24 Hours of NYT News


  1. John E. Merow, Former Head of Sullivan & Cromwell, Dies at 85 Obituaries, Today

    Mr. Merow, who oversaw the expansion of one of Wall Street’s major law firms, died along with his wife, Mary Alyce, in a fire in their Manhattan home.

  2. The Strange Persistent Troubling Russian Hang-Up of Donald Trump Opinion, Today

    Trump's agenda in Europe is Putin's agenda in Europe. Is that really a coincidence?

  3. Microsoft Cannot Fix Seattle’s Housing Crisis Opinion, Today

    Cities should treat rising rents like pollution and tax the companies that cause it.

  4. Balmain Homme: Fall 2019 Slideshow, Today

    Balmain Homme Fall Menswear Collection.

  5. The Empire State Building May Soon Have Another Rival on the Skyline New York, Today

    The developer Harry Macklowe is planning a 1,551-foot-tall tower overlooking St. Patrick’s Cathedral that would join a forest of buildings that have changed New York.

  6. The Sexts of Jeff Bezos and the Death of Privacy Opinion, Today

    We can’t look away. But we should.

  7. Jason Van Dyke Sentenced to Nearly 7 Years for Murdering Laquan McDonald U.S., Today

    Mr. Van Dyke was the first Chicago police officer in decades convicted of murder for an on-duty shooting. He shot Laquan 16 times in 2014.

  8. Nancy Pelosi, North Korea, Winter Storm: Your Friday Evening Briefing Briefing, Today

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

  9. Trump’s Baseless Claim About Prayer Rugs Found at the Border U.S., Today

    President Trump revived an old and still unproved rumor that hints that Islamic migrants were entering the United States through Mexico and could pose a terrorism threat.

  10. His Art, Their Ideas: Did Robert Indiana Lose Control of His Work? Arts, Today

    Private text messages entered as evidence in a legal dispute raise new questions about whether the artist fully designed his final works.

  11. Brace for the Polar Vortex: It May Be Visiting More Often Climate, Today

    A researcher says that as the climate changes, “winter is shortening, but you’re getting these more intensive periods in that shorter winter.”

  12. Lindsey Vonn — Knee Braces, Airbag and All — Makes Her World Cup Return Sports, Today

    The injury-racked Vonn began what is to be her final season with a 15th-place finish in the downhill in Italy. The braces were hard to get used to, “but it’s better than not racing.”

  13. WADA to Consider Recommendations on Russia’s Status Next Week Sports, Today

    The World Anti-Doping Agency’s executive committee has scheduled a conference call for Tuesday to consider whether Russia can continue to be considered in compliance with the agency’s standards.

  14. New York City Food Carts Get Their First Report Cards Food, Today

    On Friday, the health department began issuing letter grades (most of them As) to street vendors. Reactions ranged from enthusiasm to shrugs.

  15. 4,141 Latvians Were Just Outed as K.G.B. Informants World, Today

    Is the newly released Soviet-era archive a real record of collaboration or a time bomb planted by agents as the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991?

  16. We’re Looking for People Who Love Their Job Magazine, Today

    Have you been doing the same job for 40 or more years because you absolutely love it? We want to hear from you.

  17. News Anchor Apologizes for Using a Racial Slur for Martin Luther King Jr.’s Surname U.S., Today

    It was the second time this month that an American newscaster has uttered the epithet on the air.

  18. These Species Were Said to Be Extinct. Really, They Were Just Hard to Find. Science, Today

    A surprising number of plants and animals have been discovered alive and well after scientists had declared them long gone.

  19. D.N.C. Says It Was Targeted Again by Russian Hackers After ’18 Election Technology, Today

    In new filings submitted late Thursday, the Democratic National Committee, whose computers were breached in 2016, said it was on the receiving end of a so-called spearphishing campaign in November.

  20. Brooke Henderson, Seeking Canadian Milestone, Leads Tournament of Champions Sports, Today

    Henderson, trying to tie Sandra Post for most L.P.G.A. Tour wins by a player from Canada, is two shots ahead after two rounds of the season-opening event.

  21. The Elderly and Driving: When Is It Time to Hit the Brakes? Health, Today

    Prince Philip, 97, was involved in a car accident outside London. For families everywhere, the incident raises all-too-familiar questions.

  22. Women, How Do You Define Success? Reader Center, Today

    The idea of “having it all” still often comes up.

  23. British Officials Worried About Angering Trump Over ISIS Captives U.S., Today

    A British court ruling opened a rare window onto tense diplomatic negotiations over the fate of two Britons accused of imprisoning and beheading Western hostages as part of a notorious ISIS cell.

  24. Florida Governor Removes Palm Beach County Elections Chief After Messy Recount U.S., Today

    Ron DeSantis, the new Republican governor, suspended Susan Bucher on Friday, saying she had demonstrated incompetence and neglect.

  25. Walter Chandoha, Photographer Whose Specialty Was Cats, Dies at 98 Obituaries, Today

    A stray kitten appropriately named Loco started Mr. Chandoha on an unexpected career. By the time he died, he had taken some 90,000 cat pictures.

  26. News Anchor Apologizes After Using Racial Slur in Broadcast Video, Today

    Kevin Steincross, a news anchor in St. Louis, said he misstated the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s surname in a broadcast. “This was not intentional in any way,” he said.

  27. After a Crash, Prince Philip, 97, Stokes Debate on Older Drivers World, Today

    Nobody was hurt. But with a ballooning number of older drivers in Britain, the thought of the headstrong royal behind the wheel was cause for alarm.

  28. After a Crash, Prince Philip, 97, Stokes Debate on Older Drivers World, Today

    Nobody was badly hurt. But with a ballooning number of older drivers in Britain, the thought of the headstrong royal behind the wheel was cause for alarm.

  29. For California Drivers, Gender Is No Longer a Criteria for Car Insurance Rates Your Money, Today

    The state’s change could alter rates for scores of people.

  30. How a Growing Rift With Canada Is Unfolding in China World, Today

    China correspondent Chris Buckley discusses the country’s opinion of Canada and the case of a Canadian now facing the death penalty.

  31. When Affluent Families Dig Up Their Past Your Money, Today

    Families with great wealth or businesses are using their histories to help their heirs guide their enterprises — or at least appreciate how hard earlier generations worked to acquire their money.

  32. What Happened in Iraq: ‘Seven Months of Blood and Fire and Broken Glass’ Magazine, Today

    In this week’s At War newsletter: Many veterans know something that the politicians who speak for military action often do not: for those who do the fighting, war is often reduced to who is near and whatever happens.

  33. An Adjunct Instructor’s Final Syllabus Opinion, Today

    You can talk to me for five minutes while I’m walking to my car.

  34. Democrats Are United on Teacher Strikes. But They’re in a ‘Gladiator Fight’ Over Education. U.S., Today

    Unified support for picketing educators in Los Angeles belies deep rifts in the Democratic Party on one of the strike’s causes: the rise of charter schools.

  35. Trump Administration Spells Out Who Wins and Loses From New Tax Break Business, Today

    The Internal Revenue Service issued regulations governing a 20 percent deduction for so-called pass-through companies.

  36. A Partisan Spat Amid the Shutdown Opinion, Today

    Readers discuss the tit-for-tat between the president and Nancy Pelosi, and how to end the impasse that is causing hardships for federal workers.

  37. Listening to Pop Music’s Class of 2019 Arts, Today

    From British punk-rap to 1970s-influenced country to morbid electronic pop, a guide to new artists to watch.

  38. Germans Send Love Letter on Brexit: Britain, Please Don’t Go World, Today

    In a letter of admiration, prominent Germans called on Britons to halt their withdrawal from the European Union.

  39. Hospitals Stopped Readmitting Medicare Patients So Often. Was That a Good Thing? Health, Today

    A new government program was supposed to prevent certain Medicare recipients from cycling in and out of hospitals. Now some experts worry it may be costing lives.

  40. The Defenders of OxyContin Opinion, Today

    A journalist recalls a combative meeting with a Purdue Pharma representative in 2001.

  41. Police Spying in New York? Opinion, Today

    A former New York Civil Liberties Union executive director says the allegations require mayoral intervention.

  42. Gladys Knight, Ahead of Super Bowl Anthem Date, Criticizes Colin Kaepernick Arts, Today

    The renowned soul singer said in a statement to Variety that it was “unfortunate that our national anthem has been dragged into this debate.”

  43. Gladys Knight, Ahead of Super Bowl Anthem Date, Criticizes Colin Kaepernick Arts, Today

    The renowned soul singer said in a statement to Variety that it was “unfortunate that our national anthem has been dragged into this debate.”

  44. Comme des Garçons Homme Plus: Fall 2019 Slideshow, Today

    Comme des Garçons Homme Plus Fall Menswear Collection.

  45. Trump, Kim Jong-un to Hold Second Meeting Next Month U.S., Today

    Negotiations over eliminating North Korea’s nuclear arsenal have made little progress since the two leaders’ last meeting in Singapore last June.

  46. Trump and Kim Jong-un to Hold Second Summit Meeting Next Month U.S., Today

    Negotiations over eliminating North Korea’s nuclear arsenal have made little progress since the two leaders’ June meeting in Singapore.

  47. Outsider Art of the Moment: 66 Exhibitors, 7 Countries, 1 Fair Arts, Today

    The show at the Metropolitan Pavilion is a big, expansive display of mostly smallish things but with a good share of stop-and-stare surprises.

  48. The American Legion, Still Relevant Opinion, Today

    The group’s national commander offers perspective on a news article.

  49. L.A. Teachers’ Strike and Prop 13 Opinion, Today

    A California taxpayers group says the 1978 voter initiative is not to blame for school funding.

  50. Bangladesh’s Peaceful Election Opinion, Today

    The country’s ambassador to the United States takes issue with an editorial.

  51. The Classic Bow Shoe Is Back T Magazine, Today

    Practical and unabashedly pretty, low-heeled beribboned shoes feel fresh again this season.

  52. It Was a Sanctuary for Immigrants in the Bronx. Then One of Its Owners Was Arrested. New York, Today

    La Morada is both a restaurant and a refuge. But an incident with the police has its undocumented owners feeling fearful.

  53. Your Sweat Will See You Now Health, Today

    A new device — wearable, wireless and battery free — improves the ability to monitor and diagnose health problems by analyzing the sweat on your skin.

  54. Mnuchin Flew to L.A. on Private Jet of Billionaire Michael Milken U.S., Today

    The Treasury Secretary, who has come under fire for previous air travel decisions, has reimbursed Mr. Milken for the flight, a spokesman said. Mr. Milken served time in prison for securities fraud.

  55. Dior Homme: Fall 2019 Slideshow, Today

    Dior Homme Fall Menswear Collection.

  56. Thousands March in Washington at Annual Anti-Abortion Rally U.S., Today

    Vice President Mike Pence and Karen, his wife, made a surprise visit to the rally on Friday. President Trump addressed the crowd in a prerecorded message.

  57. The Playlist: Maren Morris Is a Little Bit Country, and 11 More New Songs Arts, Today

    Hear tracks by the Cranberries, Tamaryn, Dawn, the Killers and others.

  58. R. Kelly Dropped by RCA Records After Documentary Furor Arts, Today

    Kelly, once one of the biggest and most influential stars in pop music, has been dogged by accusations of sexual misconduct since the mid 1990s.

  59. You Matched With Someone Really Great Online. This Is Her Ghostwriter. Style, Today

    Meredith Golden charges a small clientele $2,000 a month to help them win at dating apps.

  60. ‘Pelléas’ Returns: The Week in Classical Music Arts, Today

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin's latest conducting appearance at the Metropolitan Opera and a newly reissued boxed set of music by black composers were among the highlights.

  61. Does Your City Have a Great Public Transit System? Tell Us About It Reader Center, Today

    New York’s subway is overcrowded, often delayed and in desperate need of repairs. How does your city’s system compare?

  62. Glen Wood, Patriarch of a Famed Nascar Team, Is Dead at 93 Obituaries, Today

    In 1950, with his brother Leonard, he founded Wood Brothers Racing, one of the most innovative and successful teams in Nascar history.

  63. Democrats Call for Inquiry Into Report That Trump Directed Cohen to Lie U.S., Today

    The president directed his lawyer to lie to Congress about his involvement in talks to build a skyscraper in Moscow, Buzzfeed reported. It could not be independently confirmed.

  64. Democrats Call for Inquiry Into Report That Trump Directed Cohen to Lie U.S., Today

    The president directed his lawyer to lie to Congress about his involvement in talks to build a skyscraper in Moscow, Buzzfeed reported. It could not be independently confirmed.

  65. BuzzFeed’s Cohen Story Suggests Trump Never Wanted to Be President Opinion, Today

    His campaign was a marketing venture. Why else refuse to put business on hold?

  66. Colombia Car Bombing Suspect Belonged to Rebel Group, Government Says World, Today

    The man who attacked a police academy with a car bomb belonged to the National Liberation Army, or ELN, the largest guerrilla group remaining in the country, the defense ministry said.

  67. Think Snowstorms Are Rough Now? Check Out These Vintage New York Blizzards New York, Today

    Severe winter weather was bad for the people and worse for the horses.

  68. Jesse Marsch’s Study Abroad Program Sports, Today

    Why did Jesse Marsch leave a safe job in Major League Soccer to see if he could make it on a Bundesliga bench?

  69. A New Novel Conjures Liv Ullmann and Ingmar Bergman Books, Today

    A. O. Scott talks about Linn Ullmann’s new novel, and Judith Newman discusses new books about anxiety, mental illness and grief.

  70. Mary Oliver’s Poems Taught Me How to Live Well, Today

    It is no exaggeration to say that Mary Oliver gave me the blueprint, the road map, for the rest of my life.

  71. Martha Stewart, Ryan Seacrest and Kathy Bates on the Philanthropy Circuit Slideshow, Today

    Ceremonies were held by the Fashion Scholarship Fund, WebMD and the Ellis Island Honors Society.

  72. Give the Wombats Some Space, Australia Tells Selfie-Loving Tourists World, Today

    Visitors to a Tasmanian island snuggle, chase and even pick up the fuzzy creatures for photos. Officials are asking them to pledge to respect the wildlife.

  73. The Challenge Behind the 30-Day Well Challenge Reader Center, Today

    How the Well team created a popular new health program to inspire readers.

  74. Winter, but Whither Antiques? Arts, Today

    It’s official. The 65th anniversary fair of arts, design and antiques at the Park Avenue Armory has a new name — and there’s a lot more to see than brown furniture.

  75. Polls Show Government Shutdown Is Eroding Faith in Economy Business, Today

    Consumer-sentiment readings are declining, and more Americans rate President Trump’s economic policies poorly, as the impasse in Washington drags on.

  76. Major Winter Storm Threatens Millions in Midwest and Northeast U.S., Today

    The storm was forecast to deliver a punishing mix of heavy snow, strong winds and frigid temperatures over the weekend.

  77. Major Winter Storm Threatens Millions in Midwest and Northeast U.S., Today

    The storm was forecast to deliver a punishing mix of heavy snow, strong winds and frigid temperatures over the weekend.

  78. A Wintry Braise Inspired by a Warmer Place: Vietnam Food, Today

    An appealing dish of beef and vegetables, Vietnamese bo kho is a stew lover’s dream.

  79. ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Is Back, and Stephanie Beatriz Is Making the Most of It Arts, Today

    The sitcom’s new life has offered new opportunities for growth for both the actress and her enigmatic character, the no-nonsense detective Rosa Diaz.

  80. A Rising French Singer Makes a Delicately Brilliant Debut Arts, Today

    The soprano Sabine Devieilhe offered an evening of first-rate chamber music for her first performance at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall.

  81. Steal These Recipes Food, Today

    Lemony chicken, linguine with chickpeas and other dishes you’ll want to take credit for.

  82. ‘Ariadne,’ the Most Operatic Opera, Bows in Cleveland Arts, Today

    The elegant Cleveland Orchestra staged the Strauss work that reflects most sweetly and profoundly on its strange, irreplaceable art form.

  83. ‘Ghostbusters,’ ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’: This Week’s Best Trailers Movies, Today

    The movies won’t be coming for a while but clips for those fan favorites along with “John Wick 3,” “High Flying Bird” and “Little Woods” were strong too.

  84. Ready for ‘Glass’? Here’s What to Remember From ‘Unbreakable’ and ‘Split’ Movies, Today

    M. Night Shyamalan’s “Glass” completes an original superhero trilogy that began in 2000 with “Unbreakable.” Need a refresher? We’ve broken down the basics.

  85. Dr. John Mendelsohn, 82, Researcher Who Led Top Cancer Center, Dies Obituaries, Today

    After pioneering a targeted cancer therapy, he oversaw MD Anderson in Houston as it gained a reputation as the nation’s top cancer hospital.

  86. A Novelist Who’s Made a Career Writing About ‘The Only Woman in the Room’ Books, Today

    Marie Benedict writes books inspired by women whose achievements have been overlooked by history, including Einstein’s first wife and the film star and inventor Hedy Lamarr.

  87. R. Kelly’s Manager Surrenders on Threat Charge Arts, Today

    Henry James Mason was wanted on charges he threatened a father who accuses the R&B singer of holding his daughter captive.

  88. Marie Kondo and the Life-Changing Magic of Japanese Soft Power Opinion, Today

    The tidying guru is heir to a long tradition: Japan marketing itself as spiritual foil to a soulless West.

  89. Jil Sander: Fall 2019 Slideshow, Today

    Jil Sander Fall Menswear Collection.

  90. Taking Comfort in Couscous Food, Today

    The tiny orbs of pasta, blanketed in feta and mixed with roasted tomatoes and chickpeas, are a brighter take on creamy comfort food.

  91. If You Shut Down the Government, You Slow Down the Economy Opinion, Today

    The president keeps finding ways to spoil a good thing.

  92. Study Links Drug Maker Gifts for Doctors to More Overdose Deaths Health, Today

    Counties where doctors got more meals, trips and consulting fees from opioid makers had higher overdose deaths involving prescription opioids.

  93. Her Visit to a Men-Only Temple Went Smoothly. Then the Riots Started. World, Today

    Bindu Ammini found a placid scene in the Sabarimala Temple, which for centuries had barred women of menstruating age. In the ensuing protests, 3,000 were arrested.

  94. The Insulin Wars Opinion, Today

    How insurance companies farm out their dirty work to doctors and patients.

  95. Carmen Ejogo of ‘True Detective’ Dangles in a Circus Style, Today

    The actress takes a break at the Muse, a circus training center in Brooklyn.

  96. Hot Books for Cold Days Books, Today

    Chilled to the bone? Warm up by dipping into one of these books — set in blazing hot summers, during heat waves, even in the desert.

  97. James DeSantis of ‘Backyard Envy’ Tackles Botany and Body Issues Style, Today

    The Brooklyn landscaper has helped create green spaces for Diane von Furstenberg, Calvin Klein and Sies Marjan.

  98. What to Cook This Weekend Food, Today

    Make galbijjim, the classic Korean short-rib stew, but do make some stew.

  99. At 17, Amanda Anisimova Bucks the Odds and Knocks Off a Seed Sports, Today

    Anisimova beat 11th-seeded Aryna Sabalenka, 6-3, 6-2, at the Australian Open to reach the second week of a Grand Slam event for the first time.

  100. Pelosi Delays Trip Amid Heightened Threats as White House Leaks Travel Plans U.S., Today

    The House speaker and other lawmakers had planned to fly commercially to Afghanistan after the president revoked the use of a military plane, but the trip was delayed over security concerns.

  101. Pelosi Delays Trip as Trump Administration Leaks Travel Plans U.S., Today

    The House speaker and other lawmakers had planned to fly commercially to Afghanistan after the president revoked the use of a military plane, but the trip was delayed over security concerns.

  102. Taylor Fritz Loses, but Learns, Against Roger Federer Sports, Today

    Fritz, 21, one of the most promising players in tennis, had come to this Australian Open match on the heels of a win over Gael Monfils.

  103. Pat Steir Gets Discovered, Again Arts, Today

    Acclaimed (then overlooked) during five decades, the painter hits a new tempo in life and art with a show at the Barnes, a documentary and a seven-figure sale.

  104. Anne Hathaway Dares You Not to Look Away Movies, Today

    She talks about playing a femme fatale in “Serenity,” doing “The Hustle” with Rebel Wilson, stealing the show in “Ocean’s 8” and Hollywood’s echo chamber of men.

  105. Oscars Rewind: A Charming Win Filled With Drama and Rancor Movies, Today

    Tatum O’Neal, clad in a mini-tuxedo, won over viewers when she was named best supporting actress in 1974, but family woes and a tainted competitor clouded the victory.

  106. Literary Figures Who Can’t Commit Books, Today

    Ali Fitzgerald illustrates the fictional characters who were notoriously impossible to pin down.

  107. Women’s March 2019: Here’s What to Know if You Can’t Keep Up U.S., Today

    Marchers will take to the streets on Saturday, despite recent tensions and competing marches in New York.

  108. Student’s Killing in Australia Prompts Renewed Focus on Violence Against Women World, Today

    Aiia Maasarwe, 21, was killed on a Melbourne street while she was on the phone with her sister, the police said. A 20-year-old man has been arrested.

  109. 500,000 Students Are Affected by the L.A. Teachers Strike. Most Are Latino. Style, Today

    This week in El Espace: “Hamilton” in Puerto Rico, changes in mental health guidelines for boys and more.

  110. People Are Suffering Opinion, Today

    It’s day 28 of the government shutdown. In Wisconsin, one federal worker has rationed her insulin.

  111. Statue of a Friendly, Selfie-Taking Devil Divides a Town World, Today

    A Catholic association said that installing the statue in Segovia, Spain, would be “glorifying evil.” The artist says his work has nothing to do with religion.

  112. Far From Serbia, Novak Djokovic Delivers Some National Pride Sports, Today

    For Serbs living in Australia, Djokovic is a sporting hero who provides a connection to their culture and tradition.

  113. The Week in Tech: How Google and Facebook Spawned Surveillance Capitalism Technology, Today

    A new book argues that Google and Facebook created a new business model that profits off private human behavior.

  114. How a Restaurant Critic Decides Where to Eat U.S., Today

    Friday: Tejal Rao talks about how she approaches her job; PG&E bankruptcy complications; and why Novato doesn’t have Goff Fever.

  115. Maria Sharapova Beats Caroline Wozniacki in a Third-Round Grudge Match Sports, Today

    The two approached every point in the 2-hour, 24-minute slugfest as if they were playing in the Australian Open final, not for a berth in the round of 16.

  116. This Week in Arts: Ionesco Gets a Mash-Up, ‘High Maintenance’ Returns Arts, Today

    The Paris-based company Théâtre de la Ville brings a blend of five Ionesco plays to the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

  117. AT&T to Advertise on YouTube Again After a Nearly 2-Year Holdout Business, Today

    AT&T, one of the biggest advertisers in the U.S., had balked because offensive content too often accompanied its ads. Now it says YouTube has addressed the issue.

  118. Ann Demeulemeester: Fall 2019 Slideshow, Today

    Ann Demeulemeester Fall Menswear Collection.

  119. Junya Watanabe Men: Fall 2019 Slideshow, Today

    Junya Watanabe Men Fall Menswear Collection.

  120. If You Don’t Think Your Office Is a War Zone You Are Fooling Yourself Business, Today

    Men can’t tell the difference between fear and respect. They act accordingly.

  121. DealBook Briefing: Report on Trade Talks Lifts Global Markets Business, Today

    Investors cheered a report from the WSJ that said the Treasury secretary, Steven Mnuchin, had suggested ending some or all tariffs against China.

  122. Afghan Presidential Race Takes Shape as Ghani’s Challengers Emerge World, Today

    Several former officials will try to unseat President Ashraf Ghani in July, amid fears that another fraud-marred election could further destabilize the country.

  123. Tesla Will Cut 7% of Work Force to Lower Model 3 Cost Business, Today

    The reduction was necessary for the electric-car maker to remain viable, Elon Musk wrote in an email to employees.

  124. Tesla to Cut 3,000 Jobs in Bid to Sell Model 3 to Mass Market Business, Today

    The reductions, which amount to 7 percent of Tesla’s work force, were necessary for the company to remain viable, Elon Musk wrote in an email to employees.

  125. Mitsubishi Accuses Carlos Ghosn of Taking a Secret $9 Million Payment Business, Today

    The carmaker said its former chairman, who is awaiting trial on financial misconduct charges, was paid 7.8 million euros from a joint venture with Nissan.

  126. Afghan War Casualty Report: Jan. 11-17 Magazine, Today

    At least 62 pro-government forces and three civilians were killed in Afghanistan during the past week.

  127. N.Y. Today: Real Winter Is Here, Snow and All New York, Today

    Back-to-back snowstorms and wind chills below zero are in store for the next few days.

  128. The World Still Needs NATO Opinion, Today

    The alliance is not just about bases and troops. It is about defending the world order.

  129. Why Infants May Be More Likely to Die in America Than Cuba Opinion, Today

    Many Americans would welcome some traits of the island’s free, universal health care system.

  130. A Rift Over Power and Privilege in the Women’s March Podcasts, Today

    How tensions in the leadership of the protest movement burst into the open.

  131. Crazy Rich Progressives Opinion, Today

    Elizabeth Warren’s brushback pitch was aimed at candidates rich enough to self-fund their campaigns. But this kind of binary thinking is a slight to history.

  132. The Heartbreak of the 2019 Women’s March Opinion, Today

    It's fracturing over anti-Semitism, but maybe implosion was inevitable.

  133. What Time Is the A.F.C. Championship Game? Opinion, Today

    A football fan reflects on a year without Tom Brady.

  134. She Crumbled the Fortress Around His Heart Fashion, Today

    Everything changed for Simon Astaire when he met Pilar Ordovas on a flight to London. “I’ve known him for 40 years,” said the groom’s friend, Sting. “I never thought I’d be the best man, because I never thought he would marry.”

  135. Shutdown, Laquan McDonald, Mary Oliver: Your Friday Briefing Briefing, Today

    Here’s what you need to know.

  136. Sweden Forms a Government After 133 Days, but It’s a Shaky One World, Today

    The party of Prime Minister Stefan Lofven stayed in power with a pact that makes concessions to conservatives but excludes an anti-immigrant party.

  137. Restoring Original Prewar Charm Slideshow, Today

    The years can be hard on a prewar home. If you want to bring it back to its original glory, you’ll need a team of expert craftsmen.

  138. So You Want to Restore a Prewar Home? Real Estate, Today

    To bring an older apartment or house back to its original glory, you’ll need a team of expert craftsmen.

  139. What’s So ‘Indecent’ About Female Pleasure? Style, Today

    A consumer technology innovation award was revoked from a company that makes a hands-free sex toy. The reason, some believe, is that the product is made for women.

  140. Reflections on Antarctica Sports, Today

    Colin O’Brady and Louis Rudd spent almost two months racing across Antarctica, a journey that killed an explorer who attempted it in 2016. Back in warmer climes, they spoke about the race of a lifetime.

  141. How Norbert Gleicher, Fertility Expert, Spends His Sundays New York, Today

    Dr. Gleicher begins and ends his day with an espresso. He also spends time at his clinic, because with I.V.F., “timing is of crucial importance.”

  142. Big Hair and Bad Luck: The Hard Times of the Troll Museum New York, Today

    When Reverend Jen was evicted from the Lower East Side, she took her troll gallery with her. Now at an outsider art show at a boutique hotel in NoMad, the trolls are out of storage, at least for a little bit.

  143. How Tech Companies Manipulate Our Personal Data Books, Today

    Shoshana Zuboff’s “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism” looks at the new power of behemoths like Facebook and Google.

  144. The Civil Rights Movement Photographer Who Was Also an F.B.I. Informant Books, Today

    “Bluff City,” by Preston Lauterbach, delves into the double life of Ernest Withers, one of the era’s great documentarians.

  145. For 250,000 Daily Riders on the L Train, Transportation Purgatory New York, Today

    It’s not clear when construction will begin or how long it will last, and critics have raised safety concerns over Gov. Cuomo’s new plan to fix the subway line.

  146. Microsoft’s Leap Into Housing Illuminates Government’s Retreat The Upshot, Today

    The pledge of $500 million to help build affordable housing in Seattle reflects a nationwide void in addressing the problem.

  147. New in Paperback: ‘The Power,’ ‘Fire and Fury’ Books, Today

    Six new paperbacks to check out this week.

  148. To Save East River Park, the City Intends to Bury It New York, Today

    A plan to protect the Lower East Side from flooding was just rejected by the city, replaced with a drastic revision that costs twice as much but does not disrupt traffic.

  149. Three Authors Consider Contemporary Politics, Anxiously Books, Today

    New books examine disturbing trends in modern American society.

  150. How The Times’s Cleaning Expert Solves Your Messiest, Stickiest Conundrums Reader Center, Today

    My extremely fun job (really!) combines three of my greatest loves: cleaning, voyeurism and problem-solving.

  151. Doug Jones Risks His Alabama Senate Seat Over the Shutdown and the Wall U.S., Today

    For Mr. Jones, the fight over the shutdown, in a state where President Trump is popular and many federal workers live, is a reminder that his party’s views are out of step back home.

  152. For a Deal, How About a Park Avenue Fixer-Upper? Real Estate, Today

    Some prewar co-ops are selling at discounts of as much as 25 percent.

  153. Beware Strange Psychologists: The Latest in Crime Novels Books, Today

    Marilyn Stasio’s column travels from Manhattan to Australia to England to a forest that has hidden a dead body for 30 years.

  154. Why Jeff Bezos’ Divorce Should Worry Amazon Investors Business, Today

    The Amazon chief’s split from his wife raises questions about the disposal of their enormous stake in the company he founded. Investors deserve answers.

  155. Hotel Review: Eaton DC, Washington Travel, Today

    On K Street, better known as home to the capital’s lobbyists, you can now wake up ‘woke” and in style.

  156. ‘It’s Making Us Less Prepared’: Shutdown Slows Planning for Hurricanes and Other Disasters U.S., Today

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  157. A Novel That’s Part Noir Mystery, Part Love Letter to Bedford-Stuyvesant Books, Today

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  158. What Is Your Take on Gillette’s Ad Critiquing Toxic Masculinity? The Learning Network, Today

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  159. The Rise of Halal Tourism Travel, Today

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  165. A Subway to Staten Island? How a Transit Dream Died New York, Today

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  167. New Sentences: From a Poem by Ben Purkert Magazine, Today

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  168. Letters to the Editor Books, Today

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  169. Trevor Noah Wonders if Cardi B Could End the Government Shutdown Arts, Today

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  170. Reconciling Heritage and Hope Between Chicago and Mexico Lens, Today

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  171. To Get This Artist’s Message, You Have to Look Really Closely Arts, Today

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  176. Australian Open: Amanda Anisimova Stuns Aryna Sabalenka Sports, Today

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  177. On Politics: Number of Children Separated From Parents May Be Much Higher U.S., Today

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  178. What’s on TV Friday: ‘Fyre’ and ‘Grace and Frankie’ Arts, Today

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  179. My Relationship Guru Is a 14-Year-Old Girl Style, Today

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  180. On Paris Stages, Gay Artists Look Back Theater, Yesterday

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  181. Missile Defense, Brexit, Nancy Pelosi: Your Friday Briefing Briefing, Yesterday

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  182. Las principales noticias del viernes Universal, Yesterday

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  183. Special Prosecutor Is Sought in Case of Detectives Accused of Raping 18-Year-Old New York, Yesterday

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  184. Henrik Lundqvist Moves Up Wins List as Rangers Top Blackhawks Sports, Yesterday

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  185. Corrections: January 18, 2019 Corrections, Yesterday

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  186. Quotation of the Day: As Shutdown Drags On, Some Step Up to Help Unpaid Federal Workers Today’s Paper, Yesterday

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  187. ‘Hip, Hip, Hooray!’ Crosswords & Games, Yesterday

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  188. ‘Intelligence’ Review: A Diplomatic Mission That’s All Improv, No Comedy Theater, Yesterday

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  189. Reckoning With Medical Betrayals ‘Behind the Sheet’ Theater, Yesterday

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  190. Washington as Unruly Sandbox: Squabbles, Antics and Tantrums U.S., Yesterday

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  191. Why The Times Published a Disturbing Photo of Dead Bodies After an Attack in Nairobi Reader Center, Yesterday

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  192. The Lost Children of the Trump Administration Opinion, Yesterday

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  193. Four Americans Were Killed in a Syrian City That Seemed Safe — Until It Wasn’t Video, Yesterday

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  194. Four Americans Were Killed in a Syrian City That Seemed Safe — Until It Wasn’t Video, Yesterday

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  195. Jesse Angelo Is Out as Publisher of The New York Post Business, Yesterday

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  196. At Los Angeles Teachers’ Strike, a Rallying Cry: More Funding, Fewer Charters U.S., Yesterday

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  197. Law Firm to Pay $4.6 Million in Case Tied to Manafort and Ukraine U.S., Yesterday

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  198. Qatar Cuts Through Tension and Defenders to Beat Saudi Arabia Sports, Yesterday

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  199. The Things John Bogle Taught Us: Humility, Ethics and Simplicity Your Money, Yesterday

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  200. Escort Who Claimed Evidence of Russian Meddling Is Detained in Moscow World, Yesterday

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  201. Belarusian Escort Who Claimed Evidence of Russian Meddling Is Detained in Moscow World, Yesterday

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  202. How El Chapo Escaped in a Sewer, Naked With His Mistress New York, Yesterday

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  203. Phil Mickelson Has Magical Round, if Not Magic Number, at Desert Classic Sports, Yesterday

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  204. Students Learn From People They Love Opinion, Yesterday

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  205. Nairobi Attack Yields 11 Arrests World, Yesterday

    The assault which was claimed by the Shabab, an affiliate of Al Qaeda, killed at least 21 people, including a police officer.

  206. Trump and Pelosi: A Game of Spite and Malice Opinion, Yesterday

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  207. Tulsi Gabbard, Democratic Presidential Candidate, Apologizes for Anti-Gay Past U.S., Yesterday

    Ms. Gabbard once highlighted her work with her father, an anti-gay activist and politician in Hawaii, but on Thursday she said her views had changed.

  208. Jimmy Morales, a President Against Democracy in Guatemala Opinion, Yesterday

    The expulsion of the anti-corruption commission from the Central American nation will clear the way for corruption and impunity.