24 Hours of NYT News
  1. Baltimore Removes Confederate Statues in Overnight Operation U.S., Today

    Small crowds gathered and the mood was “celebratory,” days after violence broke out over the removal of a monument in Virginia.

  2. Looming War Games Alarm North Korea, but May Be a Bargaining Chip World, Today

    Joint military exercises between the United States and South Korea, which are set to begin Monday, could provide an opening for efforts to reduce tensions over the North’s nuclear program.

  3. Trump Gives White Supremacists an Unequivocal Boost U.S., Yesterday

    During a shouting-match of a news conference, an angry president asserted that “alt-left” activists in Charlottesville were as much to blame as neo-Nazis.

  4. China’s Crackdown on North Korea Over U.N. Sanctions Starts to Pinch World, Today

    A ban on North Korean seafood exports began to be felt this week, curtailing an easy source of cash for the North Korean government but angering Chinese wholesalers.

  5. New York Today: Hiring Movers N.Y. / Region, Today

    Wednesday: Tips for moving, a fallen tree in Central Park, and Havana in Harlem.

  6. ‘Wow’: Stunned TV Hosts Reacted in Real Time to Trump Business Day, Yesterday

    President Trump’s fiery news conference left many on cable news networks searching for ways to describe what they had just seen, and partisan lines blurred in the process.

  7. In a Body-Positive Moment, Why Does Hollywood Remain Out of Step? Movies, Today

    Melissa McCarthy has broken through in Hollywood, but her success is viewed by studios as an anomaly. Danielle Macdonald hopes to flip the script.

  8. In Ukraine, a Malware Expert Who Could Blow the Whistle on Russian Hacking World, Today

    For the first time, an actual witness has emerged in the hack of the Democratic National Committee, and he has been interviewed by the F.B.I.

  9. Microsoft Teaches Autonomous Gliders to Make Decisions on the Fly Technology, Today

    Microsoft is building gliders that adapt to surprises. The goal is to teach autonomous vehicles of all sorts to deal with uncertainty the way humans do.

  10. Trump Defends Initial Remarks on Charlottesville; Again Blames ‘Both Sides’ U.S., Yesterday

    The president said he did nothing wrong in his first remarks on Saturday following racial unrest in Virginia.

  11. Mr. Trump Makes a Spectacle of Himself Opinion, Yesterday

    Given one more chance to condemn white supremacists, the president takes up their talking points instead.

  12. Rift Widens Between Trump and Business Leaders Business Day, Yesterday

    A strong rebuke of the president by the chief executive of Walmart came as six other business leaders stepped down from a presidential advisory council.

  13. Roy Moore and Luther Strange Head for G.O.P. Runoff in Alabama Senate Race U.S., Yesterday

    After a crowded Republican race, Mr. Moore, a former chief justice of the State Supreme Court, and Mr. Strange, the current senator, will face each other in a runoff next month.

  14. Historians Question Trump’s Comments on Confederate Monuments Arts, Yesterday

    The president said removing Confederate monuments was “changing history.” But historians say that monuments don’t always tell the story we think.

  15. Taylor Swift Spoke Up. Sexual Assault Survivors Were Listening. Arts, Yesterday

    The pop superstar gave blunt testimony in her case against a radio host in Denver, and provided a voice for others in similar situations.

  16. Why Confederate Monuments Must Fall Opinion, Yesterday

    They aren’t about heritage or history. They are tools of white supremacy.

  17. Trump Reminded Threats Work Differently in Diplomacy Than in Real Estate World, Yesterday

    President Trump is accustomed to using strong statements as a negotiating tactic. But on the global stage, the politics of intimidation can get complicated.

  18. Why Are American Liberals So Afraid of Russia? Opinion, Today

    Because it reminds them of the United States.

  19. Can’t Eclipse the American Spirit Opinion, Today

    What’s happening in the heavens is a bonanza on earth.

  20. Charlottesville, ISIS and Us Opinion, Today

    Pluralism is America’s strength, both at home and abroad.

  21. Let Prisoners Learn While They Serve Opinion, Today

    Inmates who participate in prison education programs are far more likely to stay out of prison once they leave.

  22. Our House Divided Opinion, Today

    Is there a path from the Trump era to civil war?

  23. After Charlottesville Violence, Colleges Brace for More Clashes U.S., Today

    With their legal options limited by the First Amendment, colleges are expecting a rush of controversial speakers and are making plans to control violence.

  24. Taylor Swift’s Priceless Dollar Opinion, Today

    The award, granted by a jury to the pop star in her suit against a man who groped her, is invaluable to victims of sexual assault.

  25. Why Are So Many Artists Making Work That Lies on the Floor? T Magazine, Today

    The sculptures tend to appear at moments of political turmoil and social upheaval. But they don’t exactly symbolize defeat.

  26. Sculpture Laid Low Slideshow, Today

    Increasingly, artists are installing flat works on the ground.

  27. Squeezed by an India-China Standoff, Bhutan Holds Its Breath World, Yesterday

    There are fears that ambition and nationalism could lead China and India to war again, but now with more firepower at their disposal.

  28. Trump’s Comment on Venezuela Makes a Bad Situation Worse Opinion, Today

    The president’s irresponsible suggestion that the U.S. could use military force in Latin America makes life harder for diplomats and the opposition.

  29. Giancarlo Stanton Is Chasing History With Home Run Binge Sports, Today

    After hitting his 44th homer of the season on Tuesday, the Marlins slugger is now on a pace to hit 60.

  30. The Rooms Where Writers Work T Magazine, Today

    Javier Zamora, Danzy Senna and Camille Bordas on place and process.

  31. Trump Says Bannon Is ‘Not a Racist,’ but His Job Status Remains in Doubt U.S., Yesterday

    The president defended his embattled chief strategist even as Washington waits for Stephen K. Bannon’s departure from the White House.

  32. Fiat Chrysler Joins BMW in Race to Make Self-Driving Cars Business Day, Today

    The alliance, which also includes Intel and Mobileye, could help Fiat Chrysler catch up in new technologies and fend off competitors from Silicon Valley.

  33. A Chinese Video Game Rakes in Cash — and Draws Young Rule Breakers Business Day, Today

    Amid political pressure, Tencent’s popular Honor of Kings added limits on how long young people can play, but fake accounts and other workarounds have proliferated.

  34. Getting Microsoft Word to Call You by Your Real Name Technology, Today

    If you find that Microsoft Office programs have grabbed the wrong name to use for your document comments, you can correct the record.

  35. For Sale: Oldest Known Photo of a U.S. President (Socks and All) Arts, Today

    A recently surfaced original daguerreotype taken in 1843 of John Quincy Adams will be auctioned at Sotheby’s in October.

  36. Tribeca Film Festival to Start Standalone TV Gathering Arts, Today

    The festival will take place Sept. 22-24 and include appearances from Louis C.K., Pamela Adlon and Amy Sedaris.

  37. Obama’s Charlottesville Response, Boosted by Nostalgia, Becomes Most-Liked Tweet Ever U.S., Today

    The tweet paired a quote from Nelson Mandela’s autobiography with a picture of Mr. Obama smiling up at a diverse group of children.

  38. F.D.A. Urges Court to Block New York City’s Calorie Count Law N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    Lawyers for the Food and Drug Administration backed an industry effort to block New York City’s calorie labeling law in restaurants and food stores.

  39. House Hunting in ... Toronto Real Estate, Today

    A tax on foreign buyers has slowed down the housing market in Toronto, which was “gangbusters” a year ago, but new condos are still selling quickly.

  40. House Hunting in ... Toronto Slideshow, Today

    A renovated Victorian is for sale for $4.65 million in Oakville, a suburb of Toronto.

  41. Trump Asks, ‘What About the Alt-Left?’ Here’s an Answer U.S., Yesterday

    In remarks about Charlottesville, President Trump falsely equated “alt-left” violence with the killing of Heather D. Heyer.

  42. What You Get for $650,000 Slideshow, Today

    A 1770 house in Norfolk, Conn.; a renovated bungalow in Raleigh, N.C.; and a 1928 Tudor-style house in Dallas.

  43. $650,000 Homes in Connecticut, North Carolina and Texas Real Estate, Today

    A 1770 Cape Cod-style house in Norfolk, a renovated bungalow in Raleigh and a 1928 Tudor-style house in Dallas.

  44. New Analysis Detects Objects Near Suspected MH370 Plane Crash Site World, Today

    Satellite images from soon after a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 went missing in 2014 may offer clues to its location, the Australian authorities said.

  45. California Today: ‘Hamilton’ Sweeps Through the State U.S., Today

    Wednesday: A hit musical arrives in Los Angeles, a white supremacist’s San Jose upbringing, and traces of Russia’s legacy in California.

  46. Tom Stoppard’s ‘Travesties’ Will Return to Broadway Theater, Today

    The play is transferring from London and so will the star Tom Hollander.

  47. Full Transcript and Video: Trump’s News Conference in New York U.S., Yesterday

    President Trump on Tuesday made remarks on the violence in Charlottesville, Va., Confederate statues, his outlook on Stephen Bannon and more.

  48. Sperm Count in Western Men Has Dropped Over 50 Percent Since 1973, Paper Finds Health, Today

    Research that studied semen samples from nearly 43,000 men from 50 countries detected a sharp downward trend that is provoking broad health concerns.

  49. Akzo Nobel Ends Feud With Elliott Management Business Day, Today

    The Dutch paint and chemicals company had been sparring with the hedge fund about a takeover offer and about replacing top executives.

  50. Hope Hicks Will Be Trump’s Interim Communications Director U.S., Today

    The longtime aide will temporarily fill the spot left by Anthony Scaramucci and help the president find a replacement, an administration official said.

  51. Turnbull Renounces City’s Vote to Drop References to Australia Day World, Today

    Comments by the prime minister, who called the decision by Yarra “a repudiation” of national values, stoked discussion about the meaning of the holiday.

  52. Why Do Bangladeshis Seem Indifferent to Partition? Opinion, Today

    To my Muslim Bengali grandparents, East Pakistan in 1948 was not a land of exile, but a land of opportunity.

  53. To Save Money on Flights, Look to Smaller Airports Travel, Today

    Smaller and sometimes more out-of-the-way airports can save you a decent chunk of change and a fair amount of grief.

  54. Morning Agenda: Trump Bites Back Against C.E.O.s Who Rebuked Him Business Day, Today

    When asked why business leaders were leaving his councils, the president said: “Because they’re not taking their job seriously as it pertains to this country.”

  55. Meals for Your Eclipse Menu Science, Today

    In parts of the United States, the eclipse will occur around lunchtime. Consider planning a picnic. (At least, have a crescent-shaped cookie.)

  56. How Running Helped Me Face a Decades-Old Eating Disorder Well, Today

    When I started training for a half-marathon with my teenage daughter, I didn’t expect some of the panic I felt when I was a teenager to resurface.

  57. How to Be Mindful While Grocery Shopping Well, Today

    Plan your trip in advance. Knowing what you need at the store can help you avoid unwanted distractions.

  58. What Jewish Children Learned From Charlottesville Opinion, Yesterday

    I thought this generation was free of the anti-Semitism I knew. On Saturday, that changed.

  59. ‘The Daily’: Trump Defiant on Charlottesville Violence Podcasts, Today

    President Trump defended his initial remarks about the violence in Charlottesville, Va., asserting that activists protesting racism were as much to blame as neo-Nazis.

  60. Donald Trump, Luther Strange, Sierra Leone: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, Today

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

  61. Trump Threat to Obamacare Would Send Premiums and Deficits Higher U.S., Yesterday

    If President Trump makes good on his promise to “let Obamacare implode,” premiums for the most popular plans would rise about 20 percent next year.

  62. Policy Under Trump Bars Obama-Era Path to U.S. for Central American Youths U.S., Yesterday

    The program was established in 2014 to deal with a surge of migrants fleeing violence and lets them live and work in the United States temporarily.

  63. Washingtonville, N.Y.: Reasonably Priced and Diverse Real Estate, Today

    Where there once were dairy farms, now rolling, forested land and fresh development attract urbanites.

  64. Living in ... Washingtonville, N.Y. Slideshow, Today

    A bedroom community in Orange County that’s reasonably priced and diverse.

  65. In Mauritius, Secluded Beaches, Verdant Hills and Harmony Travel, Today

    The remote island is a mosaic, and its cultures mingle in a distinctive cuisine with Indian, French, Chinese and Creole flavors.

  66. Down the Breitbart Hole Magazine, Today

    Steve Bannon once said it was the platform for the alt-right. Its current editors disagree. Is the incendiary media company at the nerve center of Donald Trump’s America simply provocative — or dangerous?

  67. A Start-Up Suggests a Fix to the Health Care Morass Technology, Today

    Aledade, a tech start-up, is working to reduce health care costs while improving care. The results are on view at two medical practices in southeast Kansas.

  68. A Postmodern Buddy-Cop Novel Sends Up the World of Semiotics Books, Today

    Laurent Binet’s “The Seventh Function of Language” turns the story of the death of Roland Barthes into a romp through the days when literary theory reigned.

  69. Affordable Trips to South Africa Travel, Today

    Cape Town, Johannesburg and Cape Winelands are among the destinations travel companies are offering. Itineraries include game drives and city tours.

  70. A Family Memoir Makes the Case That Autism Is Different, Not Less Books, Today

    Judith Newman’s “To Siri With Love,” about life with an autistic son, is both riotous and moving.

  71. Derek Jeter, Driven and Focused, Nears His Goal of Team Ownership Sports, Today

    Jeter, the former Yankees star, has always had a vision. And if all goes as planned, he will see it become reality when he becomes an owner of the Miami Marlins.

  72. What the Mystery Writer Sue Grafton Can’t Travel Without Travel, Today

    Books, of course. And many pens, Scrabble and a sketchbook.

  73. Tiffany Haddish Doesn’t Think Comedy Is a Game Magazine, Today

    The star of “Girls Trip” on why she loves Lucille Ball and having very, very famous friends.

  74. Mom Left Me the House. What Do I Owe My Brothers? Magazine, Today

    The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on how to settle a family dispute over a will and whether to tell a stranger you have concerns about his health.

  75. How Exercise Could Help You Learn a New Language Well, Today

    Working out during a language class amplifies an adult’s ability to memorize, retain and understand new vocabulary.

  76. Jimmy Kimmel Wants to Remove Trump From Office — and Make Him King Arts, Today

    Mr. Kimmel pitched a plan he said he thought the president’s supporters might get behind.

  77. 2 Texas Congressional Districts Are Unconstitutional, Court Rules U.S., Yesterday

    A panel of three federal judges in San Antonio said the two districts were racially discriminatory, but upheld other districts that had been challenged.

  78. The Business Leaders on (and Off) Trump Councils Interactive, Yesterday

    Several executives have resigned from presidential advisory councils as they have opposed stances taken by President Trump.

  79. Gandhi Won’t Leave India Opinion, Today

    His legacy faces the challenge of neglect, obfuscation and co-option in the country.

  80. A Changed Landscape for Abortion Rights in Texas Lens, Today

    After access to abortion services were curtailed by Texas law, a photographer set out to document women on both sides of the debate.

  81. A Changed Landscape for Abortion Rights in Texas , Today

    After access to abortion services were curtailed by Texas law, a photographer set out to document women on both sides of the debate.

  82. Teaching Activities for: ‘How to Watch a Solar Eclipse’ The Learning Network, Today

    A complete guide to the Great American Eclipse taking place in North America onMonday, Aug. 21.

  83. 10 Things My Chronic Illness Taught My Children Opinion, Today

    I worried that my rheumatoid arthritis would harm them. Instead, it has helped them grow.

  84. A Changed Landscape for Abortion Rights in Texas Slideshow, Today

    After the landscape of abortion access in Texas changed, a photographer set out to document women on both sides of the debate

  85. What’s in a Name? For Taiwan, Preparing for the Spotlight, a Lot World, Today

    Taiwan’s athletes have long had to compete abroad as “Chinese Taipei.” But now, as it prepares to host a major sports event, the whole island is getting the label.

  86. Swastikas, Shields and Flags: Branding Hate in Charlottesville Video, Yesterday

    We decode the symbols of hate that white supremacists, Nazis and alt-right groups display at their marches, including the violent gathering in Charlottesville, Va.

  87. Can Artificial Intelligence Fly a Plane? Video, Today

    Microsoft is building an autonomous glider guided by artificial intelligence, part of an effort to help machines make decisions when faced with uncertainty.

  88. Trump and the City Times Insider, Yesterday

    “Since the election, I’ve spent more time in his tower than he has,” says a Metro reporter assigned to cover the president’s intersection with NYC.

  89. A Conversation With Native Americans on Race Opinion, Yesterday

    Native Americans challenge their invisibility in society.

  90. Justice Dept. Demands Data on Visitors to Anti-Trump Website, Sparking Fight U.S., Yesterday

    A web hosting firm is fighting a sweeping search warrant for information about visitors to an anti-Trump website used to organize inauguration protests.

  91. The Little Golf Course That Could Sports, Yesterday

    Sweetens Cove Golf Club, a nine-hole course that plays for $20, is winning acclaim at a time when golf is facing declining participation and stagnant course construction.

  92. When Jack Daniel’s Failed to Honor a Slave, an Author Rewrote History Food, Yesterday

    The whiskey maker backed away from a promise to acknowledge its debt to a black distiller — until Fawn Weaver swooped into town and took up the cause.

  93. Made Nice Is Fast and Casual. But Is It Good? Food, Yesterday

    The chef Daniel Humm tries to bring his meticulous care and artistry to a high-speed operation.

  94. A State-by-State Look at the Impact of Ending Subsidies Interactive, Yesterday

    A newly released report says that the move would cause higher premiums and a larger federal deficit.

  95. 2 Sisters in Charlottesville Sue Far-Right Leaders Over Car Attack U.S., Today

    The lawsuit names 28 defendants, including the man suspected to be the driver and organizers of the white nationalist rally.

  96. Protester Arrested in Toppling of Confederate Statue in Durham U.S., Yesterday

    Officials said they would punish perpetrators after a Confederate statue was toppled during a protest expressing sympathy with victims of the violence in Charlottesville.

  97. Car and Cactus The Learning Network, Today

    Use your imagination to write the opening of a short story inspired by this illustration, and post it in the comments.

  98. Word + Quiz: punitive The Learning Network, Today

    This word has appeared in 318 articles on nytimes.com in the past year.

  99. What’s on TV Wednesday: ‘Baywatch’ and ‘Marlon’ Arts, Today

    Dwayne Johnson leads his team of bodacious lifeguards onto streaming platforms. And Marlon Wayans mines his own life for inspiration as a different kind of TV dad.

  100. Tiger Woods Had 5 Drugs in His System After Arrest, Police Report Says Sports, Today

    Woods had the active ingredient for marijuana, two painkillers and two sleep drugs in his system when he was arrested in May in Florida, according to the report.

  101. Donald Trump, ‘Brexit,’ Madeira: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, Today

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

  102. Liverpool Tops Hoffenheim in First Leg of Champions Playoff Sports, Yesterday

    Liverpool, the five-time European champion, prevailed at Hoffenheim, which was making its debut in European competition.

  103. Corrections: Wednesday, August 16, 2017 Corrections, Yesterday

    Corrections appearing in print on Wednesday, August 16, 2017.

  104. Who’s the Boss(es)? 2 Friends, 1 New Festival, 1 New Ballet Arts, Yesterday

    Isabella Boylston and Gemma Bond discuss making a ballet together for Ms. Boylston’s festival in Idaho.

  105. Yankees Survive Aroldis Chapman’s Troubles and Beat the Mets Again Sports, Yesterday

    The Yankees battered Jacob deGrom for five runs, and Sonny Gray held the Mets to two runs through six innings for his first victory since he was acquired on July 31.

  106. Modern Exercise Option Crosswords & Games, Yesterday

    Come for a ride in Andrew Kingsley’s and John Lieb’s puzzle.

  107. ‘Trade’ Ensures Lucas Duda Can’t Shake That Pesky Instagram Account Sports, Yesterday

    After Duda was traded to the Rays, his old Mets teammates put together another deal: handing over the keys to the Instagram account they used to torment him.

  108. Suicide Bombers Kill at Least 20 People in Northeastern Nigeria World, Yesterday

    The attack, which also wounded dozens of people, struck a camp for internally displaced people and a nearby market.

  109. Oak Tree Falls in Portugal During Ceremony, Killing 13 World, Yesterday

    At least six of the 49 people who were wounded were seriously hurt when the tree topped near the city of Funchal, where a religious celebration was being held.

  110. Michael Moore Takes His Broadway Audience on Buses to Protest Trump Theater, Yesterday

    Mr. Moore has made President Trump the target of his ire in a Broadway show. On Tuesday, he bused his audience to Mr. Trump’s door.

  111. Roger Goodell Tries to Balance ‘Different Viewpoints’ in Anthem Protests Sports, Yesterday

    Goodell, the N.F.L. commissioner, took questions from fans in Arizona and explained “that people do have rights, and we want to respect those.”

  112. Subway Series Shows Two Teams That Are Not That Far Apart Sports, Yesterday

    The Yankees are in the pennant race while the Mets are floundering, but the teams are not as different as they first appear.

  113. For-Profit Charlotte School of Law Closes Business Day, Yesterday

    The school had been hanging on by a thread for months in the face of tumbling enrollment after the American Bar Association’s accreditors put it on probation in November.

  114. Quotation of the Day: New Citizens Hold Heads High, 102 Floors Above New York Today’s Paper, Yesterday

    Quotation of the Day for Wednesday, August 16, 2017.

  115. Wells Fargo Vice Chairwoman to Succeed Departing Chairman Business Day, Yesterday

    Stephen W. Sanger will retire as chairman of the scandal-plagued bank and will be succeeded by Elizabeth A. Duke, a former Federal Reserve Board governor.

  116. Chaos in Central African Republic Imperils Aid Groups’ Work World, Yesterday

    Mayhem is spreading, tens of thousands of people have been displaced, and aid groups warn that “we cannot operate in a country where we are the target.”

  117. Alt-Right, Alt-Left, Antifa: A Glossary of Extremist Language U.S., Yesterday

    Terms like these are part of a far-right political lexicon that has become important to understanding American politics.

  118. This Was the Alt-Right’s Favorite Chat App. Then Came Charlottesville. Technology, Yesterday

    Discord, a chat app for video game players, became a digital home for the alt-right before deciding to ban their chat rooms on Monday.

  119. How Donald Trump Is Driving Up Health Insurance Premiums Opinion, Yesterday

    Insurance rates are projected to rise significantly next year because of uncertainty created by the president.

  120. The Misunderstood History of Trump on Letterman Arts, Yesterday

    In more than 30 appearances, the future president tried out his talking points on a host who was among the first to treat him as a serious political thinker.

  121. Trump Signs Order Rolling Back Environmental Rules on Infrastructure Climate, Yesterday

    The president said he was streamlining regulations in order to speed construction of infrastructure projects like roads and bridges.

  122. 1 in 7 New York City Elementary Students Will Be Homeless, Report Says N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    A new report details the daunting challenges faced by children and schools as homelessness increases in New York City.

  123. Solar Developers and Panel Makers Clash Over Tariff Request Business Day, Yesterday

    Troubled domestic manufacturers say cheap Chinese products have undercut their own, but industry groups are urging a trade panel to reject sanctions.

  124. The Merck C.E.O. Is No Hero Opinion, Yesterday

    The executives who resigned from Trump’s business advisory council did the right thing. But moral leaders? Not quite.

  125. Tree Topples in Central Park, Injuring Mother and 3 Children N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    An American elm fell near West Drive and 62nd Street, pinning the woman before a group of Samaritans pulled her to safety.

  126. London Inferno Inquiry Will Scrutinize How Officials Dealt With Complaints of Fire Risk World, Yesterday

    At least 80 people died in the blaze at Grenfell Tower, and local authorities were accused of having ignored warnings from the tenants.

  127. Tenants Sue Kushner Companies Claiming Rent Rule Violations Business Day, Yesterday

    A group of tenants sued the company, claiming rent overcharges.

  128. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Real Estate, Yesterday

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.

  129. 21 Years After Stabbing, Victim’s Wife Is Charged With Murder N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    New witnesses with incriminating information allowed prosecutors to move forward in a notorious 1996 killing known as the Coffee Bar Case.

  130. A 2nd Cosby Lawyer Asks to Withdraw From Case Before Retrial Arts, Yesterday

    Angela C. Agrusa said she wanted to step down from representing Bill Cosby, whose first trial on sexual assault charges ended in a mistrial in June.

  131. Looking Ahead Toward Prison and Back to a Fateful Night N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    Marc Henry Johnson, a producer of HBO’s “The Deuce,” shared details of a night in 2015 that ended in the fatal overdose of a Long Island doctor.

  132. Broadway’s ‘Groundhog Day’ Will Close Sept. 17 Theater, Yesterday

    Despite some strong reviews, the musical, based on the popular 1993 movie, failed to draw large enough audiences to support its running costs.

  133. New Citizens Hold Their Heads High, 102 Floors Above New York N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    Thirty immigrants were sworn in atop One World Trade Center, in a ceremony that featured a speech by the former U.S. attorney Preet Bharara.

  134. Neil Chayet, Host of ‘Looking at the Law’ on Radio, Dies at 78 Business Day, Yesterday

    Mr. Chayet, a pun-loving Massachusetts lawyer, reached a national audience from his base in Boston.

  135. Washington Square Park Hearing Test N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    An illicit offer answers a question.

  136. Why Benchmark May Want to Cash Out of Uber Business Day, Yesterday

    A sale of Benchmark’s 13 percent stake could restore some stability to Uber and let the venture capital firm make some 200 times its money.

  137. Donald Trump, Charlottesville, North Korea: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing Briefing, Yesterday

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

  138. Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott Appeals N.F.L. Suspension Sports, Yesterday

    Elliott, a Dallas running back who led the league in rushing last season, was suspended for six games after an N.F.L. probe into a domestic-violence allegation.

  139. Revocation of Grants to Help Fight Hate Under New Scrutiny After Charlottesville U.S., Yesterday

    Shortly after taking office, the Trump administration pulled back a $400,000 grant to a Chicago-based group founded to combat right-wing white extremist groups.

  140. How to Respond to White Supremacists Opinion, Yesterday

    Readers discuss President Trump’s late condemnation and urge the opposition to either stay away or avoid confrontation.

  141. Still Processing: Anguish and Anger Over Charlottesville Podcasts, Yesterday

    Wesley Morris and Jenna Wortham discuss the violence in Charlottesville.

  142. For Rajat Gupta, Returning Is a Hard Road Business Day, Yesterday

    After going to prison for a Wall Street scandal, the once-revered executive finds former friends divided about accepting him back into their lives.

  143. North Korea, Iran, Sierra Leone: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, Yesterday

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

  144. ‘This Is Too Much for Us’: Sierra Leone Deluged by Mud and Grief World, Yesterday

    With hundreds dead and hundreds more missing after torrential rains and mudslides, residents of the country’s capital can’t find room for all the dead.

  145. Dr. Ruth Pfau, Savior of Lepers in Pakistan, Dies at 87 World, Yesterday

    A German-born medical missionary who discovered her life’s calling by chance was hailed as “the Mother Teresa of Pakistan.”

  146. What We’re Reading Times Insider, Yesterday

    Great reads around the web, from Steven Erlanger, Michael Roston and others.

  147. The New Punk Look: Lacy and Colorful T Magazine, Yesterday

    Traditional leather is replaced by vibrant hues and very visible underpinnings.

  148. Obamacare’s Bare County Problem Looks Mostly Solved, for Now The Upshot, Yesterday

    With an announcement in Nevada, a market that the president said was set to “implode” shows yet more signs of health.

  149. Yayoi Kusama to Open Her Own Museum in Tokyo Arts, Yesterday

    Ms. Kusama, the artist celebrated for her patterned pumpkins and “mirrored infinity rooms,” will present exhibitions in a five-story museum, starting on Oct. 1.

  150. A Conversation With Native Americans on Race Video, Yesterday

    Native Americans challenge their invisibility in society.

  151. How to Plan a Last-Minute Eclipse Trip Travel, Yesterday

    How to go, where to stay and what to do if you just now decided you wanted to see the total solar eclipse.

  152. When C.E.O.s Stand Up to Trump, or Don’t Opinion, Yesterday

    Readers discuss the executives who quit a presidential panel because of President Trump’s initial tepid response to white supremacists.

  153. Amazing Photographs From Mario Testino’s Personal Collection T Magazine, Yesterday

    The photographer is selling work from a few of his favorite artists, including Marilyn Minter and Martin Parr.

  154. “Shake It Up” Slideshow, Yesterday

    Photographs from the Mario Testino Collection are up for auction to benefit Museo Mate in Lima, Peru.

  155. Britain Offers Plan to Avoid Immediate Brexit Trade Chaos World, Yesterday

    The plan, dismissed by an E.U. official as “fantasy,” would keep the country in a customs union with Europe for two years after Brexit.

  156. Harriet Beecher Stowe House Is for Sale Online Arts, Yesterday

    The Litchfield, Conn., home where Stowe grew up has been listed on eBay for $400,000.

  157. Uber Agrees to Privacy Audits in Settlement With F.T.C. Technology, Yesterday

    The ride-sharing giant agreed to strong privacy scrutiny after a federal investigation into its data protections.

  158. U.S.C. Expands in a ‘Neglected’ Neighborhood, Promising Jobs and More Real Estate, Yesterday

    The University of Southern California’s campus extension in South Los Angeles brings together one of the state’s poorest areas and one of its wealthiest universities.

  159. Costco Owes Tiffany More Than $19 Million, Judge Rules Business Day, Yesterday

    A Federal District Court judge in New York has ordered the discount warehouse giant to pay Tiffany for using the jeweler’s name to market diamond rings.

  160. Read the C.B.O.’s Report Interactive, Yesterday

    The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office on Tuesday released its findings on the effects of eliminating payments for cost-sharing reductions under the Affordable Care Act.

  161. Tom Ford, Where the Rich and Famous Go to Look Rich and Famous Fashion & Style, Yesterday

    Other retailers experiment, but this designer has found a style that works for him: unapologetically expensive.

  162. Holocaust Memorial in Boston Is Vandalized for Second Time This Summer U.S., Yesterday

    The Boston police commissioner said that the behavior was “senseless and shameful,” especially after the turmoil in Charlottesville, Va.

  163. ‘New People’ Riffs on Race and Love, With a Twist Books, Yesterday

    Danzy Senna’s new novel follows a woman’s love triangle (of sorts) with two men.

  164. A Big Bill After Visiting the E.R.? Opinion, Yesterday

    A former health care administrator comments on for-profit health care companies.

  165. A Home So Uncluttered That It Almost Looks Empty T Magazine, Yesterday

    Inside the jewelry designer Raphaël Van Gend’s six-story 1920s townhouse in Brussels, after its gut renovation.

  166. Tillerson Condemns the Islamic State for Religious Persecution U.S., Yesterday

    The Trump administration condemned threats to Christians in the Middle East but made no mention of a spike in violence against Muslims in the United States.

  167. Sola Pasta Bar, From a Michelin-Starred Chef, Opens in SoHo Food, Yesterday

    Major Food Group plans a new branch of Parm and a tiki bar, Eiji Ichimura’s next moves, closings and other restaurant news.

  168. Jamie Foxx, Alicia Keys and Justin Timberlake Perform at Apollo Theater Party Fashion & Style, Yesterday

    Jennifer Lopez, Chris Rock and Rashida Jones were at the annual Apollo in the Hamptons benefit, but it was news from Virginia that dominated.

  169. Home and Work: Maison Van Gend Slideshow, Yesterday

    The jewelry designer Raphaël Van Gend says, “To me, an absence of things is peaceful.” You can tell by the way he decorated his Brussels home.

  170. Broadway Revival of ‘Children of a Lesser God’ to Open in April Theater, Yesterday

    The play will star Joshua Jackson and Lauren Ridloff, who played the lead roles this summer in a Berkshire Theater Group staging.

  171. Three TV Shows to Watch This Week Watching, Yesterday

    Are you in the mood for a juicy drama or something silly and raunchy? If so, Margaret Lyons has some recommendations for you.

  172. Boys Become Men in the Unsettling ‘The Wound’ Movies, Yesterday

    Sexual hypocrisy fuels a South African film about teenagers undergoing a circumcision ritual.

  173. Trailer: ‘The Wound’ Video, Yesterday

    A preview of the film.

  174. Maria Sharapova Granted Wild Card Into U.S. Open Field Sports, Yesterday

    The tournament will be Sharapova’s first Grand Slam appearance since she served a 15-month suspension for doping that ended earlier this year.

  175. Made Nice Slideshow, Yesterday

    Fast food from the chef Daniel Humm and his frequent collaborator, Will Guidara.

  176. Sometimes It’s Hard to Accept That the Kids Are All Right Fashion & Style, Yesterday

    A mother worries that her daughter’s live-in boyfriend, though funny and personable, is manipulative, materialistic and ignoring the biological clock.

  177. Milton Mollen, 97, Dies; Investigated Police Corruption in New York N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    In the 1990s, he led a commission that uncovered a “deep-rooted institutional reluctance to uncover corruption” in the city’s police department.

  178. Casual French Cafe Opens on Upper East Side Food, Yesterday

    Café Bilboquet sells morning pastries, sweets and drinks, and will soon expand its menu.

  179. Police Add Civilians in Bid to Better Analyze Crime Data N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    The New York Police Department is hiring 100 civilians with math and statistics backgrounds to help detect patterns and make sense of compiled data.

  180. Galicia’s Wild Horse Roundup Runs Headlong Into Modernity World, Yesterday

    The age-old practice in which ranchers in northwestern Spain corral the free-roaming animals is now under threat from activists and regulation.

  181. When Russia Owned Part of America U.S., Yesterday

    The sea-otter trade brought adventurers across the Bering Strait to Alaska and beyond, and remnants of their footprints remain.