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  1. Hunter Biden Drops Lawsuit Against Fox News Over Nude Photos Business, July 22

    A judge also threw out a separate lawsuit against the network brought by a specialist in Russian disinformation.

  2. The Push to Develop Generative A.I. Without All the Lawsuits Business, July 19

    Companies like Getty have begun developing A.I. models with their own data, part of a broader push to build artificial intelligence with licensed content.

  3. Así fue el atentado contra Trump, un fotógrafo del Times lo describe En español, July 16

    “Espero tener la toma correcta. Espero que no me disparen a mí”, dijo Doug Mills, quien ha fotografiado presidentes desde 1983.

  4. The Photographs That Made Trump an Incarnation of Defiance Culture, July 14

    In video footage, everything was pandemonium. It was still images that defined the attack and its aftermath.

  5. Una foto parece captar la trayectoria de la bala utilizada contra Trump En español, July 14

    Un ex agente del FBI dijo que la imagen capturada por Doug Mills, fotógrafo de The New York Times, parece mostrar una bala que pasa a toda velocidad junto al expresidente Donald Trump.

  6. Doug Mills, Times Photographer at Trump Rally: ‘I Just Kept Doing My Job’ Insider, July 14

    Doug Mills, a Times photographer, was at the Trump rally in Butler, Pa., on Saturday when shots rang out. He described his experience to Times Insider.

  7. Our Photographer on Capturing the Bullet Streaking Past Trump Video, July 14

    Doug Mills, a veteran photographer for The New York Times, was only a few feet away from former President Donald J. Trump at the rally in Butler, Pa., when the shooting started. Mr. Mills kept his finger on the shutter button, photographing as the...

  8. Photo Appears to Capture Path of Bullet Used in Assassination Attempt Washington, July 14

    Michael Harrigan, a retired F.B.I. special agent, said the image captured by Doug Mills, a New York Times photographer, seems to show a bullet streaking past former President Donald J. Trump.

  9. A Times Photographer Who Was Feet Away From Trump Describes the Shooting Express, July 14

    “I hope I get the right shot. I hope I’m not shot myself,” said Doug Mills, who has been photographing presidents since 1983.

  10. Thomas Hoepker, Who Captured an Indelible 9/11 Image, Dies at 88 Obits, July 13

    His photograph of five young people lounging on the Brooklyn waterfront as smoke engulfed Manhattan mesmerized viewers and stirred controversy.

  11. Shelley Duvall: A Life in Pictures Culture, July 11

    With her gossamer frame and toothy smile, she was one of the biggest film stars of the 1970s.

  12. At This Photography Festival, the Camera Points Below the Surface Culture, July 11

    There’s always more to a photo than what we see, as shown by standout exhibitions at this year’s Rencontres d’Arles in southern France.

  13. Cómo asegurarte de que te gusten las fotos de tu boda En español, July 9

    Primer paso: elige al profesional indicado. Los expertos tienen algunas recomendaciones para ti.

  14. El cirujano En español, July 9

    Tras un ataque ruso que alcanzó un hospital infantil en la zona de Ohmatdyt, en Ucrania, voluntarios ayudaron a quitar los restos del edificio para encontrar sobrevivientes.

  15. The Surgeon Foreign, July 8

    A single image captures a day of horror at a children’s hospital in Ukraine hit by a Russian missile.

  16. Reynaldo Rivera Brings the Underground Into the Gallery Culture, July 5

    This artist’s indispensable archive of queer and Latino life on display at MoMA PS1 leaves us intoxicated by the energy of a world too long under the radar.

  17. A Masterpiece of Fiction Inspires the Urge to Submerge in a Gallery Crawl Weekend, July 4

    In New York’s art show of the summer, paint and prose meet in “The Swimmer,” a psychoanalysis of John Cheever’s suburban nightmare of 1964.

  18. How to Clean Up Your Phone’s Photo Library to Free Up Space Business, July 3

    Deleting duplicates, bad shots and other unwanted files makes it easier to find the good pictures — and gives you room to take more.

  19. Here’s How to Avoid Hating Your Wedding Photos Styles, July 1

    A series of TikTok videos about a bride’s dissatisfaction with her photos spurred online discussions, with pros offering advice on how to hire a photographer.

  20. National Portrait Gallery Buys Dolley Madison Photo for $456,000 Culture, July 1

    The portrait of the first lady, which was likely taken in 1846, will be part of an exhibition for the nation’s semiquincentennial.

  21. Finding Belonging on the Sidelines of Pride Op Ed, June 29

    An alternative photographic history of the Pride march shows that real belonging starts in the crowd, where people find refuge and community.

  22. A Visual History of the Harlem Renaissance Interactive, June 28

    The Harlem Renaissance changed the world. We’ve gathered dozens of images, many that we’ve never published, showing the people and the art that they created.

  23. Choosing Love and Marriage During the Holocaust Styles, June 28

    Natalie Mandelbaum, a coordinator and researcher of Yad Vashem’s online photo exhibit “Weddings During the Holocaust,” describes highlighting 11 Jewish couples who married during that perilous time.

  24. A Project Explores the Artistic Power of Loss Summary, June 6

    Artists spoke to The Times about how grief and loss drive creativity. Photographs accompanying the text allow space for readers to insert their own emotions.

  25. 6 New Paperbacks to Read This Week Interactive, January 12

    Including titles by Janet Malcolm, Patricia Engel, Tracy Kidder and more.

  26. Readers Sent Us Pandemic Photos in 2020. Here’s How Their Lives Look Now. Interactive, December 31

    Family reunions, play dates and holidays never looked so good. But for some, isolation and sadness linger.

  27. The I.C.U. Nurse: A Symbol of Endurance Science, December 26

    Caring for seriously ill patients needing round-the-clock attention during the pandemic has added layers of commitment.

  28. Following Up on America’s Downtowns Insider, October 30

    A team of reporters and photographers profiled 10 city centers across the country, all in varying stages of economic recovery and transformation.