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  1. Your Thursday News Briefing: North Korea, Pakistan, Taiwan Briefing, Today

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

  2. Merkel Emerges Weaker, and the Far Right Stronger, After Latest Bout Foreign, Today

    Chancellor Angela Merkel tried for days to find a way to fire her intelligence chief. In the end, he was promoted, to the outrage of many.

  3. Maroon 5 to Headline Super Bowl Halftime Show Culture, Today

    The band is scheduled to take the stage for the annual extravaganza on Feb. 3 in Atlanta.

  4. Millions of Carolina Homes Are at Risk of Flooding. Only 335,000 Have Flood Insurance. Business, Today

    Here’s why the federal flood insurance program won’t pick up the slack.

  5. Notes From the Book Review Archives Book Review, Today

    In which we consult the Book Review’s past to shed light on the books of the present. This week: an unsigned review of Louisa Alcott’s letters.

  6. Why ‘Little Women’ Still Matters, 150 Years On Book Review, Today

    In “Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy,” Anne Boyd Rioux seeks to restore a classic to its proper place.

  7. How Democracy Is Child’s Play Letters, Today

    Readers discuss the ways that play builds cooperation and understanding.

  8. Fewer Attacks, but a More Complex Terrorist Threat in 2017, U.S. Says Washington, Today

    Terrorist attacks and deaths declined in 2017 after a concerted push against the Islamic State, but Al Qaeda and militant groups linked to Iran remain deadly.

  9. SeaWorld Agrees to Pay $5 Million in ‘Blackfish Effect’ Case Express, Today

    The S.E.C. says the company and its former chief executive misled investors about the financial impact of the documentary.

  10. Windows on How Cities Change Can Be All Too Captivating Business, Today

    Technology is crowding curbs with ride hailers and keeping homeowners fixated on housing values. Here are the tools that Emily Badger, a writer for The Upshot, uses to analyze the ripple effects.

  11. Crime and Racial Strife Didn’t Stop His Teams. Will a Locked School Door? Metro, Today

    The Flames, a youth basketball program in Brooklyn, has a storied history, but now its founder is fighting the school it has long considered home base.

  12. You May Be Surprised to Hear That Restoration Hardware Is Doing Great Styles, Today

    Restoration Hardware seemed doomed. Now, it’s a vast and booming bricks and mortar empire. What gives?

  13. Mavericks and Mark Cuban Sanctioned by N.B.A. Over Handling of Sexual Harassment Sports, Today

    An investigation determined Cuban could have done more to address misconduct among team officials. The owner agreed to donate $10 million to charities in lieu of a fine.

  14. Bloomberg’s Blind Spot on Racial Injustice Opinion, Today

    He should acknowledge the error of the N.Y.P.D.’s stop-and-frisk policy.

  15. Bloomberg’s Blind Spot on Racial Injustice Editorial, Today

    He should acknowledge the error of the N.Y.P.D.’s stop-and-frisk policy.

  16. Voting at Home Will Help Save Our Democracy Op Ed, Today

    All 50 states should follow the example set by Oregon and Washington.

  17. Humans Are Making Hurricanes Worse. Here’s How. Climate, Today

    We’re making natural disasters unnaturally harmful, scientists say. And the number of ways we’re doing it is fairly astonishing.

  18. A High-Pressure Countdown for the New York Philharmonic’s New Maestro Culture, Today

    We went behind the scenes with Jaap van Zweden in the weeklong run-up to his first performance as the orchestra’s music director.

  19. Man Charged With Murder in Killing of a Top Amateur Golfer in Iowa Express, Today

    Celia Barquín Arozamena, 22, was attacked near Iowa State University. The suspect had spoken of “an urge to rape and kill a woman,” an acquaintance said.

  20. City Ballet, in Turmoil, Shows the Value of What’s at Stake Culture, Today

    On opening night, while a crisis threatens New York City Ballet offstage, “Jewels” demonstrated the beauty and meaning of Balanchine choreography.

  21. City Ballet, in Turmoil, Shows the Value of What’s at Stake Culture, Today

    On opening night, while a crisis threatens New York City Ballet offstage, “Jewels” demonstrated the beauty and meaning of Balanchine choreography.

  22. From ’80s Street Art to Graphic Novels. And Back. Weekend, Today

    After 40 years, Richard McGuire’s handmade “Ixnae Nix” street posters come out of the drawer, into the New York Art Book Fair and Alden Projects.

  23. As Storms Loom, Some Immigrant Families Wonder: Is It Safe to Seek Help? National, Today

    For undocumented families living in fear of deportation, Florence presented an extra challenge: Whether to seek government shelter, food or other aid.

  24. Alberta Ferretti: Spring 2019 Slideshow, Today

    Alberta Ferretti 2019 Collection

  25. Pakistan Court Releases Nawaz Sharif, Ex-Prime Minister, From Prison Foreign, Today

    The decision by Islamabad’s High Court, which also ordered the release on bail of his daughter, signals that the Sharif family may moving closer to restoring its political might.

  26. Elephant Tusk DNA Helps Track Ivory Poachers Science, Today

    Researchers are examining the genetic data in seized elephant ivory to trace it back to the animals’ homelands and connect it to global trafficking crimes.

  27. Inside Facebook’s Election ‘War Room’ Business, Today

    Seven weeks before the midterm elections, the social network is setting up a central hub to root out disinformation and false news. We visited the operation.

  28. Living the American Dream — in Hiding Books, Today

    In “Dear America,” Jose Antonio Vargas writes about the precarious life he has built in the United States as an undocumented immigrant.

  29. New York Review of Books Editor Is Out Amid Uproar Over #MeToo Essay Culture, Today

    The editor, Ian Buruma, left as the magazine faced a backlash after publishing an essay by a Canadian radio personality who lost his job and reputation following sexual misconduct allegations.

  30. In Brexit Talks, Some See Hope in a Minimal ‘Blind’ Deal Foreign, Today

    In a meeting this week, both sides seem to be groping toward a “Blind Brexit,” a vague agreement that will defer hard questions until 2020.

  31. A Wedding Ring With a Dirty Little Secret Society, Today

    They’re not as shiny as diamonds, but smog free rings are considered sustainable and ethical — and they’re also much more affordable.

  32. Alone in the Studio in 1983, Prince Is Revealed Culture, Today

    Listening to the nine songs on “Piano & a Microphone 1983,” the first album of material from Prince’s storied vault, feels like eavesdropping on the artist at work.

  33. North and South Korea Plan to Jointly Bid on 2032 Summer Olympics Sports, Today

    No details were announced but the mere possibility of the countries’ bidding on the Games demonstrated how they have been a strong motivator for closer ties.

  34. The Kavanaugh Uproar and Women’s Voices Letters, Today

    Readers are reminded of experiences in the lives of many women and girls.

  35. Why Joseph Percoco’s Conviction Matters, Especially to Governor Cuomo Metro, Today

    Joseph Percoco, a former top aide and close friend to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, will be sentenced on Thursday for his conviction on federal corruption charges.

  36. Dancing (not Posing) on Trajal Harrell’s Runway Culture, Today

    Mr. Harrell uses theatrical flair to explore the connection between early modern dance and hoochie-coochie-type Orientalism.

  37. Utah Group Files Complaint Against Mia Love Over Fund-Raising Politics, Today

    The progressive group cites funds Ms. Love raised in the absence of a primary challenge. Her campaign called it a “political ploy.”

  38. Midterm Election Poll: California’s 49th District, Harkey vs. Levin Interactive, Today

    This district includes southern Orange County and western San Diego County. Since 2000, the seat has been held by the Republican Darrell Issa, who was re-elected by a very narrow margin in 2016 and who

    The Trouble With Florence, and a New Set of Eyes in Space Climate, Today

    This week: A look at what kind of trouble the record-breaking rainfall from Hurricane Florence might cause, a new climate satellite, and one thing you can do.

  39. The Big Secret of Celebrity Wealth (Is That No One Knows Anything) Styles, Today

    Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pine and Chris Pratt are cumulatively worth $150 million, according to your Google results. Are they really?

  40. A Dance World Mystery Spurs a Contest for Choreographers Culture, Today

    What’s inside Agnes de Mille’s unopened 1963 letter? Rather than peeking, an organization is commissioning new work in her honor.

  41. A Better Way to Get New York’s Traffic Moving Op Ed, Today

    The city can fight congestion and raise revenue through parking regulations.

  42. We Answer Your ‘Internetting’ Questions About Vagina Eggs, Time Lords and Steroid Rumors Video, Today

    It’s “Internetting After Dark,” the show about the show. There’s a cat in here!

  43. Disney’s and Comcast’s Fight for Sky May End in Awkward Impasse Business, Today

    An auction could decide whether Comcast or Disney takes control of the British broadcaster. The winner will almost certainly overpay.

  44. The Exacting Eye of Akris’s Albert Kriemler T Style, Today

    He has helmed the house founded by his grandmother for 40 years. Here, he shares his many inspirations with T.

  45. Luigi Cavalli-Sforza, 96, Who Tracked Genes Through History, Dies Obits, Today

    Before 23andMe and Ancestry.com, he did groundbreaking work exploring how genes reveal where people come from and whom they’re related to.

  46. How to Tell Us a Secret News Desk, Today

    A Times project that offers readers simple, confidential ways to securely submit tips via their phone or email has paid dividends in news gathering since Day 1.

  47. Kidney Stones Are More Beautiful Than You Might Think Science, Today

    New research found that the painful deposits are surprisingly dynamic, forming much like microscopic coral reefs, and could help with treating them.

  48. Billionaires Can Seem Like Saviors to Media Companies, but They Come With Risks Business, Today

    With many publications struggling, the largess of a wealthy owner can be welcome. But there are concerns that these buyers are assuming too much influence.

  49. 3D-Printed Gun Promoter Cody Wilson Charged With Sexual Assault of Child Business, Today

    Mr. Wilson is accused of having sex with a girl under the age of seventeen at a hotel in Austin on Aug. 15 and paying her $500, according to an affidavit in Travis County.

  50. 4 New Stores to Shop in New York Styles, Today

    How to dress like a Parisian tomboy or Anita Pallenberg in her heyday.

  51. Tell Us Your Love Story. Just Keep It Really Short. Styles, Today

    We’re looking for all the emotion that’s fit to print — in 100 words or fewer.

  52. It’s Called ‘Life Itself,’ and Yet Everyone’s Dead Weekend, Today

    Oscar Isaac and Olivia Wilde lead a talented cast on a journey into maudlin ridiculousness.

  53. Royal Opera House Gets a $66 Million Revamp Culture, Today

    The almost-three-year renovation includes the 406-seat Linbury Theater, and more public spaces in the foyer.

  54. European Union Ends Inquiry Into Luxembourg’s Tax Deal With McDonald’s Business, Today

    The bloc’s executive arm had been investigating whether Luxembourg had granted McDonald’s overly generous tax breaks.

  55. Arthur Mitchell Is Dead at 84; Showed the Way for Black Dancers Obits, Today

    Mr. Mitchell, the first black ballet dancer to achieve international stardom, was also the founding director of the groundbreaking Dance Theater of Harlem.

  56. Trump Arrives in North Carolina to See Hurricane Florence’s Devastation Washington, Today

    Sixteen rivers in the state are in major flood stage, and critical highways remain impassable.

  57. Europe to Investigate Amazon’s Dual Role of Merchant and Platform Business, Today

    The European Union’s antitrust chief announced an inquiry into the e-commerce giant over its use of data collected about third-party merchants.

  58. Paul Scheer: The First Time I Got In a Bar Fight Arts & Leisure, Today

    We wanted to be the cool parents who bring their kids to bars and on vacations. So we did!

  59. Midterm Election Poll: Texas’ 32nd District, Sessions vs. Allred Interactive, Today

    This Dallas-based district gave Hillary Clinton the edge in 2016 even as Mr. Sessions was easily re-elected with no Democratic challenger.

  60. Danske Bank Says Billions May Have Been Laundered at Single Branch Business, Today

    The Danish lender published a report saying its branch in Estonia had failed for years to stop suspected money laundering potentially involving thousands of customers.

  61. Jil Sander M/W: Spring 2019 Slideshow, Today

    Jil Sander M/W 2019 Collection

  62. In ‘Colette,’ Keira Knightley Trades Her Corsets for a Daring Suit Culture, Today

    In this new period drama, the clothes have their own character arc. “The costumes really reflect what’s happening inside Colette,” says the director.

  63. Doubts About the Vatican Meeting on Sexual Abuse Letters, Today

    Readers question how much can actually be accomplished.

  64. Are Airlines Sure We Can Flee Planes Fast? Fat Chance Editorial, Today

    With smaller seats, bigger passengers and more baggage packed into jets, why haven’t evacuation plans been updated?

  65. Arthur Arbesser: Spring 2019 Slideshow, Today

    Arthur Arbesser 2019 Collection

  66. The Truth in Trump’s Law-Enforcement Hypocrisy Op Ed, Today

    As a public defender, I’m not mad at how well Manafort and Cohen have been treated. I just want that same treatment for my clients.

  67. Can the People Who Almost Brought Down the News Business Save It? Op Ed, Today

    Marc Benioff has bought Time, becoming the latest technology mogul to invest in a media property.

  68. One Nation Under Ranch Dining, Today

    Julia Moskin has written a captivating history of ranch dressing, complete with recipes for a fresh herb version and double ranch mozzarella sticks.

  69. Poland, Making a Play for a U.S. Military Base, Offers to Call It Fort Trump Foreign, Today

    President Andrzej Duda offered to host the structure as a bulwark against Russia. President Trump said Warsaw would have to pay billions to use his name.

  70. A Smorgasbord Recession? (Wonkish) Op Ed, Today

    The next slump may have multiple causes.

  71. From the Director of ‘Call Me by Your Name,’ a New Project: A House T Style, Today

    Luca Guadagnino has long dreamed of being an interior designer. Inside a former silk mill on Lake Como, he got his shot.

  72. Luca Guadagnino’s Décor Debut Slideshow, Today

    He’s known for creating sumptuously layered environments that tell stories themselves. Now he’s applied that same eye to his first interior design commission.

  73. Trump Says Kavanaugh Accusations Are ‘Very Unfair’ U.S., Today

    The president said he wanted to hear from Christine Blasey Ford, the accuser: “If she shows up and makes a credible showing, that’ll be very interesting.”

  74. Trump Says Accusations Against ‘Justice’ Kavanaugh Are Unfair Washington, Today

    The president said he wanted to hear from Christine Blasey Ford, the accuser: “If she shows up and makes a credible showing, that will be very interesting.”

  75. T’s Design & Luxury Issue: No Room for Compromise T Style, Today

    The houses in this issue aren’t meant to appeal to everyone; they were meant to appeal to their owners, and that is why they appealed to us as well.

  76. Professor in Yoga Ball Murder Trial Is Convicted in Hong Kong Foreign, Today

    In a case with bizarre details and unusual family dynamics, Dr. Khaw Kim-sun was found guilty of killing his wife and 16-year-old daughter with carbon monoxide.

  77. For Red-State Democrats, Accusation Against Kavanaugh Scrambles Midterm Calculus Politics, Today

    Three moderates had been weighing a yes vote to confirm Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, while other Democrats hoped there would be few consequences for a no vote. The sexual assault allegation has changed calculations.

  78. ‘Who Has the Greater Incentive to Lie?’: Defenders of Kavanaugh and His Accuser Square Off News Desk, Today

    Readers debate the credibility of Christine Blasey Ford’s sexual assault allegations against Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh.

  79. McDonald’s Stock Shrugs Off #MeToo With Good News From Europe: DealBook’s One Thing to Watch Today Business, Today

    The Big Mac maker’s stock wasn’t rattled by protests over sexual misconduct, and today a positive tax ruling should give it a boost.

  80. Citi Bike Is Up, Condoms Are Down: New York by Some Numbers Metro, Today

    The Mayor's Management Report reveals New York City government in glorious minutiae, from the number of potholes filled to the number of condoms distributed.

  81. House Hunting in … England Real Estate, Today

    Surrey has long attracted affluent buyers with good schools, an easy commute to London and rural beauty. But recently the housing market has taken a hit.

  82. A Converted Farm in the English Countryside Slideshow, Today

    This estate in Surrey, listed for $4.2 million, includes an indoor pool and a barn refashioned as a two-bedroom guesthouse.

  83. Why Jeff Bezos Should Push for Nobody to Get as Rich as Jeff Bezos Business, Today

    Here’s what the Amazon founder’s vast fortune tells us about the economic concentration of the tech industry — and how he might help unravel that for the world.

  84. Danske Bank’s Mea Culpa Over Suspicious Payments May Not End Its Troubles Business, Today

    The Danish bank’s C.E.O. has quit over potentially suspect Estonian payments. The problem is it still doesn’t know how bad the problem really is.

  85. Finland Saved These Children From War. Did It Hurt Them in the Process? Op Ed, Today

    What a study of evacuees tells us about the lifelong health effects of separating kids from their parents.

  86. ‘I Don’t Have an Attorney General,’ Trump Says in a New Attack on Sessions Washington, Today

    President Trump said his disappointment with Attorney General Jeff Sessions was not limited to his recusal from the Russia investigation.

  87. Trump Admits ‘We Have an Attorney General,’ but Says He’s Disappointed in Him Washington, Today

    President Trump softened comments he made in an earlier interview attacking his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, saying he was disappointed “for many reasons.”

  88. $1.3 Million Homes in Kentucky, Texas and Delaware Real Estate, Today

    A three-story brick colonial in Louisville, a condominium in Dallas and a restored antique house near Delaware Bay.

  89. What You Get for $1.3 Million Slideshow, Today

    A three-brick colonial in Louisville, Ky.; a condominium in Dallas; and a restored antique house in Lewes, Del.

  90. Life Insurance Offering More Incentive to Live Longer Business, Today

    Applying behavioral economics, John Hancock is offering a discount on life insurance and other incentives to customers with healthy lifestyles.

  91. California Today: To Tell the Brown Family Saga, Start in 1852 National, Today

    Wednesday: The historian Miriam Pawel talks about the governor’s family history, Christine Blasey Ford wants an F.B.I. investigation, and a Santa Barbara teenager finds $10,000.

  92. Tu resumen de noticias del miércoles Universal, Today

    La vida tras el sismo, los pagos de la Iglesia y estereotipos masculinos: lo que está sucediendo en América Latina y el mundo.

  93. White Nationalism + Lies Op Ed, Today

    It’s the Trump playbook. And Wilbur Ross, the commerce secretary, just got caught using it.

  94. For Kenley Jansen, a Huge Postseason, Then Heart Surgery Sports, Today

    The Dodgers closer lives with an irregular heartbeat that requires surgery.

  95. R.I.P., the Celebrity Profile Culture, Today

    The famous are saying less (if anything at all), granting interviews to their friends and sharing on social media. What’s being lost? Almost everything.

  96. The Army Stopped Expelling Immigrant Recruits. But an Email Suggests It’s Still Trying. National, Today

    An internal message suggests that the Army may be looking for different grounds for discharge that would sidestep current litigation.

  97. North Korea’s New Promises on Weapons Stop Short of Denuclearization Foreign, Today

    Kim Jong-un agreed to “permanently dismantle” key facilities in a bid to ease tensions with South Korea, but his offers did not meet U.S. demands.

  98. Bitcoin Miners Flock to New York’s Remote Corners, but Get Chilly Reception Metro, Today

    A region that once attracted heavy industry is coping with an influx of Bitcoin speculators, lured by an abundance of cheap electricity.

  99. Najib Razak, Former Malaysian Prime Minister, to Face More Charges Foreign, Today

    Mr. Najib, who was ousted in an election in May, was arrested Wednesday and will be charged the transfer of $681 million in state funds to his personal account.

  100. End of a Car-Selling Era as AutoNation’s Chief Steps Down Business, Today

    Mike Jackson’s formula for franchised dealerships created the industry’s biggest retailer and paved the way for investors to take car sales seriously.

  101. DealBook Briefing: Trump’s Potentially Permanent Trade War Business, Today

    As U.S.-China trade tensions continue to escalate, some commentators believe that this might be the new normal.

  102. Talk of Ethnic Partition of Kosovo Revives Old Balkan Ghosts Foreign, Today

    The suggestion, which has many worried about a resurgence of violence, would effectively concede the failure of decades of American policy.

  103. How Scott Morrison’s Boat Trophy Burst Into Public View — and Why It Matters Foreign, Today

    A knickknack adorning the Australian prime minister’s office wasn’t the only expression of his pride in a strict policy on accepting migrants by boat.

  104. New York Today: Where Are We on Weed? Metro, Today

    Wednesday: Discussions on the potential legalization of marijuana, and Photoville in Brooklyn.

  105. The Crossword Garage: 8 Car Makes and Models You Should Know Games, Today

    Cruise through this list of The New York Times Crossword’s favorite automobiles.

  106. Apple Watch Series 4 Review: Faster, Bigger, With a Promise to Be Healthier Business, Today

    The faster speeds and larger screen sound boring on paper. But an electrical heart sensor gives a glimpse of the promise to come, our reviewer writes.

  107. A Nuclear Bomb Inside the Vatican Op Ed, Today

    I am not a Catholic, but the Holy City filled me with awe. I wonder what its leader thinks of me, though.

  108. Losing Touch, Finding Intimacy Op Ed, Today

    I had come to believe I was unable to break through my physical disability. I was wrong.

  109. What the Kavanaugh Accusations Mean for Red-State Democrats Op Ed, Today

    Things just got a lot more complicated for Joe Manchin.

  110. Will Dr. Blasey Testify? Podcasts, Today

    Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh of sexual assault, has said that an investigation should take place before a hearing. Here’s how things could play out.

  111. The Kavanaugh Accusation Is Dangerous for the Pro-Life Movement Op Ed, Today

    Repealing Roe will be a hollow victory if the anti-abortion cause is hitched to a party that’s seen as anti-woman.

  112. Two Venice Hotels, Two Sides of a Celebrated City Travel, Today

    One is an opulent palazzo, the other a combination hostel and budget hotel. One has 18 rooms and suites, the other nearly 1,000 beds. Which would you choose for a night in Venice?

  113. For Roy Wood Jr., Alabama Is Painful History, New Hope and Home Travel, Today

    The “Daily Show” correspondent is moved by the memorial to lynching victims in Montgomery and inspired by Birmingham’s mayor, business startups and baseball.

  114. The Power of the Supreme Court Inside America’s Schools Book Review, Today

    In a timely new book, “The Schoolhouse Gate,” the University of Chicago law professor Justin Driver traces the influence of our highest court on schools and classrooms.

  115. Seven Affordable Seaside Getaways for This Fall Travel, Today

    If you’ve ever wanted to take a luxurious trip to a picturesque seaside destination, here are more than a few high-end options that come without high-end prices.

  116. Your Wednesday News Briefing: Brett Kavanaugh, North Korea, Baseball Playoffs N Y T Now, Today

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

  117. Wreckage May Be From Endeavour, Ship That Explored World and Charted Australia Foreign, Today

    Researchers believe they have found the remains of Captain James Cook’s vessel at the bottom of a Rhode Island harbor.

  118. Typhoon Mangkhut Leaves Ruin Where Surfing Gained Foothold in China Foreign, Today

    Members of China’s small surfing subculture were drawn to Xichong, a peaceful coastal village a world away from the bustle of nearby Shenzhen, a city of 13 million.

  119. Bridgewater, Conn.: No Supermarkets, but Natural Beauty to Spare Real Estate, Today

    This small town on the southwestern tip of Litchfield County offers residents a tranquil retreat, complete with rolling hills and grazing cattle.

  120. Trump Hit Iran With Oil Sanctions. So Far, They’re Working. Business, Today

    Iranian exports have fallen without a feared surge in global prices, thanks to plentiful supplies. Still, the policy’s success could be fleeting.

  121. Buddhist Temple, Now a Communist Shrine, Plants China’s Flag in Taiwan Foreign, Today

    After taking over the temple and evicting its nuns, a Taiwanese man embarked on his singular mission: “I am determined to lead the people of Taiwan province to reunify with our motherland.”

  122. Trump Has Put the U.S. and China on the Cusp of a New Cold War Washington, Today

    President Trump’s pugilistic approach to China could rupture relations for years to come.

  123. Living In ... Bridgewater, Conn. Slideshow, Today

    This small town on the southwestern tip of Litchfield County offers residents a tranquil retreat, complete with rolling hills and grazing cattle.

  124. A Few Nights in Venice Slideshow, Today

    Luxury or Affordable? The Palazzo Venart offers opulent accommodations at a hefty price. The A & O Venezia Mestre may not be as convenient, but budget travelers will find a good deal.

  125. Lagoons of Pig Waste Are Overflowing After Florence. Yes, That’s as Nasty as It Sounds. Climate, Today

    At least 77 lagoons in North Carolina have either released pig waste into the environment or are at imminent risk of doing so, according to state officials.

  126. How to Help Teenagers Embrace Stress Well, Today

    Stretching beyond familiar limits doesn’t always feel good, but growing and learning — the keys to school and much of life — can’t happen any other way.

  127. When Family Members Care for Aging Parents Well, Today

    My siblings and I joined the ranks of the 15 million or so unpaid and untrained family caregivers for older adults in this country.

  128. The Five Battlefields for Control of the House Interactive, Today

    Democrats or Republicans will piece together a House majority from across five main types of congressional districts that are most competitive this fall. Here’s our field guide to those races.

  129. Faster. Slower. How We Walk Depends on Who We Walk With, and Where We Live. Well, Today

    Men tend to walk differently with other men than with women. And Americans walk faster with children, whereas Ugandans move more leisurely.

  130. At Round Two, There’s Always a Buyer Styles, Today

    The racks at this resale outlet on the Lower East Side are packed with Supreme, Palace, BAPE and Off-White. The sneaker wall is crowded.

  131. How Connected Is Your Community to Everywhere Else in America? Interactive, Today

    A remarkably detailed look at America’s social lives online

  132. ‘Murphy Brown’ Returns to Fight New Culture Wars Arts & Leisure, Today

    The revival of the acclaimed comedy, which debuts on CBS on Sept. 27, has reunited the original cast after two decades and plans to take on the Trump administration.

  133. Corden Skewers Republicans Over Allegations Against Kavanaugh Culture, Today

    After a senator said Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation process had become “an intergalactic freak show,” James Corden bit back.

  134. Past and Future Learning, Today

    What do you think this graphic is saying?

  135. Will Bill Cosby’s Trip From America’s Dad to Sex Offender End in Prison? Culture, Today

    The judge who sentences him next week will confront a frail old man convicted of sexually assaulting one woman, but accused of abuse by many others.

  136. He Photographed What Hurricane Maria ‘Couldn’t Take Away’ From His Family Photo, Today

    Jose Alvarado Jr. set out to capture quiet moments that are rooted in his family’s experiences yet speak to those of countless others.

  137. Geoffrey Owens Has a Second Wind. Where Will It Take Him? Culture, Today

    The former “Cosby Show” star talks about the unexpected career resurgence that followed news articles about his job at a Trader Joe’s.

  138. Learning With: ‘Christine Blasey Ford Wants F.B.I. to Investigate Kavanaugh Before She Testifies’ Learning, Today

    How is the #MeToo movement influencing the response to Dr. Ford’s accusations of sexual assault against Judge Kavanaugh?

  139. Are Awards Shows Worth Watching Anymore? Learning, Today

    Why do you think viewership of shows like the Emmys, Oscars and Grammys has declined in recent years?

  140. Word + Quiz: celerity Learning, Today

    This word has appeared in one article on nytimes.com in the past year.

  141. What’s on TV Wednesday: ‘The Greatest Showman’ and ‘I Feel Bad’ Culture, Today

    Hugh Jackman plays P.T. Barnum in “The Greatest Showman.” And a sitcom premieres on NBC.

  142. On Politics: Kavanaugh’s Accuser Wants an Investigation Politics, Today

    Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh of sexual assault, said an investigation should be a “first step” before she agrees to testify.

  143. McDonald’s Workers Across the U.S. Stage #MeToo Protests Business, Yesterday

    Hundreds of McDonald’s employees rallied to demand that the largest fast food chain in the country do more to combat sexual harassment in the workplace.

  144. Manhunt Intensifies for Fugitive Who Authorities Say Threatened President Trump Express, Today

    Shawn Richard Christy, 26, has kept under the radar by stealing supplies and living in wooded areas, an official said.

  145. 2 Patients Die in Sheriff’s Van Submerged by Florence’s Floodwaters Express, Today

    The women were being transported between health facilities in South Carolina.

  146. When an Owner’s New Company Puts the Old One in Trump’s Cross Hairs Business, Yesterday

    The decision by the Salesforce chief executive Marc Benioff to buy Time magazine raises the question of the duty that executives have to the companies that made them rich.

  147. M.L.B. Playoff Races: Dodgers Stretch Lead in N.L. West Sports, Yesterday

    The battle between Los Angeles and Colorado remains baseball’s closest race, but there is plenty of action in the N.L. Central, where the Cardinals are making a late run on the top wild-card spot.

  148. Your Wednesday News Briefing: Storm Ali, Chemnitz, Trade War N Y T Now, Today

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

  149. On Kavanaugh, a Changed America Debates an Explosive Charge Politics, Yesterday

    The accusations against the Supreme Court nominee are being assessed under different social and cultural conventions than when the episode allegedly occurred.

  150. Neil Walker’s Home Run Holds Off a Red Sox Celebration Sports, Yesterday

    Walker’s three-run homer in the seventh inning held up for a win as the Yankees kept Boston from clinching the American League East title, for now.

  151. Tragedy? Farce? Confusion? The Method Behind That Russian Poisoning Interview Foreign, Yesterday

    When two Russians were trotted out to deny British accusations that they tried to kill an ex-spy, few believed them. Maybe no one was really meant to.

  152. Are Bert and Ernie Gay? ‘Sesame Street’ Writer Says His Comments Were Misinterpreted Express, Yesterday

    Mark Saltzman said he wrote the iconic muppets as a “loving couple.” Sesame Workshop says they’re “best friends.” We may never know for sure.

  153. Accusations Draw New Attention to Kavanaugh’s Remarks About Drinking Express, Yesterday

    In a speech to the Yale Law School Federalist Society in 2014, Judge Kavanaugh recalled some debaucherous — if seemingly harmless — nights of heavy drinking as a law student.

  154. Brooklyn Diocese Is Part of $27.5 Million Settlement in 4 Sex Abuse Cases Metro, Yesterday

    The settlement is believed to be one of the largest ever awarded to victims of sexual abuse in the Roman Catholic Church.

  155. Choked Up With Emotion Games, Yesterday

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  156. Quotation of the Day: In Missouri Race, McCaskill Says, ‘Everything Has to Go Well’ Summary, Yesterday

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  157. Corrections: Wednesday, September 19, 2018 Corrections, Yesterday

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  158. Sexual Abuse Isn’t Partisan Editorial, Yesterday

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  159. U.S. Loses Track of Another 1,500 Migrant Children, Investigators Find Washington, Yesterday

    The inability to confirm the whereabouts of migrant children after they move from federal shelters raises concerns that they could be exploited by human traffickers.

  160. The Los Angeles Clippers Signed a Big Star. From Sports Illustrated. Sports, Yesterday

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  161. Unraveling the Mystery of a 12-Day Killing Spree at the Border National, Yesterday

    The arrest of a Border Patrol agent in the killing of four people in Laredo, Tex., has left investigators struggling for answers.

  162. Julie Chen Exits ‘The Talk’ as Les Moonves Faces Sexual Misconduct Allegations Express, Yesterday

    Ms. Chen, who has co-hosted the CBS show for years, said she needed to spend more time with family, days after Mr. Moonves, her husband, stepped down as network chief.

  163. Will Donald Trump Stand Up to China? Editorial, Yesterday

    He’s cracking down over trade, but it’s urgent that he protest Beijing’s human rights abuses as well.

  164. The Local Precinct Knew Her Troubles. The Officers Who Shot Her Came From Another. Metro, Yesterday

    Officers had responded to 911 calls to the Queens address before, according to the police. But officers in that precinct were away mourning a colleague.

  165. How the Next Downturn Will Surprise Us Op Ed, Yesterday

    In their campaign to contain the risks that caused the Great Recession, central bankers may have planted the seeds for the next global economic crisis.

  166. In Mexico, a Truck Full of Corpses Takes a Mystery Road Trip Foreign, Yesterday

    When a refrigerated truck used as storage by a morgue in Jalisco State was taken on an unusual, and unexplained, trip, it became a sad symbol of Mexico’s wave of violence.

  167. The Broken Pieces of Middle East Peace Op Ed, Yesterday

    Forty years after the Camp David accords, we’re again at a fateful moment.

  168. ‘It’s Back’: Underwater Yet Again, the Carolinas Face a New Reality National, Yesterday

    As climate change and rapid growth bring more flooding, residents and officials must grapple with where to rebuild and how to prepare for the next storm.

  169. The Police in Her Neighborhood Knew Her Troubles. The Police Who Shot Her Were From Elsewhere. New York, Yesterday

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  170. Supreme Court Won’t Disturb Ruling Unmasking Dark Money Donors Washington, Yesterday

    The justices refused to stay a lower-court ruling requiring disclosure of contributions to groups that place political advertisements.

  171. Thad Mumford, Pathbreaking Television Writer, Is Dead at 67 Obits, Yesterday

    Mr. Mumford forged a writing career on shows like “M*A*S*H” and “Maude” at a time when African-Americans were rare in network writing rooms.

  172. Trade, Buybacks and Brexit: DealBook’s Closing Bell Business, Yesterday

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  173. Ruth Clark, Who Helped the Jobless Get a Foothold, Dies at 76 Obits, Yesterday

    A key-punch operator herself, she opened an agency in 1974 to meet a demand for data processors and to relieve unemployment in minority neighborhoods.

  174. I Highly Recommend Joining This Cult Op Ed, Yesterday

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  175. Stormy Daniels’s ‘Full Disclosure’ Book Will Likely Rattle White House Book Review, Yesterday

    Mr. Trump’s presidency has proved to be an unexpected boon for the publishing industry, which has unleashed a barrage of juicy insider accounts.

  176. Late Goals Save Liverpool and Sink Tottenham in Champions League Sports, Yesterday

    Lionel Messi scored three goals for Barcelona and Christian Pulisic had the winner for Dortmund as the Champions League group stage opened with eight games.

  177. Los Angeles Will Ban the Sale of Fur Styles, Yesterday

    The City Council voted on Tuesday for a fur-free future.

  178. Consumers Will Increasingly Feel Pain From Trump’s Trade War. Here’s Why. Washington, Yesterday

    The administration has tried to shield popular products from tariffs. That gets harder with each new round.

  179. The N.H.L., Seeking Fans in China, Calls In the Great One Sports, Yesterday

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  180. Cuomo and de Blasio: Making Nice, for Now Metro, Yesterday

    New York’s top Democrats rallied to promote unity ahead of the general election. But the fissures in the party still showed.

  181. What Trump Has Said About Men Accused of Abuse Video, Yesterday

    Before the sexual assault accusation against President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, Mr. Trump weighed in on allegations against several well-known men, including himself. His past statements reveal a man quick to defend other men.

  182. Your Tuesday Evening News Briefing: Brett Kavanaugh, Apple, Trump N Y T Now, Yesterday

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  183. How the NYT Cooking Team (Obsessively) Tests Recipes Insider, Yesterday

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  184. T’s Best Photos From London Fashion Week T Style, Yesterday

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  185. Our Favorite Photos From the London Shows Slideshow, Yesterday

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  186. On Politics With Lisa Lerer: Kavanaugh’s Midterm Effect Politics, Yesterday

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  187. Trump Administration Formally Rolls Back Rule Aimed at Limiting Methane Pollution Climate, Yesterday

    The Interior Department move, which benefits drilling companies, effectively reverses a major Obama-era effort to fight climate change.

  188. New Twists in the Kavanaugh Drama Letters, Yesterday

    Readers continue the debate over whether an alleged sexual assault as a teenager should disqualify a Supreme Court nominee.

  189. How Does Your Family Get Through the Day? Interactive, Yesterday

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  190. ‘Nastiest I’ve Ever Seen It’: Residents Along Cape Fear River Brace for Record Floods National, Yesterday

    A tourist draw, the Cape Fear River in Wilmington, N.C., can also be a beast, surging madly to overtake homes and force residents fleeing.

  191. We Traded City Life to Live in a Small Town. It Wasn’t Easy. Smarter Living, Yesterday

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  192. Your Wednesday News Briefing: China, Myanmar, Elon Musk N Y T Now, Yesterday

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