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  1. An N.F.L. Rookie’s Back-up Plan: A Track World Championship Sports, Today

    Devon Allen is one of the best hurdlers in the world. He’ll soon shift his focus to N.F.L. training camp.

  2. Today’s Russia Ukraine War News live blog included four standalone posts:
  3. A Detroit Designer Works From Home Style, Today

    Tracy Reese, whose clients include Michelle Obama, returned to her hometown to reimagine her approach to making clothes, from top to bottom.

  4. The Joy in Finding Your Chosen Family Well, Today

    For L.G.B.T.Q. people, the bonds between friends can be liberating and transformative. Five of these close-knit communities tell their stories.

  5. ‘Cuba es de todos’: muchas estrellas cubanas todavía sueñan con participar en el Clásico Mundial de Béisbol en Español, Today

    Un grupo de jugadores disidentes cubanos de las grandes ligas, a quienes se les prohibió representar a su antiguo país, está presionando para formar su propio equipo. Te presentamos a los Cubanos.

  6. The Voices of Men Affected by Abortion Well, Today

    In light of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, advocates from all sides of the issue have called for men to be part of the conversation. The Times heard from hundreds who wanted to share their stories.

  7. In New York, Anti-Abortion Centers Outnumber Abortion Clinics New York, Today

    Crisis pregnancy centers, which encourage women to give birth, prepare for a post-Roe world in a state that is considered a bastion of abortion rights.

  8. Christina Ricci’s Search for Authenticity Style, Today

    The actress, who grew up in the public eye, finally finds the role she’s been looking for.

  9. How Elon Musk Helped Lift the Ceiling on C.E.O. Pay Business, Today

    The gap with workers widened even further as public companies granted top executives rich pay packages partly inspired by Tesla.

  10. Century-Old State Laws Could Determine Where Abortion Is Legal U.S., Today

    In Wisconsin, Michigan and other states, abortion bans that were long considered dormant could determine if access to the procedure survives the overturning of Roe.

  11. N.Y. Republican Quandary: How to Veer Right and Still Win in November New York, Today

    Most of the Republican candidates for governor are embracing conservative stances as the primary nears, but that may turn off moderate voters in November.

  12. In Southeast Asia, Luxury Hotel Bargains Aren’t Hard to Find Travel, Today

    The region is emerging from Covid isolation only to find a dearth of the Chinese visitors who once flocked there. Some hotels are responding with deals for travelers from the U.S. and elsewhere.

  13. Elizabeth Warren and Tina Smith: Roe Is Gone but the Fight Has Just Begun Opinion, Today

    We must restore our democracy so that a radical minority can no longer drown out the will of the people.

  14. The Radical Reign of Clarence Thomas Opinion, Today

    An out-of-control court sends women back to the Dark Ages.

  15. The End of Roe Is Just the Beginning Opinion, Today

    An improbable anti-abortion triumph yields an uncertain political future.

  16. Unos mensajes de texto me salvaron de la tristeza en Español, Today

    Mientras mi padre luchaba contra el cáncer, un coqueteo me permitió distraerme y sobrellevar una época muy difícil.

  17. ‘I Happen to Be in Love.’ The Affair of Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani. Opinion, Today

    Giuliani’s loyalty to the former president was born in his darkest moment.

  18. Jess Walter’s End-of-the-World Fun Books, Today

    The author’s ninth work of fiction, “The Angel of Rome,” collects stories of lonely characters caught in their own versions of Sisyphean hell.

  19. The Quest to Beat High Gas Prices Business, Today

    From changing their work hours to driving farther in search of cheaper deals, people have been making crafty calculations to grapple with expensive gasoline.

  20. How to Survive a Rental Bidding War Real Estate, Today

    As the rental market convulses with a dearth of listings and intense demand, list prices can be deceptive. Here’s how to handle a bidding war.

  21. Norway Mass Shooting Is Being Investigated as Terrorism, Police Say World, Today

    The attack, which killed two people and seriously wounded 10 near a gay club in Oslo, came hours before the city’s Pride parade, which has now been canceled.

  22. Today’s Roe Wade Abortion Supreme Court live blog included 27 standalone posts:
  23. John Legend and Chrissy Teigen Sell a Pair of Penthouses in NoLIta Real Estate, Today

    The couple got nearly $16.8 million, making it one of the largest closings in New York City in June. The biggest, a Midtown penthouse, sold for around $56 million.

  24. Spelling Bee Forum Gameplay, Today

    Feeling stuck on today’s puzzle? We can help.

  25. Belarus’s Leader, ‘Europe’s Last Dictator,’ Burnishes Links to Russia World, Today

    President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia will meet with President Aleksandr G. Lukashenko of Belarus on Saturday amid questions over how far Minsk will allow itself to be drawn into the war.

  26. Special Episode: Roe v. Wade Is Overturned The Daily, Today

    In a decision with sweeping implications, the Supreme Court eliminated the constitutional right to abortion. What comes next?

  27. Quotation of the Day: Nonbinary Air Travelers Continue to Face a Male-or-Female World Today’s Paper, Today

    Quotation of the Day for Saturday, June 25, 2022.

  28. Corrections: June 25, 2022 Corrections, Today

    Corrections that appeared in print on Saturday, June 25, 2022.

  29. Will Monkeypox Concerns Affect Pride Weekend in New York? Style, Today

    Some say they have changed their plans in response to the city’s 39 positive cases, while others plan to carry on as safely as they can.

  30. The Day the Supreme Court Crashed the Title IX Party Sports, Today

    Celebration of the 50th anniversary of Title IX was dampened as female athletes were saddened — and angered — by the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade.

  31. Coal Dust and Methane Below, Russian Bombs Above World, Today

    The war has added a new threat to the dangerous lives of miners in eastern Ukraine.

  32. At Pikes Peak Hill Climb, a Drive to Win and to Put the Race on the Map Sports, Today

    The 12.4-mile sprint up to an altitude exceeding 14,000 feet is renowned internationally but more obscure in the United States, where hill climbs and rally racing are less popular.

  33. Cause of an Uprising? Gameplay, Yesterday

    Adam Aaronson drops in with a slick Saturday puzzle.

  34. 2 Killed and at Least 19 Wounded in Shooting in Norway’s Capital World, Yesterday

    The shooting happened near a popular gay club in downtown Oslo, on the weekend when the city is set to host its Pride parade.

  35. Sensing the World Anew Through Other Species Books, Yesterday

    Ed Yong talks about “An Immense World,” and Terry Alford discusses “In the Houses of Their Dead.”

  36. Requiem for the Supreme Court Opinion, Yesterday

    The decision overturning Roe v. Wade is a stunning moment for America and for its high court.

  37. Turns Out These Anti-Roe Justices Don’t Believe in Precedent After All Video, Yesterday

    Before they were confirmed, this is what these five justices had to say about Roe v. Wade.

  38. Kavanaugh Gave Private Assurances. Collins Says He ‘Misled’ Her. U.S., Yesterday

    “I am a don’t-rock-the-boat kind of judge,” the justice told the senator in a discussion on Roe, according to notes from a meeting before his confirmation.

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  41. Leaving Wish Lists at the Door, Senators Found Consensus on Guns U.S., Yesterday

    The bipartisan gun safety legislation that cleared Congress on Friday was the product of weeks of fraught negotiations that started with both sides acknowledging what had to stay off the table.

  42. Abortion Ruling Poses New Questions About How Far Supreme Court Will Go U.S., Yesterday

    The decision overruling Roe v. Wade exposed internal divisions among conservative justices about reconsidering other rights.

  43. ‘Abortion Is Just the Beginning’: Six Experts on the Decision Overturning Roe Interactive, Yesterday

    These passages are key to understanding the Dobbs decision.

  44. Thousands gather in New York to protest the ruling. U.S., Yesterday

    Demonstrators at Union Square and Washington Square Park voiced their frustrations and fears about the Supreme Court decision.

  45. ‘It’s Become Real’: Abortion Decision Roils Midterms, Sending Fight to States U.S., Yesterday

    Democrats hope the fall of Roe v. Wade will jolt abortion rights supporters into action in midterm elections. But is it enough to turn voters’ attention away from inflation?

  46. Friday’s ruling prompts confusion and closures at abortion clinics. U.S., Yesterday

    Doctors and clinic owners were calling lawyers and looking for guidance from state attorneys general.

  47. Hochul Has Raised $34 Million So Far. Her Goal May Be Double That. New York, Yesterday

    Gov. Kathy Hochul’s fund-raising pace could make her run for a full term the most expensive campaign ever for governor of New York.

  48. How G.O.P. Support for Decriminalizing Abortion Faded Over Decades U.S., Yesterday

    Before the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling, more Republicans than Democrats backed decriminalizing the procedure. But a political and religious coalition rose and took the party in a new direction.

  49. Companies Are More Vocal Than Ever on Social Issues. Not on Abortion. Business, Yesterday

    The corporate response to the Supreme Court’s Friday decision was more muted, and the companies that did speak out mostly talked about their health care policies.

  50. June 24, 2022: The Day Chief Justice Roberts Lost His Court U.S., Yesterday

    Outflanked by five impatient and ambitious justices to his right, the chief justice has become powerless to pursue his incremental approach.

  51. La Iglesia católica critica al gobierno de México por el asesinato de dos sacerdotes en Español, Yesterday

    El gobierno ha fracasado por años en la tarea de detener la creciente violencia y el consiguiente clamor público, pero la voz de la iglesia no puede ser desestimada fácilmente.

  52. The Overturn Is Official Podcasts, Yesterday

    “It’s kind of embarrassing as an American,” Xavier Becerra, President Biden’s health secretary, said.

  53. Video, Yesterday

  54. Special Edition: Roe v. Wade Is Overturned Briefing, Yesterday

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

  55. U.S.-Led Alliance Faces Frustration, and Pain of its Own, Over Russia Sanctions U.S., Yesterday

    Vladimir V. Putin is making gains in his war on Ukraine while the United States and its allies struggle with soaring energy prices and inflation.

  56. Are abortion medications delivered by mail illegal? U.S., Yesterday

    The end of Roe v. Wade will make little immediate difference on access to medications, though legal experts say that could change as more trigger laws are certified.

  57. Video, Yesterday

  58. Abortion funds raise millions in donations to help people seeking the procedure. U.S., Yesterday

    As of Friday afternoon, the National Network of Abortion Funds had received more than $3 million from about 33,000 new donations.

  59. Haleh Afshar, Who Fought for Rights of Muslim Women, Dies at 77 World, Yesterday

    An Iranian-born British scholar and self-described “Muslim feminist,” she joined the House of Lords and advised the British government on women’s issues.

  60. Meta clamps down on internal discussion of Roe v. Wade’s overturning. Business, Yesterday

  61. Yesterday’s Economy News Inflation Stocks live blog included three standalone posts:
  62. Jim Obergefell and L.G.B.T.Q. groups warn that abortion ruling could impact other rights. U.S., Yesterday

    Advocates for L.G.B.T.Q. rights expressed dismay over Justice Clarence Thomas’s opinion concurring with the decision.

  63. Politicians React to Supreme Court’s Ruling on Abortion Video, Yesterday

    Democratic leaders condemned the court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, while some Republican lawmakers celebrated the ruling.

  64. Mad About Roe? Here’s How to Help Women Now. Opinion, Yesterday

    I wrote the “Handbook for a Post-Roe America.” It’s time to put it into practice.

  65. NASA Pauses Psyche, a Mission to a Metal-Rich Asteroid Science, Yesterday

    Delays in setting up the spacecraft’s navigation software mean the mission may not reach the asteroid until 2029 or 2030, rather than 2026.

  66. Where can the youngest U.S. children get vaccinated? Maybe not at your local pharmacy. Here’s why. U.S., Yesterday

    Age requirements vary among the larger pharmacy chains, and some won’t give the shots to children younger than 5.

  67. Ken Knowlton, a Father of Computer Art and Animation, Dies at 91 Technology, Yesterday

    His work at Bell Labs in the 1960s laid the groundwork for today’s computer-generated imagery in film and on TV.

  68. ‘You Cannot Stop Abortions’: Four Writers On the End of Roe v. Wade Interactive, Yesterday

    Michelle Goldberg, Lauren Kelley and Leah Libresco Sargeant join Lulu Garcia-Navarro to discuss what comes next after Dobbs.

  69. Megan Rapinoe and other athletes criticized the abortion ruling. Sports, Yesterday

  70. Scene Outside Mississippi Abortion Clinic After Roe Is Overturned Video, Yesterday

    Clinic escorts directed traffic outside the Jackson Women’s Health Organization as a small group of anti-abortion demonstrators gathered outside after the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade.

  71. The Man Most Responsible for Ending Roe Worries That It Could Hurt His Party U.S., Yesterday

    Former President Donald J. Trump has privately told friends and advisers that a ruling overturning Roe v. Wade will be “bad for Republicans.”

  72. What Are Men Wearing Now? Fashion, Yesterday

    A reader looking to update their wardrobe wonders where to begin.

  73. Juul Users Prepare to Say Goodbye to Their Vape of Choice Style, Yesterday

    After a Food and Drug Administration ruling against the company, fans of the brand said they appreciated its simple design. “I definitely will miss the Juuls,” a leather worker in Detroit said.

  74. Gloria Allen, Transgender Activist Who Ran a Charm School, Dies at 76 U.S., Yesterday

    She overcame a life of intolerance and abuse to teach style, etiquette and life lessons to young transgender people who were at risk.

  75. Ukraine Retreats From Embattled City, as Russia Grinds On World, Yesterday

    With the withdrawal from Sievierodonetsk, the fighting shifts to neighboring Lysychansk, the last city in the Luhansk region still under Ukrainian control.

  76. The Ruling Overturning Roe Is an Insult to Women and the Judicial System Opinion, Yesterday

    This is the start of a new era of conflict over abortion.

  77. Anti-Abortion Supporters Celebrate Supreme Court’s Ruling Video, Yesterday

    Anti-abortion activists celebrated the court’s decision to reverse Roe v. Wade outside the Supreme Court and across the country.

  78. The Fall of Sievierodonetsk Briefing, Yesterday

    Ukraine will withdraw its forces from the largely ruined eastern city.

  79. How women who oppose abortion are reacting to the court’s decision. U.S., Yesterday

    Abortion opponents said they were shedding happy tears and remembering those who regretted past abortions.

  80. With New Threats Looming, Canada Commits Billions to Air Defense World, Yesterday

    But it is unclear that giving new capabilities to Norad will be effective against new, superfast missiles.

  81. Members of Congress voice mixed opinions on the Roe ruling. U.S., Yesterday

    Lawmakers trickled into the Capitol on Friday to tightened security and the news of Roe v. Wade being overturned.

  82. Beer and Body Slams, as Craft Brewers and Wrestlers Get in the Ring Food, Yesterday

    Small beer companies and independent wrestling leagues find that pairing their offerings attracts big crowds and big fun.

  83. You Deserve Better, No Matter What Your Boss Says (or Doesn’t) Business, Yesterday

    From not working when you shouldn’t to needing your manager to show some common decency, it’s OK to stick up for yourself.

  84. Here are key passages from the Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe. U.S., Yesterday

    Central to the decision is Justice Alito’s belief that the Constitution does not include a right to abortion.

  85. Monkeypox and the Gay Community Briefing, Yesterday

    Many monkeypox cases have been found in men who have sex with men.

  86. Democrats turn to donors after the abortion decision, and Republicans follow suit — but with a different message. U.S., Yesterday

    Democrats’ fund-raising blasts filled email boxes and social media feeds as they aimed to capitalize on the fear and alarm that many left-leaning voters felt.

  87. Ask Wirecutter: Internet While Camping? Interactive, Yesterday

    A reader asks how to find reliable internet while vacationing somewhere remote.

  88. Hochul Calls Supreme Court’s Abortion Ruling ‘Repulsive’ Video, Yesterday

    Gov. Kathy Hochul of New York condemned the decision, saying extremism had “infiltrated the Supreme Court of the United States of America.”

  89. How women who support abortion rights are reacting to the news. U.S., Yesterday

    Women across the nation react with anger and fear. One says she feels the “nation is on fire.”

  90. On Broadway, One Show Decides to Keep Masks. No, It’s Not ‘Phantom.’ Theater, Yesterday

    “American Buffalo,” at Circle in the Square, is sticking with masking till it closes, July 10, citing the “proximity of the audience to the actors” and “the staging in the round.”

  91. F.B.I. Raids Orlando Museum and Removes Basquiat Paintings Arts, Yesterday

    All 25 works in the museum’s Jean-Michel Basquiat exhibition were seized by the F.B.I. An affidavit called into question their origin and their authenticity.

  92. Three Women, ‘Hollowed Out and Ready to Burst’ Books, Yesterday

    Debut novels of women seeking solace in sex, in sitcoms, in the innocence they are denied.

  93. Pacific Northwest Ballet Finally Makes It Back to New York Arts, Yesterday

    On Thursday’s mixed bill, Ulysses Dove’s “Dancing on the Front Porch of Heaven” was the most arresting and emotionally resonant work.

  94. Biden’s Gas Tax Holiday Wouldn’t Make Much Difference Opinion, Yesterday

    The president’s proposal is mainly symbolic, to show he cares.

  95. West Coast governors commit to abortion rights firewall. U.S., Yesterday

    The commitment memo changed no laws in their states, which have been legislating for months to protect abortion rights in anticipation of the ruling.

  96. Olympics Snub Women’s Nordic Combined and Put the Sport on Notice Sports, Yesterday

    The International Olympic Committee said not enough countries are participating in the women’s competitions to include them. The men’s event may be the next to go.

  97. World leaders react to Roe ruling. U.S., Yesterday

    Several European leaders criticized the Supreme Court’s decision, which goes against a global trend, while the Vatican welcomed it.

  98. U.S. Outlines Compensation Rules for Some Havana Syndrome Victims U.S., Yesterday

    The cause of the ailments first observed in American diplomats and C.I.A. officers serving in Cuba remains a mystery.

  99. Immersed in ‘Stranger Things,’ Then Strolling to Beckett Theater, Yesterday

    Our writer checked out two very different experiences in New York. In Netflix’s TV re-creation, you fight Demogorgons. In “Cascando,” you walk off your existential angst.

  100. Dobbs, Named in Abortion Case Ending Roe, Had Little to Do With It U.S., Yesterday

    His name was affixed to the historic lawsuit after he became Mississippi’s chief health officer in 2018.

  101. Fresh Fed financial disclosures omit the officials who ignited ethics scandal. Business, Yesterday

    The Dallas and Boston regional Fed presidents whose 2020 trades caused an uproar resigned late in 2021. Their transactions from last year were excluded from a new wave of disclosures.

  102. Biden Slams Supreme Court for Its Ruling on Abortion Video, Yesterday

    President Biden warned that the decision could jeopardize the health of millions of women in the United States and urged people to vote.

  103. DeSantis has already moved to restrict abortions in Florida. U.S., Yesterday

    The state was once a refuge for the procedure in the Southeast.

  104. Juul Gets Temporary Reprieve to Keep Selling Its E-Cigarettes Health, Yesterday

    The company is appealing the F.D.A.’s decision to ban sales of its vaping products.

  105. How candidates competing in Tuesday’s primary elections are reacting to the Supreme Court’s decision. U.S., Yesterday

    Anti-abortion Republican candidates basked in the moment and Democrats anguished over the uncertain future of reproductive rights.

  106. Congress Clears Bill to Extend Free Meals for Children Through the Summer U.S., Yesterday

    The bipartisan bill passed as pandemic-era waivers, including a provision that offers free meals to all children, were about to lapse.

  107. Baxter Black, Who Elevated Cowboy Poetry to Folk Art, Dies at 77 Arts, Yesterday

    His wide-ranging work, including books, speeches and regular appearances on NPR, celebrated cowpokes, feed lots and life on the range.

  108. Can women be banned from traveling to other states to get an abortion? U.S., Yesterday

    There are currently no abortion bans that attempt to prosecute women who cross state lines to seek an abortion.

  109. Wonking Out: Hot Economies and High Prices Opinion, Yesterday

    An overview of the changes in inflation analysis.

  110. Does Your Nose Help Pick Your Friends? Science, Yesterday

    In a small study, researchers in an olfaction lab found that people who had an instant personal connection also had similarities in their body odors.

  111. I Prayed and Protested to End Roe. What Comes Next? Opinion, Yesterday

    What the overturning of Roe v. Wade means to abortion opponents like me.

  112. Transcript: Ezra Klein Interviews Jamelle Bouie Podcasts, Yesterday

    A conversation with New York Times Opinion columnist Jamelle Bouie.

  113. ‘This Is Not Over’: Biden Tries to Galvanize Voters After Abortion Ruling U.S., Yesterday

    “This decision must not be the final word,” President Biden said after the Supreme Court eliminated the constitutional right to abortion.

  114. Love Letter: A Never-Ending Non-Conversation Style, Yesterday

    Is a breakup a breakup if it’s barely acknowledged?

  115. Murder of 2 Priests Hands Mexican Leaders a New Critic: the Catholic Church World, Yesterday

    The government has failed for years to quell rising violence and the resulting public outcry, but the church’s voice cannot easily be dismissed.

  116. ‘A Grievous Wrong Was Righted’: Anti-Abortion Activists Celebrate the End of Roe U.S., Yesterday

    This was the moment they had imagined for half a century, a dream many refused to believe was impossible.

  117. Congress Passes Bipartisan Gun Legislation, Clearing It for Biden U.S., Yesterday

    The House gave final approval to the Senate-passed compromise, ending nearly three decades of congressional inaction.

  118. Garland says Justice Department will protect access to an abortion. U.S., Yesterday

    He also called on Congress to pass a federal law that protects the right to an abortion.

  119. La Corte Suprema de EE. UU. revoca Roe contra Wade y anula el derecho al aborto en Español, Yesterday

    La decisión, que elimina el derecho constitucional al aborto después de casi 50 años, supondrá la prohibición total del procedimiento en cerca de la mitad de los estados.

  120. ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ Becomes a New Way to Pay for Guns Business, Yesterday

    Credova, a little-known fintech company, is leading the way in offering installment plans to buyers of guns and hunting supplies.

  121. Documenta Was a Whole Vibe. Then a Scandal Killed the Buzz. Arts, Yesterday

    Accusations that an image was antisemitic broke the mood at a daring festival of experiments. This year’s Documenta deserves a closer look, our critic says.

  122. Pennsylvania’s race for governor takes on huge stakes for abortion rights. U.S., Yesterday

    If Doug Mastriano, the Republican nominee, beats his Democratic opponent, Josh Shapiro, he and the state’s G.O.P.-led legislature are all but certain to move to outlaw abortion.

  123. The Simplest Salmon and Other Easy Recipes Food, Yesterday

    A vegetable tofu curry, a tuna mayo rice bowl, a crispy-edged quesadilla: You don’t have to be great in the kitchen to get delicious results.

  124. The Woman Who Vanished From Her Family’s Lush California Estate Books, Yesterday

    In “Vera Kelly Lost and Found,” the final volume of Rosalie Knecht’s 1960s-era private detective trilogy, Vera searches for her missing girlfriend.

  125. E.U. leaders plan for a painful scenario: Russia turning off the gas. World, Yesterday

    The tapering of gas has forced Germany, Europe’s economic engine, to escalate its energy emergency protocol and urge residents to conserve power. The next step is rationing.

  126. Americans Celebrate and Mourn Abortion Decision as New Fights Loom U.S., Yesterday

    The Supreme Court sent the issue of abortion back to the states in an even more polarized era than when Roe v. Wade was introduced.

  127. Beyoncé’s Dance-Floor Salvation, and 12 More New Songs Arts, Yesterday

    Hear tracks by Taylor Swift, the Mars Volta, Gorillaz featuring Thundercat and others.

  128. The Best of Late Night This Week 🌙 Interactive, Yesterday

    The late-night hosts had plenty of news to discuss this week, including the Jan. 6 hearings in Washington and the F.D.A. ban on Juul e-cigarettes.

  129. Thomas’s concurring opinion raises questions about what rights might be next. U.S., Yesterday

    The same rationale could also be used to overturn cases establishing rights to contraception, same-sex consensual relations and same-sex marriage.

  130. 3 Theaters, 3 Plays, One Cast, All at Once Theater, Yesterday

    The Crucible Theater in Sheffield, England, is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a mind-boggling logistical challenge that also honors a declining industry in the city.

  131. Gov. Hochul Calls Decision Overturning Roe ‘Repulsive at Every Level’ New York, Yesterday

    Gov. Kathy Hochul declared New York a “safe harbor” for those seeking abortions as advocates and lawmakers in the state moved to respond to the Supreme Court ruling.

  132. Before Riccardo Muti Leaves Chicago, a Verdi Farewell Arts, Yesterday

    “Un Ballo in Maschera” is the last in a series of Verdi operas led in concert by the Chicago Symphony’s music director, who departs after next season.

  133. Here are the companies that will cover travel expenses for employee abortions. Business, Yesterday

    A handful of companies have committed to helping their employees access abortion services.

  134. Furor Over the Supreme Court Ruling on Guns Opinion, Yesterday

    Readers express dismay over the justices’ rejection of a New York gun law.

  135. A Sleepy Baltic Rail Line Gets a Geopolitical Wakeup Call World, Yesterday

    Russia has accused Lithuania, a NATO member, of choking off the flow of goods to Kaliningrad, its enclave on the Baltic, as part of sanctions over the war in Ukraine. Lithuania says Russia is lying.

  136. Vatican Releases Letters From Jews Pleading for Help During the Holocaust World, Yesterday

    Pope Francis has ordered files containing requests for assistance from people throughout Europe, many of them converts to Roman Catholicism, to be made available online.

  137. Yesterday’s Midterm Primary Elections live blog included one standalone post:
  138. 6 Cool Ice Pops to Make With Your Kids Magazine, Yesterday

    It’s summer. Go wild.

  139. How Abortion Bans Will Ripple Across America Interactive, Yesterday

    With Roe overturned, the distances many women will need to travel for an abortion will increase drastically. See the range of scenarios.

  140. Roe’s Death Will Change American Democracy Opinion, Yesterday

    The anti-abortion movement has won its decades-long effort to undo Roe. Now what?

  141. A Creamy, Vegan Potato Salad You Can Linger Over Food, Yesterday

    Tahini steps in for mayonnaise in this vegan take on the classic, finished with fresh and charred scallions.

  142. Politico’s Roe v. Wade scoop becomes law. Business, Yesterday

    In May, Politico’s reporters published a draft opinion outlining the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Today, the high court made it official.

  143. Is Birth Control Still Legal in the U.S.? U.S., Yesterday

    The Supreme Court decision that overruled Roe v. Wade does not indicate that the justices would revisit past decisions about birth control.

  144. Germany Ends Ban on Abortion Advertisement World, Yesterday

    The vote to scrap the law came on the same day that Roe v. Wade was overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court.

  145. ‘The Biggest Uncertainty Is Us’ Climate, Yesterday

    Katharine Hayhoe, a climate scientist, says sustainable choices must become the easiest, most affordable ones.

  146. Daily Harvest Recalls Lentil and Leek Crumbles After Consumers Fall Ill Well, Yesterday

    With nearly 500 reports of sickness, and viral posts from influencers, the company and experts are now trying to figure out what happened.

  147. Saudi Arabia, a Growing Force in Golf, Seeks to Host Women’s Tennis Sports, Yesterday

    The kingdom shook up the PGA Tour with the creation of the LIV Golf series. Now it is pushing to secure a WTA Tour event.

  148. The Dobbs v. Jackson Decision, Annotated Interactive, Yesterday

    New York Times reporters are providing analysis of the landmark Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade.

  149. ‘Shock and Dismay’ Over the Abortion Ruling Opinion, Yesterday

    Most readers decry the Supreme Court’s decision to force many women to unwillingly endure “the risks and consequences of pregnancy.”

  150. Paulo Dybala and the Problem With Italy Sports, Yesterday

    The travails of Dybala, whose contract with Juventus runs out this month, are emblematic of a soccer ecosystem that is often a world apart.

  151. Here are past cases that have upheld or chipped away at Roe v. Wade. U.S., Yesterday

    The legal case over a law that makes most abortions illegal after 15 weeks of pregnancy is by no means the first to challenge or chip away at Roe v. Wade.

  152. Serena Williams’s Wimbledon Draw Could Have Been Worse Sports, Yesterday

    After a year away from singles, she risked drawing the world’s No. 1, Iga Swiatek, in the first round. Instead, she will face a player ranked 113th.

  153. Five Horror Movies to Stream Now Movies, Yesterday

    This month’s picks are scary, but not too scary. (Except the one about the demon on a rampage. That’s very scary.)

  154. What to Cook This Weekend Food, Yesterday

    Easy vegan peanut-butter maple ice cream, roasted mushroom larb and more recipes.

  155. As Russia Chokes Ukraine’s Grain Exports, Romania Tries to Fill In Business, Yesterday

    With famine threatening millions, Europe is intent on finding alternatives to one of world’s biggest food exporters, whose landlocked crop is stranded by war.

  156. What did Planned Parenthood v. Casey say? U.S., Yesterday

  157. The Weekender Interactive, Yesterday

    Learn to cook in 10 easy dishes. Also in this edition: a commoner fixes up a 60-room English castle, and an interview with John Grisham.

  158. Stocks have a rare positive week. Business, Yesterday

    The S&P 500 had a weekly gain of about 6.5 percent, only its second positive week in the past twelve.

  159. Here’s what the justices in the majority opinion said about Roe during their confirmation hearings. U.S., Yesterday

    They avoided directly stating how they would rule, typically sticking to expressing their belief in the importance of precedent.

  160. How State Abortion Laws Are Changing U.S., Yesterday

    About half the states are expected to ban or further restrict access to abortion.

  161. What did Roe v. Wade say? U.S., Yesterday

    The 1973 decision said states could not ban abortions before fetal viability, the point at which the fetus can survive outside the womb.

  162. In 6-to-3 Ruling, Supreme Court Ends Nearly 50 Years of Abortion Rights U.S., Yesterday

    The decision will lead to all but total bans on the procedure in about half of the states.

  163. A Rhodes Scholar’s Starbucks Ambition and More: The Week in Narrated Articles Podcasts, Yesterday

    Five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you.

  164. Buck Ellison’s Great White Society Arts, Yesterday

    From the driving range to the dude ranch, an artist stages intimate, alluring portraits of U.S. hegemony from within its walls.

  165. Heat Waves Around the World Push People and Nations ‘To the Edge’ Climate, Yesterday

    Large, simultaneous heat waves are growing more common. China, America, Europe and India have all been stricken recently, and scientists are starting to understand why certain far-flung places get hit at once.

  166. The ‘Most Real Richard III There’s Ever Been’ Theater, Yesterday

    The Royal Shakespeare Company has cast a disabled actor to play the “deformed, unfinish’d” king for the first time. The choice has been hailed as a landmark moment.

  167. ‘My Aching Heart Is Shattered Into Little Pieces’ U.S., Yesterday

    A year ago, Champlain Towers South collapsed in Surfside, Fla. The lives of those who lost loved ones and homes have never been the same.

  168. ‘Ghost Flights’? The Facts Behind Transporting Migrant Children U.S., Yesterday

    Government flights carrying undocumented children from the border to federally licensed shelters around the country are being criticized by conservative politicians in an election year.

  169. Ukrainian insurgents kill a Kremlin-backed politician in occupied Kherson, part of a wave of attacks. World, Yesterday

    A growing guerrilla movement appears to have been fueled by public anger over worsening economic, security and humanitarian conditions.

  170. Protestas en Ecuador por el aumento de precios de combustibles y alimentos en Español, Yesterday

    La capital del país está en buena medida paralizada por los manifestantes, y el gobierno dice que ha perdido el control de una pequeña ciudad en la Amazonía a manos de manifestantes con armas, lanzas y explosivos.

  171. Summer Reading Contest, Week 3: What Got Your Attention in The Times This Week? The Learning Network, Yesterday

    To participate, submit your response here by July 1 at 9 a.m. Eastern. This week’s winners will be announced on July 12.

  172. Watching ‘Queer as Folk’ but Craving ‘Heartstopper’ Arts, Yesterday

    Major reboots and revivals are falling short in the writing as they try to diversify and expand their L.G.B.T.Q. worlds. It doesn’t have to be that way.

  173. After the Gun Ruling Business, Yesterday

    Plus, Intel pressures Congress to provide funding for U.S. chip production.

  174. Relief Efforts Intensify in Afghanistan After Devastating Earthquake World, Yesterday

    Aid has been streaming into the rugged regions hit by the quake on Wednesday. Hundreds were killed and many more are missing, with officials saying that they do not expect to find more survivors.

  175. Following Recall, San Francisco School Board Reverses Course U.S., Yesterday

    The board voted this week to switch elite Lowell High School back to a merit-based admissions system.

  176. Looking for Affordable Housing in New York? Here’s Where to Find It. Interactive, Yesterday

    Enter your household income and size, and we’ll tell you what housing programs you may be eligible for and how to apply.

  177. The Last Resident of Monowi Interactive, Yesterday

    Elsie Eiler operates the only remaining business in her tiny Nebraska town. What will happen once she’s gone?

  178. In Russia’s war over Ukraine, China and India emerge as financiers. World, Yesterday

  179. Commonwealth Meeting in Rwanda Has a Long Agenda. Human Rights Isn’t on It. World, Yesterday

    A summit of the organization that was born out of the embers of the British Empire is being held for the first time in the African country, but discussion of the host’s alleged abuses is conspicuously missing.