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  1. D.A. Won’t Prosecute Reporter Arrested While Covering Shooting of Deputies U.S., Today

    Josie Huang, a Los Angeles reporter for the public radio station KPCC and the website LAist, offered videos disputing the Sheriff’s Department’s charges.

  2. Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, Today

    The Vatican, Donald Trump, Europe’s second wave: Here’s what you need to know.

  3. Quotation of the Day: In Thai Protests, ‘Women Are Not Taking the Back Seat’ Summary, Today

    Quotation of the Day for Friday, September 25, 2020.

  4. Without Evidence, Right-Wing Commentators Link Soros to Louisville U-Haul Business, Today

    A spokeswoman for the liberal financier said he had “absolutely not” paid for the rental of a truck used in a protest in Louisville.

  5. Thursday pm update Slideshow, Today

    Thursday pm update

  6. Corrections: Sept. 25, 2020 Corrections, Today

    Corrections that appeared in print on Friday, Sept. 25, 2020.

  7. Google Services Go Down in Some Parts of U.S. Business, Today

    People experienced outages of services like Gmail, YouTube and Google Meet.

  8. Force Feed Games, Today

    Rachel Fabi’s debut puzzle breaks the internet.

  9. How to Move Back Home Magazine, Today

    Be creative about space. Communicate early and often. Don’t let your family dynamic regress.

  10. Free the Apps! Editorial, Today

    Apple and Google have a virtual monopoly on distributing mobile apps — that’s bad for competition.

  11. ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ Review: They Fought the Law Weekend, Today

    Aaron Sorkin and an all-star cast re-enact a real-life ‘’60s courtroom drama with present-day implications.

  12. Trump Promises Drug Discount Cards as an Expensive Pre-election Gift Washington, Today

    The $200 cards for prescription drugs, intended for 33 million older Americans, are part of a $6.6 billion promise offered to a key constituency.

  13. Nine ballots were discarded in Pennsylvania. Now, there’s a D.O.J. investigation. U.S., Today

  14. A bonanza of polls, but winding up at the same place. The Upshot, Today

  15. Trump Administration to Announce Plan to Open Tongass Forest to Logging Climate, Today

    The effort to open the Alaskan wilderness area, the nation’s largest national forest, has been in the works for about two years.

  16. Justice Dept. Discloses Pa. Ballot Inquiry, Prompting Fears of Politicization Washington, Today

    A federal prosecutor said he was releasing the information because of its “vital public importance” in the weeks before the presidential election.

  17. Facebook Takes Down Networks Linked to Russian Disinformation Washington, Today

    The social network said it was moving proactively to dismantle infrastructure Russia could use against the American presidential election.

  18. Powerful Cardinal, a Fixture of Vatican Intrigue, Resigns Suddenly Foreign, Today

    In a cryptic statement, the Vatican did not explain the reason for Cardinal Giovanni Angelo Becciu’s departure. News reports had connected him to a financial scandal.

  19. ‘Election Stress Disorder,’ the Sequel Politics, Today

    Is political anxiety souring your relationship? We talked to a couples therapist who is seeing more and more of that problem.

  20. Trump holds a rally in Jacksonville, Fla. U.S., Today

  21. At a Florida rally, Trump returns to attacking Democrats over the Supreme Court. U.S., Today

  22. Pac-12 Will Play Football in 2020, Joining Other Top Leagues During the Pandemic Sports, Today

    The decision clears a path for programs like Oregon and Southern California, and means every Power 5 league intends to compete this fall.

  23. Democrats Prepare New Stimulus Plan as Time Wanes for a Compromise Washington, Today

    Speaker Nancy Pelosi, under pressure from moderate Democrats to redouble efforts to strike a deal with the White House, laid the groundwork for action on a stimulus bill.

  24. Coronavirus Slideshow, Today

    Coronavirus

  25. How Faith Shapes My Politics Op Ed, Today

    Not as much as you’d think.

  26. Trump’s Stalinist Approach to Science Op Ed, Today

    Bully and ignore the experts, and send in the quacks.

  27. Morning Briefing Slideshow, Today

    Morning Briefing

  28. Since 2015: 48 Black Women Killed by the Police. And Only 1 Charge. Gender, Today

    For many, the Grand Jury announcement in Breonna Taylor’s case was more of the same, underscoring the need for systemic change.

  29. Take me out to … vote. Fenway Park is approved as an early voting site in Boston. U.S., Today

  30. Louisville’s Police Force Feels Besieged on Two Fronts National, Today

    Officers say that city and police officials were slow to release crucial details in the Breonna Taylor case. Protesters are fed up with what they consider abusive tactics. Calm seems a long way off.

  31. Trump Again Sows Doubt About Election as G.O.P. Scrambles to Assure Voters Politics, Today

    President Trump declined for a second day to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he lost the election, while Republicans, including Mitch McConnell, implicitly rebuffed him, promising an “orderly transition.”

  32. Breonna Taylor and Perpetual Black Trauma Op Ed, Today

    The system erased her as if she never existed.

  33. Battles Over Voting Rules Fuel Concern About Postelection Fights Politics, Today

    Even as early voting has gotten underway, some pivotal states are still litigating how ballots should be cast and counted, creating uncertainty that is being fanned by President Trump.

  34. Trump Booed as He Pays Last Respects to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Washington, Today

    The president was within shouting distance of angry protesters who chanted “Vote him out!” and “Honor her wish!”

  35. A Guide to Voting in the 2020 Elections Interactive, Today

    Many rules have changed during the pandemic, so this interactive guide can help you ensure your vote is counted.

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

    Research shows that coronavirus infections “are moving up the age bands”

  37. F.A.A. Says Harrison Ford Can Continue Flying Culture, Today

    After the actor went through remedial training, the agency said it had closed its investigation into a runway error he was involved in last April.

  38. James Rodríguez está listo para entretenerte en Español, Today

    No pienses en el presupuesto del club ni en lo que está en juego con la llegada del colombiano al Everton, el equipo de Liga Premier de Inglaterra. Solo disfrútalo.

  39. Breonna Taylor Case Is Formidable Test for an Ascendant Attorney General National, Today

    Daniel Cameron, a rising G.O.P. star in Kentucky, is seen as a possible successor to Senator Mitch McConnell. But first, he has to navigate a case roiling the nation.

  40. What Have We Learned About Coronavirus Immunity? Op Ed, Today

    Antibodies are only part of the picture.

  41. Gaza Peace Activists Face Prison for Holding Video Call With Israelis Foreign, Today

    The Palestinian activists were charged after organizing a virtual discussion as a part of a bridge-building initiative focused on peace and empowering young people.

  42. Germany Dismisses Military Intelligence Official After Neo-Nazi Scandals Foreign, Today

    After years of playing down the risk of far-right infiltration in the military, political leaders are confronting an issue that has become too dangerous to ignore.

  43. Karen McDougal’s defamation suit against Fox News is dismissed. Business, Today

  44. Bill Murray Faces Legal Threat From Doobie Brothers Business, Today

    A lawyer for the band demands that the actor pay for using the song “Listen to the Music” in an ad for his William Murray golf wear.

  45. 2020 Election, Coronavirus Vaccine, Prince: Your Thursday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, Today

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

  46. Ted Cruz misleadingly claims that Biden will challenge election results if he loses. U.S., Today

  47. Job Rebound Is ‘Losing Steam’ as Crisis Passes Six-Month Mark Business, Today

    New filings for unemployment benefits rose last week, signaling continued layoffs even before autumn chills outdoor business.

  48. How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend? Weekend, Today

    “Bob’s Burgers” is back, but maybe you would rather revisit “Fraggle Rock” or watch a compelling new “30 for 30.”

  49. N.J. Will Borrow $4.5 Billion as Pandemic Pain Hits States Metro, Today

    It is one of the first states to take on debt to plug a budget hole created by the impact of the coronavirus.

  50. Amazon Unveils Drone That Films Inside Your Home. What Could Go Wrong? Business, Today

    On social media, people had some concerns about the Ring Always Home Cam. To put it mildly.

  51. U.S. Commandos Use Secretive Missiles to Kill Qaeda Leaders in Syria Washington, Today

    The specially designed missiles use sharp blades and blunt force, rather than explosive warheads, to kill terrorist leaders.

  52. Blue Cross Insurers Reach Tentative Settlement in Antitrust Lawsuit Science, Today

    The health insurance group may pay $2.7 billion to resolve allegations that the chain blocked competition.

  53. F.B.I. Director Sees No Evidence of National Mail Voting Fraud Effort Washington, Today

    The comments undercut the president’s claims about mail-in ballots.

  54. Famine Emerges as U.N. Theme, Crystallized by Yemen Disaster Foreign, Today

    Starvation again threatens war-afflicted Yemen, where the U.N. has halved food rations for lack of funding. “If we get the money, we still may have famine,” the head of the U.N. anti-hunger agency said.

  55. In Book Fight, Lawyers Clash on Whether to Fault Bolton or White House Washington, Today

    A judge made no ruling at a hearing shadowed by a career official’s claims that Trump aides politicized the prepublication review process.

  56. Ruth Bader Ginsburg Will Lie in State on Friday. It’s a Rare Distinction. Express, Today

    Justice Ginsburg will be the first woman to receive the posthumous tribute, joining a long list of representatives, senators and presidents.

  57. Ohio is a dead heat, with Biden having an edge in Pennsylvania and Trump in Texas, polls show. Politics, Today

  58. Ohio is a dead heat, with Biden having an edge in Pennsylvania and Trump in Texas, polls show. U.S., Today

  59. The Truth About ‘The Truth About’ Memes Interactive, Today

    Videos and viral images claiming to tell “the truth about” Breonna Taylor’s death are spreading multiple falsehoods while trying to paint Taylor as far from an innocent person.

  60. Editor of Miami Herald Spanish-language publication resigns after fury over anti-Semitic columns. Business, Today

  61. Virus Cases Surged in Young Adults. The Elderly Were Hit Next. Science, Today

    Infections among young adults eventually may have spread to older, more vulnerable people, the C.D.C. reported.

  62. The Truth About ‘The Truth About’ Memes Business, Today

    Videos and viral images claiming to tell “the truth about” Black victims of police shootings are years old. This week, they are circulating about Breonna Taylor.

  63. Michigan passes bill allowing extra time for ballot processing. U.S., Today

  64. Michigan passes a bill allowing extra time for ballot processing. U.S., Today

  65. Novavax Enters Final Stage of Coronavirus Vaccine Trials Science, Today

    The Maryland company, which has never brought a vaccine to market, has started its Phase 3 trial in the United Kingdom, with plans to begin in the United States in October.

  66. Trump Appointee of U.S.-Funded News Outlets Draws Bipartisan Fire Washington, Today

    Michael Pack, an ally of Stephen K. Bannon, ignored a congressional subpoena compelling him to testify, further antagonizing Democrats and Republicans unhappy with his leadership.

  67. Life in ‘Anarchist’ New York City Op Ed, Today

    I saw a woman drinking iced coffee in 57 degree weather. OK, chaos agent!

  68. After the White House said Trump would accept the results of the election, he once again suggested it might be tainted. U.S., Today

  69. After the White House said Trump would accept the results of the election, he once again suggests it may be tainted. U.S., Today

  70. Right-Wing Media Stars Mislead on Covid-19 Death Toll Business, Today

    Using a bogus interpretation of C.D.C. data, radio hosts like Mark Levin cast doubt on 200,000 pandemic deaths.

  71. Trump, who is seeking to strike down the Affordable Care Act, is outlining his own plan today in North Carolina. U.S., Today

  72. Trump, who is seeking to strike down the Affordable Care Act, outlind his own plan today in North Carolina. U.S., Today

  73. Trump, who is seeking to strike down the Affordable Care Act, outlines his own plan today in North Carolina. U.S., Today

  74. Trump, who is seeking to strike down the Affordable Care Act, outlined his own plan today in North Carolina. U.S., Today

  75. Trump, who is seeking to strike down the Affordable Care Act, will outline his own plan today in North Carolina. U.S., Today

  76. Robert Kraft, After Long Fight, Has Solicitation Case Dismissed Sports, Today

    Nineteen months after charging the New England Patriots team owner with solicitation of prostitution, Florida prosecutors dropped a case in which video evidence against him was thrown out.

  77. A Global Vaccine? Video, Today

    Countries around the globe are collaborating on developing a vaccine. Why isn’t the U.S. participating?

  78. Facebook removes Russian-linked disinformation networks with the potential to warp the election. U.S., Today

  79. The Miami Heat’s Bam Adebayo Is ‘Built Different’ Sports, Today

    Adebayo made an All-Star turn during the regular season and is playing with distinction alongside Jimmy Butler as the Heat race toward an unexpected N.B.A. finals berth.

  80. Trump ‘Will Accept the Results of a Free and Fair Election,’ Says White House Video, Today

    Kayleigh McEnany, the White House press secretary, downplayed President Trump’s previous refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he were to lose the November election.

  81. Dance on Film Is the Only Game in Town. BalletX Takes the Field. Culture, Today

    This Philadelphia company has released four new works that engage the medium by pairing choreographers with filmmakers.

  82. How Was ‘Mein Kampf’ Handled in The Book Review in 1943? Book Review, Today

    In a recent issue dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, The Book Review resurfaced its 1943 critique of Hitler’s political manifesto.

  83. Sandy Alderson Set to Return to Mets as Team President Sports, Today

    Steven Cohen, the presumptive new owner of the team, announced he would be hiring Alderson, who was the Mets’ general manager from 2010 to 2018.

  84. Senator Thom Tillis reinforces a conspiracy theory falsely suggesting the coronavirus death toll is inflated. U.S., Today

  85. Cuomo to Form Task Force to Test Coronavirus Vaccine Video, Today

    Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York said he planned to form a panel to advise the state on the coronavirus vaccine’s safety and effectiveness over concerns the federal approval process had become politicized.

  86. If Trump Won’t Go, Then What? Letters, Today

    Readers react to the president’s pre-emptive dismissal of election results that go against him.

  87. Russia Freezes Navalny’s Assets as He Recovers From Poisoning Foreign, Today

    Aleksei A. Navalny was still in a medically induced coma in Berlin when a court in Russia froze his bank accounts and barred him from selling or mortgaging his apartment in Moscow.

  88. Trump Wants You to Think You Can’t Get Rid of Him Op Ed, Today

    His strongman threats are scary. But don’t forget that he’s weak.

  89. A Pandemic-Appropriate Show Ends Its Run in a Newport Cemetery T Style, Today

    Piotr Uklanski’s new paintings of Pre-Raphaelite muses closes with a private performance that conjures “Eyes Wide Shut” and Roy Orbison.

  90. Britain Introduces a Scaled-Back Wage Support Plan Business, Today

    As the country faces a second wave of coronavirus infections, the government doesn’t want to support jobs propped up solely by fiscal stimulus.

  91. In Cities, No Place for Partisan Politics Letters, Today

    President Trump’s targeting of cities as “Democrat-run” is dangerous, civic leaders say. Also: Psychiatric care in nursing homes; publishing’s new focus; aid to Puerto Rico.

  92. This ‘Elephant Room’ Sequel Is a Goofball Epic Weekend, Today

    The interstellar adventure deftly mixes the lo-fi aesthetics of budget science fiction with dopey humor and experimental theater’s sensibility.

  93. Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, Today

    Xinjiang detentions, Europe second wave, North Korea: Here’s what you need to know.

  94. Covid-19 Live Updates: Cuomo to Form Panel to Vet Federally Authorized Vaccines Foreign, Today

    Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York said his state would conduct its own review of vaccines authorized by the federal government amid concern that the approval process has become politicized.

  95. Henry van Ameringen, Friend of L.G.B.T.Q. Causes, Dies at 89 Obits, Today

    Heir to a family fortune in the fragrances industry, he was among the first openly gay major donors to fund L.G.B.T.Q. and AIDS-related organizations.

  96. A Texas oil billionaire gave $10 million to a pro-Trump super PAC. U.S., Today

  97. Film Club: ‘Does It Matter What I Look Like When No One’s Watching?’ Learning, Today

    What is beauty now? How much do you care about your looks during the pandemic?

  98. French Open Sets Marquee Matchups but Virus Still Looms Sports, Today

    Stan Wawrinka and Andy Murray are scheduled to play in Round 1, three years after they met in a French Open semifinal. But new government restrictions may hinder plans of fans to see it.

  99. 10 New Books We Recommend This Week Book Review, Today

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

  100. ‘Fargo’ Review: Kansas City, Here We Come Weekend, Today

    FX’s mannered Midwestern noir returns after three years with a new setting, a social conscience and Chris Rock.

  101. ‘Violence Is Never the Answer,’ Louisville Mayor Says Video, Today

    Mayor Greg Fischer of Louisville, Ky., acknowledged the community’s pain after a grand jury did not charge any officers with killing Breonna Taylor, and addressed the shooting of two police officers during protests.

  102. Trump ‘will accept the results of a free and fair election,’ White House says, without addressing the president’s earlier refusal. U.S., Today

  103. Trump ‘will accept the results of a free and fair election,’ White House says, without addressing the president’s earlier refusal. Politics, Today

  104. Trump says he’ll ‘always’ protect people with pre-existing conditions, but hasn’t so far. Politics, Today

  105. Trump says he’ll ‘always’ protect people with pre-existing conditions, but hasn’t so far. U.S., Today

  106. Busy Philipps’s Week: Coffee, ‘Little Women’ and Keeping It Together Arts & Leisure, Today

    The actor is also dedicated to her podcast, “Busy Philipps Is Doing Her Best,” and her dog, Gina Linetti.

  107. A new Trump ad in Spanish glosses over his contentious history with Puerto Rico. U.S., Today

  108. A Spanish-language Trump ad glosses over his contentious history with Puerto Rico. U.S., Today

  109. Making Art When ‘Lockdown’ Means Prison Weekend, Today

    The harshness of life behind bars is designed to crush inmates’ individuality. But a stirring exhibition at MoMA PS1 shows the prison-industrial complex can’t stifle the artistic impulse.

  110. Bernie Sanders says America faces an election ‘between Donald Trump and democracy.’ U.S., Today

  111. Corey Johnson, a presumed front-runner in next year’s N.Y.C. mayoral race, drops out. Politics, Today

  112. Corey Johnson, a presumed front-runner in next year’s N.Y.C. mayoral race, drops out. U.S., Today

  113. ¿Qué hace que una elección sea ilegítima? en Español, Today

    En Estados Unidos hay una historia prolongada de ganar elecciones al impedir que la gente vote, una estrategia de bajo riesgo y alta recompensa.

  114. Ocean Heat Waves Are Directly Linked to Climate Change Climate, Today

    The “blob” of hotter ocean water that killed sea lions and other marine life in 2014 and 2015 may become permanent.

  115. Lorne Michaels Isn’t Sure ‘S.N.L.’ Can Pull This Off Culture, Today

    “Saturday Night Live” returns Oct. 3 with Chris Rock as host. In an interview, Michaels, the show’s creator, talks about pandemic preparations and why “a little danger” can be good for comedy.

  116. Trump Says D.A. Is Using ‘Speculation and Innuendo’ to Get His Tax Returns Metro, Today

    Prosecutors have suggested in court papers that an investigation into the president could focus on a range of possible crimes.

  117. Why So Blue, Tarantula? A Mystery Gets a New Clue Science, Today

    The large arachnids have long been thought to be colorblind, but new evidence suggests they can perceive each others’ brilliant coloring.

  118. Raf Simons and Miuccia Prada Make Civil Discourse Look Lovely Styles, Today

    In the first big show of Milan Fashion Week, a Prada co-creative debut gives everyone something to chew on. Plus the pasta connection at Fendi.

  119. Prince’s Vault Reveals a Brilliant Trove With ‘Sign O’ the Times’ Weekend, Today

    The reissue of his 1987 masterpiece unveils dozens of unheard songs.

  120. E.U. Failure to Impose Sanctions on Belarus Lays Bare Its Weakness Foreign, Today

    E.U. foreign policy moves require unanimous support from the member nations — a rule that continually undercuts the bloc’s bold ambitions for global influence.

  121. Mnuchin and Pelosi inch toward resuming stimulus talks as economy continues to struggle. Business, Today

  122. BAFTA Takes Steps on Diversity, After All-White, All-Male Shortlists Culture, Today

    Voters in Britain’s version of the Oscars will have to take unconscious bias training, and there will be a quota for women in the first round of voting for best director.

  123. 7 Things to Do This Weekend Weekend, Today

    Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually or in person in New York City.

  124. Young Women Take a Frontline Role in Thailand’s Protests Foreign, Today

    Women, many of them students, are speaking out against a patriarchy that controls the military, the monarchy and the Buddhist monkhood, Thailand’s most powerful institutions.

  125. France Doubles Paid Paternity Leave to 28 Days, One of Europe’s Most Generous Plans Foreign, Today

    “When a baby arrives in the world, there is no reason it should be just the mother who takes care of it,” President Emmanuel Macron said in announcing the extension.

  126. ‘Romantics Anonymous,’ a Challenge to Your Sweet Tooth Weekend, Today

    A musical about two French chocolatiers may satisfy the hunger for live song and dance, but keep the insulin handy.

  127. New York Will Review Virus Vaccines, Citing Politicization of Process Metro, Today

    New York officials do not play a role in the approval of a vaccine, but could delay distribution if they believed the vaccine was not safe.

  128. Donald Kendall, Pepsi’s Chief During Cola Wars, Dies at 99 Business, Today

    He faced off against Coke, wooed a ‘Pepsi generation’ and bought Frito-Lay, fast food chains and 7Up. Ever loyal, he downed a Pepsi for breakfast.

  129. Donald Kendall, Pepsi’s Chief During the Cola Wars, Dies at 99 Obits, Today

    He faced off against Coke, wooed a ‘Pepsi generation’ and bought Frito-Lay, fast food chains and 7Up. Ever loyal, he downed a Pepsi for breakfast.

  130. Looking to Brighten a Room? Try Painting a Lampshade T Style, Today

    The British designer Cressida Bell offers a step-by-step guide on how to recreate one of her signature motifs.

  131. Painted Lampshade Motifs From Cressida Bell Interactive, Today

    Download the PDF of her designs here.

  132. I Was Bullied for Being Arab. Nine Inch Nails Threw Me a Lifeline. Culture, Today

    As a teenage girl paralyzed with fear, one of the darkest albums of the 1990s, “The Downward Spiral,” gave me the guts to rebel against my tormentors.

  133. Democrats sound alarms about Trump’s refusal to guarantee a peaceful transfer of power: ‘This is how democracy dies.’ U.S., Today

  134. What’s the Deal With Google Now? News Desk, Today

    Google is facing the possibility of multiple antitrust lawsuits. Here’s why and what’s ahead.

  135. What Students Are Saying About Justice Ginsburg, Parental Praise and Fall Fun Learning, Today

    Teenage comments in response to our recent writing prompts, and an invitation to join the ongoing conversation.

  136. The F.B.I. has seen no evidence of a nationwide effort to defraud mail-in ballots, its director says. U.S., Today

  137. Don’t Get What Makes Brian De Palma an Auteur? Try These Two Films Weekend, Today

    The director, who just turned 80, makes popular films that have long inspired debates. Watch “Blow Out” and “Carlito’s Way” to better understand the arguments.

  138. U.S. Executes Inmate Who Murdered Two Youth Ministers Express, Today

    Christopher Andre Vialva, 40, was the seventh federal inmate and the first Black man put to death since federal executions resumed in July.

  139. 2 Officers Shot in Louisville Protests Video, Today

    Two Louisville, Ky., police officers were shot during protests Wednesday night after a grand jury did not charge officers with killing Breonna Taylor.

  140. Emails Show How Pesticide Industry Influenced U.S. Position in Health Talks Science, Today

    The U.S. insisted that new international guidelines on combating drug resistance omit any mention of fungicides — a demand that the industry made but that ran counter to science.

  141. Trump no se compromete a un cambio de mando ‘pacífico’, si pierde las elecciones en Español, Today

    Al responder una pregunta, el presidente de Estados Unidos se quejó de las boletas de votación por correo. “Francamente, no habrá una transferencia”, de poder, dijo. “Habrá una continuación”.

  142. Justice Ginsburg’s death has not had much of an effect on presidential polls. U.S., Today

  143. Justice Ginsburg’s death has not had much of an effect on presidential polls. Politics, Today

  144. Crowd Chants ‘Vote Him Out’ as Trump Visits Ginsburg’s Coffin Video, Today

    President Trump was greeted by protesters at the Supreme Court on Thursday as he paid his respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

  145. Mary Trump files a lawsuit claiming that fraud was a ‘way of life’ for her family. U.S., Today

  146. Why the U.S. Risks Repeating 2009’s Economic Stimulus Mistakes Business, Today

    In the wake of the last recession, government spending dried up, dragging out the recovery. Policymakers warn against letting that happen again.

  147. What’s Going On in This Graph? | Sept. 30, 2020 Learning, Today

    Who are our essential workers?

  148. ‘The Comey Rule’ and What a Fool Believes Weekend, Today

    Showtime’s political drama is a scattered but searing picture of failed self-righteousness.

  149. Coronavirus Relief Fund Raises Nearly $20 Million for Artists Weekend, Today

    Creative professionals can receive $5,000 grants through the end of the year, thanks to additional funding by the Mellon Foundation and others.

  150. After Brief TikTok Run, Kevin Mayer Is in Talks to Join Investment Firm Business, Today

    Mr. Mayer, for years a top dealmaker at Disney, is in advanced talks with RedBird Capital, which has holdings in sports, entertainment and financial services.

  151. Corey Johnson Drops Out of 2021 Race for N.Y.C. Mayor Metro, Today

    Mr. Johnson, the City Council speaker, was one of the front-runners to succeed Mayor Bill de Blasio, but the recent rigors of his job had worn on him.

  152. Trump Refuses to Commit to Peaceful Transfer of Power After Election Video, Today

    President Trump said on Wednesday that “we’re going to have to see what happens” when asked about peacefully transitioning power if he loses the election in November.

  153. Trump Refuses to Commit to Peaceful Transfer of Power After Election Video, Today

    President Trump said on Wednesday that “we’re going to have to see what happens” when asked about peacefully transitioning power if he loses the election in November.

  154. Read Mary Trump’s Lawsuit Interactive, Today

    The suit, filed on Thursday in State Supreme Court in Manhattan, accused President Trump, his sister Maryanne Trump Barry and their brother Robert Trump of fraud and civil conspiracy.

  155. Sterling Magee, Bluesman Known as ‘Satan,’ Dies at 84 Obits, Today

    As half of the duo Satan and Adam, he played blues on the streets of Harlem and later on stages around the world. He died of complications of Covid-19.

  156. Mary Trump Sues President and Family, Claiming Fraud of Millions Metro, Today

    Two months after she claimed in a tell-all book that her family cheated her out of her inheritance, Ms. Trump made similar allegations in a civil suit in Manhattan.

  157. Target will double staff for pickup services during the holiday season. Business, Today

  158. Luchita Hurtado: The Elusive Artist Portrays Herself Weekend, Today

    An exhibition of drawings and paintings stretches over several decades of the artist’s long career, but only comes to life in its — and her — final efforts.

  159. A Longtime Renter Tested His $650,000 Budget on the Manhattan Market. Here’s What He Found. Interactive, Today

    Tired of living in shared rentals, a first-time buyer took his savings to his dream neighborhoods. Would it be enough?

  160. Trump Administration Adds to American Travel Restrictions in Cuba Travel, Today

    Among other measures, Americans will no longer be able to import Cuban cigars or stay in hotels owned by the Cuban government.

  161. Trump is met by protesters as he visits Justice Ginsburg’s coffin. Politics, Today

  162. ‘Vote him out,’ protesters chant as Trump visits Justice Ginsburg’s coffin. Politics, Today

  163. As California’s problems halt jobless claims processing, some are left adrift. Business, Today

  164. No Signs of a Shift in Polls After the Death of Justice Ginsburg Upshot, Today

    Opinions about the Supreme Court vacancy and the coming fight over filling it seem poised to split along partisan lines.

  165. Signs of progress emerge in fighting fraud in pandemic unemployment payments. Business, Today

  166. How to Deal With a Friendship ‘Quiet Season’ Smarter Living, Today

    You might emerge from 2020 with fewer friendships, and that’s OK.

  167. Losing Your Hair Can Be Another Consequence of the Pandemic Science, Today

    Doctors are seeing a huge increase in patients who have been shedding abnormal amounts of hair, and they believe it is related to stress associated with the coronavirus.

  168. And the Emmy Goes to … My Therapist Well, Today

    As he accepted the award for outstanding writing, Cord Jefferson thanked his therapist, and he wasn’t kidding.

  169. ‘There Are Breonnas Everywhere’: Protests for Breonna Taylor in Pictures National, Today

    The New York Times has photographers on the ground following protests across the country.

  170. ‘Just a Small Play Date’? You Still Need to Be Careful Parenting, Today

    Experts warn that seemingly harmless interactions with close family and friends may be driving the spread of Covid.

  171. Square plans to invest $100 million in Black communities. Business, Today

  172. Square plans to invest $100 million in Black communities. Business, Today

  173. Few Republicans chide Trump for suggesting he might not accept the results of the election. U.S., Today

  174. Few Republicans call out Trump for suggesting he might not accept the results of the election. U.S., Today

  175. Republicans stop short of rebuking Trump as they insist there will be a peaceful transition of power. U.S., Today

  176. After Trump refuses to commit to a peaceful transfer of power, McConnell promises ‘an orderly transition.’ U.S., Today

  177. Trump’s refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power prompts McConnell to promise ‘an orderly transition.’ U.S., Today

  178. ‘Misbehaviour’ Review: Pretty Women, Some Pretty Angry Weekend, Today

    This British comedy about a feminist protest against the 1970 Miss World contest stars Keira Knightley and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.

  179. A former top military commander under Trump is among 489 security leaders who say he is unfit for office. U.S., Today

  180. A former top military commander under Trump is among 489 security leaders who say he is unfit for office. Politics, Today

  181. What to Know About Newsom’s Big Climate Plan National, Today

    Thursday: Gov. Gavin Newsom announced plans to ban the sale of gas-powered new cars by 2035.

  182. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens Real Estate, Today

    This week’s properties are in Greenwood Heights, Ridgewood and Greenwich Village.

  183. Homes for Sale in Westchester and Connecticut Real Estate, Today

    This week’s properties are five-bedroom houses in Scarsdale, N.Y., and Fairfield, Conn.

  184. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, Today

    This week’s properties are in Greenwood Heights, Ridgewood and Greenwich Village.

  185. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, Today

    This week’s properties are five-bedroom houses in Scarsdale, N.Y., and Fairfield, Conn.

  186. The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week T Style, Today

    A Croatian monastery turned hotel, a new show at the SculptureCenter — and more.

  187. Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s Downstairs, Higher Rent Upstairs Real Estate, Today

    High-end grocery stores at the ground level of rental buildings have been shown to produce higher rents, greater rent increases and faster leasing.

  188. Mom, Can’t We Speak English Here? Styles, Today

    A reader is bothered by her mother’s insistence on speaking Hungarian at home, which isolates her husband.

  189. Trump will hold a rally in Florida tonight as Pence travels to Minneapolis. U.S., Today

  190. Trump will hold a rally in Florida tonight as Pence travels to Minneapolis. Politics, Today

  191. How Did a Young, Unknown Lawyer Change the World? Op Ed, Today

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg took on the obstacles to women’s equality incrementally, but she was powered by a larger vision.

  192. Furloughed, then laid off, a cruise worker may soon leave New York. Business, Today

  193. Furloughed, then laid off, a cruise worker may soon leave New York. Business, Today

  194. A $300 unemployment supplement remains elusive for many. Business, Today

  195. A $300 unemployment supplement remains elusive for many. Business, Today

  196. Breonna Taylor Live Updates: Suspect Charged in Shooting of 2 Officers at Louisville Protests National, Today

    Angry protesters took to the streets across the country after a Kentucky grand jury did not charge any officers with killing Ms. Taylor in her apartment.

  197. Breonna Taylor Live Updates: Protests in Louisville Appear Calm National, Today

    Demonstrators marched downtown without police intervention a day after a grand jury decided not to charge the officers who fatally shot Ms. Taylor. After curfew, protesters took refuge at a church.

  198. Britain introduces a wage-support program for shorter hours. Business, Today

  199. Trump faces challenges even in red states, a Times poll shows, as women favor Biden. U.S., Today

    Close races in Georgia, Iowa and Texas show President Trump’s vulnerability and suggest that Joseph Biden has assembled a formidable coalition, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll.

  200. Trump shifts the 2020 focus by again threatening to undermine the democratic process. U.S., Today

  201. Trump shifts the 2020 focus with his refusal to commit to accepting the election results. U.S., Today

  202. Trump shifts the 2020 focus by again threatening to undermine the democratic process. Politics, Today

  203. Andrea Campbell, Boston’s first Black City Council president, jumps into the mayor’s race. Politics, Today

  204. Trump’s grip on states he handily won in 2016 weakens, as women favor Biden, and Ohio is a dead heat, polls show. U.S., Today

    Close races in Georgia, Iowa and Texas show President Trump’s vulnerability and suggest that Joseph Biden has assembled a formidable coalition, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll.

  205. Andrea Campbell, Boston’s first Black City Council president, jumps into the mayor’s race. U.S., Today

  206. Trump shifts the 2020 focus by again undermining democratic norms. U.S., Today

  207. What will it take to vote in Milwaukee? Politics, Today

  208. Biden gives cautious answers on Breonna Taylor and the Supreme Court. U.S., Today

    Asked by reporters about two issues of deep importance to Democrats, the party’s nominee was circumspect. The Biden campaign later released a fuller statement about Ms. Taylor.

  209. What will it take to vote in Milwaukee? U.S., Today

  210. Biden gives cautious answers on Breonna Taylor and the Supreme Court. Politics, Today

    Asked by reporters about two issues of deep importance to Democrats, the party’s nominee was circumspect. The Biden campaign later released a fuller statement about Ms. Taylor.

  211. 2 Republicans resign from the North Carolina elections board over a mail ballot extension. Politics, Today

  212. 2 Republicans resign from the North Carolina elections board over a mail ballot extension. U.S., Today

  213. United will offer virus tests to people flying from San Francisco to Hawaii. Business, Today

  214. United will offer virus tests to people flying from San Francisco to Hawaii. Business, Today

  215. Batsheva Makes a Top (or a Dress!) From a Pillowcase Styles, Today

    The Designer D.I.Y. series returns with a sleeveless look for the last stretches of summer, from the pioneer woman of modern prairie dresses.

  216. Now’s the Time for Wigs. If You Can Get the Hair for Them. Styles, Today

    Supply-chain problems have interrupted Black women’s efforts to stockpile during the pandemic.

  217. Another Big Investment in Racial Justice Business, Today

    Square plans to put $100 million into programs to bolster Black communities, joining the likes of Netflix and others.

  218. Hong Kong Police Arrest Activist for Violating 2019 Mask Ban Foreign, Today

    Joshua Wong, one of Hong Kong’s most visible pro-democracy activists, suggested that the authorities had political motives for charging him, at a time when the coronavirus has made mask-wearing ubiquitous.

  219. Civil Conversation Challenge for Teenagers, Forum 3: The Fight for Racial Justice Learning, Today

    To what extent is the legacy of slavery and racism still present in America in 2020? In what ways has progress been made? What work remains to be done?

  220. Civil Conversation Challenge for Teenagers, Forum 3: The Fight for Racial Justice Learning, Today

    To what extent is the legacy of slavery and racism still present in America in 2020? In what ways has progress been made? What work remains to be done?

  221. The Race for Iowa, Georgia and Texas Politics, Today

    A Times poll shows Biden and Trump neck and neck in three states: This is your morning tip sheet.

  222. ‘Public Trust’ Review: Saving National Lands Weekend, Today

    This documentary follows individuals pushing back against political forces that want to privatize federal lands.

  223. To Fight Apple and Google, Smaller App Rivals Organize a Coalition Business, Today

    Spotify, Match Group, Epic Games and others have created a nonprofit alliance that they hope will amplify a protest against the power of the giants.

  224. ‘Myth of a Colorblind France’ Review: Artistry Abroad Weekend, Today

    The documentary focuses on the history of African-American expatriates in France and the writings, paintings and music they made there.

  225. ‘Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles’ Review: Pastries of the Gilded Age, Made Modern Weekend, Today

    This documentary follows the star chef Yotam Ottolenghi as he assembles a crack team to make sweets for an event at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

  226. ‘The Last Shift’ Review: Passing the Fast-Food Torch Weekend, Today

    Richard Jenkins gets a starring role as a man training his replacement at a job he’s worked at for nearly 40 years.

  227. ‘Bird Island’ Review: Avian Therapy Weekend, Today

    This compact, whimsical film about a bird rehabilitation center in Switzerland is perched wryly between fiction and documentary.

  228. ‘Secret Society of Second-Born Royals’ Review: A Princess With Powers Weekend, Today

    Streaming on Disney+, Anna Mastro’s incoherent origin story follows a rebellious princess who learns she’s even more special than she thought.

  229. ‘The Artist’s Wife’ Review: Strife on Canvas Weekend, Today

    Lena Olin and Bruce Dern play married artists whose lives are abruptly reconfigured when one receives a diagnosis of dementia.

  230. ‘Kajillionaire’ Review: California Scheming Weekend, Today

    Miranda July’s third feature follows a family of small-scale swindlers in a deceptively sunny Los Angeles.

  231. Stocks fall ahead of U.S. jobless data and new stimulus measures in Britain. Business, Today

  232. Stocks fall ahead of release of new U.S. jobless data. Business, Today

  233. Stocks fall with Wall Street on the edge of a ‘correction.’ Business, Today

  234. Stocks fall again, with Wall Street on the edge of a ‘correction.’ Business, Today

  235. Stocks whipsaw, with Wall Street on the edge of a ‘correction.’ Business, Today

  236. Wall Street finds its footing after an unsteady start. Business, Today

  237. Wall Street holds on to a small gain after a volatile day. Business, Today

  238. 40 days to Nov. 3 N Y T Now, Today

    And what else you need to know today.

  239. On the Ground in Louisville Podcasts, Today

    Unrest has again rocked the city after a grand jury in Kentucky declined to bring charges against the two officers who shot Breonna Taylor.

  240. YouTube Tries Again to Amplify Accurate Voting Information Business, Today

    Tech platforms have struggled to keep false and misleading information about mail-in ballots off their services.

  241. YouTube Tries Again to Amplify Accurate Voting Information Technology, Today

    Tech platforms have struggled to keep false and misleading information about mail-in ballots off their services.

  242. As Virus Cases Surge in Europe, Hospitalizations Lag. But for How Long? Foreign, Today

    For now, countries are betting they can suppress hospital admissions and deaths without imposing more lockdowns, even as case numbers approach peak levels from last spring.

  243. A rise in new claims for state jobless benefits signals continuing layoffs. Business, Today

  244. German business barometer rises, but the rebound is expected to lose steam. Business, Today

  245. German business barometer rises, but the rebound is expected to lose steam. Business, Today

  246. Catch up: Harley-Davidson will end operations in India. Business, Today

  247. Catch up: E.W. Scripps will acquire ION Media. Business, Today

  248. Catch up: Sephora teams up with Instacart for same-day delivery. Business, Today

  249. Catch up: A surprise rate increase by the Turkish Central Bank. Business, Today

  250. Catch up: Patagonia names a new chief executive. Business, Today

  251. Catch-up: Disney is delaying films; TikTok bans weight-loss supplement ads. Business, Today

  252. David Chang’s Memoir, ‘Eat a Peach,’ Provides Food for Thought Book Review, Today

    The restaurateur, television personality and podcast host lays his life on the table with bracing candor.

  253. Reed Hastings, the Founder of Netflix, Keeps His Library in His Pocket Book Review, Today

    “They’re all on Kindle. Although I have to admit as a first-time author, when the hardcover book arrived, it felt really good to hold in my hands.”

  254. Judge John Hodgman on Naming Your Child Magazine, Today

    Should you avoid a last name that makes the child sound like a car?

  255. Solo Plays for Anxious Times Culture, Today

    The Bridge theater in London has resumed performances after the coronavirus shutdown with a series of monologues by David Hare and Alan Bennett.

  256. Covid-19 Live Updates: Signs of Life for Stalled Stimulus Talks World, Today

    College enrollment has shown signs of a decline — and in some unexpected ways. New York State plans its own review of vaccines amid concern that the U.S. approval process has become politicized.

  257. Industry City: Here’s What Happened Metro, Today

    After a long battle to rezone the business hub in Brooklyn, developers abandoned the plan, eliminating a possible 20,000 new jobs. 

  258. Harold Evans Dies at 92; Crusading Newspaperman With a Second Act Obits, Today

    In Britain, he helped redefine high-quality newspapers and challenged legal restrictions on the press. In America, he brought new scope and glitz to book publishing as the head of Random House.

  259. China Has a New Plan to Tame Tibet Op Ed, Today

    It failed to coax cultural assimilation with economic incentives. Now it’s going for coerced labor and micromanaging people’s very lifestyles.

  260. Home Sales Surge in Brooklyn Real Estate, Today

    Six months into the pandemic, inventory is up in Manhattan while buyers are heading to Brooklyn for more space and lower prices.

  261. Times Square, Grand Central and the Laws That Build the City Culture, Today

    A virtual tour looks at the legal battles and innovations behind 42nd Street. Our critic chats with the Harvard professor Jerold S. Kayden.

  262. What Will It Take to Vote in Milwaukee? Politics, Today

    The coronavirus has added strain to Wisconsin voters already facing challenges to ballot access.

  263. 17 New Books to Watch For in October Weekend, Today

    New biographies shed light on Malcolm X, Sylvia Plath and the Beatles, plus the latest fiction from Tana French, Martin Amis, Sayaka Murata and more.

  264. Trump Faces Challenges Even in Red States, Poll Shows, as Women Favor Biden Politics, Today

    Close races in Georgia, Iowa and Texas show President Trump’s vulnerability and suggest that Joseph Biden has assembled a formidable coalition, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll.

  265. Few Police Officers Who Cause Deaths Are Charged or Convicted National, Today

    A wide gulf remains between the public perception of police violence and how it is treated in court.

  266. In Politically Charged Inquiry, Durham Sought Details About Scrutiny of Clintons Washington, Today

    John Durham’s team has sought information about the F.B.I.’s handling of the Clinton Foundation investigation, raising questions about the scope of the prosecutor’s review.

  267. Trump Says He Will ‘Always’ Protect Those With Pre-Existing Conditions. He Hasn’t. Upshot, Today

    The president’s promises on health care stand in stark contrast with his legislative, regulatory and legal record.

  268. U.S. Prepares to Take Sudan Off List of States That Support Terrorism Washington, Today

    Coming before the election, the move would give President Trump another chance to broker diplomacy on Israel’s behalf. But it could be at the cost of compensation for terrorism victims.

  269. Trump Says He Will ‘Always’ Protect Those With Pre-Existing Conditions. He Hasn’t. Upshot, Today

    The president’s promises on health care stand in stark contrast with his legislative, regulatory and legal record.

  270. U.S. Prepares to Take Sudan Off List of States That Support Terrorism Washington, Today

    Coming before the election, the move would give President Trump another chance to broker diplomacy on Israel’s behalf. But it could be at the cost of compensation for terrorism victims.

  271. A Quadriplegic, a Specialty Van and a Lifetime of Adventures Business, Today

    A biking accident left Kirk Williams paralyzed, but he has traveled widely and inspired others to follow in his tire tracks.

  272. The Future of Airbnb Travel, Today

    Home-sharing’s challenges aren’t only about social distancing and hygiene. Overtourism, racial bias, fee transparency and controlling the party crowd are also in the mix.

  273. Beyond the Pandemic, Libraries Look Toward a New Era Special Sections, Today

    With a shift to online resources well underway, “the most trusted civic institutions” are in a good position to deal with the changing future.

  274. Whole Foods Founder: ‘The Whole World Is Getting Fat’ Sunday Business, Today

    John Mackey, who espouses a high-minded version of capitalism, sold his upscale grocery chain to Amazon.

  275. Breonna Taylor Deserved Justice Op Ed, Today

    No police officer will have to answer for her death. This never gets easier.

  276. The Ugly (and Glorious) Truth About American Supermarkets Styles, Today

    In his new book, “The Secret Life of Groceries,” Benjamin Lorr argues that the kale chips and shade-grown coffee sold at supermarkets define who we are.

  277. Immigrants Keep Sending Money Home Despite Pandemic Job Losses National, Today

    Remittances, a lifeline for many families around the world, have rebounded after a decline during the early months of the crisis, defying projections.

  278. This Is the Casual Racism That I Face at My Elite High School Metropolitan, Today

    Unexpectedly, the school did something about it.

  279. Accustomed to Helping Others, They Now Find Themselves in Need Neediest, Today

    In pandemic’s grip, concerns about food insecurity are compounded for older Americans.

  280. Gavin Newsom: ‘We Decided to Pull the Band-Aid Off’ Editorial, Today

    Twenty months into his term, California’s governor faces a pandemic and an environmental crisis. He speaks to Kara Swisher about his plan to save the “state of resistance.”

  281. A Manly Response to Disease Well, Today

    A conventional model of masculinity inhibits some men from expressing their emotional responses to assaults on the body.

  282. How I Found My Inner Prepper Mom Op Ed, Today

    Survivalism can be less about guns and ammo, and more about homemaking and community resilience.

  283. Poem: About the Dead Man’s Recent Dreams Magazine, Today

    The "dead man poems" Marvin Bell has been writing for more than a quarter century take on a collective shadow presence when read during a pandemic.

  284. I Am Not a Housewife. I’m a Prepper. Op Ed, Today

    Survivalism can be less about guns and ammo, and more about homemaking and community resilience.

  285. New York’s Arts Shutdown: The Economic Crisis in One Lost Weekend Interactive, Today

    We zero in on one moment in New York City’s cultural calendar that’s been wiped clean — what it means, what it looks like, what it cost and what’s ahead.

  286. Israel Tightens Holiday Lockdown, Restricting Prayers and Protests Foreign, Today

    Israel now has one of the world’s worst outbreaks of the coronavirus, but the government’s response has gotten mired in political and cultural wars.

  287. Night Images Reveal Many New Detention Sites in China’s Xinjiang Region Foreign, Today

    China said it was winding down its “re-education” camps for Uighurs and other minorities, but researchers found evidence that incarceration is on the rise.

  288. Even as Virus Surges, Hungary Forges Ahead With Super Cup Soccer Game Foreign, Today

    Bayern Munich and Sevilla battled for the European trophy in Budapest despite growing concerns over fan safety.

  289. Lesson of the Day: ‘Mind Games: The Conservation Test’ Learning, Today

    In this lesson, students will learn about the science of how young children see and understand the world. Then they will design and conduct their own cognitive experiment to illuminate the mysteries of the human mind.

  290. Basketball Persists in Mexico Amid the Pandemic Sports, Today

    The Astros de Jalisco are competing in Mexico’s top professional basketball league during the pandemic. But several teams have decided it’s not worth playing.

  291. Trump Rallies Are High-Risk Activities, Seth Meyers Says Culture, Today

    Attending a Trump event is as risky as “doorknob licking, hugging everyone on the subway and eating shrimp at the strip club buffet,” the “Late Night” host said.

  292. ‘Tenemos que sacrificarnos’: México quiere seguir jugando baloncesto en Español, Today

    Los Astros de Jalisco compiten en la principal liga de baloncesto profesional de México durante la pandemia. Pero varios equipos han decidido que no vale la pena jugar.

  293. Wave Rider Learning, Today

    What story could this video tell?

  294. A Manila Barbershop’s Mirrors Reflect the Pain of the Pandemic Foreign, Today

    Seven months since the Philippines enacted its first lockdown, Jolog’s Barbershop exemplifies the toll the coronavirus has exacted on the country in lost lives, income and sense of community.

  295. Word + Quiz: huckster Learning, Today

    This word has appeared in 16 articles on NYTimes.com in the past year.

  296. North Korea Accused of Shooting and Burning South Korean Defector Foreign, Today

    The body of the fisheries official was set ablaze in the North’s waters for fear he was carrying the coronavirus, South Korean officials said.

  297. La incompetencia de los políticos españoles puede ser tan mortal como la COVID-19 en Español, Today

    Los ciudadanos hicieron su trabajo, aceptaron los confinamientos y siguieron normas como el uso de mascarillas. Los políticos se pelearon entre ellos, incumplieron las promesas y repitieron los errores de la primera ola del virus.

  298. There’s a Simple Reason Spain Has Been Hit Hard by Coronavirus Op Ed, Today

    Spaniards did their part, staying home and wearing masks. But politicians quarreled among themselves and repeated the mistakes of the first wave of the virus.

  299. The Lightning Gain Stamkos, and the Lead Sports, Today

    The Tampa Bay captain played less than three minutes, but scored in a 5-2 win over Dallas in Game 3.

  300. Record Wildfires on the West Coast Are Capping a Disastrous Decade Interactive, Today

    One after another, major fires exploded across Washington, Oregon and California earlier this month. They have added up to the worst fire season on record.

  301. N.F.L. Week 3 Predictions: Our Picks Against the Spread Sports, Today

    With a matchup between the Ravens and the Chiefs looming on Monday, the rest of the week feels like an appetizer.

  302. Nothing Eats Viruses, Right? Meet Some Hungry Protists Science, Today

    New genetic evidence builds the case that single-celled marine microbes might chow down on viruses.

  303. James Rodríguez Is Here to Entertain You Sports, Today

    Don’t think about the economics at play in the Colombian’s arrival at Everton. Just enjoy it.