24 Hours of NYT News


  1. Political Guardrails Gone, a President’s Somber Duty Skids Into Spectacle Washington, Today

    The weeklong feud between President Trump and a Democratic congresswoman after a soldier’s death might never have happened had either side followed convention.

  2. O’Reilly Settled New Harassment Claims, Then Fox Renewed His Contract Business, Today

    In January, the Fox News host was said to have agreed to a $32 million settlement with a former network analyst, the largest of his known payouts.

  3. Spain Will Remove Catalonia Leader, Escalating Secession Crisis Foreign, Today

    Mariano Rajoy, in an unexpectedly forceful move, said Madrid would take control of the independence-minded region, pushing out its separatist administration.

  4. Brutal Killing of Journalist Exposes ‘Something Darker’ in Malta Foreign, Today

    Daphne Caruana Galizia enraged dozens of powerful people with investigations that exposed corruption. Virtually nobody expects her killing to be solved.

  5. Why Has the E.P.A. Shifted on Toxic Chemicals? An Industry Insider Helps Call the Shots Washington, Today

    A scientist who worked for the chemical industry now shapes policy on hazardous chemicals. Within the E.P.A., there is fear that public health is at risk. (At right, a signing ceremony for new rules on toxic chemicals.)

  6. Famous Athletes Have Always Led the Way Op Ed, Today

    The extraordinary are the ones who need to make things better for everyone.

  7. My Parents’ Country, in the Grip of the Shabab Op Ed, Today

    This year, I felt compelled to travel to Mogadishu, the city of my father’s youth. Along the way, I saw order, puritanism, fear and villages without men.

  8. Iran Saps Strength of Revolutionary Guards With Arrests and Cutbacks Foreign, Today

    The elite military group drove the Iranian economy at the peak of the sanctions era. Now, seen as a drag on growth, it is under attack by President Hassan Rouhani.

  9. Czech Election Won by Anti-Establishment Party Led by Billionaire Foreign, Today

    Andrej Babis, the billionaire leader of an anti-establishment party, is expected to become prime minister of the Czech Republic after mainstream parties fall short.

  10. 10 Minutes. 12 Gunfire Bursts. 30 Videos. Mapping the Las Vegas Massacre. Video, Today

    The shots began at 10:05. Twelve bursts of gunfire later, police broke down Stephen Paddock’s door at the Mandalay Bay. The Times mapped 30 videos to draw perhaps the most complete picture to date of what happened.

  11. Militants Kill Egyptian Security Forces in Devastating Ambush Foreign, Today

    Gunmen fired bullets and rockets on Egyptian police officers and security officials as they drove toward what was believed to be an Islamist hide-out.

  12. The E.P.A.’s Top 10 Toxic Threats, and Industry’s Pushback Washington, Today

    The Environmental Protection Agency published toxic chemicals it will evaluate first under a new law. Here is a look at those chemicals, how they are used and the health threats.

  13. Memoir of Growing Up Fat Forces France to Look in the Mirror Foreign, Today

    Gabrielle Deydier’s plaintive account and sociological study exposes the many ways the obese face censure and insensitivity.

  14. In China’s Coal Capital, Xi Jinping’s Dream Remains Elusive Foreign, Today

    Mr. Xi has promised a new “China dream” of prosperity. But in the nation’s hinterlands, locals say there’s a stark disconnect between the bright promises and their hardscrabble reality.

  15. Henrik Lundqvist Reaches Milestones in a Rare Rangers Victory Sports, Today

    In a 4-2 defeat of the Predators, Lundqvist tied Glenn Hall for ninth place in wins and became only the third goalie to appear in 750 games for one team.

  16. Things Are Looking Up for the Yankees’ Thumbs Down Guy Sports, Today

    A Mets fan who expressed his displeasure with a home run by the Yankees’ Todd Frazier in a September game against the Rays at Citi Field has become an unlikely celebrity.

  17. Selfies Games, Today

    Tracy Gray stays in the picture.

  18. N.A.A.C.P., Seeking a New Voice, Names Derrick Johnson as President Express, Today

    With a pair of major announcements on Saturday, the century-old organization moved to reclaim its role as the nation’s pre-eminent voice on civil rights.

  19. Some Misleading Geometry on Corporate Taxes (Wonkish) Krugman, Today

    Cut profit taxes, raise wages? Not so fast.

  20. Some Misleading Geometry on Corporate Taxes (Wonkish) Op Ed, Today

    Cut profit taxes, raise wages? Not so fast.

  21. I Am Sorry for This Scraggly Mess on My Face Op Ed, Today

    I knew my beard would turn out badly. But I had to grow it.

  22. Middle East Feud Looms Over Jailing of Egyptian Woman Foreign, Today

    Ola Qaradawi has been imprisoned in Egypt in harsh conditions since June. Supporters say she is being punished because of her father, a famous preacher.

  23. Going Against the Republican Herd Op Ed, Today

    Party members who reject Bannonism must stand up and be counted.

  24. A Male Infertility Crisis Is Coming. The Middle East Can Help. Op Ed, Today

    The region has made huge progress in viewing the condition as a medical problem, not a manhood problem.

  25. Where Have All Our Heroes Gone? Editorial, Today

    Let’s get back into the habit of gathering to celebrate the exceptional among us. Who’s on your list?

  26. The Power of North Korea’s Cyberthreat Editorial, Today

    Governments tempted to close their eyes to Pyongyang’s mischief should be reminded that they’d risk being treated as accomplices.

  27. Well, Actually, Frankenstein Was the Name of the Doctor Op Ed, Today

    Scary facts only special people know.

  28. How Protest Works Op Ed, Today

    To have lasting impact, a social movement requires action on multiple fronts.

  29. The Democrats in Their Labyrinth Op Ed, Today

    A party that will do anything to beat Trump except try to woo his voters.

  30. Jimmy Carter Lusts for a Trump Posting Op Ed, Today

    Puritanical Democratic former president seeks job with louche Republican current president — but just to save the world.

  31. Black Lives Matter Is Democracy in Action Op Ed, Today

    A decentralized movement can be effective, even without a Martin Luther King Jr.

  32. Teenagers’ View of the News Letters, Today

    We asked high school students to react to a recent Times article and got over 1,000 responses. Here are 20 of our favorites.

  33. Trump Is Inspirational ... for Poetry Op Ed, Today

    Here are the winners from the thousands of submissions in my Trump poetry contest.

  34. Fighting Racism Is Not Just a War of Words Op Ed, Today

    I worry that ceaseless statement-writing as an act of protest is sucking us dry.

  35. Signs of Our Times Interactive, Today

    The neighborhood fliers of your dreams — or nightmares.

  36. Cheaper Health Plans Promoted by Trump Have a History of Fraud Washington, Today

    Records reveal that fraud and abuse in small-business health plans have left employers and employees with hundreds of millions of dollars in unpaid medical bills.

  37. Variety Puzzle: Walls and Doors Games, Today

    Alan Arbesfeld debuts a fun new puzzle called “Walls and Doors.”

  38. Conservatives, With Bannon’s Help, Look for Revenge in Mississippi Washington, Today

    A brewing Republican vs. Republican fight could test whether the anti-incumbent insurgency backed by Stephen K. Bannon becomes a credible national movement.

  39. Astros and Yankees Take Some Shaky Memories Into Game 7 Sports, Today

    The Astros have a rough history of closing out playoff series, even with late leads, while the Yankees’ last Game 7 was part of their 2004 A.L.C.S. collapse.

  40. Military Members and Their Families Respond to John Kelly’s News Conference Insider, Yesterday

    Despite the common connection, their reactions to Mr. Kelly’s speech were anything but unanimous: Some deplored his defense of the administration, while others insisted he was speaking as a true military man.

  41. Yellen Says Reduction of Bond Portfolio Going Well Washington, Yesterday

    The Federal Reserve began to reduce its bond holdings this month. Janet Yellen, the Fed’s chairwoman, said it is making “good progress.”

  42. McCain in Twilight: An Unfettered Voice Against Trumpism Washington, Today

    Senator John McCain, the irrepressible Arizona Republican, has long felt free to speak his mind. But since his cancer diagnosis, he has been a vocal defender of national ideals.

  43. For the First Time, Hearing the Birds Chirp and the Wind Whistle Metro, Today

    Charlen Evans, who has been hearing-impaired her whole life, got a cochlear implant in 2012. She has since returned to college in hopes of someday working with deaf students.

  44. Designing a More Inclusive City Op Ed, Yesterday

    Keeping people out has become a defining feature of far too many public places.

  45. Art Lurks in an Unlikely Place for Mary Kelly: the Dryer Special Sections, Today

    The conceptual artist has her first New York gallery show in five years, featuring politically loaded artwork made out of compressed lint.

  46. High School Students Explain Why They Protest Anthems and Pledges Styles, Today

    Colin Kaepernick’s decision to sit or take a knee during the national anthem exploded into a national conversation about race. Here, high school students tell us why they sit or kneel during the national anthem or the Pledge of Allegiance — or why...

  47. Abortion Ideologues Subvert a Woman’s Rights Editorial, Yesterday

    With an argument as weak as it is brazen, the administration is fighting an undocumented immigrant who wants to end her pregnancy.

  48. Texas Pulls Up the Welcome Mat Op Ed, Yesterday

    Some have asserted that President Trump is simply continuing Obama-era immigration policies. But it sure doesn’t feel like it in Texas.

  49. An Eclectic Mix of Arts Without Walls Video, Today

    La Jolla Playhouse’s Without Walls festival takes to San Diego’s streets and public buildings for the first time with a diverse offering of immersive performances.

  50. States Take On Election Hacking. Washington Ignores It. Editorial, Yesterday

    The threat to the American voting process cries out for national leadership. But don’t expect help from President Trump.

  51. America’s Best University President Op Ed, Yesterday

    Robert Zimmer, head of the University of Chicago, makes the educator’s case for free speech.

  52. Chris Matthews: What Robert Kennedy Knew About Gun Control Op Ed, Yesterday

    Nearly 50 years ago, the senator called for sensible restrictions on firearms — laws we’re still largely waiting to see.

  53. When New York City Was the Capital of American Communism Op Ed, Yesterday

    From cooperative parties in the Bronx to the Lower East Side unions, the Big Apple was once a vibrant center for the left.

  54. To Complain Is to Truly Be Alive Op Ed, Yesterday

    Being a person is terrible. And griping about it is the purest, most soothing form of protest there is.

  55. She’s 26, and Brought Down Uber’s C.E.O. What’s Next? Styles, Today

    In her first interview since the essay that started a wave of sexual-harassment revelations, Susan Fowler tells her life story and looks to the future.

  56. The Finger-Pointing at the Finance Firm TIAA
    Sunday Business, Today

    Ex-employees and whistle-blowers question whether the provider of investment advice to people in public and nonprofit jobs does put its customers first.

  57. Trump Says He Will Release Final Set of Documents on Kennedy Assassination Washington, Today

    A 1992 law that sought to quell conspiracy theories about the killing mandated the release of the secret documents by Oct. 26 of this year.

  58. Once So Chic and Swooshy, Freeways Are Falling Out of Favor Styles, Today

    Several cities face pressure to tear down the 1960s-era mega-roads and reinstate pedestrian-friendly streets. Jane Jacobs told you so!

  59. Rockwell’s Children Sue Berkshire Museum to Stop Sale of His Works Express, Today

    The artist’s three children and several museum members argue that it is unlawful for the institution to sell two Rockwell paintings and other works.

  60. After Making Mugabe a ‘Good-Will Ambassador,’ W.H.O. Chief Is ‘Rethinking’ It Foreign, Today

    The decision outraged medical professionals, rights groups and others who took to social media to call it an “insult” and “a sick joke.”

  61. E.P.A.’s Decision Not to Ban Chlorpyrifos Interactive, Today

    The New York Times requested copies of email correspondence related to the March 2017 decision by the E.P.A. to reject a decade-old petition to ban chlorpyrifos, a widely used pesticide that research suggests may cause developmental delays in chil...

  62. E.P.A. and Toxic Chemical Rules Interactive, Today

    An internal struggle has broken out in the Environmental Protection Agency over how to regulate toxic chemicals. These documents tell the backstory of the tension, which emerged after the Trump administration named an industry insider as a top age...

  63. Need a Good Laugh? Check Out Some 17th-Century Dutch Art Special Sections, Today

    An exhibit at the Frans Hals Museum in Haarlem, the Netherlands, will show that many paintings from the Dutch Golden Age “have a joke as their very core.”

  64. Sealed With a Prediction (and the Kisses to Come) Society, Today

    Her mother had bought a diamond ring 15 years ago at a pawnshop. She didn’t know it was her future son-in-law doing the selling.

  65. Traveling Across Japan Styles, Today

    Hiroyuki Ito, a photographer who grew up in Tokyo, wanted to see more of his country. So he spent two months this summer documenting interesting moments.

  66. Her Parents Had an Inkling Long Before a Proposal Society, Today

    The couple readily acknowledge that they are opposites, but her parents immediately saw a match.

  67. ‘Mommy, Will You Marry My Daddy?’ Society, Today

    The couple met and had a child, but marriage took a little longer.

  68. Listen to ‘Dear Sugars’: What Comes After Rock Bottom Podcasts, Today

    When you’re stuck with no foreseeable path ahead, what do you do? The Sugars, with fiction writer Mitchell S. Jackson, advise letter writers who want to turn their lives around.

  69. Alexis Rockman Portrays the Great Lakes in Glory and Decline Special Sections, Today

    The Great Lakes Cycle is made up of five oil, alkyd and acrylic paintings that depict environmental issues affecting the lakes. The exhibition is traveling around the country.

  70. A Rare Gem of a Restaurant in Lagos Travel, Today

    The celebratory feel at Nok by Alara in Lagos, Nigeria, owes equally to its hip ambience and its new take on regional staples.

  71. Confirm or Deny ... Susan Fowler Styles, Today

    The former Uber employee has deleted her account. But would she ever go back?

  72. How to Have a Romantic Vacation Travel, Today

    Plan surprises (a sunset cruise), stay off your phone, write (really write) a love letter.

  73. In Russia, a Bribery Case Lifts the Veil on Kremlin Intrigue Foreign, Today

    A former economy minister insists he knew nothing of $2 million in cash stuffed in a gift bag for him, along with a basket of wild boar sausages and wine.

  74. Japan Ranks Low in Female Lawmakers. An Election Won’t Change That. Foreign, Today

    Fewer than one in five of the 1,180 candidates running in Sunday’s election for the lower house of parliament are women.

  75. How California’s Most Destructive Wildfire Spread, Hour by Hour Interactive, Today

    A map shows the origin and extent of a fire that burned 5,200 buildings in hours.

  76. Conflicting Accounts in Niger Ambush Are Subject of Pentagon Investigation Washington, Yesterday

    Nigerien officials have said that a convoy gave chase to Islamic militants who later returned to ambush them, but American troops say they didn’t pursue the militants before the attack.

  77. Body Cameras Have Little Effect on Police Behavior, Study Says National, Yesterday

    An 18-month study of more than 2,000 officers in Washington found that those with cameras used force at about the same rate as those without.

  78. Astros, Their Backs to the Wall, Hold Off the Yankees and Force Game 7 Sports, Today

    Jose Altuve drove in three runs, and starter Justin Verlander dominated with a big assist from center fielder George Springer, who made a leaping catch of a deep drive.

  79. Kelly, in Defending Trump Call, Holds Up Military as an Elite Class Washington, Yesterday

    To some, John F. Kelly, President Trump’s chief of staff, expanded an ever-growing gulf between the all-volunteer military and the public it serves.

  80. Republicans Consider Sharp Cut in 401(k) Contribution Limits Washington, Yesterday

    A move to reduce contribution limits would almost certainly prompt a vocal backlash from middle-class workers who save heavily in such retirement accounts.

  81. Inside Amazon, Diversity Concerns Flare Up After Harassment Accusations Business, Yesterday

    Amazon’s handling of accusations of sexual harassment involving Roy Price, who ran its movie and television operations, has set off confusion, debate and finger-pointing.

  82. The Silver Lining in Trump’s Health Care ‘Sabotage’ Op Ed, Yesterday

    By cutting an insurers’ subsidy, the president may accidentally save many Americans money on health insurance.

  83. What’s on TV Saturday: ‘George Michael: Freedom’ and ‘Stranger Than Fiction’ Culture, Today

    A new portrait of George Michael arrives on Showtime. And Will Ferrell becomes a reluctant protagonist in “Stranger Than Fiction.”

  84. To Get a Job, a Nice Suit Can Help. These Are Free. Metropolitan, Yesterday

    The nonprofit 100 Suits for 100 Men provides styling and tailoring — and suits — to men who may never have even owned a tie before.

  85. Corrections: October 21, 2017 Corrections, Today

    Corrections appearing in print Saturday, October 21, 2017.

  86. Quotation of the Day: In New York, an Influential First Lady With Plans of Her Own Summary, Yesterday

    Quotation of the Day for Saturday, October 21, 2017.

  87. Exquisite Gem Games, Yesterday

    Samuel “Not the Newscaster” Donaldson and Brad Wilber team up to offer an exquisite Saturday puzzle.

  88. Best Supporting Player? It Has to Be the Dodgers’ Enrique Hernandez Sports, Yesterday

    His three home runs in Game 5 of the National League Championship Series propelled Los Angeles to the World Series for the first time in 29 years.

  89. Marshawn Lynch Is Suspended for a Game After Shoving an Official Sports, Yesterday

    Lynch, who has the option of appealing the suspension, was ejected from the Raiders’ game against the Chiefs on Thursday after he shoved the line judge Julian Mapp.

  90. For the Yankees, the Wild Card Has a Whole New Meaning Sports, Yesterday

    The Yankees had always entered the World Series as regular-season champions. But, if they are Series bound this year, it will be on different terms.

  91. Hudson’s Bay C.E.O. to Step Down Before Holiday Shopping Season Business, Yesterday

    Gerald L. Storch will depart the Canadian retailer, which faces increased pressure to raise profits at Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor, on Nov. 1.

  92. Creighton Hale, 93, Inventor of Little League Helmet, Dies Obits, Yesterday

    A physiologist and longtime Little League executive, Mr. Hale worked hard to make baseball safer for young players.

  93. For Nikki Haley, an Establishment Tutorial in Statecraft Washington, Yesterday

    At a panel discussion, former secretaries of state Condoleezza Rice and Madeleine K. Albright coached President Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations.

  94. Leader of City College of New York Will Shed Interim Status Metro, Yesterday

    Vincent Boudreau has been the interim president of CUNY’s flagship school and has impressed many on campus with his leadership

  95. U.S. Budget Deficit Swells, Adding Wrinkle to G.O.P. Push for Tax Cut Washington, Yesterday

    The United States recorded its largest annual budget deficit in four years in fiscal 2017.

  96. Federico Luppi, 83, Actor Known for del Toro Films, Dies Obits, Yesterday

    A slim and stately Argentine with a shock of white hair, Mr. Luppi endowed his characters with complexity and a sense of gravity.

  97. Trump Falsely Ties British Crime Rise to ‘Radical Islamic Terror’ Politics, Yesterday

    President Trump misquoted a crime report and, without evidence, suggested a causal link between a reported rise in crime and terrorism.