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  1. A Mother, Her Son — and Their 1,500-Mile Search for Home Foreign, Today

    Millions of people have been displaced by the pandemic. Jessika and her 6-year-old, Sebastián, are among the many who have yet to find a home.

  2. Brexit Is Nipping at London’s Role as a Financial Powerhouse Business, Today

    Britain and the European Union don’t trust each other much, and global banks are caught in the middle.

  3. This Year’s Black Friday Designer Fashion Sales May Not Be What You Think. Styles, Today

    A group of brands and retailers have been trying to reset expectations.

  4. Job Interviews Without Interviewers, Products of the Pandemic Business, Today

    Video responses to set questions, online games that measure a person’s traits and skills: The future of interviews is coming to a wider variety of professions in the pandemic.

  5. PM virus tab fader update Slideshow, Today

    PM virus tab fader update

  6. Gift Books for Children (That Adults Will Also Love) Book Review, Today

    Upside-down fairy tales, a neon periodic table, the art of Ramona Quimby and more.

  7. ‘Black Beauty’ Review: A Melodrama in Need of Rougher Edges Weekend, Today

    Set in the present day, this adaptation of the classic children’s novel forgets why the story of a horse surviving the maliciousness of humans has endured for so long.

  8. Junk Food Was Our Love Language Styles, Today

    To feel close to my father, a man I never fully knew, I eat chicken nuggets.

  9. Australian Military Moves to Dismiss Soldiers After Killings in Afghanistan Foreign, Yesterday

    A scathing report revealed that members of the special forces had waged a campaign to cover up unlawful killings of Afghan civilians.

  10. Escaping the Virus, Almost Foreign, Yesterday

    How a planned two-week trip to Sydney from Melbourne stretched into a five-month drive across Australia dictated by lockdowns and coronavirus restrictions.

  11. Lamar Jackson, Ravens Quarterback, Is Said to Test Positive for Coronavirus Express, Yesterday

    The N.F.L.’s 2019 M.V.P. is among more than a dozen Baltimore players who have reportedly tested positive for the virus.

  12. Wildfire Smoke Is Poisoning California’s Kids. Some Pay a Higher Price. Interactive, Yesterday

    Fires are making the state’s air more dangerous. How much that hurts depends largely on where you live and how much money your family has.

  13. Classic British Rock Group Games, Yesterday

    Robyn Weintraub offers us a marvelous way to work off our holiday meals.

  14. Quotation of the Day: ‘Love Letter to Detroit,’ on Vellum and Chrome Summary, Yesterday

    Quotation of the Day for Friday, November 27, 2020.

  15. England, Covid-19, Tigray: Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

    Here’s what you need to know.

  16. U.N. Panel: Technology in Policing Can Reinforce Racial Bias National, Yesterday

    The use of artificial intelligence and facial recognition programs may lead communities to lose trust in law enforcement, human rights experts say.

  17. No Corrections: Nov. 27, 2020 Corrections, Yesterday

    No corrections appeared in print on Friday, Nov. 27, 2020.

  18. Trump, Still Claiming Victory, Says He Will Leave if Electors Choose Biden Washington, Yesterday

    Taking questions from reporters for the first time since Election Day, the president also said he would travel to Georgia to support Republican candidates before two runoffs that will determine control of the Senate.

  19. Judge in Venezuela Convicts 6 U.S. Oil Executives of Corruption Foreign, Yesterday

    The so-called Citgo 6, who had been lured to Venezuela three years ago for a business meeting, were immediately sentenced to prison.

  20. El adiós a Maradona nos revela a la Argentina en Español, Yesterday

    El caos del velorio del ídolo del fútbol desnudó una vez más los peores rostros del país: la polarización inoperante y la improvisación gubernamental.

  21. A Poem of Gratitude from Oklahoma National, Yesterday

    The New York Times asked poets laureate from across the country what the people in their states had to be thankful for in this difficult year.

  22. Argentina, and Latin America, Mourn Maradona as a Man of the People Foreign, Yesterday

    Known for siding with leftist leaders and causes, the soccer legend’s life, and his politics, never strayed far from his impoverished roots, and his fans loved him for it.

  23. In Argentina, Thousands Wait in Line for Maradona’s Wake Video, Yesterday

    Tens of thousands of people stood in line on Thursday, including Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner of Argentina, to bid farewell to the soccer legend Diego Armando Maradona, as his body lay in repose in the presidential palace.

  24. U.S. Border Agency Settles With 2 Americans Detained for Speaking Spanish Express, Yesterday

    In a video of the 2018 incident in Havre, Mont., a Border Patrol agent is heard telling the two American women he detains that speaking Spanish in the small city is “very unheard-of.”

  25. Midnight Ruling Exposes Rifts at a Supreme Court Transformed by Trump Washington, Yesterday

    The justices issued six opinions, several of them unusually bitter, in upholding challenges from churches and synagogues to state pandemic restrictions on religious services.

  26. Senate Democrats Face Power Struggle for Top Judiciary Job Washington, Yesterday

    Senators Richard J. Durbin and Sheldon Whitehouse are vying to be the top Democrat on the panel that controls judicial nominations, reflecting a broader debate among activists about how to wield power.

  27. England’s Lockdown Will Lift, but Many Pub Doors Will Stay Closed Foreign, Yesterday

    Some Conservative lawmakers are calling Boris Johnson’s plans to continue restricting most of England’s bars and restaurants “authoritarian.”

  28. Mothers have received less breastfeeding support from hospitals during the pandemic, a study finds. World, Yesterday

  29. One mayor ignored his own travel advice, but for most leaders it was a day to give thanks. World, Yesterday

  30. ‘Loser’: How a Lifelong Fear Bookended Trump’s Presidency Investigative, Yesterday

    The president’s inability to concede the election is the latest reality-denying moment in a career preoccupied with an epithet.

  31. ¿Qué será de Ivanka y Jared después de la era Trump? en Español, Yesterday

    El final de la presidencia de Trump deja a su hija Ivanka y a su yerno Jared Kushner en busca de un nuevo hogar, pero parece que no será en su antiguo departamento de Nueva York, sino en una casa en la vecina Nueva Jersey.

  32. Leonard Kamsler, a Dissecting Golf Photographer, Dies at 85 Obits, Yesterday

    He pioneered the use of strobe photography to break down a golfer’s swing. He was also innovative, even crafty, in documenting P.G.A. tournaments for decades.

  33. Cuomo Attacks Supreme Court, but Virus Ruling Is Warning to Governors Metro, Yesterday

    The court signaled that if unconstrained religious observance and public safety are sometimes at odds, then religious freedom should win out.

  34. The Morning Slideshow, Yesterday

    The Morning

  35. The military’s role in a vaccine will be strictly behind the scenes, despite Trump’s claims. World, Yesterday

  36. Military’s Role in Vaccine Will Be Strictly Behind the Scenes, Despite Trump’s Claims Washington, Yesterday

    While no troops will be administering shots or dropping off doses, scores of Defense Department employees are involved in the effort.

  37. Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Is Scaled Down in a Pandemic Video, Yesterday

    The threat of the coronavirus led planners of the annual parade in New York City to drastically revise plans, including reducing the route to a single block down 34th Street, near the flagship department store.

  38. Crisscrossing the Country on Highways Big and Small Book Review, Yesterday

    In “The National Road,” Tom Zoellner set out to discover what connects us as Americans at a time when divisions run deep.

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

    This long Thanksgiving weekend, check out a great concert, a craft show for kids and a reboot that’s better than the original.

  40. Video of Police Beating Black Man in Paris Fuels Debate on Filming Officers Foreign, Yesterday

    Footage from security cameras and bystanders suggested the officers had lied about the beating, bolstering critics of a new bill that would restrict circulating videos of security forces.

  41. Dr. Mary Fowkes, 66, Dies; Helped Science Understand the Pandemic Obits, Yesterday

    She performed autopsies in New York that found blood clots in vital organs, suggesting how much the virus spreads through the body.

  42. Here’s What the Thanksgiving Parade Looked Like in Pandemic New York Metro, Yesterday

    The holiday ritual was limited to a block, with parts pretaped for television and barricades to keep people away. Still, a few curious spectators showed up.

  43. Venezuela Raids Food Charity, Interrupting Meals for Children Foreign, Yesterday

    The charity, Feed the Solidarity, often provides the only meals children receive each day. The government accuses it of subversion, with no evidence.

  44. Geoffrey Palmer, Judi Dench’s Sitcom Co-Star, Is Dead at 93 Obits, Yesterday

    Their show “As Time Goes By” was a hit in Britain and had a following in the U.S. “When you acted with him,” Ms. Dench said, “you’d just feel very safe.”

  45. 5 Things to Do This Weekend Weekend, Yesterday

    Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually.

  46. 11 New Books We Recommend This Week Book Review, Yesterday

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

  47. In the county with the first U.S. case, virus numbers are hitting records. World, Yesterday

  48. Coronavirus Slideshow, Yesterday


  49. Paolo Gabriele, Pope’s Butler in ‘Vatileaks’ Scandal, Dies at 54 Obits, Yesterday

    He admitted to stealing files and giving them to a journalist as a way to expose Vatican corruption and protect his boss, Benedict XVI.

  50. With visits blocked by the pandemic, Thanksgiving in prison may be lonelier than usual. U.S., Yesterday

  51. E.U. Border Agency Accused of Covering Up Migrant Pushback in Greece Foreign, Yesterday

    Frontex is under fire for letting Greece illegally repel migrants as the agency expands to play a more central role at the bloc’s external borders.

  52. Edward J. Perkins, 92, Dies; First Black U.S. Envoy to South Africa Obits, Yesterday

    He also held ambassadorial postings in Liberia and Australia and, as director general, helped diversify the elite, mostly white Foreign Service.

  53. Cuomo criticizes the Supreme Court’s decision barring New York’s restrictions on religious services. World, Yesterday

  54. Perfecting the Art of Listening Letters, Yesterday

    Readers discuss breaking bad habits and the need to be vulnerable.

  55. What to Do About Student Loan Debt? Letters, Yesterday

    Readers offer suggestions that go part way to loan forgiveness.

  56. Families Have Been Torn Apart by Politics. What Happens to Them Now? National, Yesterday

    Unlike 2016, when conflicts emerged over political choices, this time many are centered on the legitimacy of the result itself.

  57. Families Have Been Torn Apart by Politics. What Happens to Them Now? National, Yesterday

    Unlike 2016, when conflicts emerged over political choices, this time many are centered on the legitimacy of the result itself.

  58. Canada had its Thanksgiving in October. What followed may bode poorly for the U.S. World, Yesterday

  59. Betty Jones, Founding Member of Limón Troupe, Dies at 94 Obits, Yesterday

    She created the Desdemona role in José Limón’s best-known dance, “The Moor’s Pavane,” and became a respected teacher.

  60. In Need of a Film About Romantic Possibility? Try ‘In the Mood for Love’ Weekend, Yesterday

    Wong Kar-wai’s influential drama, along with his “Chungking Express,” are part of a new retrospective of the Hong Kong director’s work.

  61. In Praise of Janet Yellen the Economist Op Ed, Yesterday

    She never forgot that economics is about people.

  62. The Rotting of the Republican Mind Op Ed, Yesterday

    When one party becomes detached from reality.

  63. Taylor Swift Illuminates ‘Folklore’ in a Stripped-Down Studio Concert Culture, Yesterday

    Playing her latest album for the first time with two collaborators who helped make it, Swift heightens the songs’ sense of pristine contemplation.

  64. Data on U.S. cases will lag, with 14 states not updating numbers over Thanksgiving. World, Yesterday

  65. Oh, Brother! Tears for Trump Op Ed, Yesterday

    No arguments — or turkey — this Thanksgiving. Just a cocktail.

  66. Wedding Rings Lost in Shipwreck Will Be Returned to Migrant Couple Foreign, Yesterday

    The owners of the two rings, which were found in a backpack in the Mediterranean, survived the capsizing of their vessel as they crossed from Libya to Europe.

  67. Can the Mainstream Catch Up to Rico Nasty? Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    The 23-year-old Maryland rapper has built a cult following with her mixtapes of playful but bruising scream-rap. Now she’s releasing her major-label debut.

  68. Thanksgiving Is a Celebration of Freedom Op Ed, Yesterday

    The origins of the national holiday have little to do with Pilgrims and Indians.

  69. The pandemic is ‘a crisis that reveals what is in our hearts,’ the pope says. World, Yesterday

  70. The Most Popular Listings of October Real Estate, Yesterday

    All but one property on the month’s list are affordable only to the wealthy, or super-wealthy, in the case of the $88 million former home of Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender who died in jail last year.

  71. Halima Aden Chooses Faith Over Fashion Styles, Yesterday

    The well-known model shared via Instagram that she’s taking a break to set some boundaries in the industry.

  72. Immanuel Quickley’s Path to the Knicks Started at the Foul Line Sports, Yesterday

    Quickley, a guard out of Kentucky, is an exceptional free throw shooter, a skill he learned from his mother. He had the third highest free-throw percentage in Division I last season.

  73. ‘A Love Letter to Detroit,’ on Vellum and Chrome Business, Yesterday

    An exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts highlights the relationship of art and car culture over the past 70 years.

  74. New Jersey’s American Dream Mall Is Still Waiting to Fully Open Business, Yesterday

    After more than 15 years, the Meadowlands complex began a phased opening in late 2019, but before customers could shop at its stores the pandemic hit and completely upended the retail industry.

  75. Patients of a Vermont Hospital Are Left ‘in the Dark’ After a Cyberattack National, Yesterday

    A wave of damaging attacks on hospitals upended the lives of patients with cancer and other ailments. “I have no idea what to do,” one said.

  76. A Soaring Monument to Beauty in China Is Stirring Passions. Mostly Anger. Business, Yesterday

    As China fights to end extreme poverty while also recovering from the economic damage of the coronavirus, the supposed wisdom of building huge statues in poorer areas to grow tourism is coming under harsh scrutiny.

  77. Delta announces ‘quarantine free’ flights from Atlanta to Rome. Foreign, Yesterday

  78. Homes for Sale in Manhattan, the Bronx and Brooklyn Real Estate, Yesterday

    This week’s properties are in Manhattan Valley, Riverdale and Midwood.

  79. Homes for Sale in New York and Connecticut Real Estate, Yesterday

    This week’s featured properties are a five-bedroom house in Bronxville, N.Y., and a three-bedroom in Rowayton, Conn.

  80. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, Yesterday

    This week’s properties are in Manhattan Valley, Riverdale and Midwood.

  81. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, Yesterday

    This week’s featured properties are a five-bedroom house in Bronxville, N.Y., and a three-bedroom in Rowayton, Conn.

  82. Why Is My Uncle So Mad About Student Debt Forgiveness? Styles, Yesterday

    A reader wonders how to talk to a salty boomer about progress.

  83. What We’re Thankful for This Year At Home, Yesterday

    Health, family and the internet.

  84. Ethiopia’s Leader Escalates Assault on Tigray Region, Putting Civilians at Risk Foreign, Yesterday

    Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said that a deadline for the region’s dissident leaders to surrender had lapsed. The conflict threatens to destabilize the entire Horn of Africa.

  85. South Korea reports its biggest one-day jump in cases in eight months. World, Yesterday

  86. South Korea reports its biggest one-day jump in cases in eight months. Foreign, Yesterday

  87. Merkel outlines Germany’s plan to extend restrictions through December. World, Yesterday

  88. New Jersey’s governor wants schools open. Local officials have other ideas. World, Yesterday

  89. Merkel outlines Germany’s plan to extend restrictions through December. Foreign, Yesterday

  90. New Jersey’s governor wants schools open. Local officials have other ideas. Foreign, Yesterday

  91. As N.F.L. crowds decline, the Dallas Cowboys keep the gates open. World, Yesterday

  92. Supreme Court blocks New York’s virus-imposed limits to religious services. Foreign, Yesterday

  93. As N.F.L. crowds decline, the Dallas Cowboys keep the gates open. Foreign, Yesterday

  94. Supreme Court blocks New York’s virus-imposed limits to religious services. World, Yesterday

  95. Marching on, Macy’s and NBC prepare a one-block Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York. New York, Yesterday

  96. Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, pandemic edition, kicks off holiday season in New York. New York, Yesterday

  97. The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, pandemic edition, kicks off the holiday season in New York. New York, Yesterday

  98. As with everything in 2020, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade was drastically different. New York, Yesterday

  99. On Thanksgiving, six words to give thanks. World, Yesterday

  100. Times readers shared what they’re thankful for in six words. World, Yesterday

  101. Times readers shared what they’re thankful for in six words. Foreign, Yesterday

  102. London will avoid the tightest restrictions when England’s lockdown lifts next week. World, Yesterday

  103. England details post-lockdown restrictions, and other news from around the world. World, Yesterday

  104. ‘Zappa’ Review: Portrait of a Rock Star and a Nation’s Hero Weekend, Yesterday

    The documentary, directed by Alex Winter, portrays the musician and composer Frank Zappa as a sort of noble.

  105. ‘Superintelligence’ Review: Melissa McCarthy Has to Save the World Weekend, Yesterday

    In this comedy from Ben Falcone, McCarthy plays the world’s most average human, picked to save the world by an A.I. entity with the voice of James Corden.

  106. ‘Stardust’ Review: A Week With David Bowie, Unaccompanied by His Music Weekend, Yesterday

    A more accurate title for this movie, set in the early ’70s, would be “Johnny Flynn Sings Jacques Brel.”

  107. ‘My Psychedelic Love Story’ Review: On the Run With Timothy Leary Weekend, Yesterday

    This Errol Morris documentary explores the relationship between the LSD guru and Joanna Harcourt-Smith, a woman who likened herself to Mata Hari.

  108. ‘Mosul’ Review: In Iraq, This Time It’s Personal Weekend, Yesterday

    A rogue Iraqi SWAT team fights the Islamic State in Matthew Michael Carnahan’s action thriller.

  109. ‘Kill It and Leave This Town’ Review: Grotesque, Bleak and Endless Weekend, Yesterday

    One viewing is enough for this animated feature debut by the Polish director Mariusz Wilczynski.

  110. AstraZeneca admits a mistake, raising questions about the efficacy of its vaccine. World, Yesterday

  111. A somber holiday for the U.S. amid a record number of daily virus cases and deaths. World, Yesterday

  112. Gratitude in Six Words, From Our Readers N Y T Now, Yesterday

    And what else you need to know today.

  113. ‘The Crown’ Stokes an Uproar Over Fact vs. Entertainment Foreign, Yesterday

    Dramatic liberties in the latest season of the Netflix series, covering the turbulent 1980s, are annoying Britons who wrote of that period, even among those who disparage the royals.

  114. Best Art Books of 2020 Weekend, Yesterday

    The art critics of The Times select their favorites from this year’s crop of art books.

  115. Missing ‘The Nutcracker’? How to Get Your Holiday Fix at Home Weekend, Yesterday

    Many seasonal mainstays have been reimagined for online viewing this year. Here are some of our favorites, from “A Christmas Carol” to Handel’s “Messiah.”

  116. A Fight Over Agriculture Secretary Could Decide the Direction of Hunger Policy Washington, Yesterday

    The delicate proxy clash has pitted Democrats eager to emphasize issues like hunger and nutrition against traditionalists who believe the department should represent rural America.

  117. N.J. Governor Wants Schools Open. Local Officials Have Other Ideas. Metro, Yesterday

    The tensions point to the difficulty governors across the Northeast have had in persuading districts to reopen — decisions that often require school boards to buck powerful unions.

  118. What You Need to Know Now About Travel Insurance Travel, Yesterday

    A spate of new travel insurance policies have begun covering Covid-19, just as many international destinations begin to require it. Here’s what to look for.

  119. 2nd Coronavirus Wave Hits Buffalo Area ‘With a Vengeance’ Metro, Yesterday

    The positive test rate in Erie County has remained above 5 percent for almost two weeks.

  120. Musical Travel Companions for a Year of Going Nowhere Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    The composer John Luther Adams combines immersive sound worlds with environmental activism.

  121. Claudia Rankine Wishes More Writers Thought About Whiteness Book Review, Yesterday

    “Racist ideas continue to shape our consciousness.”

  122. Tu cerebro no está hecho para pensar en Español, Yesterday

    En épocas difíciles, esta sorprendente lección de la neurociencia podría ayudarte a reducir tus niveles de ansiedad.

  123. Their Teeth Fell Out. Was It Another Covid-19 Consequence? Science, Yesterday

    People who already have dental problems may see them aggravated by encounters with the coronavirus, some experts suggest.

  124. She Dived More Than 300 Feet Under the Sea. Can She Go Deeper? Sports, Yesterday

    Alenka Artnik of Slovenia recently set a record in free diving. But her race to the bottom may not be over.

  125. What You Need to Know Now About Travel Insurance Travel, Yesterday

    A spate of new travel insurance policies have begun covering Covid-19, just as many international destinations begin to require it. Here’s what to look for.

  126. I Was a Child Refugee. Another War in Ethiopia Is Forcing More Children Into the Camps. Op Ed, Yesterday

    Abiy Ahmed, the country’s prime minister, has become the protagonist of a familiar story in Africa, which is written in blood by politicians in pursuit of their ideologies and power.

  127. Why This Billionaire Will Never Leave New York Metropolitan, Yesterday

    For the cosmetics mogul and philanthropist Leonard Lauder, the city, with its museums, public transit and parks, is an explorer’s delight.

  128. They Were Worried About Finances. This Is How They Got Help. Metropolitan, Yesterday

    “I have never seen this much anxiety and fear about money,” one financial counselor said.

  129. 2nd Coronavirus Wave Hits Buffalo Area ‘With a Vengeance’ Metro, Yesterday

    The positive test rate in Erie County has remained above 5 percent for almost two weeks.

  130. Pope Francis: A Crisis Reveals What Is in Our Hearts Op Ed, Yesterday

    To come out of this pandemic better than we went in, we must let ourselves be touched by others’ pain.

  131. In the Face of Challenges,‘Thinking of Yourself in a Higher Light’ Neediest, Yesterday

    For New Yorkers starting new chapters, the struggles of the coronavirus pandemic took on additional intensity.

  132. Giving Thanks in 2020 Interactive, Yesterday

    It’s been a difficult year. It’s OK to keep it simple.

  133. Turkey Jails Hundreds for Life Over 2016 Coup Attempt Foreign, Yesterday

    Those accused of being ringleaders were among the many sentenced in one of the most important mass trials relating to the plot.

  134. En plein confinement, un rescapé de l’Holocauste réconforte ses voisins World, Yesterday

    Simon Gronowski a échappé enfant aux nazis. En avril dernier, il soutenait le moral à l’entour en jouant du jazz à sa fenêtre.

  135. In Argentina, Maradona’s Death Sets Off a Vivid Display of Public Grief Foreign, Yesterday

    For many Argentines, Diego Maradona, who died on Wednesday, was no mere soccer superstar. “I feel like a member of my family just died,” said one.