1. Without Evidence, Right-Wing Commentators Link Soros to Louisville U-Haul Business, Today

    A spokeswoman for the liberal financier said he had “absolutely not” paid for the rental of a truck used in a protest in Louisville.

  2. Google Services Go Down in Some Parts of U.S. Business, Today

    People experienced outages of services like Gmail, YouTube and Google Meet.

  3. Free the Apps! Editorial, Today

    Apple and Google have a virtual monopoly on distributing mobile apps — that’s bad for competition.

  4. Amazon Unveils Drone That Films Inside Your Home. What Could Go Wrong? Business, Today

    On social media, people had some concerns about the Ring Always Home Cam. To put it mildly.

  5. The Truth About ‘The Truth About’ Memes Interactive, Today

    Videos and viral images claiming to tell “the truth about” Breonna Taylor’s death are spreading multiple falsehoods while trying to paint Taylor as far from an innocent person.

  6. The Truth About ‘The Truth About’ Memes Business, Today

    Videos and viral images claiming to tell “the truth about” Black victims of police shootings are years old. This week, they are circulating about Breonna Taylor.

  7. What’s the Deal With Google Now? News Desk, Today

    Google is facing the possibility of multiple antitrust lawsuits. Here’s why and what’s ahead.

  8. To Fight Apple and Google, Smaller App Rivals Organize a Coalition Business, Today

    Spotify, Match Group, Epic Games and others have created a nonprofit alliance that they hope will amplify a protest against the power of the giants.

  9. YouTube Tries Again to Amplify Accurate Voting Information Business, Today

    Tech platforms have struggled to keep false and misleading information about mail-in ballots off their services.

  10. YouTube Tries Again to Amplify Accurate Voting Information Technology, Today

    Tech platforms have struggled to keep false and misleading information about mail-in ballots off their services.

  11. Beyond the Pandemic, Libraries Look Toward a New Era Special Sections, Today

    With a shift to online resources well underway, “the most trusted civic institutions” are in a good position to deal with the changing future.

  12. Justice Dept. Urges Congress to Limit Tech’s Legal Shield Business, Yesterday

    President Trump and his allies have made criticism of major tech platforms a regular talking point as he campaigns for re-election.

  13. TikTok Files for Injunction to Stop Ban of App Business, Yesterday

    While President Trump has blessed a deal for TikTok, the video app filed to stop a ban of its service that is set to go into effect on Sunday.

  14. False Claims, Spread by a Trump Son, That Biden Used a Teleprompter Technology, Yesterday

    An edited version of a video has been shared by people close to the president, including his son Eric Trump.

  15. False Claims, Spread by a Trump Son, That Biden Used a Teleprompter Business, Yesterday

    An edited version of a video has been shared by people close to the president, including his son Eric Trump.

  16. A Kids’ Vaccine Isn’t Coming Anytime Soon National, Yesterday

    There are currently no trials underway, making a vaccine unlikely before fall of 2021. And students are missing online school at alarming rates.

  17. Facebook Removes a Chinese Influence Campaign Technology, Yesterday

  18. Hooray (Mostly) for the Government! News Desk, Yesterday

    U.S. lawmakers are digging into questions about how to steer technology to make our lives better.

  19. What Russian Trolls Are Using for Inspiration: Trump Technology, Yesterday

  20. My Kid Sold Her Soul to Roblox Parenting, Yesterday

    It’s my daughter’s main social outlet, and I’m not taking it away from her.

  21. Young People More Likely to Believe Virus Misinformation, Study Says Business, Yesterday

    The results diverge from past research that said older people were more likely to share false news articles on social media.

  22. Go Live in Another Decade. I Recommend It. Op Ed, Yesterday

    Watching TV news from the past helps me get a grip on the present.

  23. Aislados y radicales: ¿cómo votamos en tiempos de pandemia? en Español, Yesterday

    Robert D. Putnam lleva décadas estudiando los lazos sociales y el sentido de comunidad y advirtiendo sobre los efectos del aislamiento. La pandemia es un gran experimento inesperado para él y otros expertos.

  24. Justice Dept. Case Against Google Is Said to Focus on Search Dominance Business, September 22

    The decision to narrow the case to search could set off separate lawsuits from states over Google’s power in other business segments.

  25. ‘Birtherism’ Lies About Kamala Harris Exceed Those About Obama Business, September 22

    Mentions of the racist theory about Ms. Harris spiked higher than the peak of similar lies about President Barack Obama in 2017.

  26. Put Away the Pamphlets: Voter Registration Day Goes Digital Politics, September 22

    Celebrities from Bob Weir to Zendaya are getting involved as voter registration drives shift to texting campaigns, livestreamed rallies and other pandemic-proof techniques.

  27. This Misinformation Was Coming From Inside the House Business, September 22

    William B. Crews was especially focused on undermining efforts to persuade the public to wear masks.

  28. Club Quarantine Video, September 22

    When the coronavirus shut down clubs around the world, I found community in a queer dance party on Zoom.

  29. America’s Tech Billionaires Could Help Protect the Election. If They Wanted To. Op Ed, September 22

    The most patriotic thing that companies could do is make democracy work better.

  30. A Capitalist Fix to the Digital Divide News Desk, September 22

    What if big tech companies paid for lower income Americans to have fast internet access?

  31. Justice Dept. to Brief States on Google Antitrust Inquiry Business, September 21

    The department is expected to outline a potential antitrust case against Google, which could be filed in the coming days.

  32. TikTok Deal Trips Over U.S.-China Power Struggle Business, September 21

    Companies involved in a deal to resolve TikTok’s future publicly clashed over the arrangement, while President Trump threatened to block any deal that left the service in Chinese hands.

  33. Microsoft Grabs Some of World’s Biggest Games in $7.5 Billion Deal Business, September 21

    The company’s acquisition of ZeniMax Media puts it in a strong position against Sony just weeks before the release of their next generation of gaming consoles.

  34. Trump Jump-Starts Misinformation on Ginsburg’s ‘Dying Wish’ Business, September 21

    Baseless claims about the legitimacy of the justice’s final statements were not circulating online in any significant way before the president said them on Fox News.

  35. Ex-Georgia Tech Researcher Can Proceed With Lawsuit Against University Officials Business, September 21

    Ten years after state agents raided his home, an engineer fights to prove he was wrongfully attacked over a computer chip start-up.

  36. How Facebook Can Slow QAnon for Real News Desk, September 21

    Social media sites cracked down on terrorist recruitment. Imagine what they could do about QAnon.

  37. How One District Reopened Its Classrooms National, September 21

    Most lower-income students are learning online. But in Cajon Valley, Calif., they’re back in school. Here’s how they did it.

  38. This Deal Helped Turn Google Into an Ad Powerhouse. Is That a Problem? Business, September 21

    The $3.1 billion acquisition of DoubleClick in 2007 was a “game changer.” A growing number of antitrust experts say it’s the sort of deal that should no longer be possible.

  39. TikTok Deal Exposes a Security Gap, and a Missing China Strategy Washington, September 20

    Technological progress has outpaced the political debate again. What will happen when the next TikTok arrives in the United States?

  40. ‘There’s No There There’: What the TikTok Deal Achieved Business, September 20

    The agreement for the social media app falls short of President Trump’s promises.

  41. U.S. Judge Temporarily Halts Trump’s WeChat Ban Washington, September 20

    The order is a setback in the president’s efforts to block a Chinese social media app that he has labeled a national security threat. The ban had been set to go into effect on Sunday night.

  42. The Sunday Read: ‘The Agency’ Podcasts, September 20

    From an office building in Russia, an army of “trolls” tried to wreak havoc all around the internet — and in real-life American communities.

  43. Voting Alone Politics, September 20

    The national bard of community long warned about what isolation would do to us. Now our democracy is in the midst of an experiment no one asked for.

  44. Trump Approves Deal Between Oracle and TikTok Washington, September 19

    The approval delays President Trump’s threat to block a popular Chinese-owned social media app, while the American software giant, Walmart and others try to complete a deal to take control.

  45. Trump Says Deal Between Oracle and TikTok Has His ‘Blessing’ Washington, September 19

    The remarks suggested the Chinese-owned social media app may be allowed to continue to operate in the United States after receiving investment from American partners.

  46. After Trump’s TikTok Ban, China Readies Blacklist of Foreign Companies Business, September 19

    Beijing issued rules that could allow it to halt exports, imports and investments by businesses accused of endangering national security.

  47. ‘It’s So Essential’: WeChat Ban Makes U.S.-China Standoff Personal Business, September 18

    When downloads of the Chinese-owned messaging service are barred in the U.S. starting at midnight on Sunday, the feud between the countries will hit home for millions of people.

  48. Trump Wants to Cripple TikTok and WeChat. Why? Editorial, September 18

    He says that they are a security threat. If so, it is time to show the world the evidence.

  49. No, Trump Did Not Hold the Bible Upside Down at Lafayette Square Technology, September 18

  50. Cyber Attack Suspected in German Woman’s Death Foreign, September 18

    Prosecutors believe the woman died from delayed treatment after hackers attacked a hospital’s computers. It could be the first fatality from a ransomware attack.

  51. How to Navigate the Age of the Smart Home Smarter Living, September 18

    Here are some tips if you’re new to smart home devices, but want to give something a try.

  52. How to Secure and Protect Your Smart Home Smarter Living, September 18

    A few simple steps will go a long way.

  53. The Smart Home Device Every Home Needs Smarter Living, September 18

    A new spin on an old tool.

  54. What Is Happening With TikTok and WeChat as Trump Tries to Ban Them? Business, September 18

    The Commerce Department announced that it was prohibiting downloads of WeChat and TikTok in U.S. app stores. Here’s what you need to know.

  55. QAnon Groups Continue to Flourish on Facebook Technology, September 18

    In the month since the network said it was cracking down on the pro-Trump conspiracy theory, QAnon and other extremist movements have continued attracting new followers.

  56. Fox News Is Accused of Hiding George Soros’s Influence Business, September 18

    It’s a twist for the cable channel, which regularly airs criticism of the billionaire investor and Democratic donor.

  57. Facebook Tried to Limit QAnon. It Failed. Business, September 18

    The social network tried cracking down on the spread of the conspiracy theory and other extremist material. But QAnon groups are still flourishing on the site.

  58. No, a Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Didn’t Partner With a Pro-Communist Chinese Group Business, September 18

    A Heritage Foundation investigation went viral on Thursday, but it conflated two nonprofits with the same name.

  59. Don’t quit Facebook. Change laws. News Desk, September 18

    What to do if you think Facebook worsens misinformation and hate speech.

  60. Trump Administration to Ban TikTok and WeChat From U.S. App Stores Washington, September 18

    It issued new rules that will cripple the operation of two popular Chinese-owned apps in the United States.

  61. What Is Happening With TikTok and WeChat? Business, September 18

    The Commerce Department announced that it was prohibiting downloads of WeChat and TikTok in U.S. app stores. Here’s what you need to know.

  62. What Is Happening With TikTok and WeChat as Trump Tries to Ban Them? Technology, September 18

    The Commerce Department announced that it was prohibiting downloads of WeChat and TikTok in U.S. app stores. Here’s what you need to know.

  63. Computing Pioneers Endorse Biden, Citing Trump Immigration Crackdown Business, September 18

    They said the administration’s policies were driving away technology talent and could do long-term damage to their industry.

  64. Is an Algorithm Less Racist Than a Loan Officer? Sunday Business, September 18

    Digital mortgage platforms have the potential to reduce discrimination. But automated systems provide rich opportunities to perpetuate bias, too.

  65. Facebook Has Been a Disaster for the World Op Ed, September 18

    How much longer are we going to allow its platform to foment hatred and undermine democracy?

  66. The Biden Campaign Isn’t Door-Knocking. Don’t Freak Out. Op Ed, September 18

    Campaigning during a pandemic is an experiment for everyone.

  67. TikTok Accepts Deal Revisions as Trump Prepares to Review Proposal Business, September 17

    The video app is also looking for a new chief executive and has talked to candidates including a founder of Instagram.

  68. Isolated Ballot Errors Do Not Equal a ‘Rigged Election’ Technology, September 17

    President Trump continued his assault on voting by mail, but printing and mailing errors are nothing new, and have affected Republican and Democratic candidates alike.

  69. Isolated Ballot Errors Do Not Equal a ‘Rigged Election’ Technology, September 17

    President Trump continued his assault on voting by mail, but printing and mailing errors are nothing new, and have affected Republican and Democratic candidates alike.

  70. Actually, a Chinese Virologist Didn’t Prove That Covid-19 Was Man-Made Technology, September 17

    Leading public health authorities say that the evidence strongly suggests a natural origin for the virus.

  71. Trump Falsely Says ‘Unsolicited Ballots’ Will Cause Election Night Delays Technology, September 17

    President Trump erroneously sought to blame states that are automatically mailing out ballots to registered voters for the likely delays

  72. One Family’s Remote-School Tale News Desk, September 17

    Like many parents, Valerie Cruz is dealing with a tough situation and making it work.

  73. Community Colleges Can Be Engines of Economic Recovery Sunday Business, September 17

    With proper funding and innovation, two-year public colleges can handle job training for millions of people.

  74. The New Apple Watch Measures Your Blood Oxygen. Now What? Business, September 17

    Blood oxygen readings can be a useful indicator of wellness, but context is important — and so is medical advice from a doctor.

  75. A Car Insurance Claim Estimate Before the Tow Truck Is Called Business, September 17

    Using algorithms, tech companies are helping insurers speed up the process after an accident, make it more accurate and keep estimators out of the field — a plus during a pandemic.

  76. Trump Is Wrong About TikTok. China’s Plans Are Much More Sinister. Op Ed, September 17

    The West still doesn’t understand the scale of Beijing’s soft-power ambitions.

  77. Small Tech Stocks Soar as the Future Arrives Early Business, September 17

    The giants aren’t the only ones. A subset of software, streaming, security and e-commerce firms are also posting eye-popping gains.

  78. Backlash Grows to TikTok-Oracle Deal Washington, September 16

    Senate Republicans and others criticized the latest plan to allow TikTok to continue operating in the United States, citing national security concerns.

  79. Snowflake More Than Doubles in Debut as Wall Street Embraces Tech IPOs Business, September 16

    The data storage company is among several prominent start-ups going public this year as the tech industry thrives in the pandemic.

  80. Facebook and Instagram Flag Tucker Carlson Covid-19 Posts Technology, September 16

  81. Former Parody Account Was Early in Spreading False Rumors on Fires Business, September 16

    The rumors have overwhelmed local law enforcement agencies, leading them to plead with the public to verify information before sharing it.

  82. Former Parody Account Was Early in Spreading False Rumors on Fires Technology, September 16

    The rumors have overwhelmed local law enforcement agencies, leading them to plead with the public to verify information before sharing it.

  83. China-Backed Hackers Broke Into 100 Firms and Agencies, U.S. Says Washington, September 16

    In indictments against five Chinese nationals, the Justice Department described sophisticated attacks to hijack networks and extort universities, businesses and nonprofits.

  84. Facebook Oculus Quest 2 Review: Solid V.R. Headset, but Few Games Business, September 16

    The new $300 virtual-reality headset works well and feels comfortable. But good luck finding games that will keep you entertained.

  85. ‘Good Enough’ Rules the World News Desk, September 16

    The success of TikTok and Netflix shows that if you have enough eyeballs, mediocrity is totally OK.

  86. No, a Molotov Cocktail Didn’t Start the West’s Wildfires Business, September 16

    Viral posts about a man who was arrested and accused of setting fires in Portland, Ore., have left out one important fact: Those fires were quickly put out.

  87. Trump Shares Doctored Video of Biden Playing Anti-Police Song Technology, September 16

  88. Celebrities Plan an ‘Instagram Freeze,’ but Reaction Is Icy Business, September 15

    Stars including Kim Kardashian West, Katy Perry and Mark Ruffalo said they would protest Facebook by freezing their Instagram accounts on Wednesday. The responses were far from positive.

  89. Two Are Accused of Hacking U.S. Websites With Pro-Iran Messages Express, September 15

    The cyberattacks were in retaliation for the death of Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani of Iran in a U.S. military airstrike in January, according to a federal indictment unsealed Tuesday.

  90. Driver Charged in Uber’s Fatal 2018 Autonomous Car Crash Business, September 15

    Investigators said the woman had been watching a video on her phone when the vehicle killed a pedestrian in Arizona.

  91. Yoga Teachers Take On QAnon Business, September 15

    Online wellness influencers are pushing back against an influx of misinformation related to QAnon, the vast pro-Trump conspiracy theory.

  92. Apple Watch Is a Private Road News Desk, September 15

    With newer technologies, we risk losing the open highways that have defined our digital lives.

  93. A Job That Isn’t Hard to Get in a Pandemic: Swindlers’ Unwitting Helper Business, September 15

    Criminals are increasingly using people like Denise Newton to move their money, just as many have lost their jobs and are vulnerable.

  94. Coming This Fall: Return of the Video Game Console Wars Business, September 15

    Gamers are awaiting Sony’s PlayStation 5 and Microsoft’s Xbox Series X, though supply might be limited because of the pandemic.

  95. Gen Zers Say Silicon Valley Is Elitist and Exclusive. Can They Build a New System? Styles, September 15

    A group of young tech enthusiasts are carving their own path on Discord.

  96. The Bumbling 1960s Data Scientists Who Anticipated Facebook and Google Book Review, September 15

    In “If Then,” the historian Jill Lepore recounts the story of the Simulmatics Corporation, which tried to use primitive computing power to shape Americans’ behavior.

  97. TikTok’s Proposed Deal Seeks to Mollify U.S. and China Business, September 14

    The Chinese-owned app designed a compromise to satisfy U.S. security concerns. The terms are now under review by the Trump administration.

  98. Facebook Is Failing in Global Disinformation Fight, Says Former Worker Business, September 14

    The employee, who worked in a group dedicated to rooting out fake accounts, said executives ignored or were slow to react to her warnings.

  99. TikTok Owner’s Big Reason to Strike a U.S. Deal: China Is Slowing Business, September 14

    ByteDance’s founder has long urged his employees to think beyond the world’s No. 2 economy, where growth is easing and competition is rising.

  100. TikTok Was a Wasted Opportunity News Desk, September 14

    The TikTok battle was a chance to debate big questions about technology and government. We missed it.

  101. Why You Should Care About TikTok Op Ed, September 14

    Forcing a sale of the app is a show of power, but it doesn’t really protect your privacy.

  102. Oracle Chosen as TikTok’s Tech Partner, as Microsoft’s Bid Is Rejected Business, September 13

    The moves came as the clock ticks down on President Trump’s executive order to block the Chinese-owned social media app.

  103. Nvidia Buys Arm From SoftBank for $40 Billion Business, September 13

    The move gives Nvidia a way into mobile chips, but the acquisition is likely to face regulatory scrutiny.

  104. How to Declutter Your Digital World At Home, September 12

    If you’re overwhelmed from telecommuting for months, here are ways to step away from your devices and, just maybe, get to inbox zero.

  105. The Woman Taking Over TikTok at the Toughest Time Business, September 11

    Vanessa Pappas is keeping a focus on the app’s community of creators and users as it deals with pressure from President Trump, Beijing and a possible sale.

  106. Europe Feels Squeeze as Tech Competition Heats Up Between U.S. and China Foreign, September 11

    As the rapid pace of change mixes with national security issues, Europe’s role as a global regulator is increasingly tested — and may not be enough.

  107. For These Shows, Take a Hike Culture, September 11

    If you participate in a sound walk and no one is there to applaud, does it count as theater? Our critic argues that it does. Or at least that it can.

  108. Gig Work Is Risky for Apps, Too News Desk, September 11

    New and proposed laws and regulatory challenges threaten the business model of apps like Uber and Handy.

  109. Getting Wise to Fake News Science, September 11

    Older adults are particularly vulnerable to misinformation on social media. But resources have emerged to help them learn to discern true from false.

  110. Social Media Shaming Your College News Desk, September 10

    Students are using apps to shame their schools into better coronavirus plans.

  111. Mothers for QAnon Op Ed, September 10

    In the testosterone-filled world of Trump-adjacent online conspiracy, the newest theory stands out. Why are so many women falling for Q?

  112. Introducing ‘Sway’ With Kara Swisher Op Ed, September 10

    A new podcast about power: who has it, who’s been denied it and who dares to defy it.

  113. Facebook May Be Ordered to Change Data Practices in Europe Business, September 9

    Irish regulators have started an inquiry into Facebook’s movement of data on European users to the United States.

  114. No, Facebook Does Not Reflect Reality News Desk, September 9

    Despite what Mark Zuckerberg says, Facebook shapes our world.

  115. Continue Your Life’s Education With Free Online Classes Business, September 9

    If you’re pondering a career shift, looking to learn a specific skill or just plain bored, consider a web-based class to broaden your horizons.

  116. ‘The Social Dilemma’ Review: Unplug and Run Weekend, September 9

    This documentary from Jeff Orlowski explores how addiction and privacy breaches are features, not bugs, of social media platforms.

  117. ‘It’s 8 P.M. on Election Day.’ Experts Share Their Nightmare Scenarios. Op Ed, September 9

    We asked security experts to tell us what keeps them up at night — and what to do about it.

  118. Selling the Census Last Minute, With Cowboys and Sudoku Business, September 8

    Worried that people won’t be counted, community groups and local governments are spending big to get the word out. “It’s an absolute panic,” one executive said.

  119. Computers Can’t Cut Red Tape News Desk, September 8

    Modernizing government technology can be helpful during a crisis. To a point.

  120. Move Aside, Mr. Trump. These Women Have More Money and Better Ideas. Op Ed, September 8

    The president’s target du jour, Laurene Powell Jobs, isn’t the only woman with a vast fortune making meaningful change.

  121. Chess (Yes, Chess) Is Now a Streaming Obsession Business, September 7

    Viewers are flocking to games during the pandemic, entranced by a charismatic grandmaster and his lightning-fast play.

  122. Kids Can Learn to Love Learning, Even Over Zoom Op Ed, September 7

    There are ways for teachers to nurture curiosity — and they’re especially important in online classes.

  123. When Learning Is Really Remote: Students Climb Trees and Travel Miles for a Cell Signal Foreign, September 5

    Schools are closed in Indonesia because of the pandemic, but for the rural poor who lack internet access and smartphones, online education is particularly difficult.

  124. What I’ve Learned From Teaching Online Op Ed, September 5

    Roll call becomes a roster of absences. Some students write fantasies of escape. Can a new life begin when you are confined with siblings and parents?

  125. Parents Got More Time Off. Then the Backlash Started. Business, September 5

    Pandemic policies at tech companies have created a rift between parents offered more benefits and resentful workers who don’t have children.

  126. Why Facebook’s Blocking of New Political Ads May Fall Short Business, September 4

    There are still many ways that voter misinformation can spread on the social network, even as it moves to cut off new political ads on Oct. 27.

  127. Are Influencers Responsible for the Behavior of Their Followers? Styles, September 4

    Fan armies are harassing gay and trans people on TikTok.

  128. Pentagon Sticks With Microsoft for Cloud Computing Contract Business, September 4

    Amazon, a rival for the $10 billion contract, has complained that President Trump interfered in the process.

  129. Forget TikTok. China’s Powerhouse App Is WeChat, and Its Power Is Sweeping. Sunday Business, September 4

    A vital connection for the Chinese diaspora, the app has also become a global conduit of Chinese state propaganda, surveillance and intimidation. The United States has proposed banning it.

  130. TikTok Bid Highlights Oracle’s Public Embrace of Trump Business, September 4

    The tech giant stands out in Silicon Valley for its close ties to the administration, which must bless any deal for the social media app.

  131. Pandemic Drives Millions From Latin America’s Universities Foreign, September 4

    They were the first in their families to make it to college. But how do you study when you can’t afford to eat?

  132. When My Dad Turned Off the Internet Well, September 4

    I’m 16. When my parents were my age, they didn’t have the internet and they didn’t have a pandemic.

  133. Justice Dept. Plans to File Antitrust Charges Against Google in Coming Weeks Washington, September 3

    The attorney general is said to have set a deadline over the objections of career lawyers who say they need more time to build the case.

  134. Lessons From a Virus Tracing Dud News Desk, September 3

    One state learned the hard way that technology won’t get us out of this pandemic. But it can help.

  135. Facebook Moves to Limit Election Chaos in November Business, September 3

    The social network said it would block new political ads in late October, among other measures, to reduce misinformation and interference.

  136. Is Virtual Burning Man the Internet’s Ultimate Test? Op Ed, September 3

    The cyberdelic extravaganza is online for the first time because of the pandemic. But maybe that’s not as strange as it might seem.

  137. A Freelance Writer Learns He Was Working for the Russians Business, September 2

    A man who had written for a site that officials say was a front for a Russian group said his mysterious editor “had a different kind of agenda.”

  138. ‘Remote Learning’ Is Often an Oxymoron Op Ed, September 2

    We need to try harder to get kids back in school.

  139. India Bans 118 Chinese Apps as Indian Soldier Is Killed on Disputed Border Foreign, September 2

    The Indian government is blocking Chinese apps from its huge domestic market to strike back against China amid a tense border standoff.

  140. Amazon’s Biggest Leap Was Boring News Desk, September 2

    Forget about drones. Amazon delivered something just as innovative with nuts and bolts.

  141. Russians Again Targeting Americans With Disinformation, Facebook and Twitter Say Business, September 1

    The companies said the F.B.I. had warned them that the Kremlin-backed Internet Research Agency set up a network of fake user accounts and a website.

  142. Twitter Hack May Have Had Another Mastermind: A 16-Year-Old Business, September 1

    On Tuesday, federal agents served a Massachusetts teenager with a search warrant. He appears to have played a significant role in the July 15 Twitter attack, investigators and fellow hackers said.

  143. Apple and Google to Make It Easier to Opt In to Virus Tracing Business, September 1

    The tech giants said states could soon send notices directly to smartphones asking people to opt in to the technology, which helps trace the coronavirus.

  144. Roger Gastman’s New Venture: A Digital Art Fair Culture, September 1

    The curator’s follow up to the traveling street art exhibition “Beyond the Streets” is a virtual showcase created in a partnership with NTWRK, a shopping platform.

  145. When Merce Cunningham Took On a New Collaborator: The Computer Culture, September 1

    In his 70s, Cunningham, the modern dance innovator, entered a new creative period, discovering fresh possibilities for human movement.

  146. Trump Spread Multiple Conspiracy Theories on Monday. Here Are Their Roots. Business, September 1

    The unfounded ideas have been circulating online for months.

  147. Twitter to Add Context to Trending Topics Business, September 1

    The social media company is trying to clean up a feature that has been used for disinformation, but stopped short of what critics want.

  148. Trump Spread Multiple Conspiracy Theories on Monday. Here Are Their Roots. Business, September 1

    The unfounded ideas have been circulating online for months.

  149. Yes to Tech Optimism. And Pessimism. News Desk, September 1

    We need tech optimists to shoot for the moon. But we also need those looking for problems.

  150. To Play Poker in a Pandemic, Americans Flee the U.S. Sports, September 1

    Unlike other sporting events canceled by the coronavirus, the World of Series of Poker, and its millions in prizes, went online. But borders are tricky when it comes to internet gambling.