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  1. 5 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Movies, Today

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  2. 8 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, Today

    Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  3. 12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, Today

    Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  4. 7 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, Today

    Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  5. 19 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, Today

    Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.

  6. 5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, Today

    Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  7. 6 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, Today

    Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  8. 9 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Theater, Today

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  9. In and Out of the Garden: Books That Celebrate the Great Outdoors Interactive, Today

    Dominique Browning surveys guides to trees, butterflies and a bounty of blooms, aiming to persuade us to become, as one author puts it, “good creatures.”

  10. How to Care for Your Hair...Down There Well, Today

    There are several pubic hair products on the market, but they seem to offer a solution to a nonexistent problem.

  11. 5 Takeaways From Modi’s Win in India’s Gigantic Election World, Today

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has become one of the most powerful politicians in Indian history, and his success has lifted the Hindu right to its greatest power in modern Indian history.

  12. How Climate Change May Affect the Plants in Your Yard Interactive, Today

    As temperatures warm across America, gardeners and growers are seeing flowers, shrubs, and trees shifting northward.

  13. Summer Reading Interactive, Today

    Dive in! Here are 75 of the latest and greatest books to keep you company as temperatures climb and days grow long.

  14. Summer Reading Interactive, Today

    Dive in! Here are 75 of the latest and greatest books to keep you company as temperatures climb and days grow long.

  15. Seven Twisty Summer New Thrillers Interactive, Today

    Ranging through the latest suspense novels are teen killers, abducted children, obsessive friends and even a man with who owns a “liquid cremation machine.”

  16. New Travel Books Take Journeys on Foot, by Boat and Train, Even Dogsled Interactive, Today

    Our roundup bounces from Alaska to Hawaii, all of Russia and some of the lost land of Lotharingia, and celebrates two favorite destinations, Italy and France.

  17. Sports Books on Everything From Architecture to Bicycles Interactive, Today

    A selection of six of this season’s books about sports covers a surprisingly wide range of topics.

  18. A New Crop of True-Crime Stories to Read Under the Sun Interactive, Today

    Marilyn Stasio rounds up the season’s new real-life thrillers, featuring Jack the Ripper, a beheaded lord, a bad girl from Brooklyn and Mexican murders.

  19. From L.A. Punk to Staten Island Hip-Hop: The Season’s Best Music Books Interactive, Today

    James Parker also reviews two books about CSNY, an account of William Burroughs’s enduring importance to musicians and a much needed oral history of Joy Division.

  20. A Gruesome Parade of New Horror Fiction Interactive, Today

    In these novels and stories, the Donner party gets a ghastly reimagining, infant twins are possessed by evil and vermin mutate at a garbage dump.

  21. Wartime Secrets and Intrigue, From the Hotel Ritz to the London Blitz Interactive, Today

    Life at the Parisian hotel during the Nazi occupation, a missing woman during the Blitz and the sad career of Stalin’s only daughter are among the subjects of these new historical novels.

  22. New Cookbooks to Discover, and Two Classics to Celebrate Interactive, Today

    This spring’s offerings go global, from Vietnam to Palestine, Mexico City to Istanbul, then circle back to the beloved work of Maida Heatter and Edna Lewis.

  23. Fresh Narratives of Familiar Wars Books, Today

    Thomas E. Ricks looks at new books on the Civil War, World War II and the Cold War.

  24. Sol Yaged, a Joyful New York Jazz Mainstay, Is Dead at 96 Obituaries, Today

    A clarinetist solidly in the Benny Goodman mold, Mr. Yaged began performing in the early 1940s and continued to play well into the 21st century.

  25. Kenny Smith Wasn’t a Star. TNT’s ‘Inside the N.B.A.’ Made Him One. Sports, Today

    Don’t call Kenny Smith the straight man of the “Inside The N.B.A.” crew. He prefers you call him the listener.

  26. Pet Walruses, Hidden Bacon and Other Violations of Actual U.S. Law Books, Today

    Mike Chase’s “How to Become a Federal Criminal” is, as its subtitle promises, “an illustrated handbook for the aspiring offender.” It’s also very funny.

  27. ‘The Tale of Genji’ and the Art It Inspired Arts, Today

    A show at the Metropolitan Museum is as sumptuous and seductive as the Japanese novel that begot it.

  28. Ask the Booksellers:What Is a ‘Beach Read,’ Anyway? Books, Today

    We called up the experts to help answer an age-old question: What’s the best type of book to bring to the shore?

  29. Trump to Democrats: Stop the Investigation if You Want Legislation Opinion, Today

    Readers discuss the president’s outburst after he stomped out of a meeting with Democrats.

  30. More Than 25 Years After “Private Parts,” Howard Stern Has Another No. 1 Best Seller Books, Today

    In its first week on sale, “Howard Stern Comes Again,” a collection of interviews, vaults to the top spot on the charts.

  31. Judith Kerr, Beloved Children’s Author Who Fled Nazi Germany, Dies at 95 Obituaries, Today

    The author of “The Tiger Who Came to Tea” and many other books, she delighted children with fanciful tales of tigers, rabbits and a cat named Mog.

  32. To Fight Deadly Candida Auris, New York State Proposes New Tactics Health, Today

    The state health department calls on hospitals to do more to fight Candida auris, a mystery germ spreading the globe.

  33. Your Friday Briefing Briefing, Today

    Espionage charges for Julian Assange.

  34. ‘Dear Evan Hansen,’ With a Real Teenage Evan Theater, Today

    Now in its third year, this Broadway hit has grown up by aging down.

  35. Assange Indicted Under Espionage Act, Raising First Amendment Issues U.S., Today

    The WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces 17 new counts in a superseding indictment over his role in publishing classified documents in 2010.

  36. Assange Indicted Under Espionage Act, Raising First Amendment Issues U.S., Today

    The WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces 17 new counts in a superseding indictment over his role in publishing classified documents in 2010.

  37. 2020 Democrats Join McDonald’s Workers Striking Over Wages and Harassment U.S., Today

    As McDonald’s held its annual shareholder meeting on Thursday, several presidential candidates joined striking workers demanding a $15 minimum wage.

  38. My Miscarriage Cured My Fear of Childbirth Style, Today

    It was a heartbreaking yet galvanizing preview of what the human body can endure — physically, emotionally and spiritually.

  39. Millions of Norwegian Salmon Killed by Algae Bloom World, Today

    The country’s salmon industry faced more than $80 million in losses after the algae suffocated the farmed fish. Some are pointing to climate change.

  40. SAT’s ‘Adversity Score’: The Wrong Answer? Opinion, Today

    Readers raise concerns about a plan to take students’ backgrounds into account.

  41. Attacks on Ebola Health Workers in the Democratic Republic of Congo Opinion, Today

    The International Rescue Committee and the global health director at Drexel University’s School of Public Health, on how to deal with the outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

  42. How to Pack a First Aid Kit for Extended International Travel Travel, Today

    We talked to travel health experts and our own 52 Places Travelers to learn what products and medicines should go in your first-aid kit.

  43. How to Take Charge of Your Medical Care Interactive, Today

  44. As California Wildfire Season Looms, Finding Tree Trimmers Is a New Problem Business, Today

    For Pacific Gas & Electric, it isn’t easy mustering crews to thin the forests where its equipment might cause fires.

  45. Britons Pause to Vote in an Election Many Did Not Want World, Today

    But voting for the European Parliament was an ideal way to cast protest ballots against the Tories and Labour, they said. Both parties seemed headed to humiliating defeat.

  46. Britons Pause to Vote in an Election Many Did Not Want World, Today

    But voting for the European Parliament was an ideal way to cast protest ballots against the Tories and Labour, they said. Both parties seemed headed to humiliating defeat.

  47. Over 140 Picture Prompts to Inspire Student Writing The Learning Network, Today

    A school year’s worth of short, accessible image-driven posts that invite a variety of kinds of writing.

  48. Has Trump’s Anti-Rural Agenda Handed Democrats an Opening in Red America? Opinion, Today

    The G.O.P. has left soybean fields littered with $20 bills for enterprising Democratic presidential hopefuls to pick up.

  49. How Olivia Wilde Created a Fantasy Musical Scene for ‘Booksmart’ Movies, Today

    The director discusses a romantic sequence that involves song and dance by Beanie Feldstein and Mason Gooding.

  50. Picture Books About Babies’ Favorite Subject — Themselves Books, Today

    Babies love to look at other babies. These adorable books give them plenty to stare at, laugh at and learn from.

  51. ‘Booksmart’ | Anatomy of a Scene Video, Today

    The director Olivia Wilde narrates a sequence from her film.

  52. DanceAfrica Celebrates Rwanda and a ‘Living Sense of Grace’ Arts, Today

    The festival’s artistic director says his mission is to balance contemporary and tradition with a certain kind of artistic momentum.

  53. 8 New Books We Recommend This Week Books, Today

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

  54. Afghan War Casualty Report: May 17-23 Magazine, Today

    At least 16 pro-government forces and 14 civilians were killed in Afghanistan during the past week.

  55. Motorcycles With One Foot in the Future and One in the Past Business, Today

    The Halcyons from Janus Motorcycles, assembled in an old dry cleaner’s shop in Goshen, Ind., look like machines built back in the town’s heyday.

  56. John Waters, the Man Who Brought Us Divine and Loves Brown Art Arts, Today

    “I always think that art is mistakes,” said Mr. Waters, who has a new book out, “Mr. Know-It-All: The Tarnished Wisdom of a Filth Elder.”

  57. Seeing Red in the Fossil Record Science, Today

    A discovery in a fossilized mouse could help scientists work out the true colors of dinosaurs and other creatures from prehistory.

  58. A Subway Saboteur Is Pulling Brakes Across the System, Causing Big Delays New York, Today

    Officials say that hundreds of trains appear to have been delayed since January, possibly by a single man who has pulled emergency brakes on dozens of trains, causing cascading delays.

  59. ‘Halston’ Review: The Designer as Unsolved Mystery Movies, Today

    An energetic documentary about Halston paints a vivid picture of the atmosphere around him, but the man himself remains elusive.

  60. Congress Reaches Deal on Long-Deferred Disaster Relief Package U.S., Today

    Lawmakers reached agreement on a long-delayed disaster relief package, overcoming President Trump’s opposition to Puerto Rico aid and setting aside his border demands.

  61. Despite Eye Rolls, Good Sancerres Rise Above the Sniping Food, Today

    Consumers love it, as it’s a safe bet; sommeliers despise it for much the same reason. But the best Sancerres deserve respect.

  62. Trump Considering Sending More Troops to Middle East to Protect U.S. Forces There World, Today

    The acting defense secretary, who briefed White House officials on the military options, gave no indication of how many troops are under consideration.

  63. Two L.G.B.T.Q. Memoirs Sow the Seeds of Progress Books, Today

    Jacob Tobia’s “Sissy” and Samantha Allen’s “Real Queer America” speak from outside the stereotypes of trans narratives.

  64. Karol Modzelewski, Inspiring Voice of Poland’s Solidarity, Is Dead at 81 Obituaries, Today

    A historian and a leading dissident against a Communist regime, he coined the name of the Solidarity movement and was its first spokesman.

  65. Chip Makers Are Punished as the Trade War Drags On Business, Today

    Shares of Qualcomm, Nvidia and other American chip makers have tumbled as the companies find themselves at the center of the dispute between the U.S. and China.

  66. Pelosi Says Democrats Are ‘Not on a Path to Impeachment’ U.S., Today

    Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the president was trying to precipitate a crisis through his stonewalling and suggested that he was too unstable to govern the country.

  67. Nancy Pelosi Says Democrats Are ‘Not on a Path to Impeachment’ U.S., Today

    The House speaker said President Trump was trying to precipitate a crisis through his stonewalling and suggested that he was too unstable to govern the country.

  68. Facebook Says It Is More Aggressively Enforcing Content Rules Technology, Today

    The social media company, facing criticism from governments around the world, also offered evidence that its automated systems are improving.

  69. In ‘Feral,’ Gentrification Spoils a Seaside Idyll Theater, Today

    The Scottish troupe Tortoise in a Nutshell, using puppets and live video, conjures a town full of wonders in miniature. Until a megastore arrives.

  70. Trump Is Using His Pardon Power to Reward Violence and Cruelty Opinion, Today

    His vision of how to act “tough” extends from war crimes to police brutality and doesn’t stop there.

  71. Here’s How You Watched ‘Game of Thrones’ Arts, Today

    We asked readers how they celebrated the final season of a show that has some of TV’s most obsessive fans.

  72. Breakfast as It Is in Shanghai, Taipei and (Sometimes) New York Food, Today

    A look at four spots serving fan tuan, slabs of sticky rice that are a staple of the morning meal and long available in the Chinatowns of New York.

  73. Forecasts Call for a Normal Hurricane Season, but ‘It Only Takes One’ Climate, Today

    Government forecasters predict as many as fifteen named storms, and as many as four major hurricanes, during the season which begins June 1 and stretches to Nov. 30

  74. Here’s What to Watch on TV This Summer Arts, Today

    From ‘Veronica Mars’ to ‘Stranger Things,’ 22 new and returning TV shows to put on your calendar.

  75. New York Art Galleries: What to See Right Now Arts, Today

    Alex Israel goes to Hollywood; artists with disabilities talk back; Wendy Red Star’s parade riders merge past and present; and more.

  76. Sanders’s Education Plan Renews Debate Over Charter Schools and Segregation U.S., Today

    With a bold critique of charter schools, Mr. Sanders entered a highly charged debate within the Democratic Party.

  77. In India’s City of Temples, Narendra Modi Is Both Hero and Villain World, Today

    The Indian prime minister’s mix of Hindu nationalism and economic development helped him win re-election on Thursday. In his constituency, though, the mix cuts both ways.

  78. In India’s City of Temples, Narendra Modi Is Both Hero and Villain World, Today

    The Indian prime minister’s mix of Hindu nationalism and economic development helped him win re-election on Thursday. In his constituency, though, the mix cuts both ways.

  79. On Everest, Traffic Isn’t Just Inconvenient. It Can Be Deadly. World, Today

    The route from the Nepal side slowed to a single-file march of 250 to 300 people. The delay may have contributed to the deaths of two climbers.

  80. A Symphony Talks Politics Arts, Today

    To end his first season as the New York Philharmonic’s music director, Jaap van Zweden grapples with the “music of conscience.”

  81. What Makes a Regular? New York, Today

    We put the question to readers, and more than 500 responded. Here are a few choice selections.

  82. Jussie Smollett’s Case File Is Unsealed by Judge Arts, Today

    A group of media organizations, including The New York Times, asked the court to unseal the records regarding the actor’s case, citing a need for more transparency.

  83. Tornado Safety Tips: Stay Informed, Have a Plan, Get to Cover Fast U.S., Today

    How fast you react to warnings and where you take shelter can make all the difference when a tornado strikes. Here is what experts say will keep you safest.

  84. The Missouri Tornadoes: Safety Tips and Where to Shelter U.S., Today

    How fast you react to warnings and where you take shelter can make all the difference when a tornado strikes. Here is what experts say will keep you safest.

  85. How to Throw a Celebratory Spring Dinner Party T Magazine, Today

    In New York, the chef and artist Laila Gohar hosted an evening inspired by an Egyptian holiday.

  86. Many Adults Would Struggle to Find $400, the Fed Finds Business, Today

    Household finances are improving in a strong job market, but just six in 10 adults still could cover a surprise expense without selling something or borrowing money.

  87. Mary-Louise Parker to Return to Broadway in ‘The Sound Inside’ Theater, Today

    The play, by Adam Rapp, is about a professor, a student, and a terrible diagnosis. It is scheduled to begin performances in September and to open in October.

  88. Man Known as ‘American Taliban,’ John Walker Lindh, Is Freed From Prison U.S., Today

    Mr. Lindh, who was captured in Afghanistan in 2001, was released on probation after serving 17 years of a 20-year sentence for providing support to the Taliban.

  89. John Walker Lindh, Known as the ‘American Taliban,’ Is Freed From Federal Prison U.S., Today

    Mr. Lindh, who was captured in Afghanistan in 2001, was released on probation after serving 17 years of a 20-year sentence for providing support to the Taliban.

  90. How Narendra Modi Seduced India With Envy and Hate Opinion, Today

    The prime minister has won re-election on a tide of violence, fake news and resentment.

  91. Where Did the Right Whales Go? Science, Today

    New evidence suggests that the endangered population lost much of a critical food source, but may be stabilizing slightly as it shifts territory to feed elsewhere.

  92. ‘Brightburn’ Review: What if He Doesn’t Use His Powers for Good? Movies, Today

    A superhero only a mother could love, with Elizabeth Banks as his mother.

  93. The College Dropout Crisis Interactive, Today

    And how to begin solving it.

  94. The Amputee Cyclist’s Art of Self-Repair Opinion, Today

    My black, middle-class upbringing demanded that losing an arm at 10 would be no life-altering tragedy.

  95. Virgil Abloh Has Designs on High Culture Arts, Today

    He bridged the worlds of streetwear and high fashion. Can he conquer an art museum next?

  96. China’s Supply of Minerals for iPhones and Missiles Could Be a Risky Trade Weapon Business, Today

    The country dominates production of the rare earths used in myriad technologies, but tangled global supply chains make it hard to hit the U.S. directly.

  97. Banker Accused of Arranging $16 Million in Loans to Manafort to Gain High-Level Trump Post New York, Today

    Stephen M. Calk, the chairman of a small Chicago bank, sought positions including secretary of the Treasury, prosecutors said.

  98. Deutsche Bank Leaders, Facing Angry Investors, Survive Vote Business, Today

    At its annual shareholders meeting, the bank’s chairman faced pressure to resign amid a money-laundering scandal and meager profits.

  99. Tornado Photos: Midwest Assesses Damage U.S., Today

    After a burst of dangerous weather struck Oklahoma and Missouri, officials are assessing the damage.

  100. Photos of Missouri Tornado: Jefferson City Damage ‘Extensive’ U.S., Today

    The aftermath of a tornado that tore through Missouri’s state capital Wednesday night.

  101. Missouri Tornadoes Live Updates: Violent Storms Kill 3 U.S., Today

    A tornado killed at least three people in southwestern Missouri, while another caused “extensive” damage in Jefferson City, the state capital.

  102. Esquire’s Editor Is Out in Reshuffling at Hearst Magazines Business, Today

    Jay Fielden makes his exit from the venerable men’s publication after a three-year run, as the executive Troy Young puts his stamp on the division.

  103. Narendra Modi, India’s ‘Watchman,’ Heads for Historic Election Victory World, Today

    Mr. Modi’s party is winning a commanding parliamentary majority for the second time in a row, a feat not achieved for decades.

  104. Narendra Modi, India’s ‘Watchman,’ Captures Historic Election Victory World, Today

    Mr. Modi’s party captured a commanding parliamentary majority for the second time in a row, a feat not achieved for decades.

  105. Are Beach House Rentals Profitable? Real Estate, Today

    Sure, if you choose the right place.

  106. ‘Barbara Rubin’ Review: An Overlooked Filmmaker Gets Her Due Movies, Today

    Chuck Smith’s documentary charts the life of Barbara Rubin, the little-known but influential filmmaker who had alliances with the likes of Andy Warhol and Allen Ginsburg.

  107. Spotting Wildfires Could Become Easier. Here’s How. U.S., Today

    Thursday: A fire-watching camera system could help save lives; President Trump and Nancy Pelosi face off; and a white-collar prison consultant

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

    This week’s properties are in Crown Heights, Turtle Bay and Astoria.

  109. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, Today

    This week’s properties are five-bedroom homes in Upper Brookville, N.Y., and South Orange, N.J.

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

    This week’s properties are in Crown Heights, Turtle Bay and Astoria.

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

    This week’s properties are five-bedroom homes in Upper Brookville, N.Y., and South Orange, N.J.

  112. ‘Diamantino’ Review: The Fairy Tale Life of a Soccer Star Movies, Today

    Gabriel Abrantes and Daniel Schmidt’s film is a simultaneously goofy and deft satirical comedy.

  113. The Cannes Red Carpet Is So Much Better Than the Met Gala or the Oscars Style, Today

    Pay attention. There is something going on here.

  114. Mayor Pete’s 49.9999% Tax Bracket Opinion, Today

    “Being left of Obama doesn’t make you extremely progressive.”

  115. Investors and Companies Scramble as U.S. China Trade War Seems Here to Stay U.S., Today

    The Trump administration is preparing to announce a substantial aid package for farmers as early as Thursday to mollify an important political constituency hurt by a trade clash with China.

  116. Trump Gives Farmers $16 Billion in Aid Amid Prolonged China Trade War U.S., Today

    The Trump administration announced an aid package for farmers on Thursday to mollify an important political constituency hurt by a trade clash with China.

  117. ‘Vladimir Putin’ Talk Show in U.K. Prompts Sharp Intake of Breath in Russia World, Today

    A new BBC comedy series will be led by a cartoon effigy of the Russian leader. “He doesn’t often get mocked and I don’t think that he’ll like it,” one expert said.

  118. Botswana Ends Ban on Elephant Hunting World, Today

    Botswana has the world’s largest population of African elephants, and the decision to lift a five-year prohibition on hunting drew an international backlash.

  119. Geoffrey Rush Awarded $2 Million in Defamation Case, a Record for Australia World, Today

    The Oscar-winning actor said a Sydney newspaper had wrongly portrayed him as having behaved inappropriately toward a female co-star.

  120. Stocks Slide Over Worsening U.S.-China Trade Tensions Business, Today

    Investors seemed to be reacting to a growing sense that the dispute between Washington and Beijing was deepening and would continue indefinitely.

  121. ‘The Proposal’ Review: The Artist, the Architect and the Other Woman Movies, Today

    Jill Magid’s documentary is part of her campaign to bring the tightly controlled archives of the Mexican architect Luis Barragán to a wider audience.

  122. ‘Q Ball’ Review: Shooting Hoops While Doing Time Movies, Today

    Michael Tolajian’s documentary goes inside San Quentin to film the inmate basketball team operating under the wing of the Golden State Warriors.

  123. ‘Woodstock: Three Days That Defined a Generation’ Review: A Return to 1969 Movies, Today

    The director Barak Goodman uses the perspective of nearly 50 years’ hindsight to examine the mess and miracle of the festival.

  124. DealBook Briefing: The Huawei Backlash Goes Global Business, Today

    More companies around the world are realizing that they have little choice but to turn their backs on the Chinese company.

  125. Valls Puts ‘Identity’ at Center of Barcelona’s Mayor Race World, Today

    France’s former premier wants to get elected Sunday in the Spanish city where he was born. Is he a carpetbagger, or a new kind of European politician?

  126. My Rapist Apologized Opinion, Today

    I still needed an abortion.

  127. The Bank That Kept Saying Yes to Trump Podcasts, Today

    Despite repeated red flags over two decades, Deutsche Bank lent Donald Trump more than $2 billion, becoming the president’s biggest creditor — and a bearer of his financial secrets.

  128. Let’s Not Forget the Establishment Clause Opinion, Today

    It’s past time to consider the impact of religion’s grip on public policy and the Supreme Court.

  129. A Deal for Iran: Normalization for Normalization Opinion, Today

    The theocratic regime could not long survive if the Islamic republic acted like most nations.

  130. What Happens When Our Leaders Lack Moral Courage Opinion, Today

    Power is acting for good — and knowing when you should.

  131. What Does It Take for a Woman to Be Labeled Mad? Onstage, Not Much. Arts, Today

    Tales of women losing their grip on reality don’t exist in a void. They fit into broader cultural narratives.

  132. How New York Cleared a Path for Congress to Get Trump’s Tax Returns New York, Today

    Thursday: The Legislature passed a bill allowing tax officials to release the president’s state returns to any one of three congressional committees.

  133. Missouri, India, Harriet Tubman: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, Today

    Here’s what you need to know.

  134. Bicycle Diaries: Two Centuries of New York City History Arts, Today

    An exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York traces the vehicle’s complex past and present.

  135. Hollywood Invested Big in Georgia. A New Abortion Law Is Causing Some Tensions. Arts, Today

    While some actors and directors have called for a boycott of the state, the film industry as a whole is treading carefully on the issue.

  136. This Cross-Country Hike Took 5 Days. That’s Going the Long Way. Travel, Today

    Liechtenstein, Europe’s fourth-smallest country, is marking its 300th anniversary by creating a 46.6-mile set of hiking trails.

  137. These Rape Victims Had to Sue to Get the Police to Investigate U.S., Today

    As more women come forward to report sexual assault, some say law enforcement has failed them. ‘There was no collection of evidence,’ one victim said. ‘Except off my body.’

  138. The Serious Business of Reviewing Massages (and Other Wellness Pursuits) Reader Center, Today

    Me Time, my column in Styles, has taken me to crystal healers, ballet classes, minus-230-degree chambers and a snake masseuse.

  139. 36 Hours in Bordeaux Travel, Today

    In the heart of grape-growing country, this riverside city in France is especially appealing to those in the wine-sipping, food-loving crowd.

  140. When the Names on Campus Buildings Evoke a Racist Past U.S., Today

    As students demand the renaming of buildings whose names pay tribute to controversial historical figures, universities are at a loss for easy solutions.

  141. $770,000 Was Just Spent on a Playground. Now the City Wants to Raze It. New York, Today

    To residents, a plan to replace a just-refurbished public area with a new residential tower was another example of the housing authority’s dysfunction.

  142. A Novel Idea in the Majors: Using Batting Practice to Get Better Sports, Today

    B.P. has been a baseball tradition for more than a century, but there is evidence that the usual methods might make batters worse. So some teams are experimenting.

  143. By the Book: Eve Ensler Books, Today

    The playwright and author, most recently, of “The Apology” would invite James Baldwin, Hannah Arendt and Anaïs Nin for dinner. “Topics might include: God, death, erotica, totalitarianism.”

  144. President Pete? One-on-One With Buttigieg Opinion, Today

    An interview with Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend on his 2020 presidential campaign

  145. What Reparations for Slavery Might Look Like in 2019 Business, Today

    The idea of economic amends for past injustices and persistent disparities is getting renewed attention. Here are some formulas for achieving the aim.

  146. Mischa Barton Is Back Where She Started. Sort of. Style, Today

    Her role on “The O.C.” helped inspire “Laguna Beach.” Now, after more than a decade, she’s doing a reality crossover.

  147. Poem: The Cloisters Magazine, Today

    To the teenagers in this poem, the medieval architecture of the Met Cloisters seems like a walk-through peep show, each ornamentation more lurid than the next.

  148. There’s Evidence on How to Raise Children, but Are Parents Listening? The Upshot, Today

    Day-to-day individual choices matter less than we think, but national policies seem to matter a lot.

  149. How to Bullyproof Your Child Well, Today

    Teaching children how to take the air out of the teasing.

  150. You Make the Call: Landing a One-Bedroom on the Lower East Side Interactive, Today

    A globe-trotting flight attendant seeks his first solo pad in New York. Which of these downtown one-bedrooms should he choose?

  151. ‘The Hills’ Made Reality TV What It Is. Now It’s Back. Magazine, Today

    Catch up with Brody, Heidi and (most of) the rest — plus, somehow, Mischa Barton?

  152. How Much Political Experience Does It Take to Be Elected President? Interactive, Today

    Six 2020 Democrats want to leap from the House to the White House. Three candidates want to become the first mayor elected president. Two others have never had political experience.

  153. Judge John Hodgman on Express Lane Tomfoolery Magazine, Today

    What if you have 11 items? What about 12?

  154. Summer Movies 2019: Here’s What’s Coming Soon to Theaters Movies, Today

    Memorial Day means blockbusters, horror tales and indie comedies are headed your way. We’ve picked the best films to look out for.

  155. 20 Photographers From a Decade of Lens Lens, Today

    Our mixtape continues with more photos and videos that have appeared in The New York Times Lens column over the past decade.

  156. Emma Thompson Gets a Shock at 60 Movies, Today

    All her life, she knew who she was. Now the roles she had embraced — mother, wife, performer — have her asking, “Am I any of those things? And if I’m not, who am I?”

  157. Violent Tornado Strikes Jefferson City, Mo., in Night of Storms Across Region U.S., Today

    At least three people were killed in a separate tornado in southwestern Missouri, as multiple tornadoes were reported across the state.

  158. Violent Tornadoes Strike Missouri, Killing 3 and Causing Destruction U.S., Today

    At least three people were killed in a tornado in southwestern Missouri, while another caused “extensive” damage in Jefferson City, the state capital.

  159. Learning With: ‘A Pledge to Pay Morehouse College Students’ Debt Prompts Elation, Envy and a Host of Questions’ The Learning Network, Today

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  160. One Last Adventure The Learning Network, Today

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  161. Canada Agrees to Take Back Trash Sent to Philippines Years Ago World, Today

    The garbage, which was mistakenly shipped to the Philippines in 2013 and 2014, had been the subject of a diplomatic dispute and outrage from President Rodrigo Duterte.

  162. Stephen Colbert Pokes Fun at Trump’s 3-Minute Meeting With Nancy Pelosi Arts, Today

    “According to Stormy Daniels, that’s two bonus minutes,” Colbert joked Wednesday night.

  163. How Much Do You Speak Up in School? The Learning Network, Today

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  164. Word + Quiz: pallid The Learning Network, Today

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  165. What’s on TV Thursday: ‘The Name of the Rose’ and ‘Elementary’ Arts, Today

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  166. Who Is Playing Politics With the Port of Piraeus? Opinion, Today

    An ancient Greek site finds itself caught between China and Alexis Tsipras.

  167. Mets Wait Out Max Scherzer and Rally Against the Nationals’ Bullpen Sports, Today

    Juan Lagares hit a go-ahead, three-run double off Washington closer Sean Doolittle, and Rajai Davis capped the six-run eighth inning with a three-run homer in his first at-bat for the Mets.

  168. Yankees Blast 5 More Homers Against the Orioles Sports, Today

    Gleyber Torres hit two of the Yankees’ five home runs, and the team survived a shaky outing from C.C. Sabathia in a victory over Baltimore.

  169. Mario Batali Charged With Assault and Battery in 2017 Case U.S., Today

    Mr. Batali, the celebrity chef, denies the accusations stemming from an encounter at a Boston restaurant two years ago.

  170. If Gleyber Torres Makes the All-Star Team, He’ll Have the Orioles to Thank Sports, Today

    The Yankees infielder is dominating Baltimore’s terrible pitching staff in a way that has rarely been seen, but that has some precedent.

  171. On Politics: Trump Blows Up Meeting With Democrats U.S., Today

    The president stormed out of an infrastructure meeting, declaring that he could not work with Democrats until they stopped investigating him.

  172. Peter Dinklage to Play Cyrano in the New Group’s Fall Season Theater, Today

    The 2019-2020 lineup will also include adaptations of Chekhov’s “The Seagull” and “Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice.”

  173. Alabama Historians: The Last Known Slave Ship Has Been Found U.S., Today

    A found shipwreck fits the exact dimensions of the Clotilda, which carried 110 Africans to the U.S. in 1860, more than a half-century after importing slaves was declared illegal.

  174. Courting the Ultrarich With Chateaus and Chefs Style, Today

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  175. The Last, Best Press Agent Style, Today

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  176. So What Does Rihanna’s First Fenty Collection Actually Look Like? Style, Today

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  177. Quotation of the Day: A Rat Invasion Sends New Yorkers Scurrying. Thanks, Gentrification. Today’s Paper, Yesterday

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  178. European Elections, Theresa May, Deutsche Bank: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, Yesterday

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  179. How U.S. Weapons Ended Up Hitting Hospitals in Yemen Video, Yesterday

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  180. Las principales noticias del jueves Universal, Yesterday

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  181. Michigan Hires Juwan Howard as Basketball Coach Sports, Yesterday

    Howard was officially hired by his alma mater on Wednesday, accepting a five-year deal starting at $2 million annually.

  182. What Is Europe? Freedom, Slavery, Austerity or Nothing at All World, Yesterday

    As Europeans go to the polls in a Continental election, a New York Times reporter set out to find out what Europe means to Europeans in 2019.

  183. Lasting Peace Crosswords & Games, Yesterday

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  184. Parents of Dead West Point Cadet Can Use His Sperm, Judge Rules New York, Yesterday

    The parents of Peter Zhu can use his harvested sperm with “no restriction,” a judge wrote. But he said they have no concrete plan to use it for a grandchild.

  185. Corrections: May 23, 2019 Corrections, Yesterday

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  186. N.R.A. Sues Longtime Contractor, Accusing It of Smearing Wayne LaPierre U.S., Yesterday

    The lawsuit, against the ad firm that operates NRATV, is the latest development in a power struggle that has rocked the N.R.A.’s leadership.

  187. Pentagon to Build Temporary Shelter for 7,500 Migrant Adults Facing Deportation U.S., Yesterday

    The move is the administration’s latest step to respond to a surge of undocumented immigrants and asylum seekers trying to enter the United States.

  188. Back With the Rangers, John Davidson Has Unfinished Business Sports, Yesterday

    As a goalie, Davidson came up just short of winning a Stanley Cup in New York. Now, he will try to bring a championship as team president.

  189. Ex-Detective Admits Running Brothels in the Worst N.Y.P.D. Scandal in Years New York, Yesterday

    The mastermind of the crime ring, Ludwig Paz, has pleaded guilty to corruption and promoting prostitution. The scandal involved brothels in Brooklyn and beauty parlors in Queens.

  190. Modi and B.J.P. Make History in India. Gandhi Concedes. World, Yesterday

    With a commanding lead, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his party are set to expand their majority. “India wins yet again!” he posted on Twitter.

  191. There’s Only One Way to Stop Predatory Lending Opinion, Yesterday

    The financial industry continues to prove that it needs supervision. The Trump administration doesn’t seem to care.

  192. Trump Doesn’t Want Peace. He Wants Palestinian Surrender. Opinion, Yesterday

    From what we know so far, the administration’s peace plan is a non-starter.

  193. U.S. Yet to Find Evidence of New Chemical Weapons Attack in Syria World, Yesterday

    Officials appeared to edge away from the urgency of an earlier State Department announcement that warned of new chemical attacks by the Syrian government.

  194. How ‘Infrastructure Week’ Became a Long-Running Joke U.S., Yesterday

    For two years now, the phrase has become a catchall term invoking the chaos of the Trump White House.

  195. Saudi Warplanes, Most Made in America, Still Bomb Civilians in Yemen World, Yesterday

    American efforts to reduce civilian casualties have failed to stop allied warplanes with the Saudi coalition from bombing homes and killing families in Yemen.

  196. Britain Dealt Defeat at U.N. Over Its Control of Chagos Islands World, Yesterday

    United Nations members voted 116 to 6 in support of a resolution demanding that Britain give Mauritius the Chagos Islands, home to an important American military base.

  197. Carter Stewart, 19, Chooses Japan Over the M.L.B. Draft Sports, Yesterday

    Stewart, who was drafted by the Braves last year but did not sign, has chosen to start his career abroad, which would allow him to become a major league free agent more quickly.

  198. Trump’s Bridges to Nowhere Opinion, Yesterday

    Just don’t mention the “I-word” around the White House.

  199. ‘No One Would Listen’: Cleared of Murder, After 33 Years in Prison New York, Yesterday

    Keith Bush was arrested at 17 for a crime he always insisted he had not committed. On Wednesday, a judge threw out the murder conviction. He’s 62.

  200. Donald Trump Jr. Gets a Book Deal Books, Yesterday

    The president’s eldest son will write about his father’s administration and the present political moment.

  201. Should the Electoral College Be Eliminated? 15 States Are Trying to Make It Obsolete U.S., Yesterday

    On Tuesday, Nevada became the latest state to pass a bill that would grant its Electoral College votes to whoever wins the national popular vote.

  202. ‘Fetal Heartbeat’ vs. ‘Forced Pregnancy’: The Language Wars of the Abortion Debate U.S., Yesterday

    Activists on both sides of the abortion fight have long chosen their words carefully, coining terms like “pro-life,” “pro-choice” and “partial-birth abortion.”

  203. House Panel’s Assent Gives Life to Effort to End 9/11 Military Authorization U.S., Yesterday

    For the first time in years, there’s a glimmer of hope for lawmakers intent on repealing a 9/11 era measure that has been stretched to enable open-ended warfare.

  204. China’s Orwellian War on Religion Opinion, Yesterday

    “Concentration camps,” electronic surveillance and persecution are used to repress millions of people of faith.

  205. A Charge of ‘a Cover-Up,’ a Trump Tantrum and the Gears Grind to a Halt Opinion, Yesterday

    The president stormed out of a meeting with congressional Democrats, saying he won’t negotiate while they investigate. What now?

  206. Roundup Weed Killer Litigation Is Kenneth Feinberg’s Next Challenge as Mediator Business, Yesterday

    A federal judge overseeing 900 lawsuits alleging that glyphosate causes cancer called on a lawyer who has helped resolve disputes involving Sept. 11 victims, BP and Volkswagen.

  207. Jake Black, a Composer of the ‘Sopranos’ Theme, Dies at 59 Obituaries, Yesterday

    Mr. Black was a founder of Alabama 3, whose 1997 song “Woke Up This Morning” provided the memorable soundtrack for the opening of a memorable HBO hit.

  208. Dr. Leonard Bailey, Who Gave a Baby a Baboon’s Heart, Dies at 76 Obituaries, Yesterday

    The case of Baby Fae, the recipient of Dr. Bailey’s experimental transplant in 1984, generated worldwide headlines — along with criticism, demonstrations and threats.

  209. Iran Stiffens Its Resolve as the Trump Administration’s Pressure Mounts World, Yesterday

    Increasing pressure has taken a toll on Iran, but if the goal was to change its behavior or its government, it has so far achieved neither.

  210. ‘When I Sleep, I Dream of War’: A View Inside Iran as U.S. Escalates Rhetoric Video, Yesterday

    Over the past month, the U.S. ramped up pressure on Iran. We spoke with Iranians to see how they feel about the threat of war and U.S.-Iran relations.

  211. 2020 Democrats on Impeachment: Where They Stand U.S., Yesterday

    Here’s a look at what each of the candidates for the Democratic nomination has said about impeaching President Trump.

  212. ‘Booksmart’ Crashes the Party and Aces the Test Movies, Yesterday

    Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever are a classic comedy duo in Olivia Wilde’s sweet and nasty teen movie.

  213. Canceled Fund-Raiser Prompts Question: Can a Democrat Oppose Abortion? U.S., Yesterday

    After pressure, a top Democratic Party official will no longer host an event for the anti-abortion Representative Daniel Lipinski of Illinois.

  214. Donald Trump, India, Allyson Felix: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing Briefing, Yesterday

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  215. Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio Talk Tarantino, Stardom and What Might Have Been Movies, Yesterday

    At the Cannes Film Festival, they reminisced about what it’s like being alone in Hollywood and working with the director on their new movie, “Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood.”

  216. Dry Cleaning Your Wool Sweaters? Don’t Bother. Smarter Living, Yesterday

    Clothing tags often say you need to dry clean wool and silk garments. But more often than not, you can get away with hand washing.