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  1. Checking In? No Thanks. I’m Just Here to Use the Wi-Fi. Travel, Today

    Hotels have begun to turn their lobbies and common areas into WeWork-like gathering places, attracting both guests and locals.

  2. For Big Tobacco and Brewers, Grass Is Greener Business, Today

    With marijuana becoming legal in more markets, big corporations are swooping in with multibillion-dollar deals.

  3. DealBook Briefing: How Trump Plans to Keep China In Line on Trade Business, Today

    The Trump administration, believing China will struggle to change its stance over trade, plans to hammer home the idea that it wants strong commitments.

  4. N.Y. Today: Amazon Takes On Ocasio-Cortez and Her Supporters Metro, Today

    Tensions may flare at a hearing on the city’s development deal with Amazon. Also: One reason you’re seeing Ariana Grande everywhere.

  5. Markets Rise Amid Political Chaos in U.K. and Mixed Signals on Trade Truce Business, Today

    The pound whipsawed on Wednesday after Conservative lawmakers scheduled a vote on the leadership of Prime Minister Theresa May.

  6. The Return of Paganism Op Ed, Today

    Maybe there actually is a genuinely post-Christian future for America.

  7. You Should Have the Right to Sue Apple for Antitrust Violations Op Ed, Today

    In Apple v. Pepper, the Supreme Court will decide whether iPhone App Store customers are entitled to make their case against the tech giant.

  8. Would Indicting Trump Be Constitutional? Op Ed, Today

    Yes, it would be. But that question is a distraction from the principal objective of the Russia investigation.

  9. Who Made My Puzzle? Games, Today

    This month’s spotlight shines on constructor and prestidigitator David Kwong.

  10. Why Republicans Want a Criminal Justice Overhaul Podcasts, Today

    Many conservative lawmakers support a bill that would enact the most significant changes to the federal criminal justice system in decades.

  11. Theresa May, Strasbourg, Nancy Pelosi:Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, Today

    Here's what you need to know.

  12. Can a Safari Camp Be Eco-Friendly? Travel, Today

    Five new African camps are ratcheting up the luxury factor while also promoting their commitment to sustainability.

  13. Get Comfy and Nest With an Open-Faced Hot Turkey Sandwich Magazine, Today

    Give yourself the gift of gravy.

  14. In a (Prose) Tribute to Fathers and Father Figures, a Fast-Paced Poet Slows Down Book Review, Today

    Terrance Hayes’s hybrid nonfiction book “To Float in the Space Between” pays homage to the poet Etheridge Knight, with room for personal detours and meditation.

  15. He Helped Build an Artists’ Utopia. Now He Faces Trial for 36 Deaths There. Magazine, Today

    Max Harris did chores and collected rent at the artists’ warehouse where he lived. Now he faces trial for the deaths at a concert there — including some of his close friends.

  16. What Happens When Facebook Goes the Way of Myspace? Magazine, Today

    If the past teaches us anything, it will happen one day. In fact, the process might have already started.

  17. Kim Jong-un Beauty Masks Are Pulled Off Shelves in South Korea Foreign, Today

    Some see the product as a playful way to moisturize and play dress up at the same time. Critics call it an unacceptable endorsement of a dictator.

  18. Police in France Hunt for Strasbourg Shooting Suspect, and a Motive Foreign, Today

    The suspect had been flagged by intelligence services for possible jihadist radicalization, but officials cautioned that they were not sure the attack was terrorism.

  19. Kimmel Says Trump’s Meeting With Democratic Leaders Felt Like ‘Real Housewives’ Culture, Today

    Jimmy Kimmel compared President Trump’s demanding a border wall to “a toddler threatening to keep screaming on the floor of Toys ‘R’ Us until Congress buys him a Hatchimal.”

  20. The High Line: A Place to See and Be Seen Real Estate, Today

    Glimpses of life in the apartments along the 1.45-mile park are often unavoidable. That’s part of the attraction, some residents and visitors say.

  21. Living Along ... The High Line Slideshow, Today

    Glimpses of life in the apartments along the 1.45-mile park are often unavoidable. That’s part of the attraction, some residents and visitors say.

  22. When Days Aren’t So Sunny: Sesame Street Takes on Homelessness Metro, Today

    Lily, a character introduced seven years ago to address child hunger, returns. This time her family does not have a place to live.

  23. Is Tech Too Easy to Use? Business, Today

    The tech industry’s obsession with “frictionless” design has been the source of innumerable problems.

  24. Battling for the Denver Broncos, With Some Siblings in the Way Sports, Today

    Beth Bowlen Wallace, Pat Bowlen’s daughter, says she is ready to take control of his N.F.L. franchise. The ailing owner’s trustees, who control the team, disagree.

  25. Gustavo Dudamel’s Favorite Part of ‘Otello’ is a Quiet Prayer Culture, Today

    The star conductor knows how to whip up excitement. But as he prepares to make his Metropolitan Opera debut, he’s drawn to an intimate moment.

  26. North Carolina Fraud Scandal Casts Shadow Over the Primary, Too Politics, Today

    As state officials look into suspicious voting in a general election House race, they are also examining this year’s Republican primary for signs of fraud.

  27. Dress Well and Speak Softly: How Black Professionals Counter Bias at Work Express, Today

    Doctors, lawyers and others described the steps that people of color must take to avoid unwarranted suspicion and bolster their credibility.

  28. Playing by His Own Rules, Trump Flips the Shutdown Script Washington, Today

    The two parties typically try to avoid getting blamed for a government shutdown. President Trump says he’s happy to own one over a border wall

  29. Is Aerobic Exercise the Key to Successful Aging? Well, Today

    Aerobic activities like jogging and interval training can make our cells biologically younger; weight training did not have the same effect.

  30. Is Listening to a Book Just as Good as Reading It? Learning, Today

    Do you ever listen to a book? Do you lose anything by not reading it?

  31. In an Afghan District Verging on Collapse: ‘There Are Too Many Men With Guns’ Magazine, Today

    In Shindand, a district in Herat Province, violence has become a part of daily life, and residents have at times lost track of what faction is even responsible for it.

  32. Runners Extend U.N.’s Reach, One Sweaty Huff After Another Foreign, Today

    United Nations representatives dispense with hierarchical diplomacy during runs in Central Park. It’s “a bit like going to the sauna — everyone is equal,” said one from Finland.

  33. Trump to Steer More Money to ‘Opportunity Zones’ Washington, Today

    A planned executive order is the administration’s latest attempt to turn a provision from the sweeping 2017 tax law into a major effort to combat poverty.

  34. State Courts Become Battleground Over Trump’s Sanctuary Cities Policy Metro, Today

    Lawyers for immigrants have started to convince judges that state laws prohibit local law enforcement from cooperating with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

  35. The End of a Dog’s Life Well, Today

    Instead of euthanasia for my aging dog, I tried a palliative and hospice care approach to ease his pain and give him more time to enjoy life.

  36. 2018: The Year in Climate Change Interactive, Today

    From dire climate reports to ravenous urchins and vanishing heritage sites, here are the climate stories you shouldn’t miss from this year.

  37. Michael Cohen, Trump’s Ex-Lawyer Who Implicated Him in Hush-Money Scandal, Faces Sentencing Metro, Today

    The sentencing, at 11 a.m. in Manhattan, will cap a startling fall for Mr. Cohen, who is a central figure in the payments to a porn star and a former Playboy model.

  38. Ellen DeGeneres Is Not as Nice as You Think Arts & Leisure, Today

    Feeling boxed in by her reputation for kindness, the comic is weighing whether to leave daytime TV, as her wife wants, or to stay, as her brother urges.

  39. Learning With: ‘Prosecutors Effectively Accuse Trump of Defrauding Voters. What Does It Mean?’ Learning, Today

    How likely is it that President Trump will be impeached based on these revelations? How likely is it that he will be indicted on a criminal offense?

  40. A Spanish Photographer’s 42-Year-Long Mission to Save His Village’s Memories Photo, Today

    Old ways of life are disappearing from Cespedosa de Tormes in western Spain, but Juan Manuel Castro Prieto wants to preserve the threads that join him to his ancestral village.

  41. ‘Jurassic Park,’ ‘The Shining’ and ‘Cinderella’ Among Movies Chosen for National Film Registry Culture, Today

    The Library of Congress has chosen 25 films for induction into its registry, including “My Fair Lady,” “Rebecca,” “Broadcast News,” “Brokeback Mountain” and “Eve’s Bayou.”

  42. Britain’s Theresa May Faces Leadership Vote in Her Conservative Party Foreign, Today

    The U.K. prime minister promised to contest a no-confidence vote by her party’s lawmakers “with everything I’ve got.”

  43. The Foreign Billionaires, Activists and Missionaries Detained in China Foreign, Today

    China has a long history of arresting or holding foreigners for mysterious reasons, often in a tit-for-tat play to put pressure on overseas rivals.

  44. China Says Detained Canadian Worked for Group That Was Not Legally Registered Foreign, Today

    The assertion was China’s first official comment on the detention of Michael Kovrig, a former Canadian diplomat now working for a nongovernmental organization.

  45. Brexit Learning, Today

    What do you think this image is saying? How does it relate to and comment on current events?

  46. Word + Quiz: foible Learning, Today

    This word has appeared in 59 articles on NYTimes.com in the past year.

  47. What’s on TV Wednesday: ‘Riverdale’ and ‘Inception’ Culture, Today

    The drama comes to a boil in “Riverdale,” and “Inception” offers a break from reality.

  48. Dozens More Cambodian Immigrants to Be Deported From U.S., Officials Say Foreign, Today

    A new group of more than 40 deportees, many of them the children of refugees, will be the largest yet to be ejected by the Trump administration.

  49. On Politics: Trump Threatens Shutdown Over Funding for Border Wall Politics, Today

    In a combative appearance with Democratic congressional leaders, President Trump said that he would be “proud to shut down the government for border security.”

  50. Strasbourg, Brexit, the Arctic: Your Wednesday Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

    Let us help you start your day.

  51. Google’s Pichai Faces Privacy and Bias Questions in Congress Business, Yesterday

    A House committee grilled Sundar Pichai, the chief executive of Google, about a variety of issues, including worries about personal data and complaints about search results.

  52. Corrections: December 12, 2018 Corrections, Yesterday

    Corrections appearing in print on Wednesday, December 12, 2018.

  53. CBS Settles With Women Who Accused Charlie Rose of Sexual Harassment Business, Yesterday

    The women had sued Mr. Rose and CBS in May, alleging that they were sexually harassed by the former anchorman and that the network did nothing to stop it.

  54. Quotation of the Day: Clash on Camera as Trump Warns of a Shutdown Summary, Yesterday

    Quotation of the day for Wednesday, December 12, 2018.

  55. Soccer Match Set for Saudi Arabia Puts Its Organizers on the Defensive Sports, Yesterday

    Saudi Arabia’s role in the killing of a journalist is creating uncomfortable dynamics for sports officials eager to feed the kingdom’s growing appetite for sports events.

  56. ‘Ruben & Clay’ Reunites ‘Idol’ Rivals for Christmas Fun Culture, Yesterday

    Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken, who once competed on “American Idol,” banter, sing and try to upstage each other in this holiday revue.

  57. ‘Clueless: The Musical’ Review: The Film’s Charm Is Replaced by Sparkle Culture, Yesterday

    Amy Heckerling’s amiable but limp adaptation of her classic 1995 film suggests a peppy fan club putting on its own makeshift show.

  58. Michael Flynn Asks Judge for Leniency for Lying to F.B.I. Washington, Yesterday

    President Trump’s former national security adviser will be sentenced next week after admitting he lied to the F.B.I. when he was questioned in the Russia investigation.

  59. Went Platinum Games, Yesterday

    David Kahn’s nod to an incredible performance.

  60. Discipline Records of New York Police to Stay Secret, Court Rules Metro, Yesterday

    Police unions celebrated the state Court of Appeal’s decision, while civil libertarians called it a “terrible setback.”

  61. For Brodie Van Wagenen, Everything Is on the Table in Vegas Sports, Yesterday

    The Mets’ hyperactive new general manager has helped kicked the rumor mill into high gear during his first trip to baseball’s annual Winter Meetings this week.

  62. Argentina Convicts Ex-Ford Executives for Abuses During Dictatorship Foreign, Yesterday

    Two former executives of Ford Motor were convicted of helping the country’s military dictators kidnap and torture 24 workers during the 1970s.

  63. Steady Amid Another Anfield Storm, Liverpool Advances in Champions League Sports, Yesterday

    Cool rather than chaotic, Liverpool beat Napoli by 1-0 to claim its place in the knockout round of Europe’s most exclusive club competition.

  64. Trump in ‘No Rush’ to Fill Chief of Staff Job Washington, Yesterday

    The extended timeline is the latest sign of how the president was surprised when his top candidate, Nick Ayers, would not agree to the terms of the job the president requested.

  65. Amazon Hires Lobbyists for N.Y. Site and Tries to Fend Off Ocasio-Cortez Metro, Yesterday

    The corporate giant has hired well-connected lobbyists to convince lawmakers and residents of the benefits of its new hub in Long Island City.

  66. Winter Meetings: Red Sox Won’t Cut Payroll but Will Move Mookie Betts (to No. 2) Sports, Yesterday

    Reports that Boston was trying to trade some high-priced players were dismissed, and the team said Andrew Benintendi would replace Betts at leadoff.

  67. Senator Asks F.B.I. to Investigate U.S.O.C. and U.S.A. Gymnastics Sports, Yesterday

    Senator Richard Blumenthal’s request came a day after a report that examined who knew what, and when, in the Larry Nassar scandal.

  68. Brazil’s New President Isn’t Even in Office Yet and He’s Already Damaged Our Health Care Op Ed, Yesterday

    Our public health system is a jewel. Can it survive four years of recklessness?

  69. The Chuck and Nancy and Donald Show Editorial, Yesterday

    If Tuesday’s Oval Office meeting is any indication, it’s going to be a rough two years.

  70. White Supremacist Gang Attacked Black D.J. at Seattle-Area Bar, Authorities Say Express, Yesterday

    Local officials charged eight people in the assault and asked the F.B.I. to look into bringing federal hate crime charges.

  71. Helen Klaben Kahn, Survivor of a 49-Day Yukon Ordeal, Dies at 76 Obits, Yesterday

    She was a 20-year-old Brooklynite seeking adventure when her plane crashed. But she and the pilot, both injured, endured in subzero weather until rescued.

  72. Macron Blinks Editorial, Yesterday

    France’s imperious young leader has heard the anger of his marginalized citizens and has begun to respond.

  73. El Chapo’s Cartel: Killings, Jealousy and Shifting Alliances Metro, Yesterday

    Mexican drug cartels are thought to be stable groups that have withstood the test of time. The El Chapo trial has shown that it’s more like “Game of Thrones.”

  74. Stormy Daniels Ordered to Pay Trump $293,000 in Legal Fees Express, Yesterday

    The order is connected to a defamation suit Ms. Daniels filed against President Trump last spring. A judge dismissed it in October.

  75. The Far Out Freestyle Fashion of Byron Bay, Australia Styles, Yesterday

    Playful looks abound in this beach community where the waves become a runway — hiding out as far east as you can go in Australia.

  76. Reading Tea Leaves on Abortion Rights Op Ed, Yesterday

    Will the conservative majority deliver on Trump’s promise to overturn Roe v. Wade?

  77. Cash ‘Sandwiches’: ‘Brazen’ Fraud by Bloomberg Executives Is Detailed in Charges New York, Yesterday

    Indictments unsealed Tuesday described a wide-ranging scheme to steal at least $15 million from Bloomberg L.P.

  78. It Could Be the Age of the Chicken, Geologically Science, Yesterday

    With 65 billion chickens consumed each year, the signature fossil of the modern epoch may be the leftovers.

  79. At CBS Annual Meeting, Moonves Goes Unmentioned Business, Yesterday

    The ousted chief executive Leslie Moonves’s severance pay is a $120 million question, but shareholders didn’t ask about it.

  80. Upgrade Would Arm Japan With First Aircraft Carriers Since World War II Foreign, Yesterday

    The plan, contained in draft defense guidelines approved by the government’s governing parties, comes as China is exerting increased military strength.

  81. Senate, Rejecting Curbs on Food Stamps, Passes Compromise Farm Bill Washington, Yesterday

    Lawmakers overwhelmingly approved an $867 billion bill that ditched new work requirements for food stamps that had been embraced by the House and president.

  82. Macron’s Proposal to Mollify Yellow Vest Protesters Fails to Impress Foreign, Yesterday

    The economic problems of the working poor and middle classes will be largely unaffected by the plan of President Emmanuel Macron to raise the minimum wage and exempt some income from taxes.

  83. Huawei Executive Granted Bail by Canadian Court Business, Yesterday

    Meng Wanzhou, a Huawei executive who American authorities want to extradite from Canada on fraud charges, was granted bail of 10 million dollars on Tuesday.

  84. Immigration, China Trade, Arctic Warming: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

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

  85. The Most Powerful Reject in the World Op Ed, Yesterday

    Is there anyone who wants to hang with Donald Trump?

  86. William Blum, U.S. Policy Critic Cited by bin Laden, Dies at 85 Obits, Yesterday

    He railed in relative obscurity against what he viewed as United States imperialism, until he received an unexpected endorsement from the founder of Al Qaeda.

  87. For 80,000 Commuters, One Nemesis: A 108-Year-Old Bridge Metro, Yesterday

    Amtrak wants to keep the Portal Bridge in New Jersey closed through the rush hours because it gets stuck so often after swinging open to let boats pass.

  88. ‘Person of Interest’ Arrested in Suspected Road-Rage Killing of New York Firefighter Metro, Yesterday

    Faizal Coto, 33, a Brooklyn firefighter and amateur rapper, is thought to have been killed on the Belt Parkway in an apparent dispute over a fender-bender. The other driver fled.

  89. Upright Citizens Brigade, Facing Financial Struggles, Announces Layoffs Culture, Yesterday

    A comedy institution that has propelled comedians to the A-list faces increased competition and high rents. It let go much of its sales and marketing teams.

  90. Women in Rare Company Accept Nobel Prizes in Physics and Chemistry Express, Yesterday

    “It is truly an amazing feeling when you know that you have built something that no one else ever has and it actually works,” said Donna Strickland, only the third woman to win the physics prize.

  91. Senate Confirms Treasury Tax Law Architect as Deputy Secretary U.S., Yesterday

    Justin Muzinich, a former Wall Street banker, joins the top ranks of President Trump’s economic team.

  92. Pelosi Challenges Trump to Have an ‘Evidence-Based Conversation’ Video, Yesterday

    Representative Nancy Pelosi, the House Democratic leader, pushed back against President Trump during an argument in front of reporters over his demand to build a border wall and threat to shut down the government.

  93. Making a Difference in 2018 Op Ed, Yesterday

    Even during a year of division and fear of the future in many corners of America, the Fixes column found people trying to make things better — and succeeding.

  94. Lothar Baumgarten Dies at 74; Artist Explored Collision of Cultures Obits, Yesterday

    Many of his conceptual pieces drew on the months he spent living with a tribe in the Amazon.

  95. After Possible Data Leak, North Carolina Edges Closer to a New Election Politics, Yesterday

    Amid reports that officials had leaked absentee vote totals days before the election, the state G.O.P. chairman said that a new election may be necessary.

  96. Celebrity Healer in Brazil Is Accused of Sexually Abusing Followers Foreign, Yesterday

    Dozens of women have come forward to accuse the Brazilian medium João Teixeira de Faria, known as John of God.

  97. Books to Give Your Precocious Readers Book Review, Yesterday

    Graphic and prose novels for your speed-reading children to both breeze through and savor.

  98. How ‘Subtle Asian Traits’ Became a Global Hit Foreign, Yesterday

    A group of Asian-Australian students started a Facebook group to share jokes and memes about their experiences. Now, it has nearly a million followers all over the world.

  99. ‘The World Is Yours’ Review: Isabelle Adjani Revitalizes the Comic Caper Culture, Yesterday

    Adjani’s turn as a flamboyant con artist sends up her own aloof image in this fun and sophisticated comic caper from Romain Gavras.

  100. Jury Recommends Life in Prison for James Fields in Fatal Charlottesville Attack Express, Yesterday

    James Fields Jr. was convicted of first-degree murder by a jury that found he intentionally drove his car into a crowd of counterprotesters in August 2017, killing one woman.

  101. Officers Rip Baby From Mother’s Arms During Arrest Video, Yesterday

    A video posted to Facebook showed police officers forcefully removing Jazmine Headley’s 1-year-old son from her arms at a Brooklyn food stamp office. The episode ignited outrage online against the New York Police Department and the charges against Ms. Headley were later dropped.

  102. Reforming How Colleges Handle Sexual Assault Cases Letters, Yesterday

    Readers discuss Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s proposed new policies and how blacks are disproportionately accused of rape.

  103. There’s a Wave of New Prosecutors. And They Mean Justice. Op Ed, Yesterday

    These district attorneys should make jail the exception and eliminate cash bail.

  104. Gunman Traumatizes Strasbourg, Killing at Least 3 in Possible Terror Attack Foreign, Yesterday

    Officials said that 12 people were wounded in the picturesque city, home to France’s biggest Christmas market. The Interior Ministry urged people to stay home.

  105. Debating the Merits of a Psychiatric Treatment Letters, Yesterday

    Readers discuss the use of ketamine to treat depression.

  106. Foreign Policy Under Trump Letters, Yesterday

    An expert says significant changes took place long before Mr. Trump took office.

  107. Alvin Epstein, Actor, Director and Master of Beckett, Dies at 93 Obits, Yesterday

    In a long stage career that took him from Yale to Broadway, he was steeped in the author of “Waiting for Godot,” acting in its Broadway premiere in 1956.

  108. Those Gas-Guzzling SUVs Letters, Yesterday

    An environmentalist says Congress needs to act to erase a false distinction.

  109. The Fun (or Not) of Walking My Cat Letters, Yesterday

    Readers share experiences, including the not-to-be-repeated.

  110. What Keeps Me Young Letters, Yesterday

    A reader says he has been playing handball for almost 60 years.

  111. Looking for ‘New York’s Secret Weapon’? For the Next 42 Months, Try Prison Metro, Yesterday

    Alain Kaloyeros, once hailed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo as “New York’s secret weapon,” was sentenced to three and a half years in prison for a bid-rigging scandal.

  112. A Debut Novel Unfolds Over 48 Tense Hours in London Books, Yesterday

    Guy Gunaratne’s “In Our Mad and Furious City,” longlisted for the Man Booker Prize, is told in alternating viewpoints after a murder roils the city.

  113. Gunman Opens Fire in Brazilian Cathedral, Killing at Least 4 Foreign, Yesterday

    The shooting took place at the Metropolitan Cathedral in Campinas, Brazil, killing four people and injuring four others, the authorities said.

  114. Why Not to Get a New Smartphone Letters, Yesterday

    An ecologist says recycling of phones and more helps the environment.

  115. Pelosi vs. Trump: ‘Don’t Characterize the Strength That I Bring,’ She Says Washington, Yesterday

    In the Oval Office, the likely new House speaker takes on a president who is rarely challenged to his face in public, especially by a woman.

  116. The Democrats’ Best Response to Republican Power Grabs Op Ed, Yesterday

    The best option goes beyond retaliation or restraint.

  117. Trump’s Judicial Nominees Take Heat but Largely Keep Marching Through Senate Washington, Yesterday

    Some have been deemed unqualified by the American Bar Association, and others have proved racially divisive, but that hasn’t necessarily stopped them from reaching the bench.

  118. Charges Dropped Against Brooklyn Mother Who Had Baby Ripped from Her Arms by Police Metro, Yesterday

    A State Supreme Court judge in Brooklyn ordered the woman’s release after an online video showing the police yanking an infant from the woman’s arms sparked an outcry.

  119. After the Earthquake, Anchorage Goes Back to School National, Yesterday

    Some 48,000 students returned to class this week for the first time since the earthquake. Even before the quake, the school system had wrestled with tumult.

  120. Two New Volumes by Adrienne Rich, Game-Changing Feminist, Poet and Essayist Book Review, Yesterday

    “Selected Poems: 1950-2012,” and “Essential Essays: Culture, Politics, and the Art of Poetry,” are laden with insights that, six years after Rich’s death, remain as urgent as ever.

  121. Man Smashes Rare Mayan and Chinese Works at Denver Art Museum, Police Say Express, Yesterday

    Museum executives said they could not explain why a man pushed over an exhibition case and hurled works by Chinese and Mayan artists to the floor.

  122. Late-Night TV Hosts Give Publicity-Starved Novelists the Star Treatment Business, Yesterday

    TV coverage of literary fiction has dwindled, but Trevor Noah and Seth Meyers are exceptions. “Who would have guessed that a 700-page novel would be on national TV?” one publishing executive said.

  123. German Activists Use Coca-Cola, and Santa Claus, to Denounce the Far Right Foreign, Yesterday

    A sign showing Coca-Cola’s jolly Santa Claus with a bottle of Coke in each hand wasn’t what it appeared to be. It drew a boycott online, and soda brands into politics.

  124. Theresa May Got Stuck in Her Car. Some Saw a Perfect Brexit Metaphor. Foreign, Yesterday

    Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain got stuck in the back seat of a car during a visit to Berlin. On social media, her struggle to exit the vehicle was dubbed "Brexit personified."

  125. Downward Mobility Is Upward Morality in ‘Fabulation’ Culture, Yesterday

    A revival of Lynn Nottage’s 2004 satire puts an unexpected spin on the religion of American reinvention.

  126. 5 Takeaways From Trump’s Meeting With Pelosi and Schumer Washington, Yesterday

    What was billed as a photo opportunity quickly turned into a heated confrontation between President Trump and the Democratic leaders of Congress, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.

  127. Trump, Huawei, Person of the Year: Your Wednesday Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

    Let us help you start your day.

  128. 5 Things in Pop Culture Today (With Sprinkles on Top) Culture, Yesterday

    What you need to know from Tuesday’s TV, music and movie news.

  129. Acclaimed ‘Oklahoma!’ Revival Is Coming to Broadway Culture, Yesterday

    The darkly revisionist production, which was staged this fall at St. Ann’s Warehouse, will play the Circle in the Square.

  130. Deadly Crash Highlights Concerns of Misconduct by U.S. Troops in Africa Washington, Yesterday

    The U.S. military is investigating whether a vehicle crash that killed a French soldier in Niger was the result of drunken driving. An American Green Beret was driving.

  131. I Keep Making Out With the Father of the Kids I Babysit Styles, Yesterday

    And I can’t seem to quit him (or them). Help!

  132. Arts Meets Science and Chemistry Wins the Day Society, Yesterday

    Paul Romer had a doubly big day: he was married to Caroline Weber in the morning and then accepted a Nobel Prize in the evening.

  133. E.U. Hoped to Put Its House in Order This Year. Not Even Close. Foreign, Yesterday

    Britain, France and Germany are all facing political change or upheaval. For the European Union, the question is who will guide the bloc into an uncertain future.

  134. Discussion Questions for ‘There Will Be No Miracles Here’ Books, Yesterday

    Casey Gerald’s memoir is our December pick for the PBS NewsHour-New York Times book club, “Now Read This.”

  135. Court Approves Plea Deal With No Jail Time in Baylor Rape Case National, Yesterday

    Jacob Anderson, a former fraternity president accused of raping a fellow student, was given a fine and probation for unlawful restraint. Sexual assault charges were dropped.

  136. This Is the Most Important Week of the N.F.L. Season. Here’s Why. Sports, Yesterday

    The Patriots, Steelers, Cowboys, Colts, Chargers, Chiefs, Dolphins and Vikings play games with huge playoff implications this week.

  137. At First I Was a K-Pop Skeptic. Not Anymore. Smarter Living, Yesterday

    How K-pop helped me to change how I see myself.

  138. Our Most Popular Recipes of 2018 Dining, Yesterday

    Once again, comforting and easy recipes win with readers.

  139. Russia Wants to Extend U.S. Space Partnership. Or It Could Turn to China. Foreign, Yesterday

    Moscow argues that it has much to offer, but analysts say it is short of cash. In any event, Washington is already planning an American-led lunar station.

  140. 10 Great New York Dishes of 2018 Dining, Yesterday

    From pizza to French toast, Pete Wells chooses his fondest pleasures from a year of eating out.

  141. French Pastry Chefs Trim the Log, Not the Tree, at Christmas Dining, Yesterday

    Each year, they reimagine the traditional Yule log in a cake called the bûche de Noël. Here are some of the year’s best designs and their backstories.

  142. How Do You Recover After Millions Have Watched You Overdose? National, Yesterday

    Amid an opioid crisis, police and strangers with cameras are posting raw images of drug users passed out. For those whose bleakest moments now live online, life is never the same.

  143. New York’s Top 10 New Restaurants of 2018 Dining, Yesterday

    In an unsettling year, Pete Wells finds many reasons to cheer.

  144. A Christmas Morning Casserole That Can Dress Up for a Party Dining, Yesterday

    This easy, cheesy polenta bake will stay in your holiday arsenal for years to come.

  145. Kathie Lee Gifford Says She Will Leave ‘Today’ in April Business, Yesterday

    Ms. Gifford and her co-host, Hoda Kotb, have become fixtures on NBC’s morning lineup over the past decade, along with their ever-present glasses of wine.

  146. ‘I Just Love White Men’: White Man Aims Racist Rant at Columbia Students of Color Metro, Yesterday

    In a video posted to Twitter, a young man identified as a student yelled white supremacist remarks on campus early Sunday morning.

  147. You’ve Finished Watching ‘My Brilliant Friend.’ Here’s What to Do Next. Culture, Yesterday

    Here’s what to read and watch to learn more about the series and Elena Ferrante, and prolong the mood and magic of her world.

  148. Tiny Love Stories: ‘We Were Wearing Identical Lederhosen’ Styles, Yesterday

    Modern Love in miniature, featuring five reader-submitted stories of 100 words or fewer.

  149. Tom Colicchio Takes His Cooking to the Mall Dining, Yesterday

    The chef’s Small Batch opens in Roosevelt Field, Esca alumni head to Staten Island, and other restaurant news.

  150. When Your New C.E.O. Is Also Your New Husband Styles, Yesterday

    Tory Burch and Pierre-Yves Roussel have joined forces at work and at home. Don’t expect reality T.V.

  151. National Gallery of Art Chooses First Female Director Culture, Yesterday

    Kaywin Feldman of the Minneapolis Institute of Art will take over the Washington museum in March.

  152. Stars and Stripes (and Trocks) Forever Culture, Yesterday

    “You can’t force Lucille Ball to be Gracie Allen” and other lessons from the artistic director of Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, which returns to the Joyce Theater this week.

  153. Marriott Data Breach Is Traced to Chinese Hackers as U.S. Readies Crackdown on Beijing Washington, Yesterday

    The Trump administration is expected to indict hackers and roll out import restrictions out of concern that Beijing will not easily change its trade, cyber and economic practices.

  154. 10 Classic Christmas Movies That New York Times Critics Didn’t See Coming Culture, Yesterday

    Predicting the canon of Christmas movie future has never been easy. Here’s what The Times wrote about some of today’s favorites when they first hit screens.

  155. Special News Quiz: 2018 in Review Interactive, Yesterday

    How closely did you pay attention to the events of this dramatic year? See what you remember by taking our special 2018 news quiz.

  156. Top Cheap Bites of 2018 Dining, Yesterday

    Ligaya Mishan picks her favorite orders from a year of reviewing New York’s wealth of restaurants run by people from around the world.

  157. Ghosts of ‘Nutcracker’ Past, Preserved on Film Culture, Yesterday

    Alexander Shiryaev’s animated movie, from the early 20th century, shows a dance instantly recognizable as the Candy Cane solo from George Balanchine’s version of the holiday classic.

  158. Flurry of Coaching Changes Adds to Upheaval in Women’s Tennis Sports, Yesterday

    Many top players, including Venus Williams and Simona Halep, have changed their coaching arrangements as they prepare for the 2019 season.

  159. Overlooked in Atlanta, Black Female Artists Try Miami Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    Would an appearance at Art Basel Miami Beach help ten women scale the barriers of rejection or aesthetic misunderstanding they found in Georgia?

  160. Former Canadian Diplomat Detained in China, Adding to Tensions Foreign, Yesterday

    Michael Kovrig was detained less than a week after Canada announced the arrest of a senior Chinese tech executive, Meng Wanzhou.

  161. ‘Scrooged’ (1988) Review Culture, Yesterday

    Vincent Canby reviewed “Scrooged” for The New York Times on Nov.23, 1988. Read the original review.

  162. ‘Gremlins’ (1984) Review Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    Vincent Canby reviewed “Gremlins” for The New York Times on June 8, 1984. Read the original review.

  163. ‘Love Actually’ (2003) Review Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    A.O. Scott reviewed “Love Actually” for The New York Times on Nov.7, 2003. Read the original review.

  164. A Guide to Working With a Makeup Artist for Your Wedding Society, Yesterday

    Finding the right makeup artist can be overwhelming. Here are some questions to consider before and after you hire someone, along with a to-do list.

  165. Movies Starring Women Earn More Than Male-Led Films, Study Finds Culture, Yesterday

    The research, covering 2014 to 2017, also showed the power of films that pass the Bechdel test, in which two female characters discuss something other than a man.

  166. ‘National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation’ (1989) Review Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    Janet Maslin reviewed “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” for The New York Times on Dec. 1, 1989. Read the original review.

  167. ‘White Christmas’ (1954) Review Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    Bosley Crowther reviewed “White Christmas” for The New York Times on Oct. 15, 1954. Read the original review.

  168. ‘Die Hard’ (1988) Review Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    Caryn James reviewed “Die Hard” for The New York Times on July 15, 1988. Read the original review.

  169. ‘Black Christmas’ (1974) Review Culture, Yesterday

    A.H. Weiler reviewed “Black Christmas” for The New York Times on Oct. 20, 1975. Read the original review.

  170. ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ (1946) Review Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    Bosley Crowther reviewed “It’s a Wonderful Life” for The New York Times on Dec.23, 1946. Read the original review.

  171. ‘A Christmas Story’ (1983) Review Culture, Yesterday

    Vincent Canby reviewed “A Christmas Story” for The New York Times on Nov. 18, 1983. Read the original review.

  172. Criminal Justice Bill Will Go Up for a Vote, McConnell Says Washington, Yesterday

    Senator Mitch McConnell said the Senate would vote on a bill rewriting prison and sentencing laws before the end of the year, a potential bipartisan policy achievement for President Trump.

  173. Trump Makes Misleading Border Wall Claims Before and After Meeting With Democrats Washington, Yesterday

    The wall is the biggest sticking point between the president and Democrats. President Trump wants funding for it in spending bills that must pass to avert a government shutdown.

  174. A Times Arts Critic Reviews His Own Role Insider, Yesterday

    How we call the hits — and limit our misses — on the culture beat.

  175. Trump Threatens Shutdown in Combative Appearance With Democrats Washington, Yesterday

    During a public airing of hostilities with Representative Nancy Pelosi and Senator Chuck Schumer, the president undercut Republican congressional leaders as he pushed for funding for his border wall.

  176. Language Was an Obstacle, but Not a Barrier Metro, Yesterday

    Saba Arain was homesick and lost when she arrived from Pakistan. But English classes and a baking program gave her the confidence she needed.

  177. Have You Experienced a Petty Crime in London? Tell Us Your Story News Desk, Yesterday

    As the city’s level of violent crime rises, help us understand how the London police are responding to minor property crimes.

  178. Warming in Arctic Raises Fears of a ‘Rapid Unraveling’ of the Region Climate, Yesterday

    The Arctic has been warmer in the last five years than at any time since records began in 1900, a report from a United States scientific agency found.

  179. Nights at the Museum: Good for Cultivating an Art Habit and Romance Weekend, Yesterday

    Ronald Ollie, a retired mechanical engineer, and his wife, Monique, a project manager at Johnson & Johnson, met at the National Black Fine Art Show.

  180. Modi’s Party Is Trounced in India’s ‘Semifinal’ Elections Foreign, Yesterday

    The governing party lost ground in several states, leaving many wondering if Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in danger of losing in national voting next year.

  181. 8 Million People Are Working Illegally in the U.S. Here’s Why That’s Unlikely to Change. National, Yesterday

    Economists say that the economy has not only absorbed millions of undocumented workers, it could employ many more. Where are they working, and is it a problem?

  182. Attacks Across Afghanistan Leave at Least 30 Dead Foreign, Yesterday

    Twelve people were killed on the outskirts of Kabul when explosives in a vehicle detonated near a convoy of security forces, the deadliest of several violent strikes in the country.

  183. Time Names Person of the Year for 2018: Jamal Khashoggi and Other Journalists Express, Yesterday

    The honorees, called “the guardians of truth,” included the staff of the Capital Gazette newspapers in Maryland, two Reuters journalists imprisoned in Myanmar and a journalist in the Philippines.

  184. Wall St. Gives Up Early Gains as Boost From China-U.S. Trade Talks Fades Business, Yesterday

    The downturn was the latest swing in a volatile stretch shaped by, among other things, investors’ worries over a slowing global economy and trade tensions between the United States and China.

  185. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, Yesterday

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.

  186. Beyoncé, Bhangra and a Bill in the Millions: The Wedding That Has India Obsessed Foreign, Yesterday

    Isha Ambani, the daughter of one of Asia’s richest men, is marrying a childhood friend in Mumbai on Wednesday. The weeklong celebrations are on a scale rivaling royalty.

  187. California Today: Will a Desert Town Test Marijuana’s Saturation Point? National, Yesterday

    Tuesday: Seeing big opportunity in the pot industry, development at Tejon Ranch and a Gold Rush legend.

  188. A College Experiment That Really Worked Op Ed, Yesterday

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  189. Tu resumen de noticias del martes Universal, Yesterday

    Evo Morales, menos petróleo y Facebook negocia tus datos: lo que está sucediendo en América Latina y el mundo.

  190. Great Gifts for Kids (and What Makes Them Great) Smarter Living, Yesterday

    Wirecutter’s kid-tested, parent-and-teacher-approved gift ideas for toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary schoolers.

  191. With Brexit Deal in Peril, Theresa May Scrambles to Save It Foreign, Yesterday

    Britain’s prime minister set off Tuesday on a series of flying visits with E.U. leaders, seeking ways to increase domestic support for her withdrawal agreement.

  192. At Fashion Awards in London, a Welcome Dose of ‘Markle Sparkle’ Styles, Yesterday

    A surprise appearance by the Duchess of Sussex at Britain’s answer to the Met Gala provided a brief respite and much cheer at a time when the country faces an uncertain future.