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24 Hours of NYT News
  1. Distractions Video, Today

    Erik Winkowski

  2. 25 States Are at Risk of Serious Flooding This Spring, U.S. Forecast Says Climate, Today

    With flooding already reaching historic levels in parts of the United States, federal scientists warn to expect more throughout the spring

  3. Trump Wants U.S. to Recognize Israeli Sovereignty Over the Golan Heights U.S., Today

    Israel won the territory from Syria in 1967 and annexed it in 1981 in a move that has never been recognized internationally.

  4. A New Age of Warfare: How Internet Mercenaries Do Battle for Authoritarian Governments U.S., Today

    Sophisticated surveillance, once the domain of world powers, is increasingly available on the private market. Smaller countries are seizing on the tools — sometimes for darker purposes.

  5. Living Things, With No Bone or Tissue, Pose a Quandary for Museums Arts, Today

    A British museum has returned locks of an emperor’s hair to Ethiopia. But dealing with culturally sensitive objects is not always so simple.

  6. Levi’s Goes Public, With Jeans on the Trading Floor Business, Today

    Shares of Levi’s priced at $17 each, giving the 165-year-old company a valuation of roughly $6.6 billion.

  7. Sandwiches the Miami Way, at Pilar Cuban Bakery in Brooklyn Food, Today

    Homemade bread is just the starting act at this new Bedford-Stuyvesant spot.

  8. The Porkinator, Cubanos and Savory Cuban Pastries Slideshow, Today

    Pilar Cuban Bakery, which initially opened as a place to make Cuban lard bread, excels at little things stuffed and filled.

  9. Facebook Did Not Securely Store Passwords. Here’s What You Need to Know. Technology, Today

    Facebook said it had found no evidence of abuse and it was not requiring users to change their passwords, but you should do it anyway.

  10. Productivity And Attention Management Video, Today

    Erik Winkowski

  11. Parity in Women’s Tournament Puts UConn in a Weird Position: No. 2 Sports, Today

    The perceived slight of UConn’s seeding should give the Huskies plenty of motivation as they try to win their first national title since 2016.

  12. Ariana Grande’s Stylist Is Not Just Waiting in the Wings Fashion, Today

    Law Roach, the man behind the looks of Instagram’s biggest celebrity as well as Zendaya and Tiffany Haddish, uses clothes to send a message.

  13. Mississippi Bans Abortions if Heartbeat Can Be Heard. Expect a Legal Fight. U.S., Today

    A dozen Republican-held states around the country are pushing so-called fetal heartbeat bans, as abortion opponents aim to have Roe v. Wade revisited.

  14. What to do When You’re Bored Video, Today

    Erik Winkowski

  15. Jared Kushner Uses Non-Official Messaging for Official Business, Lawyer Says U.S., Today

    Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, uses an unofficial messaging service for official White House business, his lawyer told the House Oversight Committee.

  16. Using Fiction to Show How Self-Control Becomes Self-Destructive Books, Today

    In their debut novels, Yara Zgheib and Anissa Gray explore the harrowing experience of female eating disorders.

  17. Lion Air Crash Families Say They Were Pressured to Sign No-Suit Deal World, Today

    After the new 737 Max 8 jet went down in Indonesia, relatives of the victims say the airline is trying to buy their silence with a deal that also protected Boeing.

  18. When the Early Bird Gets the Shaft Video, Today

    Erik Winkowsk

  19. How a Viral Rap Star Rocketed From Meme to Hit Arts, Today

    Blueface’s “Thotiana” is a nearly perfectly engineered hit of the social media age.

  20. Nirav Modi, Fugitive ‘Jeweler to the Stars,’ Is Arrested in London Business, Today

    Mr. Modi, whose diamonds have adorned Hollywood stars, has been accused of a massive bank fraud in India.

  21. Gawker Names Dan Peres as Editor in Chief, Hoping to Breathe Life Back Into Site Business, Today

    Mr. Peres, formerly the top editor at the now-defunct men’s magazine Details, will seek to revive Gawker.com after a high-profile legal battle.

  22. Faster Tax Cuts Could Be Backfiring on Republicans Business, Today

    Polling shows those getting smaller refunds are less likely to view the tax overhaul favorably, even if their take-home pay grew.

  23. Dozens of Holiday Revelers Killed as Overloaded Boat Sinks in Iraq World, Today

    The ferry, carrying Iraqis celebrating the Kurdish New Year, sank in the Tigris River near Mosul.

  24. Seduced by Singapore’s Charismatic Orchids Arts, Today

    For its annual orchid display, the New York Botanical Garden has drawn inspiration from Southeast Asia. Rich beauty abounds.

  25. Warhol at the Whitney: Why This One Work Is So Stirring Arts, Today

    As the museum’s Andy Warhol retrospective ends its run, Holland Cotter revisits the exhibition through a work that showed the artist shifting gears.

  26. Trump Attacks the Great and the Dead Opinion, Today

    Senator John McCain may have died seven months ago. But the president is just getting started.

  27. Rejecting Asylum Claim, U.K. Quotes Bible to Say Christianity Is Not ‘Peaceful’ World, Today

    An Iranian asylum seeker said he converted from Islam to Christianity because it was a “peaceful” religion. The Home Office used Bible verses about vengeance as a basis to deny the claim.

  28. How Will Netflix Do Justice to ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’? Style, Today

    One Colombian writer reflects on what the adaptation of Gabriel García Márquez’s masterpiece means for her culture and people.

  29. How One Map Explains the Islamic State’s New Tactics Video, Today

    The Islamic State barely has any territory left in Syria. So how is it able to keep staging attacks across the country?

  30. Rent the Runway Now Valued at $1 Billion With New Funding Business, Today

    The company, known for lending designer dresses for special occasions, says its goal is to “create the Amazon Prime of rental.”

  31. Behind the Cover: Rick Steves Wants to Set You Free Magazine, Today

    In this issue, a look at the travel guru who wants to save the world, one vacation at a time.

  32. Why Should Americans Be Grateful for $138 Insulin? Germans Get It for $55 Opinion, Today

    Only by the bizarre logic of the U.S. pharmaceutical industry does this drug count as any kind of generic.

  33. For Etienne Charles, Jazz and Caribbean Music Are One and the Same Arts, Today

    The 35-year-old Trinidadian trumpeter has spent his career fusing his homeland traditions with jazz ideas. His new album is “Carnival: The Sound of a People, Vol. 1.”

  34. Digital Hype Aside, Report Says Political Campaigns Are Mostly Analog Affairs Business, Today

    On average, candidates in the 2018 midterm races spent no more than 5 percent of their overall media budgets on digital advertising, according to a report by Tech for Campaigns.

  35. Former President Michel Temer of Brazil Is Arrested World, Today

    Mr. Temer, a deeply unpopular leader who governed Brazil from 2016 to 2018, has been the target of numerous corruption inquiries.

  36. Australian Wine Today: Fresh, Crunchy and ‘Smashable’ Food, Today

    You can still find the inky blockbusters of 15 years ago, but much as America’s wine industry has reoriented toward balance, so has Australia’s.

  37. Amsterdam to Ban Tours of Its Red-Light District World, Today

    The Dutch capital will prohibit guided visits to the area in an effort to tackle overcrowding by tourists and improve working conditions for prostitutes.

  38. An Artist Imagines Five of the Season’s Most Anticipated Books T Magazine, Today

    We asked Zach Harris to envision what happens on page 76 of four novels and one collection of poetry.

  39. Designer Ini Archibong Shares a Glimpse Into His World, in Photographs T Magazine, Today

    Known for his sophisticated furniture and now a sculptural new watch for Hermès, the California native shares images from a month on the road.

  40. The Met Will Use its Facade and Great Hall to Showcase Contemporary Art Arts, Today

    The museum announced commissions from Wangechi Mutu and Kent Monkman and the world premiere of a video installation by Ragnar Kjartansson on Thursday.

  41. Lawrence Ferlinghetti Celebrates His 100th Birthday With a Novel Books, Today

    “Little Boy” recounts his life story in a free association of flashes and arias, of high and low culture — the verbal riffs of a good talker.

  42. Pickleball and Golf Carts: It’s Springtime on the Rio Grande U.S., Today

    In this week’s Crossing the Border newsletter, podcasts about the border, and an annual exodus of Midwesterners.

  43. Behind the Cover: Rick Steves Wants to Set You Free Video, Today

    Inside the process for creating this cover.

  44. Deer Park Fire: Texas Residents Take Shelter Indoors Because of Benzene Fears U.S., Today

    Officials issued a shelter-in-place order for the second time in a week after a large chemical fire erupted at a storage tank on Sunday.

  45. 2019 N.C.A.A. Tournament Live: Day 1 Scores and Highlights Sports, Today

    Thursday is Day 1 of the N.C.A.A. men’s basketball tournament. Follow here for scores and live analysis of who wins, who loses and who broke your bracket.

  46. Ichiro Suzuki Announces Retirement in Tokyo Sports, Today

    The 45-year-old Mariners outfielder took his final bows on Thursday night at the Tokyo Dome, capping a magnificent career that lasted nearly three decades.

  47. How ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ and My Work Friends Made Me an Honorary Millennial Arts, Today

    As the show wraps up, the co-creator Aline Brosh McKenna writes about helping to create and guide the series with a diverse group of colleagues.

  48. Tickling Worms in the Lab, Tickling Funny Bones Onstage Theater, Today

    Matt Walker just got his big acting break in the farce “The Play That Goes Wrong.” But he’s not giving up his day job in a Nobel winner’s biology lab.

  49. Whoopi Podcasts, Today

    We celebrate the legendary performer.

  50. The Best Places to Be a Buyer — and the Worst Real Estate, Today

    Looking to buy your first home? Here are the cities to consider, and the ones to avoid.

  51. ‘We Have to Get this Right.’ A Conversation With U.S.C.’s Incoming President, Carol Folt. U.S., Today

    Thursday: The 12th president of U.S.C. talks about her plans; lawmakers hope to give family caregivers a break; and putting Mike Trout’s contract in context

  52. U.K. Police Investigating Attacks on 5 Mosques in Birmingham World, Today

    In one episode, a man took a sledgehammer to smash the windows of a mosque in Birmingham, England, home to one of the largest Muslim populations in Britain.

  53. Epic Explorations: Teaching the ‘Odyssey’ With The New York Times The Learning Network, Today

    Five lesson ideas and links to a number of other resources to help teachers and students navigate the wine-dark seas.

  54. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, Today

    This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Ardsley, N.Y. and a three-bedroom in Chatham, N.J.

  55. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, Today

    This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side, in Turtle Bay and Dumbo, Brooklyn.

  56. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, Today

    This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Ardsley, N.Y. and a three-bedroom in Chatham, N.J.

  57. Fashions for the Future Interactive, Today

    Today, designers’ visions are dark and sparse, hinting at some shadow of the truth. But not so long ago, the view was far less gloomy.

  58. Terrorism Charges Planned in Utrecht Shooting, Dutch Prosecutors Say World, Today

    Officials said the suspect also faced multiple counts of murder or manslaughter over the attack in the Netherlands that left three people dead.

  59. 1,600 Motel Guests Were Secretly Streamed Live in South Korea, Police Say World, Today

    Tiny cameras were hidden in hair dryer holders, satellite boxes and closed electric sockets, the police said. The video was shown online for profit.

  60. 1,600 Motel Guests Were Secretly Streamed Live in South Korea, Police Say World, Today

    Tiny cameras were hidden in hair dryer holders, satellite boxes and closed electric sockets, the police said. The video was shown online for profit.

  61. Theresa May’s Message to Britain at a Perilous Moment: It’s Parliament’s Fault World, Today

    In an address to the nation Wednesday night, the prime minister lashed out, blaming squabbling lawmakers for the Brexit paralysis. They did not react well.

  62. Why in the World? Opinion, Today

    College sports do have some upsides. But their sheer scale is silly.

  63. Guaidó’s Chief of Staff Is Arrested by Venezuela Police World, Today

    Officers seized Roberto Marrero, a confidant of the opposition leader Juan Guaidó. His detention is a significant escalation of the country’s political crisis.

  64. Guaidó’s Chief of Staff Is Arrested by Venezuela Police World, Today

    Officers seized Roberto Marrero, a confidant of the opposition leader Juan Guaidó. His detention is a significant escalation of the country’s political crisis.

  65. Biden Weighing Unique Steps to Reassure Voters Concerned About His Age U.S., Today

    The former vice president is considering naming a running mate earlier in the primary than is customary, and the possibility of serving only one term.

  66. Biden Weighing Unique Steps to Reassure Voters Concerned About His Age U.S., Today

    The former vice president is considering naming a running mate earlier in the primary than is customary, and the possibility of serving only one term.

  67. Joe Biden Weighing Unique Steps to Reassure Voters Concerned About His Age U.S., Today

    The former vice president is considering naming a running mate earlier in the primary than is customary, and the possibility of serving only one term.

  68. Yes, You Can Play With Your Clothes Fashion, Today

    Fidget spinners are so 2017; in 2019, fidget fashion is on the rise

  69. ‘Triple Threat’ Review: Fighting, Fighting and More Fighting Movies, Today

    In a movie that stars Tony Jaa, Iko Uwais and Tiger Chen, the gaps in the plot may not really matter.

  70. ‘Maze’ Review: A Prison Break and a Confidence Game Movies, Today

    A controlled thriller that invents an intimate subtext for the 1983 escape of imprisoned Irish Republican Army fighters from the fortresslike Maze.

  71. ‘Roll Red Roll’ Review: A Horrifying Assault in a Small Ohio Town Movies, Today

    Nancy Schwartzman’s bone-chilling documentary is a tough but essential watch.

  72. ‘Out of Blue’ Review: Seeking a Suspect in a Suspect Adaptation Movies, Today

    Based on the Martin Amis murder mystery “Night Train,” the movie retains several of its central characters but very little else.

  73. ‘Ramen Shop’ Review: A Search for Family and Good Soup Movies, Today

    This film demonstrates the power of delicious cuisine to spice up an otherwise straightforward, sentimental film.

  74. ‘Hotel Mumbai’ Review: Terrorism as Popcorn Movie? Movies, Today

    The film re-creates the November 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai through the eyes of a sprawling international ensemble.

  75. ‘Sunset’ Review: Discovering a Dark Past and a Cataclysmic Future Movies, Today

    In his second feature, the director Laszlo Nemes (“Son of Saul”) applies his near-subjective cinematic style to pre-World War I Budapest.

  76. Missing Flowers and Bitter Politics Put a Damper on Afghan Nowruz Party World, Today

    Nothing ever completely stops the sprawling Persian New Year party in Mazar-i-Sharif. But fears of factional violence cast a chill on the revelry this year.

  77. DealBook Briefing: The Fed Gave Trump What He Wants, Carefully Business, Today

    Central bank forecasts suggest that it won’t raise rates this year, and Wall Street couldn’t be happier.

  78. A Path to Curing H.I.V. Podcasts, Today

    A second person appears to have been cured of infection with the virus that causes AIDS. We spoke to an activist about what this means.

  79. The Democrats’ Complexity Problem Opinion, Today

    Too often, progressive policies are difficult for Americans to understand, use and benefit from.

  80. Wedding Crashers Just Want to Have Some Fun Fashion, Today

    Ah, the reception. Free food. Free drinks. What’s not to love? Wait, says the couple: Who’s that stranger eating our food and drinking our alcohol?

  81. Palestinian Lives Don’t Matter* Opinion, Today

    *Unless Israel is to blame.

  82. Even in Grief, I Still Have Pride Opinion, Today

    Being part of the disability community means constantly losing friends and allies. I don’t expect that to change.

  83. New Zealand, John McCain, N.C.A.A. Tournament: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, Today

    Here’s what you need to know.

  84. Offensive History at the Museum of Natural History New York, Today

    Thursday: A diorama at the American Museum of Natural History was labeled to highlight the inaccuracies it perpetuated.

  85. Doomed Boeing Jets Lacked 2 Safety Features That Company Sold Only as Extras Business, Today

    Airlines had to pay more for two optional upgrades that could warn pilots about sensor malfunctions. Boeing now plans to make one of the features standard.

  86. Trevor Noah Pillories Trump for ‘Beefing With a Dead Man’ Arts, Today

    The “Daily Show” host mocked the president for feuding with the late John McCain (“and losing,” he added).

  87. When Mae West Met Diane Arbus Arts, Today

    A new play by the Australian writer Stephen Sewell imagines an intriguing meeting of strong women.

  88. The Fight to Tame a Swelling River With Dams That May Be Outmatched by Climate Change Climate, Today

    Along the Missouri, John Remus controls a network of dams that dictates the fate of millions. ‘It was not designed to handle this.’

  89. In Honor of Seven Bridges Well, Today

    As a patient who grappled with an ostomy, I grieved the suicide of a 10-year-old whose family said he was bullied for having one.

  90. How to Not Ruin Your Life (or Just Die of Embarrassment) With a Screen Share Style, Today

    There are settings to help you avoid this. Here’s how to use them.

  91. The Kingdom and the Kushners: Jared Went to Riyadh. So Did His Brother. World, Today

    Jared Kushner, presidential adviser, and Josh Kushner, venture capitalist, both have ties to Saudi Arabia. Critics say that raises ethical questions.

  92. A Brooklyn Studio, for Starters Real Estate, Today

    After years of sharing rentals, a new buyer takes her savings to a fixer-upper in Kensington.

  93. New York Art Galleries: What to See Right Now Arts, Today

    Jonathan Gardner’s wry, lush and pleasurable paintings; Jae and Wadsworth Jarrell’s master works; two shows refiguring the future of new media; and Fin Simonetti on the myths of masculinity.

  94. 36 Hours in Hoi An Travel, Today

    This ancient town on the Vietnamese coast has charm, history and beauty to spare. It is also budget-friendly, and for foodies, a delight.

  95. Michael Steinhardt, a Leader in Jewish Philanthropy, Is Accused of a Pattern of Sexual Harassment New York, Today

    Several women said Mr. Steinhardt made sexual requests of them while they were relying on or seeking his support. He denies many of the actions attributed to him.

  96. Remember Chickenpox Parties? Kentucky Governor Says He Let His 9 Children Get the Virus U.S., Today

    Gov. Matt Bevin said he intentionally exposed his children to chickenpox. Of people who shun vaccines, he said, the government “should not be forcing this.”

  97. To Nosh or Not to Nosh: An Immigrant’s Dilemma Books, Today

    In Boris Fishman’s memoir, “Savage Feast,” mealtime is when all the rich and roiling contradictions of his Eastern European Jewish family come into play.

  98. I Deleted Facebook Last Year. Here’s What Changed (and What Didn’t). Technology, Today

    Our personal tech columnist didn’t lose touch with his true friends — but strange things did occur, including Instagram thinking he was a woman.

  99. I Deleted Facebook Last Year. Here’s What Changed (and What Didn’t). Technology, Today

    Our personal tech columnist didn’t lose touch with his true friends — but strange things did occur, including Instagram thinking he was a woman.

  100. Laila Lalami: By the Book Books, Today

    The author, most recently, of the novel “The Other Americans” first read Zora Neale Hurston five years ago: “I was knocked out by her eye for detail.”

  101. Is Trump Causing White Terrorism? Opinion, Today

    And what would a fair college admissions system look like?

  102. Sugary Drinks Tied to Shorter Life Span Well, Today

    “The optimal intake of these drinks is zero,” said one expert. “They have no health benefits.”

  103. What Legacy Do You Want to Leave Behind? The Learning Network, Today

    When your physical life ends, what do you hope people will say about you? What kind of impact do you want to have made on the world?

  104. The Sometimes Catastrophic, but Mostly Just Embarrassing Consequences of Screen Sharing at Work Style, Today

    If you’ve presented in a meeting, you know the potentially calamitous effects of projecting your laptop screen — your naked, interior world, that is — before unsuspecting co-workers.

  105. Beto O’Rourke Went to Iowa. What Do Iowans Think? Video, Today

    Beto O’Rourke, the former Texas congressman, has joined a crowded Democratic presidential field. We followed him as he tested his frenetic campaign style in Iowa, where the first caucus votes will be cast in February 2020.

  106. Explosion Rocks Industrial Zone in Eastern China World, Today

    There was no immediate word on casualties from the blast in Jiangsu Province, but videos online showed people who appeared to have been cut by glass and other debris.

  107. New Zealand Police Listed Wrong Person as Killed in Mosque Shooting World, Today

    An incorrect name was listed on a court document charging the suspect with murder, but legal experts said the mistake would not impede prosecution in the mass shooting.

  108. New Zealand Police Listed Wrong Person as Killed in Mosque Shooting World, Today

    An incorrect name was listed on a court document charging the suspect with murder, but legal experts said the mistake would not impede prosecution in the mass shooting.

  109. ‘What We Do in the Shadows’ Revisits a Tale That Refuses to Die Arts, Today

    Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi, creators of the original mockumentary, talk about the new TV adaptation and the hassles of never dying.

  110. Chronicling the Reasons Central Americans Migrate to the United States Lens, Today

    For half a decade, Fred Ramos has photographed the longstanding political, social and environmental crises that are driving migration in the region.

  111. Learning With: ‘Flooding in Mozambique From Cyclone Idai Made an “Inland Ocean,” Stalling Rescues’ The Learning Network, Today

    Southern Africa is devastated by a powerful cyclone and torrential flooding. What is being done to help the victims?

  112. Kentucky Brings a Different Kind of One-and-Done to the Tournament Sports, Today

    Reid Travis has a degree from Stanford but what he really wanted was Kentucky’s seal of basketball approval. So off to Lexington he went.

  113. Con Ed Cuts Off New Gas Hookups in New York Suburb New York, Today

    The move by the big utility in the New York suburbs has set off anger and panic among developers, threatening a real estate boom and creating uncertainty over jobs.

  114. $430 Million Deal The Learning Network, Today

    Is any athlete worth that amount of money?

  115. On Politics: Fed Says No Rate Increases in 2019 U.S., Today

    Jerome H. Powell, the Federal Reserve chairman, said interest rates would remain unchanged and provided a fairly downbeat economic assessment.

  116. Word + Quiz: valise The Learning Network, Today

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

  117. Mozambique, Brexit, New Zealand: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, Today

    Let us help you start your day.

  118. What’s on TV Thursday: ‘Network’ and Two Very Different Spy Movies Arts, Today

    Sidney Lumet’s “Network” airs on TCM. And it’s a night of Bourne and Bond.

  119. N.C.A.A. Men’s Tournament: St. John’s Is Bounced Out by Arizona State Sports, Today

    The Sun Devils earned their first tournament victory in 10 years.

  120. Jazz Clobber the Knicks Sports, Today

    It was the fifth straight lopsided victory for Utah.

  121. Las principales noticias del jueves Universal, Today

    Un campo sin trabajadores, tres países bajo el agua, teorías racistas y miel salvadora: lo que está sucediendo en América Latina y el mundo.

  122. A Deadly Blaze in the Alps Made a Biker a Hero and Tunnels Safer for All Business, Today

    Two decades ago, 39 people died inside the Mont Blanc Tunnel in a fire so horrific it changed safety standards forever. The truth eventually caught up to the legend of a man who rushed in.

  123. New Zealand to Ban Military-Style Semiautomatic Guns, Jacinda Ardern Says World, Yesterday

    The announcement on Thursday from New Zealand’s prime minister came less than a week after a massacre at two mosques in Christchurch.

  124. New Zealand to Ban Military-Style Semiautomatic Guns, Jacinda Ardern Says World, Yesterday

    The announcement on Thursday from New Zealand’s prime minister came less than a week after a massacre at two mosques in Christchurch.

  125. Movie With Graphic Violence Crosswords & Games, Yesterday

    Christopher Adams returns to scare the ever-loving you-know-what out of us.

  126. Hearing the Roar of Racism in ‘White Noise’ Theater, Yesterday

    In her enthralling study of interracial relationships, featuring a brilliant Daveed Diggs, Suzan-Lori Parks parses the lies we live by.

  127. For a Mike Trout, M.L.B. Flaunts Its Wealth. Average Players Reap Austerity. Sports, Yesterday

    Baseball is widely seen as a less appealing sport in comparison with the N.F.L. and N.B.A., but its revenues continue to climb at a healthy rate — outstripping the average gain in salaries.

  128. Quotation of the Day: An Iowa Town That Fought and Failed to Save a Levee Is Now Underwater Today’s Paper, Yesterday

    Quotation of the Day for Thursday, March 21, 2019.

  129. The Case for Expunging Criminal Records Opinion, Yesterday

    A new study shows the benefits of giving people a clean slate.

  130. Corrections: March 21, 2019 Corrections, Yesterday

    Corrections appearing in print on Thursday, March 21, 2019.

  131. Trump’s Misleading Claims on John McCain, Tanks and G.D.P. Growth U.S., Yesterday

    President Trump, speaking in Ohio, exaggerated his role in Mr. McCain’s funeral, mischaracterized the senator’s record on veterans issues and cited misleading statistics on the economy and tanks.

  132. Fact-Checking Trump’s Misleading Claims on McCain, Tanks and G.D.P. Growth U.S., Yesterday

    President Trump, speaking in Ohio, exaggerated his role in Mr. McCain’s funeral, mischaracterized the senator’s record on veterans issues and cited misleading statistics on the economy and tanks.

  133. Fact-Checking Trump’s Misleading Claims on McCain, Tanks and G.D.P. Growth U.S., Yesterday

    President Trump, speaking in Ohio, exaggerated his role in Mr. McCain’s funeral, mischaracterized the senator’s record on veterans issues and cited misleading statistics on the economy and tanks.

  134. Trump Says Mueller Report Should Be Made Public: ‘Let People See It’ U.S., Yesterday

    Mr. Trump has previously declined to commit to making the Mueller report public, but on Wednesday said the attorney general should “let it come out.”

  135. Trump Says Mueller Report Should Be Made Public: ‘Let People See It’ U.S., Yesterday

    Mr. Trump has previously declined to commit to making the Mueller report public, but on Wednesday said the attorney general should “let it come out.”

  136. Rick Steves Wants to Save the World, One Vacation at a Time Interactive, Yesterday

    The travel guru believes the tiniest exposure to other cultures will change Americans’ entire lives.

  137. It Was Just a Kayaking Trip. Until It Upended Our Lives. Interactive, Yesterday

    A weeklong trip in Alaska was supposed to be an adventure. In an instant, it became the experience that defined us all.

  138. There Is No Reason to Cross the U.S. by Train. But I Did It Anyway. Interactive, Yesterday

    The particular sheen of America by Amtrak.

  139. Border Patrol Facilities in Texas Are Overflowing, Prompting Mass Releases in Border Cities U.S., Yesterday

    Hundreds of migrants are arriving every day in Texas’s Rio Grande Valley, where officials are scrambling to house and feed them.

  140. Border Patrol Facilities in Texas Are Overflowing, Prompting Mass Releases in Border Cities U.S., Yesterday

    Hundreds of migrants are arriving every day in Texas’s Rio Grande Valley, where officials are scrambling to house and feed them.

  141. New Zealand Shows the U.S. What Leadership Looks Like Opinion, Yesterday

    Other nations’ leaders learn from experience. But Congress and President Trump refuse to act on guns.

  142. Well, Socialism Couldn’t Give Us Trump Opinion, Yesterday

    What this country needs is a president who knows how to default.

  143. Back in Mets’ Fold, David Wright Yearns to Help Build a Winner Sports, Yesterday

    The owner Fred Wilpon recruited Wright, who was forced to retire last fall because of chronic injuries, to join other former players as part of a front-office brain trust.

  144. Rescuers Battle Flooding in Desperate Bid to Save Cyclone Victims World, Yesterday

    Nearly a week after southern Africa was hit by one the worst natural disasters in decades, it was all rescue workers could do to try to reach the victims.

  145. Days After Cyclone Idai, Rescuers Battle to Save Victims World, Yesterday

    Nearly a week after southern Africa was hit by one the worst natural disasters in decades, it was all rescue workers could do to try to reach the flooding victims.

  146. ‘Us’ Review: Jordan Peele’s Creepy Latest Turns a Funhouse Mirror on Us Movies, Yesterday

    The director of “Get Out” returns with a horror movie about a family terrorized by weird doubles. A dazzling Lupita Nyong’o heads up the terrific cast.

  147. ‘Us’ Review: Jordan Peele’s Creepy Latest Turns a Funhouse Mirror on Us Movies, Yesterday

    The director of “Get Out” returns with a horror movie about a family terrorized by weird doubles. A dazzling Lupita Nyong’o heads up the terrific cast.

  148. Italian Driver Sets School Bus on Fire After Kidnapping Students World, Yesterday

    The driver held 51 seventh-graders hostage and set the bus on fire. All the hostages were rescued.

  149. Ethiopian Airlines Installed Max 8 Simulator, but Pilot on Doomed Flight Didn’t Get Training World, Yesterday

    While Ethiopian Airlines was among the first to install the Boeing 737 Max 8 simulator, the captain of Flight 302 had not trained on the simulator.

  150. Ethiopian Airlines Had a Max 8 Simulator, but Pilot on Doomed Flight Didn’t Receive Training On It World, Yesterday

    While Ethiopian Airlines was among the first to install the Boeing 737 Max 8 simulator, the captain of Flight 302 had not trained on the simulator.

  151. Serial Sex Offenders Are a Big Problem on Subways. Should They Be Banned for Life? New York, Yesterday

    “We have individuals who, literally, since the 1980s have been committing sexual offenses on the trains,” an official said. Now, a bill would ban them from New York’s subways.

  152. What Happens When Lawmakers Run Out of Abortion Restrictions to Pass Opinion, Yesterday

    Many states are suddenly considering heartbeat bills, which would make it virtually impossible to get an abortion. That’s no accident.

  153. Florida Republicans Push to Make Ex-Felons Pay Fees Before They Can Vote U.S., Yesterday

    Supporters say the measure is meant to resolve confusion. Opponents contend it would undermine an amendment approved by voters in November.

  154. An Iowa Town Fought and Failed to Save a Levee. Then Came the Flood. U.S., Yesterday

    Hamburg residents held back the Missouri River in 2011, then had to take down the makeshift levee that saved them. Much of the town is now under water.

  155. Federal Reserve, Floods, N.C.A.A.: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing Briefing, Yesterday

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  156. The Evolution of ISIS: From a State to a Sliver World, Yesterday

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  157. The Evolution of ISIS: From a State to a Sliver World, Yesterday

    Thousands of fighters remain in the region, but they have gone underground, carrying out quick strikes in the region and continuing to promote their ideology worldwide.

  158. The Evolution of ISIS: From a State to a Sliver World, Yesterday

    Thousands of fighters remain in the region, but they have gone underground, carrying out quick strikes in the region and continuing to promote their ideology worldwide.

  159. The Evolution of ISIS: From a Rogue State to a Tiny Sliver World, Yesterday

    Thousands of fighters remain in the region, but they have gone underground, carrying out quick strikes in the region and continuing to promote their ideology worldwide.

  160. Randy Jackson, a Fence-Clearing Footnote to Baseball History, Dies at 93 Obituaries, Yesterday

    In the next-to-last game of the 1957 season, he became the last Brooklyn Dodger to hit a home run before the team moved to Los Angeles.

  161. How Companies Learned to Stop Fearing Trump’s Twitter Wrath U.S., Yesterday

    Two years into President Trump’s term, many businesses appear to be increasingly prioritizing their balance sheets over political backlash caused by his efforts to compel them to build and hire.

  162. After Devin Nunes Sues @DevinCow, the Twitter Parody Gains a Half-Million Followers U.S., Yesterday

    When the California congressman sued Twitter and several users, the cow account had 1,200 followers. It quickly surpassed his own following.

  163. A Painting Looted by and Returned to Nazis Finally Goes to Its Jewish Owners Arts, Yesterday

    The painting, “View of a Dutch Square,” had been bought by St. Victor’s Cathedral in Xanten without knowing that it had been looted, in 1963.

  164. Months After John McCain’s Death, Trump Keeps Feud With Him Alive U.S., Yesterday

    The president said he gave the Arizona senator “the funeral he wanted, and I didn’t get ‘thank you,’” escalating attacks on Mr. McCain that began over the weekend.

  165. Netanyahu Presses Pompeo on Israeli Sovereignty of Golan Heights World, Yesterday

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu raised the issue during a visit by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, whose agency no longer says the territory is “occupied.”

  166. Troubled Vice Unit in Ohio That Arrested Stormy Daniels Is Shut Down U.S., Yesterday

    The police unit, in Columbus, Ohio, has become the subject of a federal corruption investigation. Last week, one of the unit’s detectives was indicted on federal charges.

  167. As College Consulting Expands, Are High School Counselors Advocates or Adversaries? U.S., Yesterday

    With the expansion of private admissions coaching, some counselors feel sidelined, or fear their students won’t be treated fairly.

  168. Overlooked No More: Elizabeth Peratrovich, Rights Advocate for Alaskan Natives Obituaries, Yesterday

    Peratrovich and her husband rallied Natives to ensure the passage of the 1945 Anti-Discrimination Act, the first anti-discrimination law in the United States.

  169. ‘Dragged Across Concrete’ Review: The Evil That Men Do (Repeatedly) Movies, Yesterday

    This neo-exploitation potboiler about brutal men on both sides of the law stars Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn, and traffics in sordid, ugly shocks.

  170. New Paid Apple News Service Said to Feature Wall Street Journal Technology, Yesterday

    The New York Times and The Washington Post are among the publishers that opted out of the subscription service because of its terms, two people familiar with the plans said.

  171. Pentagon Opens Internal Inquiry of Acting Defense Chief’s Ties to Boeing U.S., Yesterday

    Patrick M. Shanahan’s relationship with his former employers, and complaints that he disparaged Boeing competitors while at the Pentagon, have come under scrutiny.

  172. Pentagon Opens Internal Inquiry of Acting Defense Chief’s Ties to Boeing U.S., Yesterday

    Patrick M. Shanahan’s relationship with his former employers, and complaints that he disparaged Boeing competitors while at the Pentagon, have come under scrutiny.

  173. A Twin Inside a Twin: In Colombia, an Extraordinary Birth Health, Yesterday

    What appeared to be a cyst in a healthy fetus turned out to be an unformed twin “absorbed” early in pregnancy, connected by a second umbilical cord and still growing.

  174. Top E.U. Coalition Suspends Party Led by Orban, Hungary’s Leader World, Yesterday

    The move endangers the European Parliament’s most powerful political alliance — one that has shielded the Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orban, as he has dismantled checks on his power.

  175. Listen: Catherine O’Hara Reads ‘Another Voice Had Come Between Us’ Style, Yesterday

    On this week’s Modern Love podcast, the “Schitt’s Creek” actress reads an essay about jealousy and a GPS.

  176. Oklahoma Sheriff and Deputies Resign Over ‘Dangerous’ Jail Conditions U.S., Yesterday

    The sheriff cited a carbon monoxide leak and a list of other dangers in announcing that she, five of her deputies and other staff members were stepping down.

  177. Giant Military Contract Has a Hitch: A Little-Known Entrepreneur Technology, Yesterday

    Deap Ubhi has spent his tech career bouncing around. Now he’s tangled up in a little battle over one of the biggest government I.T. contracts in history.

  178. Russia Changes Economic Reporting. The Results Improve. World, Yesterday

    The state statistics agency has halted monthly publication of personal income data, which had been downbeat for years. A flurry of optimistic economic data has followed.

  179. A Billionaire’s Housewarming Party for 13,000 Fancy New Yorkers Style, Yesterday

    The rich and famous came out for the V.I.P. opening of Hudson Yards. And a grueling film about a terrorist attack at a hotel.

  180. Coco Rocha, Anne Hathaway and Marla Maples at the Hudson Yards V.I.P. Opening Slideshow, Yesterday

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  181. ‘Florida Is Tired of Being a Cheap Date’: Andrew Gillum Wants to Help Democrats Win in 2020 U.S., Yesterday

    In an interview, the former mayor and rising Democratic star confirms he’s not running for president, and outlines his plans to mobilize Florida voters for the election.

  182. Chop Up a Worm. It Will Regenerate. Scientists Figured Out Why. Science, Yesterday

    Researchers identified the master control gene that enables worms to grow a new body, capturing the imagination of some humans looking for a fresh start.

  183. Want to Use Less Plastic? Our Readers Have Ideas Climate, Yesterday

    Also this week: A student in Hawaii brings the climate protests to his hometown.

  184. For Clues to Howard Schultz’s Leadership, Look Beyond Starbucks U.S., Yesterday

    Mr. Schultz, a possible presidential contender, is best known for his wildly successful coffee company. But his time as an N.B.A. owner left a very different legacy.

  185. Daughter of Departing Kazakhstan President May Succeed Him World, Yesterday

    Dariga Nazarbayeva boosted her chance of following her father as president, but a messy divorce and the lurid death of her former husband might get in the way.

  186. Barbara Hammer, Filmmaker of Lesbian Sexuality, Dies at 79 Obituaries, Yesterday

    After Ms. Hammer came out in the 1970s, her films took a provocative and influential turn. “One of my goals,” she said, “was to put a lesbian on camera.”

  187. Tulum Hot Spot Plants Itself in SoHo Style, Yesterday

    The Gitano Jungle Room and its large disco ball find a permanent home at the James Hotel SoHo.

  188. Which Spring Trends to Try First? Style, Yesterday

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  189. New Zealand, Lion Air, Mozambique: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, Yesterday

    Let us help you start your day.

  190. Condemned to Repeat the History of Bank Failures? Opinion, Yesterday

    The 2008 crisis showed what happens when financial regulation is weakened while the economy is strong. The Trump administration is doing it again.

  191. ‘Gone by Tonight’: Trump, Maps in Hand, Predicts the Collapse of ISIS U.S., Yesterday

    President Trump updated an earlier assertion that the territory held by the group in Syria was “100 percent” reclaimed, despite reports of continuing fighting.

  192. ‘Gone by Tonight’: Trump, Maps in Hand, Predicts the Collapse of ISIS U.S., Yesterday

    President Trump updated an earlier assertion that the territory held by the group in Syria was “100 percent” reclaimed, despite reports of continuing fighting.

  193. Could New York City Get Real Casinos? State Leaders Are Listening New York, Yesterday

    With upstate casinos struggling and the state facing budget woes, a plan to allow full-fledged casinos in New York City is being weighed as a solution.

  194. An Important Vote for the Climate Opinion, Yesterday

    Local officials across the country will have a chance to vote on new energy efficiency standards for buildings. But few tend to vote, which could put the outcome in jeopardy.

  195. The White-Extinction Conspiracy Theory Is Bonkers Opinion, Yesterday

    The New Zealand attacker wanted you to think white people face existential decline. They don’t.

  196. A User Guide for Your Knees Interactive, Yesterday

    A knee is designed to withstand millions of steps during a lifetime, but sometimes all that stress can have ill effects. Here’s how to care for and use your knees for many years to come.

  197. Andre Williams, 82, Dies; Sang of Bacon Fat and Tail Feathers Obituaries, Yesterday

    An earthy R&B performer, he began his career in the 1950s, was sidelined by addiction, then was rediscovered in the ’90s by punk and garage rockers.

  198. Ford to Build Self-Driving Vehicles in Michigan Business, Yesterday

    The automaker also said it would build electric vehicles at its existing plant in Flat Rock, Mich., as part of a plan to invest $900 million in manufacturing in the state.

  199. Ford to Build Self-Driving Vehicles in Michigan Business, Yesterday

    The automaker also said it would build electric vehicles at its existing plant in Flat Rock, Mich., as part of a plan to invest $900 million in manufacturing in the state.

  200. So I Thought I Couldn’t Dance Style, Yesterday

    Wherein our wellness columnist learns that all she needed was a little choreography from the experts.

  201. A Poet Remembers Her Impulsive Trip Into a Civil War Books, Yesterday

    In her new memoir, Carolyn Forché tells the story of how a stranger’s suggestion that she visit El Salvador in the late 1970s changed the course of her art and her life.

  202. Obama-Era Oil Leases Broke the Law by Not Assessing Climate Impact, Judge Rules Climate, Yesterday

    The decision could present a threat to President Trump’s agenda to quickly expand oil and gas drilling by offering opponents a roadmap to legal challenges.

  203. Six Up-and-Coming Collectible Watches for Your Bonus Check Style, Yesterday

    There are still bargains to be had in collectible timepieces, dealers say. At your own risk!

  204. N.B.A. Size? Check. N.B.A. Future? That’s More Complicated. Sports, Yesterday

    Central Florida’s Tacko Fall and Florida State’s Christ Koumadje have the stunning size that teams used to love. But the N.B.A. may no longer covet what they’re offering.

  205. Watches Are Yet Another Easy Way Rich People Make Their Money Into More Money Style, Yesterday

    The high-end watch market is a strong investment vehicle for wealthy people.

  206. John Doyle to Direct ‘Assassins’ at Classic Stage Company Theater, Yesterday

    Mr. Doyle will also helm a production of “Macbeth” in a season that focuses on gothic horror, too, with “Dracula” and “Frankenstein.”

  207. The Surprising Appeal of Leather Scents for Spring T Magazine, Yesterday

    A mainstay in heady colognes and after-shaves, leather is being reworked in unexpectedly light, refreshing fragrances.

  208. Ronaldo and Juventus Will Avoid U.S. Amid Rape Investigation Sports, Yesterday

    Organizers of a high-profile summer tournament have decided to send Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus to Asia this summer, fearing he risks being detained in the U.S. as part of a rape investigation.

  209. Ronaldo and Juventus Will Avoid U.S. Amid Rape Investigation Sports, Yesterday

    Organizers of a high-profile summer tournament have decided to send Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus to Asia this summer, fearing he risks being detained in the U.S. as part of a rape investigation.

  210. Nina Simone and Ritchie Valens Songs Added to National Recording Registry Arts, Yesterday

    “Mississippi Goddam,” “La Bamba” and the Jay-Z album “The Blueprint” were among the 25 recordings chosen by the Library of Congress.

  211. In Andrew Yang, the Internet Finds a Meme-Worthy Candidate Technology, Yesterday

    Mr. Yang’s presidential campaign has catapulted out of obscurity thanks in part to a devoted online following, including some fans he’d rather not have.

  212. Indian Court Acquits Four Men Accused in Deadly 2007 Train Bombing World, Yesterday

    Observers in India immediately framed the verdict in stark terms: as a win for Hindu extremists, or a decision that disproved their existence.

  213. Visit the New Celine. Or Is It the New Old Celine? Style, Yesterday

    Hedi Slimane’s vision for the house is on display at the new Madison Avenue store.