1. It Was His Day Off. Then the Space Station Went for a Spin. Science, Yesterday

    Zebulon Scoville and others at NASA’s mission control in Houston spent Thursday righting the International Space Station after a new Russian module unexpectedly fired its thrusters.

  2. Russia Scoffs at Olympic Ban: ‘Let Them Listen to Classical Music’ Foreign, August 1

    Sports fans and officials in the country have no trouble seeing through the thin fiction of a doping-related ban on their national symbols at the Tokyo Olympics.

  3. Russia’s New Form of Organized Crime Is Menacing the World Editorial, July 31

    Old crime, new technology. There's an answer to the plague of ransomware.

  4. Ryan Murphy casts doubt on whether a Russian swimmer beat him cleanly. Sports, July 30

    The American lost the men’s 200-meter backstroke and then, at a news conference, mentioned Russia’s problems with doping.

  5. Lawmakers Push for Release of Former U.S. Marines Imprisoned in Russia Video, July 29

    A group of lawmakers and family members called for the release of Paul N. Whelan and Trevor Reed, both former U.S. Marines who have been sentenced to prison in Russia.

  6. Concerns grow about the plight of a former U.S. Marine imprisoned in Russia Washington, July 29

    A Michigan lawmaker is pushing for a bipartisan effort to secure the release of Paul N. Whelan, who has not contacted his family or the U.S. Embassy since July 4.

  7. After Docking, Russia’s New 23-Ton Module Tilted the Space Station Science, July 29

    The Nauka module met up with the orbiting outpost on Thursday morning, and later unexpectedly fired its thrusters.

  8. Rusia fue vetada de las Olimpiadas, ¿por qué está por todos lados? en Español, July 28

    La sanción por dopaje ha cambiado el nombre oficial del país en la competencia, pero poco más sobre su experiencia olímpica.

  9. Russian Men Win Gymnastics Gold by the Slimmest of Margins Sports, July 26

    They stunned the host, Japan, which appeared poised to win. The U.S. men, who finished fifth, vowed to try more difficult routines in the future.

  10. Russia Is Banned, Yet It’s Everywhere at the Games Sports, July 26

    A doping punishment changes a country’s official name but little else about its Olympic experience.

  11. Russia Signs Deal With Dubai Logistics Company to Navigate Thawing Arctic Foreign, July 23

    DP World, a leading logistics company, agreed on Friday to cooperate with a Russian state company on shipping ventures in the Arctic Ocean.

  12. Vladimir Menshov, Surprise Russian Oscar Winner, Dies at 81 Obits, July 23

    His “Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears” was named best foreign-language film in 1980, beating Truffaut and Kurosawa. U.S. critics demurred.

  13. Russia isn’t at the Games. Yet there it is. Sports, July 23

    Russian athletes competing in the Tokyo Olympics marched in the opening ceremony as R.O.C.

  14. Kaseya, the tech firm hit by ransomware, gets the key to unlock its customers’ data. Business, July 22

    Kaseya said the key was “effective at unlocking victims.” How the company obtained the key was a mystery.

  15. William J. Burns, the C.I.A. director, outlines plans to confront the ‘Havana Syndrome.’ Washington, July 22

    The C.I.A. is stepping up efforts to confront the cause and effects of mysterious sonic incidents that have injured U.S. officials.

  16. Los recientes ciberataques muestran el futuro de los conflictos informáticos entre países en Español, July 22

    El caso Pegasus es una muestra de que la piratería informática vinculada a los gobiernos se ha convertido en una característica general, y quizás permanente, del orden global.

  17. In Deal With Germany, U.S. Drops Threat to Block Russian Gas Pipelines Washington, July 21

    The agreement infuriated both Republicans and Democrats in Congress, who accused the Biden administration of being soft on Russia.

  18. Reacting to Chinese Cyberattacks The Daily, July 21

    Why does the U.S. treat hacking by Beijing differently from infiltrations by other foreign actors?

  19. Constant but Camouflaged, Flurry of Cyberattacks Offers Glimpse of New Era Foreign, July 20

    Once imagined as a new kind of warfare, government-linked hacking has instead become a widespread and perhaps permanent feature of the global order.

  20. U.S. Accuses China of Hacking Microsoft Washington, July 19

    The Biden administration organized a broad group of allies to condemn Beijing for cyberattacks around the world, but stopped short of taking concrete punitive steps.

  21. As Frozen Land Burns, Siberia Fears: ‘If We Don’t Have the Forest, We Don’t Have Life’ Foreign, July 17

    Northeastern Siberia is a place where people take Arctic temperatures in stride. But 100-degree days are another matter entirely.

  22. Biden and Merkel Work to Strengthen Ties Video, July 15

    President Biden welcomed Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany to the White House for a final time as the two leaders sought to demonstrate a strong bilateral relationship following the Trump presidency.

  23. Russia’s most aggressive ransomware group disappeared. It’s unclear who made that happen. Washington, July 13

    REvil, blamed for some of the most audacious attacks on the United States, suddenly cannot be found — even their negotiations with victims stopped. It is unclear if Russia or America disabled them.

  24. Your Wednesday Briefing N Y T Now, July 13

    Dozens died in a fire in an Iraqi Covid ward.

  25. The Dark Side of Chess: Payoffs, Points and 12-Year-Old Grandmasters Sports, July 13

    When is a grandmaster’s title less than grand?

  26. Biden Warns Putin to Act Against Ransomware Groups, or U.S. Will Strike Back Washington, July 9

    Mr. Biden’s phone call appeared to be a pointed ultimatum to stop the hackers, who have attacked computer networks in the United States with relative impunity.

  27. Biden Calls for Putin to Act on Ransomware Attacks Video, July 9

    President Biden urged President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia to act when ransomware attacks originate in his country and said the U.S. reserves the right to respond against hackers who launch attacks from Russia.

  28. Biden urges Putin to ‘take action to disrupt’ Russia-based hackers behind ransomware attacks. Politics, July 9

    President Biden warned that the United States reserves the right to respond against hackers who launch attacks from inside Russia.

  29. Yury Dokhoian, Chess Coach Who Guided Kasparov, Dies at 56 Obits, July 9

    A Russian grandmaster, he spent a decade working with the longtime world champion, who said Mr. Dokhoian gave him “stability and confidence.” He died of the coronavirus.

  30. Biden Weighs a Response to Ransomware Attacks Washington, July 7

    The president summoned his top cybersecurity advisers to consider immediate action to disrupt Russian incursions.

  31. Attempted Hack of R.N.C. and Russian Ransomware Attack Test Biden Business, July 6

    The breach of a Republican National Committee contractor, also linked to Russia, and the global ransomware attack occurred weeks after a U.S.-Russian summit.

  32. Up to 1,500 businesses could be affected by a cyberattack carried out by a Russian group. Business, July 6

    “It totally sucks,” said the chief executive of the software company Kaseya, which was compromised Friday along with some of its customers.

  33. Plane Crashes in Russia With 28 People Aboard Foreign, July 6

    The aircraft was flying a regional route in the far eastern peninsula of Kamchatka. There were not believed to be any survivors, Russian news agencies reported.

  34. Oil Nations Again Fail to Reach Deal as U.A.E. Demands Higher Quota Business, July 5

    Monday’s meeting never got started after attempts to mediate the dispute failed to make progress.

  35. How Russia Wins the Climate Crisis Interactive, December 16

    Climate change is propelling enormous human migrations, transforming global agriculture and remaking the world order — and no country stands to gain more than Russia.

  36. The New Saturday Night Interactive, May 1

    With billions of people staying home, the world is reinventing the weekend.

  37. Госпитали и Школы Подвергаются Атакам в Сирии. Расследование ООН Вызывает Вопросы. Мы Решили Разобраться. Interactive, April 13

    Атаки на гражданские объекты в Сирии настолько участились, что ООН приняла решение о расследовании этих нарушений. Однако расследование ограничено лишь некоторыми случаями атак и неизвестно, будут ли обнародованы его результаты. «Нью-Йорк Таймс» провели независимое расследование. Вот что нам удалось установить.