24 Hours of NYT News


  1. Afghan Forces Retake Control of Kabul Hotel After Deadly Siege Foreign, Today

    Officials declared an overnight attack on the Intercontinental Hotel over, saying 160 people, including 41 foreigners, had been rescued. Five civilians died, as well as four assailants.

  2. North Korean Pop Singer Leads Pre-Olympic Delegation to South Foreign, Today

    The advance team of North Koreans, headed by Hyon Song-wol, one of the North’s best-known propaganda singers, arrived in the South on Sunday.

  3. Open, Closed or Something in Between: What a Shutdown Looks Like Washington, Yesterday

    The vast machinery of the federal government began grinding to a halt, but much of the bureaucracy will stay in motion for a while.

  4. Michigan State Trustee Asks President to Resign Over Nassar Scandal Express, Today

    Breaking ranks with the board, the trustee said new leadership would “allow the healing process to begin” after a former university doctor pleaded guilty to sex abuse.

  5. Bitter Bickering Muddies the Path to Ending the Government Shutdown Washington, Yesterday

    With the government shut down and the two parties faulting each other, senators from both parties were looking for an agreement to end the crisis.

  6. Hawaii Governor Learned Missile Alert Was False Within Two Minutes Express, Yesterday

    The leader of the Hawaii National Guard disclosed the timetable at a hearing on Friday. Lawmakers want to know why the public was not told quicker.

  7. Harry Selby, Renowned Hunter and Safari Guide, Is Dead at 92 Obits, Yesterday

    He shot his first antelope at 8, his first elephant at 14. Mr. Selby was a protégé of the East Africa hunter Philip Hope Percival, who took Theodore Roosevelt and Ernest Hemingway on safari.

  8. Congressman Combating Harassment Settled His Own Misconduct Case Washington, Yesterday

    Representative Patrick Meehan, a Republican member of the House Ethics Committee, used taxpayer money to pay a former aide who had seen him as a father figure before he made unwanted advances.

  9. 1 Son, 4 Overdoses, 6 Hours National, Today

    Drug deaths draw the most notice, but more addicted people live than die. For them and their families, life can be a relentless cycle of worry, hope and chaos.

  10. The Longer It Lasts, the More a Shutdown Could Hurt the Economy Washington, Yesterday

    The early days of the federal government shutdown won’t slow the American economy much, but that could change if the impasse drags out.

  11. After Vowing to Fix Washington, Trump Is Mired in a Familiar Crisis Washington, Yesterday

    Immigration policy, the issue that propelled President Trump’s political rise, snarled negotiations to avert a government shutdown.

  12. Biggest Tests for Novak Djokovic’s New Serve Await in Australia Sports, Yesterday

    Changing your service technique in your prime is never easy, and success relies on commitment, say some players who have done it, like Maria Sharapova.

  13. Islam Teaches Us That Life Is a Test. So Is This President. Op Ed, Yesterday

    What life has been like as an imam during Donald Trump’s first year in office.

  14. They Were Bad. He May Be Worse. Op Ed, Yesterday

    The best way to evaluate President Trump’s first year in office is to compare him not with the great presidents but with the worst.

  15. Women’s March 2018: Thousands of Protesters Take to the Streets National, Yesterday

    Demonstrators gathered on Saturday at rallies across the country. Progressive women hope to translate their enthusiasm into electoral victories in the midterm elections.

  16. Homes that Sold for Around $1 Million Real Estate, Today

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  17. In Tel Aviv, a Futuristic Hotel With a Past Travel, Today

    Poli House, a Bauhaus landmark, is a journey through geometry: a circular bar, a curving staircase, slanting shelves, oblong mirrors.

  18. After a Wild Week for Trump, ‘S.N.L.’ Asks, ‘What Even Matters Anymore?’ Culture, Today

    “Saturday Night Live” featured a particularly topical game show hosted by Jessica Chastain and plenty of coverage of the saga of Stormy Daniels.

  19. What the Shutdown Says About the Future of the Democrats Op Ed, Yesterday

    An ideological movement hasn’t taken over the party — yet.

  20. The Shutdown Shows the Twisted Rules of a Broken Congress Op Ed, Yesterday

    The budget process is not really about budgeting anymore. It’s about partisan warfare.

  21. The Women’s March Became a Movement. What’s Next? National, Yesterday

    Women’s marches drew more than a million people a year ago. This time around, they come amid a broader cultural challenge to men’s power and privilege.

  22. Leftist Lion and Far-Right Provocateur Vie for Brazil Presidency Foreign, Yesterday

    As a wild, bitter contest to lead Brazil gets underway, the two front-runners are political opposites, one facing prison time and the other with a long history of incendiary remarks.

  23. On Paris’s Icy Streets, Migrants Wait for Word on Refuge Foreign, Today

    Even with accelerated asylum processing, France cannot keep up with the constant stream of new arrivals, leaving hundreds of migrants to sleep rough.

  24. How a ‘Perfect Storm’ in New Hampshire Has Fueled an Opioid Crisis National, Today

    New Hampshire is relatively prosperous, with low crime and unemployment. But the state is short on treatment centers, and drugs are readily available in nearby Massachusetts.

  25. Hillary Lost, but the Future Is Hers Op Ed, Yesterday

    Women will follow Clinton’s lead right into the White House.

  26. The London Sinfonietta, a Contemporary Music Trailblazer, Turns 50 Culture, Today

    One of the most forward-looking ensembles in contemporary classical music will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a concert at London’s Royal Festival Hall.

  27. ‘The Shape of Water’ Wins Producers Guild Award Culture, Today

    The winner of this prize has gone on to win best picture at the Oscars eight of the last 10 years. Other PGA winners on Saturday included “Coco” and “Jane.”

  28. Caroline Wozniacki, With a Close Call Behind Her, Marches On Sports, Today

    Wozniacki reached the quarterfinals of the Australian Open for the first time since 2012 with a 6-3, 6-0 win over Magdelana Rybaricova on Sunday.

  29. What’s on TV Sunday: ‘Counterpart’ and ‘The Resident’ Culture, Today

    Kristen Bell hosts the Screen Actors Guild Awards, and J.K. Simmons pulls double duty in “Counterpart.”

  30. Chris Paul Scores 33 as Rockets End Warriors’ Road Streak Sports, Today

    Paul also had 11 rebounds in a game that ended a 14-game win streak for Golden State.

  31. How Much Warmer Was Your City in 2017? Interactive, Today

    Interactive chart showing warmer or cooler it was in 2017 in more than 3,800 cities around the world.

  32. Victoria Chan, Stephen Okin Society, Today

    The bride works at the State Department. The groom is an analyst for a defense consulting firm. They met in October 2013 at Rennert New York Language School.

  33. Julie Herrin, Emil Michael Society, Today

    The couple met in 2012 at the Hyde Nightclub at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas.

  34. Caitlin Field, Julia Sullivan Society, Today

    Caitlin Field and Julia Sullivan, who both work for New York City, met on OkCupid.

  35. Corrections: January 21, 2018 Corrections, Today

    Corrections appearing in print on Sunday, January 21, 2018.

  36. Jaclyn Lopez, Andrew Witmer Society, Today

    The bride is a clinical psychologist, the groom the communications director for Oklahoma Congressman Frank D. Lucas.

  37. Abigail Darby, Clayton Robinson Society, Today

    Abigail Darby and Clayton Robinson were married Jan. 20 at St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue in New York. The Rev. Michael D. Spurlock led the ceremony.

  38. Voices From the Women’s March Photo, Today

    On the first anniversary of the Women’s March, thousands gathered in major metropolitan areas and small towns around the globe. From Cheyenne, Wyo., to Pikeville, Ky., to Washington to Rome, people marched for women’s rights on Saturday. Eight pho...

  39. A Trump-Size Hole in Our Relationship Op Ed, Yesterday

    I’ve had a year of deep disagreement very close to home.

  40. The Political Mythbuster in Chief Op Ed, Yesterday

    In shattering comforting fictions about how things work in America, he’s made us face our country’s lack of decency and shame. Finally.

  41. Year One in Donald Trump’s World Op Ed, Yesterday

    The president’s universe is a place of dread, not deals.

  42. Trump So Far Is More Farce Than Tragedy Op Ed, Yesterday

    Our president is an authoritarian in his Twitter feed and nowhere else.

  43. Donald Trump and His Work Wives Op Ed, Yesterday

    What does Hope Hicks do, exactly? Vast amounts of emotional labor.

  44. The Republican’s Guide to Presidential Etiquette Interactive, Yesterday

    Republicans used to care a whole lot about how a president comported himself. Here is what they now condone.

  45. We Need Bodice-Ripper Sex Ed Op Ed, Yesterday

    Romance novels taught me that sexual pleasure was something women could not just hope for but insist upon.

  46. At Least 5 Killed in Afghan Hotel Attack That Trapped Hundreds of Guests Foreign, Yesterday

    Four insurgents shot their way into the largest hotel in Kabul, killing five. Guests were trapped inside, saying goodbyes from under beds and inside toilet cubicles.

  47. Pope Francis Comforts Peruvians Who Faced ‘Wrath of Nature’ Foreign, Yesterday

    After facing criticism over the church’s sexual abuse scandals, he returned to familiar themes of poverty and the environment.

  48. My Kid’s First Lesson in Realpolitik Op Ed, Yesterday

    Children don’t live in a bubble, so why do we try to shelter them from conflict?

  49. Quotation of the Day: One Son, Six Hours, Four Overdoses: A Family’s Anguish. Summary, Yesterday

    Quotation of the Day for Sunday, January 21, 2018.

  50. How Corruption and Cronyism in Banking Fueled Iran’s Protests Foreign, Yesterday

    Thousands lost their savings in the collapse of shady banks, part of a broader economic system plagued by insider dealing, mismanagement and inefficiency.

  51. Avalanche Beat Rangers for Ninth Straight Win Sports, Yesterday

    The Rangers had several chances to tie the score in the third period, but Colorado held on to win nine in a row for the first time since 2000.

  52. Is Trump Warping Our Sense of Time? Op Ed, Yesterday

    The past year has been an emotional roller coaster. Did it feel long, or did the time fly by? It depends.

  53. Substitutes Games, Yesterday

    Victor Barocas and Andy Kravis swap ideas.

  54. Anti-Corruption Protest Draws Tens of Thousands Across Snowy Romania Foreign, Yesterday

    Ten of thousands of protesters rallied in Bucharest on Saturday to protest proposed revisions to the country’s corruption laws.

  55. Pence Praises Egypt Partnership in Meeting With Sisi Foreign, Yesterday

    Vice President Mike Pence, the highest-level American official to visit Egypt in nearly a decade, began a trip through the region.

  56. Resolving Who Owns What Land Lies at Heart of Zimbabwe’s Future Foreign, Yesterday

    Even as villagers in land coveted by Grace Mugabe celebrated the end of an era, determining who has title to farms is a critical step in Zimbabwe’s development and democratization.

  57. Trump Appointee Resigns and Apologizes for Racist Comments Politics, Yesterday

    Carl Higbie stepped down from the Corporation for National and Community Service after CNN revealed his disparaging remarks about black people, Muslims and others.

  58. Wildlife Trafficking Kingpin Arrested in Thailand Foreign, Yesterday

    Boonchai Bach is suspected of fueling much of Asia’s illegal animal trade for over a decade, overseeing a criminal syndicate that has smuggled poached items including ivory and rhino horns.

  59. Myanmar Soldiers Sentenced for Killing 3 Civilians in Kachin Foreign, Yesterday

    Six soldiers were sentenced to 10 years in prison for killing three people in war-torn Kachin state. It was a rare prosecution in a country where the military has operated with impunity for decades.

  60. Four Teams Left. Four Different Approaches to the Anthem Protests. Sports, Yesterday

    The Vikings, the Patriots, the Jaguars and the Eagles have plenty in common, but how they handled the biggest issue of the 2017 N.F.L. season ran the gamut.

  61. Hermès: Fall 2018 Slideshow, Yesterday

    The fall 2018 men’s collection.

  62. 72 Turkish Jets Bomb U.S.-Backed Kurdish Militias in Syria Foreign, Yesterday

    Despite warnings from the United States, a defiant President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey vowed to crush the militias, which he described as a terrorist threat.

  63. Patrick Meehan’s Response to The Times’s Article on His Settlement for Misconduct Washington, Yesterday

    Representative Patrick Meehan, Republican of Pennsylvania, released this statement in response to an article about a settlement using public funds for misconduct.

  64. What I’ve Learned from My 4-Year-Old Op Ed, Yesterday

    Raising my son is making me want to be a better person.

  65. How Did We Do on the Trump Beat? Op Ed, Yesterday

    A search for truth that didn’t fear crossing an arbitrary line between facts and opinion.

  66. Confronting Racism in America Letters, Yesterday

    Readers discuss an opinion writer’s argument that racism is pervasive and widely denied.

  67. Balmain Homme: Fall 2018 Slideshow, Yesterday

    The fall 2018 men’s collection.

  68. Recipe for Ruckus in India: A Queen’s Honor, a New Film and Politics Foreign, Yesterday

    Hindu extremists smashed up the film set, pulled the director’s hair and threatened to behead the lead actress. “Padmaavat,” the most potentially explosive Indian film in years, opens Thursday.

  69. Full Text of Aly Raisman’s Statement Sports, Yesterday

    Ali Raisman, an Olympics gymnastics star, read this statement during the sentencing hearing of a team doctor who pleaded guilty to sexual abuse.

  70. Paul Bocuse, Celebrated French Chef, Dies at 91 Obits, Yesterday

    Mr. Bocuse was a leading figure in the pathbreaking culinary movement known as nouvelle cuisine.

  71. Women’s March 2.0 Video, Yesterday

    A year after millions of women protested President Trump, marchers are gathering again across the country and the world.

  72. Dior Homme: Fall 2018 Slideshow, Yesterday

    The fall 2018 men’s collection.

  73. 14 Recent and Underseen Indies on Netflix Interactive, Yesterday

    Netflix has become a reliable destination for many fine independent films that spent little time in theaters. Here are 14 from the past few years that are worth discovering.

  74. Angelique Kerber Is Learning How to Win Again Sports, Yesterday

    In a 6-1, 6-3 victory against Maria Sharapova at the Australian Open, Kerber looked more like the fist-pumping No. 1 of 2016 than the downbeat player of last year.

  75. Variety: Acrostic Games, Yesterday

    Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon steer us through this week’s acrostic.

  76. Syria Promotes Tourism, Despite Devastation of Civil War Foreign, Yesterday

    The country was once home to an array of tourist landmarks, but many of those have been damaged or destroyed by war, and most governments still advise against their citizens traveling there.

  77. T. Boone Pickens, a Texas-Size Businessman, Calls It Quits Sunday Business, Yesterday

    A cantankerous self-made tycoon, Mr. Pickens shook up the oil business, promoted the concept of shareholder value and evangelized for renewable energy.

  78. A Hissing Radiator and Sleepless Nights Real Estate, Yesterday

    If the radiator hisses so loudly you can’t sleep, does the landlord have to fix it?

  79. The National Rifle Association’s Telegenic Warrior Styles, Yesterday

    How Dana Loesch, a onetime Democrat, became a Second Amendment spokeswoman too incendiary for some right-wingers to handle.

  80. Our 10 Most Popular Recipes Right Now Dining, Yesterday

    The recipes readers loved most this week.

  81. Australian Open: Another Early Exit for Alexander Zverev Sports, Yesterday

    The fourth-seeded Zverev made yet another puzzling early exit at a Grand Slam tournament, losing to his fellow rising star Hyeon Chung in the third round.

  82. What’s on TV Saturday: ‘Blue Planet II’ and ‘False Flag’ Culture, Yesterday

    Sir David Attenborough returns to host “Blue Planet II,” and average citizens are thrust into an international incident in “False Flag.”

  83. Sinn Fein Picks New Leader to Replace Gerry Adams Foreign, Yesterday

    Mary Lou McDonald has no direct involvement in the three decades of conflict in Northern Ireland.

  84. Thom Browne: Fall 2018 Slideshow, Yesterday

    The fall 2018 men’s collection.

  85. Yes, People Really Are Eating Tide Pods. No, It’s Not Safe. National, Yesterday

    An improbable and dangerous idea promoted on the internet has become a cause for genuine concern, the authorities said.

  86. It Ignited a Protest. But Can It Sustain a Movement? Video, Yesterday

    Ahead of organized protests, Susan Chira, the senior correspondent for gender issues at The New York Times, reflects on last year's Women's March.

  87. It Ignited a Protest. But Can It Sustain a Movement? Video, Yesterday

    Ahead of organized protests, Susan Chira, the senior correspondent for gender issues at The New York Times, reflects on last year's Women's March.

  88. There’s Community and Consensus. But It’s No Commune. Sunday Business, Yesterday

    A small movement with an ungainly name, cohousing, is appealing to more people of retirement age — and younger — who no longer want to be isolated.

  89. Sacai: Fall 2018 Slideshow, Yesterday

    The fall 2018 men’s collection.

  90. Here’s How to Deal With Men (Thwack!) Styles, Yesterday

    This former dominatrix is teaching women tools to confront harassment and sexist behavior.

  91. The Pentagon Papers Team Tells How The Times Defied Censorship News Desk, Yesterday

    In a Facebook Live chat, four retired Times staff members described their dramatic 1971 retreat to a Midtown hotel to focus on preparing the Pentagon Papers.

  92. Listen to ‘Dear Sugars’: Dark Fantasies Part 2 — With Dr. Ian Kerner Podcasts, Yesterday

    Where do our persistent sexual fantasies come from? And is it possible to escape their grip? In part two of our Dark Fantasies series, the Sugars try to answer these questions.

  93. Keeping Alaïa Alive: A Designer Died, but His Brand Did Not Styles, Yesterday

    Two months after Azzedine Alaïa’s death, his company plots a course for the future.