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  1. Another Shooting, Another Gun Debate. Will the Outcome Be the Same? Washington, Yesterday

    Last week’s school massacre in Florida set the well-worn machinery of America’s gun debate in motion. But angry students inject new passion into a stale fight.

  2. Beijing Takes Over Anbang, Insurer That Owns Waldorf Astoria Business, Yesterday

    The troubled Chinese company had spent billions of dollars buying up hotels and other high-profile properties around the world.

  3. As Gunman Rampaged Through Florida School, Armed Deputy ‘Never Went In’ National, Yesterday

    Surveillance video showed the only armed sheriff’s deputy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., doing “nothing” during last week’s deadly shooting.

  4. Mueller Files New Fraud Charges Against Paul Manafort and Rick Gates Washington, Yesterday

    The charges do not involve President Trump or his campaign, but they compound the legal problems for Mr. Manafort, his former campaign chairman.

  5. ‘Teachers Are Educators, Not Security Guards’: Educators Respond to Trump Proposal National, Yesterday

    Many teachers reacted with alarm at the idea they would be trained and armed.

  6. Iran Finally Let Her See Her Husband. He Was Dead. Foreign, Yesterday

    The authorities say Kavous Seyed Emami, a prominent environmentalist, committed suicide in prison. His wife and sons doubt that, and are demanding answers.

  7. Fearing Corruption Probe, Former Mexico Party Chief Moves to Block Arrest Foreign, Today

    Manlio Fabio Beltrones has been implicated in a far-reaching graft investigation, according to documents and testimony reviewed by The New York Times.

  8. Ivanka Trump Arrives in South Korea for Games and Diplomacy Foreign, Today

    The president’s daughter will meet with South Korea’s leader and attend the Olympic closing ceremony, where a North Korean delegation will also be present.

  9. Barnaby Joyce, Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister, to Step Down After Sex Scandal Foreign, Yesterday

    Mr. Joyce, who admitted having impregnated a former staffer, was also accused of sexual harassment and of accepting gifts from supporters.

  10. What Do Jotted Talking Points Say About Trump’s Empathy? Washington, Yesterday

    Consoler in chief has been a role that President Trump has been slow and somewhat reluctant to embrace — especially in contrast to his predecessor.

  11. Justice Dept. to Prioritize Prosecutions for Lying in Gun Background Checks Washington, Yesterday

    The guidance, expected to be announced in the coming days, allows the Trump administration to take action on guns without issuing rules that might inflame gun rights supporters.

  12. As Conservatives Gather, Anger at the News Media Runs Deep Business, Yesterday

    The first panel of this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference took aim at the press, and the attacks did not let up from there.

  13. Question at Murder Trial, ‘Have You Ever Hired a Nanny?’ Metro, Yesterday

    Jury selection in the case of a nanny accused of killing two children in her charge put attitudes toward child care, and raw emotions, on display.

  14. Nasty, Brutish and Trump Op Ed, Yesterday

    America’s gun madness is part of an assault on the very idea of community.

  15. Michael Feinberg, a Founder of KIPP Schools, Is Fired After Misconduct Claims National, Yesterday

    Mr. Feinberg was accused of sexually abusing a female student in the late 1990s. An investigation found the claim credible, though he has denied it.

  16. A Supreme Court Showdown Could Shrink Unions’ Power Washington, Yesterday

    Workers in a small Illinois town are worried that a Supreme Court decision curbing union power would hurt their community.

  17. 10 New Books We Recommend This Week Book Review, Yesterday

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

  18. Gov. Eric Greitens of Missouri Indicted on Invasion of Privacy Charge National, Yesterday

    The indictment comes weeks after Mr. Greitens, a first-term Republican, acknowledged an extramarital affair before he took office.

  19. N.R.A. Chief, Wayne LaPierre, Offers Fierce Defense of 2nd Amendment Washington, Yesterday

    Mr. LaPierre leveled a searing indictment against liberal Democrats, the news media and political opportunists he said were joined together in a socialist plot to “eradicate all individual freedoms.”

  20. Tony Mendoza, California Lawmaker, Resigns Over Sexual Harassment Claims National, Yesterday

    Mr. Mendoza, a Democratic state senator from the Los Angeles area, was facing an expulsion vote. He is the third legislator in the state to resign over sexual allegations.

  21. When Skating Fans Toss Bears and Bouquets, the ‘Flower Kids’ Clean Up Sports, Yesterday

    School-age skaters in charge of clearing the ice are stealing the show at the Olympic figure skating arena.

  22. Equality Still Distant Even as Black Unemployment Hits Milestone Business, Today

    The jobless rate for black workers hit its lowest point on record recently. But even a strong labor market has limits in spreading opportunity widely.

  23. As Donald Trump Jr. Drums Up Business in India, Some Ask What’s Being Sold Foreign, Yesterday

    The president’s son is in India on behalf of the family business, but word that he planned a speech on foreign policy took the controversy to a new level.

  24. New French Plan Aims to Keep Migrants, and Far Right, at Bay Foreign, Yesterday

    President Emmanuel Macron wants to make it faster and easier to expel migrants who are rejected for asylum. But critics say his new law would go too far.

  25. Trump Promotes Arming Teachers With Guns, but Rejects Active Shooter Drills Washington, Yesterday

    President Trump promoted arming specially trained teachers to fend off school shooters, but rejected active-shooter drills to survive a rampage.

  26. The Virtue of Radical Honesty Op Ed, Yesterday

    Steven Pinker is what we need now.

  27. In This #MeToo Moment, Academy Awards Want to Spotlight the Films Weekend, Yesterday

    “The Oscars should be a spectacle,” one of the show’s lead producers said, a sign that the industrywide reckoning over sexual harassment may not take center stage during the March 4 telecast.

  28. Neanderthals, the World’s First Misunderstood Artists Science, Yesterday

    Cave paintings in Spain were made by Neanderthals, not modern humans, archaeologists reported. The finding adds to evidence that Neanderthals were capable of symbolic thought and perhaps language.

  29. Donald Trump Jr. Retreats From Foreign Policy on India Trip World, Today

    A speech in New Delhi was going to focus on “reshaping Indo-Pacific ties.” Now, after criticism about mixing business and policy, it will be a “chat.”

  30. News Quiz: Test Your Knowledge of the Week’s Headlines Interactive, Today

    Did you stay up to date this week?

  31. U.S. Blocks a Chinese Deal Amid Rising Tensions Over Technology Technology, Today

    A maker of chip-testing equipment, Xcerra, said it was walking away from a proposed sale to a Chinese group because of regulatory concerns.

  32. Teaching Activities for: ‘U.S. Women Break Canada’s Grip on Hockey Gold’ The Learning Network, Today

    How did Americans control play in sudden-death overtime?

  33. ‘Jerry Springer,’ Sacred and Profane, Triumphantly Sings Again Weekend, Yesterday

    This divinely wrought, beautifully sung New Group production finds compassion within a very relevant satire.

  34. U.S. Curling Team, Once Called ‘Rejects,’ Beats Canada to Advance to Final Sports, Yesterday

    The United States had never beaten Canada in Olympic competition. Now it has done it twice in four days.

  35. The Case for Allowing Felons to Vote Op Ed, Yesterday

    Every American should be able to cast a ballot.

  36. Why Americans Could Believe the Worst From Russian Trolls Editorial, Yesterday

    What was most disconcerting about the indictment of Russian operatives is what it says about the state of democracy in America.

  37. Person Learning, Today

    What do you think this image is saying?

  38. A Combat Zone, With Desks Op Ed, Yesterday

    Much of what I learned in the Army is horrifyingly relevant in the classroom.

  39. Save Money and Reset Your Financial Life with a Shopping Ban Smarter Living, Today

    A shopping ban may sound impossible, or only for people who can already afford to live lean, but with the right rules, you can do it too.

  40. Rangers Trade Michael Grabner in a Rare Deal With the Devils Sports, Today

    The struggling Rangers continued to break up its roster by sending Grabner, their leading goal scorer this season, across the Hudson River.

  41. Word + Quiz: bullion Learning, Today

    This word has appeared in 11 articles on nytimes.com in the past year.

  42. On Execution Day, Three Killers in Different States Meet Different Fates National, Today

    In a rare move, Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas commuted Thomas Barlett Whitaker’s death sentence. In Florida, Eric Scott Branch was put to death. And in Alabama, Doyle Lee Hamm’s execution was delayed.

  43. What’s on TV Friday: ‘Mute’ and ‘Ugly Delicious’ Weekend, Today

    A cyberpunk movie from Duncan Jones comes to Netflix. And HBO’s “2 Dope Queens” wraps up with the fourth episode, featuring Uzo Aduba and Tituss Burgess.

  44. U.S. Gun Violence Draws Scorn in China as a Human Rights Issue Foreign, Today

    The Communist Party-controlled Global Times said it was wrong for the U.S. to criticize another country’s human rights when it couldn’t control guns at home.

  45. So, You Say You Want to Do the Splits? Weekend, Today

    Thank you for your service, Marie Kondo. Meet Eiko. In her new book, a mega-seller in Japan, this yoga teacher says even the stiffest people can do the splits.

  46. Syria, Winter Olympics, Neanderthals: Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, Today

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

  47. Outsider Art Fair to Expand to Basel Weekend, Today

    The fair, which celebrates self-taught artists, will open up a satellite event in Switzerland during Art Basel in June.

  48. A Future Without Him, Aided by Duct Tape Styles, Today

    A month into widowhood, a young mother finds herself to be the sole protector of her children — and a trapped bird.

  49. Is America a ‘Nation of Immigrants’? Immigration Agency Says No National, Yesterday

    A revision of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services mission statement omits the phrase “nation of immigrants.”

  50. Frederick Douglass’s Fight Against Scientific Racism Op Ed, Yesterday

    He understood that the ends to which science could be used were forever bound up with the moral choices of its practitioners.

  51. Haiti Suspends Oxfam Great Britain After Sex Scandal Foreign, Yesterday

    Two weeks after learning that Oxfam staff members had sex parties with prostitutes after the 2010 earthquake, the Haitian government is investigating.

  52. West Virginia Teachers Walk Out Over Pay National, Yesterday

    Teachers from across the state converged on the Capitol to protest pay raises they say are too stingy.

  53. Speed of Sound Games, Yesterday

    Trenton Charlson starts our solving weekend.

  54. An Embassy, 850 Pounds of Cocaine and Now 6 Arrests Foreign, Yesterday

    The 14-month investigation was triggered by the discovery of $60 million of cocaine at the Russian Embassy in Argentina.

  55. Figure Skating: Alina Zagitova Wins Russia’s First Gold Medal Sports, Yesterday

    In a showdown between two Russians, Zagitova beat out Evgenia Medvedeva to win the gold medal.

  56. The Art and Anxiety of Booking a Hit Comedy Showcase Weekend, Yesterday

    Marianne Ways is a tastemaker in the Brooklyn comedy scene, but putting together a show also requires connections and a lot of persistence.

  57. Free Speech and the Necessity of Discomfort Op Ed, Yesterday

    Journalism under the siege of the perpetually enraged reader.

  58. Say Aloha to Tokyo’s Rising Musicians T Style, Yesterday

    Five of the city’s emerging musical talents in spring’s crop of retro-inspired Hawaiian shirts.

  59. Let the Teachers Teach Editorial, Yesterday

    Even police officers often fail to hit their target when they shoot. How much worse would such an unintended consequence be in a crowded school?

  60. Corrections: February 23, 2018 Corrections, Yesterday

    Corrections appearing in print on Friday, February 23, 2018.

  61. New York City Women Hoping to Ride Wave of Resistance to Elected Office Metro, Yesterday

    Spurred by the #MeToo movement, one group is looking to elect 21 women to the New York City Council in 2021.

  62. Quotation of the Day: Black Lung Disease Makes a Grim Comeback, Even Among Younger Miners Summary, Yesterday

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

  63. Takata Reaches Settlement With States Over Airbags Business, Yesterday

    But the states said they would not collect the $650 million so that victims could get a bigger piece of the company’s remaining money.

  64. Unicef Official Resigns Over His Past Conduct Toward Women Foreign, Yesterday

    Justin Forsyth was accused of inappropriate behavior toward women when he was chief executive of the charity Save the Children.

  65. The ‘Dolly’ Parade Marches On, Now With a New Star Weekend, Yesterday

    Bernadette Peters, sadder but wiser, makes a very different Mrs. Levi from her predecessors in the hit revival.

  66. Right and Left React to the Deepening Divide Over Gun Control Washington, Yesterday

    Writers from across the political spectrum on the divisive debate on gun restrictions in the wake of the mass shooting in Florida last week.

  67. Opening Mental Hospitals Unlikely to Prevent Mass Shootings, Experts Say Science, Yesterday

    Spree killers may be angry and troubled, but few have shown symptoms that would have landed them in mental hospitals.

  68. Elephant Tramples a Refugee Camp, and a Child is Killed Foreign, Yesterday

    Dozens of people were also injured after an elephant tore through the camp in Bangladesh, home to hundreds of thousands of Rohingya.

  69. Former Trump Aide Calls Paris Climate Accord ‘a Good Republican Agreement’ Climate, Yesterday

    In an interview, George David Banks, who stepped down recently, said he also believed Mr. Trump might still be willing to remain in the global climate pact.

  70. Jury Finds U.S.T.A. Liable in Lawsuit Brought by Eugenie Bouchard Sports, Yesterday

    The jury found that the United States Tennis Association was 75 percent responsible for Bouchard’s fall in the trainers’ room at the 2015 U.S. Open.

  71. Billy Graham to Lie in Honor at the U.S. Capitol Washington, Yesterday

    Mr. Graham, the evangelist and presidential pastor who died this week, will become the fourth private citizen to lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda.

  72. New Complaint Made Against de Blasio Over Actions for Donor Metro, Yesterday

    The complaint to the Conflicts of Interest Board by a former official against Mayor Bill de Blasio follows a federal lawsuit by the ex-official.

  73. Blocked by Russia, U.N. Fails to Pass Syria Cease-Fire Resolution Foreign, Yesterday

    The resolution was intended to allow food and medicine to reach a besieged Damascus suburb, where conditions were described as “hell on earth.”

  74. Four Northeast States Pledge to Share Gun Safety Data Metro, Yesterday

    New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Rhode Island will exchange information, like the names of people who have been deemed mentally unfit to own a gun.

  75. Emails Show Percoco’s Influence and Intervention After He Left the State Metro, Yesterday

    Emails from Joseph Percoco, once a top aide to Gov. Cuomo, show how he influenced state employment decisions, even after he left government office.

  76. Subways to Get Station Upgrades, and Governor Gets His Way Metro, Yesterday

    Stations will receive $250 million for lights, USB ports and countdown clocks. The mayor had called the spending unnecessary at a time of crisis.

  77. How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend? Watching, Yesterday

    Activist theater, a superhero spoof and a new series with a superhero pedigree: Options? You bet.

  78. New Museum Triennial Looks Great, but Plays It Safe Weekend, Yesterday

    You say you want a revolution? You won’t find it in “Songs for Sabotage,” which keeps its political voice low and its money on well-made art.

  79. Catherine Wolf, 70, Dies; Studied How People and Computers Interact Obits, Yesterday

    A leader in IBM’s development of a speech-recognition system, she relied on her laptop to communicate after Lou Gehrig’s disease left her paralyzed.

  80. On the Shooting in Florida, Student Activism, ‘Black Panther’ and the Olympics: Our Favorite Student Comments of the Week Learning, Yesterday

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

  81. Syrian Militias Enter Afrin, Dealing a Setback to Turkey Foreign, Yesterday

    Pro-government militias entered the northwest enclave in support of Kurdish fighters to broad welcome from residents, but not from Turkey.

  82. David Zwick, a Leading Clean-Water Advocate, Dies at 75 Obits, Yesterday

    His work as one of “Nader’s raiders” helped bring about the Clean Water Act of 1972, and he helped found the advocacy group Clean Water Action.

  83. N.R.A., Manafort, Syria: Your Thursday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

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

  84. College Endowments Opt for Alternative, and Less Lucrative, Route Business, Yesterday

    The allure of investment options like hedge funds and venture capital remains strong for universities, even though standard stock index funds have outperformed them in the last 10 years.

  85. A Student’s Voice for Gun Control Letters, Yesterday

    A high school student asks, “Is a child’s freedom not more important than another’s hobby?”

  86. Reprieve on a Stopped Train Metro, Yesterday

    Seeking a connection when a familiar sense of dread starts to rise.

  87. A Day of Raw Mourning and Rare Accountability on TV Culture, Yesterday

    Anger and anguish over school violence dominated the news, in part because victims made sure it stayed in the news

  88. Using Our Power to Fight for Gun Laws Letters, Yesterday

    Readers respond to articles dealing with guns as a voter’s litmus test and arming school staff members.

  89. 7 Classical Music Concerts to See in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

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

  90. 16 Art Exhibitions to View in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

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

  91. 14 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

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

  92. 4 Film Series to Catch in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  93. 13 Plays and Musicals to Go to in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  94. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

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

  95. 7 Dance Performances to See in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

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

  96. 6 Things to Do With Your Kids in NYC This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

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

  97. Bank to End N.R.A. Visa Card After Customer Outcry Business, Yesterday

    The First National Bank of Omaha said it would withdraw its N.R.A. Visa card after a barrage of complaints this week.

  98. With Dozens of Schoolgirls Missing in Nigeria, Angry Parents Demand Answers Foreign, Yesterday

    Parents heckled a governor and attacked his motorcade after learning their daughters were still unaccounted for after a Boko Haram attack on a school in northern Nigeria.

  99. Prada: Fall 2018 Slideshow, Yesterday

    The fall 2018 rtw collection.

  100. Toys ‘R’ Us, Seeking Stability, May Close 200 More Stores Business, Yesterday

    The struggling toy retailer, facing pressure from Amazon and other competitors, is looking for a path to financial viability

  101. Florida’s Marco Rubio Finds Himself at Center of Gun Debate, Again National, Yesterday

    The senator has struck an unsteady balance between firmly supporting gun rights and appearing proactive in response to atrocities at home, with mixed results.

  102. Latin American Art Collection to Find Homes in Spain and the U.S. Weekend, Yesterday

    Ella Fontanals-Cisneros, who has one of the largest private troves of the art, will donate some works to the Tabacalera arts complex in Madrid.

  103. A Push to Lift a Ban on Pell Grants for Prisoners Letters, Yesterday

    The Vera Institute of Justice says lifting the ban on Pell Grants for prisoners is a policy that both parties can support.

  104. Sunroofs Are Growing in Size and Popularity. Rules Haven’t Kept Up. Business, Yesterday

    More buyers are ticking the sunroof option box, and carmakers in search of an open-air feeling are making them bigger. Safety advocates see a problem.

  105. Notes From the Book Review Archives Book Review, Yesterday

    In which we consult the Book Review’s past to shed light on the books of the present. This week: John Banville on Dublin and “Ulysses.”

  106. Former Top Nassau County Official Charged With Lying and Obstruction Metro, Yesterday

    The indictment of Richard Walker was the latest against Nassau County officials, including Edward P. Mangano, the former county executive.

  107. How the Air France Strike Could Affect Travel Travel, Yesterday

    Passengers around the world have faced disruptions. Here’s what you should know if you have an Air France ticket.

  108. A Student Is Being Investigated for Breaking Into His School. His Explanation: He Was Sleepwalking. National, Yesterday

    The Pennsylvania school closed for a day, underscoring the seriousness with which potential threats are being treated after last week’s school shooting.

  109. ‘A President I Can Be Proud of’: South Africans Express Their Hopes Foreign, Yesterday

    As Cyril Ramaphosa takes office, readers outlined their expectations and concerns for life under their new leader.

  110. Ex-Arkansas Judge Receives 5 Years for Coercing Sexual Acts From Defendants National, Yesterday

    The former judge had told young men their charges could be reduced if they performed what he called “community service,” according to the Justice Department.

  111. Alex Cora Is the Very Model of a Modern Baseball Manager Sports, Yesterday

    Cora, the Red Sox’ new manager, embraces analytics, can communicate well with young players and has a long history in baseball. His experience in TV doesn’t hurt, either.

  112. A Force for Market Stability Letters, Yesterday

    BlackRock officials write that exchange-traded funds act as forces of stability on high-volume trading days.

  113. $50 Million for the Hammer Museum, and Fresh Energy for Arts Giving in L.A. Weekend, Yesterday

    A thriving art scene is nurturing philanthropy in Los Angeles, and young artists are moving in or staying put instead of heading to New York.

  114. Comedian Going to White House Correspondents’ Dinner. What About Trump? Business, Yesterday

    Michelle Wolf, a stand-up comic and contributor to “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” takes on one of the most prominent — and perilous — gigs in comedy.

  115. India, Donald Trump Jr., North Korea: Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

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

  116. Pair of Killings Tests Hindu-Muslim Unity in a Pakistani Desert Town Foreign, Yesterday

    In the remote town of Mithi, tolerance has been a byword for generations. But a recent influx of Muslim extremist parties is setting everything on edge.

  117. With Florida Shooting Survivors, N.R.A. Spokeswoman Holds Back. With Conservatives, It’s a Different Story. Business, Yesterday

    The spokeswoman, Dana Loesch, spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference a day after addressing those affected by the school shooting in Parkland, Fla.

  118. Making Connections: 50 Teenagers Suggest Creative Ways to Link Classic Texts to the World Today Learning, Yesterday

    An inspiring — and teachable — list of the fascinating connections made by the student-winners of a recent Learning Network challenge.

  119. How the N.R.A. Keeps Federal Gun Regulators in Check Washington, Yesterday

    The A.T.F.’s weakened political position is partly because the N.R.A. has long used its sway to hobble the agency as well as because of a dearth of leadership and resources.

  120. Should Teachers Carry Guns? Are Metal Detectors Helpful? What Experts Say National, Yesterday

    Experts are divided on how to protect students from violence or whether, for that matter, there is anything that can be done to prevent a determined attacker.

  121. Whenever a Russian Athlete Wins Gold You’ll Hear a Golden Oldie Sports, Yesterday

    Russian winners at these Games will hear the unfamiliar Olympic hymn, from 1896, on the medal stand, rather than their national anthem, a penalty for the country’s doping scandal.

  122. The Problem With Broadway Revivals: They Revive Gender Stereotypes, Too Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    Audiences love the classic songs. And producers love filling seats. But in this #MeToo moment, what to make of musicals like “My Fair Lady” and “Carousel”?

  123. I’m a Campus Sexual Assault Activist. It’s Time to Reimagine How We Punish Sex Crimes. Op Ed, Yesterday

    We cannot jail, fire or expel our way out of this crisis. We need other options.

  124. Exclusive Preview: Video of Elsa’s New Ballad in Broadway-Bound ‘Frozen’ Weekend, Yesterday

    The Brooklyn songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez talked about the new song “Monster” in an interview this week.

  125. New York Today: Our City’s Rosa Parks Metro, Yesterday

    Thursday: The 19th-century woman who desegregated New York City’s public transit, colder weather, and Beer Week.

  126. Two Polarizing Issues, Gun Control and Immigration, Have Thwarted Compromise Washington, Yesterday

    Despite strong public support and bipartisan congressional backing for action, deep political divisions on the two issues yielded no deal.

  127. Black Lung Disease Comes Storming Back in Coal Country Interactive, Yesterday

    Hundreds of cases of advanced black lung disease have been found among miners in Central Appalachia, even as the Trump administration begins to review Obama-era coal dust rules.

  128. Complaints About Nursing Home Evictions Rise, and Regulators Take Note Business, Yesterday

    One reason for the evictions, legal advocates say, is that the residents’ better-paying Medicare coverage is ending and will be replaced by Medicaid.

  129. How to Challenge a Nursing Home Eviction Notice, and Other Tips Business, Yesterday

    A list of residents’ rights, along with advice from lawyers and advocates who work on behalf of people in nursing homes.

  130. How I Uncovered Volkswagen’s Rigged Monkey Experiments Insider, Yesterday

    It started with an anonymous informer who gave me hundreds of pages of documents from a lawsuit filed against Volkswagen in the United States.

  131. Emilio Pucci: Fall 2018 Slideshow, Yesterday

    The fall 2018 rtw collection.

  132. Unfiltered and Unpretentious: A New, Old Wave in Craft Beer Dining, Yesterday

    The names may be daunting: zwickelbier and kellerbier. But the results are easier to drink than I.P.A.’s, and gaining ground with American brewers.

  133. A Better Single-Payer Plan Op Ed, Yesterday

    Expand Medicare, but not forcibly.

  134. In ‘The Lodgers,’ Something Wicked This Way Trundles Weekend, Yesterday

    A brother and sister live alone in an eerie ruin that Miss Havisham (and real-estate flippers) would love.

  135. Enough. Give Russia Its Flag Back, Then Make Real Changes. Sports, Yesterday

    The debate over whether Russia gets its flag for the closing ceremony is delaying talk about a more substantive issue: Russian athletes are still doping.

  136. From New Airbnb Plus, Properties With More Amenities Travel, Yesterday

    The brand will offer higher-end accommodations that meet a 100-point quality checklist (kitchens with cookware, plush towels, comfortable mattresses).

  137. Yemenis in New York, in the Shadow of a Travel Ban Metro, Yesterday

    Liz Sanders photographed young arrivals from Yemen, navigating a new country, a culture gap and a lot of survivor guilt.

  138. In ‘Annihilation,’ a Heroic Journey into the Alien Shimmer Weekend, Yesterday

    In the new movie from Alex Garland (“Ex Machina”), Natalie Portman plays a biologist who tries to unlock the mysteries of an extraterrestrial whatsit.

  139. Our Relationship Is Open, but I’m Not Styles, Yesterday

    A newly non-monogamous arrangement leaves a reader sexually stymied.

  140. Anatomy of a Scene | ‘Annihilation’ Video, Yesterday

    Alex Garland narrates a scene from his film featuring Natalie Portman, Tessa Thompson, Gina Rodriguez, Tuva Novotny and Jennifer Jason Leigh.

  141. U.S. Says Troops Can Stay in Syria Without New Authorization Washington, Yesterday

    Even after ISIS is substantially defeated, the Trump administration will allow troops remain in Syria indefinitely without new congressional authorization.

  142. At Belarussian Xata, Hearty Fare to Keep the Spirits Light Dining, Yesterday

    There is an odd magic at work at the Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn restaurant, where the food grows increasingly rich as the meal goes on.

  143. 6 Films to Stream if You Loved ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ Watching, Yesterday

    As with most of Martin McDonagh’s work, “Three Billboards” is ultimately about posturing. If you’re looking for cinematic context, here are six great films you can stream right now.

  144. A Taste of Belarus in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn Slideshow, Yesterday

    There is an odd magic at work at Belarussian Xata, where birch sap is served in tall carafes, unclouded and pure, and the small plates are not so small.

  145. In ‘Every Day,’ Each 24 Hours Brings Another Boyfriend Weekend, Yesterday

    The film, based on a novel by David Levithan, is a love story of an unusual sort.

  146. Goth of the Bay Metropolitan, Yesterday

    The red-breasted merganser is a sleek, speedy seabird with a decidedly punk hairdo.

  147. Margaret Brennan Named Host of ‘Face the Nation’ on CBS Business, Yesterday

    Ms. Brennan, who succeeds John Dickerson, becomes the only female journalist currently serving as the solo anchor of a major Sunday political show.

  148. Immigrants in Prison in Arizona Letters, Yesterday

    John R. Lott Jr., president of the Crime Prevention Research Research Center, responds to an editorial that criticized him.

  149. How the Breeders Finally Learned to Get Along Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    Twenty-five years after “Last Splash” turned them into alt-rock heroes, Kim and Kelley Deal have recorded a new album with the band’s 1993 lineup.

  150. Think Your Commute is Bad? Real Estate, Yesterday

    The best and worst commutes in the nation.

  151. Fosun Triumphs in Bidding War for Lanvin, Troubled Fashion House Business, Yesterday

    The deal was the second Chinese takeover of a European luxury brand in a month.

  152. Homes for Sale in Toronto Real Estate, Yesterday

    This week we visited a four-story house in Parkdale and a one-bedroom condo in Forest Hill.

  153. On the Market in Toronto Slideshow, Yesterday

    This week we visited a four-story house in Parkdale and a one-bedroom condo in Forest Hill.

  154. ‘Monster’ from ‘Frozen: The Broadway Musical’ Video, Yesterday

    An exclusive look at the a new song from Disney's stage adaptation of 'Frozen.' It was written by songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez.

  155. ‘Seven Seconds,’ a Grim Account of Whose Lives Matter Weekend, Yesterday

    This Netflix series, the latest from Veena Sud (“The Killing”), is about a racially charged hit-and-run case. Though heavy-handed, it has a purity of dark vision.

  156. For Vampire Bats to Live on Blood, It Takes Guts Science, Yesterday

    Blood is a very difficult thing to live well on, but a new study of the gut microbes and genomes of vampire bats offer insights into how they do it.

  157. Kremlin Opponent Aleksei Navalny Is Briefly Detained for Organizing Protests Foreign, Yesterday

    The complaint against the Russian opposition leader carries a 30-day sentence, which would conveniently sideline him for the presidential election on March 18.

  158. Fendi: Fall 2018 Slideshow, Yesterday

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  159. Coming of Age Amid Patriotic Training Photo, Yesterday

    Sarah Blesener documented 10 programs that teach patriotic values and military skills to American children and teenagers.

  160. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, Yesterday

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  161. Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn Real Estate, Yesterday

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

  162. On the Market in New York and New Jersey Slideshow, Yesterday

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  163. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, Yesterday

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  164. Leaping Over the Language Barrier Business, Yesterday

    If you want to browse international sites but cannot understand the text, a number of software interpreters will translate for you.

  165. California Today: After Legalization, Dr. Dre’s ‘Weed Man’ Is Thriving National, Yesterday

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  166. At Gucci, Dressing for the Post-Human World Special Sections, Yesterday

    From Alessandro Michele’s cyborgs to Moschino’s aliens on earth and Alberta Ferretti’s female-centric universe, the future is riddling the runways.

  167. Film Study Finds Number of Female Protagonists Down 5 Percent Culture, Yesterday

    ‘Wonder Woman’ and ‘Girls Trip’ may have ruled at the box office, but there were fewer female protagonists than there were in 2016.

  168. ‘El Mar La Mar,’ an Abstract Look at Desert Border Crossings Weekend, Yesterday

    This fascinating experimental documentary concerns migration in the Sonoran Desert.

  169. How to Liquidate a Failing Bank: DealBook Briefing Business, Yesterday

    The Treasury Department wants to increase the likelihood that a failing bank would be forced into bankruptcy, rather than into a resolution process overseen by the government.

  170. In Post-Carnival Trinidad, the Party Never Really Ends Travel, Yesterday

    Port of Spain is known for its exuberant annual Mardi Gras, but even when the Trinidadian capital is not filled with costumed revelers, it remains home to a vibrant arts scene.

  171. Max Mara: Fall 2018 Slideshow, Yesterday

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  172. Would You Swipe Right on Amphibian Man From ‘The Shape of Water’? Culture, Yesterday

    The love story between Sally Hawkins’s character and amphibian man is part of a grand tradition of cinematic human-monster romances. Here are a few more suitors to consider.

  173. ‘Are We Not Cats’ Offers Hair Balls of a Different Order Weekend, Yesterday

    This peculiar indie pairs a soulful-eyed New York hipster with a soul-music-loving woman. He bites his nails, but she has a more unusual habit.

  174. ‘The Cured,’ in Which Former Zombies Turn to New Terrorism Weekend, Yesterday

    David Freyne’s debut feature, set in Ireland, makes the plight of those who were once undead into a kind of allegory of the Troubles.

  175. An Estonian Folk Tale Unfolds in ‘November’ Weekend, Yesterday

    This film from Rainer Sarnet builds a bizarre love story stuffed with supernatural lunacy.

  176. The Week in Good News: The Garlic Girls, Rhodes Scholarships and an African Funk Pioneer News Desk, Yesterday

    Sometimes it seems as if we’re living under a constant barrage of heavy news. But it isn’t all bad out there.

  177. How Our Beliefs Can Shape Our Waistlines Magazine, Yesterday

    Believing in your healthful habits is a healthful habit in itself.

  178. A Life-Threatening Pregnancy on a C-Section Scar Well, Yesterday

    I had a rare and dangerous type of ectopic pregnancy, in which the embryo implanted on the scar of a previous cesarean section.

  179. Greece Approves Bribery Investigation Involving Political Elite Business, Yesterday

    A report sent to Parliament said there was evidence to suggest that Novartis made payments to politicians.

  180. Listen to ‘The Daily’: Students Protest Gun Violence Podcasts, Yesterday

    Demands for gun restrictions have followed one mass shooting after another, but little has changed. This time, the students who survived are leading the charge.

  181. Eating Fast May Raise Obesity Risk Well, Yesterday

    Going to sleep within two hours of eating dinner and snacking after dinner were also associated with obesity, but skipping breakfast was not.

  182. No Time for a Breakfast Soufflé? Try a ‘Soufflazy’ Magazine, Yesterday

    Tricks for turning this notoriously difficult dish into an approachable delight.

  183. Brian Selznick: By the Book Book Review, Yesterday

    As a boy, the author and illustrator Brian Selznick preferred consuming stories on screen: “I usually watched the movies of books I should have read.”

  184. How to Enjoy a Luxury Las Vegas Getaway on a Budget Travel, Yesterday

    Las Vegas has a reputation for being expensive, but you can enjoy the best it has to offer without emptying your wallet.

  185. In ‘The Young Karl Marx,’ a Scruffy Specter Haunts Europe Weekend, Yesterday

    Raoul Peck’s new film is a buddy movie about the founders of Communism.

  186. The Philosopher Who Believed That Art Was Key to Black Liberation Book Review, Yesterday

    In “The New Negro,” Jeffrey C. Stewart recounts the life of Alain Locke: scholar, critic and impresario of the Harlem Renaissance.

  187. New Sentences: From ‘A Futile and Stupid Gesture’ Magazine, Yesterday

    An attitude that feels thrilling in one era may well wind up feeling like everything wrong with the next.

  188. Marco Rubio, Ivanka Trump, Ice Hockey: Your Thursday Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

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

  189. Centrica, Britain’s Largest Energy Supplier, to Cut 4,000 Jobs Business, Yesterday

    Centrica reported a 17.4 percent fall in full-year operating profits, to 1.25 billion pounds.

  190. 36 Hours in Mendoza, Argentina Travel, Yesterday

    The gastronomic scene has been growing by leaps and bounds. And then, both within and beyond the city’s boundaries, there’s the wine: malbecs, torrontés and more.

  191. Rescuing Migrants Fleeing Through the Frozen Alps Interactive, Yesterday

    These volunteers search the Alps at night for migrants who risk their lives crossing from Italy to France.

  192. Extra Doorbells, Satellite Dishes: How Cities Search for People the Census May Miss Upshot, Yesterday

    For cities fearing an undercount, the 2020 census has already started.

  193. A Place With Room to Grow Real Estate, Yesterday

    Short on space in Manhattan — and planning a family — they made the leap to the suburbs. But owning a house presented its own challenges.

  194. Complaints About Nursing Home Evictions Rise, and Regulators Take Note Business Day, Yesterday

    One reason for the evictions, legal advocates say, is that the residents’ better-paying Medicare coverage is ending and will be replaced by Medicaid.

  195. Is It O.K. to Use Family Connections to Get a Job? Learning, Yesterday

    Should a job seeker forswear an unfair system at the cost of not getting the job?