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  1. Yankees and Their Patchwork Roster Are A.L. East Champions Sports, Today

    Despite setting a major league record for players on the injured list, the Yankees used both their payroll and modern baseball acumen to win the division for the first time since 2012.

  2. For Trump, a Time of Indecision U.S., Today

    In discussions with his staff, Mr. Trump has made clear he wants to accomplish something big, but seems stymied as to what it might be, according to interviews with a half-dozen aides and advisers.

  3. 11 New Books We Recommend This Week Books, Today

    Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

  4. Quotation of the Day: Whistle-Blower Sets Off Battle Involving Trump Today’s Paper, Today

    Quotation of the Day for Friday, September 20, 2019

  5. Corrections: September 20, 2019 Corrections, Today

    Corrections appearing in print on Friday, September 20, 2019.

  6. Milton’s Shakespeare Was Just a Trans-Atlantic Tweet Away Theater, Today

    A scholar in England suspected annotations in a First Folio at the Free Library of Philadelphia were John Milton’s, so he connected the dots with someone who had studied the work for a decade.

  7. F.B.I. Agent Testifies That He Sent Questions for C.I.A. Detainees U.S., Today

    In a pretrial hearing for the accused 9/11 plotters at Guantánamo Bay, the agent acknowledged previously unconfirmed collaboration with the interrogation program.

  8. For Some in Texas, Imelda’s Heavy Rain Feels Like Harvey 2.0 U.S., Today

    Tropical Depression Imelda was nowhere near as widespread as Hurricane Harvey. But in some areas, the flooding was worse.

  9. ‘Urgent Concern’ About the President Opinion, Today

    A whistle-blower’s report has alarmed the intelligence agencies’ watchdog. Why won’t the administration share it with Congress?

  10. Trump to Host Australian Prime Minister on a Rare State Visit U.S., Today

    When it comes to diplomatic visits, the president seems to prefer being the guest rather than the host.

  11. Deportation Exemptions to Resume for Immigrants Needing Medical Treatment U.S., Today

    In a policy reversal, the Trump administration said it would allow some immigrants to avoid deportation while undergoing lifesaving medical treatment.

  12. YouTube Is About to Demote a Wide Swath of Its Creators Style, Today

    YouTube is changing who it will verify and why. Creators say they’re baffled and upset.

  13. For D.C. Statehood Advocates, a Hearing Marks Another Step Forward U.S., Today

    With Democrats in control, the House gave the long-suffering movement for statehood a hearing for the first time in more than 20 years.

  14. Bezos and Zuckerberg Take Their Pitches to Washington Business, Today

    The Amazon and Facebook leaders were there for different reasons, but the appearances highlighted their companies’ need to reshape the public debate about their practices.

  15. Colt to Suspend Production of AR-15 Rifles for Consumers Business, Today

    The gun manufacturer said the market had an adequate supply of sporting rifles and it would focus on its military and law enforcement contracts instead.

  16. Man Trained by Hezbollah Scouted Times Square as Target, Prosecutors Say New York, Today

    He is accused of spending years gathering intelligence on sites in New York, including airports, tunnels and bridges.

  17. Climate Strike N.Y.C.: Teachers Barred From Attending Protest New York, Today

    The decision underlines the difficulties in separating the politics of climate change from teaching about the science of it.

  18. Attack on Saudi Arabia Tests U.S. Guarantee to Defend Gulf World, Today

    The American hesitation to take military action may signal a weakening of its commitment to protect the Arab Persian Gulf and could embolden Iran.

  19. Sean’s Spicy Salsa U.S., Today

    Behind the neon-green ruffles, a manifestation of a reality TV presidency.

  20. De Blasio to Developers: Donate to My Nonprofit. $125,000 Came. New York, Today

    Three developers were fined tens of thousands of dollars for potentially violating lobbying laws by donating to Mayor Bill de Blasio’s nonprofit group.

  21. A Brief History of the Warren Presidency Opinion, Today

    A look back at American politics from the year 2050.

  22. Trump Declares War on California Opinion, Today

    It’s a liberal state, so it must be punished.

  23. Purdue Pharma Warns That Sackler Family May Walk From Opioid Deal Health, Today

    The company said the cost of fighting lawsuits brought by states could jeopardize its owners’ ability to contribute $3 billion to a national opioids settlement.

  24. Tropical Storm Jerry Becomes a Hurricane Just After Humberto Grazes Bermuda Climate, Today

    A tropical storm watch was issued Thursday for the Leeward Islands.

  25. Brownface, Blackface and About-Face. Is Trudeau Who He Says He Is? World, Today

    Many Canadians saw Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s record in office as evidence in his favor, if not enough to exonerate him for recent photos and video showing him wearing dark makeup.

  26. Canadians Ask if They Can Forgive Trudeau Reader Center, Today

    Canadian readers debate whether to support the prime minister in a national election only weeks away.

  27. Justin Trudeau, Vaping, Birds: Your Thursday Evening Briefing Briefing, Today

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

  28. Mark von Hagen, 65, Dies; Reviewed Times’s 1931 Soviet Coverage World, Today

    A historian, he was asked by the paper to judge whether a correspondent’s Pulitzer Prize should be revoked because of biased reporting. He said it should be.

  29. Jimmy Carter Invokes Idea of ‘Age Limit’ for Presidential Candidates U.S., Today

    Mr. Carter, 94, said he wouldn’t be up to the rigors of the nation’s top job if he were 15 years younger. The three leading Democratic candidates are in their 70s.

  30. Are Biden and Sanders Too Old to Be President? Opinion, Today

    Jimmy Carter seems to think there should be an age limit for the highest office.

  31. How to Wear Fall’s Polished Pieces Without Looking Stuffy T Magazine, Today

    From mid-length skirts to polo shirts, preppy staples have returned to the runways — but they needn’t feel too buttoned-up.

  32. The Downfall of Canada’s Dreamy Boyfriend Opinion, Today

    For Americans, Justin Trudeau’s undoing has been swift. For Canadians, it has been a long time coming.

  33. Hard Times in Silicon Valley? Not for the Payments Start-Up Stripe Business, Today

    Known for its quiet and steady growth, Stripe said on Thursday that it received new funding that made it worth $35 billion.

  34. The New York Restaurant That Feels Like an Italian Farmhouse T Magazine, Today

    For 25 years, Il Buco has served perfect pasta and Umbrian charm to the loyal customers who have returned again and again to its small cobblestoned block.

  35. Moschino: Spring 2020 Slideshow, Today

    See the looks from the Moschino: Spring 2020 Collection.

  36. Thursday Slideshow, Today

    Friday

  37. Nike Drops Antonio Brown Amid Sexual Assault Lawsuit Sports, Today

    It is the second sponsor to end its relationship with the Patriots receiver.

  38. 6 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, Today

    Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  39. 4 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend Movies, Today

    Our guide to film series and special screenings.

  40. 14 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend Theater, Today

    Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

  41. 26 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, Today

    Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.

  42. 12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, Today

    Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  43. 6 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, Today

    Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  44. 11 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, Today

    Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  45. 8 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend Arts, Today

    Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

  46. Attacks Expose Flaws in Saudi Arabia’s Expensive Military U.S., Today

    The Saudi military could not protect a prized asset — oil installations — from an attack by low-flying cruise missiles that caused a significant spike in crude oil prices.

  47. How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend? Arts, Today

    This weekend offers the Emmys, a great British dramedy and a new Netflix documentary series on Bill Gates.

  48. After Resisting, McConnell and Senate G.O.P. Back Election Security Funding U.S., Today

    Stung by the “Moscow Mitch” moniker, Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, threw his weight behind an infusion of $250 million for states to bolster election security.

  49. He Captured a Clandestine Gay Culture Amid the Derelict Piers Arts, Today

    Alvin Baltrop’s photographs of the abandoned Hudson River piers and the people who populated them in the 1970s and ’80s have been all but ignored. Until now.

  50. Is Manhattan’s Flea Market Culture Dying? New York, Today

    The antiques zone where Andy Warhol shopped for curios is shrinking. And with it, a quirky basement gathering spot.

  51. One Part Gangster, One Part Philosophical Clown Books, Today

    “Night Boat to Tangier,” by Kevin Barry, features two battered old Irish drug smugglers right out of Beckett.

  52. Should You Keep Taking Zantac for Your Heartburn? Health, Today

    Versions of the drug have been found to contain low levels of a carcinogen. But it’s still on pharmacy shelves. Here’s what you need to know.

  53. Your Friday Briefing Briefing, Today

    Trudeau's brownface scandal grows.

  54. The Views From the Top: How They Measure Up Arts, Today

    We compare Top of the Rock, One World Observatory and Edge.

  55. Renewing an Affair With the Empire State Building Arts, Today

    A revamped tower wants your love: it’s offering King Kong, flying steel girders — and a vertiginous ride to the 102nd floor. The city’s first supertall also offers grand views of the new New York.

  56. Maurice Ferré, Miami’s First Hispanic Mayor, Dies at 84 U.S., Today

    He led the city through a defining period of growth and tumult for 12 years. But he could ultimately not withstand its demographic transformation.

  57. House Approves Short-Term Spending Bill That Would Stave Off Shutdown U.S., Today

    The bill, which the Senate is also expected to pass before funding lapses on Oct. 1, would extend funding for all federal government departments and agencies through Nov. 21.

  58. Bottega Veneta M/W: Spring 2020 Slideshow, Today

    See the looks from the Bottega Veneta M/W: Spring 2020 Collection.

  59. Car Plows Into Amish Horse-Drawn Buggy, Killing 3 Children U.S., Today

    The Michigan crash underscored a risk faced by a sect that eschews cars and other modern technology.

  60. The Director of the New York Film Festival Is to Step Down Arts, Today

    Kent Jones, who is also a filmmaker, has served as the event’s director since 2012. He will also depart as the chairman of its selection committee.

  61. Ady Barkan Won’t Let Dying Stop His Activism U.S., Today

    Democratic presidential candidates are flocking to California to meet Mr. Barkan, who is dying of A.L.S. But the sicker he gets, the more famous he becomes.

  62. To Raise Wages, Make Companies Compete for Workers Opinion, Today

    After a 2008 Oregon law made it easier for workers to take a job with a different company, wages increased significantly.

  63. Is America’s Health Care System a Fixer-Upper or a Teardown? The Upshot, Today

    To understand the competing Democratic health care plans, consider an elaborate home construction metaphor.

  64. ‘It’s Not Full Citizenship’: What It Means to Be Puerto Rican Post-María Style, Today

    In his new book, “Fantasy Island,” Ed Morales recounts the history of the island’s relationship with the United States.

  65. ‘Worse Than Anyone Expected’: Air Travel Emissions Vastly Outpace Predictions Climate, Today

    The findings put pressure on airline regulators to take stronger action to fight climate change as they prepare for a summit next week.

  66. Name a New Rail Tunnel After Trump? Opinion, Today

    Readers react to an editorial. Also: Turnover in the White House; a car buyer’s resolution.

  67. U.S. Charges Ed Buck With Drug Crime in Gemmel Moore’s Death U.S., Today

    Mr. Moore was one of two men who died in Mr. Buck’s apartment of an overdose in less than two years. The authorities outlined a pattern in which they say Mr. Buck traded drugs and money for sex.

  68. Tekashi 69 Recounts Kidnapping; Says Rapper Jim Jones Is Bloods Member New York, Today

    It was the third day of testimony by Tekashi 69, who has sat for hours, detailing the inner workings of the gang and hip-hop industry.

  69. New York City Ballet Is Back, and the Real Jewels Are the Dancers Arts, Today

    The company returns with two sides of George Balanchine: the lustrous “Jewels” and a haunted-house fright (and delight).

  70. The Met Will Stage Its First Opera by a Black Composer Arts, Today

    The company is making plans to bring Terence Blanchard’s “Fire Shut Up in My Bones” to New York.

  71. Scientists Identify Neurons That Help the Brain Forget Science, Today

    In mice, cells in the hypothalamus clear out old memories while the animals sleep.

  72. Scientists Prepare to Drift With Arctic Ice for a Year to Study Climate Change Climate, Today

    The Mosaic expedition, a $155 million undertaking five years in the making, aims for a better understanding of how global warming will affect the Arctic. 

  73. Airbnb Says It Plans to Go Public in 2020 Technology, Today

    Making a public statement about a stock market debut in a particular year is unusual among technology start-ups, which typically keep their plans secret.

  74. Yankees’ Domingo German on Leave Amid Domestic Violence Inquiry Sports, Today

    German will be unable to play while M.L.B. conducts an investigation into an incident that was said to have occurred this week.

  75. Dia:Chelsea to Offer Free Admission Arts, Today

    When the exhibition space reopens in 2020 with a project by Renata Lucas, all five of Dia’s New York City sites will be free.

  76. The Crisis for Birds Is a Crisis for Us All Opinion, Today

    The mass disappearance of North American birds is a dire warning about the planet’s well-being.

  77. Birds Are Vanishing From North America Science, Today

    The number of birds in the United States and Canada has declined by 3 billion, or 29 percent, over the past half-century, scientists find.

  78. Can Kamala Harris Persuade the American Jury? Opinion, Today

    Despite her “stellar résumé,” a reader writes, she has not yet made a persuasive case. Another chides her for saying or doing what is expedient.

  79. U.S. Cuts $100 Million in Aid to Afghanistan, Citing Government Corruption World, Today

    The funding cut was announced a week before Afghanistan holds national elections, and in the wake of failed peace talks with the Taliban.

  80. Joe Biden’s Positions on Race Over the Years Opinion, Today

    One reader calls Charles M. Blow’s critique “character assassination” while another views it as “incisive.”

  81. The Saudis Are Keeping the Oil Flowing, but It’s Not Easy Business, Today

    Saudi Aramco is using up its reserves and buying some oil products in a bid to keep customers happy while damaged facilities are repaired.

  82. The Saudis Are Keeping the Oil Flowing, but It’s Not Easy Business, Today

    Saudi Aramco is using up its reserves and buying some oil products in a bid to keep customers happy while damaged facilities are repaired.

  83. What Students Are Saying About: Mental Health Days, Self-Doubt and Their Fashion Idols The Learning Network, Today

    Teenage comments in response to our recent writing prompts, and an invitation to join the ongoing conversation.

  84. Officer Who Guarded El Chapo’s Wife Is Accused of Dealing Drugs New York, Today

    The 12-year police veteran worked off-duty providing security to the Mexican drug lord’s wife during his trial.

  85. ‘Loro’ Review: A Corrupt Leader, and the People Who Love Him Movies, Today

    Toni Servillo plays the former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in Paolo Sorrentino’s extravagant portrait.

  86. Is It Time to Quit Vaping? Health, Today

    Health officials have recommended that people refrain from using e-cigarettes as they investigate a severe lung illness that has killed eight people. Here are some things to consider.

  87. Siberian Shaman on Trek to ‘Cast Out’ Putin From the Kremlin Is Arrested World, Today

    Jittery about unrest, Russian security forces detained the mystic on his self-proclaimed mission to drive out President Vladimir V. Putin, whom he called a “demon.”

  88. Female Artists Made Little Progress in Museums Since 2008, Survey Finds Arts, Today

    In the past decade, only 11 percent of all work acquired by the country’s top museums was by women.

  89. DealBook Special Section: DC Strategy Forum Interactive, Today

    Andrew Ross Sorkin hosted newsmakers from the worlds of business and policy earlier this month to try to solve problems from student debt to carbon emissions.

  90. U.S. Orders Duke and U.N.C. to Recast Tone in Mideast Studies U.S., Today

    The Education Department is investigating a Middle East studies program run by Duke and the University of North Carolina, citing, among other issues, how Judaism is discussed.

  91. Smart Lights Enhance Home Security and Shine a Light on Crime Smarter Living, Today

    Smart lighting brightens up your home and makes life more convenient. But it’s also an easy and effective way to enhance home security.

  92. South Sudan Oil Consortium Funded Militias Accused of Atrocities, Report Says World, Today

    The report by a watchdog group linked Dar Petroleum Operating Company to the president and outlined other major players it said were complicit in violence and corruption.

  93. ‘Where’s My Roy Cohn?’ Review: A Fixer’s Progress Movies, Today

    A documentary traces the life and times of a notorious lawyer whose career stretched from Joseph McCarthy to Donald J. Trump.

  94. The Surprise of Jaap van Zweden’s Philharmonic Tenure? Surprise Arts, Today

    Starting his second New York season, this conductor has been more innovative than our critic had expected.

  95. The Fashion Week Diary of Sandy Liang, Fleece Phenom Business, Today

    ‘Gorpcore’ jackets and ’90s-inspired comfort items have made her one of the most sought-after designers in New York.

  96. Outside Prison Walls: Waiting, Spinning, Flying Arts, Today

    In a park next to Sing Sing, an aerial dance performance focuses on the experiences of women with jailed loved ones.

  97. Trade Conflicts Weigh on Confidence, Posing a Risk to Trump Business, Today

    A survey finds broad-based opposition to the president’s trade policies, and concerns about what they could mean for the economy.

  98. ‘Rambo: Last Blood’ Review: Death Country for Old Men Movies, Today

    While the killings in this continuation of Rambo saga are zestfully depicted, the movie overall is rote.

  99. Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, 83, Tunisia Autocrat Ousted in Arab Spring, Dies World, Today

    His oppressive rule set off uprisings that spread throughout the Arab world. He died in exile in Saudi Arabia, which had refused to extradite him.

  100. ‘Ad Astra’ Review: Brad Pitt Orbits the Powers of Darkness Movies, Today

    The latest from the director James Gray centers on an astronaut whose mission into deep space becomes a voyage of self-discovery.

  101. The Best of Milan Fashion Week, in Pictures T Magazine, Today

    We’ll be updating this post daily with notes on the collections and our favorite images, so remember to check back.

  102. Yeehaw Podcasts, Today

    How “Old Town Road” became our song of the year.

  103. Michigan Warns Residents About Mosquito-Borne Illness After a Death Automobiles, Today

    Health authorities are investigating other cases of Eastern Equine Encephalitis, which is transmitted through a mosquito bite, after one man died and two people were confirmed infected.

  104. States Warn Residents About Rare Mosquito-Borne Illness That Has Killed 5 U.S., Today

    Health authorities are investigating other cases of Eastern Equine Encephalitis, a virus transmitted through a mosquito bite, which has left at least five people dead in three states this year.

  105. Vaping Illnesses Increase to 530 Probable Cases, C.D.C. Says Health, Today

    More than three-fourths of those sickened are male, health officials said, and half are under 25. Missouri reported the eighth death linked to vaping during this summer’s crisis.

  106. India Is Building a More Prosperous Kashmir Opinion, Today

    Prime Minister Imran Khan of Pakistan can run his own economy into the ground, but not those of his neighbors.

  107. I Buy Kegs for the Office. Do I Have to Buy Tampons, Too? Business, Today

    Here’s the difference between ‘nice to have’ and ‘need to have’ products at work.

  108. It’s a Dirty Job, but Someone Has to Do It and Not Get Eaten Science, Today

    Cleaner shrimp appear to have developed a strategy that protects them from predators they get very close to.

  109. Film Club: ‘If You Didn’t ‘Sharent,’ Did You Even Parent?’ The Learning Network, Today

    Are parents endangering their children by sharing images and information about them on social media?

  110. Have Images of Trudeau in Blackface and Brownface Affected How You Will Vote in October? Reader Center, Today

    We want to hear from Canadians on their reactions to the prime minister wearing blackface and brownface.

  111. Is It Still Possible to Pay for College? Interactive, Today

    For many, the cost of college is far greater than tuition. We asked students and parents to share their experiences.

  112. Trump Lawyers Argue He Cannot Be Criminally Investigated New York, Today

    The president’s legal team is trying to block a subpoena seeking his tax returns, claiming that any criminal investigation of Mr. Trump is unconstitutional.

  113. Do We Really Have Only 12 Years to Avoid Climate Disaster? Opinion, Today

    The widely recited “12-year deadline” is wrong — and right.

  114. Whistle-Blower Complaint Sets Off a Battle Involving Trump U.S., Today

    The complaint, from a member of the intelligence community, remained opaque but involved at least one of the president’s communications with a foreign leader.

  115. This Season’s Most Anticipated Books, With Just a Few Spoilers T Magazine, Today

    The artist Katja Seib illustrates what happens inside fall’s novels (and one poetry collection). Plus, a few other releases on our radar.

  116. What Do Pants Have to Do With Professionalism? Style, Today

    A woman thinks that her female colleague’s low-cut slacks are inappropriate for the workplace. Should she say something?

  117. What’s Going On in This Graph? | Sept. 25, 2019 The Learning Network, Today

    The change in the population across the country has varied considerably in the past decade.

  118. Walmart’s Chief Executive to Chair the Business Roundtable Business, Today

    Walmart C.E.O. Doug McMillon will head the C.E.O. trade group and replace JPMorgan’s chief, Jamie Dimon.

  119. Amazon Accelerates Efforts to Fight Climate Change Technology, Today

    Pledging that the retailer would be carbon neutral by 2040, Jeff Bezos, the C.E.O., said it was ordering 100,000 electric delivery trucks.

  120. 20 Under $20: Minimal Effort, Maximum Pleasure Food, Today

    On those nights when you just need to flop, find a wine that’s alive, interesting, easy to enjoy and moderately priced. It is the reward you deserve.

  121. Thai Flavors Without Shortcuts at Boran in Carroll Gardens Food, Today

    The chef makes his own shrimp paste for the fried rice dish khao kluk kapi.

  122. A Wide-Ranging Thai Menu Slideshow, Today

    The chef at Boran in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, avoids cutting corners in his cuisine.

  123. Imelda Turns Streets Into Rivers in Eastern Texas Video, Today

    Areas that were hit by Hurricane Harvey in 2017 are now facing heavy rainfall and flooding as Tropical Depression Imelda churns through the Houston region.

  124. Rock Star Patti Smith, Making Paris Swoon Style, Today

    She is working toward a third act as a novelist, and her new book, “Year of the Monkey,” blends fact and fiction.

  125. Fendi: Spring 2020 Slideshow, Today

    See the looks from the Fendi: Spring 2020 Collection.

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

    This week’s homes are in East Williamsburg, on the Upper East Side and in the Flatiron district.

  127. What Makes Someone a Fan? Sports, Today

    It’s more than just ticket sales. Rich Luker, a social psychologist, studies fandom and why, for example, someone might get a tattoo of their favorite team.

  128. Judy Chicago on Rescuing Women From Art History’s Sidelines Arts, Today

    Ms. Chicago, who has new shows in Los Angeles and Washington, talks about pioneering female painters.

  129. Sturgill Simpson Leaves His Old Sound (and the Spotlight) in the Rear View Arts, Today

    Two years ago, the Nashville disrupter won a Grammy and a new kind of country music stardom. Then he realized he wanted something different.

  130. Treating the Incredible Shrinking Vagina Well, Today

    What is “vaginal atrophy,” and how can you stop it?

  131. Trump’s National Security Aides Refining Possible Iran Options World, Today

    President Trump has threatened to order “the ultimate option” of a strike on Iran after attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities, but also emphasized his opposition to another war.

  132. Turkey’s Art Scene Makes a Comeback, Under Erdogan’s Shadow Arts, Today

    Major museums are opening, and the Istanbul Biennial is underway. Just don’t ask about politics.

  133. New Video Surfaces Showing Trudeau in Blackface, Compounding Scandal World, Today

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada has cast himself as spokesman for the world’s liberals. But a series of episodes challenges that view.

  134. India Plans to Ban E-Cigarettes, as Global Backlash Intensifies World, Today

    Juul and other manufacturers had hoped to expand to the country, which has one of the highest rates of tobacco use in the world.

  135. The Most Popular Listings of August Real Estate, Today

  136. Gulalai Ismail, Feminist Hunted by Pakistan’s Authorities, Escapes to U.S. World, Today

    After months on the run accused of treason, Ms. Ismail made it to New York. Human rights defenders say she is innocent. Senators are ready to help her.

  137. What to Know About California’s Fight With Trump Over Emissions U.S., Today

    Thursday: Catch up on the escalating conflict. Also: Read about charges against Ed Buck, and see a Paso Robles light installation.

  138. Heavy Rains Drench Texas, Flooding Towns Devastated by Harvey U.S., Today

    Some areas in southeastern Texas have been drenched with more than three feet of rain, forcing chaotic evacuations and leaving residents stranded.

  139. Sara Mearns and Her Navy SEALs Arts, Today

    In a in an exhilarating, diabolically difficult section of George Balanchine’s “Union Jack,” Ms. Mearns feels the power.

  140. Elizabeth Warren’s Working-Class Problem Opinion, Today

    The biggest question about her surging campaign.

  141. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, Today

    This week’s homes are in East Williamsburg, on the Upper East Side and in the Flatiron district.

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

    This week’s properties include a three-bedroom in Rye, N.Y., and a five-bedroom in Rumson, N.J.

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

    This week’s properties include a three-bedroom in Rye, N.Y., and a five-bedroom in Rumson, N.J.

  144. The Dolphins Are Awful. Brian Flores Is Fine. Sports, Today

    Brian Flores, one of the few N.F.L. coaches from New York City, is trying to revive the sinking Miami Dolphins. It’s not going well.

  145. Pelosi’s Drug Plan Would Let U.S. Negotiate Prices of 250 Medications U.S., Today

    Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveils her bill to fight high prescription drug pricing, which could prod the Senate and the White House to act on a popular but elusive cause.

  146. ‘Too Much Fashion, Too Much Clothes, Too Much Everything’ Style, Today

    Miuccia Prada has a different idea. And other kinds of sustainable fashion at Jil Sander and Brunello Cucinelli.

  147. ‘Corporate Animals’ Review: Trust Falls at the Center of the Earth Movies, Today

    Demi Moore plays the unpleasant boss of unpleasant people trying to survive after a cave collapses on a company retreat.

  148. Fighter Pilot Is Left Dangling From Power Lines After F-16 Crash World, Today

    The Belgian Air Force jet went down over western France, causing both pilots onboard to use their ejector seats and parachutes. Both escaped with minor injuries.

  149. School Shooting Hoodies Draw Outrage From Survivors Style, Today

    A New York street wear company showcased sweatshirts last week featuring bullet holes and the names of schools where students have been killed in mass shootings.

  150. Iran’s Foreign Minister Vows ‘All-Out War’ if U.S. or Saudis Strike World, Today

    “We don’t want war,” Mohammad Javad Zarif said. But “we won’t blink to defend our territory,” he added. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said President Trump wants peace.

  151. Netanyahu and Gantz Agree on Unity, but Not on What It Means World, Today

    The prime minister called on his rival, Benny Gantz, to meet right away, in a dramatic bid to remain in power. His opponents called it just posturing.

  152. Has Banksy Monkeyed Around With His Parliament of Chimps? Arts, Today

    A painting set to be offered at Sotheby’s appears altered in some obvious ways. But the online catalog didn’t mention that.

  153. ‘Villains’ Review: Blundering Robbers Meet Their Match Movies, Today

    The film zigzags between tones, zanily bouncing between comedy and horror-esque thrills.

  154. ‘Always in Season’ Review: Lynching Is Not Just Part of America’s Past Movies, Today

    Jacqueline Olive, who directed the documentary, makes a powerful case that such murders can and do happen today.

  155. ‘Diego Maradona’ Review: A Soccer Player Who Got His Kicks Movies, Today

    The filmmaker Asif Kapadia (who won an Oscar for “Amy”) cuts through the filler of conventional sports documentaries.

  156. ‘Britt-Marie Was Here’ Review: Scrubbing Away Years of Indifference Movies, Today

    In this Swedish comedy, a woman’s humdrum life changes when she takes on a job as a youth soccer coach.

  157. ‘Zeroville’ Review: An Innocent Finds a New Religion Movies, Today

    A near-catatonic James Franco plays a movie-obsessed innocent in “Zeroville,” a painful head trip through 1970s Hollywood.

  158. DealBook Briefing: The Debate Over Profits vs. Public Interest Continues Business, Today

    Many C.E.O.s say they’ll focus on helping their communities. Others say they’re sticking with profits. It shows that Corporate America has more thinking to do.

  159. Max Mara: Spring 2020 Slideshow, Today

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  162. The End of Saudi Arabia’s Illusion Opinion, Today

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  164. Don’t Let Climate Change Stop You From Becoming a Parent Opinion, Today

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  168. Justin Trudeau, Donald Trump, San Francisco: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, Today

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  197. Should People Profit From Housing? Bernie Sanders Says Yes, and No The Upshot, Today

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  198. Trevor Noah Is Skeptical About War in Iran, Even if Saudis Are Good Customers Arts, Today

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  202. Word + Quiz: querulous The Learning Network, Today

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  203. Trump Says ‘It’s Crazy’ to Spend $13 Million Per Inmate at Guantánamo U.S., Today

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  204. Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Trial Ends With Acquittals of 3 Executives Business, Today

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  205. What’s on TV Thursday: ‘Aniara’ and a Climate Forum Arts, Today

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  206. Pete Alonso’s Home Run and Walk Lift the Mets Sports, Today

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  207. Corrections: September 19, 2019 Corrections, Yesterday

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  208. San Francisco to Get Environmental Violation for Homelessness, Trump Says U.S., Yesterday

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  209. Quotation of the Day: Biden Has Faith in McConnell. Some Democratic Rivals Wonder Why. Today’s Paper, Yesterday

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  210. Iran, Brexit, Justin Trudeau: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, Yesterday

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  211. At Least Once Crosswords & Games, Yesterday

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  212. American Airlines Mechanic Accused of Plane Sabotage May Have Ties to Terrorists, U.S. Says U.S., Yesterday

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