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  1. Film Festival Season Comes to New York Interactive, Today

    The New York region has a flurry of film festivals kicking off over the next few weeks, with several high-profile movies debuting. Here’s what to look out for.

  2. With Mortgage Rates Soaring, the Housing Market Takes Another Hit Real Estate, Today

    As the average 30-year mortgage rate eclipses 7 percent, home buyers and sellers are confronting sticker shock.

  3. Today’s Hurricane Ian Florida live blog included three standalone posts:
  4. 12 New Books We Recommend This Week Books, Today

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

  5. City Ballet Dresses Up for Another Fashion Letdown Arts, Today

    With music by Solange and ballets by Kyle Abraham, Gianna Reisen and Justin Peck, the company’s annual fashion gala prizes costumes over dancing.

  6. 5 Classical Music Albums You Can Listen to Right Now Arts, Today

    A recent work by Andrew McIntosh, the latest undertaking by Igor Levit and a high-profile tribute to Mieczyslaw Weinberg are among the highlights.

  7. Dreaming of Spaghetti and (Meatless) Meatballs Food, Today

    Ricotta polpette, vegetarian Swedish meatballs and plant-based meatballs.

  8. In Lea Michele, ‘Funny Girl’ Has Finally Found Its Fanny Theater, Today

    The “Glee” star is stupendous in the role Barbra Streisand made famous, turning the 1964 musical into something better than we know it to be.

  9. Sanibel Island Loses Its Only Bridge, With a Difficult Recovery Ahead U.S., Today

    With the three-mile bridge destroyed, the 12-mile barrier island can only be reached by boat or helicopter, making rescues difficult.

  10. The Empty Spectacle of Marilyn Monroe’s Fantasy Fetus Movies, Today

    “Blonde” pretends to imagine how Monroe would have felt about her pregnancies. Instead, it jarringly shoves a C.G.I. fetus into her midcentury mind.

  11. Pentagon Plans to Set Up a New Command to Arm Ukraine, Officials Say U.S., Today

    The mission in Germany would streamline a training and assistance system that the United States and its allies created on the fly after Russia’s invasion, officials said.

  12. Overlooked No More: Maria Orosa, Inventor of Banana Ketchup Obituaries, Today

    As a food scientist, she sought to reduce the Philippines’ dependence on imported food, pioneering new ways to use local products. And that was before she became a war hero.

  13. In a Reversal, New York City Tightens Admissions to Some Top Schools New York, Today

    The city loosened selection criteria during the pandemic, policies some parents protested as unfair and others hoped would reduce racial disparities.

  14. ‘Ten Tricks’ Review: Trying to Drum Up Some Magic Movies, Today

    In Richard Pagano’s indie comedy, Lea Thompson plays a brothel’s business-savvy madam with a ticking biological clock.

  15. ‘Bros’ Review: Boy Meets Boy Meets Multiplex Movies, Today

    Billy Eichner plays a moody podcaster who has sworn off relationships, but just might find himself in one anyway, in this gay romantic comedy.

  16. Today’s Russia Ukraine War News live blog included 10 standalone posts:
  17. Russia Beat and Denied Food to Prisoners of War, Ukraine Says World, Today

    Evidence of Russian abuses of captives has fueled outrage and added to a litany of reports of Russian war crimes.

  18. The Debate Over the ‘Jihad’ Documentary Opinion, Today

    Readers discuss criticism of a white woman’s film about Muslims accused of terrorism. Also: Preschool in New York; gay and in exile; a fragile democracy; student debt.

  19. An Unconfirmed Death Toll Estimate From Lee County Spread Widely U.S., Today

    There is no official estimate of the number of people killed by Hurricane Ian in Lee County or across Florida.

  20. An Unconfirmed Death Toll Estimate From Lee County Spread Widely U.S., Today

    There is no official estimate of the number of people killed by Hurricane Ian in Lee County or across Florida.

  21. For Queer Couples, Engagement Rings With Subversive Stones Style, Today

    As one jeweler put it, many of her L.G.B.T.Q. clients want “the opposite of what a diamond is supposed to stand for.” Sapphires, opals and other nontraditional stones have in turn grown more coveted.

  22. Donald Can’t Quit Maggie Opinion, Today

    A Times reporter’s new biography of Trump shows the boundlessness of his self-regard.

  23. Curators for the 2024 Whitney Biennial Are Announced Arts, Today

    Chrissie Iles, a longtime veteran of the museum, and Meg Onli, an important emerging voice in the art world, will organize the 81st edition of the show.

  24. Guess Who’s Coming to Mordor Arts, Today

    Diversely casting fantasy series like “The Rings of Power” isn’t a betrayal of the story. It’s also just one step in opening up the genre.

  25. Fed Announces Plan to Assess Climate Risks to Banks Business, Today

    The Federal Reserve will put big banks through climate scenario tests next year, but the exercises will not force banks to raise capital.

  26. Fed Announces Plan to Assess Climate Risks to Banks Business, Today

    The Federal Reserve will put big banks through climate scenario tests next year, but the exercises will not force banks to raise capital.

  27. Lula salió de prisión, y ahora podría volver a ser el presidente de Brasil en Español, Today

    El expresidente Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva intenta culminar su sorprendente regreso político al derrotar al actual mandatario Jair Bolsonaro en las elecciones que se celebran el domingo.

  28. Zelensky’s Answer to Escalating Russian Threats: Defiance World, Today

    In a nightly address, President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine told Russian soldiers: “If you want to live, run.”

  29. On ‘Fossora,’ Björk Is a Daughter, a Mother and a Universe Arts, Today

    The Icelandic visionary’s 10th studio album can be thorny and intense, but it finds hope across generations.

  30. Today’s Elections Midterms live blog included two standalone posts:
  31. Today’s Alex Jones Sandy Hook Trial live blog included three standalone posts:
  32. ‘God’s Creatures’ Review: A Crisis of Conscience Movies, Today

    Emily Watson is terrific at telegraphing how a mother’s love grinds against her moral code in this atmospheric seaside drama.

  33. ‘Argentina, 1985’ Review: All the Prosecutor’s Men Movies, Today

    Santiago Mitre’s impassioned dramatization of the Trial of the Juntas benefits from a gentle evocation of collective memory.

  34. On the Scene: The Vice President in Asia Interactive, Today

    I traveled with Vice President Kamala Harris as she attended the state funeral of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan and stopped at the Demilitarized Zone separating the two Koreas.

  35. ‘Dead for a Dollar’ Review: How the Western’s Done Movies, Today

    Walter Hill’s lean, mean shoot-’em-up is a master class in B-movie craft.

  36. Wall Street’s Drop Resumes as Focus Shifts Back to Economic Risks Business, Today

    Investors are anticipating a global recession as central bankers take a hard line against inflation, looking to slow the economy by raising interest rates.

  37. Queen’s Death Certificate Reveals Cause and Time of Death World, Today

    Queen Elizabeth died of “old age” at 3:10 p.m. on Sept. 8, the paperwork shows.

  38. A New Approach to Spotting Tumors: Look for Their Microbes Science, Today

    New research is revealing that cancer is rife with bacteria and fungi — a rich ecosystem that scientists call the tumor microbiome.

  39. What’s Going On in This Graph? | Oct. 5, 2022 The Learning Network, Today

    Which elected officials should do more on climate change? What Americans say, in three maps.

  40. A Devious Cellular Trick Cancers Can Use to Escape Your Immune System Health, Today

    A researcher discovered that giant cells under a microscope were actually cancer cells hiding inside other cancer cells.

  41. ‘Hocus Pocus 2’ Review: Still Spelling Trouble Movies, Today

    The Sanderson sisters return, bringing the same spooky humor with some modern twists.

  42. China’s ‘Absurd’ Covid Propaganda Stirs Rebellion Business, Today

    The use of propaganda in the country has been on overdrive in the pandemic, with some Chinese citizens arguing the language has bordered on “nonsense.”

  43. Even as Oil Prices Ease, U.S. Keeps Tapping Strategic Reserve Business, Today

    The administration’s move has brought down gasoline prices. Some experts say continued withdrawals could test the nation’s energy security.

  44. Even as Oil Prices Ease, U.S. Keeps Tapping Strategic Reserve Business, Today

    The administration’s move has brought down gasoline prices. Some experts say continued withdrawals could test the nation’s energy security.

  45. North Korea Fires Two Missiles, Third Test in a Week World, Today

    The test took place hours after Vice President Kamala Harris met with South Korea’s president to discuss their nations’ alliance.

  46. Los rusos están asustados y no tienen adónde ir en Español, Today

    Vladimir Putin anunció una “movilización parcial” que abre el camino para el reclutamiento masivo de ciudadanos. Muchos de ellos han intentado escapar, y cada vez tienen menos alternativas para hacerlo.

  47. Hurricane Ian’s Toll Is Severe. Lack of Insurance Will Make It Worse. Climate, Today

    In Florida’s hardest-hit counties, fewer than 1 in 5 homes have flood insurance. That means communities will struggle to rebuild, experts warn.

  48. Yvonne Rainer, a Giant of Choreography, Makes Her Last Dance Arts, Today

    With more than a half-century of work behind her, Rainer goes out swinging with “Hellzapoppin’: What About the Bees?,” which takes on themes of race and resistance.

  49. ‘Ninguno está a salvo’: México es el país más mortal del mundo para los activistas medioambientales, según un informe en Español, Today

    Un nuevo reporte del grupo Global Witness indica que 54 activistas de los derechos de la tierra fueron asesinados en México el año pasado; la cifra supera a los incidentes registrados en otros países del mundo.

  50. Mexico Named Deadliest Country for Environmental Activists World, Today

    A new report from the watchdog group Global Witness found that 54 land rights activists were killed in Mexico last year, the most of any country.

  51. Porsche Shares Jump in Blockbuster Market Debut Business, Today

    Volkswagen spun off the German carmaker on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, where its stock began trading higher despite a broader decline in European markets.

  52. Does Your House Earn $266 a Day? Real Estate, Today

    A day-by-day look at the long-term increases in single-family-home prices.

  53. U.S. Economy Weaker Than Thought in Year’s First Half, by One Measure Business, Today

    Gross domestic income, adjusted for inflation, grew more modestly than first estimated. Unlike gross domestic product, though, it remained positive.

  54. California Is Expected to Enter a Fourth Straight Year of Drought U.S., Today

    Hotter and drier weather is likely to continue, with La Niña conditions forecast for the winter.

  55. Today’s Economy News Inflation Stocks live blog included one standalone post:
  56. In Jumana Manna’s Film, a Wild Plant Crosses the Political Line Arts, Today

    A Palestinian artist explores how Israel’s ban on foraging a spiny vegetable reverberated beyond the kitchen.

  57. German Inflation Soars to Double Digits for First Time in Decades Business, Today

    Consumer prices rose 10.9 percent in the year through September, much higher than expected, driven by high energy and food prices.

  58. Hurricane Ian’s Devastation Shows the Challenge of Pricing Climate Risk Business, Today

    As severe weather events become more frequent, pricing the risk associated with them will only get trickier.

  59. Homes for Sale in New York and Connecticut Real Estate, Today

    This week’s properties are four-bedroom homes in Port Chester, N.Y., and Fairfield, Conn.

  60. A Singaporean Chocolatier Infusing Sweets With Seaweed, Curry and Satay Spice T Magazine, Today

    Plus: a French hotel in Tribeca, an Italian fashion exhibition and more recommendations from T Magazine.

  61. Bottega Veneta Ties the Knot Again T Magazine, Today

    A new clutch highlights the brand’s signature woven leather.

  62. Hospitals in Coastal Cities Risk Flooding Even in ‘Weak’ Hurricanes, Study Finds Climate, Today

    In a third of the 78 cities examined on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts, half or more of hospitals were at risk from a Category 2 storm, the researchers said.

  63. McKinsey Is a Consulting Powerhouse. But Is It a Force for Good? Books, Today

    “When McKinsey Comes to Town,” by the Times reporters Walt Bogdanich and Michael Forsythe, argues that the legendary firm has accrued an inordinate amount of influence chasing profits at the expense of moral principle.

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

    This week’s properties are in Brooklyn Heights, Greenwich Village and the Flatiron district.

  65. ‘Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon’ Review: Escape From New Orleans Movies, Today

    This hyper-stylized quasi-superhero movie by Ana Lily Amirpour follows a mental hospital patient with supernatural abilities; it looks a lot more fun than it actually is.

  66. Porsche Takes off in Trading Debut Business, Today

    Shares in the sportscar maker gained on Thursday, outperforming the wider market.

  67. An Italian Maximalist Moves Into a Muted Turin Villa T Magazine, Today

    The tentmaker Guido Toschi brings color and pattern to a 12th-century citadel once occupied by his five great-aunts.

  68. Ian’s Next Stop: South Carolina, Again as a Hurricane U.S., Today

    Weakened but still dangerous, the storm is expected to regain hurricane strength before making landfall on Friday.

  69. Do You Talk to Yourself? The Learning Network, Today

    Do you ever mumble to yourself when you’re alone? Or have lively conversations in front of the mirror?

  70. Lesson Plan: Why Iranians Are Protesting The Learning Network, Today

    The death of a young woman has prompted an outpouring of anger across Iran. In this lesson, students will learn about the many factors that have led to this moment.

  71. Finland bars Russians from entering as tourists. World, Today

    The long-planned move closes off the last land route into the European Union for people fleeing Russia’s military mobilization effort.

  72. The Kashmiri Chef Foraging on Precarious Soil T Magazine, Today

    For Prateek Sadhu, gathering native ingredients in the conflict zone where he grew up is the only way of asserting Kashmir’s tenuous place in the world.

  73. The Rise of the Hand-Painted Billboard Business, Today

    As digital fatigue from the pandemic grows, hand-painted billboards are making a comeback.

  74. ‘What We Leave Behind’ Review: A Father’s Final Project Movies, Today

    At 89, Julián Moreno began building a home in Mexico for his children who had immigrated to the U.S. His granddaughter made the poignant documentary “What We Leave Behind.”

  75. ‘I Didn’t See You There’ Review: A View From His Seat Movies, Today

    The filmmaker Reid Davenport, by turns pensive and irritated, takes viewers inside his life as a disabled person through footage shot entirely from his perspective.

  76. ‘InHospitable’ Review: Fight for Survival Movies, Today

    Patients push back on a medical behemoth in this persuasive health care documentary.

  77. ‘From the Hood to the Holler’ Review: A Race to Galvanize the Poor Movies, Today

    A new documentary revisits the former Kentucky state representative Charles Booker’s 2020 campaign to unseat Mitch McConnell in the Senate.

  78. ‘Sirens’ Review: The Risk in Rocking Out in Beirut Movies, Today

    A documentary about an all-female metal group in Lebanon shows the difficulties of asserting complex identities in a repressive environment.

  79. ‘Smile’ Review: Grab and Grin Movies, Today

    A young psychiatrist believes she’s being pursued by a malevolent force in this impressive horror feature debut.

  80. ‘The Justice of Bunny King’ Review: No Way Out Movies, Today

    In this unsteady drama from New Zealand, Bunny, a chronic rule-bender, wants to pay a birthday visit to her daughter, but first she needs a house.

  81. ‘The Good House’ Review: Expending Emotional Real Estate Movies, Today

    Sigourney Weaver and Kevin Kline star in a film that hides a story about alcoholism inside a soft focus romance.

  82. ‘Vesper’ Review: Seeds of Hope Movies, Today

    This elegantly visualized dystopian fantasy envelops us in the world of a gifted girl fending for survival with her sickly father.

  83. ‘Smile’ Review: Grab and Grin Movies, Today

    A young psychiatrist believes she’s being pursued by a malevolent force in this impressive horror feature debut.

  84. Ian Moves North Briefing, Today

    We have the latest on Hurricane Ian, another storm to gather strength with frightening speed.

  85. Art’s New Perch: Your Neck, Not Your Wall Arts, Today

    Artist-made jewelry is no longer an outlier as wearable pieces head to auction — and to museum collections.

  86. One Man Flees Putin’s Draft The Daily, Today

    Kirill, a 24-year-old from the Moscow region, is taking desperate measures to avoid being conscripted to fight in Ukraine.

  87. Mary Sidney, Shakespeare and the Authorship Question Arts, Today

    Several Paris theaters geared up to open their seasons with the most famous English playwright. How would the plays be tackled if a woman’s name were attached to them?

  88. Rwanda Genocide Tribunal’s Most Wanted Man Finally Faces Trial World, Today

    Félicien Kabuga lived on the run for 23 years before his arrest in France in 2020. He is accused of backing the groups that oversaw the killing of hundreds of thousands of people in 1994.

  89. Inland areas are facing life-threatening flooding as Ian soaks Florida. U.S., Today

    Rivers and creeks are flooding, and storm surge means there’s nowhere for the water to go.

  90. 15 New Books Coming in October Books, Today

    A deeply reported history of Covid-19; Maggie Haberman’s look at Donald J. Trump; stories by George Saunders, Alan Moore and Samanta Schweblin; and more.

  91. 15 New Books Coming in October Books, Today

    A deeply reported history of Covid-19; Maggie Haberman’s look at Donald J. Trump; stories by George Saunders, Alan Moore and Samanta Schweblin; and more.

  92. The Last Days of an Outback Town Where Every Breath Can Be Toxic World, Today

    The town of Wittenoom, ruined by asbestos mining, will be wiped off the face of the earth. But first the government had to remove those who wanted to stay.

  93. Physician Burnout Has Reached Distressing Levels, New Research Finds Health, Today

    Nearly two-thirds of doctors are experiencing at least one symptom of burnout, a huge increase from before the pandemic. But the situation is not irreparable, researchers say.

  94. A Notoriously Jinxed Concert Hall Is Reborn, Again Arts, Today

    David Geffen Hall, the New York Philharmonic’s Lincoln Center home, is reopening after a $550 million renovation aimed at breaking its acoustic curse — and adding a dash of glamour.

  95. How McKinsey Got Into the Business of Addiction Business, Today

    The consulting firm’s work with opioid makers is well known, but for decades McKinsey worked with Big Tobacco and has also advised Juul, the e-cigarette company.

  96. Brazil’s Favorite Leftist Is Back From Prison and Trying to Defeat Bolsonaro World, Today

    Former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is trying to cap a stunning political comeback by defeating the incumbent Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil’s elections on Sunday.

  97. Timeline: The Long, Long Journey to a New David Geffen Hall Arts, Today

    After decades of failed attempts, the New York Philharmonic and Lincoln Center are hoping that the new $550 million renovation has finally fixed the hall.

  98. Young and Homeless in Rural America Magazine, Today

    Most social services come through the schools — but it can be impossible to get to them.

  99. Where the Wall of Death Is a Way of Life New York, Today

    To ride a motorcycle in the carnival motordrome, you need to be an alpha dog with sawdust in your veins. Or at least have a driver’s license.

  100. Where the Wall of Death Is a Way of Life New York, Today

    To ride a motorcycle in the carnival motordrome, you need to be an alpha dog with sawdust in your veins. Or at least have a driver’s license.

  101. Despite Iran’s Efforts to Block Internet, Technology Has Helped Fuel Outrage World, Today

    Online, Iranians engage in a world their leaders don’t want them to see.

  102. New Infectious Threats Are Coming. The U.S. Probably Won’t Contain Them. Health, Today

    The coronavirus revealed flaws in the nation’s pandemic plans. The spread of monkeypox shows that the problems remain deeply entrenched.

  103. The Syncopated Sounds of Old San Juan Hill at the New Geffen Hall Arts, Today

    Etienne Charles’s composition for the reopening of the hall honors the Afro-diasporic musical heritage of the neighborhood razed to build Lincoln Center.

  104. For Javier Zamora, Recording ‘Solito’ Was a Family Affair Books, Today

    In the studio, the best-selling author surrounded himself with people he loves. It shows in his audiobook.

  105. In Tight Arizona Governor’s Race, a Democrat Looks to Abortion to Win U.S., Today

    Katie Hobbs has struggled to compete against Republican Kari Lake, who is running on border security and election fraud conspiracy theories.

  106. A Pioneering Orchestra Boss Had ‘Unfinished Business,’ So She Returned Arts, Today

    Deborah Borda led the New York Philharmonic in the 1990s, and was frustrated by its subpar hall. After a 17-year run in Los Angeles, she “finally saw a path forward,” she said.

  107. Las vacunas contra la covid pueden producir cambios temporales en el ciclo menstrual en Español, Today

    Los expertos dicen que no hay indicios de que las vacunas afecten la fertilidad. En la mayoría de los casos, el periodo vuelve a la normalidad tras un ciclo.

  108. Finding a New Home, and New Hope, After Leaving Ukraine Neediest Cases, Today

    When refugees from Russia’s invasion needed a fresh start, nonprofit agencies stepped in to assist.

  109. Finding a New Home, and New Hope, After Leaving Ukraine Neediest Cases, Today

    When refugees from Russia’s invasion needed a fresh start, nonprofit agencies stepped in to assist.

  110. Sexy, Spicy, Piping-Hot Dishes That Romance Readers Crave Books, Today

    Finding wonderful books that bring to mind old favorites is one of the genre’s greatest pleasures.

  111. The Lesbian Perez Hilton of TikTok Style, Today

    When relationship dramas heated up this summer, she saw an opportunity.

  112. The Lesbian Perez Hilton of TikTok Style, Today

    When relationship dramas heated up this summer, she saw an opportunity.

  113. What a Woman Wants Books, Today

    According to three debut novels: A house in the Hamptons, a mentor she can trust, to “be a slut.”

  114. Fredrik Backman Has Learned to Read While Distracted Books, Today

    “I have kids and a dog,” says the Swedish novelist, whose new book is “The Winners,” “so my dreams of a reading experience are limited to just being left alone for 10 minutes just about anywhere.”

  115. Maris Would Be ‘Tickled to Death’ to Be Matched by Judge Sports, Today

    Aaron Judge tied Roger Maris’s American League record with his 61st home run of the season, and Maris’s former teammate Bobby Richardson sees many parallels.

  116. Justice Dept. to Seek Stiffer Sentences in Prisoner Abuse Cases U.S., Today

    The move is part of a long-anticipated effort by the Biden administration to overhaul the underfunded, scandal-plagued Federal Bureau of Prisons.

  117. Britain’s Gamble on Tax Cuts Has Economists Warning of Past Mistakes U.S., Today

    The International Monetary Fund is just one of the many voices that have criticized a plan to cut rates for high earners.

  118. Midori Francis Is Among the New Class of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Style, Today

    A star of “The Sex Lives of College Girls” talks about queer and Asian representation on network TV.

  119. One of the Hottest Trends in the World of Investing Is a Sham Opinion, Today

    Just because a company meets E.S.G. criteria doesn’t mean it’s a good corporate citizen.

  120. I Escaped Poverty, but Hunger Still Haunts Me Opinion, Today

    Food was scarce when I was growing up, so I ate all I could when I had the chance.

  121. Dating Is Broken. Going Retro Could Fix It. Opinion, Today

    Old-fashioned courtship is having a moment.

  122. The Guardrails Podcasts, Today

    A new class of American evangelical leaders is shaking up the Republican Party — and raising the stakes of the midterm elections.

  123. Her Face Started Drooping. What Was Wrong? Magazine, Today

    And if this was Bell’s palsy, why wasn’t there improvement after a full year?

  124. Judge John Hodgman on Taxidermied Pets Magazine, Today

    A reader’s dog is approaching the end of her life — and she isn’t ready to let go.

  125. The Most Important Question About Addiction Opinion, Today

    Why do people do drugs?

  126. Buying a Westchester House ‘for the Dogs,’ but Could They Survive a Bidding War? Interactive, Today

    With up to $800,000 to spend, a young couple with two new rescue pups sought a starter house somewhere in southern Westchester County. They didn’t realize how fierce the competition would be.

  127. Buying a Westchester House ‘for the Dogs,’ but Could They Survive a Bidding War? Interactive, Today

    With up to $800,000 to spend, a young couple with two new rescue pups sought a starter house somewhere in southern Westchester County. They didn’t realize how fierce the competition would be.

  128. 5 Tastes of Asia Interactive, Today

    Five photographers with deep connections to India, Japan, Korea, Singapore and Thailand share one of their region’s signature dishes.

  129. Florida has been inundated with rain and storm surge with more in the forecast. U.S., Today

    Ian has already brought a foot of rain to some parts of the state and storm surge of as much as 12 feet in some areas.

  130. Wrinkles, Wrinkles Everywhere, but They Look So Good Style, Today

    Dries Van Noten tell the story of us. Plus beauty in imperfection at Undercover and The Row. And Cher at Balmain.

  131. On Eve of Election, Bolsonaro’s Party Attacks Brazil’s Voting Systems World, Today

    Four days before Brazilians vote, President Jair Bolsonaro’s political party formally claimed, without evidence, that government employees could alter ballots.

  132. Ian strains emergency services in Southwest Florida. U.S., Today

    Officials warned residents to be patient as emergency responders waited for conditions to improve to resume rescue and other efforts.

  133. A Trip to Cover Pakistan’s Destructive Floods, and What’s Left Behind Times Insider, Today

    Christina Goldbaum, a Times reporter based in Dubai, had to travel by boat in Pakistani places where extreme floods have destroyed entire villages.

  134. Spelling Bee Forum Gameplay, Today

    Feeling stuck on today’s puzzle? We can help.

  135. Face Filters The Learning Network, Today

    Do you use filters to alter your appearance? Are they fun or harmful?

  136. 新冠大流行结束了吗? World, Today

    大流行也许不会立刻结束,病毒也可能将永远在地球上站稳脚跟,但管控大流行的手段总应该有调整的那一天。当多数人都已经对疫情产生了焦虑、抑郁或者倦怠的情绪时,人们需要看到隧道尽头的一缕光。

  137. ‘It’s the Stuff You Dream About. It’s Not Even Real.’ Sports, Today

    Aaron Judge went seven games without a home run and admitted the chase for No. 61 wore on him. With one swing, he matched Roger Maris’s record. And now he’s ready for more.

  138. Myanmar Sentences Australian Economic Adviser to Three Years World, Today

    Sean Turnell, arrested five days after the military seized power in a coup, has been convicted by the junta of violating the country’s official secrets act.

  139. Word of the Day: rankle The Learning Network, Today

    This word has appeared in 106 articles on NYTimes.com in the past year. Can you use it in a sentence?

  140. Late Night Reacts to Trump ‘Nearly Firing’ Ivanka and Jared Arts, Today

    “That would be an awful way to find out they’d lost their jobs as … handbag blondeface? Haunted scarecrow? His-and-hers towel racks?” Stephen Colbert joked.

  141. Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, Today

    A veneer of respectability over Moscow’s land grab.

  142. ‘Good Businessman and Terrible Criminal’ Seeks Pot License New York, Today

    New York State is giving preference to those who have served time for marijuana offenses as it issues dispensary licenses.

  143. N.F.L. Week 4 Predictions: Our Picks Against the Spread Sports, Today

    The Dolphins aim for a 4-0 start, the surprising Jaguars try to hand Jalen Hurts and the Eagles a first loss, and Jonathan Taylor and Derrick Henry go head-to-head.

  144. Corrections: Sept. 29, 2022 Corrections, Today

    Corrections that appeared in print on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022.

  145. Quotation of the Day: N.J. Bank Settles in Redlining Inquiry Today’s Paper, Today

    Quotation of the Day for Thursday, Sept. 28, 2022.

  146. So Many Layers Gameplay, Today

    Jeremy Newton encourages us to put our baggage down.

  147. Coolio, ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ Rapper, Dies at 59 Arts, Today

    From a bookish, asthmatic child to mainstream hitmaker, the West Coast M.C. charted a distinctive path to hip-hop stardom.

  148. 简报:刘强东案民事诉讼将在美国开庭;防疫放松能帮香港恢复“亚洲国际都会”地位吗? World, Today

    欧盟官员称北溪管道泄漏为“蓄意破坏”;能源危机引发骚乱,数万人在布拉格街头抗议;哈里斯计划访问朝韩非军事区,朝鲜发射两枚弹道导弹……这里是今日要闻。

  149. 61 Homers! Aaron Judge Ties Roger Maris With Another Monster Blast. Sports, Today

    In one of the greatest seasons in major league history, Judge, the Yankees outfielder, has matched Maris’s American League record for home runs in a single season.

  150. Ron DeSantis’s Race Problem Op Ed, Today

    Ron DeSantis has targeted Black people, Black power and Black history.

  151. Newsom Signs California Bill to Ease Farm Union Voting Business, Today

    The governor’s decision, after a veto last year, will allow mail voting in unionization elections. President Biden had pushed for approval.

  152. Several Injured in Northern California School Shooting Video, Today

    The authorities said that six adults had been shot at a campus that houses several schools in Oakland, Calif.

  153. Before Hurricane Ian, Florida’s Southwest Coast Was a Place to Escape the Chaos National, Today

    Communities like Cape Coral and Fort Myers, south of Tampa Bay, suddenly found themselves at the center of the hurricane.

  154. Girl, 15, in Amber Alert Is Killed in Shootout With California Authorities Express, Yesterday

    The teenager and her father, a suspect in the fatal shooting of a woman believed to be the girl’s mother, were both killed after a pursuit in San Bernardino County.

  155. Yesterday’s Hurricane Ian Florida live blog included 8 standalone posts:
  156. Todo lo que tienes que saber para evacuar con tus mascotas en caso de emergencia en Español, Yesterday

    Las asociaciones de defensa de los animales dicen que los propietarios deben hacer todo lo posible para no dejar atrás a sus mascotas. Se pueden evitar las complicaciones planificando con anticipación.

  157. Russian Proxies in Ukraine Push Moscow to Annex Occupied Regions Foreign, Yesterday

    The requests lent an air of formality to a process condemned by the West. They followed sham referendums in four regions in Ukraine that purported to put voters’ stamp of approval on joining Russia.

  158. Ian Bludgeons Southwest Florida With Devastating Winds and Storm Surge National, Yesterday

    A huge stretch of coastline from Naples to Sarasota appeared severely affected by lapping brown waves that drowned streets, homes and cars as frightened residents sought refuge.

  159. An Obama Book That Cuts Obama Out of the Picture Politics, Yesterday

  160. In New York, NIMBYism Finally Outstays Its Welcome Editorial, Yesterday

    Political momentum is growing for efforts to build more housing, fast.

  161. Scooter Rider Pleads Guilty in Hit-and-Run Death of Lisa Banes Metro, Yesterday

    Brian Boyd, 27, who struck the actress with his electric scooter on a Manhattan street and then sped away, pleaded guilty to manslaughter.

  162. ‘Odio ser famoso. Odio mi trabajo’: un nuevo libro ahonda en los últimos días de Anthony Bourdain en Español, Yesterday

    Una biografía no autorizada revela detalles íntimos y duros de la vida de la estrella de televisión, entre ellos su turbulenta relación con la actriz Asia Argento. Familiares y amigos han criticado el libro.

  163. Bill Plante, CBS News’s Man at the White House, Dies at 84 Obits, Yesterday

    He covered four presidencies in a 52-year career and never worried about “offending those in power in pursuit of answers,” one former White House press secretary said.

  164. 6 Injured in Oakland School Shooting, Police Say Express, Yesterday

    Two of the victims were hospitalized with life-threatening injuries, the authorities said. The shooting occurred at a campus in the Bay Area that houses several schools.

  165. C.D.C. Says Early Data Offers Positive Signs About Monkeypox Vaccine Washington, Yesterday

    The agency said people who received a single dose of the vaccine were substantially less likely to get infected than those who did not, but the analysis came with major limitations.

  166. Is Liberal Democracy Dying? Op Ed, Yesterday

    Voters around the world are electing leaders with authoritarian tendencies.

  167. So You Want to Be a Senator From Pennsylvania Op Ed, Yesterday

    The Fetterman-Oz race is one of this fall’s big political dramas.

  168. Hilaree Nelson, 49, a Top Ski Mountaineer, Is Dead in Avalanche Obits, Yesterday

    The first woman to lead a global team of adventurers, she made dozens of first descents from peaks around the world. Her body was found in Nepal on Wednesday.

  169. Yesterday’s Alex Jones Sandy Hook Trial live blog included three standalone posts:
  170. Yesterday’s Russia Ukraine War News live blog included four standalone posts:
  171. The Pentagon announces an additional $1.1 billion in long-term aid for Ukraine. World, Yesterday

  172. Lizzo Plays New Notes on James Madison’s Crystal Flute From 1813 Express, Yesterday

    A classically trained flutist, the singer, rapper and songwriter spent more than three hours admiring the flute collection at the Library of Congress. Madison’s instrument was made for the second inauguration by a Parisian craftsman.

  173. Lizzo Plays New Notes on James Madison’s Crystal Flute from 1813 U.S., Yesterday

    A classically trained flutist, the singer, rapper and songwriter spent more than three hours admiring the flute collection at the Library of Congress. Madison’s instrument was made for the second inauguration by a Parisian craftsman.

  174. Your Wednesday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

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

  175. Sabotaged Pipelines and a Mystery: Who Did It? (Was It Russia?) Foreign, Yesterday

    An attack on gas lines under the Baltic Sea exposes the vulnerability of an already jittery Europe. Some officials suggested Moscow was to blame, but with little evidence, others urge caution.

  176. ‘Where’s Jackie?’ Biden Asks if Deceased Lawmaker Is at White House Event Washington, Yesterday

    President Biden apparently forgot that Representative Jackie Walorski, Republican of Indiana, had died in August.

  177. Katie Couric Talks About Her Breast Cancer Diagnosis Express, Yesterday

    The veteran news anchor received her diagnosis on June 21. She plans to share more about her experience to mark Breast Cancer Awareness month.

  178. Cuomo’s Next Steps Include a Podcast and a PAC Metro, Yesterday

    The former governor, who resigned after sexual harassment allegations, said he would start a podcast, a gun-safety project and a political action committee.

  179. Two Broken Pipelines, One Big Mystery N Y T Now, Yesterday

    Some European officials accused Russia of sabotage, while Moscow blamed the U.S.

  180. Mysterious Blasts and Gas Leaks: What We Know About the Pipeline Breaks in Europe World, Yesterday

    The leaks, which may amount to as much as a third of Denmark’s annual carbon emissions, expose the vulnerability of critical infrastructure as the war in Ukraine continues.

  181. Mysterious Blasts and Gas Leaks: What We Know About the Pipeline Breaks in Europe Business, Yesterday

    The leaks, which may amount to as much as a third of Denmark’s annual carbon emissions, expose the vulnerability of critical infrastructure as the war in Ukraine continues.

  182. ‘Redlining Is Racist’: $12 Million Settlement Ends Lending Inquiry Metro, Yesterday

    Lakeland Bank in New Jersey admitted no wrongdoing, but agreed to set up a $12 million homeownership fund and open two new branches in minority neighborhoods.

  183. A Wave of Outbreaks N Y T Now, Yesterday

    Are outbreaks gaining steam, or are we just paying closer attention?

  184. As Storm Hits, DeSantis Pauses Political Bomb-Throwing Politics, Yesterday

    As Florida’s governor and a potential Republican candidate in 2024, Ron DeSantis has often attacked President Biden and Washington. But now his state will need federal help.

  185. What to Do if Your Travel Plans Have Been Affected by Hurricane Ian Travel, Yesterday

    Airlines and hotels will have varying policies, so make sure to read the details carefully.

  186. Powerful Category 4 Hurricane Ian Slams Florida Video, Yesterday

    High winds and heavy rain from Hurricane Ian pounded southwestern Florida. The Category 4 storm was one of the most powerful to impact the United States in decades.

  187. Your Thursday Briefing: Iran Strikes Kurds in Iraq N Y T Now, Yesterday

    Plus Australia moves to fight corruption and a Chinese businessman faces assault allegations in a U.S. court.

  188. Why It’s Important to Know if You Have Dense Breasts Well, Yesterday

    Katie Couric, who revealed on Wednesday that she had breast cancer, also said she had dense breasts. Here’s what that means and how it might influence cancer risk.

  189. Supreme Court to Reopen to the Public When Justices Return Washington, Yesterday

    The courthouse has been closed to most visitors since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, and in the meantime the court has been transformed.

  190. Rita Gardner, an Original ‘Fantasticks’ Star, Is Dead at 87 Obits, Yesterday

    In 1960 she originated the lone female role in an Off Broadway show that became part of theater history thanks to a record-setting run.

  191. One Last Haircut Podcasts, Yesterday

    A man comes out to his wife — and breaks apart their family. Fifteen years later, we check back in.

  192. ‘Giant Backfire’: Trump’s Demand for Special Master Is Looking Like a Mistake Washington, Yesterday

    The former president failed to derail the criminal investigation into his hoarding of sensitive documents and is stuck paying for a costly process that threatens to undermine his public claims.

  193. Fossilized Fish Reveal Earliest Known Prequel of ‘Jaws’ Science, Yesterday

    In two deposits in China, paleontologists dug up remains that suggest jawed fish are tens of millions of years older than previously known.

  194. Left in the Dark After Hurricane Ian, Cuba Begins Restoring Power. National, Yesterday

    The island nation was still experiencing some minor flooding along its northern coast, but most of the storm had passed by Wednesday.

  195. Banks Accuse Consumer Regulator of Abuse of Power Business, Yesterday

    Several banking trade groups have sued the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, claiming it has exceeded its authority with anti-discrimination enforcement.

  196. Hurricane Ian Made Landfall Just Short of a Rare Category 5 Storm Express, Yesterday

    Just two Category 5 hurricanes have hit the United States in the last 30 years, both in Florida.

  197. Pulled Pork Is Easier Than You Think Dining, Yesterday

    You don’t need a pitmaster-approved smoking setup to impart those unmistakable flavors to tender meat, Genevieve Ko writes.

  198. What’s the Key to Understanding Donald J. Trump? Start With Queens. Book Review, Yesterday

    “Confidence Man,” Maggie Haberman’s biography of the former president, argues that it’s essential to grasp New York’s steamy, histrionic folkways.

  199. FOMO Helped Drive Up Housing Prices in the Pandemic. What Can We Expect Next? Op Ed, Yesterday

    Inflation-corrected prices may end up substantially lower as factors driving high home prices weaken with time.

  200. What’s in Our Queue? ‘My Brilliant Friend’ and More Interactive, Yesterday

    I am a senior news assistant on The Times's Culture desk. Here are five things I have been reading, listening to and watching.

  201. Valerie Maynard, Artist Who Celebrated Black Identity, Dies at 85 Obits, Yesterday

    A sculptor and printmaker aligned with the Black Arts Movement, she tackled racism and oppression while reflecting on African American culture.

  202. What does Hurricane Ian mean for Florida’s wildlife? Climate, Yesterday

    Big storms are part of the ecosystem, but they’re growing more destructive because of climate change.

  203. Moscow releases final results of discredited referendums in occupied territories. World, Yesterday

  204. ‘Bold Enough to Go Full-Tilt’: Gabby Beans Is Playing to the Balcony Culture, Yesterday

    The actress, a Tony nominee for “The Skin of Our Teeth,” is bringing her sharp eye for comedy to Atlantic Theater Company’s production of “I’m Revolting.”

  205. In Retirement, You May Not Need to Spend So Much Op Ed, Yesterday

    As people age, they get less satisfaction from travel, cars, clothes and appliances.

  206. Meeting in Brussels Signifies a Turning Point for Allies Arming Ukraine Washington, Yesterday

    Defense officials responsible for purchasing weapons for more than 40 nations discussed how to ramp up production for a potentially yearslong war.

  207. Flying into the eye of Ian: An experienced hurricane hunter takes a wild ride. U.S., Yesterday

    Nick Underwood said Wednesday’s flight was the roughest of his career.

  208. Flying into the eye of Ian: An experienced hurricane hunter takes a wild ride. National, Yesterday

    Nick Underwood said Wednesday’s flight was the roughest of his career.

  209. In ‘Monochromatic Light,’ Artists Saturate and Vacate Space Culture, Yesterday

    Tyshawn Sorey’s music, initially written with Mark Rothko’s abstractions in mind, comes to the Park Avenue Armory with art by Julie Mehretu.

  210. Sonia Handelman Meyer, Socially Conscious Photographer, Dies at 102 Obits, Yesterday

    As a member of the Photo League in the 1940s and ’50s, she roved New York City, capturing the humanity of ordinary people. She was 87 when her work was rediscovered.

  211. U.S. and Russia Duel Over Leadership of U.N. Tech Group Business, Yesterday

    Member countries vote on Thursday for an American or a Russian to lead the International Telecommunication Union, which sets standards for new technologies.

  212. Here Are Three Netflix Cartoons You Should Be Watching Culture, Yesterday

    While formulaic dramas amass attention and minutes, animation flies under the radar as one of the streamer’s biggest strengths. Here are a few of a critic’s current favorites.

  213. ‘Blonde’ Review: Exploiting Marilyn Monroe for Old Times’ Sake Culture, Yesterday

    She was an actress of uncommon talent. But once again a director is more interested in examining her body (literally, in this case) than getting inside her mind.

  214. N.Y.C. Children Held Ground in Reading, but Lagged in Math, Tests Show Metro, Yesterday

    The first standardized test results that capture how most city schoolchildren did during the pandemic offered a mixed picture.