In a time of mega-leaks, journalists’ sources have become power players. Frances Haugen, the former Facebook product manager who shared company documents, led a meticulous media rollout.
Douglas Carter Beane’s winky fantasia finds Pinocchio, Puck and other unlikely characters meeting cute in a storybook setting.
King Henry’s court helped Tennessee take down Kansas City, Chicago’s aimlessness was on display again, and middling quarterback plans caught up to Denver and Washington.
“If Henry is watching down, he will enjoy this World Series because of Dusty, above all,” Bud Selig said of Dusty Baker, who bonded with Aaron in their time together in Atlanta.
A knot of problems with Amazon’s system for handling paid and unpaid leaves has led to devastating consequences for workers.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she hoped to pass an infrastructure bill and have a deal in hand on the social policy bill by the end of the week.
Heavy rains caused flooding and landslides in parts of the Bay Area and parts of Northern California on Sunday as a “bomb cyclone” and an “atmospheric river” pummeled the region.
Are these teams watchable yet? Depends on your perspective.
Damon Gulczynski’s puzzle is a piece of cake.
Facebook spreads misinformation in India.
Mr. Sheeran said he would cancel upcoming public appearances while he is “self-isolating and following government guidelines.”
Initially known for his tight and soulful playing with the celebrated post-punk band Bush Tetras, he later became an entrepreneur of avant-garde music.
The New York City Center festival presented exceptional works by Alexei Ratmansky and Ayodele Casel, including a captivating premiere.
A 5-0 loss thrashing by Liverpool showed that problems with Manchester United extend well beyond Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the team’s manager.
Why is the president so reticent to say unequivocally that we must protect voting rights at all costs, even at the expense of the filibuster?
Jacksonville is one of dozens of American cities that have struggled to pick up trash, yard waste and recycling amid a pandemic labor shortage.
It’s wonderful to be alive during this time. But it’s worth remembering what it was like before, how it still is in much of the world.
The state’s unique health system controls what hospitals can charge for services.
Two storms converged in the Bay Area on Sunday, bringing floods, high winds and some much-needed rain to a drought-stricken state.
An advisory panel to the F.D.A. will consider Pfizer’s application for those ages 5-to-11 on Tuesday.
He created an annual award to honor the player picked last in the college draft, because, he said, “they do their work and should be noticed.”
Over the past three decades, more than 50,000 students have trained for and completed the Los Angeles Marathon.
Agnes Jebet Tirop, 25, a rising running star, was stabbed to death in her home this month. Her husband has been arrested.
His majestic baritone was the key to hits like “Only in America,” “Come a Little Bit Closer” and his signature song, “Cara, Mia.”
Women who write plays; Covid and the theater; attacks on health workers; why books are delayed.
Why chatting with your barista could help save America.
A symbol of slavery to some, of religious liberty to others.
Infections have increased by 57 percent in the past two weeks, while deaths on average in the same period have increased by 11 percent.
Pile Gabrielle Hamilton’s home-fried oysters with tartar sauce onto a split baguette.
By enabling resistance to lawful taxation, Republicans are undermining democracy.
The big barrier to higher rates in both countries is stiff resistance among specific groups.
Secretos, traiciones, alianzas y miles de millones de dólares en juego. Ponte al día con lo que pasó en la temporada 2 de la serie antes de ver los capítulos más recientes.
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.
Look closely at this image, stripped of its caption, and join the moderated conversation about what you and other students see.
The Fed unveiling sweeping changes to its ethics practices. The government approved more coronavirus vaccine booster shots and is set to decide on vaccines for children 5 to 11.
Mi novia era menor que yo, tenía una gran fortuna en India y su familia al otro lado del mundo no parecía saber que ella era gay. Lo nuestro era prohibido y estaba destinado a terminar.
Inside the curious case of Dawn Dorland v. Sonya Larson.
Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.
Una princesa que pronto se casará representa la tercera generación que sufre un intenso malestar emocional en un país que suele relegar a las mujeres a roles rígidos.
The hunt for an elusive Somali militant illustrates why Al Shabab, despite a decade of American covert action, are at their strongest in years.
Civic boosters in central Montana hoped for some federal money to promote tourism. A disinformation campaign got in the way.
Some residents want the monument removed. In the meantime, Franklin, Tenn., erected a statue of a U.S. Colored Troops soldier, broadening the way the community memorializes the Civil War.
The civil trial that starts Monday will examine whether the far-right organizers had plotted to foment violence. They have countered that bloodshed stemmed from self-defense.
A princess who will soon marry represents the third generation to suffer intense emotional distress in a country that often consigns women to rigid roles.
Conversations with three figures integral to the conception of the expo.
The willingness of some workers to give up their livelihoods helps explain the country’s struggle to contain the pandemic.
Invasive hacking software sold to countries to fight terrorism is easily abused. Researchers say my phone was hacked twice, probably by Saudi Arabia.
The country’s culture minister cites new evidence, including the account of a reformed looter, to assert that numerous artifacts at the Metropolitan Museum of Art were stolen from ancient sites.
A team of private security sleuths, in their first public detailing of their efforts, discuss how they used cybercriminals’ mistakes to quietly help victims recover their data.
¿Recuerdas esas torres de cajones ruidosos llenas de carpetas? Hubo una época en la que eran vitales en la oficina y en nuestra vida personal. Ahora que nuestra existencia es más digital, los extrañaré.
In “The Radical Potter,” Tristram Hunt writes about the life and times of Josiah Wedgwood, the man behind the brand once synonymous with fine china.
The arrest of the leader of a small religious group reveals that Russian repression reaches even to the depths of the Siberian forest.
A snack on a downtown bus, a solo trip to Manhattan and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
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Sudeikis, the “Ted Lasso” star and “S.N.L.” alum, revisited some of the characters and sketch formats he popularized as a cast member on the show.
The chance to swim with the world’s biggest fish drew tourists to a Philippines town, but conservation groups denounce the hand-feeding that keeps the gentle creatures around.
A blowout loss to Mississippi showed a stark difference for a program that had won a national championship two seasons ago.
Unions and other organizations have dissolved after facing pressure under a new security law. The Hong Kong Journalists Association is hoping it can avoid that fate.
In third place on Aug. 13, Atlanta rode a surprising group of trade deadline acquisitions to a pennant, outlasting the 106-win Dodgers. Next up: the Houston Astros.
Quotation of the Day for Sunday, October 24, 2021.
Corrections that appeared in print on Sunday, Oct. 24, 2021.
The arrest of Dairo Antonio Úsuga, widely known as Otoniel, was a victory for Colombia’s president, who has been struggling to contain persistent violence.