24 Hours of NYT News


  1. Channing Dungey, First Black Entertainment Executive at a Major Network, Is Leaving ABC Business, Today

    Ms. Dungey was thrust into the spotlight earlier this year when the network made the sudden decision to cancel “Roseanne” after the show’s star, Roseanne Barr, sent a racist tweet.

  2. The Criterion Collection Will Return Online in Spring 2019 Culture, Today

    The art-house home video distribution company has announced a new free-standing streaming site, following the demise of FilmStruck.

  3. How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is Bringing Her Instagram Followers Into the Political Process Express, Today

    The incoming congresswoman has given her followers the type of behind-the-scenes look at congressional orientation that’s not usually broadcast.

  4. How Facebook Has Handled Recent Scandals Letters, Today

    An investigative piece about missteps by Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg led readers to discuss profits, privacy and the public interest.

  5. ‘Digital Renaissance’ Argues Consumers of Media Never Had It So Good. Is That the Case? Business, Today

    Joel Waldfogel’s new book concludes that the massive disruption the internet has wrought on the creative industries has created a pop culture renaissance.

  6. The Saudi Crisis Offers an Opportunity Letters, Today

    A former United Nations official says questions have arisen about the kingdom’s usefulness as an ally.

  7. Praise for Nancy Pelosi: An ‘Accomplished Warrior’ Letters, Today

    A reader urges Democrats not to deny her the speakership in response to Republican smear campaigns.

  8. A President With Values Like Jell-O Letters, Today

    A reader is pleased by President Trump’s backing of criminal justice reform, but warns of his tendency to listen to the last person he spoke to.

  9. Glenn Lowry, MoMA Director, Will Continue Through 2025 Culture, Today

    The museum leader had suggested he would retire after the expanded museum building opens in 2019. He will stay in his post for seven more years.

  10. Seeking Asylum at the Border: Victims, Not Criminals Letters, Today

    An advocacy group discusses the case of gender-based persecution.

  11. Tracking the Dangerous Smoke Plume From the California Fires Interactive, Today

    An interactive map, updated every six hours, shows where the smoke, and health risk, is most intense.

  12. Trump Calls China’s List of Trade Concessions ‘Not Acceptable’ Washington, Today

    The president said that China had offered to make some changes to its trade practices, but that the list did not go far enough to resolve the United States’ concerns.

  13. Three Percent Cash Back for a Few, and Less Debt for Many Business, Today

    Zero Financial will cut you off if your balance gets too low, like a debit card. But it gives you lots of cash back, like a credit card. Will it work?

  14. Zhores Medvedev, 93, Dissident Scientist Who Felt Moscow’s Boot, Is Dead Obits, Today

    A biologist and writer who dared to challenge Soviet pseudoscience, he was declared insane, confined to an institution and stripped of his citizenship.

  15. At Last, ‘Endgame’ Opens: The Week in Classical Music Culture, Today

    The premiere of Gyorgy Kurtag's Beckett-inspired opera in Milan and the White Light Festival at Lincoln Center were among the highlights.

  16. In ‘Enemies,’ There’s No Doubt Who’s the Enemy in Chief Culture, Today

    A Showtime documentary series, directed in part by Alex Gibney, traces the often fraught relationship between the American presidency and the F.B.I.

  17. Google Cloud Executive Who Sought Pentagon Contract Steps Down Business, Today

    Diane Greene, who has run Google Cloud for three years, will be replaced by a former Oracle executive.

  18. Artist and Former Aide Sue Each Other Over Sex Harassment Claim Culture, Today

    Cody Gilman, the aide, says in a suit that he was sexually abused. Mr. Bleckner says it’s a false accusation designed to secure a legal settlement.

  19. What the Dutch Can Teach Us About Wildfires Op Ed, Today

    They’re becoming a part of life in the West. But that doesn’t mean they have to be so destructive.

  20. Trump Says He’ll Nominate Andrew Wheeler to Head the E.P.A. Climate, Today

    The president made the announcement while leading a Presidential Medal of Freedom ceremony at the White House.

  21. How and When to Talk to Your Children About Money Business, Today

    Financial consulting experts say families need to approach these conversations with a plan and a willingness to listen as much as talk.

  22. Jerry Ohlinger, Colorful Dealer in Film Memorabilia, Dies at 75 Obits, Today

    Mr. Ohlinger’s Movie Material Store in Manhattan was famous for its whimsical clutter and its vast collection of posters and stills.

  23. Air Quality in California: Devastating Fire Leads to a New Danger National, Today

    A week after the most destructive fire in state history ripped through this small town, the flames have been replaced by a new danger: the air.

  24. In Turkey, Mourning the Dissident Khashoggi While Cracking Down on Dissent Foreign, Today

    Arab dissidents, journalists and activists honored Jamal Khashoggi in one of Istanbul’s holiest mosques on Friday. But across the city, the police made a new round of arrests.

  25. Grace Period for Student Loans Is Ending, and Bills Are Coming Due Business, Today

    Now, say advocates for borrowers, is the time to figure out what new graduates owe and to whom and whether they need to adjust the payment amounts.

  26. William Goldman: What to Read by (and About) the Legendary Screenwriter Culture, Today

    Goldman’s legacy would have been assured had he only written screenplays. But he was much more, not least a sharp-witted critic of the industries he knew best.

  27. McConnell Tells Trump a Criminal Justice Bill Is Not Likely This Year Washington, Today

    Mitch McConnell, who as majority leader controls the Senate floor, delivered the news in a meeting at the White House in which he told the president that the bill would eat up too much time.

  28. A ‘Lyricist of the Metal Nib’: Nicholson Baker considers the intricate art of Saul Steinberg Book Review, Today

    In this excerpt from the introduction to a new edition of Saul Steinberg’s 1960 book, “The Labyrinth,” the novelist celebrates the artist as a “twirler of nonverbal non sequiturs.”

  29. ‘Not a Soul Taking Control’: How a Storm in the New York Area Upended the Night Metro, Today

    As residents recovered and demanded an explanation, The Times asked readers to share their experiences. We’re continuing to collect information and provide updates as they become available.

  30. In 2018, Where Does Victoria’s Secret Stand? Styles, Today

    The lingerie company has clung to the idea that women should look sexy for men. And sales are plummeting.

  31. Beyond Battles, Boogers and Pranks Book Review, Today

    Now that my son can read, I want him to seek out books about more than just winning things and getting easy laughs. Why does that seem hard?

  32. What Is America’s Role in the World? Three Authors Offer Very Different Views Book Review, Today

    In new books, Jeffrey Sachs looks beyond exceptionalism, Michael Beckley describes unrivaled power and Robert Kagan favors pragmatic leadership.

  33. Two Spies, Two Opposing Sides, One Fast Friendship Book Review, Today

    In “Best of Enemies,” Gus Russo and Eric Dezenhall tell the story of Jack Platt and Gennady Vasilenko, covert agents who played by their own rules.

  34. What the Lion Air Pilots May Have Needed to Do to Avoid a Crash Interactive, Today

    The rapid series of steps that may have been needed to save the plane were not in the manual, and the pilots had not been trained on them.

  35. De Blasio Ousts Investigations Chief, Citing Abuse of Power Metro, Today

    The mayor on Friday removed Mark Peters, New York City’s chief watchdog, a personnel move rarely seen at City Hall.

  36. Florida’s Senate Race Heads to the Wire in a Manual Recount National, Today

    A manual recount was underway in two still-undecided statewide elections in Florida, including the race for the Senate.

  37. A Dystopian America Where a Woman Who Can Read and Write Wields Special Power Book Review, Today

    Alyson Hagy’s new novel, “Scribe,” draws on Appalachian folk tales to fashion a mythic vision of a war-torn country that doubles as an allegory about storytelling.

  38. What Constitutes a Foreigner? Two Story Collections Explore Book Review, Today

    Anita Felicelli’s “Love Songs for a Lost Continent” paints the outsider’s experience with a surrealist brush, while “Useful Phrases for Immigrants,” by May-Lee Chai, finds magic in the quotidian.

  39. A Long-Lost Symphonic Love Story Is Told Again Culture, Today

    A new edition of Julius Eastman’s Symphony No. 2, dedicated to a former lover in the early 1980s, will have its premiere by the Mannes Orchestra.

  40. Puzzles and Paradoxes: Marilyn Stasio’s Latest Crime Column Book Review, Today

    From a meticulous Japanese sleuth to a rough-edged Irish P.I. to a batch of quintessentially British cops, there’s a crime solver here for everyone.

  41. Letters to the Editor Book Review, Today

    Readers respond to recent issues of the Sunday Book Review.

  42. Add a Bit More Green to Your Fall Diet Dining, Today

    This salad puts hearty spinach leaves to work alongside marinated tofu and a dressing that takes cues from Japan.

  43. Ezra Miller’s Outfits and More: 7 Things to Know From the Week in Pop Culture Culture, Today

    What you need to know from today’s TV, music and movie news this week.

  44. The Market’s Been Falling. I’m Putting My Money in Stocks Anyway. Sunday Business, Today

    Despite mediocre returns lately, our columnist is investing for the long run. But he worries like everyone else.

  45. Michael B. Jordan Is Finally in Control. Now What? Culture, Today

    “Black Panther” has brought him Oscar buzz and “Creed II” could be another big hit. Still, he’s restless.

  46. Chinese City Bans Daytime Dog Walking in a Crackdown on Canines Foreign, Today

    New rules in Hangzhou also banned large breeds and led to the confiscation of unlicensed dogs.

  47. The Past, Present and Future of Jews in America Books, Today

    Gal Beckerman discusses several new books that touch on American Jewish identity, and Kiese Laymon talks about his new memoir, “Heavy.”

  48. Is Mike Pence Loyal? Trump Is Asking, Despite His Recent Endorsement Washington, Today

    President Trump has repeated the question so many times that he has alarmed some of his advisers. But Mr. Trump has not openly suggested dropping Mr. Pence from the ticket in 2020.

  49. Notes From the Book Review Archives Books, Today

    In which we consult the Book Review’s past to shed light on the books of the present. This week: Robert B. Irwin on “talking books.”

  50. What to Eat (Besides the Feast) Food, Today

    Sheet-pan chicken, roasted salmon, pesto pasta and a bonus applesauce cake from the cookbook author Julia Turshen.

  51. On the Page and Out Loud, Two Actors Recount Very Different Paths Book Review, Today

    "My Squirrel Days” is the upbeat tale of Ellie Kemper’s hard-won Hollywood career, and “Out of My Mind” relives Alan Arkin’s spiritual journey. Both authors recite their own audiobooks.

  52. The Playlist: Mariah Carey Issues a Warning, and 12 More New Songs Arts, Today

    Hear new tracks by Karen O and Danger Mouse, 2 Chainz, Sade and others.

  53. Why Aren’t People Buying Much Fiction These Days? Books, Today

    Sales of novels may be flagging, but nonfiction sales — fed by a seemingly endless stream of political books — are robust.

  54. When a Colleague Makes More Money Doing the Same Job Business, Today

    A worker’s manager was demoted and now performs the same duties she does — but for higher pay. Can the former subordinate find a way to get a raise as a result?

  55. American Missing in Mexico Was Killed by Drug Cartel Member, Officials Say World, Today

    A teacher’s disappearance last month baffled his family and friends. Mexican officials now describe “a cowardly and brutal murder, of a totally innocent person.”

  56. Poet and Punk: Patti Smith’s New Audiobook Books, Today

    “Patti Smith at the Minetta Lane: Words and Music” showcases her songs, her memoirs and her verse.

  57. ‘Master Race’ Original Art Sells for $600,000 Arts, Today

    Work from an acclaimed comic book story about the Holocaust was sold to a foundation wanting to share graphic arts with the public.

  58. Decades of Fake News, Courtesy of the Kremlin Opinion, Today

    Videos about Russia’s disinformation operations inspired one reader to draw a humorous map — “my way of shrinking my fright” — while others expressed their fears in our comments.

  59. Two New Audiobooks Inspire Teenagers to Make Real Change Books, Today

    Both “We Are Not Yet Equal” and “We Say #NeverAgain” shine a spotlight on social justice issues.

  60. Carmelo Anthony: The Square-Peg Superstar Sports, Today

    Another N.B.A. chapter ends poorly for Anthony, who always seems to be unable, or unwilling, to fit in.

  61. As Brexit Options Dwindle, New Momentum for a 2nd Referendum World, Today

    Theresa May’s plan for Britain to leave the European Union looks unlikely to get through Parliament, leaving few options. That makes a second referendum a real prospect.

  62. British Austerity Is ‘Inflicting Unnecessary Misery,’ U.N. Poverty Expert Says World, Today

    Conservative policies are directly linked to a rise in poverty, and the country’s leadership is in “a state of denial.”

  63. Swing Doctors? Top L.P.G.A. Players Prefer to Heal Themselves Sports, Today

    More and more women’s pros are eschewing coaches. The secret, they say, is knowing your own swing.

  64. ‘Narcos: Mexico’ Premiere Recap: ‘It Doesn’t Have a Happy Ending’ Arts, Today

    The newest iteration of “Narcos” takes the audience back in time to Guadalajara in 1985, to the beginnings of a drug war that still hasn’t ended.

  65. The Thanksgiving Leftovers Everyone Forgets Food, Today

    What to do with the extra ingredients we stuff into our refrigerators before Thanksgiving.

  66. A 92-Year-Old’s ‘Endgame’ Opera Is Patiently Perfect Arts, Today

    Gyorgy Kurtag’s adaptation of Beckett’s play has been a decade in the making, and it stands with the best music of his career.

  67. A Novel About the Death Camps, Brought to Vivid Life in Audio Books, Today

    The British actor Richard Armitage delivers a masterly reading of Heather Morris’s World War II story, “The Tattooist of Auschwitz.”

  68. Greek Leader’s Efforts to Loosen Church-State Ties Are Met With Skepticism World, Today

    Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras wants to remove clerics from Greece’s civil service, raising concerns about job security and even national identity.

  69. Sarah Jessica Parker, Casey Spooner and Ricky Gervais at Last Week’s Galas Slideshow, Today

    Benefits were held for the Aspen Institute, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Humane Society.

  70. Who Will Make the N.F.L. Playoffs? Here’s Your Guide Sports, Today

    The Rams, Chiefs, Patriots, Steelers and Saints are all but guaranteed to be in the postseason. But what about the others?

  71. The Newest Weapon in Sri Lankan Politics: Chile Powder in the Eyes World, Today

    For several weeks, the island nation has been paralyzed by a three-way duel involving its top leaders. Friday was yet another day of chaos in Parliament.

  72. New York City Needs Amazon as Much as Amazon Needs Us Opinion, Today

    Wall Street has dominated New York’s economy for too long. Amazon’s HQ2 is a huge opportunity to diversify.

  73. America Is Blaming Pregnant Women for Their Own Deaths Opinion, Today

    What is it like to face dying during childbirth in the richest country in the world in the 21st century?

  74. Not Burned, but Suffocated Opinion, Today

    Like much of wildfire-ravaged Northern California, my hometown is engulfed in a smoky, hazardous haze.

  75. Paralysis and Anguish: How a Meeting of Bishops Ended With No Action on Sex Abuse U.S., Today

    As Catholics withhold donations and even leave the church, American bishops have delayed passing accountability measures on sexual abuse.

  76. Notre Dame Is Good and Lucky and … Notre Dame Sports, Today

    The Irish are no longer unique. But when the schedule falls just right, they can be Notre Dame all over again. Two wins from the playoff.

  77. If Gaza Brings Down Netanyahu’s Government, Can He Rise Again? World, Today

    Already facing possible bribery charges, Israel’s prime minister, a political survivor, is grappling with political fallout over his handling of Gaza.

  78. The Chart That Shows Some of the Biggest Midterm Surprises Opinion, Today

    In ballot measure results, red states voted for progressive goals like Medicaid expansion and blue states voted against proposals to protect the environment.

  79. Los Angeles Times Names Two Restaurant Critics to Replace Jonathan Gold Food, Today

    Bill Addison of the website Eater and Patricia Escárcega of The Arizona Republic will join the newspaper as it seeks to expand its food coverage.

  80. 8 Spectacular Pies That Taste as Good as They Look Dining, Today

    Vibrant fillings, bold finishes — here are brilliant new pies to make for Thanksgiving.

  81. To Gauge Concerns About Brexit, Look at British Bonds Business, Today

    The best sign that investors have had enough of the United Kingdom would be when both its currency and bonds weaken at the same time.

  82. A Juul Case for $5,000? Styles, Today

    Smokers are customizing their trendy vape pens with purple glitter, fake designer labels and even 18-karat gold.

  83. Debunking Stereotypes Around Veterans and PTSD Magazine, Today

    Readers tell us about the stereotypes they have encountered around veterans and post-traumatic stress disorder, and the ways in which they have challenged them.

  84. Jude Law Comes Out as the Young Dumbledore Arts & Leisure, Today

    The actor on the gay icon in “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald,” his unreleased Woody Allen film and the mixed blessing of looking like Jude Law.

  85. Young Star of ‘White Boy Rick’ Was Discovered in the Principal’s Office Styles, Today

    Richie Merritt, 17, makes his acting debut opposite Matthew McConaughey in a crime drama. A second movie is already lined up.

  86. CNN’s Jim Acosta Must Have White House Credentials Restored, Judge Rules Business, Today

    The case, CNN v. Donald J. Trump, had come to symbolize the deeply dysfunctional dynamic between Mr. Trump and the White House press corps.

  87. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, Today

    There’s plenty to do before the holiday coming up: Make some cranberry sauce, stock, pie dough — maybe some cornbread stuffing.

  88. Alkaline Water Makes a Big Splash Styles, Today

    Move over, artisanal water. In our quest for the healthiest, most hydrating drink, alkaline water continues to have its moment.

  89. William Goldman, Screenwriting Star and Hollywood Skeptic, Dies at 87 Obits, Today

    He won Oscars for “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” and “All the President’s Men.” But his jaundiced view of the movie business was well known.

  90. Trump Awards Medals of Freedom to Elvis, Babe Ruth and Miriam Adelson Washington, Today

    Among famous figures in sports, entertainment and politics, one honoree stands out: Miriam Adelson, a prominent Republican donor and wife of Sheldon Adelson.

  91. One Building, Three Looks Real Estate, Today

    A new condominium in Long Island City has sections that feature distinct architectural styles: industrial metal, old-school brick and curtain wall glass.

  92. From Encyclopedic Collector to ‘Wikipedian-at-Large’ Foreign, Today

    Mike Dickison was a museum curator when he turned to another form of curating, teaching fellow New Zealanders how to beef up their country’s presence on the website.

  93. The New York Area Was Nearly Paralyzed by 6 Inches of Snow. What Went Wrong? Metro, Today

    An early snowstorm led to recriminations and second-guessing on Friday about what exactly went wrong.

  94. The New York Area Was Nearly Paralyzed by 6 Inches of Snow. What Went Wrong? Metro, Today

    An early snowstorm led to recriminations and second-guessing on Friday about what exactly went wrong.

  95. KaPow! The Super-Sheroes That Stan Lee Created Express, Today

    The comic book revolutionary, who died this week, pushed against the trope that women in comics should be only victims or vixens by creating strong female characters with their own agendas.

  96. Disney Is Spending More on Theme Parks Than It Did on Pixar, Marvel and Lucasfilm Combined Interactive, Today

    The company is spending billions to supercharge its theme park division, which has emerged as a surprisingly strong moneymaker.

  97. The Latest Trends in Home Security Real Estate, Today

    New technology lets you use your cellphone to buzz people into your building or turn off the stove. You can even get a robot to patrol your apartment complex.

  98. Real Estate Technology: Try, Try Again Real Estate, Today

    Stackable apartments. Robotic valets. Infrared spas. The future has arrived, haltingly, and this time will be different. Maybe.

  99. When Puccini Came, Saw and Conquered New York City Arts & Leisure, Today

    We take a look at Puccini’s visits and premieres, as his “Il Trittico” returns to the Metropolitan Opera, where it had its premiere a century ago.

  100. California Today: In Chico, Feeding Fire Evacuees and Emergency Workers National, Today

    Friday: Volunteers help serve meals, President Trump plans to tour wildfire damage, and the Cal Band visits The San Francisco Chronicle ahead of the Big Game.

  101. The Week in Tech: Amazon Finally Makes an HQ2 Decision Business, Today

    The internet retailer took 14 months to decide on a second headquarters. Surprise! There will be two of them, and skeptics have plenty to chew on.

  102. The Flowy Freedom of ‘Fantasque’ Culture, Today

    The joyful finale of John Heginbotham’s “Fantasque,” set to music by Respighi, reminds the dancer Lindsey Jones of the “flowy freedom” of Isadora Duncan.

  103. The Brexit Fantasy Comes Due Op Ed, Today

    And Facebook's top management comes in for withering criticism.

  104. Tu resumen de noticias del viernes Universal, Today

    Inflación y bombas caseras, remedios chinos y el cariño animal: lo que está sucediendo en América Latina y el mundo.

  105. Patricia Ione Lloyd, a Playwright With a Taste for Glamour Arts & Leisure, Today

    The writer of “Eve’s Song” looks back (at an awkward childhood) and ahead (at her inspirations) while scrolling through her Instagram feed.

  106. Why G.E.’s Credit Problem Is a Warning to All Debt Investors Business, Today

    The company’s bonds fell sharply this week, which, along with rising interest rates and slowing growth, should raise red flags for credit investors.

  107. Louis Armstrong’s Life in Letters, Music and Art Arts & Leisure, Today

    Step inside the mind of one of America’s great virtuosos, thanks to a vast archive of his personal writings, home recordings and artistic collages.

  108. The Week in Arts: Bob Dylan, Mahler’s Fifth, ‘The Nutcracker’ Returns Culture, Today

    Still touring, Dylan is more enigmatic now than ever; see him next at the Beacon Theater in Manhattan for seven gigs.

  109. Theresa May Presents Her Brexit Deal Op Ed, Today

    And the country and cabinet aren’t sure about it.

  110. Rapid Cure Approved for Sleeping Sickness, a Horrific Illness Science, Today

    Parasites transmitted by tsetse flies travel to the brain, causing paranoia, fury and death. Until now, killing them required hospitalization and harsh drugs.

  111. DealBook Briefing: Facebook Is on the Defensive Business, Today

    The company says that allegations that its management ignored and concealed warning signs of looming crises are “unfair.”

  112. New York Today: Snow Storm Causes Delays and Chaos for Trains, Buses, Schools Metro, Today

    Thursday’s record-setting snowfall disrupted travel again after stranding tens of thousands last night.

  113. What Facebook Knew and Tried to Hide Podcasts, Today

    The social network’s top executives responded to scandals by delaying information, obfuscating problems and deflecting blame.

  114. Why the Perfect Red-State Democrat Lost Opinion, Today

    Taylor Sappington is exactly the kind of candidate his party should want in Ohio. But he couldn’t get union support.

  115. How to Remember Reconstruction Opinion, Today

    The drama of the era happened all across the country. But Americans walk past momentous places and never recognize their role in our history during the period after the Civil War.

  116. A Dating App, Not the Parents, Brought Them Together Fashion, Today

    “If my parents are going to set me up with someone who’s educated and stable and from a nice family, those are major boxes to check.”

  117. Julian Assange, Florida, David Hockney: Your Friday Briefing Briefing, Today

    Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

  118. It’s Starting to Look a Lot Like Choreography on Opera Stages Arts & Leisure, Today

    When singers move well, opera’s physical side becomes related to choreography, connecting humans to music in terms of space, time and meaning.

  119. How a Small-Town Newspaper Editor Won a Pulitzer Prize Book Review, Today

    In “Storm Lake,” Art Cullen relates how he took on agricultural polluters and a complicit local government in rural Iowa — and why he became a newspaperman in the first place.

  120. In Iceland, Local Fare Inside an Old Fish Factory Travel, Today

    A food hall in Reykjavik serves fish and lamb and other local delicacies, and is a welcome sight for U.S. travelers facing the exchange rates.

  121. Take a Very Dark Trip Through the California Desert With ‘The Feral Detective’ Book Review, Today

    In Jonathan Lethem’s new novel, a young woman unmoored by the 2016 election goes on an adventure involving rival desert gangs, a missing teenager and a private eye with Brillo sideburns.

  122. New in Paperback: ‘The Dawn Watch,’ ‘The Complete Stories’ Book Review, Today

    Six new paperbacks to check out this week.

  123. A New Novel Asks, What Is More Powerful, a Microphone or a Gun? Book Review, Today

    In “Destroy All Monsters,” by Jeff Jackson, the latest target of violence in America is music.

  124. ‘It’s Almost Three Years Since I Had a Proper Vacation’ Travel, Today

    René Redzepi has opened what fans call Noma 2.0 after pop-ups in Mexico, Australia and Japan brought the restaurateur even more acclaim in the food world. But what he really wants to do is go on a trip with his family.

  125. The Met Reinvents Itself, Yet the Ushers Remain the Same Metropolitan, Today

    Opera at Lincoln Center is in the midst of a cultural shift. To know its institutional memory, look to those wearing the tuxedos with the burgundy lapels.

  126. ‘We Only Killed the Bad People’: 2 Khmer Rouge Leaders, Forever Linked Foreign, Today

    Khieu Samphan, 87, and Nuon Chea, 92, who were convicted of genocide on Friday, once hoped that the world would “let bygones be bygones.”

  127. North Korea Says It Will Deport American Who Tried to Enter From China Foreign, Today

    In an apparent gesture of good will, the North said it would release the man, who it said entered the country illegally a month ago.

  128. Facing Tensions Close to Home, Japan’s Abe Cements Alliance with Australia Foreign, Today

    Japan’s prime minister paid homage to Australians killed by Japanese bombs, courting the country amid wariness over China and strained ties with South Korea.

  129. Theresa May and Her Brexit Deal Are on the Brink. Here’s What We Know. Foreign, Today

    Ministers resign, the pound wobbles, the prime minister makes a pitch to the public: Here’s where we are amid the rolling chaos over a draft Brexit deal.

  130. Real Estate Tech With Staying Power Slideshow, Today

    Modular housing, robotic valets, space-age theaters and other technology we keep returning to.

  131. Catching Killers by Matching Tiny Marks on Bullets National, Today

    Once seen as crime scene detritus, bullets and ejected shell casings are now recognized as vital pieces of evidence.

  132. He Was 302 Pounds, but in This Battle, He’s David and Not Goliath Sunday Business, Today

    As president of the N.F.L. Players Association, Eric Winston is up against billionaire owners, the commander in chief and an existential threat to football itself.

  133. Driving Through Flames, Breathing Through Blankets: 9 Tales From Californians Who Fled the Wildfires News Desk, Today

    We asked readers for their stories of evacuating from the wildfires ravaging California.

  134. Campbell Soup’s Fate Hangs on Duel Between Founder’s Heirs and ‘Interloper’ Business, Today

    The hedge fund billionaire Daniel Loeb’s latest activist push has him facing off against descendants of John T. Dorrance, who own more than 40 percent of Campbell and control three board seats.

  135. The Price of Cool: A Teenager, a Juul and Nicotine Addiction Science, Today

    E-cigarettes may help tobacco smokers quit. But the alluring devices can swiftly induce a nicotine habit in teenagers who never smoked. This is the tale of one person’s struggle.

  136. Can New York City’s Mayor Be an Amazon Booster and Still Be Progressive? Metro, Today

    Mayor de Blasio’s progressive allies have lashed out at the heavy subsidies for Amazon’s move to Queens.

  137. She Couldn’t Quit Smoking. Then She Tried Juul. Science, Today

    Millions embrace e-cigarettes as smoking cessation aids. Will restricting the devices for teenagers put former adult smokers who vape at risk to start again?

  138. Two Years In, Trump Struggles to Master Role of Military Commander Washington, Today

    Defense Department officials doubt President Trump has fully grasped the role of the troops he commands, or the responsibility he has to lead.

  139. Democrats Should Un-Friend Facebook Op Ed, Today

    It’s time to treat Facebook like the ruthless monopoly it is.

  140. Gun Control Groups Eclipse N.R.A. in Election Spending Politics, Today

    The financial dominance of the National Rifle Association was topped by gun control groups that helped win the House for Democrats.

  141. Just How Much of an Overhaul Is This Overhaul of the Nation’s Criminal Justice System? National, Today

    The proposed legislation is very much a modest compromise, one that will result in about 7,000 federal inmates getting out early.

  142. The Story of Threatin, a Most Puzzling Hoax Even for 2018 Styles, Today

    A rock band went on tour in the U.K. and nobody came. Then it got weird.

  143. Harvesting Roadkill During a Soccer Tournament Well, Today

    Eating wild food is part of our family life, but our kids also value fitting in and being liked in the ever-changing adolescent theater of normalcy.

  144. Weekly Health Quiz: Vitamins, Coffee and Weight Loss Interactive, Today

    Test your knowledge of this week’s health news.

  145. Do You Wish You Had the Go-to House? Learning, Today

    Where do you and your friends hang out? Is there one house or apartment that everyone goes to?

  146. Susan Collins Could Do Without the Death Threats Magazine, Today

    The Republican senator from Maine prides herself on her ability to work with everyone — which, increasingly, is a good way to make everyone furious.

  147. Couldn’t Get Into Annabel’s? At Least You Can Own a Piece of It Styles, Today

    Christie’s will be auctioning off mementos from the exclusive members-only club in London, including a red velvet sofa, the doorman’s coat and toast racks.

  148. Killing Khashoggi: How a Brutal Saudi Hit Job Unfolded Video, Today

    An autopsy expert. A lookalike. A black van. Our video investigation follows the movements of the 15-man Saudi hit team that killed and dismembered the journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

  149. Trevor Noah Wonders Why Trump Is Supporting Criminal-Justice Reform Culture, Today

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  152. Learning With: ‘A Final Proving Ground for Guide Dogs to the Blind: Midtown Manhattan’ Learning, Today

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  153. Where Latino Roots and High School Football Merge for Glory Sports, Today

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  154. When Getting Money Hurts Special Sections, Today

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  155. On Politics: Florida to Recount Senate Votes; Governor’s Race Nears End Politics, Today

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  156. Security Line Learning, Today

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  157. Real Estate’s Constant Conflict Special Sections, Today

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  158. Flood Insurance: Knowing When the Risk Justifies the Cost Special Sections, Today

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  159. Word + Quiz: impetuous Learning, Today

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  160. ‘The Prom’ Review: Bringing Jazz Hands to the Heartland Weekend, Yesterday

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  161. What’s on TV Friday: ‘The Bisexual’ and ‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs’ Weekend, Today

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  162. Julian Assange Is Secretly Charged in U.S., Prosecutors Mistakenly Reveal Washington, Today

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  163. ‘The Panic Attacks Are Setting In’ Op Ed, Today

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  164. Lessons From a 103-Year-Old Jewish East London Socialist Op Ed, Today

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  165. Seahawks Seize Inside Track to Wild Card Sports, Today

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  166. At Brexit Crunch Time, Theresa May Takes a Pummeling Foreign, Yesterday

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  167. David Hockney Painting Sells for $90 Million, Smashing Record for Living Artist Culture, Yesterday

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  168. On Instagram, Seeing Between the (Gender) Lines Interactive, Today

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  169. Islanders Edge Rangers Behind Anthony Beauvillier’s Hat Trick Sports, Yesterday

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  170. From Gene Editing to A.I., How Will Technology Transform Humanity? Interactive, Today

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  171. The ‘Geno-Economists’ Say DNA Can Predict Our Chances of Success Interactive, Today

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  172. Climate Change and the Savage Human Future Interactive, Today

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  173. Jokes From the Future Interactive, Today

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  174. I Would Have Driven Her Anywhere Styles, Today

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  175. Brexit, Macedonia, Facebook: Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

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  176. Quotation of the Day: Unnerved by Flint Crisis and School Water Tests, Detroit Eyes Its Faucets Summary, Yesterday

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  177. How to Make the Most of Any Closet Smarter Living, Yesterday

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  178. Corrections: November 16, 2018 Corrections, Yesterday

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  179. Mark Zuckerberg Defends Facebook as Furor Over Its Tactics Grows Business, Yesterday

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  180. ‘Facebook Cannot Be Trusted to Regulate Itself’ Editorial, Yesterday

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  181. M.L.B. Extends TV Deal With Fox Sports Through 2028 Sports, Yesterday

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  182. North Korea Says It Has Tested ‘Ultramodern Tactical Weapon’ Foreign, Yesterday

    North Korea did not identify what weapon was tested, but the development could complicate already stalled talks between the United States and North Korea.

  183. Saudi Arabia After Khashoggi Editorial, Yesterday

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  184. Khmer Rouge’s Slaughter in Cambodia Is Ruled a Genocide Foreign, Yesterday

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  185. A Chorus Line Games, Yesterday

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  186. Democrats Pick Off Another Republican House Seat in California Politics, Yesterday

    Representative Mimi Walters, who has represented Orange County for two terms, was defeated by Katie Porter, a law professor from the University of California, Irvine.

  187. 8 U.N. Peacekeepers Killed in Congo in Area Facing Ebola Outbreak Foreign, Yesterday

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  188. How Trump Is Worse Than Nixon Op Ed, Yesterday

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  189. Mookie Betts and Christian Yelich Easily Win M.V.P. Awards Sports, Yesterday

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  190. Former Alabama State Trooper Is Killed After Shooting Prosecutor in the Face Express, Yesterday

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  191. Here’s Why Election Day in Florida and Georgia Has Turned Into Election Week and a Half National, Yesterday

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  192. El Chapo Trial Turns to Tales of Greed and Gore Metro, Yesterday

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  193. A Look Inside the Tactics of Definers, Facebook’s Attack Dog Business, Yesterday

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  194. They Battled Over the Supreme Court, but Stuck Together on Criminal Justice Reform Washington, Yesterday

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  195. Decorated Navy SEAL Is Accused of War Crimes in Iraq National, Yesterday

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  196. ‘No Morals’: Advertisers React to Facebook Report Business, Yesterday

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  197. U.S., Still Treading Water, Loses to England at Wembley Sports, Yesterday

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  198. The Rise of the Resentniks Op Ed, Yesterday

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  199. Why Was Trump’s Tax Cut a Fizzle? Op Ed, Yesterday

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  200. Snow Causes Commuter Chaos at Port Authority, Penn Station and on New Jersey Roadways Metro, Yesterday

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  201. What Amazon’s HQ2 Winners Look Like, Before Amazon Business, Yesterday

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  202. The Mediator Columnist Returns to His Post Summary, Yesterday

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  203. Nycha Has a New Plan to Clean Up Rats, Mold and Lead Paint: Bring in Private Landlords Metro, Yesterday

    The nation’s largest housing authority is considering a plan to hand over the management of a third of its apartments to private developers.

  204. Houston Rockets ‘Parting Ways’ With Carmelo Anthony Sports, Yesterday

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  205. Dozens From Migrant Caravan Line Up at Border, Seeking Asylum Interviews Foreign, Yesterday

    The first members of the migrant caravan have begun seeking asylum interviews. Several thousand are expected by the end of the weekend.

  206. Lawyer in Rape Trial Links Thong With Consent, and Ireland Erupts Foreign, Yesterday

    On Wednesday, hundreds of people in cities around Ireland protested victim blaming in the justice system’s handling of a sexual-assault case.

  207. What Students Are Saying About: Housing the Homeless, Pimple Positivity and a Giant Machine Learning, Yesterday

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  208. Neo-Nazis Have No First Amendment Right to Harassment, Judge Rules Express, Yesterday

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  209. How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend? Weekend, Yesterday

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  210. Who Wants Sharon Tate’s Stuff? Styles, Yesterday

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  211. Watch Viola Davis Lead a Heist in ‘Widows’ Culture, Yesterday

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  212. ‘Widows’ | Anatomy of a Scene Video, Yesterday

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  213. A Chat With J.B. Pritzker, Illinois’s Next Governor Politics, Yesterday

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  214. California Wildfires, Brexit, Yellowstone: Your Thursday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

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  215. Couple and Homeless Man Behind Viral GoFundMe Campaign Are Charged With Conspiracy New York, Yesterday

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  216. Fed Chairman Seeks to Reassure Those Left Behind by Roaring Economy Business, Yesterday

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  217. California Fires Only Add to Acute Housing Crisis National, Yesterday

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  218. Four U.S. Commandos Charged in Strangling of Army Green Beret in Africa Washington, Yesterday

    The highly unusual fratricidal killing last year cast a spotlight on little-known military missions on the continent.