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"25.02.2017 18:55:00" nytimes.com Immigration Agents Discover New Freedom to Deport Under Trump The president's plan to arrest and deport vast numbers of undocumented immigrants will be carried out by agents who say they feel unshackled. "The discretion has come back to us; it's up to us to make decisions in the field. We're trusted again."
"25.02.2017 18:25:01" nytimes.com When Your Greatest Romance Is a Friendship A writer seeking solitude in a small town finds himself developing a deep and unlikely bond with his elderly neighbor. Modern Love: "If we made no sense from the outside, it didn't matter. We were mostly looking at each other."
"25.02.2017 17:55:00" nytimes.com 'I Hope to Have My Mind Boggled a Few More Times' Our Top 10 Comments of the Week: Readers debate new planets, transgender issues and pizza toppings. Our top 10 comments of the week.
"25.02.2017 17:47:02" The New York Times - Lens - Photography What makes a strong photo essay and portfolio? James Estrin, a photo editor at The Times, is at the Women Photographers of Washington Portfolio Review, where he's reviewing the work of Kristin Adair, a photographer who focuses on incarceration and gender Join the The New York Times - Lens - Photography's James Estrin for a live portfolio review. He's with the photographer Kristin Adair, whose work focuses on incarceration and gender issues. Leave your questions for them in the comments.
"25.02.2017 17:40:00" Timeline Photos Workers with Adee Honey Farms, in central California, prepared beehives that are crucial for pollination of almond, avocado, apple, cherry and alfalfa crops. But a mysterious disease is killing millions of bees.
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"25.02.2017 17:25:00" nytimes.com 'World's Worst Skier' Has Best Explanation: He Never Trained on Snow Until his debut this week, at the Nordic world ski championships in Finland, Adrian Solano had trained on wheels in South America. He was called the "world's worst skier ever" after a wobbly debut. His excuse? He had never even seen snow.
"25.02.2017 16:55:02" nytimes.com Andy Weir's Best Seller 'The Martian' Gets a Classroom-Friendly Makeover Science teachers are using a new edition of “The Martian” to teach physics, astronomy and chemistry. It's the same story — minus the profanity. It's science, minus the swearing.
"25.02.2017 16:25:01" nytimes.com Economists Have Been Demoted in Washington. That's a Bad Idea. The chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers has been dropped from the new administration's cabinet, depriving it of the council's academic expertise. If you have economic experts at your disposal, why ignore them?
"25.02.2017 15:55:00" nytimes.com Obama Takes In a Broadway Show, but Shuns the Spotlight The former president, who has kept a low profile since leaving office in January, visited New York to see “The Price” with his elder daughter, Malia. "Who is so rude to come in after the show starts?" That would be former President Barack Obama.
"25.02.2017 15:25:03" nytimes.com The Anti-Trump Activist Taking On Retailers Putting together a list of companies selling Trump products has transformed Shannon Coulter's life, and not always for the better. Shannon Coulter has almost single-handedly spearheaded a retail revolt against President Donald J. Trump and his family.
"25.02.2017 15:06:05" nytimes.com A Ruined Farmer and a Love Letter: Remnants From Fighting in Western Mosul Traveling to the front lines of western Mosul, where Iraqi government forces are battling the Islamic State for complete control of this city. From liberated eastern Mosul, our reporter found a letter to those still ruled by ISIS: "I love you."
"25.02.2017 14:25:02" nytimes.com In the Face of A.L.S., Simon Fitzmaurice Finds His Fire Inside The Irish director's new film, “My Name Is Emily,” was made as he struggled with a deadly disease. He lost mobility in his limbs and can no longer speak, swallow or breathe without artificial help. But he was determined to finish his movie.
"25.02.2017 13:55:00" nytimes.com The Unmaking of Europe Technology has enabled many things, including the apotheosis of stupidity. "The lifeblood of autocracies is the glorification of a mythical past and the designation of enemies who stand in the way of greatness," Roger Cohen writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"25.02.2017 13:25:00" nytimes.com Share Your Experience With Motherhood The New York Times would like to hear from women about how they're experiencing motherhood. We're exploring the innumerable ways in which women experience having a baby, the early days of infancy, and the transformation that ensues. Please click the link to share your story.
"25.02.2017 12:55:00" nytimes.com Why Thornton Wilder Matters in the Trump Era Wilder's “The Skin of Our Teeth” made its Broadway premiere in 1942. It's back, again, with fresh resonance. "The Skin of Our Teeth" made its Broadway premiere in 1942. It's back, again, with fresh resonance in the Trump era.
"25.02.2017 11:55:01" nytimes.com How to Deal With Motion Sickness If you're in a car or on a cruise, look at the road or water ahead — and eat food that is easily digestible. “Motion sickness happens when there is an imbalance between the eyes, inner ears and spinal cord, but fortunately, there are ways to reduce the chances of it hitting you."
"25.02.2017 10:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Indian-Spiced Tomato and Egg Casserole Recipe This dish, inspired by a traditional recipe from the Parsis (a group of Zoroastrians from Persia who settled in India sometime between the 8th and 10th centuries), is possibly one of the most fragrant and vivid casseroles you'll ever see It starts with a "It's been some time since I saved this recipe. After preparing it I wondered what I waited for. It's delicious - a real keeper."
"25.02.2017 09:55:00" nytimes.com The Trump-Like Figures Popping Up in Central Europe Political outsiders have felt the wind at their backs since the election of President Trump, and many embrace their resemblance to him. Political outsiders in Central Europe have felt the wind at their backs since President Donald J. Trump's election.
"25.02.2017 07:55:00" nytimes.com 52 Places to Go in 2017 | No. 30. Chiang Mai, Thailand An avalanche of art in Thailand's second city. What do you recommend seeing in Chiang Mai?
"25.02.2017 06:55:00" nytimes.com China and North Korea Reveal Sudden, and Deep, Cracks in Their Friendship Beijing's suspension of coal imports that have helped prop up the North prompted a furious response, a sign that relations may have reached a breaking point. North Korea deployed some of the most damning insults in its playbook, accusing China of "dancing to the tune of the U.S."
"25.02.2017 05:55:01" nytimes.com Not From Venus, Not From Mars: What We Believe About Gender and Why It's Often Wrong In “Testosterone Rex,” the Australian academic Cordelia Fine argues that society's views about gender are blinkered, hidebound and wrong. What we believe about gender, why it's wrong and how we came to think that way. (via The New York Times Books)
"25.02.2017 05:25:00" nytimes.com In Kim Jong-nam Killing, a Common Migration Tale Takes a Dark Turn Before being accused in the death of Kim Jong-un's half brother, Doan Thi Huong was one of millions of Southeast Asians living abroad in search of work. Before being accused in the death of Kim Jong-un's half brother, Doan Thi Huong was one of millions of Southeast Asians living abroad in search of work.
"25.02.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com Sweden, Nation of Open Arms, Debates Implications of Immigration President Trump's acrid comments about Sweden come at a time when Swedes themselves are questioning their generosity toward immigrants and its potential limits. President Trump's acrid comments about Sweden come at a time when Swedes are questioning their generosity toward immigrants.
"25.02.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com A Lawsuit Against Uber Highlights the Rush to Conquer Driverless Cars The suit, brought by the autonomous car business Waymo, accuses Uber and a star engineer, Anthony Levandowski, of planning to steal trade secrets. Uber said its self-driving car ran a red light because of a human. Actually, it was the car.
"25.02.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com Rory McIlroy Defends Decision to Golf With Donald Trump McIlroy was called a “bigot” for agreeing to play a round with the president, but he said accepting the invitation was not an endorsement. Rory McIlroy said his choice “wasn't an endorsement nor a political statement of any kind.”
"25.02.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com 'Ring of Fire' Solar Eclipse Will Cross South America and Africa on Sunday Known as an annular eclipse, it occurs when the moon moves in between the sun and the Earth but is too far to completely block the sun as it would during a total solar eclipse. The sky will be illuminated in a "ring of fire" solar eclipse on Sunday. Here's what you need to know.
"25.02.2017 02:55:00" nytimes.com H.R. McMaster Breaks With Administration on Views of Islam The new national security adviser told his staff that the label “radical Islamic terrorism” was not helpful, repudiating language used by the president. H. R. McMaster repudiated language used by President Trump and Michael Flynn.
"25.02.2017 02:25:00" cooking.nytimes.com Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe This version of the childhood favorite was developed by the gang at America's Test Kitchen and originally published in Cook's Illustrated magazine back in 1998 We brought it to The Times when we profiled Christopher Kimball, then the grand poobah of A super crunchy and delightfully salty-sweet treat. (via The New York Times Food)
"25.02.2017 01:55:00" nytimes.com So, Um, How Do You, Like, Stop Using Filler Words? Experts say awareness and practice are the keys to stop using interjections that can make you seem nervous or unintelligent. Everyone does it. So how do you, like, stop it then?
"25.02.2017 01:25:01" nytimes.com Where Oscar Best Picture Nominees Are Liked Most Nine films are nominated for best picture at the Academy Awards on Sunday. In what parts of the country was each contender the most popular? In what parts of the U.S. was each Oscar contender the most popular? Take a look.
"25.02.2017 00:55:01" nytimes.com Trump Denounces F.B.I. Over Leaks, Demanding Investigation The criticism followed a report that the White House asked the bureau to rebut an article about Trump associates and Russian intelligence officials. President Trump said leaks of classified information were putting the U.S. at risk and called for an immediate hunt for the leakers.
"25.02.2017 00:25:01" nytimes.com Help Us Fix Baseball What can be done to fix the game of baseball? The New York Times would like to hear from readers. What can be done to fix baseball? No more mound visits. End stepping out of the box? Let us know what you think.
"25.02.2017 00:03:14" Lenny Kravitz Live With TimesTalks We're at a The New York Times - TimesTalks with 4–time Grammy award–winning musician Lenny Kravitz as he discusses his foray into architectural design. Comment with your questions, and we'll respond to some.
"24.02.2017 23:55:00" President Trump ripped into the news media at CPAC, hours before some news outlets, including The New York Times, were turned away from a press briefing at the White House.
"24.02.2017 23:27:44" nytimes.com Hate Crime Is Feared as 2 Indian Engineers Are Shot in Kansas India's government expressed shock after one citizen was killed and another was injured in an attack at a bar in suburban Kansas City. At least 1 witness said that the gunman yelled “get out of my country” before opening fire.
"24.02.2017 23:10:00" Timeline Photos It was a beautiful day today in New York City.
(It was also February 24.)
Photo: Victor J. Blue for The New York Times
"24.02.2017 22:55:00" nytimes.com Amazon Deforestation, Once Tamed, Comes Roaring Back A decade after the “Save the Rainforest” movement captured the world's imagination, Cargill and other food giants are pushing deeper into the wilderness. In the Brazilian Amazon, the world's largest rain forest, deforestation rose in 2015 for the first time in nearly a decade.
"24.02.2017 22:25:01" nytimes.com The Big Question for the U.S. Economy: How Much Room Is There to Grow? The nation is close to what economists believe is full productive capacity. The Trump administration's ambitious growth targets depend on how much slack remains. The U.S. economy is nearing that level of activity in which nearly everybody who wants a job has one, and factories and offices are cranking at full speed.
"24.02.2017 21:55:01" nytimes.com North Korea's Palace Intrigue The rampant speculation that Kim Jong-un ordered the murder of his brother is enough to send a chilling message to the North Korean people. From The New York Times Opinion Section: Was a brother's poisoning a warning to North Korean dissenters?
"24.02.2017 21:40:01" Timeline Photos The canals of Xochimilco, Mexico, at dawn.
The Week in Pictures: http://nyti.ms/2lhMDul
Photo: Adriana Zehbrauskas for The New York Times
"24.02.2017 21:25:00" nytimes.com Fleeing U.S. for Asylum, and Handcuffed in Canada The scene at a border crossing in Quebec provided a snapshot of those who are leaving the United States and entering Canada illegally. Refugees and asylum seekers are streaming across the Canadian border in higher numbers. For those who cross illegally, handcuffs await.
"24.02.2017 20:55:01" nytimes.com Women Do Like to Compete — Against Themselves In some situations, they are just as cutthroat as men. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "Why is it that women do not choose to compete against others, but are eager to compete when the opponent is themselves?"
"24.02.2017 20:25:00" nytimes.com In a Champion's Corner, a Real Coach Who Inspired One on 'The Wire' Gervonta Davis, called boxing's future by Floyd Mayweather Jr., rose from one of Baltimore's most blighted neighborhoods with the help of his coach. His journey from convict to boxing coach was the inspiration for Cutty on "The Wire."
"24.02.2017 20:02:50" Timeline Photos Journalists from The New York Times, CNN and Politico were barred from attending a White House briefing today: http://nyti.ms/2mg34M8
“Nothing like this has ever happened at the White House in our long history of covering multiple administrations of
"24.02.2017 19:55:00" nytimes.com Doctors Consider a Last Best Hope for Obese Teenagers: Surgery Parents and doctors have a host of concerns about the procedure, but some are wondering if teenage patients are waiting too long for what may be their best option. She will have an operation next month that will change her life. She will shed many of the 240 pounds on her 5-foot-2 frame. Like many who have bariatric surgery, she has tried diets and exercise to no avail. Surgery is her last best hope.
But there is a
"24.02.2017 19:40:00" nytimes.com Fact Check: Trump Blasts 'Fake News' and Repeats Inaccurate Claims at CPAC Once again, President Trump criticized the media for not telling the truth, then offered several misleading claims. President Trump said the Affordable Care Act took health care coverage away from people. This is false.
President Trump mocked election polls for being wrong. This is misleading.
President Trump described the U.S. as having open borders. This is false.
"24.02.2017 19:33:08" nytimes.com White House Bars Times and 2 Other News Outlets From Briefing Reporters from CNN and Politico were also not allowed to enter the office of the press secretary, Sean M. Spicer, in an unusual breach of protocol. Breaking News: Journalists from The New York Times, CNN and Politico were prohibited from attending a briefing by President Donald J. Trump's press secretary on Friday, a highly unusual breach of relations between the White House and its press corps.
"24.02.2017 19:25:00" nytimes.com Caitlyn Jenner Slams Trump on Transgender Order: 'See You in Court' The reality TV star, who supported Donald Trump during his campaign, said his order rescinding bathroom rights was “a disaster.” “This is a disaster." — Caitlyn Jenner
"24.02.2017 18:55:00" nytimes.com Death and Tax Cuts What Republicans mean when they talk about freedom. From The New York Times Opinion Section: After all that rage against the evils of Obamacare, it turns out that Republicans have got nothing.
"24.02.2017 18:34:17" nytimes.com And the Oscar Winners Will Be ... The Carpetbagger has spent months reporting on the awards season. Here, she predicts the winners. Do you agree with our predictions?
Make your own Oscar picks with this interactive ballot: http://nyti.ms/2mlaavG
"24.02.2017 18:27:38" Live with Gavin Grimm Gavin Grimm, the 17 year-old at the center of the transgender bathroom case before the Supreme Court, is here. Comment with your questions for Gavin, and NYT reporter Sheryl Gay Stolberg will ask some. You can read more here: http://nyti.ms/2lNUnYk
"24.02.2017 17:53:06" nytimes.com Trump at CPAC: Right's Unlikely Hero Renews Attack on Press There was a time when the Conservative Political Action Conference did not have a lot of use for Donald J. Trump. Something has changed. President Donald J. Trump intensified his attack on the news media during a CPAC appearance, reiterating his charge that “fake news” outlets are “the enemy of the people.”
"24.02.2017 17:27:35" nytimes.com In Kim Jong-nam's Death, North Korea Lets Loose a Weapon of Mass Destruction The assassination by VX nerve agent is a stark reminder that in addition to nuclear arms, Pyongyang has an arsenal of chemical and biological weapons. “North Korea has sent a very clear message to the world that it will strike its enemies anywhere in the world."
"24.02.2017 16:55:03" Photos from The New York Times's post Step into “Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors,” a new exhibition at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC. http://nyti.ms/2kUDCLQ
Photos: Tyrone Turner for The New York Times
"24.02.2017 16:40:00" Kansas Bar Shooting Shocks India The Kansas shooting, which left one Indian man dead and another injured, escalated into an international incident amid fears that it was a possible hate crime.
"24.02.2017 16:34:36" The New York Times's cover photo Deep in Brazil's Amazon, a photographer exploring the ruins of Henry Ford's fantasyland. Welcome to Fordlândia.
See more photos: http://nyti.ms/2mj4std
Photo: Bryan Denton for The New York Times
"24.02.2017 16:25:01" nytimes.com Betsy DeVos is Publicly Polite, but a Political Fighter President Trump may have overruled the education secretary on transgender bathroom access, but people who have worked with her say she will not be a meek team player. "In Michigan politics, she instilled fear in a lot of people, and it's not just because she's a billionaire," said a Republican and former state attorney general.
"24.02.2017 15:55:00" nytimes.com After a Killing: 'I Only Wanted to Scare Them' A scuffle over a case of beer left in a South Bronx doorway ended with an aspiring rapper shot dead and an expectant father in jail. The night started with a baby shower. By the time dawn broke, the police say, a man had been shot dead.
"24.02.2017 15:44:33" Live at the Former Standing Rock Camp After North Dakota authorities evacuated protestors camping out by the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, we are visiting the site. Ask your questions in the comments, and NYT reporter Mitch Smith will address some.
"24.02.2017 15:25:00" nytimes.com At a 'Defense' Expo, an Antiseptic World of Weaponry High-tech glitter and smooth sales pitches abounded, but there was no indication of the destruction being wrought by the goods on sale. There was so much weaponry inside that visitors were searched not just on the way in, but also on the way out.
"24.02.2017 15:19:58" nytimes.com Watch Live: President Trump at CPAC President Trump is speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference. Watch as President Donald J. Trump speaks at CPAC.
"24.02.2017 14:55:00" nytimes.com In a Stand-Up Act, Leslie Jones Finds the Humor in Being Hacked The “S.N.L.” performer said that when nude photos of her were posted online, she laughed: “You really just helped a sister out. Thank you for the distribution.” "I was like, they don't understand how many people I've actually tried to show that to," Leslie Jones said about hackers who posted nude photos of her online. "You really just helped a sister out. Thank you for the distribution."
"24.02.2017 14:50:15" nytimes.com Judge Allows Testimony of Another Accuser in Cosby Case Testimony from a woman that prosecutors hope will establish a pattern of behavior that could help them convict Mr. Cosby of sexual assault will be permitted. Breaking News: In a defeat for Bill Cosby, a judge ruled that a second woman who says he sexually assaulted her can testify at his trial.
"24.02.2017 14:25:01" nytimes.com Sure the Media Is Biased. But the Enemy? Not Quite. Many Americans believe the news media is flawed and often unfair to President Trump, but they won't go so far as to label the press an “enemy.” Many believe the news media is flawed and often unfair to President Donald J. Trump. But they won't go so far as to label the press an "enemy."
"24.02.2017 13:55:00" nytimes.com What One Photo Tells Us About North Korea's Nuclear Program Several experts walked us through this photo of Kim Jong-un, North Korea's leader, unveiling what he claimed was a new nuclear device. Propaganda images like this one are rich with insights into North Korea's military and politics.
"24.02.2017 13:25:01" nytimes.com VX Nerve Agent: A Deadly Weapon, Rarely Seen The substance, classified as a chemical weapon and kept for decades in the arsenals of many militaries, has never been used in combat. Malaysia said that Kim Jong-nam was killed by VX nerve agent. The substance has never been used in combat.
"24.02.2017 12:55:00" nytimes.com The National Death Wish Two senators with a recipe for American stagnation. "The way to help working families is not to cut immigration. It's to help everybody flow to the job he or she wants to take." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"24.02.2017 12:25:00" nytimes.com Late Night Shows Weigh In on the 'Bathroom Debate' The hosts took aim at President Trump for his decision to rescind protections for transgender students over bathroom choice. "Hey, just because you want to bring back coal mining doesn't mean you have to bring back everything from the 1800s," Seth Meyers said.
"24.02.2017 11:55:00" nytimes.com For Syrian Refugees, There Is No Going Home Major powers may settle for President Bashar al-Assad's rule as peace talks resumed, but families that fled to Lebanon said they had nothing to return to and feared reprisals. "In Syria, if you're taken, you're gone forever."
"24.02.2017 11:48:00" nytimes.com 'The Daily': A Defiant Display of Conservative Unity One embodies the right wing populism that brought Trump to power; the other the Republican establishment that Trump is now disrupting. The message President Donald J. Trump's top deputies sent to the party faithful: the Republicans are winning the fight — and it is a fight.
"24.02.2017 10:55:00" nytimes.com Lessons From Abroad: What Can Happen When Migrants Are Pushed Into the Shadows President Trump's new deportation rules risk increasing the burdens on undocumented immigrants and, more broadly, on society as a whole. "The new rules proposed by the Donald J. Trump administration risk creating an American underclass with parallels to others around the world: slum residents in India, guest workers in Persian Gulf states and internal migrant workers in China."
"24.02.2017 10:25:01" nytimes.com One in Every 137 Teenagers Would Identify as Transgender, Report Says The figure stands to inform the fierce debate over the rights of transgender youth. Nearly 150,000 American teenagers from 13 to 17 years old would identify as transgender if survey takers asked, according to a report.
"24.02.2017 09:55:01" nytimes.com Labour Loses Seat to Tories but Defeats UKIP Leader in British Voting Labour suffered a major setback in Copeland, a longtime stronghold for the party, but its win over Paul Nuttall in Stoke-on-Trent Central was a blow to the populist UKIP. The Conservative candidate in Copeland described her win as a "truly historic event."
"24.02.2017 09:24:00" nytimes.com Migrants Face Deportations and Walls in Europe, Too Europeans are increasingly caught up in a debate over the treatment of immigrants as rising hostility clashes with long-held values of tolerance. Europe, like America, has become a less welcoming place for migrants.
"24.02.2017 08:55:00" nytimes.com Language Lessons Start in the Womb New research shows that what babies hear before birth and in the first months of life affects both sound perception and sound production. "Your baby is picking up useful knowledge about language even though they're not actually learning words."
"24.02.2017 08:25:00" nytimes.com Danish Man Who Burned Quran Is Prosecuted for Blasphemy Reviving a law not used since 1971, officials brought charges against a man who made an anti-Islamic demonstration on Facebook. Denmark brought little-used blasphemy charges against a man who burned a Quran and posted video on Facebook.
"24.02.2017 07:55:01" nytimes.com First, A Cartoonist Was Paralyzed. Then Her Book Got Lost at Sea. Ms. Ferris, whom Art Spiegelman calls “one of the most important comics artists of our time,” has just published her first graphic novel. It started with a mosquito bite. Then, after Emil Ferris spent years learning how to draw again, her books were held at the Panama Canal.
"24.02.2017 06:55:00" nytimes.com Leila de Lima, Critic of Duterte, Is Arrested in the Philippines Ms. de Lima, a fierce opponent of the president's bloody antidrug campaign, is accused of taking bribes from imprisoned drug traffickers. The Philippine senator, who has been a leading critic of President Rodrigo Duterte, is accused of taking bribes from imprisoned drug traffickers.
"24.02.2017 05:55:00" nytimes.com Humans in Dark Times Eleven thinkers helped us rethink what it might mean to be human in the 21st century. From The New York Times Opinion Section: 11 thinkers helped us rethink what it might mean to be human in the 21st century.
"24.02.2017 05:25:01" nytimes.com Muslim Group Wins Right to Build Mosque in Michigan City Sterling Heights settled a Justice Department suit that would allow the house of worship, though some residents were fiercely opposed to it. Despite protests from irate neighbors, a Muslim group in Michigan won the right to build a mosque.
"24.02.2017 04:55:00" There was mixed reaction to an order by the Trump administration that allowed transgender students to use the bathroom that corresponded to their gender identity.
"24.02.2017 04:25:00" cooking.nytimes.com Italian Lemon-Ricotta Cake Recipe Migliaccio, often served at Carnival, is a lemon-ricotta cheesecake with a difference: a base of semolina flour, which makes it lighter than your typical cheesecake. "This cake was a huge success at a dinner party! Everyone begged to take home extra slices." -a reader
"24.02.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com Fewer Niceties, Similar Price: Airlines Turn to 'Basic Economy' Fares The new basic economy class seats are expected to be in many cases the same price as the existing standard economy fare. The airline industry's new economy fares are actually a hidden increase in overall cost.
"24.02.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com As Kelly and Tillerson Visit Mexico, Their Reassurances Differ From Trump's Stance Top U.S. officials held a news conference in Mexico City as policy announcements from the White House continue to enrage the Mexican public. President Trump on immigration enforcement: "it's a military operation.”
John Kelly, homeland security secretary: “there will be no use of military.”
"24.02.2017 02:55:58" nytimes.com Stephen Bannon Reassures Conservatives Uneasy About Trump The president's chief strategist vowed that the “deconstruction of the administrative state” in a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference. Inside the White House, Steve Bannon said, everything is going according to plan. The “deconstruction of the administrative state” has just begun.
"24.02.2017 02:25:00" nytimes.com Bathroom Case Puts Transgender Student on National Stage Gavin Grimm, 17, whose initials are on a case heading to the Supreme Court, has become the new face of the transgender rights movement. Gavin Grimm, 17, is the lead plaintiff in a case heading to the Supreme Court, and the new face of the transgender rights movement.
"24.02.2017 01:55:01" nytimes.com Repeal of Health Law Faces Obstacles in House, Not Just in Senate Conservative Republicans are pushing for a fast repeal with only a bare-bones replacement plan, but moderates are interested in coming up with a clear and robust plan. After weeks of loud protests and boisterous town hall meetings, consensus in the House might be hard to reach.
"24.02.2017 01:35:33" nytimes.com Kim Jong-nam Was Killed by VX Nerve Agent, Malaysians Say The Malaysian police said the substance, listed as a chemical weapon, had been identified from samples taken from the skin and eye of the North Korean leader's estranged half brother. Breaking News: A banned chemical weapon, VX nerve agent, was used to kill the half-brother of North Korea's dictator, the Malaysian police said.
"24.02.2017 01:25:00" nytimes.com The Death of Compassion The Trump phenomenon is devoid of compassion, and we must be closed to compromise. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "Donald Trump is rushing headlong into Muslim bans and mass deportations, wall building and Obamacare dismantling. Indeed, it feels like the campaign promises Trump is keeping have to do with cruelty and those
"24.02.2017 00:55:00" nytimes.com Alan Colmes, Sean Hannity's Liberal Partner on Fox News, Dies at 66 Mr. Colmes and Mr. Hannity sparred for 12 years in Fox News Channel's most tangible effort to fulfill its “fair and balanced” credo. Alan Colmes was Sean Hannity's liberal sparring partner for 12 years on Fox News' “Hannity & Colmes.”
"24.02.2017 00:26:48" The New York Times - Science Never underestimate the power of the bee brain: http://nyti.ms/2lvRcDV Never underestimate the power of the bee brain. http://nyti.ms/2l5wo2D
"23.02.2017 23:55:01" nytimes.com 2017 Oscar Ballot See this year's Oscar nominees and make your picks. See the full list of nominees for The Academy Awards and pick your winners.
"23.02.2017 23:25:00" nytimes.com Trump Vowed to Protect the Safety Net. What if His Appointees Disagree? The coming days may show whether President Trump will keep his campaign promises to preserve social programs or take on the views of those around him. In the coming days, President Donald J. Trump will answer a major campaign question: Will he protect social programs?
"23.02.2017 22:56:22" nytimes.com Janet Mock: Young People Get Trans Rights. It's Adults Who Don't. The adults are the problem — they inject their politics and ignorance into the lives of young people. Janet Mock in The New York Times Opinion Section: "The adults are the problem — they inject their politics and ignorance into the lives of young people."
"23.02.2017 22:25:01" nytimes.com Dismal Results From Vouchers Surprise Researchers as DeVos Era Begins The new studies come at an interesting moment, with a proponent of vouchers newly in charge of the Education Department. Just as the school vouchers get a powerful champion, new research shows alarming results.
"23.02.2017 21:25:00" nytimes.com Weakened Democrats, Opting for Total War on Trump, Bow to Their Voters After President Trump's election, Democrats debated whether to confront him or seek compromise, but riled-up liberals have pushed party leaders into an all-out fight. "This is not a normal Republican president and these are not normal times. This isn't a time for polite parties anymore," said Christine Quinn, a former speaker of the New York City Council.
"23.02.2017 21:10:18" Talking to CPAC attendees We're at the Conservative Political Action Conference, where Reince Priebus, President Donald J. Trump's Chief of Staff, and Stephen Bannon, spoke earlier. NYT reporter Jeremy Peters is talking to CPAC attendees about the transformation of the
"23.02.2017 20:55:17" nytimes.com Trump Will Lose the Fight Over Bathrooms for Transgender Students Fortunately, the president can't change what Title IX says and means. Those jobs still belong to Congress and the federal courts. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "We have warned President Donald J. Trump many times that we'll see him in court, but this time, we're already there."
"23.02.2017 20:25:07" nytimes.com The Jobs Americans Do The decline of the old working class has meant both an economic triumph for the nation and a personal tribulation for many of the workers. Popular ideas about the working class are woefully out of date. Here are 9 people who tell a truer story of what the American
work force does today — and will do tomorrow.
"23.02.2017 19:55:00" nytimes.com Fact-Checking Claims About Trump's Travel Ban The revised immigration order will look a lot like the first one, an administration official said. Here are some misleading claims to look out for.
"23.02.2017 19:40:46" Jeremy Scott: Moschino Creative director Jeremy SCOTT on the Moschino woman: "She maybe laughs too loud, sometimes drinks a little too much champagne...but there's always this kind of elegance to her." Read on: http://nyti.ms/2lvzD75
"23.02.2017 19:25:00" nytimes.com A Paid Hour a Week for Sex? Swedish Town Considers It A plan to pay town workers in Overtornea, Sweden, to take an hour off for sex has raised eyebrows, but some experts say it has merit. How to improve work-life balance and lift the local birthrate? Give the town's employees an hourlong paid break each week to go home and have sex.
"23.02.2017 19:07:18" nytimes.com Immigrants Hide, Fearing Capture on 'Any Corner' The threat of deportation, once for only those who committed serious crimes, has many immigrants in self-imposed house arrest. "I don't want to go to the store, to church — they are looking everywhere, and they know where to find us," said Meli, who is afraid to leave her home. "They could be waiting for us anywhere. Any corner, any block."
"23.02.2017 18:34:13" NYT Politics Join us inside the Conservative Political Action Conference. NYT journalist Emma Orme NYT is talking to CPAC attendees. Leave your questions in the comments below. Join us inside the Conservative Political Action Conference, where Reince Priebus, President Donald J. Trump's Chief of Staff, and Stephen Bannon, Trump's chief strategist, are among many set to speak at the event. NYT journalist Emma Orme NYT is talking
"23.02.2017 18:25:54" nytimes.com South Korea, Next Olympics Host, Went Shopping in North America to Build Its Hockey Teams The sport is a premier event of the Winter Games, but never caught on much in South Korea. So putting together a credible team has taken some creativity. When these college students were offered a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for free travel and a spot on South Korea's Olympic women's hockey team, they assumed it was an email scam. The offer was real.
"23.02.2017 17:55:00" The New York Times has a new marketing campaign: "The truth is more important now than ever."
"23.02.2017 17:25:39" nytimes.com Oscars 2017: Test Your Knowledge You may not be sending John Glenn into space like the heroines of the best picture nominee “Hidden Figures,” but you've got some other important calculations to do: solve our annual Oscars quiz. Take our annual The Academy Awards quiz and see how well you do.
"23.02.2017 17:17:24" Nicholas Kristof Here's your chance to push back. I argue today that Democrats should target Trump, but be careful not to vilify all Trump voters. I think that's unfair and counterproductive. Let's chat. Nicholas Kristof is discussing his The New York Times Opinion Section column on people who voted for President Donald J. Trump. Leave your questions in the comments, and Nicholas will respond to some.
"23.02.2017 16:40:49" Live with Chase Iron Eyes, member of the Standing Rock Sioux T... Chase Iron Eyes, an American Indian activist and a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, is live from Canon Ball, North Dakota after yesterday's evacuation order by the Army Corps of Engineers and North Dakota's governor. If you have a question for
"23.02.2017 16:25:44" nytimes.com How Mark Cuban Hangs Onto His Money The outspoken owner of the Dallas Mavericks followed an out-there path toward wealth — and then took moves to protect it. Mark Cuban's secrets to his success? Luck, but also keeping his greed in check.
"23.02.2017 16:15:48" Bruce Davidson is one of the foremost photographers in American history. Over the years he has documented the Civil Rights Movement, a changing New York City and celebrities like Marilyn Monroe. We are at Bruce's Manhattan studio where he is discussing
"23.02.2017 16:14:09" Bruce Davidson is one of the foremost photographers in American history. Over the years he has documented the Civil Rights Movement, a changing New York City and celebrities like Marilyn Monroe. We are at Bruce's Manhattan studio where he is discussing
"23.02.2017 15:56:45" nytimes.com Democracy in America: How Is It Doing? A new research project will periodically survey political scientists on crucial measures of a functioning democracy, looking for change over time. We asked 1,571 political scientists: How is democracy doing?
"23.02.2017 15:55:18" In The Studio With Photographer Bruce Davidson Bruce Davidson is one of the foremost photographers in American history. Over the years he has documented the Civil Rights Movement, a changing New York City and celebrities like Marilyn Monroe. We are at Bruce's Manhattan studio where he is discussing
"23.02.2017 15:29:46" nytimes.com Paul Ryan Tours Texas Border Area Where Trump Wants a Wall The House speaker, who helps control the purse strings on Capitol Hill, has said he supports the same immigration policies as the White House. Speaker Paul Ryan's furtive visit comes at a time when a border wall is at the centerpiece of President Donald J. Trump's plans.
"23.02.2017 14:55:32" nytimes.com New York Police Lower Cost Estimate of Guarding Trump and His Tower The letter, dated Wednesday, provides detailed estimates about the Police Department's expenses associated with presidential security. On days when Donald J. Trump is not in the city, the department estimates that it costs $127,000 to $146,000 a day "to protect the first lady and her son while they reside in Trump Tower."
"23.02.2017 14:25:13" nytimes.com America's Aging Dams Are in Need of Repair Dam crises and failures in California and Nevada shed light on an aging American infrastructure. America's dams are showing their age.
"23.02.2017 13:55:00" nytimes.com McMaster May Reorganize Trump's Foreign Policy Team Once Again Mr. McMaster is weighing changes to an organization chart that generated consternation when it was issued last month. The new national security adviser is considering giving himself control of Homeland Security and full access to the military and intelligence agencies.
"23.02.2017 13:25:00" nytimes.com President Trump Takes Aim at the Environment Invoking a false argument about saving “many thousands” of jobs, the president has again retreated from responsibility. President Donald J. Trump "brandished executive pen and fresh hyperbole last week in blessing the coal industry's decades-old practice of freely dumping tons of debris into the streams and mountain hollows of America's mining communities," the Editorial
"23.02.2017 13:10:38" A Standing Rock Camp Is Burned Protesters at Standing Rock burned their structures as an "act of defiance" when ordered to vacate. The largest protest camp was cleared on Wednesday. Read more: http://nyti.ms/2l2MxGo #Daily360
"23.02.2017 12:55:01" nytimes.com An Anti-Black Slur on an Interracial Couple's Garage Stirs Tension in Connecticut The couple said the graffiti was the latest in a string of racially motivated insults directed at them, especially Mr. Charles, a Haitian immigrant The couple said they would keep the racist slur on their garage door until the police solve the crime. But the city warned them: Remove it, or face a $100-a-day fine.
"23.02.2017 12:40:01" nytimes.com Rex Tillerson Arrives in Mexico Facing Twin Threats to Relations President Trump's orders to deport immigrants in the United States illegally and an effort to review all American aid to Mexico complicate the secretary of state's task. Mexico's foreign minister said immigration directives will be "the first point on the agenda."
"23.02.2017 12:25:00" nytimes.com Jimmy Fallon Offers His Own 'Alternative Facts' Mr. Fallon presented what he called the White House version of the party game “two truths and a lie.” "He called the press 'the enemy of the American people.' And then the American people said, 'Nope, that would still be kale. No one likes kale.'" Jimmy Fallon said.
"23.02.2017 11:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Is Bad for Water and Puppies Maybe the president keeps talking crazy to divert attention from the fact that he doesn't have anything else to report. Donald J. Trump "vowed to get rid of useless regulations, and already he's opened the road for dirty Appalachian water and oil companies bribing other governments," Gail Collins writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"23.02.2017 11:47:01" nytimes.com 'The Daily': Last Shot to Leave ISIS From her hotel in Iraq, Rukmini Callimachi of The New York Times joins to talk about what she's seeing in the push against Islamic State forces in Mosul. "This is your last opportunity to quit your work with ISIS," read leaflets that were dropped from planes in Mosul. "Stay at home, raising the white flag as the forces approach."
"23.02.2017 10:55:01" nytimes.com ISIS Says British Militant Carried Out Suicide Attack in Iraq The claim immediately revived fears about foreign fighters who have moved to Syria or Iraq to join the group's ranks. The possibility that a former Guantánamo inmate had blown himself up in Iraq stirred outrage in British tabloids.
"23.02.2017 10:51:36" nytimes.com Cressida Dick Will Be First Woman to Lead Scotland Yard “This is a great responsibility and an amazing opportunity,” she said Wednesday in a statement. A onetime beat cop in London's West End was named the first female police commissioner in the force's 188-year-history.
"23.02.2017 10:25:00" nytimes.com The Big 'Brexit' Winners? Lobbyists and Lawyers Advisers from both the Leave and Remain camps are lining up to guide business and the government on its exit from the European Union. There is a race to hire what is known in the consultancy world as "Brexit talent."
"23.02.2017 09:53:00" nytimes.com With Big Red Stamp, Russia Singles Out What It Calls 'Fake' News The Foreign Ministry's website now highlights articles it considers to be false, but critics say that the ministry's designation should be considered a “medal.” "So to slap a red stamp and grandly say that something is 'fake' — this is what they call refutation these days?"
"23.02.2017 09:25:00" nytimes.com Top Aide to France's Le Pen is Held in Payments Inquiry In reaction to the news, Ms. Le Pen denied any wrongdoing in a case that she said was being used to undermine her campaign. The chief of staff for Marine Le Pen is being investigated over accusations that European Union money was misused.
"23.02.2017 08:55:00" nytimes.com Bad Hospital Design Is Making Us Sicker Evidence-based medical care needs evidence-based design. As hard as it might be for doctors to rest in the hospital, it's infinitely harder for patients.
"23.02.2017 08:25:01" nytimes.com Children's Books Live Illustration Illustrators join The Times's Maria Russo to demonstrate their work and talk children's books. Watch some leading children's books illustrators draw, paint, collage, and talk about books.
"23.02.2017 07:55:00" nytimes.com A Race to Document Rare Plants Before These Cliffs Are Ground to Dust The species native to Cambodia's limestone karsts exist nowhere else. Now these unique environments are being pulverized for cement. The species native to Cambodia's limestone karsts exist nowhere else. Now these unique environments are being pulverized for cement.
"23.02.2017 06:55:01" nytimes.com 52 Places to Go in 2017 | No. 29: Northwest Puerto Rico A new destination for surfers and foodies. Have you visited northwest Puerto Rico? What do you like to do there?
"23.02.2017 05:55:00" nytimes.com Meet the 5 Trump Administrations Add them up and see if they work together. "The undisputed boss of Trump Crazy is chief strategist Steve Bannon," Thomas Friedman writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"23.02.2017 05:25:01" nytimes.com Police Fear Trump Immigration Orders May Handcuff Effort to Fight Gangs Some officials in a Long Island town where criminals with Salvadoran links have killed five teenagers fear it will make solving crimes harder. Others see an important tool. “If people think they're going to get deported every time they speak to a police officer, it's not helpful.”
"23.02.2017 04:55:01" nytimes.com How to Decide Which Headphones to Buy (Hint: Not Apple's AirPods) With so many choices available, shopping for earphones can be daunting. A headphone editor suggests buying two cheaper pairs suited to different needs. We narrow down the options for you.
"23.02.2017 04:25:02" nytimes.com F.B.I. Interviews Tell of Cleric's Role in Plot to Bomb Plane Anwar al-Awlaki, a Qaeda leader and American killed in a drone strike, inspired and advised Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, who tried to take down a plane with explosives in his underwear. The so-called underwear bomber told the FBI about his effort to attack a plane. We waged a 2-year legal fight to learn what he said.
"23.02.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com Democrats' Best Bet to Retake the House? Follow the Sun The voters who decided the last election might not decide the next. The road to a Democratic House starts in Orange County in California. The road to a Democratic House starts in California's Orange County.
"23.02.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com Lincoln Center Turns Away Woman Wearing Anti-Trump Sign Jenny Heinz, 72, refused to remove a sign affixed to the back of her jacket that said: “NO! In the name of humanity we refuse to accept a fascist America.” Jenny Heinz refused to remove a sign affixed to the back of her jacket that said: “NO! In the name of humanity we refuse to accept a fascist America.”
"23.02.2017 02:55:00" nytimes.com Lake Berryessa's Spiraling Floodwater Mesmerizes the Locals Heavy rain is causing about two million gallons of water a minute to flow into the California lake's bellmouth spillway. It's hard to take your eyes off it.
"23.02.2017 02:25:00" nytimes.com Inside Uber's Aggressive, Unrestrained Workplace Culture A former employee's blog post has raised questions about the limits of meritocracy at Uber and how much executives knew about the treatment of employees. Managers groping employees. Homophobic slurs. Threats over performance. An inside look at Uber's workplace culture.
"23.02.2017 02:02:21" #RaceNYT How are colleges and universities addressing their racist legacies? NYT reporters Rachel Swarns and John Eligon are speaking with Erika Hairston and Elisia Ceballo-Countryman, 2 Yale University students who helped persuade administrators to change the
"23.02.2017 01:55:01" nytimes.com Kim Jong-nam's Death: A Geopolitical Whodunit Circumstantial evidence points to a North Korean hand in the assassination. And that could complicate Pyongyang's relationship with China, its main ally. Kim Jong-nam's killers may have used 2 poisons that when mixed proved deadly. Is that why the killers didn't die?
"23.02.2017 01:25:01" Russell: 'Being Black And Having An Accent Was Two Strikes' For a black immigrant family from Panama, the election of Barack Obama seemed impossible. When it happened, it was a moment of profound joy.
What does it mean to be American? 9 people shared their stories with NYT and POV: http://nyti.ms/2lncK6u
"23.02.2017 01:03:09" nytimes.com Trump Administration Rescinds Rules on Bathrooms for Transgender Students The administration rescinded rules that allowed students to use the bathrooms of their choice at school, an order that caused an internal rift. Breaking News: The Trump administration rescinded protections for transgender students that allowed them to use bathrooms of their choice.
"23.02.2017 00:55:01" nytimes.com Why Art Matters to America The National Endowment for the Arts invests in the intelligence and curiosity of our citizens. "Eliminating the National Endowment for the Arts would eliminate investment by the U.S. government in the curiosity and intelligence of its citizens." (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"23.02.2017 00:25:01" nytimes.com Joe Biden Campaigns for Delaware Candidate in Crucial State Race Mr. Biden has thrown himself into a contest fought on the smallest of political stages: an off-year special election for a seat in the State Senate. Joe Biden has returned to the campaign trail with a zeal that has surprised even local Democrats.
"22.02.2017 23:56:06" nytimes.com Men, Is Exercise Putting a Damper on Your Sex Life? Men who exercise strenuously may have a lower libido than those whose workouts are lighter, a new study found. Men who exercise strenuously may have a lower libido than those whose workouts are lighter, a new study found.
"22.02.2017 23:25:01" nytimes.com Trump's Immigration Policies Explained The administration has significantly hardened the country's policies regarding illegal immigration. Here are some of the most significant elements of the new approach. Here are the major elements of President Trump's new immigration policies.
"22.02.2017 22:55:00" nytimes.com Death on the Night Shift in Duterte's Manila A handful of reporters and photographers dedicate their nights to following the trail of blood in the Philippines' deadly drug war. "Only 5 people had turned up dead. It was a slow evening." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"22.02.2017 22:25:00" 7 New Planets Could Host Alien Life "Finding a second Earth is not just a matter of if, but when." Astronomers discovered 7 new planets that are promising targets in the search for alien life. Read more: http://nyti.ms/2lMq5Wq
"22.02.2017 21:55:00" nytimes.com New Trips for the Bike's Bicentennial Trips for cyclists in 2017 include itineraries in France, Britain and Ireland, and Canada. Happy 200th birthday to the bicycle.
"22.02.2017 21:25:00" nytimes.com I Am a Member of the Muslim Brotherhood, Not a Terrorist I am in prison for our commitment to peaceful political change. The Muslim Brotherhood has made mistakes. But we are not terrorists. Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"22.02.2017 21:10:01" Town Hall Meetings Heat Up Voters gave Republican lawmakers a piece of their mind at contentious town halls. #Daily360
"22.02.2017 20:55:00" nytimes.com Colbert Rides a Trump Wave, While Fallon Treads Water On two late-night talk shows, a relatively soft approach and a more pointed one have emerged in comedy about the new president. After President Donald J. Trump's news conference, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon both got out their knives.
The difference? Colbert brought a carving knife, and Fallon brought a butter knife.
"22.02.2017 20:33:55" The New York Times Food We're visiting Hometown, a BBQ joint in Red Hook that's among the restaurants The NYT credits for transforming New York “from barbecue desert to rib heaven.” We're with the chef and owner, Billy Durney. Comment with your questions, and Sam Sifton, our Join us for a tasty tour of Hometown, a BBQ restaurant in Red Hook credited with bringing barbecue to New York. Comment with your questions, and NYT food editor Sam Sifton will ask some.
"22.02.2017 20:25:00" nytimes.com Pineapple Pizza Tests Limits of Presidential Power in Iceland Iceland's president told high school students that that pizza topped with pineapple should be outlawed. Fans of the topping were outraged. Iceland's president apologized in Icelandic and English after he said pineapple pizza should be outlawed. Despite the controversy, his approval ratings have remained high.
"22.02.2017 19:55:00" nytimes.com A History of Race and Racism in America, in 24 Chapters A decade-by-decade history of race and racism in America, compiled by a National Book Award Winner. National Book Foundation award winner Ibram Kendi chose an influential book on race for each decade of America's existence.
"22.02.2017 19:25:00" nytimes.com Tracking Trump's Agenda, Step by Step A tracker of the latest status of President Trump's major priorities. A running guide to President Donald J. Trump's policy goals, step by step.
"22.02.2017 18:55:00" nytimes.com Under Golden Arches in Italy, a Tract of Roman Road Rather than rebury the ancient route discovered during construction of a McDonald's near the capital, the fast-food chain worked with archaeologists to make it accessible. Order a Big Mac, and get a side of history.
"22.02.2017 18:25:11" nytimes.com After Travel Ban, Interest in Trips to U.S. Declines Searches for flights to the United States and inquiries about trips have decreased since President Trump issued a travel ban in late January. The demand for travel to the U.S. has taken a nosedive.
If you live outside the U.S. are you reconsidering traveling to the States because of the executive order?
"22.02.2017 18:04:30" nytimes.com 7 Earth-Size Planets Identified in Orbit Around a Dwarf Star Astronomers are excited by the discovery, which suggests that some of these exoplanets — planets around stars other than the sun — could support life and may be awash in oceans. Breaking News: 7 newly identified planets orbiting a nearby star offer a realistic chance to seek signs of life beyond the solar system.
"22.02.2017 17:55:02" nytimes.com Bao Bao the Panda Leaves the Beltway Behind to Breed in China The National Zoo gave Bao Bao a Washington send-off, with her own motorcade. As part of an agreement, pandas born in the zoo must leave for China by age 4. Bye bye Bao Bao.
"22.02.2017 17:25:00" nytimes.com Fight Erupts in Trump Administration Over Transgender Students' Rights Though an official order from the administration was expected to be released as early as Wednesday, Sessions and DeVos were still disputing the final language. A fight over transgender students' rights has erupted in The White House, pitting Jeff Sessions against Betsy DeVos.
"22.02.2017 16:55:00" nytimes.com A Top Mets Prospect Let Baseball Wait Until School Was Done Amed Rosario of the Dominican Republic stands out for his hitting and foot speed — and for finishing high school before pursuing a baseball career. At 16, he signed with the Mets for $1.75 million. His father negotiated the deal.
"22.02.2017 16:26:29" nytimes.com The Pruitt Emails: E.P.A. Chief Was Arm in Arm With Industry Thousands of pages of emails show that Mr. Pruitt, as Oklahoma attorney general, worked closely with companies to battle environmental regulation. Scott Pruitt closely coordinated with major oil and gas producers to weaken federal environmental regulations — the same rules he will now oversee at U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
"22.02.2017 16:05:31" The New York Times - Theater Join us for a live performance by Lisa Batiashvili, a Georgian violinist whom The Times calls “a complete musician.” Comment with your questions for Lisa, and NYT reporter Joshua Barone will ask some of his own. Join us for a live performance by Lisa Batiashvili, a Georgian violinist whom The Times calls “a complete musician.” Comment with your questions for Lisa, and NYT reporter Joshua Barone will ask some.
"22.02.2017 15:55:00" nytimes.com Should You Feel Moved to Wax Rhapsodic at the Mall ... The Mall of America in Minnesota becomes the latest to hold a contest to appoint a writer-in-residence. The Mall of America is looking for a writer-in-residence to "spend five days deeply immersed in the mall atmosphere while writing on-the-fly impressions."
"22.02.2017 15:30:15" Exhibition Tour: "Paris Refashioned, 1957 - 1968” We're at the Museum at FIT to see the exhibition “Paris Refashioned, 1957 - 1968.” The curator, Colleen Hill, is giving us a tour and explaining how designers like Yves Saint Laurent and Andre Courreges changed the look of their time. Leave questions in
"22.02.2017 15:25:00" nytimes.com End to Police 'High Five Fridays' at Schools Roils a Massachusetts Town A program in Northampton in which officers would greet elementary school students ended after a month in response to some children feeling uncomfortable. Police officers used to high-five kids every Friday in Northampton. Not anymore.
"22.02.2017 15:12:06" The New York Times Books Cartoonist James Sturm is here with us to draw some live comics and talk about his work, including his recent picture books “Birdsong” and “Ape and Armadillo.” What would you like him to draw? Make requests and ask questions in the comments, and NYT Cartoonist James Sturm is here with us to draw some live comics and talk about his work, including his recent picture books “Birdsong” and “Ape and Armadillo.” Put your questions and cartooning requests in the comments, and NYT children's books editor
"22.02.2017 15:10:00" nytimes.com A.T.F. Filled Secret Bank Account With Millions From Shadowy Cigarette Sales An off-the-books operation, meant to finance undercover work, is the subject of a lawsuit that has been kept nearly entirely sealed for years. Working from an office behind a Burger King in southern Virginia, ATF agents used a web of shadowy cigarette sales to funnel tens of millions of dollars into a secret bank account.
"22.02.2017 14:55:00" nytimes.com A Deadline Looms for Dakota Protesters to Leave Campsite Construction of the pipeline resumed this month with President Trump's blessing. Activists in North Dakota have until Wednesday afternoon to leave a camp on the banks of the Missouri.
"22.02.2017 14:27:20" nytimes.com My Visit to the ISIS Front Line Last month the Iraqi government recovered the eastern part of Mosul, a major victory against the Islamic State. A reporter visited the front line. "ISIS is so close that it has killed civilians using bombs on drones. Attacks happen every day."
"22.02.2017 13:58:18" nytimes.com Bill Maher, Faulted for Booking Milo Yiannopoulos, Takes Credit for His Fall In an interview, Mr. Maher spoke about having the right-wing personality on his show “Real Time,” and why he will continue to seek out provocative conservative guests. "Sunlight is the best disinfectant," Bill Maher said in an interview. "You're welcome."
"22.02.2017 13:25:01" nytimes.com Trump Appears Set to Reverse Protections for Transgender Students Civil rights advocates said that the possible rollback of protections, which could come as soon as Wednesday, would represent a major step backward after the enormous progress made by gay and transgender people in recent years. Donald J. Trump 's administration signaled an announcement as to whether transgender students should be able to use the bathroom of their choice.
"22.02.2017 12:55:01" nytimes.com Mr. Trump's 'Deportation Force' Prepares an Assault on American Values Homeland Security reveals its plan to vastly expand the enforcement machinery. "The targets now don't even have to be criminals," the Editorial Board writes in the The New York Times Opinion Section.
"22.02.2017 12:43:47" nytimes.com Joe Scarborough Breaks Down Trump for Stephen Colbert Mr. Scarborough, host of “Morning Joe,” said during an appearance on “The Late Show” that he thought President Trump would have to change his approach to governing. "I think if he continues the way he continued the first month, I just don't think it's sustainable. And I don't think it'll last four years," Joe Scarborough said about President Donald J. Trump on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
"22.02.2017 12:40:48" nytimes.com Ukraine Lawmaker Who Worked With Trump Associates Faces Treason Inquiry Prosecutors are weighing charges against Andrii V. Artemenko, who worked on a back-channel plan to settle Ukraine's conflicts with Russia. In January, the lawmaker discussed a back-channel plan with Donald J. Trump's personal lawyer and with a Russian-American business associate of The Trump Organization.
"22.02.2017 12:25:00" nytimes.com I Ignored Trump News for a Week. Here's What I Learned. Coverage of President Trump may eclipse that of any single human being ever. I discovered several truths about our digital media ecosystem when I tuned it out. It is likely that no living person in history has ever been as famous as Donald J. Trump is right now, Farhad Manjoo writes.
"22.02.2017 11:55:00" nytimes.com Could Trump Really Deport Millions of Unauthorized Immigrants? Sorting through the confusing sets of numbers in Trump's deportation plan. Donald J. Trump would likely need help from local law enforcement, but many cities and counties have limited their cooperation with federal authorities.
"22.02.2017 11:18:00" nytimes.com 'The Daily': Unambiguous Enforcement for an Unambiguous Law What we know and don't know about the Trump administration's new plan for undocumented immigrants. Are 11 million people suddenly facing deportation?
"22.02.2017 10:55:00" nytimes.com Judge Blocks Medicaid Cuts to Planned Parenthood in Texas The ruling means that, for now, 30 health centers that serve about 12,500 Medicaid patients can continue to receive funding from the medical program that serves the poor. The case is set to go to trial, where the judge can rule on its merits. The judge ruled that the state had presented no credible evidence to support claims that Planned Parenthood violated medical or ethical standards related to abortion procedures.
"22.02.2017 10:29:56" Town Hall Meetings Heat Up Some Republican lawmakers faced hostile audiences at town hall meetings. Read more: http://nyti.ms/2mbaQUi #Daily360
"22.02.2017 09:57:00" nytimes.com From Trump, the Nationalist, a Trail of Global Trademarks A review of foreign trademarks registered to President Trump's companies gives clues to a globe-spanning strategy and potential conflicts of interest. Donald J. Trump has cast himself as the anti-globalist president. But Donald Trump, the businessman, is a different story.
"22.02.2017 09:25:00" nytimes.com Senior North Korean Diplomat Is Sought in Death of Kim Jong-nam The revelations are sure to escalate pressure on North Korea over the killing at the Kuala Lumpur airport on Feb. 13, which South Korea has branded a terrorist attack. The police said the attackers had been trained to wipe toxins on Kim Jong-nam's face and then wash their hands.
"22.02.2017 08:55:01" nytimes.com Danes Fighting for ISIS Were Paid Welfare Benefits, Government Says Denmark said a number of citizens receiving government pensions had traveled to Syria to take up arms for ISIS, as anti-immigration sentiment grew. The Danish government has been inadvertently paying benefits to citizens fighting for ISIS.
"22.02.2017 08:25:00" Get a 360-degree sketchbook view of the Korean Demilitarized Zone from the illustrator and artist Christoph Niemann. http://nyti.ms/2kJm8lp
"22.02.2017 07:55:00" nytimes.com Scammers in China Fake Road Injuries, but Cameras Capture the Truth Fraudsters are throwing themselves in front of cars or buses to extort money from motorists, but the results are often unconvincing. How some scam artists in China make money by faking a traffic accident.
"22.02.2017 06:55:00" nytimes.com Deep in Brazil's Amazon, Exploring the Ruins of Ford's Fantasyland The town of Fordlândia, founded in 1928 by Henry Ford, stands as a crumbling testament to the folly of trying to bend the jungle to the will of man. Henry Ford created a utopian city in Brazil's jungle in the 1920s. Then came riots. Epidemics. And leaf blight.
"22.02.2017 06:25:00" nytimes.com And 165 Years From Now... What will a wedding announcement look like 165 years from now? Here's one idea. Curtis Sittenfeld and her husband take a crack at what a Times wedding announcement will look like in 165 years.
"22.02.2017 05:55:00" nytimes.com California Secession Advocate Faces Scrutiny Over Where He's Based: Russia Louis J. Marinelli says that he had practical reasons for moving to Russia while running the Yes California movement and that he has no ties to the Russian government. The leader of California's secession movement lives in ... Russia.
"22.02.2017 05:25:00" nytimes.com Bull Flees Queens Slaughterhouse, but the Reprieve Is Brief A bull escaped from a slaughterhouse in Queens and eluded the police for more than two hours before being captured and taken to a shelter, where it died. A bull escaped from a slaughterhouse and was free on the streets for 2 hours, but died after being captured.
"22.02.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com 3 Generals Bound by Iraq Will Guide Trump on Security H. R. McMaster will join Jim Mattis and John F. Kelly at the table in the Situation Room, steering a new president through the crosscurrents of a stormy world. In a first, military veterans have all 3 security jobs. Their generation is steeped in the lessons of the post-9/11 conflicts.
"22.02.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com At Jewish Cemetery, Seeking Answers Amid Heartbreak People came to Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery to see if their loved ones' graves were vandalized. And Jewish leaders pondered the extent of anti-Semitism. “This does not feel like a coincidence. We cannot allow acts of hate against anyone to become normal.”
"22.02.2017 03:58:00" nytimes.com Trump Uses His Tee Times for a Mix of Diplomacy and Recreation While President Trump has spent six of his 31 days in office on the links, White House officials have played down his golf outings. President Trump has been in office for 31 days. He's spent one-fifth of them on a golf course.
"22.02.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com The Russification of America When it's unclear whether America or Russia is more credible, the world is heading for trouble. "Russia runs on lies. It's alternative-fact central. But what happens when the U.S. begins to be infected with Russian disease?" Roger Cohen asks in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"22.02.2017 02:55:00" Bao Bao, who was born at the National Zoo in Washington in 2013, is on her way to Chengdu, China, where she will participate in a breeding program. http://nyti.ms/2kXLjfh
"22.02.2017 02:40:01" nytimes.com In Pursuit of a More Inclusive Wedding Section The Wedding section of The New York Times has had some success in featuring a more diverse selection of newlyweds over th... You don't need wealthy parents or an ancestor who came over on the Mayflower to have your love stories featured in our wedding pages. Send us your submissions.
"22.02.2017 02:25:43" nytimes.com Building Trust Cuts Violence. Cash Also Helps. A straightforward deal with young gunmen to turn peaceful is succeeding in a California city long known for its violence. A group of the most dangerous gun offenders in Richmond, California, were invited to join a peacemaking program — and handed $1,000 in cash after their first meeting. Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"22.02.2017 01:55:00" Rebuilding a Highway Through a Denver Community Step into the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood where a contentious billion-dollar expansion for Interstate 70 calls for the demolition of homes and businesses in the community.
"22.02.2017 01:40:01" nytimes.com Congressional Town Hall: Of Tums, Death Panels and 'Shut Your Hole' Several Republicans are hearing from constituents on Tuesday, and reporters for The New York Times are there to gauge the sentiment. Voters are giving Republican lawmakers a piece of their mind at 4 contentious town halls. “This is democracy in action.”
"22.02.2017 01:25:00" Photos from The New York Times's post In the 1920s, one of the world's richest men tried to turn a colossal swath of Brazilian jungle into a Midwest fantasyland.
A visit to Fordlândia: http://nyti.ms/2mj4std
Photos: Bryan Denton for The New York Times
"22.02.2017 00:55:01" nytimes.com Milo Is the Mini-Donald Yiannopoulos's true cause is himself. Sound familiar? "Milo Yiannopoulos's true cause is himself. Sound familiar?" Frank Bruni asks in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"22.02.2017 00:25:00" “We were prepared for certain fights with the Clinton administration. We had our fights with the Obama administration. You know, this is a whole different ballgame.”
A group of lawyers scramble to get their clients into the United States, while preparing
"21.02.2017 23:55:00" nytimes.com Move Left, Democrats Focus on progressive Obama coalition defectors, not on conservative white working-class voters. The way Democrats can win back voters is by being more progressive, not less, Steve Phillips writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"21.02.2017 23:25:00" nytimes.com Warhol's Death: Not So Simple, After All An operation may have seemed routine, but Dr. John Ryan, a medical historian and retired surgeon, said this was major surgery “in a very sick person.” Andy Warhol's death shouldn't be seen as such a surprise.
"21.02.2017 22:55:00" nytimes.com In Open Letter, 65 Writers and Artists Urge Trump to Reconsider Visa Ban The letter, written by PEN America, reads in part: “Vibrant, open intercultural dialogue is indispensable in the fight against terror and oppression.” "Preventing international artists from contributing to American cultural life will not make America safer, and will damage its international prestige and influence," the letter reads. "Not only will such a policy prevent great artists from performing, but
"21.02.2017 22:25:00" nytimes.com We Avoid News We Don't Like. Some Trump-Era Evidence. A study by researchers at Chartbeat suggests that news consumers gloss over news stories they might not want to know about. How do readers react to political news they don't like? They seem to just ignore it.
"21.02.2017 22:10:53" Live From a Florida Town Hall We are in Clermont, Fl., about 20 miles west of Orlando, where Rep. Dennis Ross is holding a town hall with his constituents. Voters around the country have been pouring into town halls to talk about some of their grievances. Lizette Alvarez, NYT
"21.02.2017 22:10:00" instagram.com Instagram post by New York Times Archives • Feb 21, 2017 at 6:09pm UTC 38 Likes, 1 Comments - New York Times Archives (@nytarchives) on Instagram: “Malcolm X was sleeping when firebombs crashed through his living room windows just before 3 3 a.m.…” In February 1965, a Times photographer captured the charred wreckage inside Malcolm X's house after firebombs crashed through his living room windows.
A week later — 52 years ago today — Malcolm X was assassinated.
Photo: Don Hogan Charles/The New
"21.02.2017 21:40:00" Firsthand Account: The Assassination of Malcolm X Malcolm X was killed 52 years ago today at a rally in New York City. Hear from a witness and visit the site of the assassination — in the past and the present.
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"21.02.2017 21:25:01" nytimes.com Clashes in Stockholm Suburb Draw Attention to Trump's Remarks The episode between the police and residents came two days after President Trump made provocative claims about migration and crime in Sweden. Residents in a Stockholm suburb predominantly inhabited by immigrants clashed with officers, 2 days after President Donald J. Trump criticized Sweden's migration policies.
"21.02.2017 21:05:01" Victim of Alleged Forced-Labor Ring Speaks Out This construction worker in New York says he was treated as slave labor by China Rilin Construction Group, a company that is under scrutiny now as its former executive Dan Zhong faces criminal allegations about the way the company treated workers.
"21.02.2017 20:45:00" nytimes.com Goalie Eats Pie and Loses His Job, While Bettors' Wallets Fatten The backup goalkeeper for Sutton, Wayne Shaw, said he knew about a bet on whether he'd have a pie during the match and had eaten because of it. He was caught on camera dining on a meat and potato pie on the sidelines. Today he was forced to resign.
"21.02.2017 20:29:33" The New York Times - Theater We are at the The Metropolitan Opera with renowned Mexican tenor Javier Camarena, who is onstage in "I Puritani" through the end of February. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Joshua Barone will ask some of them. We are live with Mexican tenor Javier Camarena at The Metropolitan Opera. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Joshua Barone will ask some.
"21.02.2017 20:15:00" nytimes.com Milo Yiannopoulos Resigns From Breitbart News After Pedophilia Comments After a storm of criticism, the conservative, polemical editor left the website, saying the move was “mine alone.” Milo Yiannopoulos's resignation from Breitbart News came days after a video showed him condoning sexual relations between men and boys as young as 13.
"21.02.2017 19:55:00" nytimes.com Trying to Stanch Trinidad's Flow of Young Recruits to ISIS Officials in Trinidad and Tobago are scrambling to close a pipeline that has sent a steady stream of Muslims to Syria to take up arms for the Islamic State. A disproportionately large number of young ISIS fighters heads to Syria from Trinidad and Tobago.
"21.02.2017 19:25:00" nytimes.com Marriages May Come and Go, but Announcements are Forever How one woman buried her announcement after a divorce so prospective dates wouldn't find it. That is, until she met someo... Julie Spira had what she calls a "starter marriage." It lasted about a year. But her Times wedding announcement is forever.
"21.02.2017 18:56:39" New York Today We're in Manhattan visiting the salon of Nicholas Piazza, a custom wig maker who for four decades has made wigs out of natural hair for celebrities, cancer patients and other clients. He's showing us how a wig is made and will talk about the business of Join us at the salon of Nicholas Piazza, a custom wig maker who for four decades has been making wigs for celebrities, cancer patients and other clients. He's showing us how a wig is made and will talk about the business of natural hair dealing. Comment
"21.02.2017 18:55:00" nytimes.com How Big Do You Want Your Nest Egg to Be? A sampling indicates people's calculations typically range into seven (or even eight) figures. But one woman says $36,000 a year would be just fine. How much is "enough" to live the life you want? $500,000? $1 million? Share your number in the comments and how you came up with it.
"21.02.2017 18:25:00" 'It's Literally Because of the Way I Look' In middle school, her classmates made it clear that her Chinese appearance made her different. That experience has been repeated throughout her life.
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"21.02.2017 17:55:04" nytimes.com The Worst That Could Happen? Going Blind, People Say When eyesight fails, some people become socially disengaged, leading to isolation and loneliness. Perhaps the key message to emerge from studies of vision loss is the importance of having a thorough eye checkup at least once every 2 years.
"21.02.2017 17:25:05" nytimes.com Trump's Russia Motives He has business ties, political ties and ideological ties to Putin's Russia, and it's up to the Senate and the F.B.I. to clarify them. "The Republicans who run the Senate and the F.B.I. need to pursue their investigations without the friendly deference they have generally shown to Trump so far. If they don't, it will be left for patriotic leakers, and journalists, to make sure the truth
"21.02.2017 17:11:27" Nicholas Kristof Taking your questions about whether we can get rid of President Trump early, if so, how--and whether this is even an appropriate question. Grill me. Nicholas Kristof, a The New York Times Opinion Section columnist, is sharing his thoughts on an impeachment of President Donald J. Trump. Share your thoughts and questions in the comments.
"21.02.2017 16:55:04" nytimes.com For-Profit Schools, an Obama Target, See New Day Under Trump The Education Department, whose scrutiny has led hundreds of campuses to close, is now led by Betsy DeVos, who has investments in the industry. Top officials in Washington who spearheaded a relentless crackdown on for-profit college companies have been replaced by others who have profited from them.
"21.02.2017 16:26:54" nytimes.com New Trump Deportation Rules Allow Far More Expulsions The rules authorize expelling undocumented immigrants who have committed even minor offenses. And they make it easier to deport people immediately. Breaking News: The Trump administration's new immigration policy greatly expands the categories of people subject to deportation.
"21.02.2017 16:25:00" nytimes.com Hillary Clinton's in the House Mrs. Clinton has been attending Broadway shows for years, often when she has had a personal connection to an artist, a producer, or to a show's subject matter. For Broadway audiences, Hillary Clinton has become a familiar sight — and another reason to applaud.
"21.02.2017 15:55:20" nytimes.com Trump Speaks Out Against Anti-Semitism He made the comments after drawing criticism in recent days for failing to condemn the rise of anti-Jewish threats and actions. President Donald J. Trump spoke out for the first time about a rising number of incidents and threats targeting Jewish people and institutions since he was inaugurated.
"21.02.2017 15:25:00" nytimes.com Cosmos Controversy: The Universe Is Expanding, but How Fast? A small discrepancy in the value of a long-sought number has fostered a debate about just how well we know the cosmos. There is a crisis brewing in the cosmos, or perhaps in the community of cosmologists.
"21.02.2017 15:10:01" nytimes.com Vitaly Churkin, Russia's U.N. Ambassador, Dies at 64 Mr. Churkin, something of a legend in diplomatic circles with a caustic, wry wit, served at a time of mounting tensions between Washington and the Kremlin. The Russian ambassador to the United Nations died while at work in Manhattan.
"21.02.2017 14:55:00" nytimes.com This Century Is Broken The decline of economic growth is at the bottom of ethnic nationalism's rise, faith in democracy's fall and world order's dissipation. "The central task for many of us now is not to resist Donald J. Trump. He'll seal his own fate. It's to figure out how to replace him — how to respond to the slow growth and social disaffection that gave rise to him with some radically different policy
"21.02.2017 14:40:01" nytimes.com Police in Barcelona Shoot at Stolen Truck Loaded With Gas Canisters The police said that the driver had been taken into custody. They described him as a 32-year-old man with a Swedish passport who was not a resident of Barcelona, but did not identify him further. The police opened fire after the driver of a stolen truck carrying butane gas refused to stop.
"21.02.2017 14:25:00" nytimes.com Protesters Ready for Trump's First Visit to New York as President "The visual of Trump coming back to New York would be the Fifth Avenue of Manhattan flooded with people angrily protesting just about everything that Donald Trump has done — I don't think he wants to create that visual." Donald J. Trump has still not set foot in New York City as president, puzzling and emboldening some protesters.
"21.02.2017 13:55:00" nytimes.com Elor Azaria, Israeli Soldier Who Killed Wounded Assailant, Gets 18 Months in Prison The case has divided Israelis and prompted calls for a pardon. An Israeli soldier who shot an incapacitated Palestinian attacker in the head was sentenced to 18 months in prison.
"21.02.2017 13:34:17" NYT Politics Join us before Senator Chuck Grassley, a republican Senator from Iowa, kicks off a town hall. Grassley and other lawmakers are currently on recess and have returned home to talk to constituents. Leave you questions in the comments, and NYT reporter Thomas We're at a town hall meeting in Iowa Falls. Join us before Senator Chuck Grassley begins speaking with constituents to find out what issues they're hoping to talk about today. Comment with questions, and NYT reporter Thomas Kaplan will ask some.
"21.02.2017 13:25:12" nytimes.com Contradicting Trump on Russia: Russian Officials President Trump has insisted his campaign had no contact with Russian officials — denials that stand at odds with the utterances of Russian officials themselves. President Donald J. Trump has insisted his campaign had no contact with Russia. The denial stands at odds with statements by Russian officials.
"21.02.2017 12:55:01" nytimes.com What to Watch: Republicans Return to Town Halls, and Protesters Follow A number of Republicans will be hearing from constituents on Tuesday, and New York Times reporters will be there to gauge the sentiment. Republicans home for the congressional recess have been greeted with an earful at town hall-style meetings.
"21.02.2017 12:25:01" nytimes.com A Working Holiday for Colbert and Meyers Most late-night hosts took a break on Presidents' Day. But Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers spent it roasting the president. Seth Meyers: "Senator John McCain criticized President Trump's attack on the media yesterday and said that stifling the press is how dictators get started. Said Trump: 'Cool, and then what do they do next?' [holds up imaginary notepad]"
"21.02.2017 11:55:00" nytimes.com Is the 'Deep State' to Blame for White House Leaks? The source of recent government leaks may be something that could define this new presidency as much as the president himself. Is there an organized network trying to undermine the Donald J. Trump presidency from inside the American government?
"21.02.2017 10:55:01" nytimes.com Ivanka Trump Calls for Tolerance After Threats on Jewish Centers The tweet was Ms. Trump's most vocal foray into a public discussion and was made over an issue her allies say she feels personally. Ivanka Trump called for "religious tolerance" after 11 separate bomb scares were called into Jewish community centers around the U.S.
"21.02.2017 10:25:00" nytimes.com How Donald Trump Might Save the E.U. President Chaos has made Europeans nervous about taking risks on right-wing populists. "Donald J. Trump's victory made the European far right more aggressive and arrogant, while at the same time reducing the willingness of undecided voters to take a chance on radical alternatives." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"21.02.2017 09:55:00" nytimes.com Europe Combats a New Foe of Political Stability: Fake News The rise of sophisticated hacks and a torrent of fake news coincide with angry populist movements across the Continent, and officials are nervous. "Many people don't trust institutions anymore," the managing editor of El País said. "We see fake news coming from everywhere."
"21.02.2017 09:26:04" nytimes.com Milo Yiannopoulos's Pedophilia Comments Cost Him CPAC Role and Book Deal The publication of a video in which the contentious Breitbart News editor condoned sexual relations with boys seemed to be more than conference organizers could tolerate. In a leaked video, Milo Yiannopoulos condones sexual relations with boys as young as 13 and laughs off the seriousness of pedophilia by Roman Catholic priests.
"21.02.2017 06:51:00" nytimes.com Disappearing Seagrass Protects Against Pathogens, Even Climate Change, Scientists Find An ecological cornerstone is vanishing rapidly from the oceans, and scientists fear the consequences for climate change, fisheries and disease. Seagrass meadows are vanishing at a rate of a football field every 30 minutes. They are crucial to healthy oceans, and to your health, too.
"21.02.2017 06:10:00" nytimes.com Liberals Are Still Angry, but Merrick Garland Has Reached Acceptance The thwarted Supreme Court nominee is back at his old job and has not spoken publicly of any frustration, and his friends say they are more aggrieved than he is. Merrick Garland is doing fine, considering.
"21.02.2017 05:17:00" nytimes.com The Road, or Flight, From Detention to Deportation Any undocumented immigrant convicted of a crime or believed to have committed “acts that constitute a chargeable criminal offense” — essentially, anyone who is suspected of a crime, but has not yet been charged — is now at the top of the list. For undocumented immigrants, the path between detention and deportation is sometimes long and usually twisted.
"21.02.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com When Retirement Comes With a Daily Dose of Cannabis Older Americans are increasingly turning to pot to treat their aches and pains. The trend raises questions about effectiveness, safety and accessibility. Ruth Brunn finally said yes to marijuana. She is 98.
"21.02.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com Mar-a-Lago Neighbors Discover Costs of Trump's Visits For some of the businesses near President Trump's “Winter White House” at Mar-a-Lago, his frequent visits mean lost revenue. President Donald J. Trump's frequent vists to Mar-a-Lago mean lost revenue for some of the local businesses.
"21.02.2017 03:20:00" nytimes.com In Response to Trump, a Dutch Minister Launches 'She Decides' Liliane Ploumen, a trade minister in the Netherlands, mobilized support for global family-planning groups threatened by an executive order from President Trump. "You would have expected that in 2017 the rights of women and girls to be the masters of their own bodies and their own sexual lives would be something matter-of-fact."
"21.02.2017 02:55:00" nytimes.com On Economic Arrogance Why do Republicans imagine they can deliver growth? "Never mind whether slashing taxes on billionaires while giving scammers and polluters the freedom to scam and pollute is good for the economy as a whole; it's clearly good for billionaires, scammers, and polluters," Paul Krugman writes in The New York
"21.02.2017 02:25:00" nytimes.com In a Walt Whitman Novel, Lost for 165 Years, Clues to 'Leaves of Grass' A digital sleuth has discovered an anonymously published 1852 serial novel by the poet, which survived in only a single copy of an obscure newspaper. Walt Whitman's "Life and Adventures of Jack Engle," which was discovered by student, is being republished.
"21.02.2017 01:55:01" nytimes.com The Pelicans Stole DeMarcus Cousins and Might Shake Up the West With a trade that cost very little, New Orleans is suddenly looking like the team that best exploits Golden State's weaknesses. The New Orleans Pelicans stole DeMarcus Cousins, creating one of the most formidable frontcourts in NBA history.
"21.02.2017 01:22:03" nytimes.com Ex-Officer in Philippines Says He Led Death Squad at Duterte's Behest Arthur Lascañas became the second professed hit man to accuse President Rodrigo Duterte of having sponsored the extrajudicial killings of crime and drug suspects. "All the killings that we committed in Davao City, whether they were buried or thrown in the sea, were paid for by Mayor Duterte," a retired police officer said.
"21.02.2017 00:55:00" nytimes.com Talk of Terror Listing for Muslim Brotherhood Alarms Some Arab Allies One problem with any potential blanket designation of the Muslim Brotherhood is that the group takes different forms in different countries. In Morocco, it would tip a delicate political balance. In Jordan, it could prevent U.S. diplomats from meeting with opposition leaders.
"21.02.2017 00:25:00" cooking.nytimes.com Lasagna Recipe In 2001, Regina Schrambling went on a week long odyssey in search of the ultimate lasagna recipe She tested several, and finally found her ideal in a mash-up of recipes from Giuliano Bugialli and Elodia Rigante, both Italian cookbook authors “If there The ultimate lasagna, from The New York Times Food.
"20.02.2017 23:55:00" Michaela: 'Why Would I Want To Be White?' In kindergarten, Michaela's best friend was white. When that friend's mom found out Michaela was black, she wasn't welcome in her friend's house anymore.
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"20.02.2017 22:55:00" nytimes.com Why the World Needs a Trump Doctrine Chaos and incoherence in American foreign policy are a threat to global stability. "Given the Trump administration's abysmal performance so far in installing a leadership capable of strategic decision making, it is crucial that America and the world hear a vision of leadership and commitment from our president." (via The New York Times
"20.02.2017 21:55:00" nytimes.com Colson Whitehead on George Saunders's Novel About Lincoln and Lost Souls Saunders gives us three tour guides to explain the rules of this afterworld. George Saunders's first novel, "Lincoln in the Bardo," imagines the president visiting the graveyard where his young son has just been buried.
"20.02.2017 20:55:00" nytimes.com 36 Hours in San Diego With more than its fair share of sunshine, gorgeous beaches, breweries and top-notch restaurants, San Diego is the spot for low-stress California fun. With more than its fair share of sunshine, gorgeous beaches, breweries and top-notch restaurants, San Diego is the spot for low-stress California fun.
"20.02.2017 20:25:00" nytimes.com Border Wall Would Cleave Tribe, and Its Connection to Ancestral Land The Tohono O'odham Nation's reservation in Arizona extends along 62 miles of the border, with 2,000 members living in Mexico. "If someone came into your house and built a wall in your living room, tell me, how would you feel about that?"
"20.02.2017 20:18:22" New York Toy Fair We're at the 2017 New York Toy Fair taking a look at some new trends and exciting things to play with. Leave your questions in the comments and NYT reporters Gregory Schmidt and Zach Wichter will discuss.
"20.02.2017 20:13:10" nytimes.com Trump Chooses H.R. McMaster as National Security Adviser The president called him “a man of tremendous talent and tremendous experience.” Breaking News: President Donald J. Trump picked Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as his new national security adviser, calling him "a man of tremendous talent and tremendous experience."
"20.02.2017 19:40:00" nytimes.com Russia Stirs Friction in Balkans, as NATO Keeps an Uneasy Peace “They see the Balkans as the West's underbelly, and they use it to throw their weight around and project power on the cheap.” Russia is again stirring tensions in the Balkans.
"20.02.2017 19:31:48" Burberry Fashion Show Watch the Burberry show live from London Fashion Week as Christopher Bailey presents his latest collection. Comment with your questions, and Lizzie Paton, who is at the show, will answer some after it ends.
"20.02.2017 19:15:00" nytimes.com Mike Pence Tells Skeptical Europe Trump Supports E.U. and NATO President Trump had called the bloc a vehicle for German interests, but his vice president said the administration was committed to cooperation. Mike Pence told Europe that President Donald J. Trump fully supported crucial European institutions, despite the president's perplexing comments and occasional insults.
"20.02.2017 18:55:00" nytimes.com Ryancare: You Can Pay More for Less! For Paul Ryan & Co., success means having you pay more for less. "Paul Ryan trotted out washed-up ideas for 'improving' the country's health care system that would do anything but," the Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"20.02.2017 18:32:03" nytimes.com Trump Pursues His Attack on Sweden, With Scant Evidence President Trump escalated his attack on Sweden's migration policies on Monday. Swedish statistics do not support Donald J. Trump's thesis that migrants have driven a surge of crime and terrorism.
"20.02.2017 18:25:00" nytimes.com In Trump's Volleys, Echoes of Alex Jones's Conspiracy Theories President Trump is lending credence to out-there Jonesisms, adding another “pinch-yourself-this-is-happening” element to our national journey into the upside-down. Alex Jones "is apparently taking on a new role as occasional information source and validator for Donald J. Trump," Jim Rutenberg writes.
"20.02.2017 18:24:01" The New York Times Styles We're backstage at Burberry during London Fashion Week. Make-up artistic consultant for Burberry, Wendy Rowe, is going to walk us through her look for this season's catwalk show. All product by Burberry. NYT Styles reporter Lizzie Paton will then give us It's London Fashion Week and we're backstage at Burberry with makeup artist Wendy Rowe. Comment with questions, and NYT reporter Lizzie Paton will answer some.
"20.02.2017 17:55:00" nytimes.com Jim Mattis to Baghdad: 'We're Not in Iraq to Seize Anybody's Oil' That Mr. Mattis would even have to make such comments would have been unthinkable under previous administrations. The defense secretary promised that the U.S. had no plans to absorb Iraq's oil reserves, despite what President Donald J. Trump said last month.
"20.02.2017 17:24:01" nytimes.com Michelin Mix-Up Throws a Working-Class Bistro Into a Media Storm Le Bouche à Oreille, a modest restaurant in central France, got an accolade intended for a high-end restaurant of the same name. This working-class brasserie was mistakenly added to a map of Michelin-starred restaurants. Then came the news media.
"20.02.2017 16:59:01" nytimes.com Kremlin Denies Knowledge of Ukraine Plan Pushed by Trump Associates The Kremlin denied on Monday any knowledge of a peace plan for Ukraine put forward by a Ukrainian lawmaker and two associates of President Trump. Russia responded to a NYT article about a peace plan put forward by a Ukrainian lawmaker and 2 people close to Donald J. Trump.
"20.02.2017 16:26:01" nytimes.com A Worry on the Right That Trump's Conservative Acts Are Fleeting Despite a cabinet has been deemed the most conservative of any Republican president, some question whether President Trump will ultimately be loyal to their ideology. "They don't think he'd ever read their novel, their policy paper, their magazine article — or even listen to them for more than five minutes."
"20.02.2017 16:25:01" nytimes.com Millions in South Sudan in Urgent Need of Food, U.N. Warns The country plunged into ethnic conflict three years ago, killing tens of thousands, driving millions from their homes and hindering delivery of lifesaving aid. "Our worst fears have been realized."
"20.02.2017 16:02:28" The Statue of Liberty We're visiting the Statue of Liberty and talking to visitors along the way. Post your questions in the comments, and NYT reporter Josie Sedgwick will ask some.
"20.02.2017 15:55:00" nytimes.com The Culture of Nastiness Mean tweets. Vicious taunts. Crude TV. An uncivil war is raging in this country, and before you blame ... you know ... That Guy, take a look in the mirror. "A culture of nastiness has metastasized in which meanness is routinely rewarded, and common decency and civility are brushed aside."
"20.02.2017 15:31:08" nytimes.com John McCain Becomes Critic in Chief of the Trump Administration In a star turn at a security conference in Munich on Friday, he delivered a forceful critique of President Trump's “America First” vision. John McCain has challenged Donald J. Trump early and often on a host of issues, including his attitude toward Russia.
"20.02.2017 14:55:01" nytimes.com Losing a Fortune Often Comes Down to One Thing: Family An abundance of heirs mixed with patriarchal lines of succession that fail to produce talented leaders can be disastrous. One of the most reliable ways to demolish a fortune? You're related to them.
"20.02.2017 14:52:14" Ellis Island Tour Before it closed in 1954, Ellis Island was the gateway to the U.S. for over 12 million immigrants. As President Donald J. Trump's immigration policy continues to dominate the news, we're taking a field trip to learn more about this important part of
"20.02.2017 14:25:01" nytimes.com Uber Investigating Sexual Harassment Claims by Ex-Employee The employee, who left Uber in December, wrote on her blog that she had been harassed by her supervisor and that her complaints were ignored. "It was so clearly out of line that I immediately took screenshots of these chat messages and reported him to HR," a former Uber employee wrote on her blog.
"20.02.2017 13:55:01" nytimes.com 'The Walking Dead' Season 7, Episode 10: Carol Sees an Old Friend, Rick Makes a New One Signs of personal transformation were abundant. Sunday's episode of "The Walking Dead" had some fun while clearing up some outstanding mysteries. (Spoilers ahead)
"20.02.2017 12:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Chicken and Sausage Gumbo Recipe This recipe came to The Times in 1983 from Paul Prudhomme, the New Orleans chef who put Louisiana on the American culinary map It is a hearty, rich Creole stew generously seasoned with black and white pepper, cayenne, paprika and filé powder, a spice made A Creole classic.
"20.02.2017 11:21:00" nytimes.com Jimmy Carter Makes a Stand for Solar, Decades After the Cardigan Sweater Mr. Carter has leased part of his farmland in his hometown for solar panels that can power more than half of Plains, the Georgia town that shaped his image. President Jimmy Carter's new solar project could power more than half of his small Georgia hometown.
"20.02.2017 10:00:00" nytimes.com A 'Hamilton' Star Is to Replace Josh Groban in 'Great Comet' Okieriete Onaodowan was Hercules Mulligan and James Madison in “Hamilton.” Next, he'll play Pierre in “Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812.” This will be the rare instance in which 2 black actors are leading the cast of a Broadway show that is not about black characters.
"20.02.2017 08:00:02" nytimes.com Who Are the Richest of the Rich? There are 2,473 billionaires in the world by a new count, and how they got their money and what they plan to do with it are matters of global importance. There are 2,473 billionaires in the world by a new count. Who are they and what are they like?
"20.02.2017 06:00:01" nytimes.com Want Melania Trump in the White House? Pay Her No more free labor from hostesses in chief. Melania Trump's absence from The White House raises an interesting question — if this is labor, shouldn't we be paying for it? Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"20.02.2017 04:30:00" nytimes.com Review: In 'Big Little Lies,' Monterey Moms and Their Clichés This glossy HBO series set in California doesn't focus on the mystery at its core but rather on women whose stories involve everyday angst. Visually, at least, “Big Little Lies” is the perfect television beach read.
"20.02.2017 03:00:00" nytimes.com U.S. Wrestlers Find They Have Passionate Fans in Iran Iranian fans cheered the American wrestlers during matches against competitors from Azerbaijan, Russia and Georgia. “This was the best tournament I have ever participated in, even better than the Olympics in Rio,” one U.S. wrestler said.
"20.02.2017 01:00:01" cooking.nytimes.com Our 10 Most Popular Recipes Right Now Our 10 Most Popular Recipes Right Now is a group of recipes collected by the editors of NYT Cooking 10 hearty mains (and a mocha cake, too).
"20.02.2017 00:00:00" You're Always in Control of Your Belongings Kseniya and Ryan Merritt live in a 400-square-foot apartment in Manhattan. Explore their bright, minimalist space with custom, convertible furnishings. #Daily360
"19.02.2017 23:05:26" nytimes.com Trump Proposal Would Deport More Immigrants Immediately Draft memos signed by the homeland security secretary appear to spare many immigrants brought to the country illegally as children. But some parents could face prosecution. The proposed expansion of expedited removals would allow agents from the Border Patrol and Immigration and Customs Enforcement to deport detained individuals immediately.
"19.02.2017 22:35:43" nytimes.com Home Is Where the Resistance Is Homeowners around the country have opened up their living rooms for political causes and to help build community. While millions of Americans have taken to the streets to protest President Donald J. Trump's agenda, a quieter movement is happening in living rooms and at dining room tables.
"19.02.2017 22:00:01" nytimes.com What Do Billionaires Have in Common? Big Bucks, and Not Much Else The popular imagination may associate billionaires with superyachts and private islands, but just as many live modestly, complicating the idea of the billionaire lifestyle. Larry Ellison, a founder of Oracle, likes expensive racing yachts and owns most of the Hawaiian island of Lanai.
Ingvar Kamprad, the founder of IKEA, flies economy class and prefers secondhand clothes.
"19.02.2017 21:35:00" nytimes.com Texas Oil Fields Rebound From Price Lull, but Jobs Are Left Behind The industry is embracing technology and finding new ways to pare the labor force. But as jobs go away, what of presidential promises to bring them back? Oil jobs were once a guaranteed road to security for blue-collar workers. Technology has upended their careers.
"19.02.2017 21:05:00" nytimes.com Our Putin Don't worry too much about whether Trump and the Russian leader are working together. Worry about what they have in common. "Putin's slogan back in 2001 might as well have been Make Russia Great Again." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"19.02.2017 20:40:01" nytimes.com With Coverage in Peril and Obama Gone, Health Law's Critics Go Quiet As lawmakers hear an outcry from supporters of the Affordable Care Act, there is no longer a clamor for dismantling it, Republicans say. Now that President Barack Obama is out of office, the debate over “Obamacare” is becoming less about “Obama” and more about “care.”
"19.02.2017 20:21:26" Video From The New York Times Welcome to Rue La Rue Cafe, a new restaurant in Washington Heights that's dedicated to Rue McClanahan and her hit TV series, “The Golden Girls." Isaac Oliver, who wrote a Sunday Times article about the cafe, will guide us through the restaurant. Comment Welcome to Rue La Rue Cafe, a new restaurant in Washington Heights that's dedicated to Rue McClanahan and her hit TV series, “The Golden Girls." Isaac Oliver, who wrote a Sunday Times article about the cafe, will guide us through the restaurant. Comment
"19.02.2017 20:10:13" nytimes.com First a Mistaken Burial as a Pauper. Then the Indignities Piled Up. It took a long time to figure out that Karen Connors shouldn't have been buried in a potter's field. Meanwhile, the police say, a neighbor was draining her assets. She was mistaken for a pauper and buried in a mass grave. Then, while that error went unnoticed, a neighbor attempted to steal her estate.
"19.02.2017 19:24:00" nytimes.com A Back-Channel Plan for Ukraine and Russia, Courtesy of Trump Associates Amid scrutiny of President Trump's possible ties to Russia, his personal lawyer advances an opposition Ukrainian lawmaker's sealed plan to the White House. Michael Flynn is gone, but a proposed peace plan for Ukraine and Russia remains, along with those pushing it.
"19.02.2017 18:55:00" nytimes.com An Elegy for the Library “Google can bring you 100,000 answers but a librarian can bring you the right one.” “Google can bring you 100,000 answers but a librarian can bring you the right one.” (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"19.02.2017 18:25:00" 'We're Going To Check Your Bags A Little Bit Extra' His Sudanese heritage has meant more attention at American borders. But being born in America also makes him a foreigner in Sudan.
Hear from 9 Americans on belonging to a nation that both embraces and rejects them: http://nyti.ms/2lncK6u
"19.02.2017 18:00:07" well.blogs.nytimes.com Are Fat Cells Forever? The number of fat cells in a person's body seems to be able to change in only one direction: up. Once fat cells are formed, can you ever get rid of them?
"19.02.2017 17:39:58" nytimes.com The Culture of Nastiness Mean tweets. Vicious taunts. Crude TV. An uncivil war is raging in this country, and before you blame ... you know ... That Guy, take a look in the mirror. We've come a long way since George H.W. Bush quaintly called Bill Clinton and Al Gore "bozos."
"19.02.2017 17:12:34" The New York Times - Science We're at Rally to Stand Up for Science in Boston, where scientists are gathering to voice their concerns about the state of science under the new presidential administration. Nicholas St.Fleur, science reporter for The Times, will be our guide. We're at Rally to Stand Up for Science in Boston, where scientists are gathering to voice their concerns about the state of science under the new presidential administration. Nicholas St.Fleur, science reporter for The Times, will be our guide.
"19.02.2017 17:04:40" nytimes.com How Kevin Durant Became Silicon Valley's Hottest Start-up After a turbulent summer, the N.B.A.'s newest “villain” is finding peace and building an empire among the Bay Area's techies. Russell who? NBA superstar Kevin Durant is making a new life among the Bay Area's tech elite.
"19.02.2017 16:30:00" nytimes.com Fact Check: What Trump Got Wrong at His Rally The president repeated misleading statements on the vetting of refugees entering the United States and on the crime rate. “We are here today to speak the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth,” President Donald J. Trump said. But he then offered several misleading claims.
"19.02.2017 16:01:00" nytimes.com Trump Returns to Campaign Trail After a Month in Office In Florida, the president put aside the stress of Washington governing and reprised many of his greatest-hits themes and lines from last year. With just 1,354 days until the next presidential election, President Donald J. Trump kicked off his re-election campaign with a rally that lacked only an opponent for him to run against.
"19.02.2017 15:29:35" nytimes.com Lou Gehrig's Fixer-Upper Awaits a Buyer for the Long Run The house that the Yankees' Iron Horse bought in 1927 and refurbished — and that was foreclosed on in 1937 — is for sale but needs work again. Some hope it will be preserved and even turned into a museum. A New York Yankees fan? Looking for a fixer-upper? Lou Gehrig's old house might be just for you.
"19.02.2017 14:55:00" nytimes.com Bill Cunningham's Trademark Bicycle and Jacket Join the New-York Historical Society The photographer's library, equipment and ephemera have been donated to the museum, which will display them this spring. Bill Cunningham was a man of few possessions, but you can see what he left behind at a new exhibition this spring.
"19.02.2017 14:26:01" nytimes.com Are Liberals Helping Trump? Anti-Trump outrage may be energizing the left, but it is also driving some centrist Trump voters rightward. "Liberals may feel energized by a surge in political activism, and a unified stance against a president they see as irresponsible and even dangerous. But that momentum is provoking an equal and opposite reaction on the right." Read on in The New York
"19.02.2017 14:00:37" nytimes.com 'Last Night in Sweden'? Trump's Remark Baffles a Nation The president seemed to be suggesting, falsely, that the Scandinavian country had been attacked by terrorists. “Sweden? Terror attack? What has he been smoking? Questions abound,” Carl Bildt, a former prime minister and foreign minister, wrote on Twitter.
"19.02.2017 13:25:01" cooking.nytimes.com No-Knead Bread Recipe Here is one of the most popular recipes The Times has ever published, courtesy of Jim Lahey, owner of Sullivan Street Bakery It requires no kneading It uses no special ingredients, equipment or techniques One of the most-popular recipes The New York Times Food has ever published.
"19.02.2017 12:22:00" nytimes.com How You Can Help Refugees in the United States All of the various ways people can donate money or time to help newly arrived refugees in the United States. You want to help refugees in the U.S. But how? Here's your guide.
"19.02.2017 10:55:00" nytimes.com The Age of Rudeness As the social contract frays, what does it mean to be polite? In a world as unmannerly as this one, how is it best to speak?
"19.02.2017 08:55:00" nytimes.com Iraq Starts Offensive to Retake Western Mosul From ISIS Planes dropped leaflets urging Islamic State fighters to lay down their arms. Iraqi planes dropped leaflets over the city: "This is your last opportunity to quit your work with ISIS and to leave those foreigners who are in your homeland."
"19.02.2017 08:25:00" nytimes.com A Jazz Trumpeter Who Melds Past, Present and Future With his new album, “Ruler Rebel,” he is taking up a new challenge: uniting the spare, rippling power of trap music with a range of parallel inspirations. This month is the 100th anniversary of the first commercial jazz recordings. He's making a point to look back at that history.
"19.02.2017 06:55:00" nytimes.com Eco-friendly, Nontoxic and Vegan: It's a Condom The market for natural alternatives to household staples like diapers, hand soaps and paper towels has another niche business: condoms. “We're like the Seventh Generation for your vagina."
"19.02.2017 05:25:00" nytimes.com South Korea's Olympian Winter Moment South Korea is a skiing afterthought no more. The 2018 Winter Olympics is a coming-out party for the country as a winter sports destination. The 2018 Winter Olympics is a coming-out party for South Korea as a winter sports hub, a chance to show the world that it, too, has sparkling-white slopes.
"19.02.2017 03:55:01" nytimes.com 52 Places to Go in 2017 There are thousands of getaways to explore this year. Here are some ideas to get you started. What are your favorite cultural sites in Athens?
"19.02.2017 02:35:00" nytimes.com Review: On 'The Good Fight,' a Lawyer Claws Her Way Back to Normal In this spinoff of “The Good Wife,” Diane (Christine Baranski) ends up at a law firm across town, reunited with familiar faces but starting over broke. "The Good Fight," a spinoff of "The Good Wife," gets off to an invigorating new start.
"19.02.2017 01:25:01" nytimes.com Name Brand Nostalgia My father believed in Vick's VapoRub for chest colds and Desitin for everything else. What are the brands that your family used during childhood that have fallen out of fashion, and what memories do they evoke?
(via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"19.02.2017 00:23:00" nytimes.com How Can We Get Rid of Trump? There's a simple (legal) way to replace a president. But it has never been attempted. Nicholas Kristof in The New York Times Opinion Section: "We're just a month into the Trump presidency, and already so many are wondering: How can we end it?"
"18.02.2017 23:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Craig Claiborne's Smothered Chicken Recipe Craig Claiborne was a child of Mississippi who started as food editor of The Times in 1957 and did as much as anyone to help bring home cooking into the spotlight The dish “belongs in the 'comfort' category,” he wrote in 1983, “a food that gives solace to Delicious comfort food.
"18.02.2017 23:25:01" nytimes.com How the Nuclear Threat From North Korea Has Grown The country's missile test this month gave weapons monitors a status report on the progress of North Korea's nuclear program. They said there was a significant advance. When North Korea tested a missile that fell harmlessly into the sea this month, it was more than just an attempt by Kim Jong-un to jolt a new American president.
"18.02.2017 22:55:01" nytimes.com 'Look, They Are Dying': Video Appears to Show Massacre by Congolese Soldiers Several analysts said that footage from a battlefield video revealed government-sponsored killings of civilians and that the video could be used as evidence of war crimes. Congolese soldiers are accused of carrying out atrocities, and a graphic video seems to prove it.
"18.02.2017 22:40:00" nytimes.com Geert Wilders, a Dutch Nationalist Politician, Calls Moroccan Immigrants 'Scum' Mr. Wilders, the leader of the country's Party for Freedom, is among several populist politicians in Europe gaining popularity in their countries. Pledging to “make the Netherlands ours again,” Dutch nationalist politician Geert Wilder described Moroccan immigrants as “scum” who endanger the country's citizens.
"18.02.2017 22:38:30" Live Music: Lake Street Dive Lake Street Dive, a band that mixes soul, pop and 60s-era rock, is with us to perform some songs for you. Comment with your questions for the band, and NYT journalist Emma Orme NYT will ask some.
"18.02.2017 22:37:39" Lake Street Dive, a band that mixes soul, pop and 60s-era rock, is with us to perform some songs for you. Comment with your questions for the band, and NYT journalist Emma Orme will ask some.
"18.02.2017 22:25:01" nytimes.com 'The Fact That You Exist Means Something Must Die' Our top 10 comments of the week: Readers debate bias at the Grammys, bighorn sheep hunting and which New York City airport is best (or worst). One of our top 10 comments of the week:
"t doesn't matter if you're eating your kale smoothie in a Manhattan high-rise or a dinner of near-raw sheep tenderloin and wild blueberries in the Yukon, the fact that you exist means something must die. Are you
"18.02.2017 22:10:00" Tap Your Toes Where Garth Brooks Played Dance with us at Texas's Gruene Hall, the oldest dance hall in the state. Willie Nelson, Loretta Lynn and Townes Van Zandt have all performed here. #Daily360
"18.02.2017 21:59:01" nytimes.com Where the Booze Can Kill, and Putin Is Deemed a 'Good Czar' In a remote city's desperation, where at least 76 people died after drinking a tainted vodka substitute, Russia's decline writ large. To see how bleak things have become in Russia, take a look at the remote city where at least 76 people died after drinking a tainted vodka substitute.
"18.02.2017 21:35:00" nytimes.com A Trump Ally in Congress Warns His State, California, to Make Nice Kevin McCarthy, the House majority leader, represents a Trump-supporting rural area in California. His message to the state: Poking the president could hurt you. Kevin McCarthy represents a Trump-supporting area in California. His message to the state: Poking the president could hurt you.
"18.02.2017 21:10:00" nytimes.com Trump's Dual Roles Collide With Openings in Dubai and Vancouver Two new developments highlight the complications created when the president of the United States owns a sprawling real estate company. 2 new developments and the complications created when the president of the U.S. also owns a global real estate company.
"18.02.2017 20:45:00" nytimes.com A Push for Diesel Leaves London Gasping Amid Record Pollution Britain's efforts to aid the environment have inadvertently led to a spike in an even more insidious form of air pollution than the deadly smog of 1952. London is choking.
"18.02.2017 20:20:00" nytimes.com Iraqi Civilians Pay Heavy Price as Attack on ISIS in Mosul Nears Several hundred thousand people are enduring desperate conditions and facing retribution by Islamic State fighters in the western part of the city. Some Mosul residents said that ISIS fighters use food as a weapon and will kill anyone caught using a cellphone.
"18.02.2017 19:55:00" nytimes.com 14 TV Shows That Broke Ground With Gay and Transgender Characters A look at various portrayals on television through the years. “All of these moments are very important in one way or another, either in progressing our lives as L.G.B.T.Q. people, or being able to help people understand who we are."
"18.02.2017 19:40:00" nytimes.com Trump, an Outsider Demanding Loyalty, Struggles to Fill Top Posts The president is presiding over a government where the upper echelons remain sparsely populated, and not just because of resistance from Democrats. Why Donald J. Trump is having such a hard time filling top posts.
"18.02.2017 19:10:36" nytimes.com Omar Abdel Rahman, Blind Cleric Linked to World Trade Center Bombing, Dies at 78 Mr. Abdel Rahman became one of the most influential and fearsome theologians of the Islamist fundamentalism that swept the Middle East in recent decades. Breaking News: Omar Abdel Rahman, a blind Islamic cleric, has died. He was found guilty of guiding a 1993 plot to wage “a war of urban terrorism” with the ultimate aim of bombing multiple locations in New York City, though those bombings never happened.
"18.02.2017 19:05:00" nytimes.com A Young Reporter Makes a Soft Query and Pleases an Upset President Kyle Mazza, 19, created his own network in Fair Lawn, N.J., when he was 8 years old. On Thursday, his question about the first lady provided a respite for Mr. Trump during a combative news conference. “Now, that's what I call a nice question,” said President Donald J. Trump to this 19-year-old reporter who asked about Melania.
"18.02.2017 18:40:00" nytimes.com Cheesecake for the Soul: A 'Golden Girls' Cafe Opens The tonic that is a timeless show about four aging housemates is being dispensed in Manhattan. Picture it: Manhattan, 2017. A new "Golden Girls" cafe where Blanche, Dorothy, Rose and Sophia live on.
"18.02.2017 18:34:39" nytimes.com Norma McCorvey, 'Roe' in Roe v. Wade, Is Dead at 69 Ms. McCorvey, the anonymous plaintiff in the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling, was a symbol for abortion rights, though she later changed her views. Breaking News: The anonymous plaintiff in Roe v. Wade has died. Norma McCorvey was a symbol of abortion rights, but reversed her views later in life.
"18.02.2017 18:15:00" nytimes.com Reluctant First Lady? Melania Trump Wouldn't Be the First to Claim That Title Mrs. Trump joins a long line of women — from Louisa Adams to Pat Nixon — who weren't wild about the idea of Washington life. Melania Trump joins a long line of women who weren't wild about being first lady.
"18.02.2017 18:06:46" Afro-Cuban Dance at El Museo del Barrio Celebrate the first day of Carnaval with a lesson in Afro-Cuban dance. We're at El Museo del Barrio with Stevie Insua, an instructor at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, to learn the fundamental moves. Comment with your questions, and NYT journalist
"18.02.2017 17:55:23" cooking.nytimes.com Bucatini all'Amatriciana Recipe This recipe was brought to The Times by Regina Schrambling in a 1989 article about a return to simple Italian food after an almost decade long obsession with culinary excess and exotica (goose prosciutto, anyone?) This version of the classic pasta dish is It is simple to prepare – 45 minutes from start to finish -– but full of bright, sophisticated flavors. (via The New York Times Food)
"18.02.2017 17:45:03" nytimes.com Tom Brokaw: The Offer From Nixon I Refused To my great surprise, I was asked to be White House press secretary in 1969. I turned it down immediately and have always been glad that I did. To Tom Brokaw's great surprise, he was asked to be Richard Nixon's press secretary in 1969. He turned it down immediately. (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"18.02.2017 17:25:00" nytimes.com Opening the Heart's Floodgates, With a Paw An animal shelter volunteer has a dim view of her fellow man, until she starts playing matchmaker for dogs and people. "Watching people fall in love so completely with dogs, I began to see how humans long to give their hearts away."
"18.02.2017 16:50:00" nytimes.com Bill Maher and Milo Yiannopoulos Find Common Ground An anticipated conversation between the comedian Bill Maher and the right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos turned out to be a mostly chummy affair. Bill Maher's interview with Milo Yiannopoulos was a mostly chummy affair. Then in a segment that ran after the broadcast, Yiannopoulos attacked transgender people.
"18.02.2017 16:22:02" nytimes.com In Munich, Pence Says U.S. Commitment to NATO Is 'Unwavering' Vice President Mike Pence offered reassurances Saturday to anxious European leaders, but he also warned that they must spend more on defense. Vice President Mike Pence said that the U.S. strongly supports NATO, but he warned that Europe must increase its military spending.
"18.02.2017 15:56:02" nytimes.com President Trump, White House Apprentice He didn't inherit a mess; he is creating one, with moves that put national security at risk. "It's with a whiff of desperation that President Trump insists these days that he's the chief executive Washington needs. ... What America has seen so far is an inept White House led by a celebrity apprentice." (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"18.02.2017 15:24:41" nytimes.com Tough Questions at Congressional Town Halls As lawmakers head home, their constituents will be waiting for them, at events like those in South Carolina and New York, and some may not be happy to see them. Angry crowds are greeting lawmakers at town hall events. Follow along live.
"18.02.2017 15:02:06" nytimes.com Sun, Sand and Influence: For Mar-a-Lago Members, Proximity Is Power Demand for membership, and its price, have risen at President Trump's Florida resort, raising concerns in some quarters about access that only the superwealthy and influential could obtain. Inside the Mar-a-Lago membership list: real estate developers, Wall Street financiers, energy executives and others whose businesses could be affected by Donald J. Trump's policies.
"18.02.2017 14:55:00" Transgender Doll Released “I consider myself to just be a normal, teenage girl. So basically, the doll is just a normal girl doll."
The transgender doll, based on teenage advocate Jazz Jennings, will be unveiled at the Toy Fair in Manhattan on Saturday. http://nyti.ms/2l3xnDW
"18.02.2017 14:30:41" NYT Politics We're at a town hall discussion led by Rep. Tom Reed, a Republican congressman in New York. Leave your questions in the comments, and NYT reporter Nilo Tabrizy will ask some. There are congressional town halls occurring across the country today. We're attending one in Jamestown, New York, where Republican congressman Rep. Tom Reed is addressing the crowd. Share your thoughts and questions in the comments.
"18.02.2017 14:25:00" Roy: 'Kids Around Me Didn't Call Me American' The kids in school said Roy wasn't American. His mother said family in Mexico would treat him like a tourist. He wanted to prove everyone wrong.
9 Americans told The Times and POV about being in a nation that both embraces and rejects them:
"18.02.2017 13:55:00" nytimes.com 17 Great Books About American Presidents for Presidents' Day Weekend Some of our favorite books by and about presidents from the past few decades. From Washington to Obama, some of our favorite books by and about presidents from the past few decades. Happy Presidents' Day weekend.
"18.02.2017 13:10:17" Upstate New York Town Hall Meeting We're at a town hall discussion led by Rep. Tom Reed, a Republican congressman in New York. Join us for a conversation with rally attendees about why they came and the issues that are most important to them. Leave your questions in the comments, and NYT
"18.02.2017 12:55:01" How to Make Slow-Cooker Mississippi Roast This cult-favorite Mississippi roast recipe leaves all the hard work to a slow cooker.
Get the recipe from The New York Times Food: http://nyti.ms/1Jy31lc
"18.02.2017 12:25:00" President Trump spoke about his executive orders, the economy and his polls. We checked the facts.
"18.02.2017 11:55:01" nytimes.com 'Why Do Americans Refrigerate Their Eggs?' Our culinary compatriots in Europe, Asia and other parts of the world leave beautiful bowls of eggs on their kitchen counters. So what gives? People in Europe, Asia and other parts of world leave bowls of eggs on their kitchen counters. So what gives?
"18.02.2017 10:55:01" cooking.nytimes.com The New Essentials of French Cooking From a simple omelet to stunning soufflés, The New York Times presents the definitive French dishes that every modern cook should master. Once you have mastered the basic technique, the variations are practically limitless.
"18.02.2017 09:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Aides Try to Reassure Europe, but Many Are Wary Key members of Mr. Trump's cabinet have been scrambling to tell allies that the United States remains a trusted partner. After 4 weeks of tumult at the White House, allies are not sure who to believe.
"18.02.2017 07:55:00" nytimes.com 52 Places to Go in 2017 | No. 27: Gabon Culture and wildlife without mass tourism — yet. Been to Gabon? Share your tips.
"18.02.2017 06:55:00" nytimes.com North Korea Demands Body of Kim Jong-un's Slain Brother Tensions rose between North Korea and Malaysia days after Kim Jong-nam, the half brother of the North's leader, was assassinated in Kuala Lumpur. North Korea accused the Malaysians of plotting to “besmirch” the North over the assassination, heightening tensions between the 2 countries.
"18.02.2017 05:55:00" nytimes.com In Germany, the Taboo of Patriotism Is Fueling Far Right's Rise Exploiting a rising sense of insecurity, the Alternative for Germany party is pushing identity and nationalism — normally unspoken — as paths to progress. Germany's efforts to overcome its Nazi past may now be fueling the rise of far right ideas.
"18.02.2017 05:25:01" nytimes.com 'Tone Down Your Gayness': St. Louis Police Officer Files Discrimination Suit The officer, Sgt. Keith Wildhaber, alleged that he was turned down for promotions because he “does not fit the stereotypical norms of what a 'male' should be.” A police officer filed a lawsuit against his employer alleging that he was told he would not be promoted unless he toned down his “gayness.”
"18.02.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com Constraints Threaten Trump's Promise of an Immigration Crackdown The Trump administration rebutted a report by The Associated Press that cited a memorandum describing an effort to militarize enforcement of the nation's immigration laws. 15,000 new border patrol and immigration enforcement agents would need to be hired, which officials say will take at least 2 years.
"18.02.2017 04:25:01" nytimes.com The Silence of the Hacks Is subversion in the defense of tax cuts no vice? "The Republican base has suddenly become remarkably pro-Russian. Funny how that works," Paul Krugman writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"18.02.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com Modern Love College Essay Contest We're inviting college students nationwide to open their hearts and laptops and write an essay that tells the truth about what love is like for them today. The New York Times - Modern Love is inviting you, college students, to write an essay that describes what love is like for you today.
The winning author will receive $1,000 and his or her essay will be published in a special Modern Love column in late
"18.02.2017 03:25:01" nytimes.com Bring On the Special Prosecutor The Trump administration's ties with Russia must be investigated immediately and fully. No one else can credibly do it. "Donald J. Trump's ties with Russia must be investigated immediately and fully. No one else can credibly do it," the Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"18.02.2017 02:55:00" nytimes.com Popular Domestic Programs Face Ax Under First Trump Budget The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, AmeriCorps and the National Endowments for the Arts and the Humanities could be eliminated. Corporation for Public Broadcasting, AmeriCorps and the National Endowments for the Arts and the Humanities could all be eliminated.
"18.02.2017 02:25:00" nytimes.com In Trump Era, Censorship May Start in the Newsroom A misfire at a PBS station showed how Trump administration attempts to intimidate the press could work, and how those attempts could be thwarted. This is how the muzzling starts: not with a boot on your neck, but with the fear of one that runs so deep that you muzzle yourself.
"18.02.2017 01:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Calls the News Media the 'Enemy of the American People' Even from a president who routinely castigates journalists, President Trump's Twitter post was a striking escalation in his attacks on the news media. In an extraordinary rebuke, President Trump said the news media “is not my enemy, it is the enemy of the American people.”
"18.02.2017 01:25:01" nytimes.com The Downfall of Kellyanne Conway I once liked watching her speak. Not anymore. "I can't mourn the downfall of Kellyanne Conway, a fair-weather feminist, who has used her power to hurt other women," Erin Gloria Ryan writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"18.02.2017 00:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com The New Essentials of French Cooking From a simple omelet to stunning soufflés, The New York Times presents the definitive French dishes that every modern cook should master. Classic, comforting French bistro fare.
"18.02.2017 00:25:00" nytimes.com What a Failed Trump Administration Looks Like Without grown-ups in charge, the government could stop working. "Donald J. Trump is ripe to be played. Give the boy a lollipop and he won't notice if you steal his lunch," David Brooks writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"17.02.2017 23:55:02" nytimes.com Still Shadowed by Bridge Scandal, Christie May Find Sympathy at White House Two days after the governor had lunch with the president, a judge said a Bridgegate criminal case against Mr. Christie could proceed. On Tuesday, Governor Chris Christie had a lunch at the White House. President Trump insisted that they both have meatloaf.
"17.02.2017 22:55:01" nytimes.com Hunched Over a Microscope, He Sketched the Secrets of How the Brain Works The illustrations of Santiago Ramón y Cajal, the father of modern neuroscience, are featured in the new book “The Beautiful Brain.” Ramón y Cajal was a rare example of being equal parts brilliant scientist and artist.
"17.02.2017 22:25:02" Photos from The New York Times's post The bond between people and pups takes many forms. Nowhere is that bond more celebrated than at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, which wrapped up earlier this week. http://nyti.ms/2lmLkhe
Photos: Jonno Rattman for The New York Times
"17.02.2017 22:11:34" Live Concert: Jamie Lidell Nashville soul singer Jamie Lidell and his band are here to perform some songs for us. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Andrew R Chow will ask some.
"17.02.2017 22:10:00" Street Style With the Quann Twins TK Wonder and Cipriana Quann are redefining what it means to be a fashion icon. Follow them through the TOME show during New York City's Fashion Week. #Daily360
"17.02.2017 21:55:01" nytimes.com Is It Time to Call Trump Mentally Ill? When psychiatrists give diagnoses about the mental health of politicians, it's not just unethical — it's intellectually suspect. Saying President Donald J. Trump has a mental illness just lets him off the hook. Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"17.02.2017 21:25:00" nytimes.com Ex-Friend of Robert Durst Testifies Against Him in Advance of Murder Trial Nick Chavin, a former friend of the New York real estate scion accused of murdering a woman in Los Angeles, told a court how his opinion of Mr. Durst's capacity to kill changed over time. He testified against Robert Durst a year early as part of an unusual proceeding that allows prosecutors to question witnesses before trial if they are in danger of being killed before the case is heard.
It was justified because Durst, "Kills witnesses.
"17.02.2017 20:55:00" nytimes.com Trump, Battered in Washington, Is Buoyed at Boeing Rally President Trump, seeking to reset his stumbling presidency, hit the road for a photo op and returned to the simple economic message that got him elected. President Donald J. Trump left Washington after a week of setbacks, including the withdrawal of his choice for labor secretary and the firing of his national security adviser.
"17.02.2017 20:40:00" lens.blogs.nytimes.com The Week in Pictures: Feb. 17, 2017 Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world. A look back at the week, in photos.
"17.02.2017 20:25:24" nytimes.com A New Phase of 'Goodnight Moon'? How a previously unpublished book by the children's author Margaret Wise Brown is soon to make an appearance. The beloved "Goodnight Moon" is as complete as a children's book can be. How will "Good Day, Good Night" stack up?
"17.02.2017 20:08:25" Live Conversation: Stephen Feinberg Donald J. Trump appointed a private equity executive this week to examine the nation's intelligence agencies. That financier, Stephen Feinberg, is a longtime Republican who benefitted from the automobile bailout during the financial crisis. NYT reporters
"17.02.2017 19:55:00" nytimes.com A Plane Crash Survivor and a Decimated Soccer Team Push Forward Jakson Follmann, who lost his right leg in a crash that killed most of his Chapecoense teammates, is starting to walk again as his old team has resumed play. "We were a family. There was no vanity, no stars. As we say in soccer, there was no Pelé," Jakson Follmann said. He is learning to walk with a prosthetic leg after a plane crash killed nearly every member of his team.
"17.02.2017 19:40:01" nytimes.com 15 Great Stories That Have Nothing to Do With Politics A selection of items from The New York Times and other outlets, including a pregnant mountain-lion hunter, the origin story of Spanx, and an Orthodox Jewish hockey team. In case you're looking for something else to read this weekend.
"17.02.2017 19:25:00" Jason: 'Black Man First, American Second' "Here in this country, I am a black man first, American second." When Jason visited West Africa, he felt a sense of belonging – but also of being American – that he seldom feels at home.
Hear from 9 Americans on belonging to a nation that both embraces
"17.02.2017 18:55:01" nytimes.com Republicans, Protect the Nation G.O.P. leaders knew about Trump's link to Russia and the danger it posed. Now they must own it. "Deeply unsettled, the leaders discussed these concerns privately on several occasions I witnessed." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"17.02.2017 18:41:32" nytimes.com Who Is Sebastian Gorka? A Primer on the Trump Adviser The author of “Defeating Jihad: The Winnable War,” he was not well known until his appointment as a deputy assistant to President Trump. Another Breitbart News alum has been appointed to advise President Donald J. Trump, and his name is Sebastian Gorka.
"17.02.2017 18:21:25" nytimes.com Senate Confirms Scott Pruitt as E.P.A. Head The agency will now be led by an official who built a career suing to block environmental rules, and has called for weakening the E.P.A.'s authority. Breaking News: A seasoned legal opponent of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will now run it. Scott Pruitt was confirmed after Senate Democrats' all-night protest.
"17.02.2017 18:11:02" nytimes.com Tell Us Your Preferred New York City Airport Which New York region airport do you prefer — Kennedy Airport or La Guardia — and why? Your response could be included in an article. Have a preferred New York City airport? Maybe you refuse to fly out of one? Tell us about it.
"17.02.2017 18:04:41" Trump Mainstream Media Survey The Trump Make America Great Again Committee is circulating a survey about the mainstream media via its e-mail list. Comment here with how you would answer these questions. Be sure to include the number of each question with your answer, and we will tally
"17.02.2017 18:01:08" New York Today Gum on New York City streets: It doesn't magically disappear. We're with Herbert Murray, the assistant supervisor of sanitation for Times Square, New York City, who works long days to rid Times Square's streets and sidewalks of gum. Comment with your Gum on New York City streets: It doesn't magically disappear. We're with Herbert Murray, the assistant supervisor of sanitation for Times Square, New York City, who works long days to rid Times Square's streets and sidewalks of gum. Comment with your
"17.02.2017 17:55:01" nytimes.com You've Been Accepted to Columbia. Oops, Our Error. Over 200 applicants were told they had been accepted to the Mailman School of Public Health. It was the latest in a string of similar mistakes around the country. When she got an email saying Columbia University was "delighted to welcome" her, she said she was overcome with euphoria. The happiness only lasted 75 minutes before she got a second email.
"17.02.2017 17:40:00" instagram.com Instagram post by Stephen Crowley • Feb 17, 2017 at 4:24pm UTC 74 Likes, 3 Comments - Stephen Crowley (@crowleygraph) on Instagram: “PREXY/-WASHINGTON DC-FEBRUARY 17, 2017-- Joseph, the son of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, presses…” Joseph, the son of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, looking out from the Oval Office earlier this morning.
Photo: Stephen Crowley/The New York Times (via instagram.com/crowleygraph)
"17.02.2017 17:25:00" nytimes.com Is 2-State Solution Dead? In Israel, a Debate Over What's Next Palestinians and Israelis look to the future after President Trump seemingly overturned decades of American policy centered on the creation of a Palestinian state alongside Israel. Israelis and Palestinians are confused by President Donald J. Trump's flippancy toward decades of U.S. policy in the Middle East.
"17.02.2017 17:08:47" nytimes.com Kraft Heinz Offers to Buy Unilever in $143 Billion Deal Unilever declined the proposal, but Kraft Heinz said it looked forward to “working to reach an agreement on the terms of a transaction.” Kraft Heinz made a $143 billion bid for Unilever that would unite brands like Heinz Ketchup with Dove soap.
"17.02.2017 16:55:02" nytimes.com Jimmy Fallon (as Trump) Meets the Press Mr. Fallon and other hosts took comic inspiration Thursday from President Trump's 77-minute news conference. Jimmy Fallon spoofed President Donald J. Trump's news briefing: "I hate you all very much and thank you for being here."
"17.02.2017 16:25:01" nytimes.com Hyphen-Nation Nine American citizens describe their struggle to belong in a nation that both embraces and rejects them. What makes someone American? With POV, we asked 9 U.S. citizens to tell us about belonging and not belonging in the country they call home.
"17.02.2017 15:55:33" nytimes.com Congress Goes Home, and Constituents Fired-Up Over Health Care Are Waiting As lawmakers leave for a weeklong recess, a flood of new activist groups has traditional organizations scrambling to catch up. As GOP lawmakers prepare to leave Washington for a recess, activists are hoping to make their homecoming as noisy and uncomfortable as possible.
"17.02.2017 15:25:01" nytimes.com Mexico City, Parched and Sinking, Faces a Water Crisis Climate change is threatening to push a crowded capital toward a breaking point. Mexico City — a thirsty metropolis of 21 million — is sinking. Climate change is making it worse.
"17.02.2017 14:55:00" nytimes.com 20th Century Fox Gives Real Apology for a Fake News Campaign A promotion tactic for “A Cure for Wellness,” which set up false news sites that put out articles that were widely shared, fell flat, as did the film's projected ticket sales. A fake news ad campaign for the film "A Cure for Wellness" left 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment with a headache.
"17.02.2017 14:25:00" nytimes.com Mexican Consulates Flooded With Fearful Immigrants As a crackdown on illegal immigrants begins, Mexico's 50 consulates in the United States are moving quickly to help their nationals seeking assistance. The Mexican government warned their citizens living in the U.S. of a "new reality." As immigrants grow increasingly anxious about their futures, they turn to consulates as their first line of defense.
"17.02.2017 13:58:45" nytimes.com A Jewish Reporter Got to Ask Trump a Question. It Didn't Go Well. After a berating by President Trump, a correspondent from Ami Magazine, an Orthodox Jewish weekly, said, “Regretfully, today was a day I wish we could have done over.” When Donald J. Trump called on him at a news conference, saying he was looking for a "friendly reporter," Jake Turx was prepared. He still got a tongue-lashing from the president.
"17.02.2017 13:29:01" nytimes.com Florist Discriminated Against Gay Couple, Washington Supreme Court Rules A florist who refused to sell flowers for a same-sex wedding cannot claim religious belief as a defense under the state's anti-discrimination laws. The Supreme Court said flatly that it agreed with the couple — flowers were not really the point. This "is no more about access to flowers than civil rights cases in the 1960s were about access to sandwiches."
"17.02.2017 12:55:01" nytimes.com Trump's Inroads in Union Ranks Have Labor Leaders Scrambling Many unions have interests aligned with the president's and are adapting his themes to their objectives, even while denouncing much of his agenda. Union leaders are in some cases trying to align with members who responded to President Trump's rhetoric, and tap into that energy.
"17.02.2017 12:25:01" nytimes.com Zucker Says CNN's Brand Is Strong, Despite Trump Criticism Jeffrey A. Zucker, the president of CNN, said a public opinion survey he commissioned showed 'no diminution whatsoever' in what people think of CNN. As President Trump continued to single out CNN, Mr. Zucker was worried enough to commission a survey about the public's view.
"17.02.2017 11:46:28" NYT Politics Fraying norms of Justice Department independence, President Donald J. Trump has personally directed the department to open a criminal leak investigation.
"17.02.2017 11:32:23" nytimes.com 'The Daily': Trump Predicts His Own Headlines In a long and singular news conference, the president seemed determined to exhaust the news media. Jim Rutenberg joins our discussion. Jim Rutenberg joins the discussion on President Trump's sprawling, surprise news conference.
"17.02.2017 10:55:01" nytimes.com Trump Will Issue New Travel Order Instead of Fighting Case in Court The Justice Department said that it would not fight for the travel ban and that Mr. Trump would replace it with a “substantially revised executive order.” President Trump will replace the travel ban with a “substantially revised executive order.”
"17.02.2017 09:55:04" Photos from The New York Times's post Photographs of mass weddings around the world, from China to Bolivia.
See more: http://nyti.ms/2looQvV
Clockwise from top: China Photos/Getty Images; Vyacheslav Oseledko/AFP/Getty Images; Asif Hassan/AFP/Getty Images; Juan Karita/Associated Press
"17.02.2017 08:55:00" nytimes.com 52 Places to Go in 2017 | No. 26: Kazakhstan From oil state to luxury eco-destination. Visited Kazakhstan? Share your recommendations.
"17.02.2017 07:55:00" nytimes.com A New Crisis Hits Ukraine: Turmoil at the Eurovision Song Contest The contest, a European institution that is scheduled to take place in Ukraine this year, appears to be in jeopardy after the organizing team quit en masse amid allegations of corruption. A crisis in Ukraine. Rumors of a Russian threat. An enduring institution of postwar Europe in jeopardy.
No, not NATO. It's the Eurovision Song Contest.
"17.02.2017 06:55:01" On Thursday, foreign-born residents stayed home, or took to the streets, in protest of President Trump's immigration policies.
"17.02.2017 06:25:00" nytimes.com For a Troubled President, the Media Is a Satisfying Target Attacking reporters is more fun than defending the White House mess, and his base loves it. Attacking reporters is more fun than defending the White House mess, and his base loves it, the Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"17.02.2017 05:55:00" nytimes.com Something Else to Enjoy With Your Cat: Happy Hour Two start-ups are competing in the unusual business of selling catnip-laced “wines” to cat owners. So far, the drinks' biggest fans are humans, not cats. Why drink alone when you can drink with your cat?
"17.02.2017 05:25:00" nytimes.com Bill Maher Invites Milo Yiannopoulos, and Another Guest Cancels Jeremy Scahill, an editor of the news site The Intercept, called the invitation of the right-wing writer Milo Yiannopoulos “many bridges too far.” A co-founder of The Intercept pulled out of "Real Time with Bill Maher" after Milo Yiannopoulos was also booked.
"17.02.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com As Leaks Multiply, Fears of a 'Deep State' in America The United States risks developing an entrenched culture of conflict between the president and his own bureaucracy, experts warn. Is the U.S. seeing the rise of its own deep state?
Not quite, experts say, but the echoes are real — and disturbing.
"17.02.2017 04:25:01" Timeline Photos “We Are Immigrants,” read a handmade sign posted outside an auto repair shop in Midwood, Brooklyn, on Thursday. http://nyti.ms/2lYJvnq
Photo: Todd Heisler/The New York Times
"17.02.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com Trump, Aggrieved and Sometimes Gregarious, Stands Up for Himself In a chaotic 77-minute news conference, the president took aim at enemies old and new: journalists, judges and secret-sharing Judases. President Trump assigned the rescue of his month-old presidency to the only spokesman he's ever really trusted — himself.
"17.02.2017 03:26:00" nytimes.com Trump's Pick to Replace Flynn Turns Down the Job Robert Harward's decision reflected the continuing upheaval in the White House, which has been rocked by controversy and personnel troubles. Robert Harward turned down President Trump's offer to replace Michael Flynn as national security adviser.
"17.02.2017 02:55:00" President Trump said "Russia is fake news," in response to questions about his administration's dealings with the country in a news conference.
"17.02.2017 02:25:01" nytimes.com Donald Trump's Answer to Anti-Semitism? You Don't Want to Know The president missed an opportunity to make a strong statement against hate speech and crimes, which have accelerated since the election campaign. President Trump missed an opportunity to make a strong statement against hate speech and crimes. (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"17.02.2017 01:55:01" nytimes.com Republican Health Proposal Would Redirect Money From Poor to Rich The outline of the plan points to a simpler system that would give every American a flat tax credit varying by age, but not by income. The GOP replacement plan for the Affordable Care Act would give to the rich, and take from the poor.
"17.02.2017 01:25:01" nytimes.com 'I Inherited a Mess,' Trump Says, Defending His Performance In a raw news conference on Thursday, President Trump dismissed reports about contacts between his advisers and Russia and said his administration was not the chaotic operation perceived by some in Washington. It was an extraordinarily raw and angry defense the likes of which has never been seen in a modern White House.
"17.02.2017 00:55:00" nytimes.com House G.O.P. Leaders Outline Plan to Replace Obama Health Care Act The Republican plan includes tax credits to help people buy insurance that would vary by age, not income, and incentives to establish savings accounts to pay medical expenses. House Republican leaders revealed the outlines of their plan to replace the Affordable Care Act.
"17.02.2017 00:25:00" nytimes.com Advice for My Conservative Students Don't repeat my mistake of comparing disagreement with your ideas to suppression. "What I'm getting at is that I was never a victim. My message to conservative students is that neither are you," a Colby College professor writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"16.02.2017 23:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Calls Press 'Dishonest,' Then Utters Falsehoods of His Own The president made several questionable statements at an hourlong White House news conference. We fact checked several questionable statements President Trump made in his news conference.
"16.02.2017 23:28:07" nytimes.com E.P.A. Workers Try to Block Pruitt in Show of Defiance Employees of the Environmental Protection Agency are calling their senators to try to defeat Scott Pruitt's confirmation to run the agency. In an extraordinary show of defiance, EPA employees are urging their senators to vote against Scott Pruitt.
"16.02.2017 22:55:22" nytimes.com Full Transcript and Video: Trump News Conference President Trump announced a new nominee for labor secretary and answered questions from reporters at the White House on Thursday. Watch the full video and read the full text of President Trump's news conference.
"16.02.2017 22:26:14" nytimes.com Why Trump's Wall Won't Keep Out Heroin It's the easiest drug to traffic in small batches because it is so easy to condense, and to cut later. And it is very lucrative to smuggle. "Walls have been shown to stop people. But walls have not stopped drugs, especially heroin." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"16.02.2017 21:55:00" nytimes.com No N.C.A.A. Bracket for Trump, but How Good, Really, Were Obama's? When the leader of the free world speaks, or writes, or tweets, people listen. What about following their bracket? President Donald J. Trump didn't fill out an NCAA tournament bracket for ESPN. Barack Obama made 8 years of picks, but how good were his choices?
"16.02.2017 21:40:00" nytimes.com Trump, the Russian Ship and Suspicious Minds The Russian vessel has been plying the Eastern Seaboard, but a Coast Guard official said it was not unusual, and there was no cause for alarm. A Russian ship that has been lurking off the East Coast of the U.S. came up at President Donald J. Trump's news conference.
"16.02.2017 21:25:00" nytimes.com The Times in the Schools; or, Get Them While They're Young “Support Our Mission” will create digital subscriptions for thousands of students. Can we be blamed for hoping it might make readers of a few of them? Since 1932, The Times has paid attention — sometimes more, sometimes less — to young readers.
"16.02.2017 20:55:00" The Bees That Give You Almonds Follow a third-generation commercial beekeeper as he ships his bees across California for almond season. #Daily360
"16.02.2017 20:25:00" nytimes.com The New York Times Celebrates 75 Years of Crosswords Once considered a print-only, uber-intellectual pursuit, the puzzle has evolved to provide a satisfying diversion that anyone can learn and solve. 75 years ago, The Times crossword began as a way to give readers a distraction from the war.
"16.02.2017 19:55:01" nytimes.com The Man Who Let India Out of the Closet Karan Johar has done more to normalize homosexuality in India than anyone else. When will he make peace with that? Karan Johar is the most famous Indian ever to almost be openly gay. But he is under tremendous pressure to utter those words. Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"16.02.2017 19:27:33" nytimes.com They Got Married the Weekend After 9/11 Despite the heavy mood that couples faced after the attacks, the weddings pages that Sunday had a reassuring veneer of no... Days after 9/11, Kevin Feinberg and Tracy Garrison had a difficult decision to make. Should they still get married?
"16.02.2017 19:01:03" Marc Jacobs Fashion Show Watch Marc Jacobs' fall 2017 runway show live. Mr. Jacobs has the last collection to close out a week of runway shows during NYFW. Comment with questions below, and Styles editor Joanna Nikas will answer some.
"16.02.2017 18:55:00" nytimes.com YouTube's Monster: PewDiePie and His Populist Revolt How YouTube's biggest star took a bizarre career turn, and what it tells us about the nascent politics of social platforms. He became YouTube's very own populist reactionary.
"16.02.2017 18:54:26" New York Today We're talking to business owners and workers in Midtown Manhattan on their lunch hour about how they are affected by the "Day without Immigrants," a national boycott by immigrants around the country in response to President Trump's pledged crackdown on We're walking through Midtown Manhattan, talking to business owners and workers that are affected by the "Day Without Immigrants," a national boycott by immigrants around the country in response to Donald J. Trump's crackdown on immigrants. Comment with
"16.02.2017 18:31:16" nytimes.com The Arrest of 680 Undocumented Immigrants in One Week Is Not So Unusual Putting the recent immigration arrests into perspective. What is different about the arrests under President Donald J. Trump is the context.
"16.02.2017 18:25:00" nytimes.com Well, Trump Watchers, Things Could Be Worse On the plus side, we're not in Pyongyang. "Let's dwell on the positive. At least Trump doesn't have any half brothers."
Read more in The New York Times Opinion Section
"16.02.2017 18:15:20" The Crossword Help us solve The New York Times crossword puzzle using our web game. Wordplay columnist Deb Amlen is here with hints. Put your guesses in the comments and share this with your friends.
"16.02.2017 18:03:06" nytimes.com Bad Brides A 1912 wedding announcement for two brides in jail proves that love is not merely the domain of “good girls,” writes Lena... "Despite, or maybe because of, their lovers' indiscretions, they insisted on marrying them right there in what would be considered by many, especially in 1912, the most shameful place on earth," writes Lena Dunham.
"16.02.2017 18:01:23" nytimes.com R. Alexander Acosta, Law School Dean, Is Trump's New Pick for Labor The president selected Mr. Acosta, a former assistant United States attorney who now heads of the law school at Florida International University in Miami. President Donald J. Trump's new pick for labor secretary is R. Alexander Acosta, a Miami law school dean who served in The United States Department of Justice.
"16.02.2017 17:58:57" The Mystery of Etan Patz's Disappearance When a 6-year-old boy vanished in 1979 as he walked to his school bus stop alone, it rattled New Yorkers and parents across America. But the mystery of Etan Patz's disappearance went unsolved for decades, until this week, when a jury convicted a man of
"16.02.2017 17:40:00" nytimes.com Mick Mulvaney, Trump's Pick for Budget Director, Is Confirmed Mr. Mulvaney, a congressman from South Carolina and a fiscal hawk, was approved on Thursday to head of the White House Office of Management and Budget. A divided Senate confirmed Mick Mulvaney to be President Donald J. Trump's budget director.
Mulvaney is a fiscal hawk who will play a central role in the administration's plans to reshape the federal government.
"16.02.2017 17:25:00" nytimes.com Trump Denounces 'Low-Life Leakers,' Pledging to Hunt Them Down The president suggested that the news media has made up sources in its Russia coverage. But he also said he wanted those sources caught. President Donald J. Trump promised to catch the "low-life leakers" who gave the "fake news media" information on his administration's ties to Russia.
"16.02.2017 17:10:54" Live Music: Sierra Hull Sierra Hull, a Recording Academy / GRAMMYs nominee, mandolinist and singer-songwriter, is here to perform some songs for us. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Andrew R Chow will ask some.
"16.02.2017 17:10:02" cooking.nytimes.com How to Make Coq au Vin From a simple omelet to stunning soufflés, The New York Times presents the definitive French dishes that every modern cook should master. A definitive French dish that every cook should master. (via The New York Times Food)
"16.02.2017 16:58:40" nytimes.com On 'A Day Without Immigrants,' Workers Show Their Presence by Staying Home In the New York region, many workers and business owners chose to not work as part of a protest of the Trump administration's policies toward immigrants. "It's like the Arab Spring. Our members were coming to us, asking what the plan was. Frankly, it kind of came out of nowhere."
"16.02.2017 16:55:00" nytimes.com The Ultimate Pursuit in Hunting: Sheep Permits to hunt bighorn sheep are auctioned for hundreds of thousands of dollars — and that money has helped revive wild sheep populations and expand their territory. Sheep-hunting is a rich man's sport, "but if it weren't for the rich man, those sheep wouldn't be there.”
"16.02.2017 15:55:01" nytimes.com Fake News, Fake Ukrainians: How Russians Tilted a Dutch Vote With Europe facing critical elections, fears of Russian meddling are high. Many officials say the first test comes in March in the Netherlands. Russians posing as Ukrainian immigrants in the Netherlands voted last April to reject a trade agreement between the EU and Ukraine.
"16.02.2017 15:25:01" nytimes.com 2 More Arrested in Killing of Kim Jong-un's Half Brother, Malaysia Says A woman with an Indonesian passport and a Malaysian said to be her boyfriend were in custody, the authorities said, and other suspects were reportedly being sought. Malaysian authorities continue to hunt for conspirators in the assassination of the half-brother of North Korea's leader.
"16.02.2017 14:55:01" nytimes.com Campaign Over, President Trump Will Hold a (What Else?) Campaign Rally The rally, to be held in Melbourne, Fla., is an indication that Mr. Trump, who has sometimes felt isolated in the White House, is eager to get outside of Washington. President Donald J. Trump will hold the first campaign rally of his four-week-old administration on Saturday.
"16.02.2017 14:55:01" nytimes.com Day Without Immigrants to Hit Washington in the Stomach Restaurants in the capital are backing a campaign that asks foreign-born people not to work or shop in a demonstration of their economic importance. Some of Washington's best-known restaurants will close their doors today in solidarity with a national campaign to draw attention to the power and plight of immigrants.
"16.02.2017 14:38:27" Edible Cookie Dough There's edible cookie dough for sale in New York, and people are obsessed. We're at DŌ, Cookie Dough Confections learning some of their recipes. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Madison Mills NYT will ask some.
"16.02.2017 14:25:01" nytimes.com After Election, Trump's Professed Love for Leaks Quickly Faded President Trump once embraced the revealing of Hillary Clinton's emails. But from the White House, he — like others before him — is calling for an end to government leaks. During his campaign, he declared, "I love WikiLeaks!" Now, President Donald J. Trump says leaks are "criminal."
"16.02.2017 13:57:00" nytimes.com Stephen Colbert Accuses Trump in a 'Usual Suspects' Parody The late-night hosts piled on President Trump on Wednesday over reports that his campaign aides had been in contact with Russian intelligence officials. "Here's the thing: It can't be both fake news and an illegal leak of classified information.
'Your honor, I did not murder that man. The real criminal is whoever filmed me strangling him.' "
"16.02.2017 13:25:01" nytimes.com G.O.P.'s Grand Visions for Congress Now Look Like a Mirage Congressional Republicans eagerly anticipated securing their conservative agenda, but they have yet to deliver on any of the sweeping legislation they promised. The inactivity in Congress stems from a lack of clear policy guidance — and, just as often, contradictory messages — from the President Donald J. Trump's administration.
"16.02.2017 12:55:01" nytimes.com Journalists, Battered and Groggy, Find a Renewed Sense of Mission A punishing news cycle is stirring a feeling in newsrooms around the country: These are monumental times. "There is this sense that every day is going to bring something startling, if not calamitous," said one journalist.
"16.02.2017 12:25:01" nytimes.com Boeing Workers Reject a Union in South Carolina Employees faced enormous pressure from management ahead of the vote, which was widely viewed as an early test of labor's strength in the Trump era. The Boeing Company said 74 percent of the more than 2,800 workers voting rejected the union.
"16.02.2017 11:55:00" nytimes.com 'The Daily': Did the Trump Campaign Collude with Russia? Members of the president's campaign team repeatedly spoke with Russian intelligence officers in the year before the election. The Trump campaign team spoke with Russian intelligence officials repeatedly in 2016, even as Russia was trying to disrupt the election.
"16.02.2017 11:30:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump, NATO, Boeing: Your Thursday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Morning Briefing: Here's what you need to know to start your day
"16.02.2017 10:55:01" nytimes.com President Trump, Will You Save the Jews? Mr. Trump may be the last person who can preserve the hope of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. "President Donald J. Trump may be the last man standing between Israel and a complete, self-inflicted disaster," Thomas Friedman writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"16.02.2017 10:25:00" nytimes.com For North Koreans in Kim Jong-un's Orbit, Falling From Favor Can Be Deadly The list of executions and purges is punctuated with the names of high-ranking officials and confidants of Mr. Kim who later became targets of his displeasure. A South Korean think tank said Kim Jong-un had ordered the execution of 340 people since coming to power.
"16.02.2017 09:55:00" Record Satellite Launch in India India's space agency launched 104 satellites in 18 minutes, nearly tripling the previous record and establishing the country as a key player in the space-based surveillance industry.
"16.02.2017 08:55:00" nytimes.com Theresa May's Empire of the Mind The British prime minister's vision of Brexit takes place in an imperialist alternate reality. "Theresa May's vision of Brexit takes place in an imperialist alternate reality." (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"16.02.2017 07:55:01" nytimes.com South Africa, a Nation With Sharp Inequality, Considers a Minimum Wage The move would help reduce poverty and inequality, supporters say, but opponents contend it would worsen already high unemployment. South Africa is weighing something more common in developed economies: a national minimum wage.
"16.02.2017 06:55:00" Residents from towns near Oroville, Calif., who had to evacuate after spillways at the country's tallest dam were damaged, were told they could return to their homes, but some remained wary.
"16.02.2017 06:25:00" nytimes.com The Wedding Reporter Vinny Mallozzi has been marrying couples, with ink at least, for 14 years. And he's probably not the society reporter you expect. You don't need to be a priest or a rabbi or an online minister to have married thousands of couples.
"16.02.2017 05:55:00" nytimes.com When They Say 'State Your Name,' She Says: 'Yes, It Is' I wanted to get to know Texas, so I invited Ms. Smith to lunch. "I wanted to get to know Texas, so I invited her to lunch."
"16.02.2017 05:25:00" nytimes.com Trump Voters Show President They Can Complain on Twitter, Too A Twitter account is curating what it calls the regrets of pro-Trump voters, but the reality is more complicated. “Can I take my vote back?”
"16.02.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com Where Is Rex Tillerson? Top Envoy Keeps Head Down and Travels Light The secretary of state has skipped major events, and he is visiting Germany, his first foreign trip in office, with a bare-bones entourage as hiring for his staff lags. Rex Tillerson has skipped major events and said almost nothing publicly since the Senate confirmed him 2 weeks ago.
"16.02.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com Time for Congress to Investigate Mr. Trump's Ties to Russia The possibility that Russia has infiltrated the highest levels of our government is a national security threat that Congress must investigate. In history, this is where Congress steps in.
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"16.02.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com Conservative Talk Radio Stands by Trump Despite Turmoil After the resignation of his national security adviser, Mr. Trump is seen by talk radio hosts and listeners as the victim of leaks and Washington insiders. Rush Limbaugh: “They are lying about things, hoping to make it easier for them and the Obama shadow government to eventually get rid of Trump and everybody in his administration.”
"16.02.2017 03:25:01" nytimes.com Congress Says, Let the Mentally Ill Buy Guns The Republican House and Senate did the gun lobby's bidding in passing a regressive measure that President Trump is expected to sign. "For all their dysfunction, the Republican Senate and House have managed to act with lightning speed in striking down a sensible Obama administration rule designed to stop people with severe mental problems from buying guns," the Editorial Board writes in
"16.02.2017 02:55:01" nytimes.com White House Plans to Have Trump Ally Review Intelligence Agencies The review is being pushed by President Trump's chief strategist, Stephen K. Bannon and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, and would be led by Stephen A. Feinberg, a billionaire private equity executive President Trump plans to assign a New York billionaire who has close ties to Steve Bannon to lead a review of U.S. intelligence agencies.
"16.02.2017 02:25:01" nytimes.com Asian Marriages, Anthropologically Speaking In the early years of The Times's wedding pages, marriages unusual enough to note were often between whites and Asian-Ame... At the beginning of the 20th century, the Times covered Asian weddings as insulting curiosities.
"16.02.2017 02:02:36" #RaceNYT: Reparations Join us as we discuss whether American institutions and the government should pay reparations to the descendants of enslaved African Americans. Leave your thoughts and questions for NYT reporters John Eligon and Rachel Swarns in the comments, and
"16.02.2017 01:55:00" nytimes.com Drip, Drip, Drip What we know about Russia only makes what we don't know more ominous. "Reporters are digging like a crew of coal miners hopped up on a case of Red Bull, and sources in Washington are leaking to anyone with a press credential.
Drip, drip, drip it goes until the dam breaks and the truth spills," Charles M. Blow writes in The
"16.02.2017 01:25:18" nytimes.com What Did Trump Know, and When Did He Know It? Dots involving Russia are begging to be connected. "Only one thing could be more important than Russians interfering in our presidential election — if the Russians had help from within the U.S.," Nicholas Kristof writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"16.02.2017 00:55:00" nytimes.com Divided Media on Michael Flynn: Patriotic Leaks or Political Espionage Coverage of the resignation of President Trump's national security adviser illustrates a split between legacy media and right-leaning outlets. Since Michael Flynn's resignation, right-wing news media have portrayed him as a victim.
"16.02.2017 00:25:02" nytimes.com Judges v. Trump: Be Careful What You Wish For Can the courts face down President Trump without undermining their own standing? Can the courts face down President Trump without undermining their own standing? (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"15.02.2017 23:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Meatballs With Any Meat Recipe Making great meatballs is all about memorizing a basic ratio that you can adjust to suit your taste Start with a pound of ground meat — any kind will work, even fish if you want to take it in that direction Add 1/2 cup bread crumbs for lightness, a You're going to make these a lot.
"15.02.2017 23:25:00" nytimes.com Legacy of Rio Olympics So Far Is Series of Unkept Promises Less than six months after the Games ended, many venues have been abandoned, despite government promises of leaving “no white elephants” behind. Empty buildings, run-down facilities. Less than 6 months since the Summer Games, Rio's Olympic legacy is decaying rapidly.
"15.02.2017 22:55:00" nytimes.com Why Exercise Is Good for the Heart Even a single workout may start to change how the heart's cells work, a study of mice on treadmills found. Go for a jog today. Even a single workout could be good for the heart.
"15.02.2017 22:25:00" nytimes.com White House Proposes New Rules to Steady Insurance Markets Under Health Law As the Trump administration works to repeal the Affordable Care Act, it is moving to prevent a collapse of the public marketplaces in 2018. A major goal of these rules is to make sure public insurance marketplaces, created under the Affordable Care Act, don't collapse.
"15.02.2017 22:10:00" Dancing Nuns Protest Violence The global campaign, One Billion Rising, coordinated a worldwide day of dance to protest violence against women.
"15.02.2017 21:55:00" nytimes.com On the Road to Another Watergate? Michael Flynn has resigned. Now expect the investigations to begin. "The road to Watergate and the resignation of Richard Nixon began in April 1969, 3 months after his inauguration." Read on in the The New York Times Opinion Section.
"15.02.2017 21:52:11" La La Land: Love It or Hate It? La La Land is the divisive movie nominated for 14 Oscars. We're holding a debate to find out who's right: the lovers or haters. Hear from NYT journalists Mekado Murphy and Robin Pogrebin, and vote on which side is winning the debate with either the love
"15.02.2017 21:40:01" Bodies Bending Sound in the Guggenheim The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum's rotunda made a great performance space for the acclaimed choreographers Michelle Dorrance and Nicholas Van Young. See the percussive dance from above and below. #Daily360
"15.02.2017 21:25:00" nytimes.com Bookstores Stoke Trump Resistance With Action, Not Just Words Independent shops have become magnets for a growing movement, with some taking a protest role beyond deciding what titles to display. In the fierce protest movement that has sprung up on the left since Donald J. Trump took office, bookstores have taken on roles ranging from meeting place to political war room.
"15.02.2017 20:53:39" nytimes.com Andrew Puzder Withdraws From Consideration as Labor Secretary With doubts among Republicans about his chances for confirmation, President Trump's nominee, Andrew Puzder, a prominent fast-food executive, left the running. Breaking News: President Donald J. Trump's pick for labor secretary, Andrew Puzder, has withdrawn amid doubts that he'd have enough votes to be confirmed.
"15.02.2017 20:45:59" Our Black History Month celebration continues with illustrator Floyd Cooper, whose latest picture book is about Frederick Douglass. Cooper will show us some of his techniques and talk about sharing Douglass's legacy with a new generation. Comment with