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  1. Republicans Won’t Do Much Convening in Florida, Colbert Thinks Culture, Today

    “The only way it would be more infectious is if the dinner was an all-you-can-bob lasagna buffet,” Stephen Colbert said of the party’s upcoming convention in Jacksonville.

  2. ViacomCBS Fires Nick Cannon, Citing Anti-Semitic Podcast Remarks Express, Today

    The network said that Mr. Cannon had promoted “hateful speech” during a recent episode of “Cannon’s Class,” his YouTube podcast.

  3. Sessions Pays the Price for Incurring Trump’s Wrath, Losing Alabama Senate Race Politics, Yesterday

    In Maine, Sara Gideon prevailed over limited competition in the Democratic primary for Senate and will face Susan Collins in a race that has become the priciest Senate campaign in the state’s history.

  4. What’s on TV Wednesday: ‘First Cow’ and ‘The Line’ Culture, Today

    The latest film from Kelly Reichardt is available online. And the Public Theater is streaming a virtual play about the pandemic.

  5. Seoul Will Investigate #MeToo Accusations Against Dead Mayor Foreign, Today

    A fact-finding team will have no power to subpoena or indict anyone, but women’s rights activists and the mayor’s accuser have called for an investigation anyway.

  6. In Rare Surge of Online Unity, Iranians Call for Halt to Executions Foreign, Today

    Actors, scholars, star athletes and millions of others called for three young protesters’ lives to be spared. “I’m next, you’re next, we’re next,” one meme read.

  7. U.K.-Huawei, Europe Economy, China: Your Wednesday Briefing N Y T Now, Today

    Here’s what you need to know.

  8. Trump’s Falsehoods on Police Shootings, Biden, Coronavirus and China Washington, Yesterday

    Speaking in the Rose Garden and in an earlier television interview, the president made incorrect, misleading and exaggerated statements on a wide variety of topics.

  9. Send You to the Moon Games, Yesterday

    Lee Higbie makes his New York Times Crossword debut, ably assisted by Jeff Chen.

  10. Obies Honor ‘A Strange Loop’ and ‘Heroes of the Fourth Turning’ Culture, Yesterday

    The annual awards show for Off and Off Off Broadway theater was prerecorded and streamed after the coronavirus led to cancellation of a live ceremony.

  11. Quotation of the Day: Welcome to the Happiest Place on Earth. Covid Testing Nightly. Summary, Yesterday

    Quotation of the Day for Wednesday, July 15, 2020.

  12. Ronny Jackson, Ex-White House Doctor, Wins Texas House Runoff Politics, Yesterday

    Dr. Jackson, a Republican who was backed by President Trump and based his campaign around their close relationship, effectively stamped his ticket to Congress in a deep-red district.

  13. Kansas Congressman Is Charged With Voter Fraud National, Yesterday

    Three felony charges were filed against Steve Watkins, a Republican, shortly before he appeared in a televised debate ahead of the state’s primary election.

  14. 64 Videos Show the N.Y.P.D. Meeting Protesters With Fists, Clubs and Body Slams Interactive, Yesterday

    Police officials say there were “isolated cases” of inappropriate force. But footage shows many attacks on protesters that appear unwarranted.

  15. Most Big School Districts Aren’t Ready to Reopen. Here’s Why. National, Yesterday

    All but two of the nation’s 10 largest districts exceed a key public health threshold, according to a New York Times analysis.

  16. Sara Gideon Wins Nomination to Challenge Susan Collins in Maine Politics, Yesterday

    Ms. Gideon, backed by the Senate Democratic campaign arm and outside political groups, had long been the favorite to challenge Senator Collins, the sole remaining New England Republican in Congress.

  17. Who Helps Out in a Crisis? Gender, Yesterday

    Women and men are equally likely to step up in a time of crisis, but they tend to do so in different ways.

  18. For Sessions, No Amount of Campaigning Could Overcome Trump in Alabama Politics, Yesterday

    He beat back tears. He said he let his family down. He declared of politics, “This chapter of my life is closed.” But he would not criticize his former boss, and even said President Trump could win in November.

  19. The First Coronavirus Vaccine Tested in Humans Shows Early Promise Science, Yesterday

    The vaccine, developed by government scientists and Moderna, a biotech company, appeared safe and provoked an immune response in 45 people in a study.

  20. Texas Democratic Primary Runoff Election Results: 24th Congressional District Interactive, Yesterday

  21. Texas U.S. Senate Democratic Primary Runoff Election Results Interactive, Yesterday

  22. Texas Primary Runoff Election Results: 13th Congressional District Interactive, Yesterday

  23. Maine U.S. Senate Primary Election Results Interactive, Yesterday

  24. Live Alabama Senate Runoff Results: Sessions vs. Tuberville Interactive, Yesterday

    See full results and maps from the Alabama primary runoff.

  25. Live: Texas State Primary Runoff Election Results 2020 Interactive, Yesterday

    Detailed results and maps from the Texas primary runoff election.

  26. Live: Maine State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, Yesterday

    Detailed results and maps from the Maine primary election.

  27. Live: Alabama State Primary Runoff Election Results 2020 Interactive, Yesterday

    Detailed results and maps from the Alabama primary runoff election.

  28. Live Primary Election Results: Races in Alabama, Maine and Texas Interactive, Yesterday

    Get the latest primary results from Alabama, Maine and Texas.

  29. Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Administration Walks Back Rule That Would Have Stripped Some Foreign Student Visas National, Yesterday

    Florida broke its record for most deaths in a single day, and Republicans are rethinking their convention there. People in England will be required to wear masks inside shops and supermarkets.

  30. Maine, Texas and Alabama Election Results: Live Updates and Analysis Interactive, Yesterday

    Follow live coverage and analysis from Times reporters.

  31. The White House Called a News Conference. Trump Turned It Into a Meandering Monologue. Washington, Yesterday

    The president spoke in the Rose Garden for 63 minutes. He spent only six of those minutes answering questions from reporters.

  32. Corrections: July 15, 2020 Corrections, Yesterday

    Corrections that appeared in print on Wednesday, July 15, 2020.

  33. New York Times Will Move Part of Hong Kong Office to Seoul Business, Yesterday

    A sweeping national security law passed by China in June has unsettled news organizations and created uncertainty about the city’s prospects as a hub for journalism in Asia.

  34. Government Rescinds Plan to Strip Visas From Foreign Students in Online Classes National, Yesterday

    The Trump administration said it would no longer require international students to attend in-person classes during the coronavirus pandemic in order to remain in the country.

  35. Este pepinillo es un pastel en Español, Yesterday

    Bienvenidos al mundo viral de los videos donde se rebana un pastel hiperrealista.

  36. Trump Administration Strips C.D.C. of Control of Coronavirus Data Washington, Yesterday

    Hospitals have been ordered to bypass the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and send all patient information to a central database in Washington, raising questions about transparency.

  37. Trump Administration Strips C.D.C. of Control of Coronavirus Data Washington, Yesterday

    Hospitals have been ordered to bypass the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and send all patient information to a central database in Washington, raising questions about transparency.

  38. Coronavirus Cases in U.S. Are ‘Unequivocally’ Rising, Fauci Says Video, Yesterday

    Dr. Anthony S. Fauci said at a digital event at Georgetown University on Tuesday that there was “no doubt” of more infections.

  39. Congress, Do Your Job: Help Americans Without One Editorial, Yesterday

    Federal aid is about to lapse even as the coronavirus crisis rolls on.

  40. 2 Stylists Had Coronavirus, but Wore Masks. 139 Clients Didn’t Fall Sick. Science, Yesterday

    A new study looks at what might have been a dangerous outbreak — had it not been for vigilant mask wearing.

  41. Banks Stockpile Billions as They Prepare for Things to Get Worse Business, Yesterday

    JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup and Wells Fargo said that as long as the economy behaved according to their forecasts, they were braced for more pandemic-induced pain.

  42. World Population Could Peak Decades Ahead of U.N. Forecast, Study Asserts Foreign, Yesterday

    The study, published in The Lancet, said an accelerated decline in fertility rates means the global population could peak in 2064 at 9.7 billion and fall to 8.8 billion by century’s end.

  43. Asked About Black Americans Killed by Police, Trump Says, ‘So Are White People’ Politics, Yesterday

    The president rejected the fact that Black people suffer disproportionately from police brutality and made startling remarks about the Confederate flag and a recent confrontation in St. Louis.

  44. Asked About Black Americans Killed by Police, Trump Says, ‘So Are White People’ Politics, Yesterday

    The president rejected the fact that Black people suffer disproportionately from police brutality and made startling remarks about the Confederate flag and a recent confrontation in St. Louis.

  45. Tech Entrepreneur’s Dismembered Body Found in Luxury Manhattan Condo Metro, Yesterday

    Friends identified the victim as Fahim Saleh, and law enforcement officials said that an electric saw had been found near his torso.

  46. Ruth Bader Ginsburg Is Hospitalized With a Possible Infection Express, Yesterday

    Justice Ginsburg, 87, underwent an endoscopic procedure at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore to clean out a bile duct stent, a Supreme Court spokeswoman said.

  47. The Roberts Court Is Nothing Like America Op Ed, Yesterday

    In a polarized nation, the justices continue to defy partisanship.

  48. What It’s Been Like to Vote in 2020 So Far Politics, Yesterday

    Long lines. Pizza at the polls. Absentee ballots that never showed up. And that’s just the warm-up to November.

  49. Andrew Cuomo Ascends to the Mountaintop With His Pandemic Poster Culture, Yesterday

    The retro political artwork on “New York Tough” is peak Cuomo, summing up the state’s battle against the coronavirus. But is it art?

  50. Naya Rivera’s Death Ruled Accidental Drowning Express, Yesterday

    No traumatic injuries or disease were found, the medical examiner said.

  51. Blaine Kern, Architect of Lavish Mardi Gras Floats, Dies at 93 Obits, Yesterday

    The work of Mr. Kern, known as “Mr. Mardi Gras,” has delighted visitors to Carnival in New Orleans for decades.

  52. Alabama’s Mud-Slinging Senate Primary Politics, Yesterday

    Welcome to the most negative Senate campaign of 2020 so far.

  53. Scientists Have Finally Calculated How Many Hot Dogs a Person Can Eat at Once Science, Yesterday

    The world’s best hot dog eaters could outeat a grizzly bear or a coyote, but would fall far behind a wolf or a Burmese python, a new study finds.

  54. How a Velvet Ant (Which Is a Wasp) Got Its White Fluff Science, Yesterday

    The thistledown velvet ant (which is actually a wasp) resembles creosote fuzz. But mimicry isn’t the reason, a new study suggests.

  55. Who Bears Witness to a Hidden Epidemic? Op Ed, Yesterday

    We know domestic violence is spiking under lockdown — we just don’t know the details. Here are women who do.

  56. The surge in virus cases puts auto production at risk again. Business, Yesterday

  57. Poland’s Presidential Election Was Close but Voters Remain Far Apart Foreign, Yesterday

    President Andrzej Duda won a narrow victory after a bitter, polarizing campaign that tore at the social fabric of the country. The results are likely to be challenged in the Supreme Court.

  58. Texas Republican Primary Runoff Election Results: 35th Congressional District Interactive, Yesterday

  59. Texas Republican Primary Runoff Election Results: 18th Congressional District Interactive, Yesterday

  60. Alabama Republican Primary Runoff Election Results: Second Congressional District Interactive, Yesterday

  61. Texas Republican Primary Runoff Election Results: 15th Congressional District Interactive, Yesterday

  62. Texas Democratic Primary Runoff Election Results: 10th Congressional District Interactive, Yesterday

  63. Texas Democratic Primary Runoff Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, Yesterday

  64. Maine Primary Election Results: Second Congressional District Interactive, Yesterday

  65. Texas Democratic Primary Runoff Election Results: 31st Congressional District Interactive, Yesterday

  66. Texas Republican Primary Runoff Election Results: 16th Congressional District Interactive, Yesterday

  67. Texas Primary Runoff Election Results: 17th Congressional District Interactive, Yesterday

  68. Alabama Primary Runoff Election Results: First Congressional District Interactive, Yesterday

  69. Texas Republican Primary Runoff Election Results: 20th Congressional District Interactive, Yesterday

  70. Texas Republican Primary Runoff Election Results: 22nd Congressional District Interactive, Yesterday

  71. Texas Republican Primary Runoff Election Results: 23rd Congressional District Interactive, Yesterday

  72. The Administration Retreated on Student Visas, but the Battle Isn’t Over Op Ed, Yesterday

    The international scholars the administration was threatening to send home are vital to American innovation and competitiveness.

  73. Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today Parenting, Yesterday

    The Trump administration has ordered hospitals to bypass the C.D.C. with key virus data. Critics are sounding alarm bells.

  74. Should We Even Care About Trump’s Taxes? Op Ed, Yesterday

    Finally, eventually, the president’s tax returns might be made public. Does it even matter anymore?

  75. Seeing Native Americans Nowhere, and Everywhere Culture, Yesterday

    As Washington’s professional football team retires a team name, a curator at the National Museum of the American Indian talks about our attachment to Native American imagery.

  76. Jay Riffe, Spearfishing King, Is Dead at 82 Obits, Yesterday

    He became a champion in sport fishing while in his 20s and went on to found a leading company in the manufacture of spearfishing and diving gear.

  77. Abraham Vega, 48, ‘Peacemaking’ Texas Sheriff, Dies Obits, Yesterday

    Remarried, likely to win re-election in November, he was embarking on a second act when he died of the novel coronavirus.

  78. Mondaire Jones Rides Insurgent Wave to a House Primary Win in N.Y. Metro, Yesterday

    Mr. Jones is likely to become among the first openly gay African-American members of Congress.

  79. Student Visas, China, Cake Memes: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

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

  80. Tiger Woods Returns, Without Roars Sports, Yesterday

    After a five-month PGA Tour layoff, Woods will try to adjust to competing without his usual throng of spectators at the Memorial Tournament this weekend. “It’s just a silent and different world.”

  81. Judge, Expressing Skepticism, Upends $25 Million Harvey Weinstein Settlement Investigative, Yesterday

    The judge questioned whether the women involved in the proposed agreement constituted a legal class. He also said a proposal to pay out $12 million toward legal fees for the producer and his former company directors was “obnoxious.”

  82. Dunford Bows Out of Search for Virus Oversight Chair, Leaving it Leaderless Washington, Yesterday

    Three months after Congress created a bipartisan oversight board to scrutinize the handling of hundreds of billions of dollars in pandemic relief, it remains hobbled by the lack of a chairman.

  83. Banks stockpile billions as they prepare for things to get worse. Business, Yesterday

  84. Three Marines, Now Focus of Russian Bounties Investigation, Show the Costs of an Endless War Washington, Yesterday

    The U.S. mission in Afghanistan is now described as training, advising and assisting Afghan troops. But American forces are still patrolling areas that are as deadly as they were in 2001.

  85. Global Methane Emissions Reach a Record High Climate, Yesterday

    Scientists expect emissions, driven by fossil fuels and agriculture, to continue rising rapidly.

  86. German Court Says Tesla Self-Driving Claims Are Misleading Business, Yesterday

    A ruling by a state court contradicts Elon Musk’s bullish view of autonomous driving technology.

  87. Egyptian Dissident Battles Extradition in Spanish Court Foreign, Yesterday

    Mohamed Ali made videos critical of Egypt’s government, touching off protests. Now he is a target of that government, as President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt pushes to silence critics abroad.

  88. New Data Shows an ‘Extraordinary’ Rise in U.S. Coastal Flooding Climate, Yesterday

    Rising seas are bringing water into communities at record rates, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Tuesday.

  89. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, Yesterday

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  90. University of Texas Won’t Drop Song With Racist History as Players Requested Express, Yesterday

    “The Eyes of Texas,” once sung at minstrel shows, will remain a campus anthem at the University of Texas at Austin, the school announced on Monday.

  91. Live Alabama Senate Runoff Results: Sessions vs. Tuberville Interactive, Yesterday

  92. Live: Alabama State Primary Runoff Election Results 2020 Interactive, Yesterday

    Detailed results and maps from the Alabama primary runoff election.

  93. Live Primary Election Results: Races in Alabama, Maine and Texas Interactive, Yesterday

    Get the latest primary results from Alabama, Maine and Texas.

  94. Ireland Has a New Coronavirus Fear: Americans Who Flout Quarantine Foreign, Yesterday

    The government is under fire for not enforcing the rule that people arriving self-isolate for 14 days. With the pandemic still raging in the United States, concern has focused on Americans.

  95. Strains Show in Russia’s Make-Believe Politics Foreign, Yesterday

    The nationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky has been forced to disavow protests over the arrest of a governor from his own party, underscoring growing domestic volatility.

  96. Telluride Film Festival Cancels 2020 Edition Due to the Pandemic Culture, Yesterday

    Organizers cited the “the national chaos” around the coronavirus surge. The event is considered a crucial date on the awards-season calendar.

  97. Bari Weiss Resigns From New York Times Opinion Post Business, Yesterday

    In a letter posted online Tuesday, she cites “bullying by colleagues” and an “illiberal environment.”

  98. The I.R.S. wants the stimulus money it sent to dead people back. Business, Yesterday

  99. From Rep. Carolyn Maloney: Please Fill Out the Census Letters, Yesterday

    The New York Democrat cautions against a substantial loss of funding if people don’t take the time to respond. Also: The unending war in Afghanistan; pass a minimum-wage bill.

  100. U.S.-China Tensions, Huawei, Student Visas: Your Wednesday Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

    Here’s what you need to know.

  101. Ghislaine Maxwell Is Denied Bail by Judge Who Calls Her a Flight Risk Metro, Yesterday

    The longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein has been charged with helping him recruit, groom and ultimately sexually abuse girls as young as 14.

  102. For a New Series, Black Artists in Dance Tell Their Stories Culture, Yesterday

    This week’s standout livestreams in dance: revisiting “Relations” and early Trisha Brown, and working out with Viva Soudan.

  103. Radio Host Loses Her Show Over English-Only Rant Express, Yesterday

    The host, Dianna Ploss, filmed herself telling landscape workers to speak English. She later said she considered the criticism of her remarks “a badge of honor.”

  104. A Media Critic Focuses on the Crisis in Local News Business, Yesterday

    Margaret Sullivan recalls her years as public editor of The New York Times and her time as the first woman to lead The Buffalo News.

  105. Make Your Own Printer’s Hat At Home, Yesterday

    All the news that’s fit to cover your cranium.

  106. Tom Bergeron Is Out as ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Host After 15 Years Culture, Yesterday

    The longtime host and his co-host, Erin Andrews, were let go by ABC, which said it had plans to take the show in a new direction.

  107. Catch up: Here’s what else is happening. Business, Yesterday

  108. The ‘Sex Talk’ Is Actually a Series of Talks Summary, Yesterday

    Several psychologists and sexual health experts offer ways to make conversations about sex informative and comfortable for children and parents.

  109. Tiny Love Stories: ‘We Gave Up, but Her Hair Didn’t’ Styles, Yesterday

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

  110. Turkey’s Islamist Dream Finally Becomes a Reality Op Ed, Yesterday

    The Hagia Sophia has been designated as a mosque again, its status as a museum viewed for decades as a seal on the country’s spirit.

  111. The Specter of Caste in Silicon Valley Op Ed, Yesterday

    Indian immigrants from Dalit backgrounds are rising up against caste discrimination at their workplaces in the United States.

  112. Thereza de Orléans e Bragança, Brazilian Society Doyenne, Dies at 93 Obits, Yesterday

    Once called “the best dressed woman in Rio de Janeiro” by Life magazine, she was an “old money” style-setter in the 1950s and ’60s before marrying into Brazilian royalty.

  113. Why Alabama’s Senate Race Is the Most Negative in the Country Politics, Yesterday

    Neither candidate has aired a positive ad since February in a campaign where both candidates are trying to appeal to the brand of politics popularized by President Trump.

  114. Baby Was Infected With Coronavirus in Womb, Study Reports Science, Yesterday

    Researchers said the case strongly suggests that Covid-19 can be transmitted in utero. Both the mother and baby have recovered.

  115. The Flu May Linger in the Air, Just Like the Coronavirus Science, Yesterday

    As scientists race to understand how coronavirus aerosols may spread indoors, a new study on influenza offers some clues.

  116. Former V.A. Nursing Assistant Pleads Guilty in Deaths of 7 Patients Express, Yesterday

    Prosecutors said Reta Mays, who worked at a hospital in West Virginia, administered fatal doses of insulin to veterans.

  117. A Fed governor warns a second virus wave could reignite market turmoil. Business, Yesterday

  118. ‘Dateline-Saigon’ Review: Challenging the Official Story Weekend, Yesterday

    This documentary focuses on five reporters who covered the early years of the Vietnam War.

  119. Aide Posts Cartoon Mocking Fauci as White House Denies Undermining Him Washington, Yesterday

    Dan Scavino, one of the president’s closest advisers, shared the cartoon by Ben Garrison, an alt-right artist who has been criticized for anti-Semitic imagery.

  120. Seeing Native Americans Nowhere, and Everywhere Culture, Yesterday

    As Washington’s professional football team retires a team name, a curator at the National Museum of the American Indian talks about our attachment to Native American imagery.

  121. Billboard Tweaks, but Doesn’t Repeal, a Chart Rule Over Album ‘Bundles’ Culture, Yesterday

    The main arbiter of commercial popularity in music has struggled to adapt its methods to reflect the way listeners behave today without alienating major artists and labels.

  122. Delle Donne’s Opt-Out Request Is Denied Sports, Yesterday

    A medical waiver would have allowed the 2019 W.N.B.A. most valuable player, who has struggled with Lyme disease for more than a decade, to skip the abbreviated season with pay.

  123. How to Fight Health ‘Cures’ Online News Desk, Yesterday

    Junk health information that preys on people’s fears spreads online. Here’s how we can stamp it out.

  124. You’d Rather Get a Coronavirus Vaccine Through Your Nose Science, Yesterday

    Some experts say a vaccine puffed in the nose would be better at protecting people from infection. But nasal vaccines won’t be ready right away.

  125. Fui a Texas a cubrir el coronavirus desde casa. Luego mi familia se enfermó en Español, Yesterday

    Edgar Sandoval sabía que estaba bien preparado para informar sobre la propagación del coronavirus desde su hogar familiar en la frontera entre Texas y México. Poco podía imaginar lo que encontraría.

  126. Several retailers are ending “hero pay” raises for workers. Business, Yesterday

  127. ‘These Are the Most Critical Investments,’ Biden Says of Climate Plan Video, Yesterday

    Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. unveiled his $2 trillion climate plan for reducing fossil fuel use across the U.S. and creating jobs.

  128. How Facebook Handles Climate Disinformation Climate, Yesterday

    Critics say a company policy that exempts opinion articles from fact-checking amounts to a huge loophole for climate change deniers.

  129. Prepara tu botiquín para el coronavirus en Español, Yesterday

    Preguntamos a farmacéuticos y médicos qué tendrían en casa para cuidar a sus propias familias. Esto es lo que sugirieron.

  130. ‘Hero’ Pay Raises Disappear for Many Essential Workers Business, Yesterday

    Several retailers have ended the pay raises and bonuses they gave to employees as an appreciation for their courage and commitment in showing up to work during the pandemic.

  131. Republicans Said to Be Planning to Move Some Convention Events Outdoors Politics, Yesterday

    With the coronavirus surging in Florida, officials are examining outdoor venues near the arena in Jacksonville, but it remains uncertain how many people will be allowed to attend.

  132. Grappling With How to Reopen Schools Safely Letters, Yesterday

    Readers suggest steps to minimize the risks, including prioritizing younger grades and making use of unused commercial spaces.

  133. Frieze’s London Fairs Are Art World’s Latest Cancellations Culture, Yesterday

    The premiere fairs are off, and a gallery-based Frieze Week looks doubtful because of the “continued unprecedented challenges” of the pandemic.

  134. Biden Announces $2 Trillion Climate Plan Politics, Yesterday

    Joe Biden’s plan connects tackling climate change with the economic recovery from the coronavirus crisis, while also addressing racism. The proposal drew praise from his onetime critics.

  135. The Unconventional Convention Season: A Conversation About the 2020 Election Politics, Yesterday

    Four New York Times political reporters provide their insights in a live discussion with Julián Castro. Watch it here.

  136. California Man Is Accused of Driving Into a Group of Black People Express, Yesterday

    Prosecutors have accused Dennis Wyman of a hate crime, saying he hit an off-duty security guard with his car in Torrance, Calif., last month.

  137. Meet This Popular Essential Worker. And Give Her a Scratch Behind the Ear. Parenting, Yesterday

    Children in the hospital lost many of their activities during Covid-19. More than ever, they rely on the contact and comfort of therapy dogs.

  138. U.K. Bars Huawei as Tech Battle Between China and the West Escalates Business, Yesterday

    Banning the use of the Chinese tech giant’s equipment in high-speed wireless infrastructure is a major reversal by Prime Minister Boris Johnson — and a big victory for the Trump administration.

  139. C.D.C. Employees Accuse Agency of ‘Toxic Culture of Racial Aggressions’ Express, Yesterday

    More than 1,000 employees signed a letter criticizing the agency for “scant progress in addressing the very real challenges Black employees experience.”

  140. C.D.C. Employees Ask Agency to Address ‘Racism and Discrimination’ U.S., Yesterday

    More than 1,000 employees signed a letter criticizing the agency for “scant progress in addressing the very real challenges Black employees experience.”

  141. This Pickle Is a Cake Styles, Yesterday

    Welcome to the viral world of hyper-realistic cake slicing videos.

  142. Campaña 2020: las lecciones que nos ofrece un episodio de la candidatura de Trump en 2016 en Español, Yesterday

    Un viernes, el mundo escuchó el audio de ‘Access Hollywood’ donde Trump alardeaba vulgarmente de su trato a las mujeres. Para el domingo en la noche, lo que sería su perdición había comenzado a evaporarse.

  143. A New To-Go Window From an Uptown Fixture Dining, Yesterday

    Takeout from Butterfield Market, a pop-up series by Black chefs, and more restaurant news.

  144. As Training Camps Near, N.F.L. and Players Debate Protocols Sports, Yesterday

    The two sides are working to resolve questions about testing, opting out and revenue loss before the scheduled start of training camps in two weeks.

  145. Massachusetts Sues Uber and Lyft Over the Status of Drivers Business, Yesterday

    A lawsuit by the state’s attorney general adds to pressure on the companies to consider their drivers full employees.

  146. Boeing’s orders for 737 Max dropped in June. Business, Yesterday

  147. The Fight Over the Future of the Democratic Party Book Review, Yesterday

    Thomas Frank’s “The People, No” and Gene Sperling’s “Economic Dignity” offer differing prescriptions for America’s liberals.

  148. After 43 Years, Mossy Kilcher’s Folk Songs for Alaska Get a Second Life Culture, Yesterday

    Observing the wilderness of her home state has always been her passion. But the musician, who is Jewel’s aunt, is also ready to return to one of her original loves.

  149. Hannibal Buress Meets the Moment Culture, Yesterday

    In ways large and small, the stand-up’s new special, released free on YouTube, taps into the national mood, once again showing what a talent he is.

  150. Virgin Atlantic secures a $1.5 billion private rescue deal. Business, Yesterday

  151. Virgin Atlantic secures a $1.5 billion private rescue deal. Business, Yesterday

  152. Summer Reading Contest Winner, Week 3: On ‘NASA Names Headquarters After Its First Black Female Engineer, Mary Jackson’ Learning, Yesterday

    Thank you to the teenagers who participated this week, and congratulations to our winner, Chandini, as well as our many runners-up and honorable mentions.

  153. Automakers Are Making Cars, but Virus Surge Puts That at Risk Business, Yesterday

    Some workers are calling on the industry to shut down plants in states where virus cases have increased sharply in recent weeks.

  154. Disabled Do-It-Yourselfers Lead Way to Technology Gains Special Sections, Yesterday

    So long to overhyped innovations. Hello to tech that embeds accessibility into everyday devices.

  155. Andy Samberg Makes Each Day Count With Thundercat and ‘Not Too Much’ Bourbon Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    The star of “Palm Springs,” on Hulu and at drive-in theaters, also puts A Tribe Called Quest and “Queer Eye” on his list of essentials.

  156. Government Carries Out First Federal Execution in 17 Years Washington, Yesterday

    Hours after a 5-to-4 vote by the Supreme Court, Daniel Lewis Lee was put to death by lethal injection in Terre Haute, Ind., for his role in the 1996 murder of a family of three.

  157. Caught in ‘Ideological Spiral,’ U.S. and China Drift Toward Cold War Foreign, Yesterday

    Relations are in free fall. Lines are being drawn. As the two superpowers clash over technology, territory and clout, a new geopolitical era is dawning.

  158. Going ‘Deep Green,’ Office Buildings Give Back to the Planet Business, Yesterday

    As technology costs have declined, more developers are creating buildings that can benefit the Earth by tackling pollution and save money by producing their own power.

  159. Want More Diversity? Some Experts Say Reward C.E.O.s for It Business, Yesterday

    Only a small number of large companies have tied executive compensation to goals for hiring and promotion of workers from underrepresented groups.

  160. I Went Home to Texas to Cover the Virus. Then My Family Got It. National, Yesterday

    Edgar Sandoval knew he was well prepared to report on the spread of the coronavirus on the Texas-Mexico border. He was going home. Little did he know exactly what he would find.

  161. White House ads about job skills are retooled to reflect pandemic job losses. Business, Yesterday

  162. Government Carries Out First Federal Execution in 17 Years Washington, Yesterday

    Hours after a 5-4 vote by the Supreme Court, Daniel Lewis Lee was put to death by lethal injection in Terre Haute, Ind., for his role in the 1996 murder of a family of three.

  163. The Black Photographer Making History at Vanity Fair Styles, Yesterday

    Viola Davis appears on the cover of this month’s issue, the first by a Black photographer, in an image meant to be a protest.

  164. Citigroup reports a 73 percent drop in quarterly profit. Business, Yesterday

  165. Citigroup reports a 73 percent drop in quarterly profit. Business, Yesterday

  166. Citigroup reports a 73 percent dip in quarterly profit. Business, Yesterday

  167. Wells Fargo reports first quarterly loss in more than a decade. Business, Yesterday

  168. Wells Fargo reports first quarterly loss in more than a decade. Business, Yesterday

  169. Newsom Rolls Back Reopening in California National, Yesterday

    Tuesday: The governor announced that many businesses must close once again. Also: Los Angeles and San Diego schools will be online-only in the fall.

  170. Peacock’s ‘Brave New World’ Is Neither Brave Nor New Culture, Yesterday

    This adaptation of Aldous Huxley’s classic novel, inaugurating the NBCUniversal streaming service, is generic and tame (despite the orgies).

  171. He Changed His Country’s Name. Will North Macedonia Punish Him? Foreign, Yesterday

    Zoran Zaev led North Macedonia into NATO and toward the European Union by altering its name. That could cost him in an election on Wednesday.

  172. 2020 Election Live Updates: Republicans Plan to Move Convention Events Outdoors Politics, Yesterday

    Jeff Sessions hopes to win back his old Senate seat in Alabama, while primary and runoff elections are taking place in Texas and Maine.

  173. Alabama Votes for Tommy Tuberville, and Democrats Name a Challenger in Maine Politics, Yesterday

    A former college football coach defeated Jeff Sessions in a Republican runoff in Alabama, and Sara Gideon will challenge Susan Collins for the Senate in Maine. Key races also took place in Texas.

  174. Delta’s revenue plummets by 88 percent. Business, Yesterday

  175. Delta’s sales plummet by 88 percent. Business, Yesterday

  176. U.K. Bans Huawei From 5G Network, Raising Tensions With China Business, Yesterday

    Banning the use of the Chinese tech giant’s equipment in high-speed wireless infrastructure is a major reversal by Prime Minister Boris Johnson — and a big victory for the Trump administration.

  177. Famous Paintings Go on Show, Without a Canvas in Sight Culture, Yesterday

    The French company behind flashy digital shows of Klimt, Klee, van Gogh and others is bringing fine art to a mass audience. And it’s turning a profit.

  178. Pandemic preparations cut JPMorgan’s second quarter earnings in half. Business, Yesterday

  179. Pandemic preparations cut JPMorgan’s second quarter earnings in half. Business, Yesterday

  180. Big Blank Checks Business, Yesterday

    The specialized deal structures known as SPACs are having a moment, striking big takeovers and raising huge new funds.

  181. Trump’s Convention? ‘Everybody Just Assumes No One Is Going’ Politics, Yesterday

    More Republican lawmakers say they’ll skip Jacksonville: This is your morning tip sheet.

  182. ‘F11 and Be There’ Review: Burk Uzzle, a Photographer Worth Knowing Weekend, Yesterday

    This documentary explores the life of Uzzle, who doesn’t have the name recognition of others in his field, but whose work you’ve probably seen and remember.

  183. Britain’s economic recovery disappointed in May as businesses started to reopen. Business, Yesterday

  184. Britain’s economic recovery disappointed in May as businesses started to reopen. Business, Yesterday

  185. Stocks end the day with a loss after erasing early gains. Business, Yesterday

  186. Stocks end the day with a loss after erasing early gains. Business, Yesterday

  187. Biden’s Big Opportunity N Y T Now, Yesterday

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  188. KFC closes its dining rooms in Florida amid a surge in virus cases. Business, Yesterday

  189. KFC closes its dining rooms in Florida amid a surge in virus cases. Business, Yesterday

  190. ‘I can’t keep doing this’: Small-business owners are giving up. Business, Yesterday

  191. ‘I can’t keep doing this’: Small-business owners are giving up. Business, Yesterday

  192. As Europe’s economies reopen, consumers go on a spending spree. Business, Yesterday

  193. As Europe’s economies reopen, consumers go on a spending spree. Business, Yesterday

  194. Global markets fall as investors try to read the uncertainty. Business, Yesterday

  195. Wall Street set to open higher as banks release financial results. Business, Yesterday

  196. Wall Street is unsteady as global markets tumble. Business, Yesterday

  197. Stocks climb in another volatile day as earnings season begins. Business, Yesterday

  198. ‘It’s Like a War.’ Revisiting Dr. Fabiano Di Marco. Podcasts, Yesterday

    We spoke to a doctor in Italy about triaging care at the peak of the pandemic — and the discharge of his last coronavirus patient.

  199. The 6 Things You Need to Preserve the Summer’s Bounty Real Estate, Yesterday

    If you have a garden or just like shopping at farmers’ markets, preserving fruits and vegetables can be easier than you think.

  200. The 6 Things You Need to Preserve the Summer’s Bounty Real Estate, Yesterday

    If you have a garden or just like shopping at farmers’ markets, preserving fruits and vegetables can be easier than you think.

  201. Orgullo marrón en Español, Yesterday

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  202. A Racial Awakening in France, Where Race Is a Taboo Topic Foreign, Yesterday

    With an eye on the United States, children of immigrants from Africa and the Caribbean are bringing race into the public discourse, in a perceived challenge to France’s universalism.

  203. New York Confronts Second-Wave Risk: Visitors From Florida and Texas Metro, Yesterday

    Gov. Cuomo is worried about travelers from the Sun Belt who are infected with the virus — and about New Yorkers who might let down their guard.

  204. The QAnon Candidates Are Here. Trump Has Paved Their Way. Politics, Yesterday

    The conspiracy theorists accuse Democrats and even fellow Republicans of being beholden to a cabal of bureaucrats, pedophiles and Satanists. President Trump has cheered them on.

  205. After a Trail of Tears, Justice for ‘Indian Country’ Op Ed, Yesterday

    From my elders, I learned that justice is sometimes seven generations away or more — and inevitable.

  206. Why We’re Losing the Battle With Covid-19 Magazine, Yesterday

    The escalating crisis in Texas shows how the chronic underfunding of public health has put America on track for the worst coronavirus response in the developed world.

  207. I Don’t Want to Spread Covid-19. Can I Sit Out the Protests? Magazine, Yesterday

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  208. New & Noteworthy, From French Pancakes to a Bipartisan Road Trip Book Review, Yesterday

    A selection of recent books of interest; plus, a peek at what our colleagues around the newsroom are reading.

  209. I Didn’t Mean to Adopt a Dozen Pet Snails Magazine, Yesterday

    They aren’t very good companions. But the lockdowns forced us to bond.

  210. How to Mend a Pair of Jeans Magazine, Yesterday

    If threads start fraying, add stitching before the fabric tears. Patching should be your last resort.

  211. After Months of Debate, England Requires Face Masks for Shoppers Foreign, Yesterday

    Many parts of Europe and the United States already require masks in stores, but in Britain the idea has come up against the twin fears of appearing either perturbed or ridiculous.

  212. Florida Breaks Its Record for Most Coronavirus Deaths in a Day National, Yesterday

    The Trump administration backed away from stripping foreign students of their visas. Tokyo raised its pandemic alert level to “red,” its highest, although the caution appeared to change little in terms of behavior.

  213. What to Know About N.Y.’s Traveler Restrictions Metro, Yesterday

    The state is trying to track visitors from 19 states, who now must fill out a form with their travel plans. Enforcing quarantine will still be tricky.

  214. ‘Filthy Beasts,’ by Kirkland Hamill: An Excerpt Book Review, Yesterday

    An excerpt from “Filthy Beasts,” by Kirkland Hamill

  215. Primaries in Alabama and Maine, and Runoff Elections in Texas: What to Watch For National, Yesterday

    Jeff Sessions is fighting for his political life in an Alabama race that will signal the strength of President Trump’s hold on his base. And in Maine, the spotlight is on which Democrat will face Susan Collins.

  216. Primary and Runoff Elections in Alabama, Maine and Texas: What to Watch For Politics, Yesterday

    Jeff Sessions is fighting for his political life in an Alabama race that will signal the strength of President Trump’s hold on his base. And in Maine, the spotlight is on which Democrat will face Susan Collins.

  217. We Can Still Get the Truth From Roger Stone Op Ed, Yesterday

    The Justice Department should vindicate the rule of law by putting him before a grand jury.

  218. G.A.O.: Trump Boosts Deregulation by Undervaluing Cost of Climate Change Climate, Yesterday

    The Government Accountability Office has found that the Trump administration is undervaluing the cost of climate change to boost its deregulatory efforts.

  219. Black Behind the Wheel Travel, Yesterday

    On a road trip to Detroit, reflections on the car as a symbol of aspiration and adventure. But if you’re Black in America, that lovely machine isn’t always a refuge.

  220. Your New Home Office May Be in the Backyard Real Estate, Yesterday

    With more people working from home, business is booming for companies selling livable sheds.

  221. Your New Home Office May Be in the Backyard Real Estate, Yesterday

    With more people working from home, business is booming for companies selling livable sheds.

  222. ‘Gotham Refuses to Get Scared’: In 1918, Theaters Stayed Open Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    With an influenza pandemic and a war on, New York’s health commissioner took an unorthodox stand, declining to shutter public entertainment.

  223. Self-Care for Black Journalists Styles, Yesterday

    In a news cycle filled with tragedy, much of it disproportionately affecting people of color, Black reporters and editors are reimagining coping strategies.

  224. This Year Will End Eventually. Document It While You Can. Styles, Yesterday

    Museums are working overtime to collect artifacts and ephemera from the pandemic and the racial justice movement, and they need your help.

  225. Flour and Toilet Paper Are Back at N.Y. Supermarkets, but There’s a Catch Metro, Yesterday

    Shoppers are accustomed to enjoying an extraordinary variety of choices, but the pandemic has changed that.

  226. She Went to Prison for Killing Her Husband. The Pandemic Set Her Free. Magazine, Yesterday

    Foroozan was one of nearly 20 women held in an Afghan women’s prison for murdering her spouse after years of abuse. “Thanks to coronavirus, I am given a second chance to live.”

  227. Scientists Find an Earthquake’s Toll in an Organism’s DNA Science, Yesterday

    Along a coastline in New Zealand, kelp seems to contain a genetic record of the planet’s geological upheaval.

  228. 10 Theses About Cancel Culture Op Ed, Yesterday

    What we talk about when we talk about “cancellation.”

  229. His Mother Was Neglectful, Drunk and Absolutely Riveting to Him Book Review, Yesterday

    Kirkland Hamill’s memoir, “Filthy Beasts,” proves that the apple can indeed fall far from the tree.

  230. How Are You Telling Children the Story of the Pandemic? Well, Yesterday

    Every child needs a narrative. Here’s what several pediatricians are talking about with their children.

  231. Young, in Love and Trying to Bring Down the Third Reich Book Review, Yesterday

    “The Bohemians,” by the German historian Norman Ohler, recounts the lives of Harro and Libertas Schulze-Boysen, an idealistic young couple, who helped lead the anti-Nazi resistance.

  232. Fiestas COVID para escépticos en Español, Yesterday

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  233. Meet the Man Who Spun the Media, Scammed Followers and Named Himself King Book Review, Yesterday

    Miles Harvey’s “The King of Confidence” recounts the fascinating history of the 19th-century grifter who ruled over a breakaway religious colony.

  234. When Miami Was Awash in Drugs, Crime and Social Unrest Book Review, Yesterday

    “The Year of Dangerous Days,” by Nicholas Griffin, delves into the refugee crisis, race riots and drug trade that dominated the city in 1980.

  235. The Pandemic Could Get Much, Much Worse. We Must Act Now. Op Ed, Yesterday

    A comprehensive shutdown may be required in much of the country.

  236. The Housing Boom and Bust, Seen From the Front Lines Book Review, Yesterday

    In “Underwater,” Ryan Dezember, a Wall Street Journal reporter, reckons with how the 2008 financial crisis changed American homeownership.

  237. Face Masks to Be Compulsory for Shoppers in England Foreign, Yesterday

    The order, set to come into force on July 24, will put England in line with other European countries and with some other parts of Britain.