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Bad Bunny, el reguetón y el renacimiento del español de Puerto Rico
Interactive, Yesterday

Maestros del idioma señalan que gracias a la popularidad de algunos artistas boricuas, cada vez más gente quiere dominar la versión del español —juguetón y jactancioso— que se habla en la isla.

Bad Bunny and Reggaeton Have Sparked a Puerto Rican Spanish Renaissance
Interactive, Yesterday

As Bad Bunny and other Puerto Rican musical artists explode in popularity, language instructors say more people want to learn how to speak the island’s slick, swaggering version of Spanish.

The Best Father’s Day Gift Is a Book
Interactive, Yesterday

It's a keepsake for generations.

The Best Advice for Dads (According to Dads)
Interactive, Yesterday

Trust your instincts, find the fun and don’t forget that nail clipper.

Flashback: Your Weekly History Quiz, June 15, 2024
Interactive, Yesterday

Can you sort 8 historical events?

The Best of Late Night This Week
Interactive, Yesterday

There was a wealth of news to discuss this week, including former President Trump’s next steps after being convicted of 34 felonies and Hunter Biden’s guilty verdict on gun charges. Here’s what the hosts had to say.

How Tesla Shareholders Upheld Elon Musk’s Sky-High Pay
Interactive, Yesterday

The vote on the compensation package, which helped make Mr. Musk one of the richest men in the world, served as a referendum on his performance running the automaker.

5 Things to Do This Weekend
Interactive, Yesterday

A selection of entertainment highlights this weekend, including the Pixar sequel “Inside Out 2.”

6 New Paperbacks to Read This Week
Interactive, Yesterday

Recommended reading from the Book Review, including titles by Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Elliot Page, Binyavanga Wainaina and more.

The New York Times News Quiz, June 14, 2024
Interactive, Yesterday

Did you follow the news this week? Take our quiz to see how well you stack up with other Times readers.

Read the Court’s Decision to Uphold Access to Abortion Pill
Interactive, June 13

The Supreme Court upheld access to a widely available abortion pill, rejecting a bid from a group of anti-abortion organizations and doctors to unravel the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of the pill.

36 Hours in Ljubljana, Slovenia
Interactive, June 13

Stroll along the river, explore a contemporary art scene and admire panoramic views in this scenic Central European capital.

They Wanted a Small House on a Quiet Brooklyn Street. Would Their Budget Cover It?
Interactive, June 13

Seeking enough space for a music studio, a guest room and some outdoor space, a New York City couple searched south of Prospect Park for a house that fit their needs.

For Lincoln Center’s West Side, A New Story
Interactive, June 13

The formidable arts institution has hired a design team to reconsider its relationship with its neighborhood.

171,000 Traveled for Abortions Last Year. See Where They Went.
Interactive, June 13

Out-of-state trips for abortions more than doubled in 2023, demonstrating the upheaval in access since the overturn of Roe v. Wade.

What’s in Our Queue? ‘Stick Season (Forever)’ and More
Interactive, June 12

I lead a global breaking news team with hubs on three continents. Here are some things I am enjoying.

¿Qué tipo de amigo eres?
Interactive, June 12

Mariposa social, árbol siempre verde, flor invisible. Descúbrelo con este test.

Connections Quiz: Can you connect the art to the puzzle?
Interactive, June 12

Every day, Calum Heath publishes a unique illustration inspired by that day’s Connections puzzle. Can you match the words to the art?

At Home With - Brian d’Arcy James
Interactive, June 12

Where the Tony nominee takes refuge: a “sweet little house” on five bosky acres in Connecticut.

Can You Find The 14 Book Titles Hidden in This Block of Text?
Interactive, June 10

Try your hand at uncovering a reading list of thrillers in this Title Search puzzle.

Read a Judge’s Letter of Recommendation for Elias Irizarry
Interactive, June 10

A letter of recommendation from Judge Tanya S. Chutkan to the Citadel for Elias Irizarry.

Butterfly or Firefly: What’s Your Friendship Style?
Interactive, June 9

We each connect with our social networks in our own way, though there are some universal threads. Take this quiz to find your friendship style, and sign up for Well’s 5-Day Friendship Challenge.

European Union 2024 Parliament Election Results
Interactive, June 9

See totals and national results from the 2024 E.U. parliament elections.

Where New Tent Cities Are Rising in Central Gaza
Interactive, June 9

Satellite imagery shows a dense community of tents going up in central Gaza, where Palestinians are once again seeking shelter from the fighting.

The Best Beach and Surf Gear
Interactive, June 7

How to maximize your day at the beach.

If Trump Wins
Interactive, June 7

Donald Trump and his closest allies are planning a radical reshaping of American government. Here are some of the policy stakes if he regains power in 2025.

Flashback: Your Weekly History Quiz, June 8, 2024
Interactive, June 7

Can you sort 8 historical events?

The Best of Late Night This Week
Interactive, June 7

Most hosts were off after Memorial Day, which meant this week was their first chance to discuss former President Trump’s guilty verdict. Here’s what they had to say.

Read Justice Clarence Thomas’s Financial Disclosures for 2023
Interactive, June 7

The Supreme Court justice also included an amendment for his 2019 filing.

Where India Turned Against Modi
Interactive, June 7

Maps show how Modi lost support throughout the country, including in areas that had embraced his party’s Hindu-nationalist ideology.

5 Things to Do This Weekend
Interactive, June 7

A selection of entertainment highlights this weekend, including “Hit Man,” which is coming to Netflix today.

The New York Times News Quiz, Jun. 7, 2024
Interactive, June 7

Did you follow the news this week? Take our quiz to see how well you stack up with other Times readers.

6 New Paperbacks to Read This Week
Interactive, June 7

Including titles by John Vaillant, Ayana Mathis, Katie Williams and more.

A French Expat Tries Buying in Dubai. What Could She Find for Under $1 Million?
Interactive, June 6

After six years in the United Arab Emirates’ most populous city, a public-relations pro decided to put down roots and invest long-term. Here’s what she found.

36 Hours in Brooklyn
Interactive, June 6

Summer in Brooklyn rewards spontaneity, so this packed guide requires no restaurant reservations or advance planning.

Results: Times/Siena Recontact Study of Previous Poll Respondents
Interactive, June 5

Results of a recontact study in June re-interviewing 1,897 registered voters who had taken a Times/Siena poll in April or May, before the verdict in Donald J. Trump’s trial in New York.

What’s in Our Queue? Tems and More
Interactive, June 5

I’m the West Africa bureau chief, covering 25 countries. Here are five things I’ve been enjoying lately.

New Jersey Primary Election Results
Interactive, June 5

Get live results and maps from the 2024 New Jersey primary elections.

Bringing a New York Street Scene to Life in ‘Robot Dreams’
Interactive, June 4

The director Pablo Berger dissects a frame from his Oscar-nominated animated film about the friendship between a dog and a robot.

As Solar Power Surges, U.S. Wind Is in Trouble
Interactive, June 4

A 2022 climate law was expected to set off a boom in renewable energy. So far, that’s only come partly true.

Can You Trademark a Potato? Take Our Food-Branding Quiz.
Interactive, June 4

Whether a food brand gets special protection hinges on complicated (and not always consistent) legal calculations. How good are you at spotting a real trademark?

‘Antihero’ or ‘Felon’: 11 Undecided Voters Struggle With How to See Trump Post-Verdict
Interactive, June 4

The group discusses the trial, the verdict and its possible influence on the 2024 election.

2024 India General Election: Live Results
Interactive, June 4

See results and maps from India’s 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

What Ukraine Has Lost
Interactive, June 3

We measured every town, street and building blown apart in Ukraine to show the first comprehensive picture of where people can’t return home.

Transcript of Trump Manhattan Trial, May 30, 2024
Interactive, June 3

New York State’s court released transcripts from each day of the Manhattan criminal trial of former President Donald J. Trump, who was convicted on 34 counts of falsifying business records to cover up a sex scandal that threatened to derail his 20...

How Many Literary A.I. Characters and Plots Do You Know?
Interactive, June 3

Some science fiction authors have been using the concept of artificial intelligence in their books for decades. Try this short quiz to see how many works you remember.

Why the Pandemic Probably Started in a Lab, in 5 Key Points
Interactive, June 3

The world must not continue to bear the intolerable risks of research with the potential to cause pandemics.

Mexico Election Results: Sheinbaum Wins
Interactive, June 2

See results and maps for Mexico’s 2024 presidential election.

Flashback: Your Weekly History Quiz, June 1, 2024
Interactive, May 31

Can you sort 8 historical events?

The Best Gifts for Teachers
Interactive, May 31

According to teachers.

What My Dog Taught Me About Mortality
Interactive, May 31

Walnut rescued me from death more than once—but not in the way you might think.

The Big Number: $6 Billion
Interactive, May 31

Elon Musk’s artificial intelligence company, xAI, announced last Sunday that it had raised $6 billion, which would go toward developing new products and research and development efforts.

Big Ticket: N.Y.’s Top Sales and Listings in May
Interactive, May 31

May's top listings included Drew Barrymore's estate in the Hamptons.

The New York Times News Quiz, May 31, 2024
Interactive, May 31

Did you follow the news this week? Take our quiz to see how well you stack up with other Times readers.

6 New Paperbacks to Read This Week
Interactive, May 31

Selected paperbacks from the Book Review, including titles by Colson Whitehead, Lorrie Moore, Jennifer Ackerman and more.

5 Things to Do This Weekend
Interactive, May 31

Selections from the Weekend section, including a review of Viggo Mortensen’s “The Dead Don't Hurt.”

Transcript of Trump Manhattan Trial, May 29, 2024
Interactive, May 30

Update on May 30: New York State’s court released transcripts from each day of the Manhattan criminal trial of former President Donald J. Trump, who was convicted on 34 counts of falsifying business records to cover up a sex scandal that threatene...

Read the Verdict Sheet in the Trump Manhattan Criminal Trial
Interactive, May 30

Former President Donald J. Trump was convicted on Thursday on all 34 counts of falsifying business records by a jury of 12 New Yorkers, who deliberated over two days.

The Trump Manhattan Criminal Verdict, Count By Count
Interactive, May 30

Former President Donald J. Trump faced 34 felony charges of falsifying business records, related to the reimbursement of hush money paid to the porn star Stormy Daniels in order to cover up a sex scandal around the 2016 presidential election.

Transcript of Trump Manhattan Trial, May 28, 2024
Interactive, May 30

Update on May 30: New York State’s court released transcripts from each day of the Manhattan criminal trial of former President Donald J. Trump, who was convicted on 34 counts of falsifying business records to cover up a sex scandal that threatene...

当美国电影电视里的亚洲人开始说自己的语言
Interactive, May 30

在今天的好莱坞,亚洲和亚裔美国人的叙事不仅比以往任何时候都更加重要,而且这种叙事也在通过巧妙地使用亚洲语言,以越来越动态的方式来进行讲述。

當美國電影電視裡的亞洲人開始說自己的語言
Interactive, May 30

在今天的好萊塢,亞洲和亞裔美國人的敘事不僅比以往任何時候都更加重要,而且這種敘事也在通過巧妙地使用亞洲語言,以越來越動態的方式來進行講述。

A First-Time Buyer at 66, She Tested her $220,000 Budget in Illinois. Which House Did She Buy?
Interactive, May 30

After years of living in employer-provided housing, a retired pastor decided to put down roots in Peoria, Ill. Could she afford the single-story, three-bedroom house she wanted?

36 Hours in Porto, Portugal
Interactive, May 30

Fall in love with the churches, seafood-heavy cuisine and UNESCO-listed streets of Portugal’s second-largest city.

Tracking Biden and Trump on the Campaign Trail
Interactive, May 29

President Biden and former President Donald J. Trump’s rematch is testing their ability to make the traditional appearances on the trail that voters have come to expect.

What’s in Our Queue? ‘Mr. & Mrs. Smith’ and More
Interactive, May 29

I just wrapped up a reporting fellowship at The Times, covering space, physics and the intersection of science and society. Here are five things I’ve been indulging in lately.

Read the Jury Instructions in the Trump Manhattan Criminal Trial
Interactive, May 29

The judge in former President Donald J. Trump’s Manhattan criminal trial, Juan M. Merchan, issued instructions to jurors on Wednesday that serve as a guide to applying the law in deliberations.

Can You Guess the Country? A New Geography Photo Quiz for Students
Interactive, May 29

Test your geography knowledge using photographs from around the world.

Gaza’s Historic Heart, Now in Ruins
Interactive, May 28

The Great Omari Mosque, built on an ancient holy site, is one of the many treasured landmarks damaged in Israel’s military offensive.

Do You Know the Manhattan Locations of These Children’s Books?
Interactive, May 28

This urban island is home to a huge number of popular books for younger readers. Try this short quiz to see how many you recognize.

Access to Aid in Gaza Was Dire. Now, It’s Worse.
Interactive, May 27

The amount of food aid and other basic necessities making it into the enclave has shrunk so much that humanitarian officials say their operations are at risk of shutting down.

Flashback: Your Weekly History Quiz, May 25, 2024
Interactive, May 24

Can you sort 8 historical events?

The Best of Late Night This Week
Interactive, May 24

The hosts spent much of the week riffing on the news that flags associated with the Jan. 6 insurrection were flown at two of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito’s homes. Here’s what they had to say.

The Big Number: $48.75
Interactive, May 24

A series of cryptic social media posts was all it took to push up the stock price of the otherwise struggling video game retailer GameStop.

How to Clean Your Grill
Interactive, May 24

Don't leave those burnt pieces from last year.

Trump’s Pattern of Sowing Election Doubt Intensifies in 2024
Interactive, May 24

A false, familiar claim by the former president — that the contest in which he’s participating is “rigged” — has reached a fever pitch in this cycle.

5 Things to Do This Weekend
Interactive, May 24

A selection of entertainment highlights this weekend, including “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga."

The New York Times News Quiz, May 24, 2024
Interactive, May 24

Did you follow the news this week? Take our quiz to see how well you stack up with other Times readers.

This Is the Democrats’ Best Shot in 2024. And They Are Spending Like Crazy on It.
Interactive, May 24

Democrats have continued to leverage abortion rights as a powerful culture-war wedge issue against Republicans, seen in their ad campaigns.

6 New Paperbacks to Read This Week
Interactive, May 24

This week's selection includes titles by Juan Gabriel Vásquez, Emma Donoghue, Elizabeth Acevedo and more.

Sand, Sea and Soul: These Architects Follow Nature
Interactive, May 23

An architectural firm waited years to design for clients who wanted a modern look in the Hamptons — it uses the sky, the ocean and dunes as muses.

From ‘The Sympathizer’ to ‘Past Lives,’ American Audiences Warm to Subtitles
Interactive, May 23

In Hollywood today, not only are Asian and Asian American narratives more prominent than ever, but they are also being told in increasingly dynamic ways through the artful use of Asian languages.

Read the lawsuit against Live Nation
Interactive, May 23

The Justice Department called for the company, which owns Ticketmaster, to be broken up.

She Realized Her American Dream With a Hamptons House. Which One Did She Buy?
Interactive, May 23

The French-born, California-based owner of a fashion brand wanted a house that could accommodate visits from her three sons and also serve as a rental property.

36 Hours in Traverse City, Mich.
Interactive, May 23

A new creative energy is invigorating this laid-back northern Michigan city, loved for its cherry festival, unspoiled lake vistas and access to epic dunes.

So You Think You’re a Jet-Setter? Test Your Airport I.Q.
Interactive, May 23

With up to 18 million people set to line up at airport security checkpoints this Memorial Day weekend, you may need a moment of respite. Why not step off the moving walkway, snag a comfy seat and take this quiz?

Transcript of Trump Manhattan Trial, May 21, 2024
Interactive, May 23

Update on May 30: New York State’s court released transcripts from each day of the Manhattan criminal trial of former President Donald J. Trump, who was convicted on 34 counts of falsifying business records to cover up a sex scandal that threatene...

Read the Federal Judge’s Ruling
Interactive, May 22

A federal judge temporarily blocked part of a Florida law that criminalized transporting into the state anyone who lacked lawful immigration status, raising new legal questions for other states pursuing similar measures.

What’s in Our Queue? Kacey Musgraves and More
Interactive, May 22

I’ve been a reporter at the Paris bureau of The New York Times for nearly a decade. Here are five things that I’ve been enjoying recently.

Transcript of Trump Manhattan Trial, May 20, 2024
Interactive, May 22

Update on May 30: New York State’s court released transcripts from each day of the Manhattan criminal trial of former President Donald J. Trump, who was convicted on 34 counts of falsifying business records to cover up a sex scandal that threatene...

First Aid Basics Everyone Should Know
Interactive, May 22

This expert advice will help you attend to common injuries like cuts, burns and sprains — and know when to head to the doctor.

Read Trump Lawyers’ Filing on Mar-a-Lago Raid and Attorney-Client Privilege in Documents Case
Interactive, May 21

Motion filed by lawyers of Donald J. Trump in the documents case

A Mural That Honors Black Performers at Rest
Interactive, May 21

In Los Angeles, Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi has taken over the Hammer Museum’s lobby with paintings of larger-than-life gymnasts who refuse to pose.

Read the letter
Interactive, May 21

A letter sent by lawmakers who are members of the United States Helsinki Commission, a federal agency that promotes human rights issues globally, regarding Dan Gertler.

Fulton County District Attorney Primary Election Results
Interactive, May 21

Get live results from the 2024 Georgia primary election.

How a Haitian Gang Is Trying to Turn Itself Into a Militia
Interactive, May 21

Haiti's gangs have always been deadly. But now at least one group is portraying itself as a paramilitary force, with more weapons, equipment and uniforms than ever before.

Do You Know the Literary Influences of These Animated Films?
Interactive, May 20

Several 21st-century movies were inspired by popular literature that is much older. Try this short quiz to see how many books and films you recognize.

See How Easily A.I. Chatbots Can Be Taught to Spew Disinformation
Interactive, May 20

Ahead of the election this year, the results suggested how easy it could be to create divisive content online, on either side of the political spectrum.

Transcript of Trump Manhattan Trial, May 16, 2024
Interactive, May 18

Update on May 30: New York State’s court released transcripts from each day of the Manhattan criminal trial of former President Donald J. Trump, who was convicted on 34 counts of falsifying business records to cover up a sex scandal that threatene...

How Big Is Taylor Swift?
Interactive, May 17

As big as the Beatles? Michael Jackson? Beyoncé? We crunched the numbers.

Flashback: Your Weekly History Quiz, May 18, 2024
Interactive, May 17

Can you sort 8 historical events?

The Big Number: $1,280
Interactive, May 17

Insurers are raising prices for insurance premiums steeply. Here's why, and why it matters for the economy.

The Best of Late Night This Week
Interactive, May 17

Michael Cohen’s testimony in former President Donald Trump’s criminal hush-money trial gave the hosts plenty of fodder this week. Here’s what they had to say.

5 Things to Do This Weekend
Interactive, May 17

A selection of entertainment highlights this weekend, including Pamela Adlon’s film “Babes.”

The New York Times News Quiz, May 17, 2024
Interactive, May 17

Did you follow the news this week? Take our quiz to see how well you stack up with other Times readers.

Read the Texas Governor’s Pardon
Interactive, May 16

Gov. Greg Abbott pardoned a man who was convicted of fatally shooting a protester during a Black Lives Matter demonstration in the summer of 2020, fulfilling a promise he made last year amid pressure from conservatives.

Transcript of Trump Manhattan Trial, May 14, 2024
Interactive, May 16

Update on May 30: New York State’s court released transcripts from each day of the Manhattan criminal trial of former President Donald J. Trump, who was convicted on 34 counts of falsifying business records to cover up a sex scandal that threatene...

A New Yorker Took Her $400,000 Budget Up to the Hudson Valley. Here’s What She Found.
Interactive, May 16

After renting for years in Brooklyn and Harlem, Rachel Watts decided to swap shared city apartments for a house of her own in the Beacon area. But how much house could she afford?

36 Hours on Minorca
Interactive, May 16

This slow-paced Spanish island offers a quieter and wilder retreat than its more touristy neighbors.

One Area Where Biden Is Leading Trump: His Number of Donors
Interactive, May 16

President Biden recently overtook former President Donald J. Trump in the total number of donors who have given to his campaign, which is often seen as a proxy for voter engagement.

How the Pandemic Reshaped American Gun Violence
Interactive, May 14

The footprint of gun violence in the U.S. has expanded, as shootings worsened in already suffering neighborhoods and killings spread to new places during the pandemic years.

The One Thing Voters Remember About Trump
Interactive, May 11

We asked voters for the one thing they remembered most about the Trump era. Few of them cited major events like the pandemic and Jan. 6.