24 Hours of NYT News


  1. Alabama Senate Race, Unlikely Nail-Biter, Races to Finish Line National, Today

    Amid a blur of question marks and conflicting polls, Roy S. Moore, the Republican, and Doug Jones, the Democrat, made their final appeals to voters Monday.

  2. A Normal New York Commute, a Boom and Then Chaos Metro, Today

    As commuters headed to work on Monday morning, someone in a crowded subway corridor near Times Square was wearing a bomb.

  3. Where the Port Authority Subway Explosion Happened Interactive, Today

    The explosion occurred in the underground passageway connecting the Times Square and Port Authority subway stations in Manhattan.

  4. A Look Beneath the Port Authority, Where a Bomb Exploded Interactive, Today

    The explosion occurred in the underground passageway connecting the Times Square and Port Authority subway stations in Manhattan.

  5. Ryan Lizza Fired by The New Yorker Over Sexual Misconduct Allegation Express, Today

    The magazine said it “severed ties” with Mr. Lizza, its Washington correspondent, over “improper sexual conduct.” He denied that charge.

  6. Port Authority Bomber Was Inspired by ISIS Christmas Attacks, Officials Say Metro, Today

    The would-be suicide bomber told officials he chose the location near Times Square because of its holiday posters, recalling strikes in Europe against Christmas markets.

  7. A Nasty, Nafta-Related Surprise: Mexico’s Soaring Obesity Science, Today

    Few predicted when Mexico joined the free-trade deal that it would transform the country in a way that would saddle millions with diet-related illnesses.

  8. Why Team Trump Needs to Lay Off the Mueller Probe Op Ed, Today

    If it goes to the question of impeachment, Congress will need help.

  9. Mario Batali Steps Away From Restaurants Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations Express, Today

    Mr. Batali made his announcement in a statement after four women accused the chef of groping. He is also stepping aside from ABC’s “The Chew.”

  10. Trump Says New York Times Is ‘Wrong!’ on His Television Habits Washington, Today

    President Trump responded to a Times article published over the weekend that offered an inside look into a typical day.

  11. Whirlwind Putin Tour Highlights Moscow’s New Reach in Mideast Foreign, Today

    The Russian president visited Syria, Egypt and Turkey all in a day, a trip underscoring new alliances and his role as a statesman.

  12. Subway Tunnel Blast Disrupts Morning Commute in New York Metro, Today

    An explosion near the Port Authority Bus Terminal on Monday morning temporarily closed the terminal and the subway station underneath, disrupting the commute for tens of thousands of commuters.

  13. Treasury Defends Tax Plan Cost With One-Page Analysis Washington, Today

    A long-awaited document says the $1.5 trillion plan will pay for itself, assuming robust economic growth from a host of policies yet to be enacted.

  14. People Don’t Take Their Pills. Only One Thing Seems to Help. Upshot, Today

    High-tech approaches and “reminder” packaging don’t work well. Reducing prices does.

  15. No Longer Homeless, but Still Struggling in School Metro, Today

    Formerly homeless students continue to do poorly in school for years, scoring as poorly on state tests as their peers who have no place to live.

  16. Sexual Harassment Training Doesn’t Work. But Some Things Do. Upshot, Today

    Traditional methods can backfire, but ideas like teaching bystanders to intervene and promoting more women have proved effective.

  17. Rethinking Electric Power, Prompted by Politics and Disaster National, Today

    On the West Coast, a center for alternative energy technology, researchers see opportunities for new ideas in Puerto Rico’s wrecked power grid and Washington’s turn from climate policy.

  18. Putin’s Re-election Is Assured. Let the Succession Fight Begin. Foreign, Today

    The March 2018 presidential election in Russia is a sideshow to the real battle: determining what comes after President Putin’s next term ends in 2024.

  19. ‘The Shape of Water’ and ‘Big Little Lies’ Lead Golden Globe Nominations Culture, Today

    “The Shape of Water,” Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy, led the way with seven nominations, while the newspaper drama “The Post” had six.

  20. Footage of ‘Attempted Terrorist Attack’ at New York Transit Hub Video, Today

    Four people were injured in an explosion in the passageway connecting the Times Square and Port Authority subway stations. A suspect is in custody.

  21. Iranian Terror. Argentinian Cover Up. Justice at Last? Op Ed, Today

    Our friend Alberto Nisman was killed for trying to expose the truth behind a Buenos Aires bombing. His work is finally being vindicated.

  22. Surveillance Video Shows Bomb Going Off in New York Transit Hub Video, Today

    Surveillance cameras captured the moments before and after a suspect appeared to detonate a bomb in a New York City subway tunnel connecting Times Square and Port Authority stations.

  23. The Movie Surprises and Snubs of the 2018 Golden Globes Culture, Today

    “Wonder Woman” got nothing; neither did Jake Gyllenhaal or Tiffany Haddish. “All the Money in the World,” which was to star Kevin Spacey, drew 3 nominations.

  24. Precious Gems Bear Messages From Earth’s Molten Heart Science, Today

    We may covet gemstones for their beauty, but their real value lies in what they tell scientists about the extreme forces at work deep underground.

  25. Jets Quarterback Josh McCown Will Miss the Rest of the Season Sports, Today

    McCown, who is enjoying the best season of his career, sustained a broken left hand on Sunday. Bryce Petty will start for the Jets next week.

  26. Marshall Loeb, Editor Who Shaped Money and Fortune Magazines, Dies at 88 Obits, Today

    Mr. Loeb turned a floundering Money into one of the nation’s most successful publications in the 1980s and led a similar revival at Fortune.

  27. James Hanley, Labor Negotiator for Three Mayors, Dies at 69 Obits, Today

    Mr. Hanley served for four decades in New York City’s labor relations office and won productivity gains and respect from union negotiators.

  28. How to Clean Up Your Holiday Messes Smarter Living, Today

    Welcome to the latest edition of the Smarter Living newsletter.

  29. Suspect in Times Square Bombing Leaves Trail of Mystery Metro, Today

    As the authorities searched for clues, those who knew Akayed Ullah described the trappings of an ordinary immigrant life in Brooklyn.

  30. Bitcoin Futures Set Scene for More Gambling Business, Today

    Bitcoin futures open fresh avenues for trading, but for now the new contracts have little utility beyond speculation.

  31. James Franco Can Relate to Tommy Wiseau Culture, Today

    With a Golden Globe nomination for “The Disaster Artist,” the actor, director and recent “SNL” host talks about making a good movie about a bad one, and the wave of sexual harassment allegations in Hollywood.

  32. The Top 10 New York Dishes of 2017 Interactive, Today

    Pete Wells picks the favorite things he ate (or drank) this year, from bacon-y mussels to a grandma-style pizza.

  33. Trump’s Criticism of W.T.O. Hurts America First Business, Today

    Changes are needed at the World Trade Organization, but weakening it has consequences for U.S. firms.

  34. Gabriel García Márquez’s Archive Freely Available Online Culture, Today

    The Harry Ransom Center in Texas has digitized and made available roughly half of the novelist’s archive, including a draft of an unpublished memoir.

  35. Gateway Pundit Writer Will Not Face Charge in UConn Scuffle Express, Today

    Lucian Wintrich was arrested in November after a scuffle with a woman who took papers from his lectern.

  36. 2018 Golden Globes: List of Nominees Culture, Today

    A complete list of the nominees for the 2018 Golden Globe awards.

  37. Airports Are Losing Money as Ride-Hailing Services Grow Business, Today

    Fewer people are parking their cars at airports, using taxis or renting cars. And fees from Uber and Lyft do not make up for the lost revenue from those services.

  38. Au-devant du Brexit, Paris tente un relooking économique Business, Today

    Paris espère séduire les entreprises qui quittent Londres en remplaçant la paperasse par le tapis rouge.

  39. Birth Control Pills Protect Against Cancer, Too Science, Today

    A small increased risk of breast cancer among women using hormonal contraceptives may be offset by the pill’s protective effects.

  40. After a Midtown Blast, Ride-Hailing Prices Spike, Briefly Metro, Today

    Riders complained that Lyft and Uber were profiteering off a terror attack near Times Square, and the companies then turned off surge pricing.

  41. U2’s ‘Songs of Experience’ Tops Taylor Swift on the Billboard Chart Culture, Today

    The Irish band has its eighth No. 1 album, including one in each of the last four decades.

  42. Theresa May Quiets the Critics — in Her Own Party Foreign, Today

    The British prime minister had to calm waters roiled by her own cabinet members, who seemed to undercut a hard-won agreement on Friday to keep Brexit talks alive.

  43. Pictures of the Day, Oct. 15 Slideshow, Today

    Gen. Petraeus meets with tribal leaders, Chinese Communist Party's 17th National Congress begins.

  44. On the Street Slideshow, Today

    Black was the dominant color seen near the end of Paris Fashion Week, when the city celebrated Nuit Blanche, the annual all-night festival of arts and music.

  45. Pulse | Lose the Mink Slideshow, Today

    This season, proper wool or cashmere coats are in abundance, edging out leather and down-filled toppers as cold-weather favorites.

  46. City Room Week in Pictures, Oct. 6-13 Slideshow, Today

    The best photographs taken in the New York region by Times photographers in the past week.

  47. Pictures of the Day, Oct. 12 Slideshow, Today

    Id al-Fitr celebrations around the world marking end of Ramadan and a funeral for 12 soldiers at Arlington.

  48. Pictures of the Day, Oct. 11 Slideshow, Today

    Bomb in Kirkuk kills nine, Turkey protests U.S. vote on genocide

  49. Pictures of the Day, Oct. 10 Slideshow, Today

    Residents return to refugee camp in Lebanon, more detainees released from Camp Victory in Iraq

  50. Physical Culture | Gear Test, Rock-Climbing Pants Slideshow, Today

    Lara McCluskey, a rock-climbing instructor for the National Outdoor Leadership School, tests five pairs while climbing and scaling boulders in Sinks Canyon State Park.

  51. Pictures of the Day, Oct. 9 Slideshow, Today

    Gunfire and bombings in Iraq, gun battles and a bombing in Pakistan

  52. Highlights From the Japanese Classic Car Show Slideshow, Today

    More than 350 cars were on display at the third Japanese Classic Car Show in Long Beach, Calif.

  53. Pictures of the Day, Oct. 8 Slideshow, Today

    British Prime Minister outlines troop withdrawal from Iraq, helicopter escorting Musharraf crashes, Iranian students protest against Ahmadinejad

  54. On the Street | Strapped Slideshow, Today

    The early fall shoes women are wearing in New York are a cobweb of straps, and some are studded like motorcycle jackets.

  55. Pulse Slideshow, Today

    What Anna Sheffield is wearing now, skin care products, wallets and leggings.

  56. City Room Week in Pictures, Sept. 30-Oct. 5 Slideshow, Today

    The best photographs taken in the New York region by Times photographers in the past week.

  57. Pictures of the Day, Oct. 5 Slideshow, Today

    U.S. troops chase down suspects, Pakistan election on schedule for tomorrow, and monks attend UN Security Council meeting on Myanmar

  58. Paul Rudolph's Glamorous Apartment Slideshow, Today

    The owners of a Manhattan apartment designed by the Kentucky-born architect have kept the main rooms, completed nearly 40 years ago, in original condition.

  59. The Exhibitionist Slideshow, Today

    Video art is coming out of the pitch-black room and into the open-big time. Alix Browne meets the collectors who are not afraid to show their stuff.

  60. Hot Properties Slideshow, Today

    Shimmering copper, graphic wood grain, cool marble: this season, it's all the surface.

  61. Chaises and Daybeds Slideshow, Today

    Need a break? These chaises and daybeds will rock your leisure world.

  62. For Spoon Collectors and Design Enthusiasts Dining, Today

    “Spoon” by Daniel Rozensztroch captures the humble utensil in myriad forms.

  63. Pictures of the Day, Oct. 4 Slideshow, Today

    Leaders of North and South Korea sign joint reconciliation pact, plane crashes in neighborhood in Congo killing more than 20, 3200 trapped miners rescued in South Africa

  64. In Store: That's Amore Slideshow, Today

    At Spazio Rossana Orlandi in Milan, money can buy you love.

  65. The Must-Haves Slideshow, Today

    The must-haves: nesting trays, hanging lights, a wild vase, folding chairs and statement candlesticks.

  66. Pictures of the Day, Oct. 3 Slideshow, Today

    Polish ambassador injured in Iraq blast, Indian soldiers in battle with militants in Kashmir, last Paris show for Valentino

  67. Physical Culture | Gear Test Slideshow, Today

    Lynn Jennings, an Olympic runner, tests the latest step up in sock technology.

  68. Pictures of the Day, Oct. 2 Slideshow, Today

    Leaders of North and South Korea meet, British Prime Minister visits Iraq and announces troop withdrawal

  69. Slideshow, Today

    A two-bedroom, two-bath lakefront condo in Sandpoint, Idaho. The condo, built in 2006, has 1,397 square feet of space and has never been occupied.

  70. Pictures of the Day, Oct. 1 Slideshow, Today

    A announcement from Russia's President Putin; a biblical baptism; the Mets clear out of Shea, and more.

  71. Live Event: Podcast Club, IRL, With the Hosts of ‘By the Book’ Insider, Today

    Are you a podcast obsessive? Join us on Monday, Dec. 18, for a live meetup of the New York Times Podcast Club.

  72. City Room Week in Pictures, Sept. 22-28 Slideshow, Today

    The best photographs taken in the New York region by Times photographers in the past week.

  73. On the Street | Jerseyites Slideshow, Today

    The draped daytime crepe dress of the wartime ’40s has been revived in fluid jersey, minus the shoulder pads but often complete with the signature dolman sleeve.

  74. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 28 Slideshow, Today

    Demonstrations around world in support of Myanmar protesters, response to arrest of opposition leader in Georgia.

  75. Pulse | Knit Dresses Slideshow, Today

    The sweater dress, no longer a boring basic straight out of your mother’s college yearbook, is swiftly racking up votes for the retail world’s Homecoming queen.

  76. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 27 Slideshow, Today

    Attacks on protesters in Myanmar grow more violent, 11 dead over two days in Gaza fighting.

  77. Extra Credit Slideshow, Today

    Fresh out of orientation, Wesleyan University first-years are already proving to be model students.

  78. Ragpickers in India Slideshow, Today

    Manwara Begum and the ragpickers of New Delhi

  79. Which Do You Prefer: Music or Panting? Slideshow, Today

    Gear test with Patrick McCrann, triathlon coach.

  80. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 26 Slideshow, Today

    Police clash with police in Myanmar, al-Maliki speaks to U.N. General Assembly.

  81. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 25 Slideshow, Today

    United Nations General Assembly debate, Buddhist monks continue protest marches despite government warnings and Japan selects new prime minister.

  82. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 24 Slideshow, Today

    Iranian president in New York, Citizens join Bhuddist monks in protest marches in Myanmar

  83. Pulse | The Foodie Slideshow, Today

    What Padma Lakshmi is wearing now, a new label called Vince, hair products and more.

  84. On the Street | Divesting Slideshow, Today

    A few fearless men are giving a jolt to the accepted look of men’s clothes.

  85. City Room Week in Pictures, Sept. 15-22 Slideshow, Today

    The best photographs taken in the New York region by Times photographers in the past week.

  86. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 21 Slideshow, Today

    A Lebanese legislator was buried and a court in Chile approved the extradition of Alberto Fujimori to Peru.

  87. Little Britain Slideshow, Today

    A crew of young designers from across the pond are making fashion waves with their fall collections. Look for names like Louise Goldin, Christopher Kane, Marios Schwab — and an attitude of cool defiance.

  88. In-Store | Northern Star Slideshow, Today

    The Vancouver designer Raif Adelberg shows off Canada's capital of cool.

  89. With Climate Change, Tree Die-Offs May Spread in the West Science, Today

    Forests will be decimated as trees become less resilient to drought and higher temperatures, new data suggest.

  90. Carry-Ons for Global Geeks Slideshow, Today

    Briefcases, luggage tags, a Cartier watch and hiking boots.

  91. Orthodox Jews Prepare for Yom Kippur Slideshow, Today

    Preparations were under way in Jerusalem for the Day of Atonement, one of the holiest days in the Jewish calendar.

  92. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 20 Slideshow, Today

    Thousands march in Jena, La., Rice meets with Abbas and Bhuddist monks march in protest for third day

  93. Currents | Scaled-Down Furnishings Slideshow, Today

    Architecture, exhibits, wall coverings, preservation and more.

  94. Physical Culture | Gear Test, Tennis Shoes Slideshow, Today

    Jody Scheldt, tennis professional, tests lightweight tennis shoes.

  95. Talking Through Their Gloves Slideshow, Today

    Baseball players have a long history of trying to keep their signs and plays secret. But now when they're out on the field, they even chat through their gloves, just in case there's a lip-reader nearby or watching on TV.

  96. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 19 Slideshow, Today

    A bombing in Lebanon killed a politician and a Khmer Rouge figure is in custody.

  97. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 18 Slideshow, Today

    Bombings, arrests continue in Iraq, Chinese evacuated in path of a typhoon.

  98. On the Trail With McCain Slideshow, Today

    John McCain took his “No Surrender” tour to South Carolina.

  99. New Images of Iapetus Slideshow, Today

    The Cassini probe recently swept by for a really close look at Iapetus, one of Saturn's moons.

  100. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 17 Slideshow, Today

    The aftermath of the Thailand plane crash, and a U.S. attorney general nominee.

  101. Ramadan Begins in Jerusalem Slideshow, Today

    Hundreds of Palestinians thronged West Bank checkpoints to reach a holy site in Jerusalem for the start of the Muslim month of Ramadan.

  102. On the Street | Colorists Slideshow, Today

    Balloon colors and lively patterns, from tiny confetti dots to splashy prints, inspire smiles in a city long associated with black.

  103. Three Shows to Watch This Week Watching, Today

    Three knock-your-socks-off seasons, all newly streaming.

  104. City Room Week in Pictures, Sept. 8-15 Slideshow, Today

    The best photographs taken in the New York region by Times photographers in the past week.

  105. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 14 Slideshow, Today

    A sheik is buried, Bush visits marines, and Ramadan.

  106. Haute Wheels Slideshow, Today

    Fresh from the Paris haute couture: designers’ most spectacular flights of fantasy, grounded by a street-smart attitude.

  107. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 13 Slideshow, Today

    More earthquakes hit Indonesia and more bombings in Iraq.

  108. If Luxe Could Kill Slideshow, Today

    Armed and dangerous for all.

  109. The Literary Type Slideshow, Today

    Those dead white European guys are still making a statement.

  110. Personal Shopper: Sheets Slideshow, Today

    A luxurious night's sleep is not limited to a particular thread count.

  111. Couture Club Slideshow, Today

    When blokes need a fashion fix.

  112. Apple Confirms Deal for Shazam: DealBook Briefing Business, Today

    Apple confirmed Monday that it has reached a deal to buy Shazam, the maker of an app that identifies songs after listening to just a few seconds of them.

  113. Eyes on Alabama and Roy Moore Letters, Today

    Readers are appalled that a man accused of sexual misconduct involving children might be elected to the Senate. One decries “blind partisanship.”

  114. Pulse | What We're Wearing Now Slideshow, Today

    An interview with the designers of Rag & Bone, what to wear when the mercury finally drops and retro-preppy neckties.

  115. Side Impact Slideshow, Today

    A weekend house in the Hudson Valley is a small triumph of proportion, light and inexpensive materials used to striking effect.

  116. City Room Week in Pictures, Aug. 3-10 Slideshow, Today

    A fatal shooting in Newark, the storms and transit disruptions, an artist’s makeshift submarine, and more.

  117. Jessica Chastain Feared Speaking Out Would Hurt Her Career Culture, Today

    The Golden Globe nomination on Monday was especially gratifying for the “Molly’s Game” actress, who has been an outspoken critic of sexual harassment.

  118. Immigrants in Court Letters, Today

    The American Bar Association says equal access to justice is threatened when ICE agents seize suspected undocumented immigrants from courthouses.

  119. Physical Culture | Gear Test, Baby Bike Seat Slideshow, Today

    Reinventing the baby bike seat.

  120. Cutting a Wide Swath Slideshow, Today

    For the past seven years, Roger Baker has created field portraits ranging in size from 500,000 square feet to more than a million — all by mowing the lawn.

  121. Pulse | You Shouldn't Have Slideshow, Today

    Hostess gifts should convey the giver’s wit, good taste and gratitude — without kicking down the doors of ostentation.

  122. City Room Week in Pictures Slideshow, Today

    A selection of the best photographs taken in New York City by Times photographers in the past week.

  123. Sexy Beast Slideshow, Today

    A menagerie unleashed from fashion’s wildest dreams.

  124. Bridge Collapse, Day 3 Slideshow, Today

  125. How Women Are Addressed Letters, Today

    A professor writes, “I wonder how many of the female doctors who complain of lack of professional respect talk down to their patients.”

  126. Op-Art: Conditioning Slideshow, Today

    To have or have not an air-conditioner in the throes of summer. By R. Kikuo Johnson. Part of Summerscapes, an occasional series on the rites of summer.

  127. Bridge Collapse: Day 2 Slideshow, Today

  128. Celebrating Barbara Cook’s Life With Songs and Stories Culture, Today

    “A Tribute to Barbara Cook” will honor her life and work with a night of songs, stories and speeches on Dec. 18. Ms. Cook died this year at age 89.

  129. Physical Culture | Gear Test, Locks Slideshow, Today

    Brad Quartuccio, editor of Urban Velo, a magazine that focuses on city cycling, tests locks in his day-to-day travels through Pittsburgh.

  130. Treating Traumatized Girls Letters, Today

    A Legal Aid Society lawyer says residential treatment centers for victims of sex trafficking are often simply “dumping grounds.”

  131. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 12 Slideshow, Today

    The Japanese prime minister resigns and Indonesia is hit by an earthquake.

  132. Physical Culture | Gear Test, Aqua Socks Slideshow, Today

    Testing aqua socks on Lake Union in Seattle.

  133. The Cast System Slideshow, Today

    Break your Fall with tony tailoring.

  134. English Beat Slideshow, Today

    Disaffected Anglo youth, at their snappiest.

  135. Transgender People Will Be Allowed to Enlist in the Military as a Court Case Advances Washington, Today

    President Trump had announced on Twitter in July that he was barring transgender people from serving in the military, though a ban was never fully implemented.

  136. Coats De Ville Slideshow, Today

    Cover the waterfront in noir-cool trenches and jackets.

  137. Boys Toys Slideshow, Today

    High Tech, High Gear.

  138. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 11 Slideshow, Today

    The sixth anniversary of 9/11 and the second day of testimony from Gen. David H. Petraeus.

  139. Adding Up a Prolific Poet’s Charming Weather Reports Culture, Today

    “The Complete Poems of A. R. Ammons” showcases, in two very large volumes, the friendly and searching style of a writer who twice won the National Book Award.

  140. Pickup Pix Slideshow, Today

    Great lines at even greater prices.

  141. Perspectives on 9/11 Slideshow, Today

    To mark the sixth anniversary of Sept. 11, the Op-Ed page asked five artists to visit ground zero, the Pentagon and Shanksville, Pa., the scenes of the day’s devastation.

  142. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 10 Slideshow, Today

    Nawaz Sharif was exiled to Saudi Arabia and Gen. David H. Petraeus testified before Congress.

  143. The Things They Carry Slideshow, Today

    Cabdrivers and their items of personal meaning.

  144. ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ Is a Holiday Treat Worth Savoring Culture, Today

    The British panto tradition finds a welcoming home on the Lower East Side.

  145. Tracy Reese Slideshow, Today

    Tracy Reese presented her spring collection in the Tents on Friday.

  146. The West Dressed List Slideshow, Today

    Humberto Leon of Opening Ceremony brings his brand of downtown cool to L.A. By Sandra Ballentine.

  147. The Get Slideshow, Today

    Wry tie clips, Chelsea boots, time noir, getting vested and more.

  148. Pulse | What I'm Wearing Now Slideshow, Today

    What the singer-songwriter Marié Digby is wearing, gust busters and more.

  149. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 7 Slideshow, Today

    Muslim worshipers, violence in Gaza, the pope in Vienna, remembering a fallen firefighter in Boston and more.

  150. City Room Week in Pictures, Sept. 1-8 Slideshow, Today

    The best photographs taken in New York by Times photographers in the past week.

  151. Crude Pipe Bomb Malfunctioned in Manhattan Attack, Authorities Say Metro, Today

    The bomb, constructed by stuffing match heads into a narrow length of pipe, failed to blast apart and turn into shrapnel.

  152. Day 11 at the Open Slideshow, Today

    David Ferrer defeated Juan Ignacio Chela and Novak Djokovic beat Carlos Moyá to advance to the semifinals.

  153. Pictures of the Day, September 6 Slideshow, Today

    Preparing for Pavarotti's funeral; a fashion show in India; a mummy on display, and more.

  154. Making the Cover Slideshow, Today

    John Maeda, associate director of the M.I.T. Media Lab, writes about producing the cover.

  155. Goodbye Playpen Slideshow, Today

    The homogenization of the Times Square area has claimed another quirky victim: the Playpen, a former cinema that closed recently after 90-odd years.

  156. Lives at Risk Inside a Senior Complex in Puerto Rico With No Power National, Yesterday

    Conditions at the largest housing project for low-income seniors on the hurricane-ravaged island illustrate a health crisis for the most vulnerable.

  157. Behind Closed Doors Slideshow, Today

    What does a room reveal about its owner? A peek into the living rooms of four of Nashville's best-known singers.

  158. Personal Shopper Slideshow, Today

    Storage for unwieldy sports equipment.

  159. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 5 Slideshow, Today

    Arrests were made in a terrorist plot in Germany, President Bush visited Australia and cabbies went on strike in New York.

  160. Water World Slideshow, Today

    Officers on a luxury cruise ship tell what it's like to eat, sleep and work at sea.

  161. Physical Culture | Gear Test, Fishing Vests Slideshow, Today

    David Ellerstein, the owner and head guide of Jackson Hole Anglers in Jackson, Wyo., field-tests five new models of fishing vests.

  162. Soldiers in a War That Never Ends Slideshow, Today

    Photographs of a 94-year-old memorial to firefighters on the Upper West Side.

  163. Sketching Out His Past Slideshow, Today

    Where the Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee lived, worked and created his famous characters.

  164. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 4 Slideshow, Today

    First day of school, celebration in Lebanon, anticipating APEC, and more.

  165. Price Check Slideshow, Today

    What you get for $1,500,000.

  166. Pictures of the Day, Sept. 3 Slideshow, Today

    President Bush makes a surprise visit to Iraq

  167. Cured Sardines for a Christmas Eve Feast Dining, Today

    Marinated sardines from Greece add a new twist to a Feast of the Seven Fishes antipasto platter.

  168. Goodnight New York Slideshow, Today

    Celebrating, in photographs, the 60th anniversary of a children's book that was written by a native of Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

  169. The March of Nations Slideshow, Today

    Summer is the time of year when the city is home to parades honoring a cornucopia of the city's ethnic groups. Photographer Fiona Aboud's portraits are from four of those parades.

  170. Op-Art: The Lost Summer Slideshow, Today

    If your summer wish list remains unfinished, despair not. You're not alone... By Illegal Art.

  171. On The Street Slideshow, Today

    Orange, the color of nasturtiums, is sprouting all over the city as the favorite shade of summer.

  172. City Room Week in Pictures, Aug. 25-31 Slideshow, Today

    The best photographs taken in New York by Times photographers in the past week.

  173. Pulse | Back-to-School Slideshow, Today

    For designers, September means Fashion Week; for their children, it means back to school.

  174. Pictures of the Day, Aug. 31 Slideshow, Today

    Commemorating the death of Princess Diana, Tony Snow resigns, tiny traffic guides in China and more.

  175. Pictures of the Day, Aug. 30 Slideshow, Today

    Fires in Greece, a American bishop ordained in Kenya, a fatal shooting in the Bronx, N.Y, a human tower in Spain and more.

  176. Construction Progress Slideshow, Today

    A weekly photo update showing construction for Paul and Alison's dream home.

  177. Rocking Out at Rock Camp Slideshow, Today

    Campers from the Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls, a nonprofit summer day camp in New York City serving girls 8 to 18, perform during the camp's annual showcase.

  178. Currents | Luxury Living Slideshow, Today

    Luxury living, where once the residents were felons and more.

  179. Physical Culture | Gear Test, Showers Slideshow, Today

    Granite Stanley, rafting guide, tests showers on a six-day, 100-mile rafting trip in Idaho.

  180. High Gloss and a Whiff of '40s Allure Slideshow, Today

    Many manufacturers are producing updated versions of the mirrored furniture popular during that decade.

  181. Pictures of the Day, Aug. 29 Slideshow, Today

    The Taliban releases 12 of 19 South Korean hostages and pilgrims head home from Karbala, Iraq.

  182. Christoph Waltz, Directing Opera, Moves From Tarantino to Verdi Culture, Today

    The Oscar-winning actor concentrates on subtle acting in his new production of “Falstaff” at Opera Vlaanderen in Belgium.

  183. New York City, North Korea, Jerusalem: Your Tuesday Briefing N Y T Now, Today

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

  184. Pictures of the Day, Aug. 28 Slideshow, Today

    Iraqi Shiite factions clash, Greece gets international help fighting fires and Korean hostages to be released in Afghanistan.

  185. Pictures of the Day, Aug. 27 Slideshow, Today

    Attorney General Alberto Gonzales resigns, Michael Vick pleads guilty and fires continue in southern Greece.

  186. The New Collectibles Slideshow, Today

    This season, fall for these.

  187. The Strip - Pickup Pix Slideshow, Today

    Great lines at even greater prices.

  188. In Store | Downing’s Street Slideshow, Today

    It’s not in London, but in Dallas. And it’s amazing.

  189. The Must-Haves Slideshow, Today

    Glossy leather coats, skyscraping satin heels, jumbo clutches, statement belts, prep-school blazers.

  190. The Face - A Life in Pictures Slideshow, Today

    With an outlandish hat and an eye for talent, the English aristocrat and editor Isabella Blow (1958-2007) turned the fashion world on its head.

  191. Pictures of the Day, Aug. 24 Slideshow, Today

    Continuing raids and detention in Iraq and more storms in the Midwest.

  192. City Room Week in Pictures, Aug. 18-24 Slideshow, Today

    The best photographs taken in New York by Times photographers in the past week.

  193. Pulse Slideshow, Today

    What Alina Cho of CNN is wearing now, a vintage washed T-shirt line from Rogues Gallery, a limited-edition lip color from Lancome and Louis Vuitton’s latest favorite bag.

  194. Come as You Are Slideshow, Today

    Summer in the city: 2007.

  195. Why We Travel Slideshow, Today

    "Distance clothed him in a purple gloom, and added a veil of shimmering mist that so softened his rugged features that we seemed to see him through a web of silver gauze." -- Mark Twain, "The Innocents Abroad"

  196. Inside the Citroën Conservatoire Slideshow, Today

    Rarely open to the public, the Citroën Conservatoire houses nearly every Citroën ever built - and even some that weren't.

  197. Alain Ducasse Collaborates on a Floral Tea Dining, Today

    Le Thé Blanc from Kusmi Tea is a white tea delicately scented with raspberry and rose.

  198. On the Street: Splish-Dash! Slideshow, Today

    New Yorkers were prepared for last week’s rain, as candy-colored boots proved to be the uniform.

  199. Pictures of the Day, Aug. 23 Slideshow, Today

    Court allows former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to return from exile.

  200. Personal Shopper | Product Design Slideshow, Today

    A book to light your reading; a throw to share with an imaginary friend.

  201. Le Freak, C’est Chic Slideshow, Today

    Mutant materials offer creature comforts.

  202. Currents Slideshow, Today

    A warm glow without the hearth, treasures of the 1940s and more.

  203. A Movable Beast Slideshow, Today

    Have shag bag, will travel.

  204. Desperada Slideshow, Today

    Who wears fiesta wear before siesta? A lady on the run.

  205. Physical Culture | Gear Test, Kayaks Slideshow, Today

    Scott Baxter, an owner of Great Salt Lake Adventures, tests five kayaks on Pineview Reservoir and Little Dell Reservoir near Salt Lake City.

  206. Pictures of the Day, Aug. 22 Slideshow, Today

    Israel turns away refugees from Darfur and protests turn violent in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

  207. Slick Puppy Slideshow, Today

    Cerebral minimalism comes to heel.

  208. Out-of-Body Experience Slideshow, Today

    The artist and poet Matthew Brannon invests fall’s silhouettes with an inner life.

  209. Timberland Slideshow, Today

    Where you can’t see the forest for the shoes.

  210. United Colors of Fashion Slideshow, Today

    Got that happy vibe? Time to grin and wear it.

  211. Banshee Girl Slideshow, Today

    Channeling Siouxie Sioux in punk neon and leather.

  212. Pictures of the Day, Aug. 21 Slideshow, Today

    The Endeavour made a smooth landing and an American citizen returned to the United States from a Chinese prison.

  213. Highlights From Pebble Beach Slideshow, Today

    The Concours d'Elegance has become the premiere showcase for collectors and classic car enthusiasts in the United States.

  214. Posh, Polished, Put Together Slideshow, Today

    The overt charm of the bourgeoisie.

  215. Pictures of the Day, Aug. 20 Slideshow, Today

    Hurricane Dean continues through the Caribbean and deadly floods in the Midwest.

  216. Champagne With a View Dining, Today

    New packaging from Nicolas Feuillatte pays homage to the skylines of five American cities.

  217. The Week in Op-Ed Art Slideshow, Today

    An ongoing series of art created for The Times's Op-Eds.

  218. City Room Week in Pictures, Aug. 10-17 Slideshow, Today

    The best photographs taken in New York City by Times photographers in the past week.

  219. Meet Me at the Fair Slideshow, Today

    The Iowa State Fair is a must-attend event for many of the 2008 presidential candidates.

  220. Pictures of the Day, Aug. 17 Slideshow, Today

    Peru tries to recover from an earthquake and the Utah mine search is suspended indefinitely.

  221. Fall Preview: Spiffy Lube Slideshow, Today

    Need a quick wardrobe tuneup? Fall’s auto-inspired parts only look high maintenance.

  222. On The Market Slideshow, Today

  223. Pictures of the Day, Aug. 16 Slideshow, Today

    An earthquake in Peru kills hundreds and financial markets continue to slide.

  224. Recent Openings Slideshow, Today

    New shows in New York include "Three Mo' Tenors" and "Sive."

  225. Video of Starving Polar Bear ‘Rips Your Heart Out of Your Chest’ Foreign, Today

    A team of conservationists documented the plight of an emaciated polar bear in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Now some wonder what can be done to save them.

  226. Personal Shopper - Ancient Patterns, Still Fresh Slideshow, Today

    Chinese fretwork designs pair with modern or traditional decor.

  227. Currents Slideshow, Today

    Architecture, exhibitions, interiors and organizing.

  228. Gilded Frames Slideshow, Today

    The new word for the finest high-performance mountain bikes is carbon.

  229. Tread Lively Slideshow, Today

    Sports-inspired footwear from the world of high style.

  230. Pictures of the Day, Aug. 15 Slideshow, Today

    Death count increases in Iraq bombing while India celebrates its independence.

  231. Physical Culture | Gear Test, Prenatal Workouts Slideshow, Today

    DVDs tailored to mothers-to-be are an inexpensive way to get in the 30 minutes of daily exercise. Anita Goa, 37, a yoga instructor, tests prenatal workouts while in her seventh month.

  232. Pictures of the Day, Aug. 14 Slideshow, Today

    A bridge collapse in China and a celebration of Pakistan's independence.

  233. Europe’s Thirst for Cheap Labor Fuels a Boom in Disposable Workers Business, Today

    Employment agencies across the region recruit thousands of migrants for Foxconn and other businesses, with conditions and pay that few in-country nationals would accept.

  234. Bone-Marrow Transplant Slideshow, Today

    A slide show depicting a bone-marrow transplant.

  235. Appendectomy Slideshow, Today

    A slide show explaining appendectomy.

  236. Spinal Fusion Slideshow, Today

    A slide show explaining spinal fusion.

  237. Condom Application Slideshow, Today

    A slide show depicting condom application.

  238. Gastrectomy Slideshow, Today

    A slide show depicting gastrectomy, surgery to remove part or all of the stomach.

  239. A Gothic Tennessee Williams Mash-Up in ‘Glass Guignol’ Culture, Today

    The venerable experimental troupe Mabou Mines incorporates “Frankenstein,” fetishwear and puppetry in excavating the playwright’s obsessions.

  240. Laryngoscopy Slideshow, Today

    A slide show depicting a laryngoscopy.

  241. Breech Slideshow, Today

    A slide show explaining breech.

  242. Giancarlo Stanton Deal Will Test the Yankees’ Newfound Fiscal Discipline Sports, Today

    The only team that has paid a luxury tax in each of the 18 seasons it has existed said 2018 would be different. Then Giancarlo Stanton became available.

  243. Pictures of the Day, Aug. 13 Slideshow, Today

    Karl Rove will leave administration.

  244. Reinventing Sidewalk Scaffolds Slideshow, Today

  245. The Roy Moore Edge Op Ed, Today

    Surfing political sex scandals.

  246. Is the Democratic Party Becoming Too Democratic? Op Ed, Today

    Giving more voice to supporters isn’t always a good thing for winning elections.

  247. America’s Shampoo Economy Op Ed, Today

    Economic bubbles grow — and eventually pop — when politicians forget why financial regulations exist.

  248. The Alabama Senate Race May Have Already Been Decided Op Ed, Today

    Blame the state’s voter suppression campaign.

  249. Domestic Violence and Firearms: Share Your Story Interactive, Today

    The New York Times editorial board would like to hear from readers about their experiences with domestic violence and law enforcement.

  250. New Golf Rules Will Limit Impact of TV Viewers and Scorecard Errors Sports, Today

    Effective Jan. 1, golfers will not be penalized two shots for an incorrect scorecard if they were not aware of a rules violation. And officials will not respond to most TV viewers’ calls about violations.

  251. Greenwich Village Gets Its Own Gelato Lab Dining, Today

    Il Laboratorio del Gelato has opened a second branch that mimics the original.

  252. ‘Cat Person’ in The New Yorker: A Discussion With the Author Styles, Today

    The short fiction piece made an enormous splash after it was published in The New Yorker, prompting discussions about dating, power and consent.

  253. Working in Philanthropy, Then Finding Himself in Need Metro, Today

    Kenneth Dillard Jr., 68, has worked for nonprofit organizations for much of his life. But when he lost his job, he struggled to find work and became homeless.

  254. ‘Just Getting Started’ Has Big Names, Not Big Laughs Weekend, Today

    The writer-director Ron Shelton returns to his favorite themes in this comedy starring Morgan Freeman, Tommy Lee Jones and Rene Russo.

  255. 2018 Golden Globes: TV Surprises and Snubs Culture, Today

    The Golden Globe nominations came out this morning and on the TV side, there were some snazzy out-there choices, along with some snubs.

  256. To Test for Climate Disasters: Burn, Bash and Hurl Wood at 100 M.P.H. Climate, Today

    A team of researchers is destroying things — with wind, water and fire — to help insurers manage the increasing risks of extreme weather.

  257. Supreme Court Won’t Hear Case on Bias Against Gay Workers Washington, Today

    Federal appeals courts are divided over whether a federal law’s prohibition of discrimination in the workplace based on sex also applies to sexual orientation.

  258. Campaign to Drive Out Migrants Slams Beijing’s Best and Brightest Foreign, Today

    Tens of thousands of hopeful college graduates moved to the city seeking better jobs and better lives. Now the authorities are telling them to leave.

  259. Trailer: ‘Just Getting Started’ Video, Today

    A preview of the film.

  260. Gifts of the Season Dining, Today

    It’s a time to be festive, and that goes for dinner, too. Make up a smoked salmon and caper spread, or a fig tart with onions and Stilton.

  261. Neanderthals: The Original Globetrotters Science, Today

    Modern humans and Neanderthals had a long history together. Many of us still carry the genetic traces.

  262. Roy Reed, Times Reporter Who Covered the Civil Rights Era, Dies at 87 Obits, Today

    Mr. Reed was with Martin Luther King when he was released from jail in Selma, Ala., and with protesters on Bloody Sunday at the Pettus Bridge.

  263. Hunting Taliban and Islamic State Fighters, From 20,000 Feet Foreign, Today

    B-52s have once again been called into action in Afghanistan. A New York Times correspondent flew on one.

  264. HSBC Says U.S. Is Preparing to Dismiss Criminal Charges Against It Business, Today

    The bank said the Justice Department was expected to seek dismissal of a case related to money laundering as part of a so-called deferred prosecution agreement.

  265. Moving Your Number and Going Mobile Business, Today

    If you are staying within the same geographic area, transferring your old wired phone number to a mobile device could be easier than you think.

  266. Tom Savage’s Return Raises Concussion Protocol Concerns Sports, Today

    The Texans quarterback briefly returned to the game despite showing signs of a possible head injury.

  267. A Nation Answers a Sobbing Boy’s Plea: ‘Why Do They Bully?’ National, Today

    After his mother shared a video of him, Keaton Jones received a flood of support from football players, actors and thousands of other well-wishers.

  268. E.U. Leaders Reject Netanyahu on Jerusalem Recognition Foreign, Today

    After President Trump’s decision about the Israeli capital, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tried, and failed, to get a similar endorsement from Brussels.

  269. California Today: A Weekend of Fires National, Today

    Monday: Fires approach Santa Barbara, delivery robots and the enduring legacy of Willie Brown.

  270. North Korean Submarine Missile Threat Prompts U.S.-Led Military Drills Foreign, Today

    The joint exercises are in response to growing concerns that North Korea is making progress developing hard-to-detect submarine-launched missiles.

  271. What’s the Fastest Color? Olympic Speedskaters Now Say Blue Sports, Today

    Even Norway, famously red, is wearing blue at major competitions. Was the change based on science? Gamesmanship? Something else?

  272. Community and History in Iceland’s Geothermal Pools Video, Today

    Iceland has more than 100 public pools, most of which are heated by the country’s abundant geothermal energy.

  273. $75 for Three Minutes at Minus 230 Degrees? Sure, We’ll Try It Styles, Today

    Our columnist dons ear warmers, a surgical mask and giant wool mittens and gets into a cryotherapy chamber.

  274. Rise of the Roypublicans Op Ed, Yesterday

    The Republican Party won’t be able to shake Roy Moore’s values if he wins.

  275. Susan Collins and the Duping of Centrists Op Ed, Yesterday

    And your health care may suffer for it.

  276. Alan Trammell and Jack Morris Elected to Hall of Fame Sports, Yesterday

    The former teammates with the Detroit Tigers were elected by the modern era committee and will be enshrined in Cooperstown together on July 29.

  277. Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest Specialize in Small Talk and Big Ratings Business, Yesterday

    The homey “Live With Kelly and Ryan” sticks to light banter even as its NBC rival, Megyn Kelly, takes on weightier matters.

  278. A Roma Circus Makes a Home, and Builds Bridges, in Paris Foreign, Today

    The Romanès family puts on a spontaneous performance of song, dance and acrobatics, while promoting a message of acceptance.

  279. New York Today: An Explosion at Rush Hour Metro, Today

    Monday: The latest on the situation in Times Square and what you need to know for your commute.

  280. ‘Coco’ and Mexico’s Infatuation With the Afterlife Op Ed, Today

    In Mexico spirits are gentle, even lovable, always ready to offer counsel. They are greeted with music and dance and plenty of conversation.

  281. ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 8, Episode 8: The Sacrificial Lamb Culture, Today

    The midseason finale continued to call into question the relationship between the show and its fan base.

  282. The Comic Strip’s Heyday in ‘Cartoon County’ Book Review, Today

    Cullen Murphy recounts his coming-of-age among the elites of American illustration.

  283. The Hand of the Comic Artist Book Review, Today

    Manohla Dargis reviews two new books that examine the aesthetics and the business of comics, from Superman to R. Crumb.

  284. An Unexpected New Stop on the Road to Broadway: Edmonton Culture, Today

    Smaller and out-of-the-way theaters are increasingly presenting musicals angling for the big time. For the creators of “Hadestown,” the path veered way north.

  285. Fearing the Worst, China Plans Refugee Camps on North Korean Border Foreign, Today

    A Chinese county has a blueprint in place if a crisis in North Korea results in thousands of refugees crossing the border.

  286. Germany Accuses of China of Using LinkedIn to Recruit Informants Foreign, Today

    A top German intelligence agency said that more than its 10,000 citizens were targeted, including lawmakers and government employees.

  287. Susan Collins’s Big Mistake Op Ed, Today

    Also: Decoding Trump’s latest media attack.

  288. Real-PSG and Barcelona-Chelsea in the Champions League Sports, Today

    The last 16 will feature marquee match-ups for the two Spanish giants.

  289. Teaching Activities for: ‘With 2020 Census Looming, Worries About Fairness and Accuracy’ Learning, Today

    What are some potential problems that Census Bureau employees could face as they collect data about all the people who live in the United States?

  290. What Are Your Favorite Movies, Television Shows, Books, Albums, Songs and Performances of 2017? Learning, Today

    What were the best things you saw, heard and watched this year?

  291. Word + Quiz: indite Learning, Today

    This word has appeared in one article on nytimes.com in the past five years.

  292. Listen to ‘The Daily’: The Alabama Senate Race Podcasts, Today

    One day before the polls open, many are asking whether voters will find it harder to support Roy Moore or a Democrat.

  293. Saudi Arabia to Allow Movie Theaters After 35-Year Ban Foreign, Today

    The move was seen as part of a drive by Prince Mohammed bin Salman to transform Saudi society and to move toward a more tolerant form of Islam.

  294. How Loneliness Affects Our Health Well, Today

    Scientists are gaining a more refined — and surprising — understanding of the effects of loneliness and isolation on health.

  295. Treating Anxiety in Children Well, Today

    Which child needs psychotherapy or medication: the parent-clinger, the dog-fearer or the school-avoider?

  296. The T Editors’ (Fantasy) Gift Guide T Style, Today

    From a custom surfboard to mink curtains, the things we’d want this year — if time, money or accessibility were no object.

  297. Can You Find Portugal on a Map? Interactive, Today

    What else do you know about Portugal’s geography, culture and history? Take our quiz to learn more.

  298. What’s Going On in This Picture? | Dec. 11, 2017 Learning, Today

    Look closely at this image, stripped of its caption, and join the moderated conversation about what you and other students see.

  299. Port Authority Bus Terminal, Donald Trump, N.F.L.: Your Monday Briefing N Y T Now, Today

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

  300. Searching for a Secret Ski Destination? Try Michigan Travel, Today

    Skiing has a long tradition in the state. Visits to three resorts make the case for an extended winter vacation.

  301. Kew Gardens: Where New York Doesn’t Feel So Urban Real Estate, Today

    A pair of composers find an affordable rental roomy enough for two pianos, two keyboards and a cat.

  302. At Smaller (and Affordable) Ski Resorts, New Lodges, Lifts and Runs Travel, Today

    In the United States and Canada, ski destinations have added acres, restaurants, bars — and golf.

  303. With Carson Wentz Out for the Season, Eagles’ Dreams Turn to Dread Sports, Today

    Wentz, who has led Philadelphia to an 11-2 record, left the game with a season-ending knee injury that upended the Eagles and the N.F.C. playoff race.

  304. Will Robots Take Our Children’s Jobs? Styles, Today

    Artificial intelligence may make half of today’s jobs obsolete in 20 years. What careers will be left when our children grow up?

  305. The Scientists Who Track Climate Change in the Field Multimedia/Photos, Today

    Lucas Foglia has spent the past two years photographing the climate scientists who traverse glaciers and mountains to collect data — work that largely goes unnoticed. 

  306. The Scientists Who Track Climate Change in the Field Slideshow, Today

    Lucas Foglia has spent the past two years photographing the climate scientists who traverse glaciers and mountains to collect data — work that largely goes unnoticed.

  307. In San Diego, Lessons on Rebuilding From a Neighborhood Once Ravaged by Fire National, Yesterday

    Residents of Scripps Ranch never thought their suburban neighborhood could be destroyed by a wildfire, until it was.

  308. Hate Smears India’s Symbol of Love, the Taj Mahal Editorial, Yesterday

    Powerful Hindu extremists are so obsessed with demonizing Muslims that they are deprecating the nation’s unifying cultural treasure.

  309. Mohammad Javad Zarif: Europe Must Work With Iran Op Ed, Yesterday

    The United States seems committed to belligerence in the Middle East. Europe can help de-escalate.

  310. Leave the Johnson Amendment Alone Op Ed, Yesterday

    Charities and churches shouldn’t be involved in political campaigns.

  311. What’s on TV Monday: ‘A Gray State’ and ‘The Magicians’ Culture, Today

    Erik Nelson’s documentary “A Gray State” airs on A&E. And the second season of Syfy’s “The Magicians” streams on Netflix.

  312. Opening Up New York’s Public Records Editorial, Yesterday

    Governor Cuomo has a chance to champion government transparency by signing a bill to pick up legal fees when a request is wrongly denied.

  313. Joy of Eli Manning’s Return Is Fleeting in Giants’ Loss to Cowboys Sports, Yesterday

    Manning started at quarterback and the game was tied after three quarters, but Dallas exposed the injury-riddled Giants’ flaws and inexperience.

  314. Donald Trump, Laurent Wauquiez, Syria: Your Monday Briefing N Y T Now, Today

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

  315. Broncos Stifle Jets, Ending an Eight-Game Losing Streak Sports, Yesterday

    A week after racking up more than 500 yards of offense, the Jets can manage only 100 against a lackluster Denver team.

  316. Here’s What We Learned in N.F.L. Week 14 Sports, Yesterday

    The march toward the playoffs continues, as the battles for division titles in the N.F.C. South and A.F.C. West got considerably more interesting.

  317. Fly Fishing Targets Women as a Source for Growth Sports, Yesterday

    They are the fastest growing demographic in fly fishing but have to find proper gear, navigate social media and plan self-defense in the outdoors.

  318. Dominic Smith May Still Have to Prove Himself, Alderson Says Sports, Yesterday

    Sandy Alderson, the Mets’ general manager, had criticized Smith last month but said the team was still “very high on Dominic.”

  319. Quotation of the Day: Paris Tries On a Fresh Look: Less Red Tape Summary, Yesterday

    Quotation of the Day for Monday, December 11, 2017.

  320. Expect Fed to Raise Interest Rate and F.C.C. to Repeal Net Neutrality Business, Yesterday

    Janet Yellen will most likely oversee her final major policy decision in charge of the Federal Reserve the same day that lawmakers discuss the tax overhaul plan.

  321. Wisconsin’s Fire Sale for Big Business Editorial, Yesterday

    Gov. Scott Walker’s giveaways to lure in Foxconn will prove costly to state coffers and to the environment.

  322. Passengers Face Hourslong Delays as Snowstorm Snarls Heathrow Airport Express, Yesterday

    Passengers described scenes of confusion and frustration at Heathrow, one of the busiest airports in the world.

  323. From the Artist Behind the Selfie Rat, Meet the Toilet Iguana Express, Yesterday

    A video of an iguana emerging from a toilet after making its way through the pipes is the latest hoax by the viral media artist Zardulu.

  324. ‘Outlander’ Season 3 Finale: What Is, and What Might Have Been Culture, Yesterday

    The episode had a lot to accomplish. It sometimes seemed to strain against its own demands.

  325. Lukewarm Group of Free Agents Has Some Teams Focused on Trades Sports, Yesterday

    Giancarlo Stanton is no longer available, but with the winter meetings set to begin, deals for other players could soon develop. Think Manny Machado or Josh Harrison.

  326. Reminding E-Commerce Customers Who Delivers Business, Yesterday

    During the holiday season, the three giants of package delivery services — FedEx, United Parcel Service and the United States Postal Service — focus on the home.

  327. Simeon Booker, Pioneering Reporter on Race Issues, Dies at 99 Obits, Yesterday

    The first black reporter at The Washington Post, Mr. Booker left to become a Jet magazine columnist and Washington bureau chief for its parent company.

  328. Eagles’ Win Over Rams Clouded by Injury to Carson Wentz Sports, Yesterday

    The battle of N.F.C. heavyweights delivered plenty of action, but the win came at tremendous cost to the Eagles if Wentz is forced to miss time.

  329. Corsican Nationalists Sweep Elections in Bid for More Autonomy From France Foreign, Yesterday

    The nationalists are not seeking full independence — yet. The vote centered on issues such as amnesty for political prisoners and the recognition of Corsican as an official language.

  330. From 200 Years Ago, a Lesson About Mass Killings National, Yesterday

    Historians say violent behavior that gave rise to the phrase “run amok” — and then subsided — can teach us about mass killings today.

  331. Federal Appeals Court Judge Is Accused of Sexual Harassment Express, Yesterday

    One former clerk for the judge, Alex Kozinski, said he called her into his office and showed her photos of naked people on his computer and asked if she was sexually aroused.

  332. Big Jump in Million-Dollar Pay Packages for Private College Leaders National, Yesterday

    An annual survey showed that 58 presidents of private colleges earned more than $1 million, while the average pay package rose 9 percent.

  333. Welcome to New York City Metro, Yesterday

    A cabdriver teaches a new arrival the most important lesson.

  334. What History Can Teach Us About Mass Killings Video, Yesterday

    A century ago, a culture rid itself of the problem of mass murder. How did that happen and what can modern-day America learn from it?

  335. Mystique Games, Yesterday

    Just call us, Brian Thomas.