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  1. What Did the U.S. Get for $2 Trillion in Afghanistan? Interactive, Today

    An assessment of spending on the war in Afghanistan finds there is little to show for it.

  2. You’ll Never Buy Caramel Corn Again Food, Today

    Melissa Clark’s new recipe is light, super-crisp, very caramel-y — in short, bonkers delicious.

  3. ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Russian Doll’ Get Snubbed by Golden Globes Arts, Today

    The television nominations included only one truly quirky choice (“Catch-22”?) but there were a few unexpected choices and omissions.

  4. At Alvin Ailey, a Quiet Disrupter With No Time for Tears Arts, Today

    Jamar Roberts, the company’s first resident choreographer, wants to bring the world into his dances.

  5. The First ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ Trailer Emphasizes the Eerie Movies, Today

    The clip, featuring Finn Wolfhard, is short on jokes and plays more like a horror film. Jason Reitman directed.

  6. Report on F.B.I. Russia Inquiry Expected to Show Mistakes but No Anti-Trump Plot U.S., Today

    A much-anticipated report by the Justice Department’s inspector general will criticize the F.B.I. but also debunk many conspiracy theories.

  7. El muro de Donald Trump pone en riesgo la naturaleza en Español, Today

    Mientras lees esto, se están levantando enormes paredes de concreto en la frontera entre México y Estados Unidos que atraviesan refugios de vida silvestre y espacios naturales.

  8. Golden Globes Movies Snubs: ‘Little Women’ and Robert De Niro Movies, Today

    The surprises included nods for the director of “Joker” and Annette Bening (“The Report”).

  9. Scenes of New Zealand’s Volcanic Eruption Video, Today

    A volcano erupted on White Island off New Zealand on Monday. At least five people have been confirmed killed and 23 people, including the five dead, were evacuated.

  10. Documents Reveal Misleading Public Statements on Afghan War World, Today

    Documents obtained by The Washington Post paint a stark picture of missteps and failures in the American effort to pacify and rebuild Afghanistan.

  11. Combating Compassion Fatigue U.S., Today

    Monday: An expert talks about the effects of seeing people living on the streets. Also: A major PG&E settlement, and Katie Hill speaks out.

  12. $1.4 Million Homes in California Real Estate, Today

    A hilltop house in Mendocino County, a midcentury-modern home in Berkeley with Golden Gate Bridge views and a four-building complex in Joshua Tree.

  13. What You Get for $1.4 Million in California Slideshow, Today

    A hilltop house in Mendocino County, a midcentury-modern home in Berkeley with Golden Gate Bridge views and a four-building complex in Joshua Tree.

  14. TikTok’s Biggest Hits of the Year — and Its Predictions for 2020 Fashion, Today

    TikTok says it’s ready to help its stars get rich.

  15. Don’t Let China Win the Green Race Opinion, Today

    America should be leading the way on clean energy, not falling behind.

  16. Paul A. Volcker, Fed Chairman Who Waged War on Inflation, Is Dead at 92 Business, Today

    Mr. Volcker helped shape American economic policy for decades, notably by leading the Federal Reserve’s brute-force campaign to subdue inflation in the 1970s and ’80s.

  17. Trump Impeachment Hearings: Live Stream Video and Analysis Interactive, Today

    The House Judiciary Committee is hearing presentations by Democratic and Republican lawyers on the evidence for and against impeaching President Trump. Join our reporters for live coverage and analysis.

  18. Golden Globe Nominations 2020: Here Is the Full List Movies, Today

    A complete list of the nominees for the 2020 Golden Globe Awards.

  19. Word + Quiz: corollary The Learning Network, Today

    This word has appeared in 29 articles on NYTimes.com in the past year.

  20. Lesson of the Day: ‘Around the World in 5 Kids’ Games’ The Learning Network, Today

    In this lesson, students explore the role that playground games play in different cultures.

  21. North Korea Calls Trump a ‘Heedless and Erratic Old Man’ World, Today

    The harsh words came after President Trump warned that Kim Jong-un had “far too much to lose” if he tried to intervene in the U.S. elections with attempts at hostile acts.

  22. An Art History Mystery with No Shortage of Sleuths Arts, Today

    Is a bronze statue discovered in France a 16th century Renaissance masterpiece or a (much less valuable) 17th century copy? Readers shared their theories, opinions and expertise.

  23. Sweden Charges Ex-Ambassador to China Over Secret Meetings World, Today

    The diplomat, Anna Lindstedt, is accused of arranging unauthorized talks between the daughter of a detained bookseller and two men representing Chinese interests.

  24. Who Is Barry Berke? Judiciary Committee’s Lawyer Will Present Impeachment Case U.S., Today

    A New York defense lawyer working for House Democrats, Mr. Berke has been an architect of their impeachment inquiry.

  25. With Few Cards to Play, Zelensky Meets Putin Face to Face World, Today

    Presidents Vladimir V. Putin of Russia and Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine are meeting for the first time, seeking to end the war in eastern Ukraine.

  26. Impeachment Hearing Updates: ‘The Evidence is Overwhelming’ Against Trump, Democratic Counsel Says U.S., Today

    The House Judiciary Committee chairman said President Trump “put himself before country,” as he gaveled open a hearing where Democratic and Republican lawyers are presenting their dueling arguments about whether the case against Mr. Trump warrants impeachment.

  27. ‘There Were No Safety Features’: Outrage Follows New Delhi Fire World, Today

    The blaze at an illegal factory in New Delhi was one of the worst in recent years. The victims were migrant laborers from poor villages.

  28. Facing Criticism Over Muslim Camps, China Says: What’s the Problem? World, Today

    Chinese officials have released social media videos, blistering editorials and attacks on researchers in a push to counter evidence of its Muslim internment drive.

  29. How to Shoot the Start of a Relationship’s End in ‘Marriage Story’ Movies, Today

    The writer and director Noah Baumbach narrates a sequence from his film, which was nominated for 6 Golden Globe Awards.

  30. ‘Marriage Story’ | Anatomy of a Scene Video, Today

    Noah Baumbach narrates a sequence from “A Marriage Story,” featuring Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson.

  31. Trump Administration Hinders Authority of W.T.O. Business, Today

    As the trade war intensifies, the U.S. has effectively crippled the W.T.O.’s system of enforcing rules at a time it is needed the most.

  32. The Children of ISIS Don’t Belong in Cages, Either Opinion, Today

    The world is failing innocent victims of the war on terrorism.

  33. A Woman’s Journey Through China’s Detention Camps Podcasts, Today

    A last-minute booking, a furtive cab ride and a spy in the window. How our correspondent found a crack in China’s surveillance state — and a woman on her deathbed in Xinjiang.

  34. Buttigieg, in Search of Black Support, Looks Homeward U.S., Today

    The mayor of South Bend, Ind., has some local black leaders vouching for him. But that hasn’t stopped his opponents from criticizing his record.

  35. Ron Lauder Pledges $25 Million for Anti-Semitism Campaign U.S., Today

    Mr. Lauder, a billionaire and longtime Republican contributor, cast the effort as more aggressive than that of other Jewish advocacy groups, outlining plans to air television and radio ads.

  36. Buttigieg, in Search of Black Support, Looks Homeward U.S., Today

    The mayor of South Bend, Ind., has some local black leaders vouching for him. But that hasn’t stopped his opponents from criticizing his record.

  37. Ron Lauder Pledges $25 Million for Campaign Against Anti-Semitism U.S., Today

    Mr. Lauder, a billionaire and longtime Republican contributor, cast the effort as more aggressive than that of other Jewish advocacy groups, outlining plans to air television and radio ads.

  38. A Policy to Quash the Women’s Wave. From Democrats. Opinion, Today

    The D.C.C.C.’s blacklist against people working to oust incumbents has caused untold damage.

  39. The Great Recycling Con Opinion, Today

    The greatest trick corporations ever played was making us think we could recycle their products.

  40. The Great Recycling Con Video, Today

    The greatest trick companies ever played was making us think we could recycle their products.

  41. Russia, New Zealand, Golden Globes: Your Monday Briefing Briefing, Today

    Here's what you need to know.

  42. Sanna Marin of Finland to Become World’s Youngest Prime Minister World, Today

    At 34, Ms. Marin will head a coalition made up of five parties, in a government led by women.

  43. India Prepares to Block Naturalization for Muslims World, Today

    A bill establishing a religious test for immigration to India is expected to pass Parliament, a major step for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu-nationalist agenda.

  44. Russia Banned From Olympics and Global Sports for 4 Years Over Doping Sports, Today

    The World Anti-Doping Agency’s unanimous decision, if upheld, would exclude Russia from the 2020 Olympics, and the Winter Games and World Cup in 2022.

  45. Tensions Over Subway Policing, Race and ‘Arrest Quotas’ New York, Today

    Multiple officers in Brooklyn say they were told by a commander to stop black and Latino commuters for minor offenses.

  46. How Much Do You Know About Costa Rica? Interactive, Today

    Can you find Costa Rica on a map? What else do you know about this Central American nation with about 5 million people?

  47. The 25 Rooms That Influence the Way We Design T Magazine, Today

    Three designers, two journalists and an interiors photographer gathered at The New York Times to make a list of history’s most enduring and significant spaces. Here are the results.

  48. What to Look for in the Watchdog Report on the Russia Investigation U.S., Today

    A long-awaited report by the Justice Department’s independent inspector general will be made public today.

  49. Jacqueline Woodson on Africa, America and Slavery’s Fierce Undertow Travel, Today

    The African-American novelist journeys to Ghana, once a hub of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, as the nation invites descendants of enslaved Africans to call it their “home.” But can you go home again?

  50. ‘Marriage Story’ and ‘The Irishman’ Propel Netflix to Most Golden Globe Nominations Movies, Today

    Streaming services had a big day with Netflix leading the TV and film categories. Apple’s centerpiece series, “The Morning Show,” and its two stars all received nominations.

  51. Violent Protests and Free Speech: Who’s to Blame for an Officer’s Injuries? U.S., Today

    The A.C.L.U. asked the Supreme Court to hear an appeal from DeRay Mckesson, a Black Lives Matter activist sued by a Louisiana police officer.

  52. ‘The Ferrante Effect’: In Italy, Women Writers Are Ascendant Books, Today

    “My Brilliant Friend” and Elena Ferrante’s other best-selling books are inspiring female novelists and shaking up the country’s male-dominated literary establishment.

  53. A Jeweler Makes the Most of Her Hudson Yards Studio Real Estate, Today

    A sixth-generation Indian-American jeweler lives in a cozy space that is also her jewelry line’s base of operations.

  54. Michelle Wolf Doesn’t Want to Be Your Folk Hero Arts, Today

    After a notorious set at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner and a canceled Netflix show, this stand-up is intent on challenging your expectations and telling you about her abortion.

  55. When Drug Side Effects Pose Real Dangers Well, Today

    The rule of thumb in medicine — first, do no harm — has as its corollary that the expected benefits of treatment should outweigh its potential risks.

  56. Are Sugar Substitutes Good for Kids? Well, Today

    Information is limited about the long-term safety of consuming nonnutritive sweeteners.

  57. We Beat Sleep Apnea. It Should Be Easier for You to Do It, Too. The Upshot, Today

    The consequences of ignoring the condition can be severe, but the health system puts up barriers to treatment.

  58. What Are Your Experiences With Meditation? The Learning Network, Today

    What strategies do you use to calm your mind, diminish stress or get through a crisis?

  59. Despite Warnings, Trump Moves to Expand Migrant Family Detention U.S., Today

    Tiny prison uniforms were replaced with T-shirts. Healthcare and schooling improved. Experts say there is still no safe way to incarcerate families.

  60. Ohio State Struggled in the Big Ten Title Game. Tougher Teams Await. Sports, Today

    The Buckeyes needed a comeback to beat Wisconsin for the conference title. But Clemson and, potentially, Louisiana State in the College Football Playoff are much tougher matchups.

  61. Where Bicyclists, Doormen and Tourists Battle for Turf New York, Today

    New York City bicyclists say people who walk across bike lanes need to pay attention. But doormen at high-end hotels worry about collisions as lanes expand.

  62. Amid Impeachment Drama, a Bipartisan Celebration of the Arts U.S., Today

    Lawmakers and artists alike came together to pay tribute to the winners of the Kennedy Center Honors during a fraught time in Washington.

  63. What to Watch at Monday’s Impeachment Hearing U.S., Today

    The House Judiciary Committee will hear evidence as it considers articles of impeachment against President Trump for pressuring Ukraine to help him against his domestic political rivals.

  64. What’s on TV Monday: ‘Bridesmaids’ and ‘It Comes at Night’ Arts, Today

    The extended cut of the wedding comedy arrives on HBO. And Trey Edward Shults’s horror movie jumps from Amazon to Netflix.

  65. You Live Your Life Online. Don’t Forget Your Manners Smarter Living, Today

    Etiquette helps you get on in life, but having a range of etiquette makes all the difference.

  66. No Corrections: Dec. 9, 2019 Corrections, Today

    No corrections appeared in print on Monday, Dec. 9, 2019.

  67. Quotation of the Day: Air Force Sees Data as $9 Billion Weapon Today’s Paper, Today

    Quotation of the Day for Monday, December 9, 2019.

  68. Brexit, France, Hong Kong: Your Monday Briefing Briefing, Today

    Here’s what you need to know.

  69. Barr Allows for Release of Additional Details About Ex-Spy Behind Steele Dossier U.S., Today

    The British former spy was told on the eve of its release that a highly anticipated inspector general’s report would contain further information about him than he had expected.

  70. A Few Cities Have Cornered Innovation Jobs. Can That Be Changed? Business, Today

    A new report documents the concentration of cutting-edge industries in a few coastal areas and why lawmakers ought to be alarmed.

  71. N.F.L. Week 14: What We Learned Sports, Today

    George Kittle dragged the 49ers to a win over the Saints, Patrick Mahomes finally beat the Patriots and the Ravens topped the Bills in a week that did not disappoint.

  72. Study Examines Why Black Americans Remain Scarce in Executive Suites U.S., Today

    A new report, “Being Black in Corporate America,” outlines why diversity and inclusion efforts are falling short for African-American professionals.

  73. Even a Little Alcohol May Raise Cancer Risk Well, Today

    Associations between drinking and cancer were particularly strong for cancers of the mouth, throat, stomach and colon.

  74. ‘Madam Secretary’ Proved TV Didn’t Have to Be Hip to be Great Arts, Yesterday

    The CBS drama, which ends its six-season run on Sunday, was a one of the squarest shows on television. That was a big part of its charm.

  75. Elizabeth Warren Earned $1.9 Million Over 3 Decades for Corporate and Legal Work U.S., Yesterday

    While demanding that an opponent, Pete Buttigieg, disclose his McKinsey clients, Ms. Warren provided a fuller explanation of her compensation as a legal consultant.

  76. Volcano Erupts on New Zealand Island, Leaving People Missing and Hurt International Home, Yesterday

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said about 100 tourists were on or near White Island when the volcano erupted, adding that “a number of people” are missing or hurt.

  77. At Least 5 Dead as Volcano Erupts on New Zealand Island World, Yesterday

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said that dozens of tourists were on or near White Island when the volcano erupted, and that “a number of people” were missing or hurt.

  78. New Zealand Volcano Erupts, and Police See ‘No Signs of Life’ World, Yesterday

    Five people have been confirmed dead after the eruption on White Island, which is popular with tourists. Several more are missing.

  79. ‘Mr. Robot’ Season 4, Episode 10 Recap: Run Away With Me Arts, Yesterday

    This week’s episode took a bit of a breather to focus on the star-crossed fates of Darlene and Dom.

  80. ‘Watchmen’ Season 1, Episode 8 Recap: Chicken or Egg? Arts, Yesterday

    This week’s episode asked: If you knew when and how a relationship would end, would you take the plunge?

  81. ‘Keep’ Review: Daniel Kitson Takes Inventory Theater, Yesterday

    An excursion into the Theater of Lists at St. Ann’s Warehouse proves to be both original and exasperating.

  82. Patriots Run Out of Comebacks in Testy Rematch Against Chiefs Sports, Yesterday

    Tom Brady and his offense’s continued struggles drew boos from New England fans as Kansas City avenged its A.F.C. championship loss.

  83. Pensacola Attack Probed for Terrorism Link. Saudi Suspect Clashed With Instructor. U.S., Yesterday

    The F.B.I. said it was conducting a terrorism investigation into the shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola, as new information emerged about the gunman’s training at the facility.

  84. Marvin Miller and Ted Simmons Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame Sports, Yesterday

    Miller, a former leader of the players’ union, and Simmons, a catcher, were selected by the modern baseball era committee. They are the first two members of the Hall’s class of 2020.

  85. NATO Conference Is Canceled After U.S. Ambassador Barred a Trump Critic World, Yesterday

    An expert was scheduled to speak at the Copenhagen event but was told the ambassador, Carla Sands, had vetoed his participation.

  86. The Indispensable Man: How Giuliani Led Trump to the Brink of Impeachment U.S., Yesterday

    Rudy Giuliani didn’t get the job he expected. But as unpaid personal counsel to the president and for-profit peddler of access and advice, he got the spotlight.

  87. Oh, Nikki. You’re So Wrong. Opinion, Yesterday

    There is much Nikki Haley could learn from a true heroine of the South Carolina Confederate flag removal: Bree Newsome Bass.

  88. Pensacola Victims: Three Hopeful Men at the Dawn of Naval Careers U.S., Yesterday

    The sailors who were fatally shot on Friday at Naval Air Station Pensacola had only recently arrived to train in naval aviation, grieving relatives said.

  89. The N.F.C.’s Best Team? San Francisco Makes a High-Scoring Case Sports, Yesterday

    The 49ers’ win over New Orleans gave them the conference’s best record. They will have to defend their case as the N.F.C.’s best team while playing a brutal end-of-season schedule.

  90. Trump Brings 2 Officers He Cleared of War Crimes Onstage at Fund-Raiser U.S., Yesterday

    The president had pardoned Army First Lt. Clint Lorance and Maj. Mathew Golsteyn last month, in a move that strained his relationship with Pentagon leaders.

  91. The Gig Economy’s Sexual Misconduct Problem, and How to Fix It Opinion, Yesterday

    In my research I’ve heard countless tales of assault, harassment and abuse.

  92. René Auberjonois, a ‘Deep Space Nine’ Star, Dies at 79 Obituaries, Yesterday

    The busy character actor was also known for “Benson,” “Boston Legal” and several Broadway roles.

  93. The Eight Counts of Impeachment That Trump Deserves Opinion, Yesterday

    The lessons from Nixon and Clinton.

  94. Protesters Are Fleeing Hong Kong. A Secret Network Is Helping Them. Video, Yesterday

    Risk years of imprisonment or flee? We traced the journey along a covert pipeline helping Hong Kong protesters escape to Taiwan.

  95. Protesters Are Fleeing Hong Kong. A Secret Network Is Helping Them. Video, Yesterday

    Risk years of imprisonment or flee? We traced the journey along a covert pipeline helping Hong Kong protesters escape to Taiwan.

  96. Air Force Aims to Deploy a New Battlefield Weapon: Faster Communications U.S., Yesterday

    Military officials are trying to develop systems that instantly push intelligence to front-line forces, a development strategists say could help deter aggression by Russia and China.

  97. Completely Enchanted Crosswords & Games, Yesterday

    Ellis Hay is back with his second New York Times Crossword.

  98. Barr Dives Into the Culture Wars, and Social Conservatives Rejoice U.S., Yesterday

    The attorney general embodies the combative culture and conservative ideology that animate the president and the Republican Party. Is he what the party looks like post-Trump?

  99. Video Review Call Assists Jets on Winning Drive Sports, Yesterday

    A pass interference call by video review officials on an incompletion helped lead to Sam Ficken’s winning field goal as time expired.

  100. Margaret Lawrence, First Black Female Psychoanalyst, Dies at 105 Obituaries, Yesterday

    She overcame many hurdles, including rejection by Cornell’s medical school, which told her a black man before her “didn’t work out.” (He had died.)

  101. Rosario Dawson Joins Her Love on the ‘Lead With Love’ Tour U.S., Yesterday

    The actress went shopping for vegan snacks — and votes — in Iowa with her boyfriend, the presidential candidate Cory Booker.

  102. What’s Going On in This Picture? | Dec. 9, 2019 The Learning Network, Yesterday

    Look closely at this image, stripped of its caption, and join the moderated conversation about what you and other students see.

  103. First ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Trailer: Steve Trevor Is Somehow Back Movies, Yesterday

    The superheroine, played by Gal Gadot, has a new look but apparently the same love interest (Chris Pine) in the sequel, directed by Patty Jenkins.

  104. Release the Influencers! Quibi’s Plan for Streaming Success Business, Yesterday

    Are you an online star with more than 500,000 followers? Jeffrey Katzenberg may want to have a word with you.

  105. A (Grudging) Defense of the $120,000 Banana Arts, Yesterday

    Maurizio Cattelan is more than a prankster, and “Comedian,” his potassium-rich latest work, is more than an overpriced piece of fruit.

  106. Trump Cripples W.T.O. as Trade War Rages Business, Yesterday

    A U.S. offensive against the World Trade Organization will effectively shutter the group’s system for settling disputes, at a time it’s most needed.

  107. 5-Year-Old Carries Baby in Subzero Cold After They Are Abandoned, Police Say U.S., Yesterday

    A power outage scared the older child, who, wearing socks and light clothing, carried the baby about half a mile to another house in Alaska.

  108. Donald B. Marron, Financier, Art Collector and Philanthropist, Dies at 85 U.S., Yesterday

    Mr. Marron began his Wall Street career as a teenager before becoming a business leader and supporter of the arts.

  109. ‘Sleeping Car Porters’ Review: Billy the Kid Meets the Zodiac Killer Theater, Yesterday

    This cryptic play at the Brick Theater examining a certain kind of mythological American noir is wonderfully flabbergasting, and often genuinely creepy.

  110. Donald Trump Is Demeaning Congress Opinion, Yesterday

    The best course for the House is to present a case for impeachment focused on Ukraine and the danger to the 2020 elections.

  111. This Man May Be Big Tech’s Biggest Threat Technology, Yesterday

    Representative David Cicilline doesn’t just want to enforce the laws governing the tech industry. He wants to change them.

  112. In Lebanon, Ex-Premier Hariri Re-emerges as Top Pick for Post World, Yesterday

    The businessman Samir Khatib has withdrawn after failing to solidify backing.

  113. ‘Frozen 2’ Continues to Outdo Its Predecessor at the Box Office Movies, Yesterday

    With the biggest December releases yet to arrive, “Frozen 2” has kept its box-office lead for a third weekend.

  114. Bump Elliott, College Football Star and Coach, Dies at 94 Obituaries, Yesterday

    An All-American halfback at the University of Michigan, he later coached the team and then became athletic director at the University of Iowa.

  115. Hong Kong, Pensacola Shooting, Art Basel: Your Monday Briefing Briefing, Yesterday

    Here’s what you need to know.

  116. Marvin Goodfriend, Trump Nominee to the Federal Reserve, Dies at 69 Business, Yesterday

    The conservative monetary economist had a career that spanned academic and policy roles. His nomination lapsed after he failed to win Senate support.

  117. A Farewell to Feministing and the Heyday of Feminist Blogging Business, Yesterday

    Another site is about to close, joining other publications like The Hairpin and The Toast that are dead or dying, as their “rowdy” voices go mainstream.

  118. As Water Runs Low, Can Life in the Outback Go On? World, Yesterday

    In Australia’s vast interior, rivers and lakes are disappearing. “We’re starting to glimpse what the future is going to be like,” one scientist said.

  119. Podcasts About Beyoncé, Arias and Health Care: Worth a Listen Arts, Yesterday

    These returning shows, tailor-made for bingeing, deserve to be revisited (or newly discovered).

  120. With White House Absent, Impeachment Devolves Into Partisan Brawl U.S., Yesterday

    President Trump is refusing to engage and Democrats have concluded they will press ahead anyway, rendering a historic undertaking little more than a foregone conclusion.

  121. At Alvin Ailey, Tragic Themes Overwhelm a Dance Arts, Yesterday

    Donald Byrd’s “Greenwood,” about the 1921 massacre of black citizens of Tulsa, struggles to translate traumatic history into movement.

  122. West Point Strips Racist Motto From Its Football Team Flag U.S., Yesterday

    The military academy used a flag with a skull and crossbones and “G.F.B.D.”, which stands for “God Forgives, Brothers Don’t.” The slogan has been associated with white supremacists.

  123. Will Russia Be Thrown Out of the Olympics on Monday? A Primer Sports, Yesterday

    Failed drug tests, altered samples and full-throated denials. Here’s what you need to know as the World Anti-Doping Agency considers barring Russia from sports.

  124. Caroll Spinney, Big Bird’s Alter Ego on ‘Sesame Street,’ Is Dead at 85 Obituaries, Yesterday

    Besides the sweet-natured giant yellow bird, he also played the misanthropic bellyacher Oscar the Grouch.

  125. The College Football Playoff Is Set, and L.S.U. Is No. 1 Sports, Yesterday

    The 2019 season delivered remarkable consensus about which teams should reach the semifinal games. The last mysteries were about seedings and pairings.

  126. Would Prince Have Wanted His Rough Drafts Made Public? Arts, Yesterday

    A memoir and a deluxe edition of “1999” offer a new perspective on the meticulous artist.

  127. The Internet Swallowed INXS. Can a Movie Rescue Its Legacy? Arts, Yesterday

    A remastered concert film and a new documentary reposition the Australian band for the digital age.

  128. Ban on Surprise Medical Bills May Pass After All The Upshot, Yesterday

    Congress is close to a deal that would help patients by resolving billing disputes between doctors and insurance companies.

  129. How the Constitution Defines Impeachable, Word by Word Interactive, Yesterday

    What “treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors” really means.

  130. Juice WRLD, Rising Rap Artist, Dies at 21 Arts, Yesterday

    The artist, whose real name was Jarad A. Higgins, died on Sunday in Illinois, the authorities said.

  131. Juice WRLD Dies at 21; Chicago Rapper Whose Star Was on the Rise Arts, Yesterday

    He began posting songs online while in high school. On hits like “Lucid Dreams,” he combined melodic hip-hop instincts with heavy-hearted angst.

  132. Pensacola Shooting Updates: F.B.I. Presumes It Was Terrorism U.S., Yesterday

    Officials said on Sunday that federal investigators were working on the presumption that the attack in Pensacola on Friday was an act of terrorism. Sailors from Alabama, Florida and Georgia were killed, and eight others were injured.

  133. What Does This Country Demand of Black Women in Politics? U.S., Yesterday

    After Kamala Harris’s departure from the presidential race, the people who saw their own paths reflected in hers are thinking about what comes next.