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  1. Trump’s Big Gamble: Can He Pull Alabama Senator to Victory? Washington, Today

    The contest between Senator Luther Strange and Roy Moore, an evangelical firebrand, is the most significant test yet of President Trump’s power to sway the party’s conservative base.

  2. Trump Says N.F.L. Players Who Take a Knee During National Anthem Should Be Fired Sports, Today

    The highly charged remarks, made during a rally in Alabama, led to criticism from the league’s commissioner and an outcry from players.

  3. As Equifax Amassed Ever More Data, Safety Was a Sales Pitch Business, Today

    The data breach highlighted just how entrenched the credit bureau is in the lives of Americans, and consumers’ lack of control over their personal information.

  4. Kim Jong-un, Taking On U.S. Directly, Sidelines China and South Korea Foreign, Today

    With tensions rising between Washington and Pyongyang, North Korea’s neighbors are finding diminishing room for diplomacy.

  5. Mexico City, Before and After the Earthquake Interactive, Today

    Dozens of buildings in Mexico City were destroyed by the earthquake and now pose a risk to rescue workers and residents.

  6. Why the Latest Health Bill Is Teetering: It Might Not Work Washington, Today

    For reasons more practical than ideological, the health care world has united to stop the effort by Senators Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

  7. The Storms Moved On. The Caribbean Islands Fear the Tourists Might, Too. National, Today

    In a region that relies on visitors, hurricanes left tourism on some islands ‘in a coma.’ The threat of a long-term slump looms, complicating efforts to rebuild.

  8. Center-Right Party Hangs On in New Zealand Election Foreign, Today

    The National Party of Prime Minister Bill English beat back a challenge from the Labour Party and its new leader, Jacinda Ardern.

  9. When Disaster Hits and Landlines Fail, Social Media Is a Lifeline National, Today

    As more people turn to their smartphones in large-scale emergencies, traditional dispatchers are racing to keep up.

  10. Trump Laces Into McCain Over His Opposition to Health Care Bill Washington, Today

    President Trump said Senator John McCain had let his state down and been deceived by Democrats into abandoning a promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

  11. Small Earthquake Rattles North Korea, and the World’s Nerves Foreign, Today

    A tremor was recorded near the North’s underground nuclear test site, but it appears to have been caused by a natural quake.

  12. Lessons From Rolling Stone Op Ed, Today

    I worked at the magazine in the 1990s, and I couldn’t have picked a better place to soak up American culture.

  13. 5 Things to Cook While Watching ‘30 Rock’ Before it Leaves Netflix News Desk, Today

    “30 Rock” will leave Netflix in October. Here are some dishes to make as you binge it while you still can.

  14. McCain Announces Opposition to Republican Health Bill, Likely Dooming It Washington, Yesterday

    Senator John McCain released a statement saying he would oppose the latest proposal, by Senators Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Bill Cassidy of Louisiana.

  15. Tumult After AIDS Fund-Raiser Supports Harvey Weinstein Production Investigative, Today

    A charity’s corporate governance is in question after it allowed proceeds from an auction to be used for a staging of “Finding Neverland.”

  16. U.S. Tells 21 States That Hackers Targeted Their Voting Systems Washington, Yesterday

    About one year before, the Department of Homeland Security first said that states had been targeted by hacking efforts possibly connected to Russia.

  17. The Not-So-Glossy Future of Magazines Sunday Business, Today

    A spate of departures by celebrity editors suggests that the romance of the industry has faded, as magazines grasp for new revenue streams.

  18. London and Uber? It’s Complicated Op Ed, Today

    There is a general feeling in the air that regulators should stand up to businesses that just ignore any rules they don’t like.

  19. Missoni: Spring 2018 Slideshow, Today

    The label shows its spring looks.

  20. Alabama Man Who Waited 10 Years for Trial Is Found Guilty National, Yesterday

    In Dothan, Ala., a jury convicted Kharon Davis of a 2007 murder after a four-day trial. Two key witnesses against him changed their stories on the stand.

  21. At Florida Nursing Home, Many Calls for Help, but None That Made a Difference U.S., Today

    After the home lost power to its air-conditioning, 11 of its residents died. Records and interviews show a preventable descent into chaos.

  22. Mexico City’s People Power Op Ed, Yesterday

    A grass-roots political reaction to the devastating earthquake is already underway.

  23. Yellen and Cohn Said to Be on Shortlist for New Head of the Fed Washington, Today

    Less than five months before Janet Yellen’s term as Fed chairwoman expires, she’s being considered for a second term. But so are several others.

  24. Is C.T.E. a Defense for Murder? Op Ed, Yesterday

    Had his lawyers known of his brain disease, the football star Aaron Hernandez might have been able to use it as a defense for killing a friend.

  25. Pentagon Tests Lasers and Nets to Combat a Vexing Foe: ISIS Drones Washington, Today

    As deadly drone attacks by the Islamic State increase, American officials are experimenting with technologies that can destroy the weapons.

  26. Variety: Diagramless Crossword Games, Today

    Sam Ezersky knows how to pick ’em.

  27. Facebook’s Belated Awakening Editorial, Yesterday

    As social media companies wield greater power in the political system, more safeguards are needed.

  28. Push for Gender Equality in Tech? Some Men Say It’s Gone Too Far Business, Today

    After revelations of harassment and bias in Silicon Valley, a backlash is growing against the women in tech movement. “It’s a witch hunt,” they say.

  29. Iran Tests Ballistic Missile and Rejects ‘Threats’ Foreign, Today

    Tehran said that its new missile had a range of 2,000 kilometers, or about 1,200 miles, and that it would continue to develop its “defensive capacity.”

  30. Michael Phelps, and His Friends Insider, Today

    Alongside an article about Michael Phelps’s mutually therapeutic friendship with Grant Hackett, a Times journalist recounts reporting on him since 2002.

  31. Luck, Not Tougher Codes, May Have Spared Mexico Worse Earthquake Damage Foreign, Today

    The seismic activity of Tuesday’s earthquake differed from a far more devastating quake in 1985. Enforcement of stronger building codes is lax.

  32. Fans Expect Access to Players, But Do They Really Want to Listen? Op Ed, Yesterday

    Fans enjoy learning everything about athletes. But through the eyes of the athletes, it’s more complicated.

  33. Renting a Second Apartment for a Spouse Under Care Real Estate, Today

    Exploring options for a couple who live in a rent-stabilized apartment on the Upper East Side.

  34. How to Survive the Apocalypse Styles, Today

    Amid natural disasters, terrorist attacks and going nuclear over North Korea, it is not just camouflage-clad cave dwellers who are prepping for doomsday.

  35. Antonio Marras: Spring 2018 Slideshow, Today

    The label shows its spring looks.

  36. Yes, Aaron Hernandez Suffered Brain Injury. But That May Not Explain His Violence. Science, Yesterday

    The links between biology and behavior are complex, and a number of factors contribute to violence. Yet evidence is mounting that C.T.E. may be involved.

  37. Why the Equifax Breach Stings So Bad Business, Yesterday

    The credit reporting agency and its counterparts, Experian and TransUnion, deploy withering judgment, trap us in systems we can’t escape and scare us. It’s time for a radical reboot.

  38. One Way for G.O.P. to Achieve Some Repeal Goals? It’s Already Part of Obamacare Upshot, Today

    The latest Republican repeal effort looks imperiled. But that doesn’t mean the dream of state health care innovation is dead.

  39. A Mix of Tradition and Trend in Kabul Styles, Today

    In Afghanistan, the photographer Loulou d’Aki made appointments to photograph stylish residents of the capital city. And when the air cooled down, she captured more natural moments in public spaces.

  40. Bringing Quality Food to a Paris Train Station Travel, Today

    L’Étoile du Nord is a brasserie that opened in November inside the Gare du Nord’s bustling entrance hall. The food may be worth missing a train over.

  41. A Love Match, Orchestrated by the Moms Society, Today

    The bride lived in Tokyo, the groom in Cincinnati. They married after a whirlwind romance, thanks to an introduction from their mothers.

  42. Bottega Veneta: Spring 2018 Slideshow, Today

    The label shows its spring looks.

  43. That Queasy Feeling Down Under Op Ed, Yesterday

    An erratic U.S. president can do a lot of damage in four or eight years.

  44. ‘Politics and Foreign Policy Are Not Reality TV’ Insider, Today

    Our top 10 comments of the week: Readers discussed Trump’s threats to North Korea, the earthquake in Mexico, and a recipe for Baked Stuffed Acorn Squash.

  45. Trying to Save the Corals of the Great Barrier Reef Video, Today

    Faced with dying coral reefs, a team of researchers are breeding heat-resistant corals in an effort to restore the population.

  46. How Parks Lose Their Playfulness Op Ed, Yesterday

    When cities rely on private donors, we end up with sterile, controlled environments.

  47. The Great and Immortal French ‘Bof’ Op Ed, Yesterday

    It is useful to look at Trump’s apocalyptic leanings through this different lens.

  48. Give Cancer Patients a Break on Student Loans Op Ed, Yesterday

    Making payments while sick is overwhelming. A piece of bipartisan legislation could change that.

  49. Tom Price’s Entitlement Spending Editorial, Yesterday

    Taxpayers have spent $300,000 to treat the health secretary’s apparent allergy to flying commercial.

  50. Deals in Code, Arrests in Raids: The Risky Stakes of Oil Middlemen Sunday Business, Today

    A go-to agent in a lucrative industry that depends on global connections speaks up about allegations that it earned millions through graft.

  51. At Alabama Rally, Trump Toggles Between Republican Loyalists Washington, Yesterday

    The president lent his support to Alabama’s incumbent senator in a Republican runoff campaign, but risked alienating core anti-establishment voters.

  52. New Yoga Trips, From Cambodia to Colorado Travel, Today

    Sessions will feature hiking, horsemanship and meditation.

  53. What’s on TV Saturday: ‘Straight Outta Compton’ and ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Culture, Today

    The hip-hop group N.W.A battles to make a name in “Straight Outta Compton.” And Season 13 of Grey’s Anatomy has its premiere on Hulu.

  54. Trump Says N.F.L. Players Should Be Fired for Anthem Protests Sports, Today

    Speaking at a rally in Alabama, the president also said that spectators should walk out of games when players refuse to stand for the anthem.

  55. Corrections: September 23, 2017 Corrections, Today

    Corrections appearing in print on Saturday, September 23, 2017.

  56. 42 Minutes, £2,600 Lost: The U.K.’s Growing Gambling Problem Foreign, Today

    The number of problem gamblers has risen by 50 percent in recent years, and campaigners blame a machine that is unique to British betting shops.

  57. A City of Secrets Styles, Today

    On a Vespa tour of his Milan, Andrea Incontri, the creative director of Tod’s, threads the maze of his mysterious city.

  58. Yankees’ Hopes for an Early Clinching Go Down in a Hail of Homers Sports, Yesterday

    On a night when starter Masahiro Tanaka gave up three home runs to the Blue Jays, his teammates also made some serious mistakes.

  59. Disney Plays Hardball in Cable Talks With Altice Business, Yesterday

    Millions of viewers on Long Island and in Connecticut and New Jersey could see ESPN and ABC go dark if an agreement with a cable distributor is not reached.

  60. ‘KPOP’ Sings and Dances Its Way Through a Divided Culture Culture, Yesterday

    A new immersive musical set in a Korean hit factory moves to the beats of satire, soap opera and everything in between.

  61. Redhead of Hogwarts Games, Yesterday

    Robyn Weintraub moves to Saturday.

  62. White House Weighs Response to North Korea’s Threats Washington, Yesterday

    The war of words between President Trump and Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s leader, raised concerns on Friday that it could escalate into a new and more volatile phase.

  63. Facing Months in the Dark, Ordinary Life in Puerto Rico is ‘Beyond Reach’ National, Yesterday

    In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Ricans were contemplating empty refrigerators, campfire cooking and perhaps wrangling for fresh water.

  64. Prospect of Atmospheric Nuclear Test by North Korea Raises Specter of Danger Washington, Yesterday

    Stopping Kim Jong-un from conducting a nuclear test over the Pacific may be as dangerous as letting him go ahead.

  65. Are Physical Limits All in Our Heads? Op Ed, Yesterday

    The Berlin marathon will test the primacy of mind over body in sports.

  66. On Russian Meddling, Mark Zuckerberg Follows a Familiar Playbook Business, Yesterday

    Mr. Zuckerberg’s modus operandi as a leader is to fix things long after they have broken, rather than to prevent problems in the first place.

  67. In Battle Over Tax Cuts, It’s Republicans vs. Economists Washington, Yesterday

    Republican leaders reject criticism that their tax plan will add to the deficit. And they are determined to secure economic assessments proving their optimistic assumptions.

  68. In a Puerto Rican Town, ‘Water Came Out of Nowhere’ National, Yesterday

    In the hard-hit town of Toa Baja, Hurricane Maria’s wrath swept some residents to their deaths.

  69. In Beijing and Abu Dhabi, Signs of Bannon’s Continued Influence Politics, Yesterday

    Meetings with powerful foreigners — including the crown prince of the United Arab Emirates — signal that President Trump’s former strategist still holds global interest.

  70. Berkeley Students Speak Out About Free Speech National, Yesterday

    We asked students what free speech means to them, and about the mood on campus ahead of a series of speeches planned for next week.

  71. Scaramucci and Spicer Extend Their White House 15 Minutes of Fame Washington, Yesterday

    In the Trump era, tradition of post-White House exposure and opportunities appears to be alive and well.

  72. Manslaughter Charge Dismissed Against Son of Ex-City Hall Aide Metro, Yesterday

    Lawyers for Khari Noerdlinger, the son of Chirlane McCray’s former chief of staff, accused a prosecutor and detective of lying to a grand jury and withholding evidence.

  73. An Exhibition? Yes. Of Talent, and Tension, and Tiebreakers. Sports, Yesterday

    “People were questioning if this is going to be an exhibition,” Marin Cilic said after Europe swept to a 3-0 lead at the Laver Cup, “but for none of us this is exhibition.”

  74. Mexico Has Some Earthquake Lessons for the United States Editorial, Yesterday

    Several countries, including Mexico and Japan, have far better warning systems than the United States.

  75. Solving Staten Island’s Deer Problem With a Snip and a Stitch Metro, Yesterday

    An experiment to control the borough’s booming deer population through vasectomies is said to be the first of its kind in the nation.

  76. Four Rules for the Coming Tax Reform Debate Op Ed, Yesterday

    What must happen so that poor and middle-class families don’t end up paying for tax cuts for the rich.

  77. Do Women Get to Write With Authority? Op Ed, Yesterday

    Working from a man’s perspective allowed me to wriggle free of certain expectations.

  78. Legal Hurdles Could Hamper Suit Against N.F.L. in Aaron Hernandez Case Sports, Yesterday

    The league has resisted settlements and considers the player, who was found to have severe C.T.E., an unsympathetic case.

  79. Nafta Negotiators Wading Into Tougher Territory in Third Round of Trade Talks Business, Yesterday

    The United States, Canada and Mexico are wading into murkier waters this weekend as they push ahead with renegotiating Nafta.

  80. Let Right-Wing Speakers Come to Berkeley? Faculty Is Divided National, Yesterday

    Students looking to the faculty and administration for guidance on how to interpret the free speech issue are seeing deep divisions among their leaders.

  81. Facebook Drops Stock Reclassification That Would Have Solidified Zuckerberg’s Control Business, Yesterday

    The social network’s board withdrew a stock reclassification proposal after a shareholder suit that would have put Mr. Zuckerberg in a courtroom.

  82. Quotation of the Day: Dictator’s Reply Turns Personal Summary, Yesterday

    Quotation of the Day for Saturday, September 23, 2017.

  83. Sandy Alderson Is Eager to Return and Solve the Mets’ Injury Riddle Sports, Yesterday

    The Mets have not announced a new contract for the general manager, but it is widely believed that he will return.

  84. Todd Frazier Talks With Father of the Girl Hit by His Foul Ball Sports, Yesterday

    The Yankees third baseman said he had been told that the girl was doing well in a hospital. He also said he hoped to meet her soon.

  85. How Vietnam Killed the Great Society Op Ed, Yesterday

    By the fall of 1967, Lyndon Johnson had finally realized that he could not fund guns and butter.

  86. Morgan Freeman Angers Russians Over Video About 2016 Election Foreign, Yesterday

    A Russian news outlet called the actor an “American propaganda loudspeaker” after he appeared in a video accusing Russia of undermining last year’s election.

  87. Malliotakis Qualifies for Debate and Matching Funds in Mayoral Race Metro, Yesterday

    Nicole Malliotakis, the Republican candidate for mayor of New York City, met critical fund-raising thresholds in the latest reporting period.

  88. Mohammed Mahdi Akef, Muslim Brotherhood Leader, Dies at 89 Obits, Yesterday

    Mr. Akef had been sentenced to life imprisonment but was awaiting a retrial. He died in custody in Cairo.

  89. Jesmyn Ward on ‘Sing, Unburied, Sing’ Book Review, Yesterday

    Ward discusses her new novel; David Dobbs on five new books about Darwin; and Kristin Cashore talks about “Jane, Unlimited.”

  90. Ritha Devi, Indian Classical Dancer and Teacher, Dies at 92 Arts, Yesterday

    Ms. Devi was a specialist in the Odissi form of dance, a once-neglected style that she helped popularize in America in the 1970s.

  91. Ritha Devi, Indian Classical Dancer and Teacher, Dies at 92 Obits, Yesterday

    Ms. Devi was a specialist in the Odissi form of dance, a once-neglected style that she helped popularize in America in the 1970s.

  92. Myrna Lamb, Feminist Playwright in an Unwelcoming Era, Dies at 87 Obits, Yesterday

    Ms. Lamb’s works, staged at the Public Theater and elsewhere, often came under attack from male critics.

  93. Engaged Tennis Players Prefer to Be on the Same Side of the Net Sports, Yesterday

    Tara Moore and Conny Perrin are believed to be the first players on the WTA tour to be engaged to one another. They have had to play against each other only once.

  94. PwC, the Accounting Giant, Will Open a Law Firm in the U.S. Business, Yesterday

    The company formerly known as PricewaterhouseCoopers sees one-stop access to its services as a way to attract multinational businesses based in America.

  95. The Real Story Behind Roald Dahl’s ‘Black Charlie’ Book Review, Yesterday

    The author’s early draft of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” featured a black protagonist who gets trapped inside a chocolate mold. Was it racial stereotyping, or something more complicated?

  96. Three Ways the New Republican Health Bill Differs From Past Repeal Efforts Interactive, Yesterday

    A comparison of the Cassidy-Graham measure with four other bills that failed in Congress.

  97. Marian Horosko, Dancer and Advocate for the Art, Dies at 92 Obits, Yesterday

    After a performing career that included eight years with New York City Ballet, Ms. Horosko wrote books and championed the health and other needs of dancers.

  98. Syrian Activist and Her Daughter Fatally Stabbed in Turkey Foreign, Yesterday

    Orouba Barakat and her daughter, Halla, were attacked in their apartment, and relatives blame the Syrian government for their deaths.

  99. 5 Styling Tips From London Fashion Week T Style, Yesterday

    Here, styling tips inspired by the runways with new ways to wear things — some of which you probably already own.

  100. In a Playoff Hunt, the Angels Owe a Debt to the Yankees’ Gene Michael Sports, Yesterday

    Billy Eppler, the general manager of the Angels, worked 11 seasons with the Yankees and learned a lot from Michael, who died this month.

  101. Republican Party, North Korea, Hurricane Maria: Your Friday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

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

  102. Johnny Sandlin, 72, Allman Brothers Band Producer, Is Dead Obits, Yesterday

    A onetime band mate of Duane and Gregg Allman, Mr. Sandlin worked with their band and many other artists in a career that began at Capricorn Records.

  103. Riccardo Tisci on the Joys of Time Off — and How to Throw a Great Party T Style, Yesterday

    The former Givenchy designer sat down with T on the eve of a party he is throwing for Italian Vogue, inspired by Dante’s “Divine Comedy.”

  104. So Many People Want to See the Tommies and the Johnnies Sports, Yesterday

    A record crowd of more than 35,000 is expected for Saturday’s football game between the Minnesota rivals St. John’s and St. Thomas at the Twins’ ballpark.

  105. Open Thread: This Week in Style News T Style, Yesterday

    Milan Fashion Week kicks off, the man who dresses Melania Trump — and more.

  106. Knicks Get Ready for Training Camp, Carmelo Anthony Included Sports, Yesterday

    Although Anthony would like to be traded, and the Knicks would be happy to oblige, no trade seems close. For now, he is still here.

  107. Earthquake Warning System Interactive, Yesterday

    An early warning could give advanced warning to people living several miles from the epicenter of an earthquake along the San Andreas fault line.

  108. Russia Says ‘Small-Hearted’ Obama Administration Spoiled Ties Foreign, Yesterday

    Speaking at the United Nations, Russia’s foreign minister said Obama administration policies hurt relations between Washington and Moscow, with effects still felt worldwide.

  109. Holocaust Denier’s Sentence: Visit 5 Ex-Nazi Camps, and Write About It Foreign, Yesterday

    A judge ordered Laurent Louis, a far-right former lawmaker in Belgium, to visit a concentration camp every year for five years and write about his experience.

  110. Sputnik for Sale, if You’ll Settle for a Beeping Replica Science, Yesterday

    Just ahead of the 60th anniversary of the first Earth launch of a satellite, an auction house will take bids on a replica of the shiny Soviet spacecraft.

  111. What We’re Reading Insider, Yesterday

    Great reads around the web, from Anna Dubenko, Max Fisher and others.

  112. A Walk Through Dominica, Hours After Hurricane Maria Video, Yesterday

    On the morning after Hurricane Maria hit Dominica, a resident surveyed the devastation in the island’s capital, Roseau.

  113. Rising Star: The Week’s 8 Best Classical Music Moments on YouTube Culture, Yesterday

    Verdi, a young American composer and Bach on marimba were among the highlights.

  114. How to Jump-Start Your Career Interactive, Yesterday

    Adam Bryant, the Corner Office columnist, is taking questions about how to get your career moving in the right direction.

  115. How to Have a Better Relationship Interactive, Yesterday

    Tara Parker-Pope is answering your questions about love and relationships.

  116. Solving the Puzzle of Eggplant Parmesan Dining, Yesterday

    The answer: Slice the eggplant tempura-style, fan it out and then fry it whole.

  117. Make Your Makeup Routine Easier, Better and Faster Interactive, Yesterday

    Bee Shapiro, Skin Deep columnist, is answering your questions about everyday makeup.

  118. For an Investment That Sparkles, Consider Tiffany or Cartier Business, Yesterday

    Jewelry with the most investment potential has a level of craftsmanship plus scarcity that makes it stand out from other baubles.

  119. Bolshoi Sets ‘Nureyev’ Ballet for December Despite Director’s Arrest Culture, Yesterday

    A production based on the life of Rudolf Nureyev, who died in 1993 from AIDS-related illnesses, will go forward after being postponed in July.

  120. Rutgers Failed to Monitor Football Program, N.C.A.A. Finds Sports, Yesterday

    The N.C.A.A. faulted the university and the former coach Kyle Flood for violations related to recruiting and drug testing.

  121. World Health Officials Describe Progress Against Tetanus, H.I.V. and Malaria Science, Yesterday

    Tetanus in babies has been eliminated from the Americas, experts said. Malaria treatment will be expanded in Africa; new HIV drugs will be available there, too.

  122. Bye, Bro. In Country Music, It’s the Year of the Gentleman. Culture, Yesterday

    Nashville has been undergoing a gender crisis for most of the 2010s. Is the latest development — kinder men — a solution? A discussion, on Popcast.

  123. Back-and-Forth on DACA Leaves Young Immigrants ‘Just Dangling’ Metro, Yesterday

    The whiplash of emotions surrounding the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program has many young immigrants saying they feel helpless.

  124. James Comey Is Interrupted by Protesters During Speech at Howard Washington, Yesterday

    James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, exhorted his audience to “listen with an attitude that they might actually be convinced of something.”

  125. The G.O.P.’s Attempts to Repeal Obamacare Letters, Yesterday

    An Alabama pediatrician calls the bill “heinous”; another writer says giving states more power over health care is misguided.

  126. Daniel Yankelovich, Master of Public Opinion Research, Dies at 92 Obits, Yesterday

    Mr. Yankelovich demonstrated that psychology, sociology and statistical analysis could be harnessed in the service of business, government and the masses.

  127. Taunts by Trump and Kim Jong-un Letters, Yesterday

    A reader warns against the bellicose talk.

  128. Pete Turner, Whose Color Photography Could Alter Reality, Dies at 83 Obits, Yesterday

    With saturated colors, often on global assignments, Mr. Turner created spectacular images, some for the covers of record albums.

  129. Canada Letter: Health Care Comparisons and an NYT Offer Foreign, Yesterday

    Our weekly look for and about Canadians, Canada Letter, explores medical wait times, visits the Yukon and remembers a political mastermind.

  130. 10 Things to Do Now in NYC Weekend, Yesterday

    It’s a big city, with plenty to do, see, hear and watch. Here’s a sampling of cultural highlights this weekend and over the week ahead.

  131. Racial Incidents at Cornell: A Mother’s Outrage Letters, Yesterday

    A Cornell parent calls for change in the Greek system.

  132. Minnesota Videographers Said They Don’t Have to Film Gay Weddings. A Judge Disagreed. National, Yesterday

    A judge dismissed the lawsuit, ruling that a media production company’s plan to refuse service would be akin to posting a sign that said “White Applicants Only.”

  133. Ciudad de México fue construida sobre un antiguo sedimento lacustre. Eso hace que los terremotos sean peores. Interactive, Yesterday

    El sismo del 19 de septiembre fue tan destructivo debido a la inusual ubicación de Ciudad de México sobre el lecho del que antes fuera un lago.

  134. Versace: Spring 2018 Slideshow, Yesterday

    The label shows its spring looks.

  135. Protesters Interrupt Comey Speech at Howard Video, Yesterday

    James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, was interrupted by demonstrators at Howard University on Friday.

  136. The HPV Vaccine Gains Ground Among U.S. Teenagers Science, Yesterday

    Sixty percent of adolescents received the vaccine in 2016. A decade ago, less than 30 percent did.

  137. ‘Narcos’ Season 3: Watched It All? Let’s Talk Culture, Yesterday

    From the season’s first episode, the obvious question has been: Could the series lose Pablo Escobar and still be the same show?

  138. The Playlist: A Farewell From Leonard Cohen and 8 More New Songs Culture, Yesterday

    Hear the week's most notable tracks from Noah Cyrus, Angel Olsen, Weaves and more.

  139. Immigration Officers Won’t Get Guest Lists Anymore, Motel 6 Says Travel, Yesterday

    After the detention and deportation of guests, the company has made it policy to not give information out to law enforcement.

  140. Marco De Vincenzo: Spring 2018 Slideshow, Yesterday

    The label shows its spring looks.

  141. The Queasy Feelings That Set the Equifax Debacle Apart Business, Yesterday

    The credit reporting agency and its counterparts, Experian and TransUnion, deploy withering judgment, trap us in systems we can‘t escape and scare us. It’s time for a radical reboot.