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24 Hours of NYT News
  1. Former Lawyer for Stormy Daniels Is Drawn Into Federal Investigation Express, Today

    Keith Davidson, who reached multiple agreements with Michael Cohen in recent years, has provided certain electronic records to investigators, a spokesman said Friday.

  2. Pressure to Release Comey Memos May Have Backfired on G.O.P. Washington, Yesterday

    The deputy attorney general’s decision to release the memos did little to help Republicans undermine the credibility of James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director.

  3. Michael Cohen Has Said He Would Take a Bullet for Trump. Maybe Not Anymore. Washington, Yesterday

    Roger Stone says Mr. Trump has long treated Mr. Cohen, his lawyer and fixer, “like garbage.” Now he could end up cooperating in a criminal investigation against Mr. Trump.

  4. Hundreds of Immigrant Children Have Been Taken From Parents at U.S. Border National, Yesterday

    The Trump administration says it separates immigrant families only when necessary to protect the child. But the government’s own figures show this has happened in more than 700 cases.

  5. Bernie Sanders Says ‘Trump’s Agenda Is Dead’ if Democrats Win Midterms Politics, Yesterday

    Mr. Sanders, the Vermont senator and 2016 presidential candidate, also criticized national Democrats for not doing more to support liberal candidates.

  6. A New Cuba After the Castros? Not Quite Editorial, Yesterday

    Rául Castro ceded his position as head of state to a longtime Communist Party official. But the Castro family retains its grip on real power.

  7. Beyond Starbucks: How Racism Shapes Customer Service Op Ed, Yesterday

    It will take more than one day of training to eliminate unfair treatment.

  8. Prince’s Friends Fiercely Guarded His Privacy, Complicating Overdose Investigation Culture, Yesterday

    The musician’s close associates, who were fiercely protective of him, said they had no inkling of his painkiller addiction until just before he died of an overdose in 2016.

  9. Central Park’s Scenic Drives Will Soon Be Car-Free Metro, Yesterday

    Mayor Bill de Blasio said the drives in the southern part of the park would be closed to vehicles for good, though the crosstown transverses will remain open.

  10. Democratic Party Alleges Trump-Russia Conspiracy in New Lawsuit Washington, Yesterday

    The lawsuit accuses Mr. Trump’s associates of illegally working with Russian intelligence agents to interfere with the outcome of the 2016 election.

  11. U.S. Investigating AT&T and Verizon Over Wireless Collusion Claim Business, Yesterday

    Complaints to the Justice Department allege that the companies and a standards group worked together to restrict eSIM technology, a cardless way to easily switch carriers.

  12. Gaza Protest Draws Fewer People but Remains Deadly Foreign, Yesterday

    Among four reported killed by Israeli snipers was a 15-year-old boy. Israel’s defense minister said there were fewer people but more “terror activity.”

  13. North Korean Leader Says ‘We No Longer Need’ Nuclear or Missile Tests Foreign, Yesterday

    The announcement by Kim Jong-un came less than a week before he meets with the president of South Korea.

  14. In Life, Money Talks Op Ed, Yesterday

    This weekend, some thoughts on the stuff that makes the world go ’round.

  15. Charges Sought in Eric Garner’s Death, but Justice Officials Have Doubts Washington, Yesterday

    Prosecutors recommended charging a New York police officer, but others question whether the case can be won. Mr. Garner’s gasps of “I can’t breathe” galvanized protesters.

  16. Caution, Babies Voting Op Ed, Yesterday

    Now, all the infants in the Senate aren’t elected.

  17. Easing the Dangers of Childbirth for Black Women Editorial, Yesterday

    Black New Yorkers are 12 times more likely to die from childbirth-related causes than white women. Health officials can do more to save lives.

  18. Natalie Portman Backs Out of Israeli Award Ceremony Foreign, Yesterday

    The latest celebrity to opt out of an event in Israel over disagreements with its government, Ms. Portman cited her distress over “recent events” in Israel.

  19. A Man Set Himself on Fire. We Barely Noticed. Op Ed, Yesterday

    If we can give our newspapers over to gun-toting maniacs for days on end, we can spare some attention for this.

  20. Jewish Power at 70 Years Op Ed, Yesterday

    Israel is a safeguard for Jews, not a vanity.

  21. Missouri Governor Faces New Charge: Misusing Charity List for Campaign National, Yesterday

    Prosecutors charged Governor Eric Greitens with tampering with computer data, a felony. He already faced an invasion of privacy charge.

  22. That Time Trump Felt Up Giuliani Editorial, Yesterday

    The president and his newest lawyer have a history.

  23. When TV Takes Part in Human Rights Abuse Op Ed, Yesterday

    The United States should put sanctions on those responsible for televising forced confessions in China.

  24. How the C.I.A. Is Waging an Influence Campaign to Get Its Next Director Confirmed Washington, Yesterday

    The C.I.A. is making an unusually public push to ensure President Trump’s nominee for director, Gina Haspel, is confirmed.

  25. F.A.A. Orders Closer Engine Inspections After Southwest Airlines Failure Business, Yesterday

    The agency’s order recommends ultrasonic inspections be performed in the next 20 days on fan blades with the most use.

  26. What’s on TV Saturday: ‘The Letdown’ and ‘Indivisible’ Culture, Today

    “The Letdown” puts a comedic spin on motherhood stories. And “Indivisible” follows three undocumented immigrants at the heart of a national debate.

  27. Once the ‘Killing Fields,’ East New York Has No Murders in 2018 Metro, Yesterday

    No one can say exactly why there has not been a murder in a precinct where violence has been too common, and no one knows how long the peace will last.

  28. Yankees Lose to Blue Jays as Sonny Gray Falters Again Sports, Today

    Gray was handed two leads and gave up both of them, lasting only three and one-third innings.

  29. Yoenis Cespedes, After 4 Whiffs, Comes Through in the 12th for the Mets Sports, Today

    Cespedes hit a tiebreaking single with two outs in the 12th inning, lifting the Mets to a 5-3 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Friday night.

  30. That Time Trump Felt Up Giuliani Video, Yesterday

    Trump and his newest lawyer have a history.

  31. The Biggest Stories in American Politics This Week Washington, Today

    From the release of James Comey’s private memos about his meetings with President Trump to developing talks with North Korea, let us catch you up on six big stories from the week.

  32. A Playful Headline. Confusion Ensues. An Editor Explains. News Desk, Yesterday

    Scores of readers, not to mention a few colleagues, contacted our standards desk urgently to point out what they believed was an embarrassing typo.

  33. Pacers Rally to Take a Series Lead Over the Cavaliers Sports, Yesterday

    Cleveland lost for the first time this season after leading at the end of the third quarter.

  34. Corrections: April 21, 2018 Corrections, Yesterday

    Corrections appearing in print on Saturday, April 21, 2018.

  35. Quotation of the Day: Punching Bag for President Now Has Clout Summary, Yesterday

    Quotation of the Day for Saturday, April 21, 2018.

  36. Punch the Air Games, Yesterday

    Daniel Nierenberg drops some science on us in this challenging debut.

  37. Nixon Calls for New York to Fully Embrace Renewable Energy by 2050 Metro, Yesterday

    Cynthia Nixon, who is challenging Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo in the Democratic primary, wants to compel the state to transition to 100 percent clean energy.

  38. At City Agencies, Hundreds of Harassment Claims but No Consistent Response Metro, Yesterday

    The numbers were part of a broader set of data on how New York City handles sexual harassment complaints, which appeared to indicate deep-seated problems across city government.

  39. James Comey Opens Up About Ego, Distrust and More Washington, Yesterday

    The former F.B.I. director was interviewed for “The Daily” podcast. Here are five takeaways from the conversation.

  40. Why Men Quit and Women Don’t Op Ed, Yesterday

    Despite awful weather at the Boston Marathon, women seemed to hold up better than men.

  41. 19 Years After Columbine, Students Again Say ‘Enough’ on Gun Violence Metro, Yesterday

    Young marchers, many not yet born when the Colorado shooting took place, turned out for the third time in two months to protest school shootings.

  42. Defense Says Cosby Was Traveling on Day of Disputed Encounter Culture, Yesterday

    Bill Cosby’s lawyers presented travel records to suggest he was out of town for much of January 2004, but the documents did not cover the whole month.

  43. In Defending Trump, Giuliani Will Lean on His Rolodex and Reputation Metro, Yesterday

    Rudolph Giuliani has not appeared in a courtroom for a while. But as President Trump’s new lawyer, he most likely will not have to.

  44. Richard Oldenburg, Who Led MoMA’s Expansion and Drew Crowds, Dies at 84 Culture, Yesterday

    A director brought blockbuster exhibitions of Picasso, Matisse and Cézanne — along with a steady hand — to a Museum of Modern Art that doubled its size.

  45. Tesla Factory Safety Under Scrutiny After Worker Is Injured Business, Yesterday

    Days after a news report focused on conditions at the plant, a California agency said it was investigating an episode that left a millwright’s jaw broken.

  46. Suspects in Attack on Ex-Spy Are in Russia, U.K. Newspaper Reports Foreign, Yesterday

    Investigators identified the suspects by scanning flight manifests for passengers entering and exiting Britain, The Daily Telegraph reported. The police would not confirm the report.

  47. First, Final Exams. Then, Hopefully, the Stanley Cup Finals. Sports, Yesterday

    The Bruins’ Ryan Donato remains a student at Harvard as the team continues its N.H.L. playoff run.

  48. Now Batting in Class AA: Biggio, Bichette and Guerrero Sports, Yesterday

    The sons of three former big league stars play together for the New Hampshire Fisher Cats.

  49. Sanctions Are Hurting North Korea. Can They Make Kim Give In? Foreign, Yesterday

    The isolated North is finding ways to cope with tough new penalties. Is the economic pressure enough to get Kim Jong-un to give up his weapons?

  50. U.S. Human Rights Report Labels Russia and China Threats to Global Stability Washington, Yesterday

    The State Department report, which this year underwent significant alterations that reflected the change in administrations, also reproached Iran and North Korea.

  51. ‘They Were Never Going to Let Me Be President’ Op Ed, Yesterday

    Covering Hillary Clinton’s campaign from before it started to the very last moment.

  52. In the N.B.A., a Game of Clothes Horse Styles, Yesterday

    Arena arrivals have long been a fashion runway for N.B.A. superstars. But before a playoff game on Friday, the Cleveland Cavaliers took things to a new level, wearing coordinated ensembles by the designer Thom Browne.

  53. Kirk Simon, Oscar-Winning Documentarian, Dies at 63 Obits, Yesterday

    Mr. Simon won an Academy Award for “Strangers No More,” about a diverse school in Israel, and directed HBO’s “Masterclass,” in which luminaries became teachers.

  54. Prince Investigation Files Interactive, Yesterday

    The Carver County sheriff's office released documents on the investigation surrounding Prince's overdose death.

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  56. Allison Mack of ‘Smallville’ Is Charged With Sex Trafficking Metro, Yesterday

    The actress helped gain recruits for a group called Nxivm, which promoted itself as helping women but that forced them to have sex with its leader, federal prosecutors said.

  57. Joan Konner, TV Producer and Journalism Dean, Dies at 87 Obits, Yesterday

    Ms. Konner worked for NBC and PBS, teamed up with Bill Moyers, won 16 Emmys and was the first woman to lead Columbia’s graduate school.

  58. Michael Cohen, North Korea, Avicii: Your Friday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

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

  59. Gender Letter: Moms, They Get the Job Done National, Yesterday

    From Senator Tammy Duckworth to Beyoncé, working moms get the job done. But their labor is often invisible.

  60. Why You Should Hire a Financial Planner, Even if You’re Not Rich Smarter Living, Yesterday

    Now that tax time has passed, give yourself a financial fresh start and get some help to make the right money moves for next year.

  61. 6 Takeaways From the James Comey Memos Washington, Yesterday

    The memos written by the former F.B.I. director James B. Comey paint a revealing portrait of his interactions with President Trump.

  62. Can You Guess What America Will Look Like in 10,000 Years? A Quiz Interactive, Yesterday

    Climate change could radically reshape our world.

  63. What Happened to Matthew Mellon Styles, Yesterday

    A proud father. A brilliant friend. Lucky in love. Inherited wealth. And an opioid addict, dead at 54.

  64. Cynthia Nixon Can Save the Democrats (From Themselves) Op Ed, Yesterday

    If New York’s left can keep Andrew Cuomo from striding onto the national stage posing as a progressive, we can send the party a message it needs to hear.

  65. The Politically Incorrect Randa Jarrar Op Ed, Yesterday

    Campus free speech is threatened on the left as well as the right.

  66. The Insanity at the Gaza Fence Opinion, Yesterday

    Israel has the right to defend its borders, but not to use lethal force against unarmed protesters.

  67. California Today: Shabbat at a Wendy’s in Palm Desert National, Yesterday

    Friday: A new Sabbath tradition, outrage over a police killing in a Walmart parking lot, the enigma of Senator Kamala Harris and the NorCal origins of the 4/20 code.

  68. Avicii, Electronic Dance Music Producer and D.J., Is Dead at 28 Express, Yesterday

    Tim Bergling, who worked with pop stars like Madonna and Coldplay under the stage name Avicii, was found dead in Muscat, Oman.

  69. Ask Roxane: I’m Outraged, but Failing at Activism. Why? Op Ed, Yesterday

    You aren’t indifferent to the current state of the world. You are human.

  70. Electric Scooters Are Causing Havoc. This Man Is Shrugging It Off. Business, Yesterday

    Travis VanderZanden, chief executive of electric scooter start-up Bird, is unperturbed by how San Francisco and other cities are in an uproar over the dockless vehicles.

  71. Gaza: The Lesser Child of Israel’s Occupation Op Ed, Yesterday

    Israelis barely talk about Gaza, yet it is one of Zionism’s greatest victims.

  72. Term of Affection? Ethnic Slur? Theater Union Decides That ‘Gypsy’ Must Go. Culture, Yesterday

    While performers who go from show to show embrace the identity, Actors’ Equity has decided that a ceremony celebrating them needs to be renamed.

  73. Open Thread: Let’s Talk About History Styles, Yesterday

    News in style books, answering a reader’s questions about trends and remembering the tragic Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh.

  74. From Janitor to Chief Justice: Could Joaquim Barbosa be Brazil’s Next President? Foreign, Yesterday

    Brazil’s first black Supreme Court justice, a newcomer to politics, has emerged as a central figure in a race he has yet to formally join.

  75. Arizona Teachers Vote in Favor of Statewide Walkout National, Yesterday

    The teacher protests over low pay and school budget cuts have spread to Arizona, where years of education budget cuts have frustrated teachers and parents.

  76. D.E.A. Is Investigating a Former Agent on Misconduct Allegations Washington, Yesterday

    The accusations against the agent, who had been stationed in Colombia, could make it harder for U.S. officials to earn the trust of confidential informants in the shadowy world of drug trafficking.

  77. 6 Things T Editors Like Right Now T Style, Yesterday

    A by-no-means-exhaustive list of the things our editors (and a few contributors) find interesting on a given week.

  78. Museums Shake Things Up by Mixing Old and New Culture, Yesterday

    By placing old master paintings alongside contemporary art, curators hope to make us look at both differently.

  79. India’s A.T.M.s Are Running Out of Cash. Again. Business, Yesterday

    The shortage, caused by government policies, poses a challenge for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was also responsible for India’s last cash crisis.

  80. Ethicists Call for More Scrutiny of ‘Human-Challenge’ Trials Science, Yesterday

    A vaccine study in which subjects are to be deliberately infected with Zika is on pause after ethicists said it had “insufficient value.”

  81. Pop’s Category Killers, From Live Nation to Spotify, Under the Microscope Culture, Yesterday

    In recent weeks, the businesses that present music to the public have undergone major shifts.

  82. Nicaragua Roiled by Protests Over Social Security Benefits Foreign, Yesterday

    At least three people, including a police officer, have been killed in three days of sometimes violent demonstrations.

  83. DeVos Education Dept. Begins Dismissing Civil Rights Cases in Name of Efficiency Washington, Yesterday

    The department has begun dismissing civil rights cases brought by “serial” complainants or those that place “an unreasonable burden” on resources.

  84. Making Her Own Way, Nearly 100 Years Later Sunday Business, Yesterday

    Simone Reggie, owner of Simone’s Market in New Orleans, is a rising star on the city’s food scene, following a family tradition.

  85. What a Scientist Learned From Studying the ‘Synchronized Swimming of Sea Monkeys’ Science, Yesterday

    Tiny crustaceans complete a massive daily vertical migration in the world’s oceans. New research suggests their commute may play an important role in the health of the planet.

  86. Nobel Panel Admits Inquiry Found Sexual Misconduct, but Nothing Illegal Foreign, Yesterday

    Charges against Jean-Claude Arnault, a cultural arbiter, have rocked the Swedish Academy. It is forwarding to the police some results of its investigation.

  87. Trailer: ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Video, Yesterday

    A preview of the film.

  88. Advice on Sketchy Surgery Letters, Yesterday

    A doctor urges getting a second opinion or having the procedure done in a large hospital.

  89. Voices and Pictures From the Student Walkouts: ‘We Deserve to Live Without Fear’ National, Yesterday

    Students left their classrooms on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting. Here’s what they had to say about gun control and why they are protesting.

  90. Choosing Whether to Have a Child With Down Syndrome Letters, Yesterday

    Readers discuss the challenges and the joys of parenting a special-needs child.

  91. Breast-Feeding and Legislating Letters, Yesterday

    A reader suggests that not much has changed in the 40 years since she was in the New Hampshire Legislature.

  92. Bela and Martha Karolyi, Former Gymnastics Coaches, Deny Knowing About Nassar’s Abuse Sports, Yesterday

    The Karolyis, who coached the women’s team to Olympic glory, said that the revelations of rampant sexual abuse had an explosive impact on the sport.

  93. Rudolph Giuliani Joins Trump’s Legal Team Letters, Yesterday

    A reader criticizes the former New York City mayor for “casting his fate with the most reactionary and anti-New York president in modern memory.”

  94. A Street Named for Dr. King Letters, Yesterday

    A reader suggests a plan to attract families and businesses to a street in Kansas City, Mo., named for the civil rights hero.

  95. Carolyn Jacobson, Champion of Women’s Union Rights, Dies at 67 Obits, Yesterday

    She helped place equal rights and health and social issues of particular concern to women workers on the agenda of organized labor.

  96. ‘The Daily’ Transcript: Interview With James Comey Washington, Yesterday

    Days after the release of his book, “A Higher Loyalty,” the former F.B.I. director was interviewed by Michael Barbaro, the host of “The Daily” podcast.

  97. With Albany Balance of Power at Stake, 2 Women Vie for Senate Seat Metro, Yesterday

    A special election on Tuesday will help determine whether Democrats or Republicans control the Senate chamber, where the margin is razor thin.

  98. Jo Nesbo Reimagines ‘Macbeth’ Book Review, Yesterday

    James Shapiro discusses Nesbo’s new novel, and Leila Slimani talks about “The Perfect Nanny.”

  99. Bristling Energy: The Best Classical Music Moments of the Week Culture, Yesterday

    Mozart, “Candide” and the music Pulitzer were among the highlights.

  100. A Spanish Stage Provocateur Makes a Blood-Dripping Debut Culture, Yesterday

    New York-area audiences finally have a chance to see Angélica Liddell, a darling of European theaters, in “Esta Breve Tragedia” at Peak Performances.

  101. A Canadian Terrorism Disclosure on a Times Podcast: the Canada Letter Foreign, Yesterday

    In this week’s Canada Letter: a conversation with Rukmini Callimachi about covering terrorism and her new podcast which includes a startling confession.

  102. Jaina Lee Ortiz, Star of ‘Station 19,’ Tries Her Own Stunts Styles, Yesterday

    The 31-year-old actress plays a firefighter in the rare prime-time series with a Latina lead.

  103. This Man Doesn’t Star in Every Australian TV Show. It Just Seems That Way. Culture, Yesterday

    Patrick Brammall, an award-winning actor who appears in some of Australia’s most prominent recent series, is all over Netflix, Hulu and Amazon.

  104. What to Do When Your Old Boss Won’t Let Go Sunday Business, Yesterday

    A worker escapes a bad supervisor by changing departments — but the old boss is still holding on tight. What is to be done?

  105. Read These 3 Books on Government Corruption Book Review, Yesterday

    A look at how Citizens United and a network of plutocrats have shaped the country’s politics.

  106. How the Loss of Union Power Has Hurt American Manufacturing Sunday Business, Yesterday

    The nation’s union leaders once had the president’s ear through seats in the cabinet as secretaries of labor. And then they stopped getting that job.

  107. Earle Bruce, Winning Football Coach at Ohio State, Dies at 87 Obits, Yesterday

    Bruce had the unenviable task of following the revered Woody Hayes, but he compiled 81 victories over eight seasons before being fired.

  108. An Artist’s Modern Slides, Inside a 15th-Century Palazzo T Style, Yesterday

    Carsten Höller brings a dizzying, 60-foot interactive installation to Florence.

  109. Could New York City Parks Be Going Plastic Bottle-Free? Metro, Yesterday

    The City Council plans to consider a ban on the sale of disposable plastic bottles at city parks, beaches and golf courses to cut down on waste.

  110. Natalie Portman Backs Out of Israeli Award Ceremony Foreign, Yesterday

    Representatives cited her distress over “recent events” in Israel, without elaborating. Many took it to mean the deadly protests in Gaza.

  111. Learning to Be Leaders Slideshow, Yesterday

    Benefits were held for N.Y.U. Tisch School of the Arts, the Brooklyn Museum, the DVF Awards and Edible Schoolyard NYC.

  112. A French Honor Not Always for the Honorable; Assad Returns His Foreign, Yesterday

    The Legion of Honor goes to luminaries in many fields — and also to some less-obvious figures. Noriega and Putin have been among the recipients.

  113. Her Start in the Air Force Led to a Surprising Place Sunday Business, Yesterday

    A luxury hotel sales executive started her career in the military, where her wartime job would be to plot possible nuclear, biological and chemical fallout.

  114. For Workers Without Retirement Savings, State-Run I.R.A.s Can Pay Off Business, Yesterday

    A Pew study found that people could use the money in their state accounts to delay taking Social Security benefits. That would lead to higher federal payments.

  115. The Playlist: Prince’s Own ‘Nothing Compares 2 U,’ and 12 More New Songs Culture, Yesterday

    Ariana Grande’s first new music since the Manchester attack, Taylor Swift on a Sugarland tune and the other tracks that caught our critics’ attention this week.

  116. To Be a Star Carlos Acosta Had to Leave Cuba. Maybe His Dancers Won’t Have To. Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    Mr. Acosta, the international ballet star, has started Acosta Danza, a Cuban contemporary-meets-ballet troupe that makes its U.S. debut this week.

  117. Swirling Spring in With the Noodles Dining, Yesterday

    Pappardelle with fresh-from-the-market garlic shoots, peas and pancetta is a perfect expression of the season’s beginning.

  118. A Room-Size Painting Becomes a Cello Concerto About Versailles Culture, Yesterday

    An 18th-century panoramic vision of Versailles at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is the inspiration for a new work by the composer Timo Andres.

  119. A Trace of Novichok on Your Salad? Foreign, Yesterday

    A farmer in Russia has introduced a sunflower oil named for the military-grade nerve agent used to poison a Russian former spy and his daughter in Britain.

  120. A Tart Solution for Sweet Crumb Cake Dining, Yesterday

    Each bite of this cake contains a burst of tangy grapefruit.

  121. Flying Close to Temptation Styles, Yesterday

    A newly married woman fears that her impulse to drink and keep it a secret will become a wall of deceit between her and her wife.

  122. Kangaroo Pelted With Rocks Dies in Chinese Zoo, and Fury Flies Foreign, Yesterday

    Attacks on the animals in southeastern China have unleashed anger and bafflement about the behavior of visitors.

  123. Renaissance Tapestries Are Out. But Today’s Are Having a Renaissance. Culture, Yesterday

    They were once the most expensive variety of art, but old tapestries can now sell for less than they originally cost.

  124. Comic Performers Play It Dark in Netflix Movies Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    In “Cargo,” “6 Balloons,” and “Kodachrome,” actors known for their funny roles hone their dramatic skills in Netflix Original movies.

  125. Two Twisting Towers Come to the Far West Side Real Estate, Yesterday

    The Bjarke Ingels Group has designed towers near the High Line that twist as they rise to maximize views of the city and Hudson River.

  126. Ellen Burstyn Honors a Friendship With a Futurist Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    Ms. Burstyn talks about “The House of Tomorrow” and her relationship with Buckminster Fuller, her coming directorial debut and her own #MeToo story.

  127. Two Masters Unite in a Meeting of Musical Minds Culture, Yesterday

    The tenor Mark Padmore and the pianist Paul Lewis brought artful intensity to songs by Brahms and Schumann at Alice Tully Hall.

  128. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, Yesterday

    Put Tejal Rao’s potato-and-radicchio tart, inspired by the pastry chef Natasha Pickowicz, high on your list.

  129. An E.R. That Treats You Like a V.I.P. Business, Yesterday

    Concierge emergency rooms offer faster treatment and personal care to those who can afford it. Some will even walk your dog.

  130. Long Before Cambridge Analytica, a Belief in the ‘Power of the Subliminal’ World, Yesterday

    Decades ago, Nigel Oakes believed it was possible, using science, to influence human behavior on a mass scale. That ultimately led to data mining.

  131. Long Before Cambridge Analytica, a Belief in the ‘Power of the Subliminal’ Foreign, Yesterday

    Decades ago, Nigel Oakes believed it was possible, using science, to influence human behavior on a mass scale. That ultimately led to data mining.

  132. Wells Fargo Pays $1 Billion to Federal Regulators Business, Yesterday

    The fines against the bank settle investigations into its lending practices. They are the biggest bank penalties imposed under the Trump administration.

  133. Last of the Newsies? Metropolitan, Yesterday

    With the help of devoted customers, Ram Badan Singh is still selling papers on the same Upper West Side corner where he began 36 years ago.

  134. Trump Criticizes OPEC, Calling Oil Prices ‘Artificially’ High Business, Yesterday

    The president’s remarks came with gasoline prices at their highest point in three years after an effort by the oil cartel and Russia to restrain output.

  135. New York Today: The Future of Playbill Metro, Yesterday

    Friday: A look inside a changing New York institution, weekend events, and Earth Day.

  136. Columbine. Virginia Tech. Sandy Hook. How 3 Communities Honor Their Dead. National, Yesterday

    The process of creating a permanent memorial to the victims of a mass shooting is often riddled with emotion and conflict.

  137. ‘Yes, I’m Running as a Socialist.’ Why Candidates Are Embracing the Label in 2018 National, Yesterday

    Anger at the outsize role played by wealth has ignited a surge in the number of people who identify openly as socialists, even in red states.

  138. G.O.P. Support Shows Cracks as Scott Pruitt’s Ethics Inquiries Widen Climate, Yesterday

    Powerful conservative lawmakers have begun publicly questioning the E.P.A. chief and insisting on explanations of his travel and security spending.

  139. Inside the Deadlock Over Russia’s Track and Field Athletes Sports, Yesterday

    The I.O.C. wants Russia back. The World Anti-Doping Agency and track and field’s governing body want the country to admit to state-sponsored doping.

  140. Thousands Evacuated in Berlin After World War II Bomb Is Found Foreign, Yesterday

    The 70-year-old explosive, which the Berlin police said had mostly likely been dropped by a British bomber, was found during construction north of the main train station.

  141. Inheriting an Apartment Real Estate, Yesterday

    When a woman becomes ill, one of her first thoughts is to bequeath her rent-stabilized apartment to a good friend who needs it.

  142. G.E. Earnings Show Some Signs of a Turnaround Business, Yesterday

    Despite a first-quarter loss, General Electric reported improving trends in industrial earnings and reaffirmed its profit outlook for the year.

  143. The Golden State Warriors Have Shaken Off the Rust Sports, Yesterday

    Even without Stephen Curry, the Warriors are looking like potential champions again.

  144. Need More Space? Deciding to Fix Up or Trade Up Real Estate, Yesterday

    How four families who outgrew their homes made the decision to stay put and make do, or move out and trade up.

  145. Rachel Weisz Has a Big Surprise Styles, Yesterday

    The 48-year-old actress did same-sex love scenes for her new movie, “Disobedience,” but that’s not what’s about to shake and stir her marriage to Daniel Craig, a.k.a. James Bond.

  146. Party City Offers Ramadan Decorations, a First for a Big U.S. Retailer Business, Yesterday

    With Ramadan, the holiest month in Islam, on the way, many Muslims see the items as a welcome addition to their festivities.

  147. Sale at Heathrow Terminal 1. Everything Must Go. Foreign, Yesterday

    The entire contents of the aged building, which opened in the 1960s, will be up for auction before it’s torn down to make way for Terminal 2’s expansion.

  148. Kevin’s Week in Tech: Jeff Bezos Reminds Tech Who’s Boss Business, Yesterday

    Amazon’s chief executive sent out his annual shareholder letter this week. Our tech columnist recounts what stood out from it.

  149. Getting Your Desktop Windows in Order Business, Yesterday

    If your screen has become jumbled with too many open files, folders and programs to manage, you can quickly sort the pile.

  150. At Long Last, a Baby in the Senate Op Ed, Yesterday

    Also: Another columnist describes my deficit column as a real hash.

  151. This Week: ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Returns, Bad Bunny, Rachel Weisz Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    The series’ second season picks up where Margaret Atwood’s book left off; and the Puerto Rican crooner’s American tour comes to an end.

  152. This Week: a Devilish Matthew Broderick; and a Righteous Chiwetel Ejiofor Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    Mr. Broderick is maliciously fun in “The Searfarer,” and Mr. Ejiofor is electrifying in “Come Sunday.”

  153. How Doris Day, Dermatologist, Spends Her Sundays Metropolitan, Yesterday

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  180. Learning About the Civil Rights Era Through Travel Travel, Yesterday

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