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  1. Barbara Campbell Cooke, 85, Widow of the Slain Sam Cooke, Is Dead Arts, Today

    They were teenage sweethearts, but their marriage turned tragic, and when she married the protégé singer Bobby Womack, the publicity was intense and the boos were loud.

  2. Photos of an Eruption: Canary Island Volcano Sends Thousands Fleeing World, Today

    This is what it looks in La Palma, where the most powerful volcanic eruption in half a century has upended life for islanders.

  3. A low-carbon economy is cheaper than the costs of climate change, a report says. Business, Today

    The European Central Bank put the region’s economy under a microscope to assess the impact of climate change action and inaction.

  4. Today’s R Kelly Trial live blog included three standalone posts:
  5. Vaccines for Young Kids? U.S., Today

    Some parents are hesitant to vaccinate 5-11-year-olds.

  6. 10 Easy, Portable Breakfasts for the Busiest Weeks Food, Today

    Because a large iced coffee isn’t breakfast — no matter how many times you tell yourself it is.

  7. Cómo honrar la memoria de los líderes sociales asesinados en Colombia en Español, Today

    Tememos que Esteban Mosquera no sea el último asesinado en un país sin memoria colectiva de sus heridas. Por eso, el gobierno debe crear un proceso de reparación para los afectados en las protestas.

  8. Even as the Biden administration deports some Haitian migrants, it is letting in others. U.S., Today

    Thousands of migrants who arrived in Del Rio, Texas, are being allowed into the country and must report to immigration officials at a future date, according to an official familiar with the matter.

  9. A Governor’s High School Basketball Dreams Are Blocked. And He Is Crying Foul. U.S., Today

    As his state was battered by Covid-19, Gov. Jim Justice of West Virginia applied to coach a boys’ team in his spare time. When the school board rejected him, he threatened to haul the members before a judge.

  10. Biden Presses Global Partners to Amplify Pandemic Response Video, Today

    President Biden called for a heightened, unified global response to the pandemic as he convened a virtual Covid-19 summit in conjunction with the United Nations General Assembly meeting in New York.

  11. Big Pledges From China and the U.S. Climate, Today

    World leaders meeting at the United Nations this week, and climate is dominating the talks.

  12. When will there be a verdict in the R. Kelly trial? New York, Today

    Closing arguments are set to begin Wednesday afternoon, and it could be at least another day before the jury begins deliberations.

  13. With Balanchine and Confetti, City Ballet Is Back Arts, Today

    New York City Ballet opened its fall season on Tuesday with its first full-scale performance since the pandemic began. It felt like a rainbow.

  14. Here’s What’s Behind Europe’s Surging Energy Prices Business, Today

    Britain and the rest of Europe are watching natural gas prices and utility bills soar, and Russia is coming under pressure to provide more gas.

  15. Soccer Clubs in England Permitted to Add Standing Areas Sports, Today

    A practice banned for decades could return with new safety features.

  16. Today’s Economy Stock Market News live blog included 7 standalone posts:
  17. These Apps Deliver Food and Misery Technology, Today

    We all want ice cream fast, but app delivery services make it too easy for us to ignore their true cost.

  18. In ‘Polylogues,’ Dispatches From Non-Monogamy Theater, Today

    Xandra Nur Clark’s provocatively questing but overlong solo show is a compassionate portal into a topic often treated with prurience.

  19. R. Kelly will not testify in his own defense. New York, Today

    Taking the stand could have been perilous for Mr. Kelly, who lost his composure in a widely viewed interview with Gayle King in 2019.

  20. R. Kelly will not testify in his own defense. New York, Today

    Taking the stand could have been perilous for Mr. Kelly, who lost his composure in a widely viewed interview with Gayle King in 2019.

  21. Biden speaks with Macron for the first time since the U.S.-France diplomatic feud. U.S., Today

    The call came days after President Emmanuel Macron of France recalled his country’s ambassador to the United States.

  22. Today’s Covid Delta Variant Vaccine live blog included five standalone posts:
  23. Summer Memories, Road Trips, Spending Money and More The Learning Network, Today

    Each week we spotlight five accessible activities for a broad range of readers and writers based on reporting in The New York Times.

  24. Accessible Reading and Writing Activities: A New Weekly Roundup for Teachers The Learning Network, Today

    We want to welcome a broader audience of learners to our site. Here is one way we’ll be doing it this school year.

  25. ‘How Long Gone’ Is in It for the Long Haul Style, Today

    The podcast premiered during the pandemic and brought friends — and the friends you wish you had — together.

  26. Volcanic Eruption Destroys Hundreds of Homes on La Palma Video, Today

    Days of flowing lava on the Spanish Canary Island of La Palma has forced thousands of evacuations and prompted warnings of toxic explosions.

  27. Murder Rose by Almost 30% in 2020. It’s Rising at a Slower Rate in 2021. The Upshot, Today

    The increase in U.S. murders this summer does not appear to be as large as the record spike last summer.

  28. Today’s United Nations General Assembly live blog included three standalone posts:
  29. Podesta warns Democrats: Scale back the $3.5 trillion social policy bill or lose Congress. U.S., Today

    His message included a blunt call to progressives to accept a scaled-back price tag, in a bow to the party’s centrists.

  30. Foster Care: ‘We Must Not Fail More Children’ Opinion, Today

    Readers discuss a guest essay urging placement with relatives when possible.

  31. The Magic of Missoni Video, Today

    To embrace a new era, the Italian label finds beauty in irreverence at Milan Fashion Week.

  32. Biden calls on global partners to bolster the world’s Covid response: ‘We need to go big.’ U.S., Today

    President Biden has been under intense pressure from global health experts to do more to address the vaccine shortage.

  33. Give the Stand Mixer a Break Food, Today

    Genevieve Ko has two new recipes for you: a crumbly apple crisp and chewy oatmeal chocolate chip cookies.

  34. The Kitchen Has Evolved. Here’s How One Designer Blends Family and Function Video, Today

    Interior designer Sarah Robertson gives an inside look into how she designs her kitchen space to make room for family, friends and working from home.

  35. The Latest on Kids and Covid Vaccines Interactive, Today

    The Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine has been shown to be safe and highly effective in children ages 5 to 11 years, setting the stage for authorization in this group, possibly before the end of October.

  36. En Argentina se desintegra un matrimonio político en Español, Today

    La vicepresidenta de Argentina, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, ideó el plan para elegir al presidente Alberto Fernández. Ahora se están peleando abiertamente.

  37. In Argentina, a Political Marriage of Convenience Comes Undone World, Today

    Argentina’s vice president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, masterminded the plan to elect President Alberto Fernández. Now they’re openly sparring.

  38. In ‘Nuclear Family,’ a Filmmaker Frames Herself Arts, Today

    In her new three-part documentary for HBO, Ry Russo-Young revisits a notable custody case: her own.

  39. Balanchine, the Teacher: ‘I Pushed Everybody’ Arts, Today

    He used to say he would be remembered more for his teaching than his ballets. The film “In Balanchine’s Classroom” provides a glimpse of that.

  40. Moor Mother’s Musical Galaxy Grows Even Bigger Arts, Today

    Camae Ayewa makes a blend of hip-hop, spoken-word poetry, punk and electro as Moor Mother. In Irreversible Entanglements, she records scalding free jazz. Both have new albums this fall.

  41. The Most Eye-Popping Accessories of London Fashion Week Fashion, Today

    Bohemian charms, spiky stilettos and jewel-encrusted rubber platform sneakers are just some highlights spotted on the runways.

  42. France, Striving for Global Power, Still Struggles to Get It World, Today

    Though often seen as vanity or pique, France’s assertiveness abroad is calibrated to manage a quandary it has faced since World War II: how to act as an independent power while depending on allies.

  43. House Hunting in Greece: A Custom-Built Perch on the Aegean Coast Real Estate, Today

    Government investment programs are helping Greek property prices recover from their nadir following the last decade’s debt crisis.

  44. Sea Views in Every Direction Outside Athens, Greece Slideshow, Today

    This three-bedroom home, built into a mountain on the craggy coastline of Dikastika Bay, outside Athens, Greece, is on the market for $3.37 million.

  45. Today’s Politics News live blog included one standalone post:
  46. Upgrading? Here’s What You Can Do With an Old Mobile Device. Technology, Today

    Before you retire that smartphone or tablet to the bottom of a drawer, there are ways to get more life out of it around the house.

  47. $800,000 Homes in Michigan, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia Real Estate, Today

    A Colonial Revival home in Bloomfield Township, an 1845 farmhouse in Lumberville and a three-bedroom condominium in Washington.

  48. What You Get for $800,000 Slideshow, Today

    A Colonial Revival home in Bloomfield Township, Mich.; an 1845 farmhouse in Lumberville, Pa.; and a three-bedroom condominium in Washington.

  49. Dr. Fauci, Movie Star Movies, Today

    “Fauci,” a new documentary, follows his work in two health crises: AIDS and the coronavirus pandemic. He agreed to participate as long as it didn’t interfere with his work.

  50. What Will It Take for Electric Vehicles to Create Jobs, Not Cut Them? Business, Today

    A report by a liberal think tank tries to quantify the potential employment gains and losses, concluding that subsidies will be crucial.

  51. Even California Has a Mosquito Problem U.S., Today

    It looks as if an invasive species will be a regular summer scourge.

  52. Volkswagen’s truck unit warns that the chip crisis will undercut sales. Business, Today

    Traton, the maker of Scania, MAN and Navistar trucks, said it was also suffering from shortages of many other critical components.

  53. Students Occupied a Derelict Factory. Now It’s a Global Art Space. Arts, Today

    In Berlin, the KW Institute for Contemporary Art’s journey from a ruin to a serious art-world player mirrors the transformation of the city around it.

  54. Biden is set to meet with Democrats as his economic agenda hangs in the balance. U.S., Today

    The president will sit down separately with Democratic leaders and lawmakers from both chambers as he seeks to advance trillions of dollars in spending.

  55. India Opens Its Highest Military Ranks to Women After Lengthy Fight World, Today

    Combat roles will still be restricted, but female soldiers and sailors will have greater access to the academy that leads to choice leadership positions.

  56. Facebook’s Good News Business, Today

    The tech giant has changed its playbook this year to rebut criticism, using its algorithm to promote positive stories about itself.

  57. Trump Sues His Niece and The New York Times Over Leaked Tax Documents New York, Today

    Former President Donald J. Trump filed a lawsuit on Tuesday accusing Mary Trump and three Times reporters of conspiring to publish information about his tax records.

  58. China Says It Won’t Build New Coal Plants Abroad. What Does That Mean? World, Today

    Beijing is the undisputed king of coal, but the announcement at the United Nations General Assembly this week was cautiously welcomed by climate experts.

  59. Jill Biden, la primera dama que no renunció a su carrera en Español, Today

    La primera dama de Estados Unidos recorre el país promoviendo la vacunación, la infraestructura y la unidad, mientras califica las tareas de sus alumnos de inglés

  60. ‘Undine,’ ‘My Zoe’ and More Offbeat Streaming Gems Movies, Today

    From slasher musicals to water nymph dramas, we recommend a number of unusual films to breathe new life into your streaming routine.

  61. A Tiffany Necklace With Fanciful Fringe T Magazine, Today

    The brand’s latest version of the classic design, characterized by hand-twisted gold roping, also features white and autumnal diamonds.

  62. ‘Intrusion’ Review: We’re All Trying to Find the Guy Who Did This Movies, Today

    This domestic thriller from Netflix is painfully dumb and laughably obvious.

  63. Beyond Evergrande’s Troubles, a Slowing Chinese Economy Business, Today

    Investors are watching whether the property developer defaults. But in the background, the world’s No. 2 economy is flashing numerous warning signs.

  64. The Evergrande Troubles Briefing, Today

    Is China’s housing market a huge bubble that’s starting to burst?

  65. El científico iraní y la máquina operada a control remoto que lo mató en menos de un minuto en Español, Today

    El padre del programa nuclear de Irán había eludido los atentados israelíes. Una operación planeada por el Mosad innovó con inteligencia artificial y sin agentes en el lugar del ataque.

  66. What Are the Best Houseplants to Get You Through Winter? Real Estate, Today

    Even the experts have a hard time choosing favorites. But we pressed them for answers.

  67. Submarines and Shifting Allegiances The Daily, Today

    Why the U.S.-British deal to sell military technology to Australia has unleashed claims of backstabbing and betrayal.

  68. The Safety of Order Crosswords & Games, Today

    Finding stability in puzzles during a turbulent time.

  69. Today’s Covid Delta Variant Vaccine live blog included two standalone posts:
  70. Brazil’s health minister tests positive for the coronavirus at the U.N. General Assembly. World, Today

    The minister was accompanying President Jair Bolsonaro, who has refused to be vaccinated.

  71. No Wonder the French Are Angry Opinion, Today

    The new partnership between the United States, Britain and Australia is a diplomatic bombshell.

  72. Top Adviser to Ukrainian President Is Targeted in an Assassination Attempt World, Today

    President Volodymyr Zelensky said he would return to Ukraine from New York immediately. The adviser, Serhiy Shefir, was unharmed, but his driver was shot and wounded in the attack.

  73. They Never Could Work From Home. These Are Their Stories. Business, Today

    A parallel universe of millions of employees did not have the luxury of thinking about returning to the office — they never left. Six workers share their experiences.

  74. West Milford, N.J.: ‘A Real Country Town’ Close to the City Real Estate, Today

    The Passaic County township is within commuting distance of Manhattan, but its lakes and green spaces encourage boating, swimming and hiking.

  75. Living In ... West Milford, N.J. Slideshow, Today

    The Passaic County township is within commuting distance, but its lakes and green spaces offer abundant opportunities to swim, boat, fish and hike.

  76. A Parisian Home That Breaks With Tradition T Magazine, Today

    When an Italian architect was hired by his French agent to collaborate on an unusual triplex, they committed themselves to creating a space unburdened by the past.

  77. A Black Theater Flourished in New York. 200 Years Ago. Theater, Today

    The African Theater, which had its first performance on Sept. 17, 1821, is both an inspiration and a cautionary tale.

  78. The Glory and Chaos of Street Style Returned to New York Style, Today

    A flock of new faces at New York Fashion Week snatched the spotlight from the once familiar flock of influencers.

  79. Pressure Grows on U.S. Companies to Share Covid Vaccine Technology U.S., Today

    Moderna accepted $2.5 billion in taxpayer money to develop its Covid-19 vaccine. But officials in the U.S. and overseas are having trouble persuading the company to license its technology.

  80. A Broken Frame, and DNA Traces, Led to Arrest in van Gogh Theft Arts, Today

    Dutch prosecutors said that DNA evidence tied a man to the thefts of a van Gogh and a Frans Hals painting; he denies the charges.

  81. The Sun Are Ready to End the Storm’s Reign Sports, Today

    Connecticut has the league’s best record, but Seattle has the best track record. But none of that may matter if the Las Vegas Aces hit their stride.

  82. In ‘Star Wars: Visions,’ Lucasfilm and Anime Join Forces, and Go Rogue Arts, Today

    The Disney+ collaboration between Lucasfilm and seven anime studios pays tribute to the Japanese influence on “Star Wars” — and throws out the canon.

  83. Searching for Plato With My 7-Year-Old Magazine, Today

    In Athens with his daughter, Thomas Chatterton Williams could finally pay homage in person to the classical education his own father gave him.

  84. What About the Heroine’s Journey? Books, Today

    The Harvard scholar Maria Tatar has made a career of studying fairy tales and folklore. Now she is taking aim at Joseph Campbell and showing us the women he left out of the story.

  85. Moderna vs. Pfizer: Both Knockouts, but One Seems to Have the Edge Health, Today

    A series of studies found that the Moderna vaccine seemed to be more protective as the months passed than the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. Here’s why.

  86. Barcelona Takes on Airbnb Travel, Today

    A new rule, the only one of its kind in a major European city, forbids short-term private-room rentals, adding fuel to the debate over how to control booming prepandemic tourism.

  87. Michael Gandolfini and the Riddle of Tony Soprano Movies, Today

    In “The Many Saints of Newark,” James Gandolfini’s son takes on his father’s iconic role. But knowing his dad hardly prepared him for the work ahead.

  88. Jeremy Scott Is Planning to Make Movies Style, Today

    The Moschino designer has plans on another art form — and lots of thoughts about fashion shows and vintage clothes.

  89. Ditched the Dye During Covid? Maybe Stay Gray. Style, Today

    Lots of women had to confront their natural hair color when salons were closed or felt unsafe. Now many are sticking with it — and joyfully.

  90. ‘It’s Become Increasingly Hard for Them to Feel Good About Themselves’ Opinion, Today

    A new gender gap in education has profound political and economic consequences. 

  91. How They Failed: California Republicans, Media Critics and Facebook Opinion, Today

    Ezra Klein and Kara Swisher join Jane Coaston to debate recent and ongoing mistakes dominating the news.

  92. How the Pop It! Invaded Your Home Parenting, Today

    Blame a capuchin monkey and pandemic anxiety for the latest toy craze.

  93. Hiring a Wedding Planner? Here Are a Few Questions to Consider. Style, Today

    Six event professionals offer advice on how to find a planner that will be the best fit for your celebration.

  94. Your Workout Burns Fewer Calories Than You Think Well, Today

    Our bodies compensate for at least a quarter of the calories we expend during exercise, undermining our best efforts to lose weight by working out.

  95. What’s Your Sunday Routine? The Learning Network, Today

    How do you like to spend your day off?

  96. 1921: Deadly Chemical Works Explosion in Germany World, Today

    Hundreds of people were killed in Oppau in an explosion at a chemical plant. It ripped the roofs from houses and sent shock waves across neighboring towns.

  97. Newly Published, From the Vanderbilt Family to the Former PepsiCo CEO Books, Today

    A selection of books published this week.

  98. Google’s Big Bet on Manhattan Office Space New York, Today

    A $2.1 billion purchase of a Hudson Square building is a shot in the arm for the ailing New York office market.

  99. A C.D.C. panel on who should get Pfizer boosters hears that much of vaccine protection remains stable. Health, Today

    A discussion on who should count as high-risk could result in most Americans being eligible for an extra shot, or only a select few.

  100. Writing About Your Life With ‘Sunday Routine’ The Learning Network, Today

    In this popular column, newsworthy New Yorkers share how they spend a typical Sunday. What does your weekend routine look like?

  101. ‘I Just Cry All the Time’: Non-Covid Patients Despair Over Delayed Care Health, Today

    In areas inundated with coronavirus patients, hospitals have postponed treatments and surgeries for people with other serious conditions.

  102. ¿Qué pasa si solo yo uso mascarilla? en Español, Today

    Los cubrebocas funcionan mejor cuando todas las personas llevan uno puesto, pero incluso si quienes te rodean no lo usan, tú obtendrás beneficios.

  103. Spelling Bee Forum Crosswords & Games, Today

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

  104. Your Go-To Recipes The Learning Network, Today

    What recipes, if any, do you know by heart?

  105. Late Night (and BTS) Goes to the U.N. General Assembly Arts, Today

    Trevor Noah referred to the U.N. event as “the annual gathering that honestly could just be a Zoom.”

  106. Word of the Day: lexicon The Learning Network, Today

    This word has appeared in 118 articles on NYTimes.com in the past year. Can you use it in a sentence?

  107. Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, Today

    President Biden at the U.N.

  108. Germany’s Far Right Is Nowhere in the Election. But It’s ‘Here to Stay.’ World, Today

    In the next national Parliament, the far-right Alternative for Germany party is likely to remain a pariah force. But it looks assured, too, of a role in shaping the country’s future.

  109. Is Getting Healthy Enough to Make the 49ers Contenders? Sports, Today

    After an improbably injury-riddled 2020, 49ers Coach Kyle Shanahan’s disaster-proof offense is back on track.

  110. San Jose State to Pay $1.6 Million to 13 Students in Sexual Harassment Case Sports, Yesterday

    Investigations by the university and the Justice Department identified 23 student-athletes who had been inappropriately touched by an athletic trainer, officials said.

  111. 简报:习近平联大讲话批评美国;恒大危机凸显中国房地产市场脆弱性 World, Yesterday

    美英澳防务协议或加剧亚洲军备竞赛;特鲁多以微弱优势赢得加拿大大选;塔利班完成临时政府组建……这里是今日要闻。

  112. Put Your Stamp on It Crosswords & Games, Yesterday

    Grant Boroughs makes his New York Crossword Times debut.

  113. Earthquake in Australia Forces Hospitals and Residents to Evacuate World, Yesterday

    The 5.9-magnitude quake damaged buildings in Melbourne, but there were no immediate reports of serious injuries or deaths.

  114. Quotation of the Day: How New York Can Fight Extreme Weather, at a Price Today’s Paper, Yesterday

    Quotation of the Day for Wednesday, September 22, 2021.

  115. Willie Garson, ‘Sex and the City’ Actor, Dies at 57 Arts, Yesterday

    Mr. Garson was also known for his role as the con man Mozzie on “White Collar.”

  116. House Passes Spending Bill and Debt Limit Increase Over G.O.P. Opposition U.S., Yesterday

    The measure now heads to the Senate, setting up a clash with Republicans, who have warned they will block any debt ceiling increase.

  117. Images of Border Patrol’s Treatment of Haitian Migrants Prompt Outrage U.S., Yesterday

    The footage offered a glimpse of the chaos that has been unfolding in Texas and called into question President Biden’s decision to swiftly deport thousands.

  118. What to Read: 4 New Poetry Collections Interactive, Yesterday

    From Black queerness to bilingual poetry, these are our picks for this week.

  119. Corrections: Sept. 22, 2021 Corrections, Yesterday

    Corrections that appeared in print on Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021.

  120. The fate of the $1 trillion infrastructure bill remains unclear as Biden prepares to meet with Democrats. U.S., Yesterday

    Liberal and moderate wings of the House Democratic caucus remain at odds over whether that measure should pass without work finished on the sweeping, $3.5 trillion economic package.

  121. Yesterday’s Politics News live blog included three standalone posts:
  122. The Roots of French Pique Opinion, Yesterday

    France was right to be angry about the submarine deal. But it’ll get over it.

  123. New York’s Superstar Progressive Isn’t A.O.C. Opinion, Yesterday

    Ritchie Torres isn’t a household name. He should be.

  124. At U.N., Biden Calls for Diplomacy, Not Conflict, but Some Are Skeptical World, Yesterday

    The president said he wants global cooperation to meet challenges, but some allies and adversaries say his actions point to confrontation with China and unilateral action, belying his words.

  125. A Family, a Dream and a Season of Fear New York, Yesterday

    Than Than Htwe and her husband moved to America in hopes of better opportunity for their son. They were greeted with violence instead.

  126. The World Is at War With Covid. Covid Is Winning. Opinion, Yesterday

    The world can’t end this pandemic — or prevent the next one — without global vaccine equity.

  127. What’s at Stake in the 2022 Races for Governor U.S., Yesterday

    The attention may be on House and Senate campaigns, but these races — some of which will be true tossups — may be just as important.

  128. China’s Leaders Are Having Fun With Us. Who Can Blame Them? Opinion, Yesterday

    We need a better strategy to counter China than submarines. Biden should get back into the TPP trade deal.

  129. ‘Stairway to Heaven,’ or Dangerous Nuisance? A Hawaiian Landmark Is Set to Be Scrapped. U.S., Yesterday

    Honolulu officials said that maintaining the Haiku Stairs, an illegal hiking trail of 3,922 steps that crosses a mountain range, is too much of a liability.

  130. The House passes a bill to provide care for U.S. officials suffering from ‘Havana syndrome.’ U.S., Yesterday

    The bill, which was approved by the Senate in June, now heads to President Biden’s desk.

  131. United Nations, Haiti, Google: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing Briefing, Yesterday

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

  132. Lawsuits Filed Against Texas Doctor Could Be Best Tests of Abortion Law U.S., Yesterday

    Legal experts said two lawsuits filed this week might test the constitutionality of the Texas law more than federal challenges by abortion providers and the Justice Department.

  133. Duterte accuses rich countries of hoarding Covid vaccines while the poor ‘wait for trickles.’ World, Yesterday

    “There is a man-made drought of vaccines ravaging poor countries,” the Philippines leader told the U.N. General Assembly in prerecorded remarks.

  134. China Pledges to Stop Building Coal-Burning Power Plants Abroad Climate, Yesterday

    It marks a major shift for one of the biggest backers of coal-fired plants globally. Still, China remains heavily reliant on new coal plants at home, and is the world’s top emitter of greenhouse gases.

  135. Sarah Dash, the ‘Glue’ of the Vocal Trio Labelle, Is Dead at 76 Arts, Yesterday

    She brought her church-rooted soprano and high harmonies to the rock and funk powerhouse best known for the No. 1 hit “Lady Marmalade.”

  136. Candles That Are More Like Ephemeral Sculptures T Magazine, Yesterday

    A new crop of options stress form, color and process, and are sure to brighten up your space in more ways than one.

  137. Weird Candles Video, Yesterday

  138. In ‘Sanctuary City,’ Slamming the Door on the Dream Theater, Yesterday

    For the undocumented immigrant teenagers in Martyna Majok’s unsparing, unsentimental new play, home is a heartbreaking lesson in betrayal.

  139. John Nkengasong, of the Africa C.D.C., Will Lead PEPFAR Health, Yesterday

    Dr. Nkengasong will be the first person of African origin to oversee the U.S. government program combating H.I.V., which has ravaged the continent.

  140. Gabby Petito’s Death Ruled a Homicide, F.B.I. Confirms U.S., Yesterday

    The search continues for Brian Laundrie, Ms. Petito’s fiancé, who has been named a person of interest in the case.

  141. Yesterday’s Business Stock Market News live blog included three standalone posts:
  142. Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today U.S., Yesterday

    J. & J. boosters.

  143. Have you persuaded someone to be vaccinated? New York, Yesterday

    Tell us how you did it.

  144. No More Apologies: Inside Facebook’s Push to Defend Its Image Technology, Yesterday

    Mark Zuckerberg, the chief executive, has signed off on an effort to show users pro-Facebook stories and to distance himself from scandals.

  145. A Botched Drone Strike in Kabul Started With the Wrong Car U.S., Yesterday

    An errant strike that killed 10 civilians has called into question the reliability of the intelligence that will be used to conduct future U.S. operations in Afghanistan.

  146. California’s Wildfires Had an Invisible Impact: High Carbon Dioxide Emissions Climate, Yesterday

    From June to August, the blazes emitted far more planet-warming carbon dioxide than in any other summer in nearly two decades, satellite data shows.

  147. Read the Trump campaign’s internal memo Interactive, Yesterday

    Last November, communications staff members on the Trump campaign hastily assembled a memo examining outlandish election claims. The memo found that many of the allegations were baseless.

  148. Yesterday’s Un General Assembly live blog included two standalone posts:
  149. David Alan Grier on Navigating the Art World as a Black Collector Theater, Yesterday

    The Tony-nominated actor and comedian discusses his love for overalls, citrus trees and trying to sell his teenage daughter on Frank Sinatra.

  150. M.L.S. and Liga MX Fill a Hole In Soccer’s Schedule With Themselves Sports, Yesterday

    The Leagues Cup, part of an effort to capitalize on global interest in the game, will likely raise new concerns about soccer players’ exhausting schedules.

  151. American Airlines and JetBlue Face Antitrust Suit Over Alliance Business, Yesterday

    The Justice Department said their partnership amounted to a merger in the New York and Boston markets and reduced competition more widely.

  152. This Is for All the Girls Who Grew Up Thinking Abortion Meant Death or Jail Opinion, Yesterday

    The Mexican Supreme Court’s decision followed years of feminist activism.

  153. Scenes From an Artist’s Long-Delayed Family Reunion in Japan Interactive, Yesterday

    Since her daughter was born, the photographer Rinko Kawauchi tried to visit her parents every two months. This summer, she finally made the trip again.

  154. Clamping Down on ‘Spiritual Opium’ Opinion, Yesterday

    Chinese tech regulation, Elizabeth Holmes’s trial and Facebook’s obfuscation.

  155. Trudeau Wins, but Is Diminished by a Futile Election World, Yesterday

    The prime minister struggled to find a campaign issue that could distinguish his party and expand its power in Parliament.

  156. Live Webinar: Personal Narratives From the Newsroom to the Classroom The Learning Network, Yesterday

    Join us on Oct. 7 as a teacher and a New York Times editor share their perspectives on what makes a great personal narrative.

  157. Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, Yesterday

    Biden tries to reassure allies at the U.N.

  158. Worried About Your Teen on Social Media? Here’s How to Help. Well, Yesterday

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