A reader seeks guidance on shopping for cold-weather hats.
In the mid-70s, thanks to two beloved B movies, she had a moment in the spotlight and enjoyed celebrity status in the Black press.
The president’s woes have delighted Republicans, who have been seeking to rehabilitate themselves in the eyes of voters after the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
Last summer’s collapse in Surfside, Fla., exposed a startling truth: There are thousands of aging condo buildings that could be next — and few steps being taken to prevent another tragedy.
Perry discusses her new book, and Oliver Roeder talks about “Seven Games.”
Mr. Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges in the fatal shootings of two men and wounding of another during a protest in 2020 that was precipitated by the shooting of a Black man by a police officer.
Here are five new and notable songs, including retro-future R&B from Raveena, and the satisfying team-up of Rochy RD and Anuel AA.
Con los cuidados adecuados, tu mascarilla de alto rendimiento puede durar varios usos.
Con los cuidados adecuados, tu mascarilla de alto rendimiento puede durar varios usos.
The combination has roots in Spain — but here the union has a distinct Floridian flair.
What’s the best way to release timely research without letting bad information get out?
This isn’t goodbye.
The Broadway star is writing a memoir with the help of a journalist who encouraged her to share what she’s really like, alter ego and all.
Tanya Sichynsky, an editor at New York Times Cooking, pairs reader requests with database recipes.
He played a crucial role in reinvigorating a neglected area of Western art history, bringing figures from the past to life and connecting lived realities of earlier centuries with those of the present.
Genevieve Ko whips ricotta into the batter and skips the stiff egg whites for a recipe that’s as effortless as it is comforting.
The panel demanded information from 14 people who were part of bogus slates of electors for President Donald J. Trump, digging deeper into an aspect of his efforts to overturn the 2020 election.
Atrapado entre el conflicto armado y una humillante retirada, el presidente de Rusia tiene cada vez menos alternativas.
Israel utilizó el arma cibernética del Grupo NSO como una herramienta de diplomacia. El FBI lo probó para vigilancia doméstica. Luego todo se estropeó. Aquí están las claves de una investigación del Times.
Alas, the Constitution doesn’t always mean what it says.
Truckers from across the country aim to converge at on Saturday outside of Parliament to protest federal vaccination mandates.
Stuck in a CT scan, the illustrator Alison Barnwell remembers the horrors recounted by Fanny Burney, who wrote of her mastectomy in excruciating detail.
Last year, a federal appeals court vacated the initial sentence for the plot, which was featured in the Netflix series “Tiger King.” Petitions for pardons from two presidents have also failed.
The more than 100,000 Russian troops at Ukraine’s border could move throughout the country, officials said, publicly confirming what intelligence analysts have described for weeks.
The comic and commentator discusses his new documentary, “We Need to Talk About Cosby,” and what Cosby’s story reveals about the “two runaway forces of oppression in America.”
The latest news and data from the team tracking the coronavirus.
The Nets, in a move unusual for a championship contender, have turned to their rookies as starters and key contributors — and not just when there were no other options.
This year’s festival featured lots of scares, a parade of bodies (and body parts) and a haunted, haunting postcolonial tale set in New York.
Rich with chicken, leeks and prunes, this cock-a-leekie soup from Melissa Clark is a penicillin of a different order.
Lawyers for the family of Halyna Hutchins filed a petition in New Mexico to appoint a representative who will consider whether to file a suit.
Lawyers for the family of Halyna Hutchins filed a petition in New Mexico to appoint a representative who will consider whether to file a suit.
The Ohio Senate primary is months away, but candidates are already clamoring for attention. That hunger prompted a debate Thursday between a left-wing Democrat and far-right Republican even before voters decide who the eventual nominees will be.
“He seemed to adore me, almost instantly.”
Bringing meditation into your movement can enrich your workout and help you feel clearheaded afterward.
Responses to a focus group of independent voters. Also: President Biden and the economy; Boris Johnson; sanctions against Russia; debtors and lawyers.
Parents are worried, but experts say you can still keep your baby fed and nourished.
The burden shouldn’t be on you to draw boundaries, but you will have to do it.
When restaurants abandon their phone lines, it can make the lives of employees easier but leave diners confused and frustrated — or relieved.
The adventurer Ranulph Fiennes has written a biography of Ernest Shackleton, telling the life story of the famed explorer while also describing his own exploits.
Officials said no one was killed and that none of the injuries were life-threatening. The collapse occurred just hours before President Biden was scheduled to visit the city to discuss the state of the country’s infrastructure.
Young talent has Canada on the brink of its first World Cup berth since 1986. Big ambitions could keep it on top for years to come, and challenge its neighbors to keep pace.
Vegetable-centric meals aren’t just delicious; they’re also incredibly well suited for weeknight cooking.
Justin Peck’s “Partita,” set to Caroline Shaw’s Pulitzer-Prize winning composition, opened New York City Ballet’s winter season at Lincoln Center.
Despite an ongoing legal challenge, New York City is going ahead with a plan for artwork at a new park that will feature messages of social justice, not the statuary some had sought.
The evolution at the N.F.L.’s most important position has been clear even with familiar names frequently making deep playoff runs. Today’s emerging stars are taking on more of their team’s offensive load.
Some dancers recoiled at the prospect of volunteering their services at this year’s Super Bowl halftime show: “You can’t make a living off of exposure.”
The federal agency said an agreement with Verizon and AT&T would enable the wireless providers to expand their networks while allowing aircraft to land safely.
Anthony Roth Costanzo and Justin Vivian Bond brought their gleeful opera-cabaret show “Only an Octave Apart” to the New York Philharmonic.
Or, what’s the matter with Dallas?
Hear tracks by Raveena, the Weather Station, Immanuel Wilkins and others.
The pipeline to Germany would expand Russia’s capacity to sell gas to Europe, which is already highly dependent on Russian energy.
Using a mix of skill and showmanship, the Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios has turned his matches into raucous celebrations.
Your sneak preview of books in translation coming out in 2022, updated each season.
He wrote science fiction, mystery, fantasy and romance novels, collaborated with William Shatner on the “TekWar” books and turned Groucho Marx into a private eye.
Jazlyn Guerra, who goes by Jazzy, has bantered with Alicia Keys, Tom Holland and Jay-Z.
The latest installment in this animated film series replaces nearly all of its celebrity voice performers with close proxies.
“Recitatif,” originally published in 1983 and now available in book form, features a Black girl and a white girl, but Morrison never identifies which is which.
Burkina Faso this week joined a list of countries that have recently experienced military takeovers — most plagued by insecurity, poor governance and frustrated youth. But there’s no one-size-fits-all explanation.
The late-night hosts had plenty of topics to discuss, including the retirement of Stephen Breyer and Minnie Mouse’s new look.
Michael Avenatti and his former client, who has accused him of stealing from her, are meeting for a dramatic showdown in court.
Debido a la inmunización irregular en las poblaciones y el surgimiento de nuevas variantes, es probable que el coronavirus se convierta en una amenaza persistente pero manejable.
The assault was one of the deadliest on Pakistani security forces in recent years and comes at a time of heightened unrest.
A new exhibition at London’s Royal Academy highlights Francis Bacon’s paintings of animals. We showed them to some specialists in their subject matter.
This month’s picks include a grim western teeming with bloodthirsty outlaws, humans fighting an alien invasion and more.
For the ambitious, a transporting Vietnamese breakfast curry. For the exhausted, lots of easy recipes.
How the air fryer crisped its way into America’s heart. Also in this edition: a look at the life of a successful “Jeopardy!” competitor, and more.
Readers respond to recent issues of the Sunday Book Review.
A selection of books published this week.
The economic disruptions of the latest Covid wave have hurt blue-collar workers the most, even as Wall Street profits, rents and home sales are soaring.
Mr. Robbins, who first gave voice to the “Peanuts” character in a 1965 Christmas special, had struggled with mental illness and addiction in recent years.
When Newcastle traveled to Saudi Arabia for a midseason training camp, it did so on a plane owned by a company seized by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
The decision, which could deal a blow to voting access in a critical battleground state, was immediately appealed.
In his new special, the comic claims he has no agenda, but his jokes and stories about poverty cohere into trenchant commentary. Why are themes out of fashion?
The actress, who stars in “And Just Like That,” finds peace at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you.
The case, involving rapes at a shelter for homeless girls, signals a partial reckoning with the government’s responsibility in an epidemic of sexual violence.
At least 10 people sustained non-life-threatening injuries in the collapse, officials said.
People all over the country — indeed, much of the planet — are depending on the central bank to stave off runaway inflation and keep the economy growing. Prepare for trouble, our columnist says.
The company recorded a profit of $5.1 billion as global prices rose.
Employers see the aid as part of a bid to attract workers, especially as the federal pause on student loan payments ends on May 1.
Getting to the bottom of a modern mystery.
The $188 million resale of a duplex is the second-highest price paid for a home in New York City, and leads a busy month for residential sales.
In Monday’s puzzle, “Nye” was the answer to the clue “Bill known as the ‘Science Guy.’”
Overall spending fell for the first time since February as the virus and supply chain issues impacted purchases.
For the first time, digital, audio and other virtual productions will be considered for the honors, for Off and Off Off Broadway works.
The movie is showing after years of resistance to Allen’s work in the United States following renewed attention to Dylan Farrow’s allegations of sexual abuse.
Positive tests at the company are falling as the Met prepares to take a long-planned midwinter break. It hopes cases will be down, and audiences up, when it returns.
Sweetening federal stimulus and AmeriCorps funds with state and local money, the state is cranking out tens of thousands of Youth Service jobs.
Prices are rising rapidly, wages are growing and consumers are glum as a fraught economic moment poses big challenges for policymakers.
The S&P 500 rose 2.4 percent, its biggest one-day jump since June 2020.
The U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces militia demanded that about 60 ISIS militants, still holed up in a prison a week after they attacked it, give themselves up or risk being killed.
In an interview, the filmmakers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller discuss their new Apple TV+ series, a whodunit that has fun with Hollywood clichés.
With enough spray paint, hot glue and successful thrift-store runs, almost any space can look like it belongs on the internet.
The European Union’s two largest economies diverged in the final quarter of 2021.
The exit of SoftBank’s chief operating officer comes as the tech giant faces huge challenges.
A request by the police that a senior civil servant investigating parties in Downing Street during the lockdown withhold details from her report could give the British prime minister time to regroup.
A tale about Israel, Pegasus and the world.
Aunque se vende como un aparato para lograr frituras casi sin aceite, la gente lo usa para hacer pasteles, galletas, ‘costillas’ de maíz y más. Es un negocio de mil millones de dólares.
La mayoría de los expertos están de acuerdo: beber afectará el modo en el que descansas, sin importar tu edad o sexo
Issues in the beef industry that were exposed by the pandemic reflect decades of economic transformation in the U.S.
Las claves de las tensiones entre Rusia y Ucrania, las 13 mutaciones de ómicron, un adicto a los Beatles se recupera y más para el fin de semana.
She interrupted a campaign speech. Jill Biden wanted to keep her.
Leonardo Silva Oliveira, 26, was arrested last week on a warrant out of Palm Beach County for a man with the same name and similar age who was wanted for probation violation charges.
Israel used the NSO Group’s software as a tool of diplomacy. The F.B.I. wanted it for domestic surveillance. Then everything soured. Here are highlights of a New York Times Magazine investigation.
Tasked with guarding a Shiite shrine, a police unit offers a telling snapshot of the Taliban’s rank-and-file fighters and the challenges Afghanistan’s rulers face in governing a diverse nation.
Two of the stations designed by the famed architect more than 100 years ago for the old ‘Consolidated’ railroad have a chance to be transformed for new uses.
Local groups are hoping to rejuvenate two historic train halls that have been off limits for decades.
Lausanne has kept a night watch atop its cathedral since 1405, but it never appointed a woman to the role until Cassandre Berdoz, after a long fight, landed a job that was her “childhood dream.”
The stories of those who died in custody offer an intimate, firsthand look at the crisis gripping the New York City jail system.
Tens of thousands of overseas Tongans, intimately tied to their homeland, are contending with the pandemic, snarled supply chains and limited communications.
A study shows that there is a way to successfully transplant burrowing owls to new habitats when developers build over their homes.
A Times investigation reveals how Israel reaped diplomatic gains around the world from NSO’s Pegasus spyware — a tool America itself purchased but is now trying to ban.
Yes. And Coachella, too. After canceling many major events over the last two years, organizers are going forward in the first months of 2022, though there may be adjustments.
Also, Bevy Smith and Marina Rust share where they have hunkered down this winter.
Data science is unlocking insights about the U.S. slave system, but there is a danger in trying to quantify suffering.
The findings, related to gold mining in Peru, provide new evidence of how people are altering ecosystems in dangerous ways around the world.
To address New York City’s rising gun violence, Eric Adams called on “all of us” to make the streets safer.
Ms. Lightfoot has shown herself to be a blunt orator and unflinching negotiator.
There’s a cost to making kids cover their faces indefinitely.
International bodies and nations appear to have either forgiven, forgotten or chosen to ignore the reasons Syria was cast out from their community.
When your whole filmmaking career has been one of unexpected twists and turns, how do you surprise yourself? Adapt a Shakespeare play.
I didn’t know how my workout had gone, or how I’d slept last night, until I opened the app.
A variety of online tools can guide retirees looking to make the most of this benefit — which many older Americans depend on.
It can be challenging to revive forgotten works like “Antikrist.” But the absence of entrenched traditions can be liberating.
Everywhere Steven Strogatz goes in the city, he sees math.
The life of Smedley Butler shows us that we can’t fix American democracy without reckoning with its military interventions.
In an interview, the Times book critic discusses how she picks what to recommend and describes her reading life at home.
In Sara Gran’s occult thriller, “The Book of the Most Precious Substance,” a rare-book dealer falls under the spell of a powerful 17th-century manuscript.
In this lesson, students will learn how an illustrator created a visual representation of the word “languishing.” Then, they will illustrate emotions they have felt during the pandemic.
Put it in pasta, stews or this thick, creamy coconut curry from Vietnam.
Would you characterize your school as being diverse in terms of the racial and socioeconomic makeup of the student body?
Three debut novels — by Kai Harris, Nikki May and Destiny O. Birdsong — follow female protagonists struggling to find their place.
Did you follow the news this week? Take our quiz to see how well you stack up with other Times readers.
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.
A selection of entertainment options, including a guide to sci-fi films that are streaming now.
Some nations can now envision a near future in which their people coexist with the virus but aren’t confined by it.
U.S. officials see the meeting, scheduled for Monday, as a chance to expose Russia to criticism on a global stage. They expressed confidence that it would go ahead as planned.
Valentino and Fendi explore the canons of couture while Glenn Martens makes a superb debut at Gaultier.
Pressure is mounting on companies to condemn the country’s human rights violations, but executives say the Games should not be politicized.
Settlements, upkeep and lawyers have whittled his $600 million estate to about $185 million. A civil fraud suit in the Virgin Islands could wipe out more.
Una investigación interna determinó que el jefe del programa FIFA Legends había incurrido en acciones de acoso sexual contra una subordinada en 2019. Sin embargo, la víctima aún no sabe si el hombre fue sancionado.
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For the first time, one designer’s work is being showcased — simultaneously — at five major French museums.
Nadal defeated Matteo Berrettini and will play for a record 21st career Grand Slam men’s singles title against Medvedev, who beat Stefanos Tsitsipas in four, sometimes testy, sets.
Trevor Noah joked that Biden will nominate a Black woman to replace Stephen Breyer “because he cares deeply about representation and winning Georgia.”
This word has appeared in 37 articles on NYTimes.com in the past year. Can you use it in a sentence?
The Kremlin’s Ukraine gamble has failed.
South Korea banned the spreading of leaflets across the border last year. Park Sang-hak, an outspoken activist who defied the ban, was indicted this week.
Russia mulls a response to the U.S.
Georgia Gilmore, Alice Waters and Julia Child show kids that food has the power to make our worlds bigger, better and more connected.
Corrections that appeared in print on Friday, Jan. 28, 2022.
Quotation of the Day for Friday, January 28, 2022.
Philip Banks III, now the deputy mayor for public safety, was ensnared in a federal corruption investigation when he was a high-ranking police official.
Bound by strict uniform rules, players like Odell Beckham Jr. and Deebo Samuel are honoring peers with customized T-shirts worn in pregame warm-ups and underneath their jerseys.
In what amounts to a much-needed diplomatic reset, the U.S. is orchestrating the response to Russia’s threatening moves and making sure to include his European allies.
Bryan Terrell Clark, an actor, and Devario Simmons, a costume designer, had a common bond in challenging upbringings. Their relationship was the opposite.
We met on a dating app, where his profile lacked a few crucial details.
Despite differing backgrounds and work schedules — and a series of losses early in their relationship — Rachel Seals and Elliott Averett never bailed on one another.
Stephanie Quintero and Eric Wall found instant attraction when they met while en route to a work conference, but took months to formalize a relationship.
Jonathan Cottrell and Erik Braverman met over piña coladas in Mexico and married at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.
This year’s Australian Open was controversial even before it started. How’s it going now?
A series of incidents in Georgia appeared to be targeting markers dedicated to Black Americans. “This should not be happening,” said Robinson’s cousin.
Snow forecasts are more uncertain than you might think.
Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon want to know what’s for dinner. Is cereal OK with everyone?
Jem Burch makes his second appearance in the New York Times Crossword.
The New York Times examines the case of Nathaniel Woods, who was sentenced to death for his role in the murders of three Birmingham police officers fatally shot by someone else. The documentary is available here for New York Times subscribers in the U.S. or you can stream it on Hulu.
A victory over El Salvador moved the Americans another step closer to a place in this year’s World Cup in Qatar.
The unvaccinated former Alaska governor returned to Elio’s, the Upper East Side restaurant where she had been seen dining indoors on Saturday despite the city’s requirement that indoor guests show proof of vaccination.
A judge ruled that the Interior Department must consider the climate effects of oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico before awarding leases.
With the right care, your high-performance mask can last for multiple uses.
Vice President Kamala Harris’s trip was viewed as more than just showcasing the U.S. presence at the inauguration of Xiomara Castro, the first female head of state in Honduras.
A principios de mes, cientos de expertos y trabajadores de la salud pidieron a la plataforma que tomara medidas enérgicas contra la información falsa y mencionaron un episodio del pódcast de Rogan.
I arrived in a remote part of Syria this week to report on the siege of a prison by the Islamic State.
Ahead of a major five-city show, the artist reflects on the evolution of her practice and her distrust of Amazon.
Once again, risky financial products are being sold to the vulnerable.
Without real streaming alternatives around, a musician’s move to shame Spotify is doomed to failure.
Spoiler alert: It’s Donald Trump.
Going viral has become big business, and a group of ambitious Black creators in Atlanta is challenging the mostly white social media stars of L.A. for influence. Watch full episode of The New York Times Presents, free for Times subscribers in the U.S.
Eight years after Kendrick Johnson, 17, was found upside-down in a large mat in his high school gym, the Lowndes County sheriff decided to reopen the case.
Lawmakers from both parties and interest groups swung into gear to influence President Biden’s choice for the first Black woman to serve on the nation’s highest court.
He insisted that politics do not shape the decisions of justices — an idyllic, even naïve, notion, but one that kept the court functioning for years.
Senators involved in the negotiations underway say the discussions are serious and substantive, but some Democrats remain wary.
The replacement of Justice Stephen G. Breyer with another liberal is unlikely to alter the basic dynamic at the court or to slow its accelerating conservative ambitions.
The United States hosted a virtual meeting of big polluting countries on Thursday as nations struggle to meet their climate change goals.
But ruling is another indication of the difficulty prosecutors have had making the case that traders at a handful of big banks conspired to profit from manipulating Libor, the benchmark once used by banks to set interest rates.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
What endemicity after Omicron may look like.
The airport that Joe Biden once said was more suited to a “third-world’’ country has a gleaming new terminal to show off.