24 Hours of NYT News


  1. Jimmy Lai Is Arrested in Hong Kong. Freedom Loses Again. Opinion, Today

    The arrest of the media tycoon marks the most aggressive action yet under new anti-sedition legislation.

  2. Susan Rice Was a Diplomatic Disaster Opinion, Today

    Joe Biden doesn’t need a running mate who has shown such poor judgment.

  3. A Tribal Olive Oil Blend From Northern California Food, Today

    The Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation has just released a new offering under its Séka Hills label.

  4. An Elegant Bowl Handmade in Maine Food, Today

    Campfire Pottery, in Portland, makes these serving dishes in an old mill factory.

  5. A Texas-Size Taste of Barbecue Food, Today

    These ribs arrive, by way of Lewis Barbecue in Charleston, S.C., ready for a few hours of cooking.

  6. These Ice Creams Are Transporting Dining, Today

    Marco Sweets & Spices, a new frozen treat company, hopes to take its clients to other places through its flavors.

  7. A Cheese Club From a Noted Cheesemonger Dining, Today

    Anne Saxelby has a new quarterly Connoisseur’s Club, and the first shipment focuses on American ricottas.

  8. Newsom Announces Resignation of Top Public Health Official Video, Today

    Gov. Gavin Newsom of California said on Monday that he had accepted the resignation of the director of the state’s Department of Public Health.

  9. Trump Teases a Gettysburg Convention Speech. Experts Say It’s an Ethics Breach. Politics, Today

    If he accepts his nomination at the Civil War battlefield, the president will be conducting partisan business on federal property.

  10. Trump Considers Banning Re-entry by Citizens Who May Have Coronavirus Washington, Today

    Under the proposal, the government could block a citizen or legal resident’s entry if an official “reasonably believes” the person had been exposed to or was infected with the communicable disease.

  11. Sure? No. But Rob Manfred Is Still Optimistic About This Season. Sports, Today

    “We can continue to do this in a way that’s safe,” M.L.B.’s commissioner said of completing the campaign, despite two outbreaks so far.

  12. Biden’s V.P. Pick Is Said to Be Imminent Politics, Today

    Joe Biden’s advisers are planning an announcement for the middle of the week as his search concludes, people briefed on the selection process said.

  13. Rangers Score First Pick in the N.H.L. Draft Sports, Today

    After getting swept out of the postseason qualifying tournament, the Rangers won the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 draft. The team has had six first-round picks in the past three years.

  14. What if Some Kids Are Better Off at Home? Op Ed, Today

    For parents like me, the pandemic has come with a revelation: For our children, school was torture.

  15. Trump Abruptly Walks Out of Virus Briefing Video, Today

    During Monday’s virus briefing, President Trump abruptly left the news conference and was escorted out by the Secret Service.

  16. Wayne Fontana, Hitmaker With ‘The Game of Love,’ Dies at 74 Obits, Today

    The song brought him and his British invasion band, The Mindbenders, a bit of success in the mid-1960s. Then he went solo, and the hits did not keep coming.

  17. Boris Johnson Says U.K. Has a ‘Moral Duty’ to Reopen Schools Video, Today

    On Monday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson doubled down on his stance to fully reopen schools next month in the United Kingdom and said it was a “moral duty.”

  18. Stephen Curry Has ‘Major FOMO’ in Life Outside the N.B.A. Bubble Sports, Today

    Curry led the Golden State Warriors to the N.B.A. finals for five consecutive years, but now he’s not even going to the playoffs. “You miss it badly,” he said.

  19. With No Power, 120,000 Struggle in a ‘Nightmare’ a Week After Storm Metro, Today

    For residents of Connecticut and New York who are still without power, frustration with utility companies grew as temperatures rose.

  20. Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today N Y T Now, Today

    The road to reopening schools in the U.S. keeps getting rockier.

  21. Roadtripping Before the D.N.C. Politics, Today

    Times reporters discuss the realities of election coverage amid a pandemic.

  22. Trump Led From Briefing Room After a Shooting Outside the White House Washington, Today

    The Secret Service stopped President Trump in the middle of a coronavirus briefing and took him to the Oval Office. He returned several minutes later, and said there had been a shooting nearby.

  23. To Withhold or Not: Trump’s Order Gives Employers a New Dilemma Business, Today

    Businesses are grappling with difficult legal and logistical questions about how to respond to the president’s payroll-tax holiday order.

  24. ‘Prefiero quedarme en mi casa y morirme ahí’ en Español, Today

    El miedo a los hospitales lleva a muchos mexicanos a postergar el tratamiento del coronavirus hasta que es demasiado tarde para recibir ayuda.

  25. Trump’s plan to bolster unemployment pay leaves states bewildered. Business, Today

  26. Stimulus, Border Rule, Conventions: Your Monday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, Today

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

  27. Hertz reports a 67 percent plunge in its quarterly revenue. Business, Today

  28. Marcus Stroman Becomes Second Mets Player to Opt Out Sports, Today

    Stroman’s departure is another blow to the team’s pitching staff, which was already without the injured Noah Syndergaard.

  29. Trump Sends In the Economic Quacks Op Ed, Today

    Now he’s prescribing hydroxychloroquine to fight recession.

  30. A Push to Return U.K.’s ‘Motor City’ to Its Cycling Roots Foreign, Today

    Coventry can be forbidding for cyclists. But before it became Britain’s Detroit, the city was famed for making bicycles.

  31. England’s Flawed Virus Contact Tracing Will Be Revamped Foreign, Today

    After months of complaints about its centralized, privatized system, Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government says resources will be diverted to local public health authorities.

  32. Hertz reports plunging revenue. Business, Today

  33. The latest: Simon says rent collection is up, and Saudi Aramco’s profit plummets. Business, Today

  34. The Latest: Hertz reports plunging revenue. Business, Today

  35. Algerian Journalist Sentenced to 3 Years for Reporting on Protests Foreign, Today

    The journalist Khaled Drareni was convicted after reporting on the Hirak protest movement, which forced the removal of the country’s longtime ruler, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, last year.

  36. Lebanon’s Prime Minister Resigns Amid Anger Over Explosion Video, Today

    Prime Minister Hassan Diab of Lebanon announced that he and his cabinet ministers would resign amid widespread anger over the explosion last week that killed more than 150 people.

  37. ‘Made in Italy’ Review: Father and Son Reunion Weekend, Today

    The sale of a Tuscan villa forces a grieving widower and his troubled son to reconnect in this trite comic drama.

  38. Michigan Democrats Hesitate on Whitmer as V.P.: ‘Selfishly, We Need Her Here’ Politics, Today

    She is suddenly on Joe Biden’s shortlist. Can Michigan afford to lose her?

  39. E.P.A. to Lift Obama-Era Controls on Methane, a Potent Greenhouse Gas Climate, Today

    The reversal is the latest move in the Trump administration’s ongoing effort to weaken environmental rules, but it could be quickly undone after the November election.

  40. Your Tuesday Briefing N Y T Now, Today

    Lebanon’s government, Jimmy Lai, Causeway Bay Books: Here’s what you need to know.

  41. ‘A Thousand Cuts’ Review: A Free Press Endures Lacerations Weekend, Today

    This documentary profiles Maria Ressa, a journalist who has fearlessly chronicled abuses in the Philippines under the Duterte government.

  42. Identical Twins With Two Very Different Destinies Parenting, Today

    A father looks to science and faith to understand his son's congenital heart defect.

  43. Pints or Primers? U.K.’s Push to Open Schools May Force a Choice Foreign, Today

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson calls it a “moral duty” to open Britain’s schools, but with cases already rising slightly, that might mean closing pubs and restaurants.

  44. Employers are confused about how to respond to Trump’s payroll tax move. Business, Today

  45. Employers are confused about how to handle the ‘payroll tax holiday.’ Business, Today

  46. WarnerMedia lays off hundreds of employees. Business, Today

  47. 100 Years Ago, ‘Crazy Blues’ Sparked a Revolution for Black Women Fans Arts & Leisure, Today

    Mamie Smith’s song wasn’t just an artistic breakthrough. It proved Black women and girls bought records, paving the way for today’s fan armies.

  48. Fay Chew Matsuda, Steward of Chinese Immigrant Legacy, Dies at 71 Obits, Today

    A social worker turned preservationist, she directed the Museum of Chinese in America. “Sometimes it was literally dumpster-diving,” she said of rescuing artifacts.

  49. Collin Morikawa’s Joyful Win Broke Through Golf’s Pandemic Fog Sports, Today

    Morikawa, 23, delivered a dazzling final round at the P.G.A. Championship to become the long-overdue first major champion of the 2020 season.

  50. An Exhibition Tells the Story of a Drug War Leader, but Not All of It Culture, Today

    The Drug Enforcement Administration’s exhibition on Harry J. Anslinger, a founding father of American drug policy, does not delve into criticism that he used racial slurs.

  51. Taylor Swift, No. 1 Again, Is Last to Benefit From an Obscure Chart Rule Culture, Today

    When a physical album is sold, it often comes with a digital copy. Which one counts in Billboard’s totals is changing.

  52. Don’t Credit the G.O.P. on Climate Change Just Yet Letters, Today

    The Sierra Club says the party’s embrace of carbon capture isn’t enough.

  53. Why the U.S. Hasn’t Contained Covid-19 Letters, Today

    Readers offer their theories, including lack of funding for public health services.

  54. Holly Humberstone Wants Her Songs to Last a Lifetime Culture, Today

    The young British singer, who writes conversationally intimate pop music, is about to release her debut EP.

  55. Nevin Patel, a Miami Chef, Is Not Giving Up on 2020 Dining, Today

    A return to indoor dining may be far off, but he just opened a new, Caribbean-inspired restaurant and is moving ahead with plans for others.

  56. Niven Patel, a Miami Chef, Is Not Giving Up on 2020 Dining, Today

    A return to indoor dining may be far off, but he just opened a new, Caribbean-inspired restaurant and is moving ahead with plans for others.

  57. Botched Primary Election Creates New Crisis in Puerto Rico: ‘This Is a Travesty’ National, Today

    Puerto Ricans lost confidence in their electoral system after ballots failed to reach polling places, forcing officials to partially suspend a primary.

  58. What Your Recipe Box Says About You Dining, Today

    Quarantine has given a former New York Times columnist the time to come to grips with a lifetime’s worth of clipped and faded recipes.

  59. Welcome Back to the Champions League. Please Maintain Social Distance. Sports, Today

    The plans for European soccer’s showpiece competition seem to account for every possibility. But even before the teams arrive, the coronavirus is asking hard questions.

  60. The Global Internet Is a Mirage News Desk, Today

    The TikTok deal risks fracturing the internet. But let’s be honest, it’s always been fractured.

  61. Hong Kong Arrests Jimmy Lai and Raids Headquarters Video, Today

    The police in Hong Kong arrested the pro-democracy media mogul Jimmy Lai, becoming the most high-profile person detained under China’s sweeping legislation.

  62. Fed’s Main Street program funneled its first loans to casinos, roofers and dentists. Business, Today

  63. Fed’s Main Street program funneled its first loans to casinos, roofers and dentists. Business, Today

  64. ‘Stanley Kubrick,’ a Brisk New Biography of a Major Talent Books, Today

    David Mikics’s entry in the Jewish Lives series captures the greatness of the director of “2001,” “The Shining” and other classics.

  65. Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump’s Orders Alarm Governors as Stimulus Talks Stall Foreign, Today

    Trump’s executive actions prompted alarm from governors, who said the plan would cause economic pain. Mexicans are delaying treatment of the virus because of deeply rooted fears of hospitals.

  66. Packing 14 Up-to-the-Minute Monologues in ‘One Room’ Culture, Today

    A collection of short solo works from the Weston Playhouse furthers the redefinition of theater online — and of life in isolation.

  67. Quarantine Envy Got You Down? You’re Not Alone Well, Today

    A beach house, a suburban home, a home without children, a home filled with family: These days, everyone wants something that someone else has.

  68. Delta’s foray into oil refining didn’t go as planned. Business, Today

  69. Governors Say Trump’s Order on Pandemic Relief Could Wreck State Budgets Washington, Today

    With Congress at an impasse on stimulus talks, disarray over resuming negotiations bodes poorly for reaching a deal this week.

  70. When Bugs Crawl Up the Food Chain Science, Today

    We usually think of insects as meals for vertebrates such as frogs. But arthropods may turn the tables more often than you think.

  71. Who the Heck Is That? Games, Today

    A look at one of the entries from last week’s puzzles that stumped our solvers.

  72. Jovita Idár, activista de los derechos de los mexicoestadounidenses y las mujeres en Español, Today

    Como maestra, escritora y editora, Idár preservó la cultura mexicana en el sur de Texas, promovió la igualdad de derechos de las mujeres y las exhortó a estudiar y participar en la política.

  73. Jovita Idár, activista de los derechos de los mexicoestadounidenses y las mujeres en Español, Today

    Como maestra, escritora y editora, Idár preservó la cultura mexicana en el sur de Texas, promovió la igualdad de derechos de las mujeres y las exhortó a estudiar y participar en la política.

  74. Trump Moves to Force Manhattan D.A. to Reveal Details of Inquiry Metro, Today

    Lawyers for the president said a subpoena seeking eight years of tax returns amounted to illegal “harassment.”

  75. Lebanon’s Government Resigns Amid Widespread Anger Over Blast Foreign, Today

    The cabinet stepped down as fury over a giant explosion last week in Beirut spurred new protests.

  76. After a Flop, Amazon Makes Another Foray Into Video Games Business, Today

    Amazon said it was rebranding Twitch Prime, in another attempt to crack the video game market after a big-budget game effort failed.

  77. Taking Protest to the Streets, and the Mayor’s Front Door National, Today

    City leaders and public health officials are now seeing protests outside their own homes, with some protesters wielding bullhorns, spray paint, and even eggs and paintballs.

  78. IAC buys a stake in MGM for $1 billion. Business, Today

  79. Going to the Dentist During a Pandemic Interactive, Today

    Need to go to the dentist? Here is some guidance for taking care of your teeth during a pandemic.

  80. 1 Dies and at Least 7 Are Injured in Baltimore Gas Explosion Express, Today

    Three brick rowhouses were destroyed in the blast, and firefighters searched by hand for more people who might be trapped in the pile of wreckage.

  81. The Welcome Return of the Chicks Culture, Today

    How would Nashville be different if it hadn’t pushed the trio away? A conversation about “Gaslighter” and beyond.

  82. Delta Air Lines Bought an Oil Refinery. It Didn’t Go as Planned. Business, Today

    Delta’s foray into oil refining illustrates some of the reasons the business was in trouble even before the pandemic.

  83. El buque señalado por la explosión en Beirut no ha navegado en siete años. Así lo encontramos en Español, Today

    El material explosivo responsable del estallido del 4 de agosto en Beirut fue transportado allí en 2013 por el precario carguero Rhosus. Esto es lo que sucedió después.

  84. Americans are souring on the job market, a Fed survey shows. Business, Today

  85. In Push to Play, College Football Stars Show Sudden Unity Sports, Today

    The blending of athletes’ #WeAreUnited and #WeWantToPlay campaigns showed students asserting themselves in ways that have been uncommon (and often stifled) in college sports.

  86. How Are You Doing? Dining, Today

    Sometimes it feels like the only pleasure available in the day is cooking.

  87. Washington N.F.L. Team Owner Files Claims Hinting at a Conspiracy Sports, Today

    Daniel Snyder is seeking documents from a former employee to bolster his case asserting a campaign to damage him is being waged as shareholders seek to sell their stake in the team.

  88. Catholic Churches Drop Hymns After Accusations Against Composer Express, Today

    David Haas, a composer known for “Blest Are They,” “We Are Called,” “You Are Mine” and other favorites, has been accused of sexual abuse and harassment by multiple women, an advocacy group says.

  89. McDonald’s Sues Former C.E.O., Accusing Him of Lying and Fraud Business, Today

    The fast-food chain said Steve Easterbrook, who was fired last fall, concealed evidence during an investigation into his conduct.

  90. Citrus Flavoring Is Weaponized Against Insect-Borne Diseases Science, Today

    The E.P.A. has approved nootkatone, which is found in cedars and grapefruit. It repels ticks, mosquitoes and other dangerous bugs for hours, but is safe enough to eat.

  91. $630,000 Homes in California Real Estate, Today

    A two-bedroom cottage in Oakland, a 1940 house in Sacramento and a two-bedroom condominium in Culver City.

  92. What You Get for $630,000 in California Slideshow, Today

    A two-bedroom cottage in Oakland, a 1940 house in Sacramento and a two-bedroom condominium in Culver City.

  93. AIDS Quilts for an Artist and His Partner, Sewn During a New Pandemic Culture, Today

    Tom Rauffenbart had resolved to create a tribute to his partner, the artist David Wojnarowicz. A sewing circle of women took up the cause for both men, stitching through lockdown.

  94. Here’s the business news to watch this week. Business, Today

  95. Here’s the business news to watch this week. Business, Today

  96. Chicago Police Arrest More Than 100 People After Looting Batters Downtown National, Today

    The city briefly raised most of the bridges to the main shopping and business district. Mayor Lori Lightfoot condemned the crowd’s actions as “abject criminal behavior.”

  97. Kodak shares plunge after a government loan is halted. Business, Today

  98. An Interview With the Health Officer for Santa Cruz National, Today

    Dr. Gail Newel has taken the heat as Santa Cruz went from being one of the safest coastal counties in the state to the site of a recent surge.

  99. An Interview With the Health Officer for Santa Cruz National, Today

    Dr. Gail Newel has taken the heat as Santa Cruz went from being one of the safest coastal counties in the state to the site of a recent surge.

  100. 2020 Election Live Updates: Trump Floats Gettysburg as Site for Nomination Speech Politics, Today

    President Trump was momentarily evacuated from the White House briefing room during a news conference. The Obamas, the Clintons, Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and a former Republican governor are scheduled to speak during the Democratic ...

  101. Belarus’s Leader Vows to Crush Protests After Claiming Landslide Election Win Foreign, Today

    Violent clashes between the police and protesters erupted across Belarus on Monday after President Aleksandr G. Lukashenko declared victory in a vote widely dismissed as fraudulent.

  102. Big Finance, Big Tech and Joe Biden Business, Today

    Although they haven’t necessarily fallen in love with the Democratic presidential candidate, many on Wall Street and in Silicon Valley are falling in line.

  103. Jonathan Majors on ‘Lovecraft Country’: Horror as a Full Body Scream Culture, Today

    The actor talked about starring in the new HBO series, which blends the supernatural with a critique of American racial injustice, and about how acting saved his future.

  104. 15 Creative Women for Our Time Interactive, Today

    Whether in the realm of art or design, food or fashion, these talents have stayed true to themselves and, in doing so, have pushed the boundaries of their respective fields.

  105. Trump Goes Around Congress to Provide Pandemic Relief Politics, Today

    It’s unclear whether the measures he signed will have any immediate effect, but the president pressed ahead anyway: This is your morning tip sheet.

  106. The Acclaimed Soba Maker Who Champions Home Cooking T Style, Today

    Working out of her California kitchen, Sonoko Sakai pays homage to Japanese culinary traditions through recipes, food activism and intimate classes.

  107. The Artist Making Bulbous, Colorful Sculptures Out of Thrifted Clothes T Style, Today

    Each of Aiko Hachisuka’s intricate, hand-stitched pieces is a meditation on memory, materiality and domestic labor.

  108. A Designer Making Clothes for Black Femmes — and for Everyone Else, Too T Style, Today

    With help from those in her creative community, Pierre Davis has created a truly inclusive brand in No Sesso.

  109. A Floral Designer Who Forages in the Hills of Malibu T Style, Today

    Using unexpected materials to create lush arrangements, Sophia Moreno-Bunge brings the Californian wilderness indoors.

  110. The Designer Who Gives Her Pieces Minds of Their Own T Style, Today

    Elizabeth Garouste’s richly layered interiors and fantastical furniture are as appealing now as they were when she first caught Paris’s attention in the ’80s.

  111. Juliana Huxtable’s Next Chapter T Style, Today

    The artistic polymath has pushed the limits of genre, exploring ideas about gender and politics in nearly every form imaginable.

  112. The Jewelry Designer Inspired by Ancient Rituals and Artifacts T Style, Today

    Drawing on years of research and working with one of Jaipur’s premier enamel artisans, Alice Cicolini makes pieces destined to become talismans.

  113. T Process | Pierre Davis Video, Today

    The Los Angeles-based fashion designer hand-embroiders a T-shirt from No Sesso’s spring 2020 collection.

  114. T Process | Aiko Hachisuka Video, Today

    The Los Angeles-based sculptor repurposes 40 to 50 pieces of clothing to create each one of her wall-mounted works.

  115. The Artist and Filmmaker Envisioning a Safer World for Black Women T Style, Today

    Interspersing found footage with original interviews, Ja’Tovia Gary makes poetic video works that elucidate the realities of racial injustice — and how the country might change.

  116. The Designer Bringing Traditional Persian Fabrics to British Men’s Wear T Style, Today

    With her paisley prints and contemporary silhouettes, Paria Farzaneh shares her singular perspective with an ever-widening audience.

  117. The British Designer Paying Tribute to the Immigrant Experience T Style, Today

    Transforming discarded fabrics into forward-looking men’s wear, Priya Ahluwalia draws on her family’s Nigerian and Indian roots.

  118. The Artist Unraveling American History T Style, Today

    Best known for her series of deconstructed flags, Sonya Clark offers poignant, clearsighted reminders of this country’s legacy of racial violence.

  119. In Niger, an Architect Looking to the Country’s Design Traditions T Style, Today

    Eschewing a Western definition of modernity, Mariam Kamara instead conceives of buildings and spaces that account for how people really live.

  120. Daniela Soto-Innes Is One of the Most Exciting Chefs Working Today T Style, Today

    At Cosme, Atla and now Elio, she has reimagined both Mexican cuisine and how professional kitchens are run.

  121. T Process | Sophia Moreno-Bunge Video, Today

    The florist creates a wild, sculptural arrangement of plants including golden rain tree, oats, artichoke flowers and green persimmons.

  122. The Rising Photographer Inspired by Her Home Country T Style, Today

    The Jamaica-born, London-based Amber Pinkerton makes stylish pictures that lead with her subjects’ humanity.

  123. A Designer Who Got Her Discipline From Dance T Style, Today

    Marina Moscone makes elegant women’s wear that privileges handcraft and meticulous attention to detail.

  124. Start-ups braced for the worst, but the worst never came. Business, Today

  125. Start-ups braced for the worst, but the worst never came. Business, Today

  126. Saudi Aramco’s profit fell 73 percent as demand for oil shrank. Business, Today

  127. Saudi Aramco’s profit fell 73 percent as demand for oil shrank. Business, Today

  128. Trump’s directives were supposed to offer relief. Most may not. Business, Today

  129. Trump’s directives were supposed to offer relief. Most may not. Business, Today

  130. Markets edge higher, despite further U.S.-China tensions. Business, Today

  131. Markets hold steady, despite further U.S.-China tensions. Business, Today

  132. Stocks climb, with Wall Street edging closer to a record. Business, Today

  133. Stocks give up early gains as technology stocks decline. Business, Today

  134. Markets drift as technology stocks decline. Business, Today

  135. Stocks inch higher, bringing Wall Street closer to a record. Business, Today

  136. Without a $600 weekly benefit, jobless Americans face bleak choices. Business, Today

  137. Biden’s Choice N Y T Now, Today

    And what else you need to know today.

  138. Porsha in Protest Styles, Today

    On “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” Porsha Williams is a glamorous goofball. In real life, she’s become a crusader against police violence.

  139. Cancel Culture, Part 1: Where It Came From Podcasts, Today

    Many people claim to have been “canceled.” What does that mean? And how did it start?

  140. New York Schools Can Reopen. Will They? Metro, Today

    Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo is allowing New York schools to reopen, but it's unclear what teachers and parents will do.

  141. Never a Dull Moment in Trump World Op Ed, Today

    ‘One thing I have to give Trump credit for is a general lowering of expectations.’

  142. She Explains ‘Mansplaining’ With Help From 17th-Century Art Books, Today

    In her new book “Men to Avoid in Art and Life,” Nicole Tersigni harnesses her skill with a Twitter meme to illuminate the experience of women harassed by concern trolls, “sexperts” and more.

  143. On the Shores of Cape Cod, Where the Oyster Is Their World Travel, Today

    Pollution, development and overharvesting have greatly diminished America’s natural oyster habitat. Aquaculture and adaptable farmers have changed the game.

  144. Amazon Satellites Add to Astronomers’ Worries About the Night Sky Science, Today

    The F.C.C. approved the company’s 3,236-satellite constellation, which aims to provide high-speed internet service around the world.

  145. Will Cars Rule the Roads in Post-Pandemic New York? Metro, Today

    Newly emboldened, many New Yorkers want to repurpose streets for walking, biking, dining and schools, even as traffic returns.

  146. Shopping for Multi-Light Pendants Real Estate, Today

    Why settle for a single hanging fixture when you can have multiples? Here’s what you need to know before you buy.

  147. I Am the C.E.O. of Uber. Gig Workers Deserve Better. Op Ed, Today

    Gig workers want both flexibility and benefits — we support laws that could make that possible.

  148. Stephen Hahn, F.D.A. Chief, Is Caught Between Scientists and the President Science, Today

    Many medical experts — including members of his own staff — worry about whether Dr. Hahn has the fortitude and political savvy to protect the scientific integrity of the F.D.A. from Mr. Trump.

  149. Start-Ups Braced for the Worst. The Worst Never Came. Business, Today

    The doomsday warnings about tech start-ups failing in the pandemic have not yielded the shakeout that many expected a few months ago.

  150. I Have a Cure for the Dog Days of Summer Op Ed, Today

    It’s hot, Donald Trump is still president, the pandemic is still raging, and did I mention that it’s hot?

  151. Big Tech Makes Inroads With the Biden Campaign Business, Today

    While Joe Biden has criticized the largest tech companies, his campaign and transition teams have welcomed allies of Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple onto its staff and policy groups.

  152. A Rare Economic Bright Spot in the U.S. Health System: The Vet’s Office Upshot, Today

    Usually during an economic downturn, people tend to spend less on health care for pets. This time, the opposite is happening.

  153. When Things Aren’t OK With a Child’s Mental Health Well, Today

    Everyone is stressed and anxious now. We have to find and help the children who are hurting most.

  154. La prensa en Ecuador debe despolarizarse en Español, Today

    Gran parte de la cobertura de los medios ecuatorianos sigue marcada por revanchismos políticos. Denunciar abusos a los derechos incluso de las figuras que atacaron la libertad de prensa es una tarea del periodismo.

  155. Should a Study on Pesticides Affect Our Use of Them? Well, Today

    Recent research, which found a link between pyrethroids and deaths from heart disease, highlights the limitations of epidemiological research.

  156. ‘The Wounds Are Still Fresh’ Op Ed, Today

    These front-line medical workers are struggling with what comes next.

  157. Mark Cuban Wants to Fix Health Care, the N.B.A. and Maybe Everything Else Interactive, Today

    "I’m just looking to say — and this may be arrogant — how can I solve this problem?"

  158. What if Everyone Had Voted by Mail in 2016? Interactive, Today

    Despite boosting younger voters, the effects are negligible when races aren’t razor-thin.

  159. ‘I’d Rather Stay Home and Die’ Foreign, Today

    A fear of hospitals is leading many Mexicans to delay treatment for coronavirus until it is too late for doctors to help them.

  160. Who Opposes Defunding the N.Y.P.D.? These Black Lawmakers Metro, Today

    Several Black City Council members have lashed out at progressives, comparing calls to defund the police to “colonization” and “political gentrification.”

  161. ‘The Wounds Are Still Fresh’ Video, Today

    These front-line medical workers are struggling with what comes next.

  162. Should Montreal Subway Honor Polarizing Priest or Jazz Genius? Foreign, Today

    A fight to rename a metro stop pits those who want to celebrate a revered Black musician against those who want to retain the name of a priest who espoused equal rights for Francophone Quebecers — and also anti-Semitism.

  163. Ambition Has Always Been ‘Ladylike’ Politics, Today

    Nostalgic for the sexism unleashed in response to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 run? Welcome to the prolonged Democratic veepstakes.

  164. Hockey, Rocked by Racist Acts, Embraces Black Lives Matter Campaigns Sports, Today

    To a degree not seen before, players are kneeling for the United States national anthem and speaking out publicly on fighting racism, with backing from the National Hockey League.

  165. The First Round of the N.H.L. Playoffs Is Set. There Have Already Been Upsets. Sports, Today

    The top seeds in the Western and Eastern play-in tournaments were eliminated, and the No. 1 teams in the round robin slid to fourth as the first round is set to begin Tuesday.

  166. No Corrections: August 10, 2020 Corrections, Today

    No corrections appeared in print on Monday, August 10, 2020.

  167. What’s on TV Monday: ‘Capone’ and ‘The Titan Games’ Culture, Today

    A biopic about the aging crime boss starring Tom Hardy arrives on Amazon. And an athletic competition show on NBC closes out its second season.

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