed the shape of shoes in its belly.

  140. Facing Congress, Some Sports Officials (Not All) Begin to Confront Sexual Abuse Sports, Yesterday

    A doctor is accused of molesting dozens of young gymnasts. Now a senator is calling for an investigation into “who knew what and when.”

  141. Could Argentina (and Lionel Messi) Actually Miss the World Cup? Sports, Yesterday

    Argentina, which is playing without its star, finds itself in fifth place, with four games left to play in South American qualifying.

  142. A Trove on the Women’s Suffrage Struggle, Found in an Old Box Arts, Yesterday

    Nearly 100 letters from Susan B. Anthony and others have come to light, in a collection that shows the complex networks that drove the movement.

  143. $1.5 Million Homes in Washington State, Kentucky and Georgia Real Estate, Yesterday

    A Craftsman-style house in Seattle; a country estate in Prospect, Ky.; and a cedar-shingled home in an Atlanta suburb.

  144. What You Get for $1.5 Million Slideshow, Yesterday

    A Craftsman-style house in Seattle; a country estate in Prospect, Ky.; and a cedar-shingled home in an Atlanta suburb.

  145. Cooking With Your Senses Food, Yesterday

    Try an utterly simple recipe for radishes with sweet butter and salt from Gabrielle Hamilton, or follow Julia Moskin’s consideration of “sensory cooking.”

  146. A.C.P.T. Roll Call Slideshow, Yesterday

    A look at the very human side of competitive crossword solving. This year, we focus on people who have come to the A.C.P.T. for fewer than five years.

  147. More Women With Breast Cancer Opt to Remove Healthy Breast Well, Yesterday

    One in three breast cancer patients under 45 in 2012 removed the healthy breast along with the breast affected by cancer, a new study found.

  148. As Power Wanes, Kuomintang Struggles to Hang On in Taiwan World, Yesterday

    The party that once ruled China now looks to stay relevant in Taiwan politics — a situation with implications for Beijing and Washington.

  149. Turkey’s Dangerous Path Away From Democracy Opinion, Yesterday

    President Erdogan’s tough talk on Europe and move for unfettered power could mark a fateful retreat from the Westernization that had long guided Turkey.

  150. Elephants Get a Reprieve as Price of Ivory Falls World, Yesterday

    China’s commitment to shut down its domestic ivory trade this year has helped depress demand for ivory.

  151. Shots Fired at Capitol as Driver Tries to Run Down Officers U.S., Yesterday

    A United States Capitol Police spokeswoman said a woman had been taken into custody and no one was hurt.

  152. New York Today: Much Ado About Tattoos N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    Wednesday: Tracing tattoo history, tap dancing through Midtown and commemorating women’s suffrage.

  153. Sean Hannity Is Still Upset Ted Koppel Said He Was ‘Bad for America’ Business Day, Yesterday

    Mr. Hannity, the Fox News personality, is lashing out over an interview aired on “CBS Sunday Morning.”

  154. Patti LuPone, Christine Ebersole and Broadway’s Friendliest Feud Theater, Yesterday

    They play the rival cosmetics titans Helena Rubinstein and Elizabeth Arden in the new musical “War Paint.”

  155. Bob Dylan Will Receive His Nobel Prize While on Tour in Sweden Arts, Yesterday

    The singer and songwriter, who did not attend the Nobel ceremony in December, is to meet with Academy members with no media present this weekend.

  156. Theresa May’s Letter Invoking Article 50 World, Yesterday

    The text of the letter written by Britain’s prime minister to Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, starting the legal process for leaving the European Union.

  157. ‘I’m an American, First and Foremost’ Opinion, Yesterday

    Many Latino Americans have faced harassment since the election, even if they were born in the United States.

  158. F.D.A. Nominee Plans to Recuse Himself From Agency Decisions on Potential Conflicts Health, Yesterday

    Scott Gottlieb made millions of dollars doing work for more than 20 health care companies in the private sector.

  159. F.D.A. Nominee, Paid Millions by Industry, Says He’ll Recuse Himself if Needed Health, Yesterday

    Scott Gottlieb made millions of dollars doing work for more than 20 health care companies in the private sector.

  160. Parents Sue Georgia Over Right to Give Daughter the Surname ‘Allah’ U.S., Yesterday

    A couple says they chose their daughter’s surname because it is noble. The state says it must be the last name of one of her parents, or a combination of the two.

  161. House Hunting in ... Reykjavik Slideshow, Yesterday

    With low inventory and high demand, the home market in Reykjavik is booming.

  162. House Hunting in ... Reykjavik Real Estate, Yesterday

    With low inventory and high demand, the home market in Reykjavik is booming.

  163. California Today: Muslim Candidate Says He’s ‘Triple Threat to Donald Trump’ U.S., Yesterday

    Wednesday: A trailblazing candidate for lieutenant governor, a congressman standing firm under fire, and the faith of Raider Nation.

  164. Red Wings End 25-Year Playoff Streak, While Oilers End a Drought Sports, Yesterday

    The Wings had held the longest streak in hockey, and in major North American sports, while the Oilers had the longest streak outside the postseason — 10 seasons.

  165. Steve Kerr Wins 200th Game Faster Than Any Other Coach Sports, Yesterday

    The Golden State Warriors coach reached the impressive milestone in just 238 games, 32 games fewer than Phil Jackson did with the Chicago Bulls.

  166. Steve Kerr Wins 200 Games Faster Than Any Other N.B.A. Coach Sports, Yesterday

    The Warriors’ coach reached the milestone in 238 games, 32 games fewer than Phil Jackson did with the Chicago Bulls.

  167. How to Make a Deal With North Korea Opinion, Yesterday

    South Korea’s election will have far-reaching implications for the Korean Peninsula — and for Trump’s North Korea policy.

  168. The Art of a Deal With the Taliban Opinion, Yesterday

    America’s yearslong war in Afghanistan has cost us hundreds of billions of dollars and thousands of lives. It’s time for peace talks.

  169. Fix the College Dropout Boom Opinion, Yesterday

    Graduates are much more likely to earn more and have full-time jobs.

  170. All About Oysters in Greenport on Long Island N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    New Yorkers can take the train from Penn Station to a North Fork village to learn about oyster farming (and to taste a few, too).

  171. Pillars of the West Shaken by ‘Brexit,’ but They’re Not Crumbling Yet World, Yesterday

    Britain’s withdrawal from the E.U. and Donald J. Trump’s election are blows to multilateralism, but many European nations seem to be shying away from going it alone.

  172. U.K. Initiates ‘Brexit’ and Wades Into a Thorny Thicket World, Yesterday

    Prime Minister Theresa May gave notice of Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, kicking off a two-year negotiation steeped in peril for both sides.

  173. Pursuing Tax, Bill de Blasio Embraces Snowball’s Chance in Albany N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    For almost two years, Mayor Bill de Blasio has been arguing that Albany should allow New York City to levy a new tax on home sales above $2 million. It hasn’t worked out.

  174. Morning Agenda: The Robots Are Coming ... for Your Stocks Business Day, Yesterday

    BlackRock plans to consolidate a large number of actively managed mutual funds with those that rely more on algorithms and models.

  175. China Says It Has Detained Rights Activist From Taiwan World, Yesterday

    The detention adds to signs of an intensified clampdown on outsiders working with China’s beleaguered rights lawyers and groups.

  176. How to Follow the News in a Political Age of Anxiety Well, Yesterday

    Therapists offer strategies for coping with postelection stress.

  177. In Lawsuit After Lawsuit, It’s Everyday People v. Trump U.S., Yesterday

    Plaintiffs suing President Trump to block his travel ban have included professors and grocery clerks, Americans and people trying to become one.

  178. What Rob Corddry Can’t Travel Without Travel, Yesterday

    The former “Daily Show” correspondent who now stars in HBO’s “Ballers” has to have tubes of Aquaphor, comic books and his guitar.

  179. Getting the Most Out of a Spa Visit Travel, Yesterday

    Choose the right treatment, communicate with your massage therapist and consider going on a weekday before 5 p.m.

  180. Walk, Stretch or Dance? Dancing May Be Best for the Brain Well, Yesterday

    Moving and socializing appears to perk up the aging brain.

  181. How to Be Mindful on a Hike Well, Yesterday

    Learn how to tune in to yourself and the world around you on your next hike.

  182. ‘The Daily’: Hello Coal Jobs, Goodbye E.U. Podcasts, Yesterday

    Trump’s promise to do away with Obama’s legacy on climate change, and Theresa May’s farewell to the European Union.

  183. Donald Trump, ‘Brexit,’ Mosul: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, Yesterday

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

  184. Why Democrats Have a Shot in a Georgia District Dominated by Republicans The Upshot, Yesterday

    The contest to fill Tom Price’s vacant congressional seat is an early test of whether Democrats can make use of President Trump’s unpopularity.

  185. E.U. Blocks Merger of London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse Business Day, Yesterday

    The decision came after the London exchange said it was unwilling to sell a bond trading platform to appease regulators.

  186. Trevor Noah Knows How to Save Meals on Wheels: Militarize It Arts, Yesterday

    The cast of “The Daily Show” dreamed up a meal-delivery program they think President Trump may like: one that delivers sandwiches via rocket launcher.

  187. Locust Valley: A Quiet Burg With Good Schools and Elite Clubs Real Estate, Yesterday

    Part of Oyster Bay, the area is home to graceful manors and secluded estates.

  188. Living In Locust Valley, N.Y. Slideshow, Yesterday

    Locust Valley, N.Y., an unincorporated area in the Town of Oyster Bay, on Long Island, is home to a handful of elite country clubs.

  189. Trump’s Raves About Chicago Have Become Rants U.S., Yesterday

    The president has often bemoaned Chicago’s rising street violence. But residents say his long, tangled relationship with the city explains a lot.

  190. Trump’s Name 20-Feet High. Chicago’s Anger? Unlimited. Video, Yesterday

    The Trump International Hotel and Tower was met with a warm reception when it was completed in 2008. But six years later, a modification from Donald J. Trump ruffled feathers in Chicago.

  191. In Kansas City, Barbecue, Beer and Bargains Travel, Yesterday

    Seeing different sides of a great city in America’s heartland that truly seems to be coming into its own.

  192. A Ladder, Sharp Scissors and a Basketball Net. What Could Go Wrong? Sports, Yesterday

    College basketball’s rite of spring — cutting down the net after a big victory — comes with a snip of danger.

  193. What Cold War Intrigue Can Tell Us About the Trump-Russia Inquiry U.S., Yesterday

    Events rooted in 1985, which became known as the Year of the Spy, in some ways mirror those that were set in motion during the 2016 presidential election.

  194. He Turned His Home Into a Reality Television Show Technology, Yesterday

    The Times’s tech columnist, Farhad Manjoo, grapples with technology’s shortcomings yet embraces it to an extreme degree at home.

  195. In School Nurse’s Room: Tylenol, Bandages and an Antidote to Heroin N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    As communities face a rise in deaths from heroin and pills, many educators are deciding that they should have naloxone, a drug to treat overdoses, on hand.

  196. My Friend Is Bankrupting Herself. Should I Speak Up? Magazine, Yesterday

    The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on whether to tell your friend you think she is being used for her money, and more.

  197. Sonic Youth: Cultural Appropriations of Two Musical Hipsters Books, Yesterday

    The young music producers in Hari Kunzru’s “White Tears” invent a lost blues legend who may turn out to have been real all along.

  198. How Well Do You Sleep? The Learning Network, Yesterday

    Should more medical practitioners use light therapy to fix mood disorders?

  199. Those Indecipherable Medical Bills? They’re One Reason Health Care Costs So Much. Magazine, Yesterday

    Hospitals have learned to manipulate medical codes — often resulting in mind-boggling bills.

  200. Phillipa Soo Doesn’t Leave It All Onstage Magazine, Yesterday

    The Broadway actress on playing Eliza Hamilton and performing for the Obamas.

  201. Deconstructing the 'Ferguson Effect' Interactive, Yesterday

    How a police retreat has played out in Chicago.

  202. China Poised to Take Lead on Climate After Trump’s Move to Undo Policies World, Yesterday

    For years, the United States pushed China to commit to limiting its use of fossil fuels. The countries now look likely to switch roles.

  203. Is Obamacare a Lifesaver? Opinion, Yesterday

    So far the evidence is conspicuously missing.

  204. Questions for: ‘Can Programs That Help the Military Save the Federal Arts Agencies?’ The Learning Network, Yesterday

    What does art therapy do, and how does it help trauma victims?

  205. George Osborne: From Media Hack to Political Hack, in a Day Opinion, Yesterday

    The former chancellor’s new job as editor of The London Evening Standard is not good for either politics or journalism.

  206. Westinghouse Files for Bankruptcy, in Blow to Nuclear Power Business Day, Yesterday

    The company, whose corporate parent is Toshiba of Japan, led projects once seen as heralding a nuclear renaissance, but its filing casts a pall over the troubled industry.

  207. Republicans Attack Internet Privacy Opinion, Yesterday

    Congress has voted to let online providers sell advertisers information on customers without permission.

  208. Devin Nunes Is Dangerous Opinion, Yesterday

    He’s so deep in the tank for Donald Trump that he needs scuba gear.

  209. How the Republicans Sold Your Privacy to Internet Providers Opinion, Yesterday

    President Trump might soon sign a bill that lets internet service providers sell your web browsing history and other personal information.

  210. The Supreme Court Keeps Tinkering With Death Opinion, Yesterday

    Texas is condemning intellectually disabled people using an outdated and unscientific test. The justices were right to strike it down.

  211. Trump Is a Chinese Agent Opinion, Yesterday

    Ignoring climate change and the benefits of clean energy only helps a rival.

  212. New York Has a Great Subway, if You’re Not in a Wheelchair Opinion, Yesterday

    After my accident, I learned firsthand how civic dysfunction can disenfranchise the vulnerable.

  213. Few Entrances, and Sometimes, No Exit Video, Yesterday

    Ride along as a New Yorker in a wheelchair explains why more people with disabilities don’t take the train.

  214. Revealing the Underground Railroad Slideshow, Yesterday

    A new photo book depicts the 1,400-mile Underground Railroad path through forests, swamps, safe houses and freedom in the North.