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  1. How to Update Your Work-From-Home Routine Interactive, Today

    Here are a few ways to make working from home — during a pandemic, to boot — slightly better.

  2. Travel and hospitality companies are beefing up security for the inauguration. Business, Today

  3. Eight living former Treasury secretaries call for Janet Yellen’s swift confirmation. Business, Today

  4. Supreme Court Case Could Limit Future Lawsuits Against Fossil Fuel Industry Climate, Today

    The court will hear arguments on a technical legal question in a case that demands fossil fuel companies help pay for the costs of dealing with climate change.

  5. Biden’s pick for Health and Human Services role would be first transgender federal official confirmed by the Senate. Washington, Today

  6. Theaters aid Britain’s pandemic-struck courts, and not everyone is applauding. World, Today

  7. Struggling Local Governments May Get Help From the Private Sector Business, Today

    As their fiscal woes become worse, some government officials are looking more closely at public-private partnerships as a way to jump-start their economies.

  8. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, Today

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  9. Here’s the business news to watch in the week ahead. Business, Today

  10. Pentagon steps up efforts to root out white supremacy and far-right extremism in the ranks. U.S., Today

  11. What to Know About the Delays in Unemployment Payments National, Today

    Tuesday: An update on the state’s plagued unemployment system. Also: California’s changing of the guard.

  12. Trump’s final full day in office may come with a wave of pardons. U.S., Today

  13. With Biden’s cabinet delayed, the Senate faces a marathon day of confirmation hearings. U.S., Today

  14. Weekly News Quiz for Students: Impeachment, Climate Change, Russia Interactive, Today

    Have you been paying attention to the news recently? See how many of these 10 questions you can get right.

  15. Please Don’t Follow This Money Business, Today

    A new Supreme Court case will take on “dark money” in politics.

  16. When Joe Biden Takes the White House, He’ll Also Take @WhiteHouse Express, Today

    The transition of official White House social media handles is more complicated now than four years ago.

  17. When Joe Biden Takes the White House, He’ll Also Take @WhiteHouse Express, Today

    The transition of official White House social media handles is more complicated now than four years ago.

  18. When Evictions Loom, Pets Are Also at Risk Real Estate, Today

    Adoptions set a record in the U.S. early in the pandemic, but now millions of animals could be in danger of being abandoned or returned to shelters.

  19. Kamala Harris marquera l’histoire, sa famille aussi U.S., Today

    Des beaux-enfants, des nièces, un mari aimant, l’ex-femme de ce dernier: la famille de la vice-présidente, recomposée, multiraciale et multiconfessionnelle, reflète un peu de l'Amérique contemporaine et innove à la Maison Blanche.

  20. A Child of China’s Gilded Elite Strikes a Nerve Over Wealth and Privilege Foreign, Today

    The youngest daughter of the founder of the telecommunications giant Huawei debuted a documentary, a magazine cover and a music video — and the response was savage.

  21. Wall Street banks, forecasting an improved economy, pare their rainy-day funds. Business, Today

  22. Bank of America is the latest big bank to pare its rainy-day fund. Business, Today

  23. Wall Street is expected to rise before Janet Yellen’s confirmation hearing. Business, Today

  24. Why T-Shirts Promoting the Capitol Riot Are Still Available Online Business, Today

    Merchandise with phrases like “Battle for Capitol Hill Veteran” could still be purchased on major e-commerce sites, a sign of how the platforms have struggled to remove the goods.

  25. A Bitter Archaeological Feud Over an Ancient Vision of the Cosmos Science, Today

    The Nebra sky disk, which has been called the oldest known depiction of astronomical phenomena, is a “very emotional object.”

  26. Grief, Shock, Hope: Anguished Goodbyes After Indonesian Plane Crash Foreign, Today

    The authorities continue to piece together what happened aboard Sriwijaya Air Flight 182. For many victims' families, the uncertainty has added to immeasurable grief.

  27. Some German states are planning guarded quarantine for repeat rule breakers, and other news from around the world. World, Today

  28. What to Expect Over a Frantic Few Days Politics, Today

    Trump’s final pardons, Biden’s first executive orders: This is your morning tip sheet.

  29. Esta cuenta ha sido suspendida en Español, Today

    Twitter bloquea a Trump, la regulación del odio en redes sociales, el auge de Only Fans y más para empezar el día.

  30. Business Makes the Case for a Post-Trump Reset Business, Today

    A group of company leaders and former policymakers argue that “globalism” isn’t an epithet. Instead, they argue, it is the way forward.

  31. Inside the Capitol Attack N Y T Now, Today

    And what else you need to know today.

  32. ‘What Kind of Message Is That?’: How Republicans See the Attack on the Capitol Podcasts, Today

    We spoke to fans of President Trump about the Capitol riot and their feelings before Joe Biden’s inauguration.

  33. Costco is selling a baseball signed by Babe Ruth. Just don’t expect it in bulk. Business, Today

  34. The new, singular focus in Washington: restoring the pre-pandemic job market. Business, Today

  35. What to watch at Janet Yellen’s confirmation hearing for Treasury secretary. Business, Today

  36. Behind the Google-Facebook deal that is the focus of an antitrust suit. Business, Today

  37. How Nothingness Became Everything We Wanted Magazine, Today

    Even before the pandemic, American culture was embracing numbness as an antidote for the overload of digital capitalism. But is it a real escape — or another trap?

  38. How to Fix a Brake Light Magazine, Today

    Immediately replace bulbs that are out. Get some screwdrivers. Needle-nose pliers come in handy, too.

  39. Made by Hand in America: A New Book Tells the Story of Unsung Artisans Book Review, Today

    “Craft: An American History,” by Glenn Adamson, considers the often disparaged tradition of artisanal work from colonial days to today’s maker movement.

  40. Is It OK That My Sister Secretly Records Our Dad for Laughs? Magazine, Today

    The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on whether to tell your father your sister is recording him without his knowledge — and more.

  41. My Totally Normal Addiction to Buying Teen Magazines on eBay Magazine, Today

    Sassy magazine helped me get through my teens. Now I turn to my collection for a different kind of comfort.

  42. New Yorkers in the Biden Administration Metro, Today

    Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, Janet L. Yellen, Deanne Criswell and others with connections to the city are poised to have influence on policies.

  43. Medical tourism is drawing patients, even in a pandemic. World, Today

  44. One day in the pandemic: Portraits of lives cut short. World, Today

  45. As the U.S. death toll nears 400,000 and his inauguration approaches, Biden takes charge. World, Today

  46. Pandemic teacher shortages imperil in-person schooling. World, Today

  47. Introducing ‘The Ezra Klein Show’ Op Ed, Today

    Real conversations about ideas that matter. And so many book recommendations.

  48. Isiah Whitlock Jr., on Leaving Chelsea for Gramercy Park Real Estate, Today

    The actor, known for starring roles on shows like “Your Honor” and “The Wire,” has a new apartment — with a key to the park.

  49. Isiah Whitlock Jr.: ‘You’ve Got to Live in a Place You Love’ Slideshow, Today

    The actor, known for starring roles on shows like “Your Honor” and “The Wire,” has a new apartment, with a key to Gramercy Park.

  50. Why Medical Tourism Is Drawing Patients, Even in a Pandemic Travel, Today

    The coronavirus pandemic has devastated medical tourism, but pent-up demand remains for affordable treatment in foreign lands.

  51. In Tunisia, Some Wonder if the Revolution Was Worth It Foreign, Today

    Tunisians are putting their hard-won right to criticize the government to good use. They just wish there were less to protest.

  52. How Climbers Reached the Summit of K2 in Winter for the First Time Sports, Today

    It was a prideful journey for the Nepalese climbers, who historically haven’t received their due.

  53. The Arizona G.O.P. Is Sticking With Trumpism, Whether Arizona Republicans Like It or Not Politics, Today

    Despite losing a Senate seat and seeing Joe Biden win the state, state party leaders in the land of Barry Goldwater and John McCain aren’t switching gears. They’re doubling down.

  54. Pandemic Teacher Shortages Imperil In-Person Schooling National, Today

    The nation’s schools need thousands of more teachers, full-time and substitute, to keep classrooms open during coronavirus outbreaks.

  55. Amanda Gorman Captures the Moment, in Verse Books, Today

    The youngest inaugural poet in U.S. history will read a work she finished after the riot at the Capitol. “I’m not going to in any way gloss over what we’ve seen,” she says.

  56. Venezuela: ¿petróleo por alimentos? en Español, Today

    Ayudar a superar la crisis humanitaria para salvar a los venezolanos de una hambruna es empresa que necesariamente exige un acuerdo político entre el gobierno y la oposición.

  57. The Next Trump Op Ed, Today

    There is no one quite like him in the Republican Party. So where should we look for the president’s inheritors?

  58. For More Inclusive Writing, Look to How Writing Is Taught Book Review, Today

    “Craft in the Real World,” by Matthew Salesses, dismantles assumptions about the art of fiction and how it should be written.

  59. Joe Did It. But How? Op Ed, Today

    Biden’s campaign strategy put Democrats in agony. Here’s why it worked.

  60. Good Riddance, Leader McConnell Op Ed, Today

    The judgment of history will be damning.

  61. Experimental Literature That Tests Family Bonds and Routines Book Review, Today

    “Last Orgy of the Divine Hermit,” “Marshlands” and “Saturation Project” are full of inventive twists and innovations.

  62. Bryan Cranston Won’t Play Donald Trump Op Ed, Today

    The actor who portrayed Lyndon Johnson and Walter White says he’s drawn to broken characters. But he’s got his limits.

  63. The Homicide Spike Is Real Op Ed, Today

    The uptick will be New York City’s most difficult challenge this year.

  64. William Boyd’s Madcap Burlesque Revisits the Summer of 1968 Book Review, Today

    “Trio” follows three characters who are connected to a disastrous film production and each has a personal crisis to deal with.

  65. When Grandparents Want a Say in Naming Their Grandchildren Well, Today

    The expectant parents spend weeks deciding on their new baby’s name. Then the grandparents weigh in.

  66. The Best Shoes for Knee Arthritis May Be Stiff, Stable and Cushioned Ones Well, Today

    People with knee arthritis were less likely to report pain and stiffness if they wore stable, supportive shoes, versus flat-soled, flexible ones.

  67. After the Loss of a Child, How Does Life Go On? Book Review, Today

    Emily Rapp Black ponders the unanswerable in her new memoir, “Sanctuary.”

  68. The Postal Service Survived the Election. But It Was Crushed by Holiday Packages. Interactive, Today

    ‘Worst I’ve Ever Seen’: The Postal Service’s on-time performance plummeted in December, after it delivered a record number of mail-in ballots.

  69. His Legacy Interactive, Today

    A journey through four years of Trump in The Times.

  70. How to Listen to ‘The Ezra Klein Show’ Op Ed, Today

    To listen and subscribe to this New York Times Opinion podcast for free, follow these instructions.

  71. Joe Did It. But How? Video, Today

    Biden’s campaign strategies often worried Democrats. But they worked.

  72. Woman Is Sentenced to 43 Years for Criticizing Thai Monarchy Foreign, Today

    Lawyers said it was the longest sentence yet for violating Thailand’s notoriously harsh lèse-majesté law.

  73. Lesson of the Day: ‘Kamala Harris Will Make History. So Will Her ‘Big, Blended’ Family.’ Learning, Today

    In this lesson, students will learn about Kamala Harris and her extended family, and how together they may broaden the nation’s ideas about family dynamics and gender roles.

  74. Church of Satan’s ‘Halloween House’ Gutted by Arsonist Metro, Today

    A campy Gothic house in Poughkeepsie’s “Witchcraft District” that served as a gathering place for the atheist group went up in flames.

  75. Missing: One Black Hole With 10 Billion Solar Masses Science, Today

    One of the biggest galaxies in the universe seems to lack its dark centerpiece.

  76. Cómo han cambiado las tomas de posesión en Estados Unidos en Español, Today

    La juramentación de los presidentes estadounidenses ha evolucionado un poco desde los días de George Washington.

  77. Mujeres desempleadas recurren a vender sus fotos desnudas en línea en Español, Today

    OnlyFans, una plataforma de redes sociales que permite que sus usuarios vendan fotos explícitas, ha tenido un gran auge durante la pandemia. Pero la competencia en el sitio significa que no todas las personas ganarán mucho dinero.

  78. Fun Virtual Events? Learning, Today

    What’s the best thing you’ve done virtually this year?

  79. Word + Quiz: machination Learning, Today

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

  80. Late Night Celebrates the Final 36 Hours of Trump in Charge Culture, Today

    “Normally, after a president’s term, they show before and after photos to prove how much the job aged him. This time, they’re showing before and after photos of all of us,” Jimmy Fallon joked on Monday.

  81. Barr says questioning the election led to the Capitol riot, but he avoids blaming Trump. U.S., Today

  82. PM-covid-update Slideshow, Today

    PM-covid-update

  83. More Access, More Anxiety: The Job of Photographing Trump Summary, Yesterday

    In an interview, Doug Mills, a Times photographer in the Washington bureau, reflects on a relentless four years.

  84. Mets’ General Manager Fired Over Harassment of Female Reporter Sports, Today

    Jared Porter reportedly sent dozens of unsolicited text messages — including one with a nude photo — to a reporter in 2016.

  85. New York Police Arrest Dozens as M.L.K. Day Marchers Gather Near City Hall Express, Yesterday

    The confrontation came days after the state’s attorney general sued the New York Police Department for its handling of protests following the death of George Floyd.

  86. Pennsylvania woman accused of taking Nancy Pelosi’s laptop turns herself in to the police. U.S., Yesterday

  87. Pennsylvania woman accused of taking Pelosi’s laptop turns herself in to the police. U.S., Yesterday

  88. Two suspects in the Capitol riot turn themselves into the police. U.S., Yesterday

  89. Many nursing home workers in New York State have declined to be vaccinated. World, Yesterday

  90. Photographing the Trump Presidency Slideshow, Yesterday

    Doug Mills, who covers the White House, got more access to President Trump than to previous presidents.

  91. Trump’s 1776 Commission Critiques Liberalism in Report Derided by Historians Washington, Yesterday

    The report charges that Americans are being indoctrinated with a false narrative of the nation’s founding and identity, including the role of slavery in its history.

  92. Trump Orders Lifting of Virus Travel Ban, but Biden Aides Vow to Block Move Washington, Yesterday

    The president’s proclamation, which would not take effect until Jan. 26, after Joe Biden assumes office, was part of a flurry of orders that Mr. Biden is likely to reverse.

  93. Trump Orders Lifting of Virus Travel Ban, but Biden Aides Vow to Block Move Washington, Yesterday

    The president’s proclamation, which would not take effect until Jan. 26, after Joe Biden assumes office, was part of a flurry of orders that Mr. Biden is likely to reverse.

  94. Harry Brant Is Dead at 24 Styles, Yesterday

    The socialite and style setter began making a name for himself as a teenager.

  95. Your Tuesday Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

    Europe won’t wait for Biden.

  96. Waved at a Rave Games, Yesterday

    Olivia Mitra Framke sets out a buffet for us.

  97. Quotation of the Day: A Maskless Gala, Then a Virus Death Summary, Yesterday

    Quotation of the Day for Tuesday, January 19, 2021.

  98. No Corrections: Jan. 19, 2021 Corrections, Yesterday

    No corrections appeared in print on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021.

  99. They Prepare the White House for a New President. They Have 5 Hours. Washington, Yesterday

    Inauguration Day brings with it an awkward transition when one family moves in and another moves out, made all the more so this year by the coronavirus and President Trump’s stormy departure.

  100. Biden Will Kick Off Inaugural Events at a Ceremony Honoring Victims of Covid-19 Washington, Yesterday

    Events on Wednesday, when Joseph R. Biden Jr. takes the oath of office, will have a more celebratory theme.

  101. U.S. to Impose Sanctions on Ship Involved in Russian Gas Pipeline Foreign, Yesterday

    The sanctions are the first targeting the Nord Stream 2 undersea pipeline, which is to carry natural gas directly from Russia to Germany, whose government backs the project.

  102. Navalny Arrested on Return to Moscow Video, Yesterday

    After recovering from a near-fatal poisoning in Germany, the Russian opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny returned to Moscow on Sunday and was detained at the airport.

  103. On King Holiday, New York’s Mayoral Hopefuls Vie for Attention Metro, Yesterday

    With the Rev. Al Sharpton playing host in Harlem, the crowded field of Democratic candidates tried to sell themselves and inspire a battered city.

  104. Sharpshooters, Protesters, a Secret Train Trip Washington, Yesterday

    The inaugural of President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. is not the first to take place at a tense moment in American history.

  105. Lincoln Knew in 1838 What 2021 Would Bring Op Ed, Yesterday

    Before Jefferson Davis there was John C. Calhoun. What rougher beasts do Trump, Hawley and Cruz prefigure?

  106. The Morning Slideshow, Yesterday

    The Morning

  107. Trump lifted coronavirus travel restrictions from Europe and Brazil; Biden team says it won’t last. Politics, Yesterday

    President Trump ordered an end to the ban on travelers from Europe and Brazil to the United States, a move that was quickly rejected by aides to President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.

  108. Who’s Radical Now? The Case of Minimum Wages Op Ed, Yesterday

    Evidence has a well-known liberal bias.

  109. Biden to Cancel Keystone XL Pipeline in Inauguration Day Executive Order Washington, Yesterday

    The project had already been languishing, but the action by Mr. Biden would signal his determination to undo President Trump’s environmental legacy.

  110. Coronavirus Slideshow, Yesterday

    Coronavirus

  111. Tennessee Fires Football Coach Amid Investigation Sports, Yesterday

    Coach Jeremy Pruitt and nine members of his football program’s staff were fired after ongoing investigations into the team’s recruitment practices showed violations of N.C.A.A. rules.

  112. Brazil Starts Vaccinations Amid Rise in Covid Cases and New Variants Foreign, Yesterday

    The country has relatively few doses and is paying a price for its leader’s slow pursuit of vaccines early on. That lapse may hinder Brazil’s ability to fight worrisome variants.

  113. Trump Prepares Pardon Wave for Final Hours Washington, Yesterday

    Among those under consideration for grants of clemency are the former New York Assembly speaker Sheldon Silver and the rapper Lil Wayne.

  114. Trump’s ‘1776 report’ defends America’s founding on the basis of slavery and blasts progressivism. Politics, Yesterday

    The Trump White House released the report of the presidential “1776 Commission,” a sweeping attack on liberal thought and activism that calls for a “patriotic education,” defends America’s founding on the basis of slavery and likens progressivism ...

  115. What Would You Do First if You Were the New President? Learning, Yesterday

    On Wednesday, Joseph R. Biden Jr. will be sworn in as the 46th president of the United States. What do you think should be the goals and priorities for the new Biden-Harris administration?

  116. Can the World Break Up With Fossil Fuels? Watch the Conversation. Climate, Yesterday

    The Times is hosting a series of virtual events ahead of global climate talks in November. This month’s topic: the demand for energy and what can be learned from the pandemic.

  117. Pentagon Accelerates Efforts to Root Out Far-Right Extremism in the Ranks Washington, Yesterday

    The nation’s military has a history of downplaying white nationalism and right-wing activism, but the siege of the Capitol has created a new urgency for dealing with them.

  118. Vaccine Critics Received More Than $1 Million in Pandemic Relief Loans Business, Yesterday

    The Paycheck Protection Program’s loose rules allowed organizations that have questioned the safety of vaccines to qualify for aid.

  119. How Full Employment Became Washington’s Creed Business, Yesterday

    Policymakers are eager to return to the period of low unemployment that preceded the pandemic and are less concerned than in previous eras about sparking inflation and taking on debt.

  120. One Day’s Pandemic Losses: Among Thousands, a Father, a Child, a Friend National, Yesterday

    The lives of the people who died on a single January day reflect an extraordinary national loss.

  121. Matthew Lewis Can’t Believe He’s a Romantic Lead, Either Culture, Yesterday

    The actor, best known as the clumsy Neville Longbottom of “Harry Potter” fame, is a dashing suitor in the PBS reboot of “All Creatures Great and Small.”

  122. China’s College Graduates Can’t Find Jobs. The Solution: Grad School. Business, Yesterday

    The government is expanding university capacity, but some young people worry that the option will only postpone a crisis stemming from a shortage of well-paying work.

  123. Investigators Eye Right-Wing Militias at Capitol Riot Washington, Yesterday

    The F.B.I. has arrested several members associated with violent right-wing extremist groups known as the Oath Keepers and the Three Percenters.

  124. Your Evening Briefing: Inauguration and Executive Orders N Y T Now, Yesterday

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

  125. Brazil Begins Administering Covid-19 Vaccine Video, Yesterday

    Health officials in Brazil recently began giving the first Covid-19 vaccinations after the country’s health regulator approved two vaccines for emergency use.

  126. Vaccine Critics Received More Than $1 Million in Pandemic Relief Loans Business, Yesterday

    The Paycheck Protection Program’s loose rules allowed organizations that have questioned the safety of vaccines to qualify for aid.

  127. Covid Response Was a Global Series of Failures, W.H.O.-Established Panel Says Foreign, Yesterday

    An interim report is both a bleak recounting of deadly missteps and an early blueprint for repairs: “We have failed in our collective capacity.”

  128. Paging Through Broadway While the Stages Are Dark Culture, Yesterday

    As she packs her things to make a move, a critic lingers over her memories, many slickly packaged, some not.

  129. When the Removal of 2 N.F.L. Stars From Playoff Games Is Progress Sports, Yesterday

    Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes did not return to games over the weekend after exhibiting concussion symptoms, satisfying critics who have long accused the league of turning a blind eye to brain injuries.

  130. Rash of Coronavirus Cases Poses Early Challenge for the Australian Open Sports, Yesterday

    With several positive tests among people arriving from abroad, and a strict quarantine, the Australian Open is not going the way organizers expected it would.

  131. California recommends pausing a batch of Moderna vaccines after possible ‘severe’ allergic reactions. U.S., Yesterday

  132. California recommends pausing a batch of Moderna vaccines after possible ‘severe’ allergic reactions. U.S., Yesterday

    The state epidemiologist made the recommendation after several people who received the vaccine at one community clinic needed medical attention in the span of 24 hours.

  133. California recommends pausing a batch of Moderna vaccines after possible ‘severe’ allergic reactions. National, Yesterday

    The state epidemiologist made the recommendation after several people who received the vaccine at one community clinic needed medical attention in the span of 24 hours.

  134. Yellen Readies Big Changes for Treasury Washington, Yesterday

    From financial regulation to minority lending, Biden’s pick is poised to change course sharply from the policies of Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

  135. Gun Rights Rally in Richmond Draws Small Crowd Video, Yesterday

    Virginia’s State Capitol building was surrounded by police officers and news reporters, who outnumbered the small knots of heavily armed gun-rights supporters.

  136. Andrés Manuel López Obrador ya extraña a Donald Trump, a quien alguna vez criticó en Español, Yesterday

    El presidente de México llegó a apreciar el estilo no intervencionista de Trump y ha empezado a agitar las aguas frente a un gobierno que anticipa será más entrometido.

  137. In farewell video, Melania Trump, who like her husband bristled at White House norms, defends her legacy. Politics, Yesterday

  138. Black clergy and other leaders unite in a community-based fight against Covid-19. World, Yesterday

  139. An Inaugural Lockdown Comes at a Price for Washingtonians Washington, Yesterday

    The nation’s capital has been secured with checkpoints, tens of thousands of National Guard troops and miles of fencing and barricades, security at the cost of normalcy.

  140. Once a Trump-Basher, Mexico’s Leader Misses Him Already Foreign, Yesterday

    President Andrés Manuel López Obrador came to appreciate Mr. Trump’s hands-off style, and is already making waves with an incoming administration he expects to be more meddlesome.

  141. Census Bureau director resigns from post one year before term ends after claims that he politicized his role. Politics, Yesterday

  142. Michigan Republican Party looks to replace election board member who certified election for Biden. U.S., Yesterday

  143. ‘I Let You Down’: Klete Keller’s Path From Olympics to Capitol Riot Sports, Yesterday

    Jan. 6 wasn’t Keller’s first election protest in Washington. But as he makes tearful apologies and faces federal charges, even his closest confidants aren’t sure why he was there at all.

  144. A former virus data manager was arrested in Florida. World, Yesterday

  145. The Fire Last Time Op Ed, Yesterday

    Timothy McVeigh’s 1995 attack in Oklahoma City spurred legislation that gutted death row inmates’ rights. In the wake of the siege of the Capitol, will we make a similar mistake?

  146. Deborah Rhode, Who Transformed the Field of Legal Ethics, Dies at 68 Obits, Yesterday

    A Stanford professor, she pushed the legal profession to confront the ways it failed clients and to be more inclusive of women.

  147. Anti-vaccine groups received more than $1 million in small-business relief loans. Foreign, Yesterday

  148. Anti-vaccine groups received more than $1 million in small-business relief loans. World, Yesterday

    Six organizations that have challenged the safety of vaccines and made claims that scientists have called false received loans.

  149. Anti-vaccine groups received more than $1 million in small-business relief loans. Business, Yesterday

    Six organizations that have challenged the safety of vaccines and made claims that scientists have called false received loans.

  150. Anti-vaccine groups received more than $1 million in small-business relief loans. World, Yesterday

    Six organizations that have challenged the safety of vaccines and made claims that scientists have called false received loans.

  151. Anti-vaccine groups received more than $1 million in small-business relief loans. World, Yesterday

  152. مصر أنكرت أن انقطاع الأكسجين تسبب في موت مرضى كوفيد، لكن صحيفة النيو يورك تايمز اكتشفت خلاف ذلك. World, Yesterday

    رأى كثيرٌ من المصريين في مقطع فيديو مشهدا نادرًا وغير مألوف للخسائر الفعلية التي خلّفها فيروس كورونا في ذروة الموجة الثانية من الجائحة في مصر.

  153. How Theater Stepped Up to Meet the Trump Era Culture, Yesterday

    As artists saw liberties threatened and inequities exacerbated, the stage became more thrillingly urgent than it had been in decades.

  154. Dominion Voting Systems threatens to sue Mike Lindell, MyPillow C.E.O., over false claims. Politics, Yesterday

  155. Twitter bloqueó a Trump: así se tomó la decisión en Español, Yesterday

    Jack Dorsey, el director ejecutivo de la red social, tenía reservas sobre el bloqueo de la cuenta del presidente de Estados Unidos. Pero los llamados a la violencia que sus tuits provocaban eran demasiado abrumadores.

  156. Gun rights rally in Virginia’s capital draws smaller crowd than last year amid pandemic and fears of violence. U.S., Yesterday

  157. Pelosi increases pressure on Pentagon, saying Trump loyalist isn’t qualified to be the N.S.A.’s top lawyer. Politics, Yesterday

  158. Cuomo asks Pfizer to sell vaccine doses to New York, but the company says it would need federal signoff. World, Yesterday

  159. Cuomo asks Pfizer to sell vaccine doses to New York, but the company says it would need federal signoff. World, Yesterday

  160. Officials worldwide failed in the early pandemic response, a W.H.O. panel says. World, Yesterday

  161. Pop-up vaccine sites at churches aim to help hard-hit communities. World, Yesterday

  162. Alex Padilla, California’s First Latino Senator, on Needing to ‘Walk and Chew Gum’ in Washington Politics, Yesterday

    He was appointed to fill Kamala Harris’s seat, and will take office as his state struggles with record Covid rates, especially in the neighborhood he grew up in.

  163. Martinus Veltman, Who Made Key Contribution in Physics, Dies at 89 Obits, Yesterday

    He shared a Nobel Prize for research that helped explain the fundamental forces in the universe.

  164. Your Tuesday Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

    Some problems in India’s vaccine rollout.

  165. The Devilish Life and Art of Lucian Freud, in Full Detail Culture, Yesterday

    William Feaver’s “The Lives of Lucian Freud: Fame, 1968-2011” completes a two-volume biography of the pioneering realist painter.

  166. Will Biden’s Stimulus Package Help Reverse the ‘Shecession’? Gender, Yesterday

    Experts say the $1.9 trillion package will help women get back to work. Here’s how.

  167. Biden will honor those who died of the virus at the Lincoln Memorial on Tuesday. U.S., Yesterday

  168. Biden and Harris will honor those who died of the virus at the Lincoln Memorial on Tuesday. U.S., Yesterday

  169. Biden and Harris will honor those who died of the virus at the Lincoln Memorial. U.S., Yesterday

  170. The Bidens volunteer at a food pantry to observe the day of service on Martin Luther King’s Birthday. U.S., Yesterday

  171. Incest Scandal Sets Off a New #MeToo Movement in France Foreign, Yesterday

    A wave of testimonies from people who say they were victims of incest has surfaced on Twitter after a scandal in which a prominent French intellectual was accused of abusing his teenage stepson.

  172. Morgan Wallen Debuts at No. 1 and Smashes a Country Streaming Record Culture, Yesterday

    “Dangerous: The Double Album” had 240 million streams — more than double the previous high set by Luke Combs.

  173. Justice Dept. charges militia members, including military veterans, in Capitol assault. Politics, Yesterday

    The acting U.S. attorney in Washington said that focusing on militia members and other extremists would be a top priority.

  174. Justice Dept. charges militia members, including military veterans, in Capitol assault. U.S., Yesterday

  175. Amazon Web Drama Draws the Wrath of India’s Hindu Nationalists Business, Yesterday

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  176. Incest Scandal Sets Off a New #MeToo Movement in France Foreign, Yesterday

    A wave of testimonies from people who say they were victims of incest has surfaced on Twitter after a scandal in which a prominent French intellectual was accused of abusing his teenage stepson.

  177. ¿Es necesario usar dos cubrebocas al mismo tiempo? en Español, Yesterday

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  178. Europe Welcomes Biden, but Won’t Wait for Him Foreign, Yesterday

    The European Union is eager for “a political climate change” and cooperation, but if the new president is consumed with domestic problems, it won’t put its own agenda on hold.

  179. Phil Spector: Listening to 15 Songs From a Violent Legacy Culture, Yesterday

    He was convicted of murder and died an inmate in California, but the producer’s work in the early 1960s is an inextricable part of pop music history.

  180. A Theater Serves as a Courthouse, Provoking Drama Offstage Culture, Yesterday

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  181. Regnery Publishing picks up Senator Hawley’s book after it was dropped by Simon & Schuster. Politics, Yesterday

    The conservative publishing house said Senator Josh Hawley had been the victim of cancel culture.

  182. Here’s how the B.1.1.7 coronavirus variant was born, and a closer look at its changes. World, Yesterday

  183. Senator Hawley’s Canceled Book Deal: No First Amendment Issue Letters, Yesterday

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  184. Giuliani will not be part of Trump’s defense in the Senate impeachment trial. Politics, Yesterday

    Rudolph W. Giuliani, the president’s attorney, said he was taking part in the trial and then a day later said he would have no involvement.

  185. Biden is expected to cancel the Keystone XL Pipeline permit on his first day in office. Politics, Yesterday

    Environmentalists have long targeted the nearly 1,200-mile pipeline as both a contributor to climate change and a symbol of the country’s unwillingness to move away from an oil-based economy.

  186. A former British Supreme Court justice was criticized for a comment on ‘less valuable’ lives. World, Yesterday

  187. Some Republicans have turned to conspiracy theories and misinformation to explain the Capitol attack. U.S., Yesterday

  188. Some Republicans have turned to conspiracy theories and misinformation to explain the Capitol attack. Politics, Yesterday

  189. What to Cook Right Now Dining, Yesterday

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  190. Kamala Harris will resign from her Senate seat on Monday. U.S., Yesterday

  191. Kamala Harris resigns from her Senate seat, ready to embrace her new role as a legislative tiebreaker. U.S., Yesterday