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"24.01.2017 18:25:00" nytimes.com Federal Debt Projected to Grow by $8.6 Trillion Over Next Decade Congressional Budget Office projections reveal the strain that the debt will have on the economy as President Trump embarks on plans to slash taxes and ramp up spending. Republicans will have to choose between fiscal prudence and the demands of President Donald J. Trump, who wants $1 trillion in infrastructure work over 10 years.
"24.01.2017 17:55:01" nytimes.com When Campus Rapists Are Repeat Offenders Some students commit sexual assault more than once, research says. Many question whether colleges are doing enough to prevent these recurring crimes. Some college students rape their classmates more than once. Are universities doing enough to prevent repeat crimes?
"24.01.2017 17:25:52" nytimes.com The Banal Belligerence of Donald Trump Americans will have to fight for their civilization and the right to ask why. President Donald J. Trump's "outrageous claims have a purpose: to destroy rational thought."
Read more in The New York Times Opinion Section
"24.01.2017 16:42:13" nytimes.com Trump Revives Keystone Pipeline Rejected by Obama The new president continued dismantling his predecessor's policies by clearing the way for a project at the heart of the battle over climate change. Breaking News: President Donald J. Trump is reviving the Keystone XL pipeline, which President Barack Obama had blocked after opposition by environmental groups.
"24.01.2017 16:40:01" nytimes.com Oscar Nomination Puts Lin-Manuel Miranda One Step Closer to an E.G.O.T. Only 12 performers have won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony. Mr. Miranda is poised to become the next. If Lin-Manuel Miranda wins an Oscar for "Moana", he'll be the youngest to win an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony.
“That's a good goal for a talented crazy person,” 30 Rock's Tracy Jordan said.
"24.01.2017 16:25:38" nytimes.com Three Powers Agree to Enforce Syria Cease-Fire, but Don't Explain How The statement from Iran, Russia and Turkey came on the second day of peace talks over the civil war, but details were sketchy. Iran, Russia and Turkey agreed to a partial cease-fire in Syria. But neither Syria nor the rebels signed the agreement.
"24.01.2017 15:59:57" "We need to talk...": A Live Gallery Tour "We need to talk…” is an art exhibition at Petzel Gallery in New York that aims to deal with how people are feeling following the election. We are live with Janine Latham, the publications manager of the gallery, to learn more about the exhibition and
"24.01.2017 15:55:00" nytimes.com They Were the First If John and Sarah Grant were to see their descendants, their great-great-grandson said, “I think they would think they had gone to Mars." Meet the first couple to announce their wedding in The New York Times and the very modern family they created.
"24.01.2017 15:44:34" nytimes.com Israel Approves Large Settlement Expansion in West Bank The move, after weeks of international criticism, signals that just days into the Trump administration, Israel feels more free to shake off restrictions. Breaking News: Emboldened by President Donald J. Trump, Israel approved 2,500 new settlement homes in the West Bank in a defiant wave of construction.
"24.01.2017 15:25:01" nytimes.com Swedish Police Investigate Report of Rape on Facebook Live Police officers were sent to an apartment in Uppsala on Sunday after receiving several calls reporting a rape in progress that was being streamed live to a closed group on Facebook, Expressen reported. 3 men in Sweden were arrested on suspicion of raping a woman and streaming the assault live on Facebook.
"24.01.2017 15:10:00" A Deadly Tornado's Destruction See the devastation in Hattiesburg, Miss., after a tornado ripped through early Saturday, killing 4 people and destroying homes and businesses during a weekend of deadly storms throughout the South.
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"24.01.2017 14:55:24" nytimes.com After the Women's March The protesters' central issues were built on identity politics, and identity politics is too small to create a movement to counter Donald Trump. "Marching is a seductive substitute for action in an antipolitical era, and leaves the field open for a rogue like Donald J. Trump," David Brooks writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"24.01.2017 14:25:00" nytimes.com Columbia Unearths Its Ties to Slavery A new historical report prepared by the university illuminates how human bondage seeped into the life of the institution. "People still associate slavery with the South, but it was also a Northern phenomenon," said a Columbia historian who wrote a report on the university's links to slavery.
"24.01.2017 14:15:00" nytimes.com Dippin' Dots Extends an Olive Branch to Sean Spicer “After all, we believe in connecting the dots," the company's chief executive wrote. Dippin' Dots responded to the White House press secretary after years of public attacks, saying, "We've seen your tweets and would like to be friends rather than foes."
"24.01.2017 13:59:11" nytimes.com Trump Is Said to Keep James Comey as F.B.I. Director President Trump has decided to retain James B. Comey as head of the agency that is leading an inquiry into ties between Trump associates and Russia's government. Breaking News: President Donald J. Trump plans to keep James B. Comey as director of the FBI. The agency is investigating Mr. Trump's associates.
"24.01.2017 13:49:11" nytimes.com Oscar Nominations 2017: 14 for 'La La Land,' and a Diverse Slate The academy seeks to rebound from two years of #OscarsSoWhite with nods for “Moonlight,” “Fences” and others. After 2 consecutive #OscarsSoWhite years, voters appear to have embraced a more diverse group of films and actors, including "Moonlight" and "Hidden Figures".
"24.01.2017 13:14:00" nytimes.com President Trump's Big-Money Establishment Mr. Trump pledges to “drain the swamp,” but his nascent administration is knee-deep in cronies and big campaign donors "Standing in the rain during Donald J. Trump's inaugural speech, farmers and factory workers, truckers, nurses and housekeepers greeted his anti-establishment words by cheering 'Drain the Swamp!' even as the new president was standing knee-deep in a swamp
"24.01.2017 12:40:00" nytimes.com And the Nominees Should Be… Our critics share their lists of Oscar-worthy films and performances. A.o. Scott, Manohla Dargis and Stephen Holden share their Oscar favorites.
"24.01.2017 12:25:00" nytimes.com What to Watch: Cabinet Hearings Resume on Capitol Hill Tom Price, the health and human services nominee, faces Round 2 in Congress, and unpaid nanny taxes are likely to come up for Mick Mulvaney, the budget director pick. Senator Chuck Schumer says Republicans are trying to ram through a "swamp cabinet" for Donald J. Trump. The White House press secretary says Democrats need to "stop playing political games."
"24.01.2017 11:55:00" nytimes.com Senate Democrats to Unveil $1 Trillion Infrastructure Plan Senate Democrats are daring Mr. Trump to make good on his grand infrastructure promises. Senate Democrats will unveil a $1 trillion infrastructure plan — and offer President Donald J. Trump their support if he backs it.
"24.01.2017 11:30:00" nytimes.com President Trump, 'Brexit,' Oscars: Your Tuesday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Daily Briefing: Here's what you need to know today.
"24.01.2017 11:15:00" nytimes.com First Day of Syria Peace Talks Quickly Descends Into Quarreling The talks between rebels and the Syrian government, arranged by Turkey and Russia, were marked by accusations and harsh words on both sides. The Syrian delegations almost immediately began arguing and refused to negotiate directly.
"24.01.2017 10:55:03" nytimes.com In China, an Ancient People Watch Their Floating Life Dissolve Members of the Tanka group in southern China have survived on coastal waterways, and on the margins of society. As cities spread, their way of life is disappearing. "Now there are fewer fish. Life is hard. But we've got no education. All we can do is fish."
"24.01.2017 10:25:00" nytimes.com Preparing to Meet Trump, Mexican Leader Seeks Common Ground President Enrique Peña Nieto promised a robust dialogue with President Trump at their meeting next week, with the protection of Mexican citizens a priority. "Mexico does not believe in walls,” Enrique Peña Nieto said. "Our country believes in bridges."
"24.01.2017 09:58:51" nytimes.com U.K. Parliament Must Approve Start of 'Brexit' Talks, High Court Rules In one important victory for the government, the court ruled that Mrs. May would not need separate approval from the regional legislatures in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales to invoke Article 50, the legal mechanism for leaving the bloc. The ruling creates another hurdle for Theresa May, who has promised to begin the process of exit negotiations by the end of March.
"24.01.2017 09:45:01" nytimes.com Protests in Bangladesh Shake a Global Workshop for Apparel But labor rights groups say the government is trying to scare workers into silence by detaining innocent people. Protests have erupted at dozens of garment factories in Bangladesh, one of the top suppliers for brands like H&M and Gap. Several activists and workers have been detained.
"24.01.2017 09:30:01" nytimes.com 'Brexit,' Astana, Italy: Your Tuesday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. In Europe? Here's what you need to know to start your day.
"24.01.2017 08:55:00" Farmers Spray E.U. Building With Milk Powder Dairy farmers sprayed the European Council headquarters in Brussels with a ton of milk powder to protest low milk prices.
"24.01.2017 08:25:00" nytimes.com Readers in India Reflect on Coping With Miserable 2016 Heat In May, as the Earth was going through what ended up being its hottest year on record, the western and northern parts of India experienced a brutal heat wave. One tip: 3 ice creams a day.
"24.01.2017 07:55:00" nytimes.com Samsung Blames Battery and Design Flaws for Galaxy Note 7 Fires The company said it would form an outside advisory group and focus on quality assurance but offered little insight into the breakdowns that caused it to fail to identify the phone's problems. Samsung Mobile said that battery manufacturing problems and design flaws had caused its Galaxy Note 7 phones to overheat and in some cases to catch fire.
"24.01.2017 06:55:00" nytimes.com When Your Loved Ones Voted the Other Way We asked parents and children who voted for opposing candidates to discuss their hopes and fears for the country — and for each other — over the course of the next four years. We asked parents and children who voted for opposing candidates to discuss their hopes and fears for the U.S.
"24.01.2017 06:25:01" nytimes.com 52 Places to Go in 2017 | No. #7: Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming A total solar eclipse amid natural splendor. Been to Grand Teton National Park? Share your tips.
"24.01.2017 05:25:00" nytimes.com Manhattan Jail That Holds El Chapo Is Called Tougher Than Guantánamo Bay The Metropolitan Correctional Center, which has held Ramzi Ahmed Yousef, the mastermind of the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center, has a reputation for stringent security measures. The jail holding El Chapo was described as less hospitable than Guantánamo Bay by one inmate who had been incarcerated at both.
"24.01.2017 05:25:00" nytimes.com 'The Evenings,' a Dutch Classic, Arrives in English. It Only Took 70 Years. A translation of a novel by Gerard Reve that centers on a young clerk has invited recent comparisons to books like “The Catcher in the Rye.” Reviewers have compared it to Salinger, Camus and Knausgaard. Now it's available in English for the first time. (via The New York Times Books)
"24.01.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com What Is T.P.P.? Behind the Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Deal That Died The enormous trade deal became a flashpoint in American politics this year, inflaming a debate over international commerce and lost jobs. The election of Donald J.Trump as president has essentially killed it. We explain the trade deal that became a flashpoint in U.S. politics.
"24.01.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com Sean Spicer, Trump's Press Secretary, Reboots His Relationship With the Press In a 90-minute news briefing, Mr. Spicer won praise from veteran press secretaries from both parties as he tried to ease some of the tensions from the weekend. “Some days, we do do the right thing,” Sean Spicer, President Donald J. Trump's press secretary, said. “And it would be nice, once in a while, for someone just to report it straight up.”
"24.01.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com Why I Cannot Fall in Line Behind Trump Conservatism is a philosophy, not just a policy checklist. "Donald J. Trump has not only spent much of his life stepping outside of traditional morality; he seems to delight in doing so," writes Peter Wehner, who served in the 3 previous GOP administrations, in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"24.01.2017 03:40:31" nytimes.com NYT Watching Recommendation of the Day: 'One Day at a Time' In a remake of the classic Norman Lear family sitcom, a divorced Cuban-American Army veteran raises two kids with help from her aging mother and their building's hipster super. Netflix's reboot of "One Day at a Time" is a wholesome family sitcom that still feels contemporary and progressive. (via NYT Watching)
"24.01.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com Trump Orders Broad Hiring Freeze for Federal Government The freeze, a stopgap measure until a long-term plan to reduce the federal work force is developed, makes exceptions for national security, public safety and military positions. President Donald J. Trump ordered an across-the-board employment freeze for the federal government.
"24.01.2017 02:50:07" nytimes.com Trump Repeats Lie About Popular Vote in Meeting With Lawmakers President Trump used his first official meeting with congressional leaders to blame his nearly three-million popular vote loss on illegal ballots. Breaking News: President Donald J. Trump again falsely claimed that illegal immigrants had cost him the popular vote.
"24.01.2017 02:25:00" nytimes.com The America We Lost When Trump Won Novelists and historians had their own version of American exceptionalism, which the 2016 election destroyed. "Today's passive, unhappy Americans sat on their couches and chose a strutting TV clown to save us," Kevin Baker writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"24.01.2017 01:55:00" nytimes.com On the Golden State Warriors' Bench, Life Is Good James Michael McAdoo may be the last player on the bench for the N.B.A.'s best team, but his work ethic and attitude make him a valued member. James Michael McAdoo rarely plays for the Golden State Warriors, but that doesn't mean he's not a key part of the NBA's best team.
"24.01.2017 01:25:25" nytimes.com Killing of a Young Woman Grips Iceland A nation where killings are rare was transfixed by the mystery of a young woman's disappearance and shaken when her body turned up on a beach. In Iceland, a country where murder is rare, the mysterious killing of a young woman has shocked and transfixed a nation.
"24.01.2017 00:56:01" nytimes.com Mike Pompeo Is Confirmed to Lead C.I.A. The development made clear that despite some shaky appearances from his nominees and Democratic opposition, the president has faced few meaningful hurdles in installing the team of his choice. Rep. Mike Pompeo of Kansas has been confirmed as director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
"24.01.2017 00:25:00" nytimes.com Taxpayers Will Defend Trump in Suit Charging Constitutional Violations The Justice Department will defend President Trump against a lawsuit that claims he is violating the Constitution by allowing his businesses to take money from foreign governments. The federal taxpayer will pay to defend President Donald J. Trump in a lawsuit filed against his business ownership.
"23.01.2017 23:59:06" TimesTalks: John Legend John Legend is here for a live songwriting jam session. He'll also perform songs from his fifth album, "Darkness and Light." Comment with your questions about John's artistic process, and he'll respond to some. This is a The New York Times - TimesTalks
"23.01.2017 23:55:02" nytimes.com In Trump's Hometown, a Clear Message of Defiance From Women In concert with other Women's March protests around the country, thousands of New Yorkers rallied for women's rights, and against the Trump administration. New Yorkers flooded the streets to send a message to President Donald J. Trump that his hometown would be a center of resistance.
"23.01.2017 23:25:00" Sean Spicer: "Sometimes we can disagree with the facts.” White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said "sometimes we can disagree with the facts" and that the Trump administration's "intention is never to lie to you." nyti.ms/2jRrPfI
"23.01.2017 22:55:31" nytimes.com Trump's Cabinet So Far Is More White and Male Than Any First Cabinet Since Reagan's A look at gender and ethnic diversity in presidential cabinets. If Donald J. Trump's nominees are confirmed, women and nonwhites will hold 5 of 22 cabinet or cabinet-level positions.
"23.01.2017 22:25:00" Enter a Shikumen Home in Shanghai Shikumen complexes are part of the city's historic architecture that is disappearing because of rapid development. Walk through one of these multifamily, low-slung dwellings.
"23.01.2017 21:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Revives Reagan-Era Ban on Use of Foreign Aid for Abortion Counseling Critics say reinstatement of the ban symbolizes the new administration's defiance of the women's reproductive rights movement. The order freezes U.S. funding to health care providers in poor countries if they include abortion counseling or if they advocate the right to seek abortion in their countries.
"23.01.2017 21:25:00" nytimes.com California Today: A Seemingly Endless Barrage of Rain and Snow Monday: Yet another dousing of rain, San Francisco's shrinking share of children, and images from the women's marches. A year ago, about 43% of California was gripped by “exceptional drought." Last week, that figure was roughly 2%.
"23.01.2017 20:55:00" nytimes.com Katie Rich of 'S.N.L.' Is Suspended for Tweet Mocking Barron Trump The writer's Twitter post on Friday drew widespread condemnation, and Ms. Rich subsequently apologized for it. She was suspended immediately after her tweet, and her suspension is indefinite, source says.
"23.01.2017 20:27:16" nytimes.com Senators Propose Giving States Option to Keep Affordable Care Act Bill Cassidy of Louisiana and Susan Collins of Maine, both Republicans, say states could also choose to receive federal money for their own plans. If anything, the bill may serve to show how difficult it will be for Republicans to pass a bill to replace the Affordable Care Act.
"23.01.2017 19:55:00" nytimes.com What Republicans Have to Learn From the Women's March Let's not make the same mistakes the Democrats made about the Tea Party. "Whether President Trump, newly ensconced in The White House, was surprised, or even noticed, is unclear. Given his reputation, he may not even care. But the Republican Party should." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"23.01.2017 19:40:57" Comparing Inauguration Crowds Comparing inauguration crowds: Donald J. Trump (2017) vs. Barack Obama (2009). http://nyti.ms/2jRMZtR
"23.01.2017 19:25:00" nytimes.com Peak Millennial? Cities Can't Assume a Continued Boost From the Young Over the next few years, demographic research shows, the growth in demand for urban living could stall. Soon, cities may start running out of millennials.
"23.01.2017 19:10:00" instagram.com Instagram photo by Al Drago • Jan 23, 2017 at 5:03pm UTC See this Instagram photo by @al_drago • 81 likes President Donald J. Trump held up a letter from Barack Obama at the The White House on Sunday.
Photo: Al Drago/The New York Times (via instagram.com/al_drago)
"23.01.2017 18:55:01" nytimes.com Many Condemn a Comedian's Tweet About Trump's Son Chelsea Clinton urged people to leave Barron Trump alone, and online petition signers called on NBC to fire the “S.N.L.” writer who tweeted. “Barron Trump deserves the chance every child does — to be a kid,” Chelsea Clinton wrote in a Facebook post.
"23.01.2017 18:31:12" The New York Times Opinion Section Join us to speak with leaders of Republican Women For Hillary. Editorial Board writer Anna North asks them your questions. The New York Times Opinion Section's Anna North is speaking with leaders of Republican Women for Hillary. Post your questions for them in the comments.
"23.01.2017 18:25:02" nytimes.com Blame Technology, Not Longer Life Spans, for Health Spending Increases Every year you age, health care technology changes — usually for the better, but always at higher cost. Why is health spending going up? It's not because old people are living longer.
"23.01.2017 17:55:30" nytimes.com Why BuzzFeed News Published the Dossier Trust, in this new media ecology, means trusting the readers' judgment. The Trump dossier was influencing decision makers at the highest levels. The public had the right to see it, Ben Smith, the editor in chief of BuzzFeed News, writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"23.01.2017 17:40:01" nytimes.com 'Homeland' Recap: Carrie Is Back to Her Old Self, Bending Rules And no surprise, things seem to be warming up between Carrie and Quinn. This week on "Homeland," Carrie is back in the business of bending the rules — and, as usual, she's likely to pay dearly.
"23.01.2017 17:25:01" Photos from The New York Times's post Crowds in hundreds of cities around the world gathered Saturday in conjunction with the Women's March on Washington.
Photos from marches on every continent: http://nyti.ms/2k91hEd
Clockwise from top: Chang W. Lee/NYT; Linda Zunas; Rajesh Jantilal/AFP—
"23.01.2017 17:13:52" Nicholas Kristof My first FB Live on the Trump administration. Grill me about Trump and my Sunday column (http://nyti.ms/2jppYLM) about how the world is actually getting better. The New York Times Opinion Section's Nicholas Kristof is live talking about President Donald J. Trump and his column on how the world is actually getting better. Comment with your thoughts and questions.
"23.01.2017 17:10:02" nytimes.com To Secular Bangladeshis, Textbook Changes Are a Harbinger Revisions sought by Islamic scholars were barely noticeable to the public, but intellectuals see them as government accommodation of a larger shift toward radical Islam. "Parents are asking me, 'Should we start teaching our children at home?'" an activist said.
"23.01.2017 17:05:55" nytimes.com Trump Set to Abandon Trans-Pacific Partnership, Obama's Signature Trade Deal The decision at the start of the new administration is a signal that the president plans to follow through on promises to be aggressive with foreign competitors. Breaking News: President Donald J. Trump has declared that the U.S. won't join the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a sweeping trade pact negotiated by Barack Obama.
"23.01.2017 16:56:15" 3 Generations of Women March for Women's Rights "Myself, my mother, and my 3 daughters, we're all going to the March on Washington today. 3 generations of awesomeness, fighting for uterus rights."
"23.01.2017 16:25:37" nytimes.com Aziz Ansari's Monologue on 'Saturday Night Live': Transcript The actor and comedian delivered the first “Saturday Night Live” monologue under President Donald J. Trump. On Saturday Night Live, Aziz Ansari lampooned President Donald J. Trump as “the Chris Brown of politics” but also urged him to confront a “new, lower-case KKK movement” in America. Here's the full transcript.
"23.01.2017 16:10:35" nytimes.com Snapchat Discover Takes a Hard Line on Misleading and Explicit Images The changes aim to “empower our editorial partners to do their part to keep Snapchat an informative, factual and safe environment for everyone,” said Rachel Racusen, a spokeswoman for the company. Risqué and misleading images will be much less prominent on Snapchat's Discover.
"23.01.2017 15:40:01" nytimes.com We Are Dissidents; We Are Legion The Women's March was an uprising. "The women's marches sent a clear signal: Your comfort will not be built on our constriction. We are America. We are loud, 'nasty' and fed up," Charles M. Blow writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"23.01.2017 15:25:01" nytimes.com After Success of Women's March, a Question Remains: What's Next? The challenge facing the organizers is figuring out how to channel the resolve and outrage of an organic protest into action that produces political change. A wide range of groups that advocate for women are trying turn an event into a sustained movement.
"23.01.2017 15:15:00" nytimes.com Sean Spicer's War With the Media Goes Back to His College Days The White House press secretary made waves this weekend with falsehoods given to the White House press corps, but his jousting with the media goes way back. He may have even coined the meme "Sad!"
"23.01.2017 14:55:01" nytimes.com Donald Trump and a Sea of Empty Desks So much for the claim that people from the business world are always more efficient managers. "Donald J. Trump assumed office on Friday with the most incomplete team in recent history. Since then he's seemed to focus more on his inaugural crowd size than on the immense job at hand," the Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"23.01.2017 14:20:06" nytimes.com 'Alternative Facts' and the Costs of Trump-Branded Reality The falsehoods put forth by members of the Trump team imperil one of the country's most valuable assets: its credibility. "When Donald J. Trump swore the presidential oath on Friday, he assumed responsibility not only for the levers of government but also for one of the United States' most valuable assets, battered though it may be: its credibility," Jim Rutenberg writes.
"23.01.2017 14:10:01" nytimes.com United Airlines Flights Are Delayed by Computer Problem The airline did not describe the source of the problem, which forced the grounding of domestic flights for two and a half hours, but said it was not the result of a hack. A computer problem forced United Airlines to ground all domestic flights for 2 and a half hours on Sunday night, a spokeswoman said.
"23.01.2017 13:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Presidency Is Already Altering Israeli-Palestinian Politics The transition, and questions surrounding it, rippled through issues including the location of the American Embassy and whether Palestinians are on the edge of a renewed revolt. Benjamin Netanyahu tried to tamp down his rivals by positioning himself both as Donald J. Trump's main interlocutor as well as the champion of Jewish settlers in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
"23.01.2017 12:55:00" nytimes.com Cervical Cancer Taking Deadlier Toll in U.S. Than Had Been Thought A new study, which excluded women with hysterectomies, also showed the disparity in death rates between blacks and whites was significantly wider. The rate at which black American women are dying from cervical cancer is comparable to that of women in many poor developing nations, researchers said.
"23.01.2017 12:25:01" nytimes.com Things Can Only Get Worse What comes after “American carnage”? "You may have thought that last weekend's temper tantrum was bad. But there's much, much worse to come," Paul Krugman writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"23.01.2017 11:55:01" nytimes.com News Media, Target of Trump's Declaration of War, Expresses Alarm Journalists were in a state of shock a day after Sean Spicer, the press secretary, employed a combative tone and false statements in his first appearance on the White House podium. "If Trump wants to take on the First Amendment, we will see him in court," the American Civil Liberties Union said.
"23.01.2017 11:31:00" nytimes.com President Trump, Yahya Jammeh, Southeast Storms: Your Monday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Daily Briefing: Here's what you need to know today.
"23.01.2017 11:14:00" nytimes.com 'Gambia Is Back Again,' but Its New Leader Is Still in Senegal “Gambia is back again,” said Mr. Barrow, who wore a shiny brown traditional gown and leather sandals. “We have been isolated for so many years, and we want Gambia to be very active again in this world.” Gambia's president had been stuck in Senegal for a week, waiting for the incumbent he defeated to step down.
"23.01.2017 10:55:01" nytimes.com Rocky First Weekend for Trump Troubles Even His Top Aides To the extent that there was a plan to take advantage of the first days of his administration, when a president is usually at his maximum leverage, President Trump threw it aside. Donald J. Trump's debut was not a success.
"23.01.2017 10:25:01" nytimes.com Trump's Health Plan Would Convert Medicaid to Block Grants, Aide Says The change would be a profound one for the health insurance program for low-income people, raising a host of thorny political and financial questions. Donald J. Trump's plan to replace the ACA will propose giving each state a fixed amount of federal money in the form of a block grant.
"23.01.2017 10:15:01" nytimes.com With French Left in Crisis, Manuel Valls and Benoît Hamon Head to Runoff The governing Socialists are deeply unpopular and given little chance in the coming presidential election, as European voters abandon the left. From Italy to Poland to Britain and beyond, voters are deserting center-left parties.
"23.01.2017 09:55:00" nytimes.com Maintaining a Sunny Spirit in the Face of Hardship Linda Ragoo, a beneficiary of Neediest Cases, has a variety of health issues that she combats with the laughter that frames her positive personality. A stroke left her partly paralyzed, but she's still able to laugh off life's setbacks.
"23.01.2017 09:25:00" nytimes.com The Numbers Game of Donald Trump Mr. Trump has long deployed what he described in his first book, “The Art of the Deal,” as “truthful hyperbole,” and what others might call lies. It is "an innocent form of exaggeration — and a very effective form of promotion," Donald J. Trump wrote in his first book.
"23.01.2017 08:50:01" nytimes.com Theresa May Is Grilled Over U.K. Missile Test Failure The prime minister refused to comment about the 2016 missile test or about reports that its failure had been covered up by her predecessor. Theresa May refused say whether she knew about the reported failure of an unarmed missile during a test.
"23.01.2017 07:55:01" nytimes.com Stepping Out of the Ring While Rolling With the Punches Joanna Acevedo, 22, had to quit boxing and postpone her dreams to care for her daughter, who was born with a rare condition that has affected her eyesight. Serenity was born with a rare condition that's affected her eyesight. Her mother hopes modern medicine will find a remedy.
"23.01.2017 07:25:00" nytimes.com Eat Peppers, Live Longer? Eating hot chili peppers may help you live longer, a new analysis reports. Capsaicin, the substance that gives peppers their punch, may be linked to disease prevention.
"23.01.2017 06:55:01" nytimes.com New Culture Hot Spot in New York: The 2nd Avenue Subway Three stations recently opened on the Upper East Side, drawing people eager to check out the architecture and the public art. There are several contenders for coolest neighborhood in New York, but the Upper East Side is usually not one of them.
"23.01.2017 05:55:00" nytimes.com Clearing Out the App Stores: Government Censorship Made Easier App stores backed by giant corporations have created choke points for the internet, which governments are now exploiting. There's a new form of government censorship taking place inside app stores.
"23.01.2017 05:15:00" nytimes.com Foreign Payments to Trump Firms Violate Constitution, Suit Will Claim A team of constitutional scholars, Supreme Court litigators and former White House ethics lawyers plans to file the suit Monday, part of a barrage of legal actions by liberal groups. A team of prominent constitutional scholars, Supreme Court litigators and former White House ethics lawyers intends to file a lawsuit Monday morning alleging that President Donald J. Trump is violating the Constitution by allowing his hotels and other
"23.01.2017 04:35:01" nytimes.com Rocky First Weekend for Trump Troubles Even His Top Aides To the extent that there was a plan to take advantage of the first days of his administration, when a president is usually at his maximum leverage, President Trump threw it aside. The problem is that what works on the way to the White House does not always work once a candidate gets there.
"23.01.2017 04:10:00" nytimes.com NYT Watching Recommendation of the Day: 'Peaky Blinders' Set in the years between World War I and World War II, this British crime show about a Birmingham street gang hits the sweet spot between “Boardwalk Empire” and “Downton Abbey.” If you like your British dramas dark and tortured, "Peaky Blinders" is for you. (via NYT Watching)
"23.01.2017 03:54:35" nytimes.com Tom Brady and Patriots Overwhelm Steelers and Advance to Super Bowl LI Brady threw for 384 yards and three touchdowns to vanquish visiting Pittsburgh and lead New England to the Super Bowl for the seventh time. The New England Patriots crushed The Pittsburgh Steelers to head to another Super Bowl.
"23.01.2017 02:55:00" nytimes.com Review: 'Leonard Cohen: Bird on a Wire,' Portrait of an Artist in Chaos Tony Palmer's documentary follows this singer-songwriter in an early phase of his career, during a somewhat disordered 1972 European tour. "Leonard Cohen/[strum]/is going to sing his songs/[strum]/of anguish and despair.”
"23.01.2017 01:55:00" When Your Loved Ones Voted the Other Way “Are we ready to go a few rounds?” We asked parents and children who voted for opposing candidates to discuss their hopes and fears for the country — and for each other — over the course of the next four years. This is part of Tiffany and her mom Donna
"23.01.2017 01:30:59" nytimes.com At Least 16 Die as Tornadoes Sweep Southeast Thunderstorms and tornadoes took a heavy toll in Georgia and Mississippi, with damage also reported in Alabama, Louisiana and Texas. "It's like a bomb had been dropped"
"23.01.2017 00:55:02" 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 do you recommend seeing in Dubronvik? Share your tips.
"22.01.2017 23:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Shrimp In Yellow Curry Recipe Many Thai dishes are not unlike what we call curries, but although they may contain curry powder, they are more often based on a combination of herbs and aromatic vegetables, rather than dried spices A typical curry might feature a mixture of garlic, Even though there's very little fuss, the results are fabulous. (via The New York Times Food)
"22.01.2017 22:55:00" nytimes.com Another Australian Open Surprise: The Return of the Old Roger Federer With Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic eliminated, the 35-year-old Federer, returning from a six-month injury break has the potential to make a deep run. Roger Federer is doing an excellent impression of vintage Roger Federer at the Australian Open.
"22.01.2017 22:25:00" nytimes.com White House Pushes 'Alternative Facts.' Here Are the Real Ones. Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Trump, and Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, have accused the news media of reporting falsehoods about the inauguration. President Donald J. Trump's administration is pushing “alternative facts.” Here are real facts about the inaugural crowd, the intelligence rift and more.
"22.01.2017 21:55:01" nytimes.com Kevin Turner's Parents Still Watch Football. But Differently. They will tune into the N.F.L. playoffs Sunday, even though their son, an N.F.L. player for eight seasons, died after battling a disease linked to head trauma. "I know a lot of people are going to say, 'How do you watch football knowing football had taken your son's own life?' " Raymond Turner said. "But it's hard to explain, really. It's just all so hard to explain."
"22.01.2017 21:25:00" nytimes.com G.O.P. Senators Hope to Speed Trump Cabinet Confirmations Efforts have been stymied by lax preparation by President Trump's transition team, his many unorthodox nominees, and Democrats spoiling for a fight. "If I were the Republicans, of course I'd want to ram a cabinet like this through," Senator Chuck Schumer said about President Donald J. Trump's nominations.
"22.01.2017 20:55:00" nytimes.com The President Who Buried Humility Donald Trump's inauguration heralds a new age of arrogance and says something sad and scary. President Donald J. Trump is "a braggart beyond his predecessors in the Oval Office, and that says something sad and scary about the country that elected him and the kind of leader he's likely to be. With Trump we enter a new age of arrogance."
"22.01.2017 20:25:00" nytimes.com Cubans Newly Blocked at U.S. Border Place Hopes in Trump The Obama administration ended special immigration privileges for Cubans after normalizing relations with Cuba. Now migrants arrive into a desperate limbo after an arduous journey. Over 1,000 Cuban migrants hoping to reach the U.S. are stranded in Mexico because Barack Obama ended their immigration privileges this month.
Their hope of entering America now rests in President Donald J. Trump.
"22.01.2017 19:58:26" nytimes.com N.F.C. Championship: Falcons Lead Packers in First Quarter The Packers visit Atlanta in a battle of high-powered offenses. Stay here for live updates and analysis. Keep up with live scores, updates and analysis from the NFC championship game between the Green Bay Packers and the Atlanta Falcons, and the AFC championship game between The Pittsburgh Steelers and the New England Patriots.
"22.01.2017 19:25:01" nytimes.com Trump's Vow to Repeal Health Law Revives Talk of High-Risk Pools Some lawmakers are pushing the idea of the pools, which in the past left many people with pre-existing conditions uncovered or with strict limits to health care. Even though President Donald J. Trump insists that insurers will still cover patients with pre-existing conditions, many lawmakers have started suggesting "high-risk pools," a concept that left many people uncovered or with strict limits to their
"22.01.2017 18:55:01" nytimes.com I Went to Aleppo to Study. I Left in a Convoy of Refugees. In the last weeks of the siege, we were desperate for the world to hear and help us. "I was constantly afraid of bombs dropping anywhere, anytime. The sound of helicopters and planes above kept me on edge."
Read more in The New York Times Opinion Section
"22.01.2017 18:25:02" nytimes.com Attack on Alt-Right Leader Has Internet Asking: Is It O.K. to Punch a Nazi? An assault on Richard B. Spencer, a well-known far-right activist, in Washington after the inauguration prompted outrage — and mockery — online. Richard Spencer, an alt-right leader, was punched in the head by a protester on Inauguration Day, prompting the internet to ask if it's OK to punch a Nazi.
For the record, Richard Spencer says he is not a Nazi.
"22.01.2017 17:55:00" Head to Washington for the Women's March, which drew hundreds of thousands to the nation's capital in protest of President Donald J. Trump. #Daily360
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"22.01.2017 17:25:00" nytimes.com Crowd Scientists Say Women's March in Washington Had 3 Times as Many People as Trump's Inauguration Estimates by crowd scientists of attendance at events on Friday and Saturday and how they calculated it. The women's march in Washington was roughly 3 times the size of the audience at President Donald J. Trump's inauguration, crowd counting experts said.
"22.01.2017 16:55:02" nytimes.com In a Rust Belt Town, the Women's March Draws Shrugs and Cheers From Afar Women in Niles, Mich., 600 miles from Washington, disagreed on the need for the march and on the issues it focused on. What some women in a Rust Belt town had to say about the Women's March:
"Never heard of it."
"No idea what it is."
"It's kind of offensive."
"22.01.2017 16:25:01" nytimes.com Trump on 'Saturday Night Live'? Nope. It's Putin and Ansari. The show opened with an impersonation of the Russian president, and the host, the actor and comedian Aziz Ansari, urged the new American president to address issues of race. "It's the most expensive thing we've ever bought," Saturday Night Live's Vladimir Putin character said of Donald J. Trump's America.
"22.01.2017 15:55:01" nytimes.com At Least 15 Die as Tornadoes Sweep Southeast Storm-related deaths were confirmed in Georgia and Mississippi, with damage also reported in parts of Alabama, Louisiana and Texas. Severe weather has killed at least 15 people in the South and Sunday is shaping up to be another dangerous day.
"22.01.2017 15:44:23" The Women's March in Washington "This is an outpouring of energy and true democracy like I have never seen in my very long life," said Gloria Steinem at the Women's March in Washington.
"22.01.2017 15:25:02" nytimes.com Defiant Voices Flood U.S. Cities as Women Rally for Rights In cities across the country and beyond, demonstrators protested the new president after an election that placed gender in the spotlight as never before. Leaders of the women's marches hope there will be a sustained campaign of protest. They see a nation polarized by an election that raised questions about American values, out-of-touch elites and barriers to women's ambitions.
"22.01.2017 14:55:00" nytimes.com Presidential Palaces: A Global Quiz With Donald J. Trump moving into the White House, here is a chance to test your knowledge of 10 other presidential palaces around the globe, see their noteworthy designs and read about their intriguing back stories. With Donald J. Trump moving into the White House, here is a chance to test your knowledge of 10 other presidential palaces around the globe.
"22.01.2017 13:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Pan-Roasted Cauliflower With Garlic, Parsley and Rosemary Recipe Nearly any vegetable tastes good browned in olive oil and showered with garlic, parsley and rosemary, but cauliflower is an especially good candidate for this technique The inherent sweetness of cauliflower begs for a hit of lemon and hot pepper too Serve Don't settle for plain steamed cauliflower. (via The New York Times Food)
"22.01.2017 12:55:01" nytimes.com How Much Warmer Was Your City in 2016? Interactive chart showing high and low temperatures and precipitation for more than 5,000 cities around the world. New York City was 2.2° above normal last year. See how much warmer (or cooler) your city was.
"22.01.2017 11:55:01" nytimes.com A Grandmother's Secret Turmeric Prescription A morning tea ritual to cure what ails you. A morning tea ritual to cure what ails you.
"22.01.2017 10:55:00" nytimes.com After Silent Period, Park Service Says It Regrets 2 Trump-Related Retweets After sharing the posts, including one comparing the size of President Trump's inauguration crowd with President Obama's in 2009, the agency stopped using Twitter for several hours on Friday and Saturday. The National Park Service apologized for its President Donald J. Trump-related tweets, calling them mistakes.
"22.01.2017 09:55:00" nytimes.com A Rediscovered Mark Twain Fairy Tale Is Coming Soon A fanciful bedtime story that he told his daughters will finally be finished and released, more than a century after he wrote it. A bedtime story that Mark Twain told his daughters will be released more than a century after he wrote it.
"22.01.2017 08:55:00" nytimes.com Marine Le Pen Extols Far Right During Speech in Germany The triumph of anti-Europeans in Britain and Donald J. Trump in the United States has galvanized the Continent's far-right parties, who are wooing disillusioned voters. French politician Marine Le Pen wasted no time in proclaiming 2017 as the year of far-right awakening in Europe.
"22.01.2017 07:55:00" nytimes.com Historian's Latest Book on Mao Turns Acclaim in China to Censure Yang Jisheng's effort to “recover the history” of the Cultural Revolution has become part of the struggle over China's Communist past, which has widened under President Xi Jinping. "I wrote this book to expose lies and restore the truth. This is an area that is extremely complicated and risky, but as soon as I entered it, I was filled with passion."
"22.01.2017 06:25:00" nytimes.com As U.S. Cedes Leadership on Climate, Others Step Up at Davos China, India and even the leaders of large corporations are eager to have a bigger role in fighting global warming, meetings at the World Economic Forum showed. If the U.S. is going to forfeit its leading role in climate change under President Donald J. Trump, there are plenty of countries happy to step up.
"22.01.2017 05:55:00" Women March Around the World Hundreds of thousands of women gathered in Washington in a kind of counterinauguration after President Donald J. Trump took office. They were joined by hundreds of thousands around the nation and the world.
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"22.01.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com Leaders Abroad, Joyful or Wary, Face Uncertainty of Trump Era Germany's vice chancellor said the inaugural speech reflected a “drastic radicalization” of U.S. politics. But some world leaders embraced the new reality. Donald J. Trump's inauguration caused dismay in Britain, applause in Russia and concern in Mexico. French populists found hope and Germany's vice chancellor cited his country's dark past.
"22.01.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com Abducted at Birth and Found 18 Years Later, Woman Tries On New Identity Alexis K. Manigo is trying to balance her ties to the woman who raised her, now charged with kidnapping, and to her birthparents. “You have incidents where people's lives were turned upside down, and then you have this: a life that was essentially erased.”
"22.01.2017 03:55:00" Inauguration: Triumph and Tears A look at the boisterous celebrations and sometimes violent protests on the day of President Donald J. Trump's inauguration.
"22.01.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com Meaghan Wentland and Julian McKinley: At the Clerk's Office, It's Couple 716's Turn Dozens of love stories unfold each day at the Manhattan Marriage Bureau. Here's one of them. Her dress cost $6. The best man was 5 years old. And everything was perfect.
"22.01.2017 02:55:00" nytimes.com 36 Hours in Galveston, Texas Though it's now known mostly as a frothy beach resort, this port city, population 49,000, has more character than most flip-flop playgrounds. Explore favorite stops in Galveston, a surprisingly sophisticated beach town.
"22.01.2017 02:25:00" Fashion in the Age of Trump Vanessa Friedman discusses the styles seen on Inauguration Day: "It's not just a dress. It is a symbol of what this family is going to try to do as they represent both the country and the administration." http://nyti.ms/2jCl6np
"22.01.2017 01:55:00" nytimes.com How to Listen to Donald Trump Every Day for Years Linguistically, I listen to the man who is now president as if he were roughly 12 years old. That way, he is always perfectly understandable. We have to stop thinking that what President Donald J. Trump says has any deeper significance. Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"22.01.2017 01:25:00" nytimes.com Almost Two-Thirds of Primate Species Near Extinction, Scientists Find From gorillas to gibbons, a wide-ranging survey finds that the world's primates are in steep decline. The news for primates, man's closest animal relatives, is not good: “It's worse than we thought 10 years ago.”
"22.01.2017 00:55:00" nytimes.com The Protest Playlist, From the Hip-Hop Duo Run the Jewels Run the Jewels and The Times put together a list of 10 songs that say something about the time they were created — and the discontent of today. Run the Jewels put together a list of 10 protest songs.
"22.01.2017 00:25:00" nytimes.com Catching Up With the Matriarch Behind Beyoncé and Solange Tina Knowles Lawson remains the inspiration for the chart-topping daughters she raised while running a hair salon in Houston. Some facts about Tina Knowles Lawson a.k.a. "Miss Tina":
1. She raised Beyoncé and Solange.
2. She's a longtime collector of black contemporary art.
3. She loves to shop at Costco.
"22.01.2017 00:01:55" nytimes.com Trump Attacks News Media Over Reporting on Crowd Size The president and his press secretary excoriated the news media for what they said were deliberate efforts to understate the number of people at the inauguration. Breaking News: Amid mass protests nationwide, President Donald J. Trumpand his spokesman accused the media of understating the turnout for his inauguration.
"21.01.2017 23:55:01" cooking.nytimes.com Mark Bittman's Eggplant Parmesan Recipe This recipe is by Mark Bittman. Tell us what you think of it at The New York Times - Dining - Food. Bake until bubbly. (via The New York Times Food)
"21.01.2017 23:25:00" nytimes.com San Francisco Asks: Where Have All the Children Gone? San Francisco has the lowest share of children of the country's largest cities, a longstanding trend reinforced by a tech industry that skews young and single. A few generations ago, San Francisco was alive with children and families. Today it has the lowest percentage of children of any of the largest 100 cities in America.
"21.01.2017 22:55:00" nytimes.com 'It's Not for Wimps': 8 Stuntwomen Reflect on Their Careers Women struggled for decades to get noticed as stunt doubles, even when they had the right athletic and aerobic skills. After the death this month of Paula Dell, one of the pioneering stuntwomen in Hollywood, we asked 8 stuntwomen to reflect on their careers.
"21.01.2017 22:25:00" nytimes.com How Marches in Washington Have Shaped America The Times looks back at several marches in Washington over the past century and how they altered Americans' views on issues like civil rights and war. We took a look back at several marches in Washington and how they changed — or didn't change — history.
"21.01.2017 21:55:00" nytimes.com Finding Myself Marching I took for granted the progress my mother's generation made. I am ashamed that it took the dread of Donald J. Trump to wake me up to the reality that progress is never permanent, or certain. Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"21.01.2017 21:25:00" Hundreds of thousands of women gathered at the Women's March on Washington for what one protestor called "the inaugural day of resistance." Here's an up close look at the march, now on The New York Times Snapchat.
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"21.01.2017 21:10:00" nytimes.com What Does Trump's Executive Order Against Obamacare Actually Do? Major changes to health policy will require new legislation, not an executive order. An executive order, alone, won't allow President Donald J. Trump to unwind the sprawling health law known as Obamacare.
"21.01.2017 20:55:00" In Solidarity: Women's Marches Across the World Watch as thousands march worldwide in solidarity with the Women's March on Washington. #Daily360
"21.01.2017 20:53:53" NYT Politics Join us at the Women's March in Los Angeles. Comment with our questions, and NYT reporter Jenny Medina will ask some. We're at the Women's March in Los Angeles. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Jenny Medina will ask some.
"21.01.2017 20:40:00" nytimes.com Women's March Draws 'Duty-Bound' From Wall Street Financial professionals, not known for political protest because of its potential to hurt their careers, are joining the Washington event in force. Wall Street women — though often tough and tenacious — are not a crowd accustomed to street protest. Until now.
"21.01.2017 20:32:11" Live after Women's March in Phoenix The Women's March in Phoenix just ended, and we're on a bus with a group that traveled to the event from Sedona, Arizona. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Fernanda Santos will ask some.
"21.01.2017 20:20:31" nytimes.com Watch Live: Trump at the C.I.A. President Trump makes his first remarks to the C.I.A. Watch live: President Donald J. Trump makes his first remarks to the CIA.
"21.01.2017 20:10:00" instagram.com Instagram photo by New York Times Archives • Jan 21, 2017 at 3:06pm UTC See this Instagram photo by @nytarchives • 109 likes From instagram.com/nytarchives: Women marching on Fifth Avenue in New York City in August 1971.
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"21.01.2017 20:04:31" NYT Politics We're at the Women's March on Washington, D.C. NYT reporter Deborah Acosta is there to answer your questions. We're at the Women's March on Washington. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Deborah Acosta will ask some.
"21.01.2017 19:56:00" nytimes.com 'I Do Not Recall Feeling So Anxious or Powerless' Our top 10 comments of the week: Readers debate the Trump inauguration, Obama's commutation of Chelsea Manning's sentence and banned books. Our top 10 comments of the week.
"21.01.2017 19:41:38" Video From The New York Times We're at the Women's March in Boston. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Jess Bidgood will ask some. We're at the Women's March in Boston. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Jess Bidgood will ask some.
"21.01.2017 19:40:00" nytimes.com How Anna Wintour's Longtime Party Planner Turned to Trump Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, the former director of special events for Vogue, helped plan an inauguration that is distressing many in the fashion world. Meet the former Vogue mainstay who helped plan President Donald J. Trump's inauguration.
"21.01.2017 19:29:15" Live from Women's March on Washington We're live from the Women's March on Washington. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Deborah Acosta will ask some.
"21.01.2017 19:26:07" nytimes.com New York Reactions to Trump Inauguration: Fear and Prayer The swearing-in of only the second president born in the city met with apathy and anger among many other New Yorkers. A few said it didn't seem real. Donald J. Trump is someone whom most New Yorkers did not want to become president. Many carried on as if it were not happening, or watched with gritted teeth.
"21.01.2017 19:11:49" nytimes.com Pictures From Women's Marches Around the United States and the World Crowds in hundreds of cities around the world are gathering Saturday in conjunction with the Women's March on Washington. There are marches happening worldwide in conjunction with the Women's March on Washington, which is expected to be the largest inauguration-related demonstration in U.S. history.
"21.01.2017 19:08:01" Live from Women's March on Washington We're live in D.C., where the Women's March on Washington has yet to begin. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Deborah Acosta will ask some.
"21.01.2017 18:59:37" New York Today Join us at the Women's March on New York City. Leave your questions in the comments and NYT reporter Emma Graves Fitzsimmons will ask some. We're at the Women's March in New York City. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Emma Graves Fitzsimmons will ask some.
"21.01.2017 18:55:00" nytimes.com Another Day at a Monument to Democracy Visitors to Washington in favor and against President Trump sought out a solid reminder that a country divided against itself can stand. Whether in support or against President Donald J. Trump, the Lincoln Memorial still inspires.
"21.01.2017 18:52:42" New York Today Join us at the Women's March on New York City. Leave your questions in the comments and NYT reporter Emma Fitzsimmons will ask some. We're at the Women's March in New York City. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Emma Graves Fitzsimmons will ask some.
"21.01.2017 18:40:00" nytimes.com Trump's Improvised Path to a Month of Executive Action In a reflection of the improvisational style that helped fuel his rise, he has made few, if any, firm decisions about which orders he wants to make, or in which order. President Donald J. Trump plans to take executive action on a nearly daily basis for a month to unravel Barack Obama's legacy — but he had not devised a clear strategy by his first day in office.
"21.01.2017 18:28:43" NYT Politics Thousands have gathered for the Women's March on NYC. Join NYT journalist Paul Moon live, and share your thoughts in the comments. Join us at the Women's March in New York City. Comment with your questions, and NYT journalist Paul Moon will ask some.
"21.01.2017 18:25:01" nytimes.com Artists Reckon With Trump's Inauguration Cultural counterprogramming. An artists' strike. A museum's celebration. Dispatches from coast to coast. How creative were artists in reckoning with the start of the President Donald J. Trump era? Here is a sampling of Inauguration Day in culture.
"21.01.2017 18:06:55" nytimes.com Jared Kushner, Trump's Son-in-Law, Is Cleared to Serve as Adviser The Justice Department says President Trump's appointment of Jared Kushner in the White House role does not violate anti-nepotism laws. President Donald J. Trump's appointment of his son-in-law as an adviser does not violate anti-nepotism laws, The United States Department of Justice said.
"21.01.2017 17:47:12" NYT Politics Thousands have gathered for the Women's March on NYC. Join NYT journalist Paul Moon live, and share your thoughts in the comments. We're at the Women's March in New York City. Comment with your questions, and NYT journalist Paul Moon will ask some.
"21.01.2017 17:40:00" nytimes.com Ask Questions About the Women's March: Live Video We're bringing you live to Women's Marches around the country. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporters will address some. We're live from Women's Marches around the U.S. Have questions? Ask our reporters here. #WomensMarch
"21.01.2017 17:25:00" nytimes.com Trump Inspires Cheers, and Alarm, Around the World The president's inauguration was a cause of worry for many around the world, but some greeted it with wine and celebration. Several celebratory parties were held in Moscow before and after President Donald J. Trump's inauguration. At one, the crowd sang, "Trump, Trump, he is a superhuman."
"21.01.2017 17:10:02" nytimes.com Inaugural Speech Dims G.O.P. Hopes for a More Conservative Trump Agenda The new president challenged establishment views on domestic, fiscal and foreign affairs, setting up a clash over Republicans' long-held identity. Donald J. Trump declared himself modern America's first populist president — and all but dared his own party to resist his Republican reformation.
"21.01.2017 16:58:34" Live from Women's March on Washington Hundreds of thousands of people are marching now in the Women's March on Washington. Join a live Q&A now as we take you along. NYT reporter Deborah Acosta is watching for your thoughts and questions in the comments.
"21.01.2017 16:55:00" nytimes.com Mr. Reality TV Goes to Washington On Inauguration Day, news broadcasters seemed unnerved by the prospect President Donald J. Trump would remain as combative as he had been while the host of “The Apprentice.” During the inauguration, 2 narratives collided: that of the inauguration ritual and that of President Donald J. Trump.
"21.01.2017 16:40:00" nytimes.com Melania Trump's 'America First' Inaugural Wardrobe From her powder-blue dress at the swearing-in to her outfits at the balls, the first lady modeled the fashion of politics, and the politics of fashion. Melania Trump closely studied the vernacular of first lady dress and in the end, checked every box.
"21.01.2017 16:25:01" nytimes.com Many Left. Many Arrived. All Felt the Mood of a New Era. The atmosphere was unmistakable on Friday in Washington, where crowds gathered for President Trump's inauguration, protests broke out and many residents simply skipped town. The people gathered in nature's gloom, squinting through a spitting rain, sizing up President Donald J. Trump and his moment, in a city disinclined to welcome either.
"21.01.2017 16:11:11" nytimes.com Distraught Yet Upbeat, Broadway Stars Give 'Concert for America' On Inauguration Day, performers in New York looked to the future and raised money for causes like civil liberties and women's health. There was no mention of President Donald J. Trump. Instead, Broadway stars gave a concert that focused on the future and raised money for their causes.
"21.01.2017 15:55:30" nytimes.com Trump Embraces the Look of the Presidency The new president, who is allergic to confrontation in private, was surrounded on the inaugural platform by politicians of both parties whom he has derided. Donald J. Trump, proudly unpresidential in word and tweet during the transition, readily embraced the pomp-and-patriotism visuals of the presidency.
"21.01.2017 15:40:31" nytimes.com Despite Sabbath, Ivanka Trump and Husband Celebrate Inauguration The inaugural gatherings on Friday night posed an obstacle to their Orthodox Jewish observance of the Sabbath. Ivanka Trump and her husband got a religious pass to hit the inaugural balls.
"21.01.2017 15:25:01" nytimes.com The 305 People, Places and Things Donald Trump Has Insulted on Twitter: A Complete List An attempt to categorize every insult Donald J. Trump has made on Twitter since declaring his candidacy for president. We've updated our list of all of the people, places and things that President Donald J. Trump has insulted on Twitter.
"21.01.2017 15:07:07" nytimes.com 'We're Not Going Away': Huge Crowds for Women's Marches Against Trump Hundreds of thousands of women gathered in Washington and other cities across the country in a kind of counterinauguration after President Trump took office on Friday. As the Women's March continues in D.C., protesters are also convening around the world. Join us for updates.
"21.01.2017 15:01:56" Women's March on Washington Watch the Women's March on Washington rally, featuring speakers like Gloria Steinem and performers like Janelle Monáe. Leave your thoughts in the comments.
"21.01.2017 14:55:00" nytimes.com 'A Republic, if You Can Keep It' Photographing Washington the week before the Inauguration. “I've heard stories about towns in America that celebrated when Donald J. Trump won the election,” a photographer writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
He continues: “Washington wasn't one of those towns.”
"21.01.2017 14:25:01" nytimes.com How the Women's March Could Resurrect the Democratic Party The march shows why “identity politics” are central to the future of the Democratic Party. "The Women's March shows why "identity politics" are central to the Democratic Party's future," Lori Adelman writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"21.01.2017 13:59:31" The New York Times Opinion Section Join us in D.C. as people gather for the Women's March on Washington. We're with Teresa Fedor, a state representative from Ohio, to hear her views on the march and President Donald J. Trump. Comment with your questions, and Anna North will ask some. Join us in D.C. as people gather for the @Women's March on Washington. We're with Teresa Fedor, a state representative from Ohio, to hear her views on the march and President @Donald J. Trump. Comment with your questions, and @nytopinion's @Anna North
"21.01.2017 13:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Our 20 Most Popular Soups and Stews Our 20 Most Popular Soups and Stews is a group of recipes collected by the editors of NYT Cooking Soup's on! (via The New York Times Food)
"21.01.2017 13:20:58" nytimes.com Where Women's Marches Are Happening Around the World The Women's March on Washington is expected to be the largest inauguration-related demonstration in United States history. It's not just the Women's March on Washington. They're happening across the U.S. and overseas.
"21.01.2017 12:55:00" nytimes.com Trump's Inauguration Was No Woodstock The planning committee's prediction was right. Gail Collins: "Kind of knew Donald J. Trump's day would be different." (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"21.01.2017 11:55:01" nytimes.com President Obama's Reading List Writers and books that Mr. Obama mentioned in his interview about literature with the Times's chief book critic, Michiko Kakutani. A look at Barack Obama's life as a reader.
"21.01.2017 10:55:00" nytimes.com Having a Sundance Hit May Not Make You Rich Anymore In the last decade, only one film that had its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival has earned more than $40 million at the box office. Note to indie filmmakers: having a Sundance Film Festival hit may not make you rich anymore.
"21.01.2017 09:55:00" nytimes.com Voting Should Be Mandatory Compulsory elections are won in the center. Extremist politicians can't get traction. "In a compulsory election, it does not pay to energize your base to the exclusion of all other voters." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"21.01.2017 09:44:11" On the Bus to Women's March Some New Yorkers are waking up early this morning to head to the Women's March on Washington NYT reporter Emma Graves Fitzsimmons is in Brooklyn with a group of women traveling there by bus.
"21.01.2017 08:55:00" nytimes.com When an Airline Suffered Misfortune, Some Looked for a Goat The ritual slaughter of animals is common in Pakistan, but the airport sacrifice of a goat after a deadly plane crash still met with ridicule. The ritual slaughter of animals is common in Pakistan, but the airport sacrifice of a goat still met with ridicule.
"21.01.2017 07:55:00" lens.blogs.nytimes.com The Week in Pictures: Jan. 20, 2017 Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world. Looking back at the week, in photos.
"21.01.2017 06:55:00" nytimes.com Dangers Behind and Uncertainties Ahead, but Together at Last Eleven years after they last saw their mother, José and Juan Rivera left El Salvador to join her in the United States, where new challenges awaited them. She dropped her oldest son off at school, but never picked him up. Instead, she went the U.S. to create a better life for her family.
"21.01.2017 06:25:00" nytimes.com In Inaugural Address, Trump Continues to Shun Establishment Uncompromising in tone and entirely in keeping with his insurgent campaign, President Trump dispensed with appeals to unity or attempts to build bridges to his opponents. Donald J. Trump dispensed with appeals to unity. He tarred the nation's political class, arrayed behind him as faithless and corrupt.
"21.01.2017 05:55:00" nytimes.com How Some Frolicking Fish Got Stuck in a Moment A picture of fish seemingly trapped in a frozen wave on a South Dakota lake has amazed and bewildered viewers on social media. Here's what happened. It's easy to feel sorry for these frozen fish. But take comfort in the fact that their deaths were part of an ecological reboot for the lake where they died.
"21.01.2017 05:42:00" nytimes.com A Clenched Fist for Day 1 He could have extended an open hand and concessions to the other side. Instead, he offered a salute of nationalism and de... "He raised the fist while taking his place at the Capitol steps, and again at the close of a dark, soulless speech introducing himself as the leader of the free world," Timothy Egan writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"21.01.2017 05:25:00" World Protests Against Trump There were protests against Donald J. Trump in cities across the globe, from Manila to Ciudad Juárez.
"21.01.2017 05:10:21" nytimes.com The 58th Presidential Inaugural Seating Chart A who's who of President Donald J. Trump's Washington. Zoom in to see a who's who at Donald J. Trump's inauguration.
"21.01.2017 04:55:04" Photos from The New York Times's post A first lady's inaugural ball dress can say a lot about her agenda, as well as the political climate of the new administration.
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"21.01.2017 04:40:18" nytimes.com What President Trump Doesn't Get About America It was already pretty great, despite its flaws, before he took office Friday. "Expectations weren't high, but the opening moments of Donald J. Trump's presidency were beyond disappointing," the Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"21.01.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com Who Is Karen Pence? A Brief Introduction to the Second Lady Mrs. Pence was with incoming Vice President Mike Pence at almost every stop on the campaign trail, and she will be with him when he is sworn in on Friday. A brief introduction to Karen Pence, based on her public statements and interviews.
"21.01.2017 04:10:14" nytimes.com Hillary Clinton Is Stoic at Her Rival's Inauguration “I'm here today to honor our democracy & its enduring values,” Mrs. Clinton wrote on Twitter of her attendance at Donald J. Trump's swearing-in. “Everyone would have understood if she stayed home. But that's not how she's built.”
"21.01.2017 03:55:00" Donald & Melania: The First Dance Donald J. Trump and Melania Trump shared their first dance as president and first lady. http://nyti.ms/2kapN7f
"21.01.2017 03:40:00" At Inauguration, a Nation Divided The #Daily360: Stand between supporters and protesters at the inauguration of Donald J. Trump.
"21.01.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com 'Change Will Come': Voices of the Women's March on Washington The New York Times asked people who are attending the Women's March on Washington to tell us about why they're going. The Women's March on Washington is expected to be the largest inauguration-related demonstration in U.S. history.
"21.01.2017 03:02:11" nytimes.com Trump Issues Executive Order Scaling Back Parts of Obamacare The one-page order, which the newly inaugurated president signed in a hastily arranged Oval Office ceremony, did not specify which aspects of the health care law it was targeting. Breaking News: President Donald J. Trump's first policy action was an executive order targeting the Affordable Care Act, acting on his pledge to eviscerate the law.
"21.01.2017 02:56:13" We're at the Great Gatsby Inaugural Ball, an unofficial apolitical ball in Washington, D.C. presented by Dardanella. Who do you want us to talk to? Comment with your questions and NYT journalist Deborah Acosta will ask some.
"21.01.2017 02:55:03" Timeline Photos An early look at the front page of The New York Times for Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017.
"21.01.2017 02:41:00" nytimes.com Not My President, Not Now, Not Ever It is a stretch to call Trump anyone's president but his own. "Donald J. Trump isn't my president. I don't mean it emotionally; I mean it literally. It's not sloganeering; it's observable truth. Mr. Trump has no intention of representing me, my family, the people I care about, or the majority of Americans," Lindy
"21.01.2017 02:34:42" Watch live as President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump make an appearance at the Liberty Ball, the first of three official inaugural balls.
"21.01.2017 02:25:01" Photos from The New York Times's post Scenes from Washington on Friday. http://nyti.ms/2jJ8v4q
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"21.01.2017 02:10:00" nytimes.com As Trump Takes Office, Many Conflicts of Interest Still Face His Presidency By continuing to own the Trump Organization, conflict of interest accusations will persist. Some of the conflicts facing Donald J. Trump as president.
"21.01.2017 01:56:19" nytimes.com With Trump in Charge, Climate Change References Purged From Website The digital change, which flashed into place at noon on Friday, immediately placed into sharp relief some of the starkest differences between the old president and the new. The Trump administration took over federal websites, and climate change and LGBT pages were quickly deleted.
"21.01.2017 01:40:55" nytimes.com On TV, Astonishment and Awe at an Inaugural Like No Other Network news commentators took a pause during the inauguration ceremony, not wanting to compete with the oath of President Donald J. Trump. MSNBC's Brian Williams: “A speech that in the early 1960s gave us 'Ask not.' Today, gave us 'American carnage.' ”
"21.01.2017 01:28:35" We're at the Inaugural DeploraBall, an event hosted by the Gays For Trump organization. Comment with questions, and NYT reporter Madison Mills NYT will respond to some.
"21.01.2017 01:27:08" nytimes.com Inaugural Balls: Awaiting the Trumps' First Dance President Trump and his wife, Melania, are making their debut as first couple at three official inaugural balls on Friday night. The inaugural balls have started. Watch live here.
"21.01.2017 01:10:00" Anti-Trump Protests Across the U.S. Anti-Trump protesters clashed with police as rallies took place across the U.S. on Inauguration Day.
"21.01.2017 00:55:00" nytimes.com Obama Toasts Away His Presidency With Tears and Thanks Those who celebrated with Mr. Obama were the truest of the believers during eight years in which hope was repeatedly tested and change often proved difficult. “For all of you who have just done amazing, remarkable work, most of it unheralded, most of it without fanfare, most of it without you getting any word of thanks, we could not be prouder of you,” Barack Obama said.
"21.01.2017 00:40:01" nytimes.com Rice and Chicken With a French Accent Arroz con pollo, chicken biryani — rice and chicken is a dish you find all over the world. Somewhere in the world, a chicken is simmering. Nearby is a bag of rice. The mixture of the two is a universal comfort food.
"21.01.2017 00:25:01" nytimes.com Trump Gives Us 'American Carnage' At least the speech was short. "Barack Obama talked about the hope of which he was the living embodiment. Donald J. Trump gave us 'American carnage.'”
Read on from Andrew Rosenthal in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"21.01.2017 00:10:01" nytimes.com With Echoes of the '30s, Trump Resurrects a Hard-Line Vision of 'America First' In his inaugural address, President Trump appeared to herald the end of an American experiment to shape a world that would be eager to follow the United States' lead. America, and the world, just found out what “America First” means.
"20.01.2017 23:55:00" Highlights of the Trump Inauguration 2017 Highlights from Washington as Donald J. Trump is sworn in as president of the United States. http://nyti.ms/2jgSGhT
"20.01.2017 23:40:01" We're at the protests against Donald J. Trump. Please join NYT journalist Deborah Acosta for a live Q&A about what's happening.
"20.01.2017 23:35:49" nytimes.com 150 Years of Inaugural First Lady Ball Gowns A first lady's inaugural ball dress can say a lot about her agenda, as well as the political climate of the new administration. Here's a look back at inaugural first lady fashion, dating to Mary Todd Lincoln's gown in 1861.
"20.01.2017 23:10:01" nytimes.com 'Justice Nightmare': 32 Years in Texas Prisons After Conviction Voided The case of a man not officially guilty of anything, not officially sentenced to anything, yet languishing for decades behind bars. For decades, Texas officials failed to notice an inmate had no conviction. A new court ruling could finally free him.
"20.01.2017 22:58:11" nytimes.com Senate Confirms Mattis at Defense and Closes In on Kelly for Homeland Security Just hours after President Trump was sworn into office, the Senate on Friday confirmed two of his national security cabinet nominees. Just hours after President Donald J. Trump was sworn into office, the Senate confirmed James Mattis as defense secretary.
"20.01.2017 22:40:48" The New York Times Opinion Section Susan Chira is interviewing Teresa Shook, whose initial Facebook post led to the Women's March on Washington that will be taking place tomorrow, along with sister marches around the world. Leave your questions for them in the comments. The New York Times Opinion Section is live with Teresa Shook, the woman whose Facebook post gave way to the planning of the Women's March on Washington. Comment with your questions, and NYT writer Susan Chira will ask some.
"20.01.2017 22:40:00" Donald Trump's Inauguration, on Snapchat Take an up close look at Donald J. Trump's inauguration on The New York Times Snapchat.
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"20.01.2017 22:25:00" What's in the Tiffany box? Hours later, people are still wondering: What's in the Tiffany box that Melania Trump gave to Michelle Obama? http://nyti.ms/2iKTX4z
"20.01.2017 22:10:43" Trump honors the Clintons Donald J. Trump honored Hillary Clinton and President Bill Clinton with a standing ovation, saying: "I have a lot of respect for those two people."
"20.01.2017 21:54:51" nytimes.com The Inaugural Parade, and the Presidents Who Walked It Donald J. Trump continued an Inauguration Day tradition: walking part of the way from the Capitol to the White House after the swearing-in ceremony. With his wife, Melania, at his side, Donald J. Trump continued a tradition started by President Jimmy Carter and walked part of the inaugural parade route.
"20.01.2017 21:40:58" Live from Inauguration: Protests Grow Violent We're at a protest in response to Donald J. Trump's inauguration in D.C. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Deborah Acosta will ask some.
"20.01.2017 21:21:24" Live from Inauguration: Car Fire at Inauguration Protest We're at a protest in response to Donald J. Trump's inauguration in D.C. An SUV is currently on fire. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Deborah Acosta will ask some.
"20.01.2017 21:00:00" nytimes.com Trump's Inauguration vs. Obama's: Comparing the Crowds Early estimates put the crowd gathered for President Donald J. Trump's inauguration at far less than President Obama's in 2009. It's estimated that the crowd on the National Mall for Donald J. Trump was about one-third the size of Barack Obama's.
"20.01.2017 20:40:31" nytimes.com 'This Is Our Right': Inauguration Protests Erupt With a Mission to Disrupt A resistance has descended on Washington as Donald J. Trump takes office, prompting police officers, some in riot gear, to employ crowd-dispersing sprays. The police in Washington fired tear gas as protesters threw bricks, smashed windows and lit fires. At least 95 were arrested.
"20.01.2017 20:29:17" Donald Trump Inaugural Parade Watch Donald J. Trump's inaugural parade, which follows the president and vice president from the Capitol to the White House. Leave your thoughts in the comments.
"20.01.2017 20:20:00" nytimes.com 1999 | Melania Trump Lists Her Model First Ladies After consulting The Times's archives, a senior editor writes about the first appearances of Melania Trump, née Knauss, in the pages of the paper. "I would be very traditional. Like Betty Ford or Jackie Kennedy," Melania Trump said in 1999, when asked what her role would be if Donald J. Trump ended up in The White House.
"20.01.2017 20:09:50" NYT Politics We're live at the Trump protests in D.C. Join us live at the site of protests in Washington. Ask your questions in the comments and NYT reporter Deborah Acosta will ask some.
"20.01.2017 20:00:00" nytimes.com Is Trump Stronger Than He Seems? Donald Trump's approval numbers are dismal, but there may be something about his appeal that is not captured in the traditional ratings. Donald J. Trump's ratings are poor for an incoming president, no matter how you cut it. But is it actually disastrous?
"20.01.2017 19:40:00" nytimes.com The Letters Presidents Leave Their Successors Departing presidents traditionally leave notes to those elected to take their places. Here are the most recent three before President Obama. Departing presidents traditionally pen a final letter to their successors. Here are a few of them.
"20.01.2017 19:25:00" Protests Turn Violent in Washington Protesters, rallying in the streets of Washington, broke windows and destroyed property shortly before the inauguration of Donald J. Trump.
"20.01.2017 19:10:08" nytimes.com What Stood Out in Trump's Inaugural Address? The New York Times would like to hear from readers about what they thought was most notable about President Donald J. Trump's inaugural address. What do you think was most notable about President Donald J. Trump's inaugural speech?
"20.01.2017 19:03:15" Live from Inauguration: Bikers for Trump We're at the Bikers for Trump rally at John Marshall Park in Washington. Join us to hear the Star Spangled Banner being played on an electric guitar. Share your thoughts in the comments, and NYT reporter Nilo Tabrizy will ask some of your questions.
"20.01.2017 18:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Takes Over the @POTUS Account on Twitter A variety of other social media accounts have also moved with the change of power. At 12:01 p.m. ET, the new president, Donald J. Trump, was officially in control of the @Potus account.
"20.01.2017 18:35:19" Trump Sworn In as President Donald J. Trump was officially sworn in as president.
"20.01.2017 18:15:01" nytimes.com Donald Trump Is Sworn In as President, Capping His Swift Ascent Donald J. Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States after one of the most divisive election campaigns in modern times. Donald J. Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the U.S., ushering in a new and more unpredictable era in which he has vowed to restore American greatness.
"20.01.2017 17:59:30" The New York Times Opinion Section Gail Collins shares her thoughts from Capitol Hill after the inauguration of Donald J. Trump as 45th president. Donald J. Trump's inauguration ceremony just ended. We're outside the Capitol Building to discuss Trump's speech with NYT opinion writer Gail Collins. Leave your questions for her in the comments.
"20.01.2017 17:56:43" nytimes.com Trump May Make Bipartisanship Popular Again Liberals and anti-Trump conservatives can agree to disagree on policy but commit to defend civil liberties and democratic... Opinion writers are providing commentary on the inauguration, including this piece about what might be the most important new coalition — the Republicans and Democrats who are willing to challenge Donald J. Trump.
Read on in The New York Times Opinion
"20.01.2017 17:47:49" nytimes.com Donald Trump's Inaugural Address, Annotated Full text of the president's remarks. "This American carnage stops right here and stops right now." A full transcript of Donald J. Trump's inaugural speech, with analysis from our reporters.
"20.01.2017 17:41:06" nytimes.com The Wild Inauguration of Andrew Jackson, Trump's Populist Predecessor Biographers and historians have not been shy about drawing parallels between Jackson and Donald Trump. "Trump gets in Twitter fights, but Jackson got in actual duels. Gunfights with live fire."
"20.01.2017 17:26:13" nytimes.com 'Hail to the Chief': The Musical Strains of Presidential Power "Hail to the Chief" is perhaps one of the most recognizable musical pieces associated with the United States presidency. Jimmy Carter shunned it. A first lady demanded that it be played to draw notice to her husband, a president of "small stature." Here's a brief history of the tune.
"20.01.2017 17:23:13" nytimes.com Melania Trump, Wearing Ralph Lauren, Channels a Predecessor: Jacqueline Kennedy The incoming first lady's choice for the inauguration sent a message about embracing both the establishment and the office. Melania Trump's choice for the inauguration sent a message about embracing both the establishment and the office.
"20.01.2017 17:11:22" nytimes.com The Inaugural Parade, and the Presidents Who Walked It Donald J. Trump is expected continue an Inauguration Day tradition: Walking from the Capitol to the White House after the swearing-in ceremony. Carter did it. President Bill Clinton, too. And President Obama. Will Donald J. Trump walk the parade route?
"20.01.2017 17:07:29" Timeline Photos Donald J. Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States on Friday.
Photo: Doug Mills/The New York Times
"20.01.2017 17:01:38" nytimes.com Marijuana Group Passes Out Free Joints for Trump's Inauguration A Washington, D.C., group that advocates for relaxed marijuana laws started Inauguration Day by handing out thousands of joints at Dupont Circle. Don't be surprised if, shortly after Donald J. Trump begins his inaugural address, tiny streams of smoke begin to rise from the crowd.
"20.01.2017 17:01:22" nytimes.com Donald Trump Inauguration: Trump Takes Oath of Office Donald J. Trump takes the oath of office to become the 45th president of the United States. Breaking News: Donald J. Trump has placed his hand on two Bibles and taken the oath of office. He is now the 45th president of the United States.
"20.01.2017 16:51:34" instagram.com Instagram photo by The New York Times • Jan 20, 2017 at 1:55pm UTC See this Instagram photo by @nytimes • 1,925 likes Good morning from Washington, DC. We'll be sharing photos from the capital all day today on instagram.com/nytimes. Follow along.
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"20.01.2017 16:46:23" NYT Politics It's Inauguration Day and we're blocks away from the ceremony, where a crowd is gathered in peaceful protest. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Nick Corasaniti will ask some. We're in Washington D.C., where crowds are gathered in protest of Donald J. Trump's inauguration. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Nick Corasaniti will ask some.
"20.01.2017 16:40:01" nytimes.com What's in the Blue Box From Tiffany? An Investigation Melania Trump presented Michelle Obama with a gift at the White House, and speculation is rife about what's inside. What was in the blue Tiffany & Co. box that Melania Trump presented to Michelle Obama at The White House? We asked.
"20.01.2017 16:27:42" nytimes.com Inauguration Day: Live Coverage Live updates and analysis from Times reporters and editors covering the inauguration of President Trump. Follow our live coverage of the inauguration of Donald J. Trump.
"20.01.2017 16:16:52" Timeline Photos President Barack Obama stood behind his desk in the Oval Office for the last time as President of the United States earlier this morning.
Photo: Stephen Crowley/The New York Times
"20.01.2017 16:03:39" Inauguration of Donald J. Trump Watch Donald J. Trump's inauguration ceremony, where he will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. Share your thoughts in the comments below.
"20.01.2017 16:01:32" nytimes.com Kennedy Looked Tan, Johnson Kissed Mrs. Nixon, and Other Vivid Inauguration Details Moments witnessed and analyzed by New York Times correspondents since the 1853 inauguration, the first to take place after the paper was founded. We read every inauguration edition of The New York Times since 1853 and pulled out the greatest details.
"20.01.2017 15:40:53" nytimes.com 6 Tips for Avoiding the Worst Student Loan Repayment Traps The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau accused Navient, the nation's largest student loan servicer, of much wrongdoing. Here's how to steer clear of problems. What are the worst student loan repayment traps, and how do you avoid them?
"20.01.2017 15:32:22" Live from Inauguration: Disruptj20 Rally We're live at the anti-capitalist, anti-fascist bloc of the DisruptJ20 rally where people are trying to disrupt Donald J. Trump's inauguration. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Nilo Tabrizy will respond to some.
"20.01.2017 15:25:00" nytimes.com Trump Nominees Make Clear Plans to Sweep Away Obama Policies Over two weeks of hearings, Donald J. Trump's cabinet picks have strongly embraced a deeply conservative approach to governing. "There's a great deal of reform coming to Washington," said Donald J. Trump's press secretary.
"20.01.2017 15:15:31" Timeline Photos Barack Obama and the first lady, Michelle Obama, are hosting a tea and coffee reception this morning for President-elect Donald J. Trump and his wife, Melania Trump.
Photo: Stephen Crowley/The New York Times
"20.01.2017 15:12:04" nytimes.com Donald Trump's Inauguration: Live Video and Analysis Live updates and analysis from Times reporters and editors covering the inauguration of President Trump. Breaking News: Donald J. Trump is now meeting with Barack Obama at the The White House; he'll be sworn in around 11:45 a.m. ET. Get live video and analysis.
"20.01.2017 14:55:00" nytimes.com The Internal Invasion America can unite by containing the new president. "We've never had a major national leader as professionally unprepared, intellectually ill informed, morally compromised and temperamentally unfit as the man taking the oath on Friday. So let's not lessen the shock factor that should reverberate across
"20.01.2017 14:40:18" Join us in front of the U.S. Capitol, where Donald J. Trump is going to be sworn in as 45th president of the United States. NYT reporter Madison Mills NYT is talking with people in the crowd about the inauguration ceremony. Leave your questions in the
"20.01.2017 14:25:00" nytimes.com Julian Assange Repeats Offer of Extradition to U.S. Last autumn and again last week, Mr. Assange, 45, wrote on Twitter that he would accept extradition if the former military intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning were freed. Julian Assange, the Wikileaks founder, said he would go if his rights were "protected."
"20.01.2017 14:13:28" nytimes.com Was Ending the Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Justified? A multigovernment decision to stop the search, already the longest and most expensive in aviation history, raises ethical questions. The search cost $160 million, the largest and most expensive search in aviation history. For the families of the 239 victims, there will be no closure.
"20.01.2017 13:55:00" nytimes.com 5 Trump Voters on Going to Washington Supporters of Donald J. Trump from very different backgrounds and geography talk about why they are traveling to the inauguration. "He makes people cringe, but I don't mind that. We need a tough guy up there," one Donald J. Trump supporter said.
"20.01.2017 13:40:03" nytimes.com Your Guide to Inauguration Day 2017 Donald J. Trump will take the oath of office on Friday. There will be plenty of pomp and a some protests, too, as thousands of people descend on Washington. What to expect at Donald J. Trump's inauguration.
"20.01.2017 13:25:00" nytimes.com Donald the Unready The new president will be corrupt and crazy, but he'll also be incompetent. "There you have it: an administration unprecedented in its corruption, but also completely unprepared to govern. It's going to be terrific, let me tell you." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"20.01.2017 13:15:01" nytimes.com 8 Survivors Found at Site of Italy Hotel Destroyed by Avalanche They were rescued more than a day after the Hotel Rigopiano in the Apennine Mountains was buried under tons of snow, dirt and trees. Rescue workers found 8 survivors more than a day after the hotel was buried under tons of snow, dirt and trees.
"20.01.2017 13:13:15" Nicholas Kristof Meet Sophia, the coolest person at the World Economic Forum. Except she's not a person. She's a robot. Meet Sophia, the coolest person at the World Economic Forum. Except she's not a person. She's a robot.
"20.01.2017 13:08:48" Video From The New York Times A pro-marijuana group is handing out 4,200 free joints to raise awareness about legalizing cannabis at the federal level. This group, DCMJ, helped get Initiative 71 passed in D.C., which made it legal to grow, gift or possess 2 ounces or less of A pro-marijuana group is handing out 4,200 free joints to raise awareness about legalizing cannabis at the federal level. This group, DCMJ, helped get Initiative 71 passed in D.C., which made it legal to grow, gift or possess 2 ounces or less of
"20.01.2017 12:55:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump's Path to the White House Donald J. Trump's path to the White House does not resemble that of any of his predecessors. A look at Donald J. Trump's life in pictures.
"20.01.2017 12:46:49" nytimes.com What Are Your Hopes For Trump's Presidency? We'd like to hear from you. What do you hope Donald J. Trump accomplishes in his first 100 days in office?
"20.01.2017 12:46:24" We're live from the National Mall talking to Donald J. Trump supporters who got here early to celebrate the inauguration. Comment with questions, and NYT reporter Madison Mills NYT will respond to some.
"20.01.2017 12:25:01" nytimes.com Concert for Trump Misses an Opportunity Instead it focused heavily on country and rock by white Southerners. "What was presented as 'typically and traditionally American' largely ignored the contribution of African-Americans to popular music (which is to say, almost all of popular music)," Jon Caramanica writes.
"20.01.2017 12:15:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump Inauguration: Trump Arrives at the Capitol for his Swearing-In President-elect Donald J. Trump arrived at the Capitol to be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. Donald J. Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States today. Follow here for updates throughout the day.
"20.01.2017 11:55:00" nytimes.com Riot Police Try to Quell Continuing Violence in Brazilian Prison The horrific scenes were broadcast live on television. Police officers entered a prison in Brazil where gangs battled each other with metal bars and wooden clubs.
"20.01.2017 11:31:17" nytimes.com Inauguration Day, Donald Trump, C.I.A.: Your Friday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Daily Briefing: Here's what you need to know today.
"20.01.2017 11:15:00" nytimes.com 'A New Era of the Republican Party': Voices From Trump's Inauguration The New York Times asked people who are attending Donald J. Trump's inauguration to tell us about why they're going. "Being a member of the LGBTQ community who supports Donald J. Trump means that I'm not just a single issue voter. Trump represents a new era of the Republican Party."
"20.01.2017 10:55:01" nytimes.com Theresa May Says Britain Will Lead a New Era of Free Trade It was a jarring note from the leader of a country leaving the world's largest free-trade group. She also urged the Davos elite to seriously address inequality. Theresa May was eager to reassure multinational banks and companies that Britain would be bigger and better after Brexit.
"20.01.2017 09:55:00" nytimes.com Davos Elites See an 'Abyss': The Populist Surge Upending the Status Quo The global elites, perplexed by the rise of populism threatening to upend globalization, have expressed worries over what the new political order will mean. "I want to be loud and clear: Populism scares me," a billionaire hedge fund manager said.
"20.01.2017 09:25:01" nytimes.com Memorable Inaugural Speeches: Washington, Lincoln, Jackson, Kennedy and Reagan On the eve of Donald J. Trump's inauguration, a look at some of the best-remembered speeches from presidents taking office. Washington was humble, Jackson was a man of the people and Reagan said government was the problem. Here are some of history's most notable inaugural speeches.
"20.01.2017 08:57:50" nytimes.com Driver in Melbourne, Fleeing Police After Stabbing, Kills 3 Pedestrians The police said a man with an “extensive family violence history” deliberately plowed into pedestrians in a shopping area. Children were among the dead and injured. A man who was fleeing the police after stabbing his brother ran down a group of people with his car in a busy pedestrian mall. The police said the incident was not related to terrorism.
"20.01.2017 08:25:00" lens.blogs.nytimes.com President as Decorator in Chief? “The Oval Offices” shows how replicas of the nation's seat of power — found everywhere from presidential libraries to even an airport — reflect the tastes and quirks of its occupants. Every president since Gerald Ford has sought to preserve his decorative influence. A Polish photographer documented replicas of the Oval Office across the United States.
"20.01.2017 07:55:00" nytimes.com John Kerry: What We Got Right Many of President Obama's critics say the United States is in decline. But he leaves the world, and the country, in better shape. "The new administration will face many challenges, like every administration before it. But it will take office this week armed with enormous advantages in addressing them," John Kerry writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"20.01.2017 07:25:00" nytimes.com Trump Renews Vow for Jerusalem Embassy, a Gift of Uncertain Value Palestinians in the West Bank protested the idea, which even many hard-line Israelis are not keen to embrace, seeing it as a catalyst to more fighting. Many worry that moving the embassy to Jerusalem would only set off new fighting, a big price tag for a symbolic change.
"20.01.2017 06:55:00" nytimes.com 52 Places to Go in 2017 | No. 5: Botswana Old lions, new digs in the heart of the Okavango. Have you traveled to Botswana? Share your recommendations.
"20.01.2017 06:25:00" nytimes.com Road Trip to Trump's Inauguration: In a Hurry to Get There The New York Times is driving to Friday's inauguration with a Trump supporter from West Virginia, a freshman state senator who owns a used-car lot. Join us as we talk about cars, "deplorables" and the future of the country as we drive to the inauguration with Donald J. Trump supporters.
"20.01.2017 05:55:00" The Secret World of New York's Pet Pigs Despite a ban, an untold number of pet pigs are scattered throughout all 5 boroughs of New York City.
"20.01.2017 05:25:00" nytimes.com Obama: 'One of the Most Photogenic People Ever' Doug Mills, who has followed Barack Obama, camera in hand, since the beginning, reflects on his eight-year assignment. Our photographer Doug Mills has taken “hundreds of thousands” of photos of Barack Obama. “He wears his emotions on his sleeve,” he said. “You can see when he's tense. Or jovial. The passion is there.”
"20.01.2017 04:55:00" "On the campaign, I called it the forgotten man and the forgotten woman. Well, you're not forgotten anymore," Donald J. Trump said at the Lincoln Memorial on the eve of his inauguration.
"20.01.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com Women's March Draws 'Duty-Bound' From Wall Street Financial professionals, not known for political protest because of its potential to hurt their careers, are joining the Washington event in force. Wall Street women, not known for political protest, are joining the women's march in force.
"20.01.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com A Trump Administration, With Obama Staff Members Filling In the Gaps A chaotic transition process that cast aside Gov. Chris Christie's blueprints has left the president-elect's team scrambling to fill key posts. Donald J. Trump's team is still scrambling to fill posts, announcing last-minute plans to retain 50 essential officials from the Obama administration.
"20.01.2017 03:32:18" Timeline Photos It's President Barack Obama's final night in office. Here's a look at how we covered his first day.
"20.01.2017 03:05:34" nytimes.com Inauguration Protests Held at a Trump Hotel and Elsewhere Mark Ruffalo, Cher and Robert DeNiro appeared in Manhattan, in what organizers hoped would develop into a weekend of rallies against the new president. Robert DeNiro, Mark Ruffalo and Cher joined thousands of protesters who took to the streets in NYC on the eve of the inauguration.
"20.01.2017 02:46:23" nytimes.com Inauguration Schedule: What Is Happening and When Donald J. Trump will take the oath of office on Friday, becoming the 45th president of the United States. But the ceremony is only part of the festivities. The schedule of inaugural events to guide you through this weekend.
"20.01.2017 02:23:57" nytimes.com Intercepted Russian Communications Part of Inquiry Into Trump Associates It is not clear whether the communications had anything to do with Donald J. Trump or his campaign. Breaking News: U.S. intelligence agencies are examining intercepted communications and data for links between Donald J. Trump's associates and Russia.
"20.01.2017 01:55:13" nytimes.com Missing Barack Obama Already For eight years, the president and his family have set an impeccable example, for which we'll soon feel nostalgia. "We want our children and the world's to admire our president — and that is where Barack Obama is strongest and Donald J. Trump weakest."
Read on from Nicholas Kristof in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"20.01.2017 01:25:01" nytimes.com Trump Arrives in Washington for Inaugural Festivities, Praises I.Q. of Cabinet President-elect Donald J. Trump, cameras chronicling his every move, arrived in Washington, then praised the supporters gathered at his D.C. hotel. “We have by far the highest I.Q. of any cabinet ever assembled,” Donald J. Trump said.
"20.01.2017 00:55:00" nytimes.com New England Patriots' Owner, Still Sore at N.F.L., Has Payback in Sight The strained relations between Robert Kraft and the league will be inescapable if New England returns to the Super Bowl, two years after the “Deflategate” scandal. New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is still simmering about the 4-game suspension Tom Brady served as a result of Deflategate.
"20.01.2017 00:31:06" nytimes.com Trump Concert Draws Excited Fans to Lower-Wattage Lineup This year's preinaugural concert in Washington may not be like star-studded affairs of the past, but supporters say they don't care. No Beyoncé. No Bon Jovi. No U2. But no matter: For many gathered at the concert, the lower wattage lineup doesn't matter.
"20.01.2017 00:13:03" Timeline Photos Donald J. Trump and Melania Trump walked down the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during Thursday's welcome celebration in Washington.
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"19.01.2017 23:46:28" nytimes.com At Trump Hotel in Washington, Champagne Toasts in an Ethical 'Minefield' From the moment he is sworn in, the new president, Donald J. Trump, may be in violation of a lease with the federal government. From the moment Donald J. Trump is sworn in as president, he may be in violation of a lease with the federal government.
"19.01.2017 23:20:52" nytimes.com El Chapo, Mexican Drug Kingpin, Extradited to the U.S. Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the drug lord known as El Chapo, who twice slipped out of high-security Mexican prisons, was being extradited to the United States on Thursday night. Breaking News: The Mexican drug kingpin Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo, has been extradited to the U.S.
"19.01.2017 22:58:13" nytimes.com C.I.A. Torture Detailed in Newly Disclosed Documents The material sheds additional light on the torture program as the future of the Senate's classified full report on it hangs in the balance with the Obama presidency ending. Newly disclosed documents about the CIA provide details about its practices of slamming terrorism suspects into walls, confining them in coffinlike boxes and subjecting them to waterboarding.
"19.01.2017 22:25:00" Inside Trump's Cabinet Room Sit in the president's armchair inside the White House cabinet room and listen to Donald J. Trump's nominees on some of their top-priority issues. #Daily360
"19.01.2017 22:09:35" We're at the Inaugural Concert talking to Donald J. Trump supporters. Comment with questions, and Madison Mills NYT will ask some.
"19.01.2017 21:56:39" nytimes.com Malia Obama's Secret Trip to Bolivia and Peru President Obama's eldest daughter got a firsthand look at Bolivia, which has a tense relationship with the United States. "It wasn't apparent to the guides that it was the president's eldest daughter, Malia Obama, and not a blond companion, who warranted the extraordinary security measures." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"19.01.2017 21:54:21" Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration: Part 2 Toby Keith, 3 Doors Down and more are performing at the “Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration.” President-elect Donald J. Trump will also speak.
"19.01.2017 21:25:00" nytimes.com California Today: Campuses Brace for Breitbart Provocateur Thursday: A conservative speaker sparks debate, police officers fatally shoot a mentally ill man, and a ranking of upward mobility at California colleges. Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos was scheduled to speak at UC Berkeley, sparking a fierce debate over free speech.
"19.01.2017 21:13:01" Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration Watch Toby Keith, 3 Doors Down and more perform at the “Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration.” President-elect Donald J. Trump will also speak.
"19.01.2017 21:10:01" Rick Perry Regrets Call to Close Energy Department "After being briefed on so many of the vital functions of the Department of Energy, I regret recommending its elimination," Rick Perry said during his Senate confirmation hearing.
"19.01.2017 21:06:31" The New York Times Books Join us as Elise Gravel, a French-Canadian illustrator, recreates some images from her picture books “The Great Antonio” and her series about Earth's unloved creatures. Comment with your questions, and Maria Russo, NYT's children's books editor, will ask Join us for live drawing with Elise Gravel, a French-Canadian children's books illustrator. Comment with your questions for Elise, and NYT's Maria Russo will ask some.
"19.01.2017 20:55:02" nytimes.com Inauguration. Noun. A Word We Use Every Four Years. Like so many other things, it was Alexander Hamilton who was one of the first to apply the word to our quadrennial presidential ceremonies. For years, the word is rarely used. And then, every fourth January, we're expected to say it, spell it and know where to place the u's and a's.
"19.01.2017 20:25:01" nytimes.com From Lincoln to Obama, How Crowds at the Capitol Have Been Counted People have descended on Washington to witness, celebrate and protest for 150 years. Here's how we've estimated the size of the crowds. Lincoln: "Many Thousand." Wilson: "100,000." President Obama: "1.8 million." How are crowds at the United States Capitol counted?
"19.01.2017 20:10:43" Ivanka's Role in a Trump White House As Donald J. Trump prepares to enter The White House, it's still unclear what role his daughter, Ivanka Trump, will play.
"19.01.2017 19:55:38" nytimes.com Pet Pigs of New York: Illegal, Embattled, Beloved A ban on the animals hasn't stopped some residents from keeping them. Some of New York City's pet pigs live discreetly. Others go on walks in the park each day.
"19.01.2017 19:43:36" Timeline Photos President-elect Donald J. Trump with his wife, Melania, arriving at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland.
Photo: Doug Mills/The New York Times
"19.01.2017 19:25:00" nytimes.com Alanis Morissette's Ex-Business Manager Admits Stealing Millions From Her The manager, Jonathan Todd Schwartz, admitted in court documents that he had embezzled money from prominent clients. Alanis Morissette's former business manager admitted he stole $4.8 million from her.
"19.01.2017 18:55:31" nytimes.com Obama Understood the Power of Art. And He Wanted You to Get It, Too. The president invited in artists and sought others out, from novelists to rappers to musicians to actors. Has any president been as committed to opening up the White House to the sorts of artists President Obama has?
"19.01.2017 18:35:40" The New York Times - Lens - Photography Learn how photographers capture street protests with Mike Kamber, the founder of the Bronx Documentary Center, and NYT photo editor James Estrin. They are taking your questions as they walk through the center's current exhibit, "Whose Streets? Our Join us at the Bronx Documentary Center to talk about how photographers capture street protests. Comment with your questions, and James Estrin, a photo editor for The Times, will ask some.
"19.01.2017 18:25:00" nytimes.com Your Guide to Inauguration Day 2017 Donald J. Trump will take the oath of office on Friday. Here is a guide to the week's festivities, demonstrations and much more. Expect plenty of pomp and a good deal of protest, too.
"19.01.2017 18:07:25" 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.
"19.01.2017 17:40:00" nytimes.com The Religious Leaders Taking Part in Trump's Inaugural Ceremony A total of six, said to be a record for an inauguration, will each have 60 to 90 seconds to offer a reading or lead a prayer. A rabbi, a cardinal and Billy Graham's son. Meet the 6 religious leaders speaking at Donald J. Trump's inauguration.
"19.01.2017 17:33:09" Orange Is The New Black actresses Selenis Leyva and Dascha Pol... We're talking with actresses Selenis Leyva and Dascha Polanco, who are best known for their roles in Orange Is the New Black. They're now working together again, but on stage in the new play “Tell Hector I Miss Him.” Comment with your questions, and Erik
"19.01.2017 17:25:07" nytimes.com Before and After: Removing Donald J. Trump From the Trump Brand Over the last week, the Trump Organization and some of its marketing partners have been removing imagery of Mr. Trump and his daughter Ivanka from their websites. The Trump Organization is scrubbing images of Donald J. Trump and Ivanka Trump from their websites. But conflicts remain.
"19.01.2017 16:57:53" nytimes.com Under Trump, Approach to Civil Rights Law Is Likely to Change Definitively The president-elect's nominee to be attorney general opposes not only the Justice Department's specific policies but its overall view of the government's role. The United States Department of Justice pushed the frontiers of civil rights laws under President Obama. Donald J. Trump's nominee to be attorney general, Jeff Sessions, opposes that entire approach.
"19.01.2017 16:40:01" nytimes.com Steven Mnuchin, Treasury Secretary Nominee, Failed to Disclose $100 Million in Assets Mr. Mnuchin, who is testifying before the Senate Finance Committee, also did not list his role as a director of an investment fund in the Cayman Islands on a questionnaire. “Mr. Mnuchin has claimed these omissions were due to a misunderstanding of the questionnaire.”
"19.01.2017 16:25:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump's Cabinet Choices Stumble By What's all this about grizzlies menacing schools? Tom Price, Betsy DeVos and Scott Pruitt "paraded across the screen in a cavalcade of misstatements, lapses of judgment, conflicts of interest and from time to time spectacular displays of ignorance and insensitivity," the Editorial Board writes in The New
"19.01.2017 15:59:03" nytimes.com Lobster and Beef, but No Fries, on the Menu for Inaugural Lunch The tradition of an inaugural luncheon at the Capitol began in 1897, when the Senate Committee on Arrangements held one for President William McKinley. The menu for inaugural lunch will be a far cry from the fast food fare Donald J. Trump loves.
"19.01.2017 15:25:36" Photos from The New York Times's post How did the presidency change Barack Obama?
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"19.01.2017 15:10:00" nytimes.com 30 Firefighters Feared Dead in Tehran High-Rise Collapse The 17-story Plasco Building, one of the Iranian capital's oldest and most prominent skyscrapers, crumpled into a smoldering heap as millions watched on state TV. One of Tehran's oldest and most prominent skyscrapers crumpled into a smoldering heap as millions watched on state TV.
"19.01.2017 15:07:26" Live from Nairobi, Kenya Join us in Nairobi as Kenyans say goodbye to President Barack Obama, whose father was born in Kenya. We'll talk to locals about how they're reacting to Obama leaving office, and their hopes for the incoming Donald J. Trump administration. Comment with
"19.01.2017 14:55:01" nytimes.com Biden's Next Move: Train to Delaware and Burgers With Family Joseph and Jill Biden plan to resume a quiet life in the small orbit around Wilmington and Washington, hunting for a small house near their friends the Obamas. "He's going to stay in public service, and he's going to do it big time and in a big way. Because that's Joe," an aide said.
"19.01.2017 14:42:01" nytimes.com United States Bombs ISIS Camps in Libya A B-2 bomber strike against training camps outside Surt reflected the tenacity of the group, which authorities said they had driven out of the area last month. 2 United States Air Force bombers attacked ISIS training camps in Libya overnight, the Pentagon said.
"19.01.2017 14:33:03" Bill Gates is funding a new initiative to fast track vaccinations for epidemics like Zika and Ebola. He's in Davos, Switzerland, at the World Economic Forum with NYT reporter Adrienne Carter to take your questions.
"19.01.2017 14:26:00" Take a look into The New York Times archives on Snapchat for a look at past inaugurations.
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"19.01.2017 13:55:00" nytimes.com For Trump's Nominees, a Billionaires' Guide to Running the Government President-elect Donald J. Trump says the federal government can be managed like a business. We're about to find out if he's right. "Pity the poor billionaires who are about to take the oath of office. For them, everything is going to change."
"19.01.2017 13:40:00" nytimes.com What to Watch: Rick Perry Gets Another Chance Cabinet nomination hearings continue, with attention on Mr. Perry, Donald J. Trump's nominee for energy secretary, who has fizzled twice on the campaign trail. Donald J. Trump's pick for energy secretary will face questions about his assertion in 2011 that he wanted to dismantle the Energy Department.
"19.01.2017 13:25:00" nytimes.com A Bullet Misses Its Mark, and Then Takes a Fatal Detour Maribel Cavero's death in the South Bronx initially puzzled detectives. But swift evidence-gathering and help from a witness led to the arrest of a man they believe fired a gun nearly two blocks from the victim. The bullet that killed her was meant for someone else. But this time, unlike so many other Bronx murders, witnesses came forward.
"19.01.2017 12:55:01" nytimes.com Are You Not Alarmed? Donald Trump may push us into another war. "Toss ideology out of the window. This is about democracy and fascism, war and peace, life and death," Charles M. Blow writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"19.01.2017 12:25:01" nytimes.com Senate's Closer Look at Steven Mnuchin Reveals Much More The nominee for Treasury secretary disclosed posts he had not initially owned up to. Donald Trump, meanwhile, dined at his namesake Washington hotel. Donald J. Trump's pick for Treasury secretary has disclosed that he was the director of an investment fund in a tax haven.
"19.01.2017 11:55:00" nytimes.com As Trump Heads to White House, His Face Recedes From Other Properties The Trump Organization is pulling back on its promotion of the president-elect and his daughter Ivanka as the business takes steps to avoid conflicts of interest. Donald J. Trump's photo has disappeared from the website of Trump Tower Philippines, as has the link to Ivanka Trump's jewelry line.
"19.01.2017 11:30:00" nytimes.com Tom Price, Italy Avalanche, Novak Djokovic: Your Thursday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Daily Briefing: Here's what you need to know today.
"19.01.2017 10:55:39" nytimes.com Up to 30 Missing After Italy Avalanche News channels in Italy showed images of the roof collapsed on the main hall of the hotel, the Rigopiano, although it was not clear if the structural damage had been caused by the earthquakes or by the avalanche. An avalanche has buried a mountainside hotel in central Italy. The tragedy came after 4 earthquakes struck the region on Wednesday.
"19.01.2017 10:25:00" nytimes.com What Does Vladimir Putin See in Donald Trump? Hint: it isn't that Trump never stops winning. "Donald J. Trump has already dealt a body blow to the political process. We will soon learn how much harm he can inflict once in office." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"19.01.2017 10:02:48" nytimes.com Novak Djokovic Stunned by Denis Istomin in 2nd Round of Australian Open The five-set victory by the Uzbek player, a wild card ranked 117th in the world, was one of the biggest upsets in the tournament's history. Novak Djokovic lost to a wild card in the second round of the Australian Open, one of the tournament's biggest-ever upsets.
"19.01.2017 09:25:01" nytimes.com Davos Elite Fret About Inequality Over Vintage Wine and Canapés Power brokers are in the Swiss Alps to discuss how to make globalization more lucrative, but there is no appetite for redistributing wealth or empowering workers. "Whatever improvements are supposed to be made, one can safely assume they will not conflict with those in attendance continuing to enjoy the state of the world as it is now, with canapés and aged Bordeaux and private jets at the ready."
"19.01.2017 08:55:00" nytimes.com A Scar on the Chinese Soul More than 50 years after the start of the Cultural Revolution, the emotional damage continues to fester. “The essence of the Cultural Revolution is not just that Mao unleashed it and caused the chaos,” notes a historian. It “is that the Chinese, without direct orders, were so cruel to each other.” (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"19.01.2017 08:25:00" nytimes.com 52 Places to Go in 2017 | No. 4: Zermatt There are thousands of getaways to explore this year. Here are some ideas to get you started. Have you visited Zermatt? What do you like to do there?
"19.01.2017 07:55:00" Scenes of Bombed Refugee Camp in Nigeria A Nigerian fighter jet accidentally bombed a camp for displaced people on Tuesday while searching for Boko Haram militants. The attack killed scores of people, with at least a dozen of them humanitarian workers. http://nyti.ms/2iSxQrg
"19.01.2017 06:55:00" Making Choices Like a Poker Champ How Annie Duke beat her brother and became one of the best poker players in the world.
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"19.01.2017 06:25:01" nytimes.com California Today: Why Some Lawmakers Are Boycotting the Inauguration Wednesday: A growing list of California Democrats are sitting out the inauguration, Mayor Ed Lee's handsome salary, and the Obamas plan a Coachella Valley trip. "It's a shame that these folks don't want to be part of the peaceful transfer of power," Donald J. Trump's press secretary said.
"19.01.2017 05:55:00" nytimes.com Choice for Health Secretary Is Vague on Replacing Affordable Care Act At a Senate hearing, Representative Tom Price set lofty goals for replacing the health law but did not say how he would achieve them. Rep. Tom Price set lofty goals for a plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, but did not say how he would achieve them.
"19.01.2017 05:25:01" nytimes.com NBC Will Bring Back 'Will & Grace' The original cast of the hit show, its director and its creators will all return for a 10-episode run during the 2017-18 season. Oh, honey.
"19.01.2017 05:05:52" nytimes.com At Dinner Honoring Mike Pence, Donald Trump Touches Many Bases The president-elect credits his running mate, but also jabs at Republicans and critics alike, and talks about 'merit-based' immigration. Here are details of Donald J. Trump's remarks, according to a recording provided by a guest.
"19.01.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com Student Loan Collector Cheated Millions, Lawsuits Say Navient made serious mistakes at every step of the loan collection process, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said in a lawsuit. “These unlawful practices have cost student loan borrowers across the country both heartache and money.”
"19.01.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com Obama's Last News Conference: Full Transcript and Video President Barack Obama submitted to a final round of questions from the news media on Wednesday before departing office. Watch the full video and read the full text of President Obama's last press conference.
"19.01.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com Nominee Betsy DeVos's Knowledge of Education Basics Is Open to Criticism The school choice advocate seemed unfamiliar with basic terms and policies, including the federal law for students with disabilities. Betsy DeVos appeared blank on basic education terms. Asked how school performance should be assessed, she did not know the difference between growth and proficiency.
"19.01.2017 02:55:00" nytimes.com A Trump Inauguration Casualty: The Silent, Smiling Rockettes Current and former Rockettes find themselves in a new spotlight as they take sides over the inauguration, breaking with the solidarity that defines the troupe. Phoebe Pearl did something that a Rockette is never supposed to do. She stepped out of line, breaking with the silent, smiling solidarity, to denounce the idea of celebrating a man with a well-established history of objectifying women.
"19.01.2017 02:25:00" nytimes.com America's Great Working-Class Colleges Dozens of colleges are vaulting thousands of low-income students into the middle class and beyond, and yet are being starved of funding. For every poor student the Ivy League launches into the middle class and beyond, CUNY (The City University of New York) launches 6.
(via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"19.01.2017 02:04:56" In Conversation: Obama's Legacy on Race Join us in discussing President Barack Obama's legacy on race relations in America. Leave your thoughts and questions for NYT reporters John Eligon and Rachel Swarns in the comments below.
"19.01.2017 01:55:00" nytimes.com 'Learning Curve' as Rick Perry Pursues a Job He Initially Misunderstood Mr. Perry had believed that, as energy secretary, he would be a global ambassador for oil and gas. In reality, he would be overseeing nuclear weapons. Rick Perry believed that, as energy secretary, he would be an ambassador for oil and gas. He soon discovered that he would become the steward of a vast national security complex he knew almost nothing about, caring for the most fearsome weapons on the
"19.01.2017 01:25:00" President Obama talked about the responsibility of the media during his final White House news conference.
"19.01.2017 00:55:00" nytimes.com From Headline to Photograph, a Fake News Masterpiece Cameron Harris, a recent college graduate, pulled six million people into his bogus story about the discovery of fraudulent ballots for Hillary Clinton. Meet Cameron Harris, who pulled 6 million people into his fake story about ballot fraud for Hillary Clinton, which took him 15 minutes to concoct. “Even before I posted it, I knew it would take off.”
"19.01.2017 00:25:00" nytimes.com Some Colleges Have More Students From the Top 1 Percent Than the Bottom 60. Find Yours. A new study, based on millions of anonymous tax records, shows that colleges are even more economically segregated than previously understood. Where the top 1% and the bottom 20% go to college.
"19.01.2017 00:10:00" nytimes.com NYT Watching Recommendation of the Day: 'Crashing' “Fleabag” was one of 2016's best shows, and for those in withdrawal from its mesmerizing humor, there is good news: Phoebe Waller-Bridge has another show. In withdrawal from 'Fleabag"? Try "Crashing." (via NYT Watching)
"19.01.2017 00:03:54" TimesTalks: David Blaine David Blaine, one of the greatest magicians of our time, is here to discuss his work and perform. Comment with questions, and we'll respond to some.
"18.01.2017 23:55:01" nytimes.com Fiona Apple Releases a Trump Protest Chant The chant is on a new track, called “Tiny Hands,” the singer created for the women's march in Washington after Donald Trump's inauguration. There are 10 words on the track.
"18.01.2017 23:25:01" nytimes.com Fashioning Protest for the Women's March on Washington From hats to pins to hoodies, clothing is expected to speak as loudly as participants' words this weekend. Bright hats inscribed with the phrase “Already Great.”
Bright pink cat-eared hats.
"Nasty Woman" buttons.
"18.01.2017 22:55:00" nytimes.com Make Cauliflower and Broccoli More Compelling No need to settle for plain steamed vegetables when you can brighten them with garlic, red pepper and lemon, or enrich them with butter or cheese. Don't settle for plain steamed cauliflower or broccoli.
"18.01.2017 22:25:15" nytimes.com A Road Trip to Trump's Inauguration: 'I Had to Take a Stand' The New York Times is driving to the inauguration with supporters of President-elect Donald J. Trump, talking about life and the future of America. Follow along for updates. At one point on their road trip, they brought their cardboard cutout of Donald J. Trump inside a McDonald's. The guy behind the counter told them "We don't do politics."
"18.01.2017 21:55:00" nytimes.com Reject Scott Pruitt for the E.P.A. The Oklahoma attorney general has built his career attacking the very agency he would run. Scott Pruitt has built his career attacking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the very agency he would run.
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"18.01.2017 21:40:39" nytimes.com Tennessee Hunter's 47-Point Deer Breaks World Record When the full rack was scored, the total was 312 ⅜ inches. That made it the highest-scoring buck ever shot by a hunter. A 300-incher in Tennessee? “For deer hunters, you hear things like that and go, naaaah.”
"18.01.2017 21:25:00" nytimes.com Is Your Digital Life Ready for Your Death? A guide on deciding what happens to your Facebook, Google, Twitter accounts and more when you die. You've probably thought about what will happen to your finances and possessions when you die. But what about your Facebook account?
"18.01.2017 21:15:00" Timeline Photos President Barack Obama faced the White House press corps one last time on Wednesday.
Photo: Stephen Crowley/The New York Times
"18.01.2017 20:55:00" Enter the Chaos of Duterte's Philippines Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte unleashed a brutal antidrug campaign that has killed thousands. Visit a crime scene, a wake and a jail cell in Manila with Andrew Glazer of The New York Times. #Daily360
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"18.01.2017 20:49:49" The New York Times Food Learn how to make the creamiest of macaroni and cheese recipes with Julia Moskin, a food writer for The Times. Comment with your questions for Julia, and we'll ask some. Make an extra-creamy macaroni and cheese with Julia Moskin, a food writer for The Times. Leave your questions in the comments.
"18.01.2017 20:46:06" Michael Flynn: Trump's controversial security appointee A look at Michael Flynn, Donald J. Trump's controversial choice for national security adviser. http://nyti.ms/2iSg0os
"18.01.2017 20:25:00" nytimes.com 'All I Know Is What's on the Internet': The Power of Fake News for Trump Donald J. Trump has has used false claims to attack political opponents, question the legitimacy of the Obama administration and undermine the news media. The practice has paralleled his rise from reality TV star to holder of the nation's highest elected A look at how Donald J. Trump has harnessed the power of fake news to attack opponents and undermine the federal government.
"18.01.2017 20:03:46" nytimes.com Elder President George Bush Is Hospitalized in Houston Mr. Bush was in stable condition at Houston Methodist Hospital on Wednesday after doctors cleared his airway, his spokesman said. His wife, Barbara, was also admitted. George H.W. Bush is in stable condition at a Houston hospital. Barbara Bush was also admitted to a medical center.
"18.01.2017 19:55:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump, the Lincoln Bible and a Page Out of History Mr. Trump will be sworn in on Lincoln's Bible, which was also used by one other president: Barack Obama. The Lincoln Bible was used for both of President Obama's inaugurations. It will once again be pressed into service by Donald J. Trump
"18.01.2017 19:31:44" nytimes.com Obama's Final News Conference: Live Video and Analysis Live updates and analysis from Times reporters covering President Obama's final news conference. President Obama is holding his final news conference with the White House press corps. Join us for live video and analysis.
"18.01.2017 19:25:00" "Is climate change a hoax," U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders asked Congressman Ryan Zinke, Donald J. Trump's nominee for secretary of the interior.
"Climate is changing, man is an influence," Zinke said.
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"18.01.2017 18:55:01" Photos from The New York Times's post One of President Barack Obama's lasting legacies may his impact on the generation for whom “president” has always referred to a black man.
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"18.01.2017 18:25:26" nytimes.com Trump Budget Nominee Did Not Pay Taxes for Employee The disclosure that the nominee, Mick Mulvaney, failed to pay more than $15,000 in payroll taxes for a babysitter raised questions about his nomination. Donald J. Trump's choice for White House budget director failed to pay more than $15,000 in taxes for a domestic worker.
"18.01.2017 17:57:39" Conversation on Fake News with Cameron Harris Cameron Harris pulled 6 million people into his fake story about ballot fraud for Hillary Clinton – and made thousands while doing it. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Scott Shane will ask some.
"18.01.2017 17:55:00" nytimes.com Views on Abortion Strain Calls for Unity at Women's March on Washington March officials are being criticized for including abortion rights language in the official platform, alienating women who consider themselves feminists but oppose the procedure. They consider themselves feminists, but they feel unwelcome at the Women's March on Washington. Why? They oppose abortion.
"18.01.2017 17:25:01" nytimes.com How 2016 Became Earth's Hottest Year on Record 2016 is the hottest year on the historical record and the third consecutive record-breaking year, scientists say. 2016 was the first time that the hottest year on record occurred three times in a row.
"18.01.2017 16:55:01" nytimes.com California Strikes a Bold Pose as Vanguard of the Resistance Some advocate defiance of the Trump administration to protect the state's progressive agenda. But others see little sense in opening with belligerence. It may not be “Calexit,” but it is turning into what is, for all intents and purposes, a slow-motion secession.
"18.01.2017 16:25:09" nytimes.com Trump Health Secretary Pick's Longtime Foes: Big Government and Insurance Companies Over a long political career, Tom Price, a doctor, never swerved from his policy mission to protect his former profession from what he views as heavy-handed government intrusion. Here's what you need to know about the political career of Tom Price, Donald J. Trump's health secretary pick.
"18.01.2017 15:35:33" nytimes.com Earth Sets a Temperature Record for the Third Straight Year Surface temperatures are heading toward levels that many scientists believe will pose a threat to both the natural world and to human civilization. This marks the first time in the modern era of global warming data that temperatures have blown past the previous record 3 years in a row.
The findings come two days before the Donald J. Trump's inauguration. He has called global warming a Chinese plot.
"18.01.2017 15:27:14" Inauguration Road-Tripping with Trump Supporter When Donald J. Trump is sworn in as president on Friday, there will be people there from all over the country. Dianna Ploss and her friend Scott Hayes are traveling there from Massachusetts today, and NYT reporter Sabrina Tavernise is riding along with
"18.01.2017 15:25:00" nytimes.com Gambia Shudders as Defeated Leader Tightens Grip Before Inauguration After acknowledging defeat in an election last month, Mr. Jammeh abruptly changed his mind, refusing to step aside for the inauguration of the new president. President Yahya Jammeh's refusal to accept his electoral loss threatens to drag the nation into a bloody standoff.
"18.01.2017 14:55:01" nytimes.com What to Watch: Closer Look at Health Secretary Nominee With two days until Donald Trump's big moment, here is what to watch on Wednesday. Tom Price, the nominee for health and human services secretary, may face the toughest scrutiny of any cabinet choice so far.
"18.01.2017 14:40:50" We're in Lebanon's northern city of Tripoli on top of Syria Street, which separates the residents of Jabal Mohsen and Bab el-Tebbaneh. Clashes between the neighborhoods turned this street into a front line. Malak Jaafar, of the International Committee of
"18.01.2017 14:25:00" nytimes.com Trump Team Has Barely Engaged With National Security Council Donald Trump's transition staff has barely engaged with the National Security Council below the most senior levels. The Obama administration has written 275 briefing papers for the incoming Donald J. Trump administration, but nobody knows whether the Trump team has read them.
"18.01.2017 13:55:00" nytimes.com To Obama With Love, and Hate, and Desperation Over eight years, through millions of letters, the staff of the White House mailroom read the unfiltered story of a nation. The White House mailroom staff read the unfiltered story of a nation over 8 years.
"18.01.2017 13:40:01" nytimes.com Retweeting Donald Trump Imagine the benefits to the country if the president-elect's messages were nice, not nasty. "Many who voted against Donald J. Trump would have given him a second look had he surprised them with generosity and grace. He did just the opposite. Sad."
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"18.01.2017 13:25:01" nytimes.com Where Women's Marches Are Happening Around the World The Women's March on Washington is expected to be the largest inauguration-related demonstration in United States history. Participants outside the U.S. say they are marching in solidarity with American women and standing up for the rights of women in their own countries.
"18.01.2017 12:55:01" nytimes.com Trump Says He Wanted Tillerson at the State Department All Along At a Washington dinner Tuesday night, President-elect Donald J. Trump said the drama around his secretary of state selection was not real. "He's led this charmed life," Donald J. Trump said about Rex Tillerson. "He goes into a country, takes the oil, goes into another country. It's tough dealing with these politicians, right?"
"18.01.2017 12:25:00" nytimes.com Russia Extends Edward Snowden's Asylum A day after President Obama commuted the sentence of Chelsea Manning, the Russian government clarified on Wednesday the fate of Edward J. Snowden, the other main source of secrets about United States surveillance in recent years. Edward Snowden will be allowed to remain in the Russia for "a couple more years," a spokeswoman said on Facebook.
"18.01.2017 12:10:00" nytimes.com Former 'Apprentice' Contestant Files Defamation Suit Against Trump Summer Zervos and her lawyer, Gloria Allred, announced the lawsuit against the president-elect, alleging that he defamed her when he accused her of fabricating the assault. Summer Zervos who accused Donald J. Trump of sexual assault during the presidential race filed a lawsuit against him.
"18.01.2017 11:55:00" nytimes.com Should My Band Play at Trump's Inauguration? Nobody's heard of us, but how many options does he have? "It's entirely possible the president-elect wouldn't even like us. Given his history of not paying independent contractors who disappoint him, we might end up riding a Greyhound back home."
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"18.01.2017 11:30:00" nytimes.com Chelsea Manning, Tom Price, Nigeria: Your Wednesday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Daily Briefing: Here's what you need to know today.
"18.01.2017 10:55:00" nytimes.com Veteran Times Reporter Denied Entry to Turkey There was no immediate explanation from Turkish officials about the action taken against Mr. Nordland. Border officials detained a Times correspondent as he arrived in Istanbul, then forced him to take a flight back to London.
"18.01.2017 10:25:00" nytimes.com Russia Gains When Donald Trump Trashes NATO And Europe loses. "It is puzzling indeed for a president-elect to publicly denigrate leaders of his country's closest allies," the Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"18.01.2017 09:55:00" nytimes.com Venezuela Issues New Bank Notes Because of Hyperinflation The move, which has been surrounded by chaos for over a month, is meant to lighten the load for Venezuelans who must carry around bags of cash. Venezuela's government began to issue new bank notes to replace the 100-bolívar bill, made virtually worthless by hyperinflation.
"18.01.2017 09:26:00" nytimes.com What the U.S. Gets for Defending Its Allies and Interests Abroad President-elect Donald J. Trump will enter office inheriting a vast system of global alliances and commitments. While he has characterized them as a series of separate deals, they make more sense if viewed together and as investments in a global order Here's the current picture of what America puts in and gets out of global alliances.
"18.01.2017 08:55:00" nytimes.com 4 Quotes From Theresa May's Speech and What They Mean The prime minister's remarks on exiting the European Union were her first public outline of how Britain plans to leave the bloc. "I must be clear. Britain wants to remain a good friend and neighbor to Europe," Theresa May said.
"18.01.2017 08:25:00" President Vladimir Putin of Russia addressed the controversy over the existence of compromising personal information about Donald J. Trump.
"18.01.2017 07:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Threatens a Good Neighbor Mexico must be prepared to shed its historically conciliatory stance. For Mexico, the U.S. has been a difficult neighbor, sometimes violent, almost always arrogant, Enrique Krauze writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"18.01.2017 06:55:00" nytimes.com Obama's Stark Options on ISIS: Arm Syrian Kurds or Let Trump Decide If President Obama chooses to forge closer military ties with the Kurds for an assault on Raqqa, ISIS' main stronghold, he risks alienating the Turks. The choice before President Obama has been a stark one.
"18.01.2017 05:55:00" nytimes.com 52 Places to Go in 2017 | No. 3: Agra Beyond the Taj Mahal, new attractions beckon. Visited Agra? Share your tips.
"18.01.2017 05:25:00" nytimes.com Republicans Look to Reince Priebus, Trump's Chief of Staff, to Bring Stability Party leaders hope Mr. Priebus will transform the new president's storm-the-gates campaign into a normal, functional White House. Reince Priebus has the ear of Donald J. Trump and the trust of GOP leaders, who think his mediating could help “make America sane again.”
"18.01.2017 04:55:01" nytimes.com Getting Older, Sleeping Less When insomnia persists, it can wreak physical, emotional and social havoc. The causes of insomnia are many, and they increase in number and severity as people age.
"18.01.2017 04:25:00" More than 50 Democratic lawmakers say they will not attend Donald J. Trump's inauguration after he criticized Representative John Lewis.
"18.01.2017 03:55:35" nytimes.com Betsy DeVos's Education Hearing Erupts Into Partisan Debate A Senate hearing for Ms. DeVos, a billionaire who did not attend public schools or send her children to them, became a debate over how to spend public money on education. “So you have no personal experience with college financial aid?” Elizabeth Warren asked Betsy DeVos.
"18.01.2017 03:40:00" nytimes.com NYT Watching Recommendation of the Day: 'The Hour' As a detail-oriented news program exposes labyrinthine conspiracies in late 1950s Britain, plenty of drama arises behind the scenes. If you like British period dramas, thrillers and the actor Ben Wishaw (he plays Q in “Skyfall” and “Spectre”), "The Hour" is your dream come true. (via NYT Watching)
"18.01.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com Trump Entering White House Unbent and Unpopular President-elect Donald J. Trump will take office with less popular support than any new president in modern times, according to an array of polls. Donald J. Trump has one of the lowest approval ratings of any new president in modern times, before even being sworn in.
"18.01.2017 02:55:00" nytimes.com One President Out, Another In: You Don't Just Hire 2 Guys With a Truck At the stroke of 12:01 p.m. on Friday, federal workers will swing into action at the White House to replace one commander in chief's creature comforts with those of his successor. At the stroke of 12:01 p.m. on Friday, it's out with almonds, in with Doritos.
"18.01.2017 02:25:00" nytimes.com Museum Trustee, a Trump Donor, Supports Groups That Deny Climate Change A leader of the American Museum of Natural History has been using her family's millions to finance organizations that some say undermine the museum's mission. A trustee of the American Museum of Natural History in NYC has donated millions to organizations skeptical of climate change.
"18.01.2017 01:55:00" nytimes.com Where Protests Are Happening on Inauguration Day President-elect Donald J. Trump's inauguration is expected to draw thousands of protesters to Washington. Here's where protests are happening in Washington D.C., and around the U.S.
"18.01.2017 01:25:00" Tour Trump's Childhood Home Donald J. Trump's childhood home in Queens is up for auction. Take a tour of the house the president-elect called home until he was 4 years old. #Daily360
"18.01.2017 00:55:00" nytimes.com The Most Successful Democrat Since F.D.R. Barack Obama ranks with Reagan as an impactful president, and Republicans won't be able to reverse the changes easily. "3 days from now, Donald J. Trump and congressional Republicans will have the power to begin undoing Barack Obama's presidency. But they are going to have a harder time than many people realize," David Leonhardt writes in The New York Times Opinion
"18.01.2017 00:25:01" nytimes.com Former 'Apprentice' Contestant Sues Trump for Defamation Summer Zervos, a former contestant on Donald J. Trump's reality television show, sued Mr. Trump for defamation, describing behavior that spilled into assault. Summer Zervos, a former contestant on “The Apprentice,” sued Donald J. Trump for defamation, describing behavior that spilled into assault.
"17.01.2017 23:55:00" nytimes.com Chelsea Manning Describes Bleak Life in a Men's Prison The former Army intelligence analyst who disclosed files to WikiLeaks hopes to be allowed to move ahead with her gender reassignment and her life. Last week, before President Obama commuted Chelsea Manning's sentence, she described her bleak life in a men's prison: “Being me is a full-time job.”
"17.01.2017 23:25:01" nytimes.com The Lord of Misrule We're living with exactly the kinds of injustices that lead to carnival culture, and we've crowned a fool king. David Brooks: "We're living with exactly the kinds of injustices that lead to carnival culture, and we've crowned a fool king."
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"17.01.2017 22:55:00" nytimes.com In Era of Trump, China's President Champions Economic Globalization Before the World Economic Forum in Davos, Xi Jinping spurned protectionism while implicitly rebuking Donald J. Trump, president-elect of the United States. China's president made an expansive case for globalization at the World Economic Forum. He never mentioned Donald J. Trump by name, but his speech resonated as a rebuke of the trajectory that Trump promises.
"17.01.2017 22:25:00" nytimes.com Zadie Smith and Michael Chabon Among National Book Critics Circle Finalists Jane Mayer and Ann Patchett are also among the 30 finalists in six categories. 30 finalists were chosen for the National Book Critics Circle Awards, including Zadie Smith, Michael Chabon, Ann Patchett and Jane Mayer.
"17.01.2017 21:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Can't Renegotiate Iran Nuclear Deal, Rouhani Says The president of Iran said the deal could not be modified, in part because it was also signed by Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia. Iran's president said Donald J. Trump couldn't go back on the nuclear deal because it was also signed by Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia.
"17.01.2017 21:19:15" nytimes.com Obama Commutes Bulk of Chelsea Manning's Sentence The army intelligence analyst convicted in a massive 2010 leak of security documents is set to be freed in five months instead of in 2045. Breaking News: Chelsea Manning, the ex-Army analyst who gave files to WikiLeaks, will be freed in May. Barack Obama is commuting her sentence.
"17.01.2017 20:55:00" nytimes.com Pendant Found in Nazi Death Camp Ruins May Have Anne Frank Link The item, which belonged to Karoline Cohn, 14, was discovered recently at the Sobibor camp in Poland and is similar to one owned by Anne Frank. The pendant was just like one owned by Anne Frank. How did it end up at a Nazi extermination camp in eastern Poland?
"17.01.2017 20:35:04" 30 Under 30: Sam Vernon Sam Vernon, a 29-year-old artist whose work has been featured at the Brooklyn Museum, uses her multidisciplinary art to confront questions about racial bias. In this episode of “30 Under 30,” Sam, also a member of “Black Women Artists for Black Lives
"17.01.2017 20:25:00" nytimes.com As the Earth Shook, They Stood Firm Adaptability and tenacity helped poorly equipped Vietcong forces resist the onslaught of Operation Cedar Falls, despite horrific losses. "I harbored hatred for the U.S. Army because my brother was killed by them. But I recognized that American soldiers valued humanitarianism."
Read more in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"17.01.2017 19:54:16" nytimes.com Putin Says Accusations in Trump Dossier Are 'Clearly Fake' President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia dismissed the allegations in a political memo and said the effort to compile such a document was further evidence of the political decay of the West "These bogus stories are clearly fake," Vladimir Putin said at a news conference of allegations that included Donald J. Trump cavorting with prostitutes while visiting Russia.
"17.01.2017 19:25:01" nytimes.com Republican Men Say It's a Better Time to Be a Woman Than a Man A survey shows 82 percent of women feel sexism is a problem today, while men underestimate the sexism felt by the women in their lives. "The white man is a low person on the totem pole. Everybody else is above the white man."
"17.01.2017 18:55:00" Tour Trump's Childhood Home Take a 360° tour of Donald J. Trump's childhood home in Queens, which is up for auction. #Daily360
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"17.01.2017 18:40:42" The New York Times Opinion Section Start Inauguration week with a conversation about the role theater can play in national discourse under the Donald J. Trump administration. Actors Margo Seibert, Justin Guarini and Ariana Debose are with us at the Women's Project Theater to perform the The New York Times Opinion Section is talking about the role theater can play in national discourse under the Donald J. Trump administration.
"17.01.2017 18:25:01" nytimes.com Angst Simmers in Washington as Trump Presidency Nears The nation's capital is used to presidential transitions, but it seems particularly unsteady and on edge with Donald J. Trump about to enter the White House. Washington is also a real place, with real people who have been there for decades. And even they say the Trump transition "feels different."
"17.01.2017 18:05:09" nytimes.com Nigerian Jet Mistakenly Bombs Refugee Camp, Killing Dozens The fighter jet had been searching for Boko Haram fighters when it bombed a government-run camp for displaced people. Breaking News: Nigeria mistakenly bombed a refugee camp while hunting militants. Doctors Without Borders counted 50 people dead and 120 injured.
"17.01.2017 18:04:17" We're exploring the political divide between rural and urban America at a farm in Massachusetts owned by a Donald Trump supporter. She's meeting for the first time with a Trump skeptic from Boston who has never been to a farm. NYT journalist Farah
"17.01.2017 17:56:09" nytimes.com General Motors to Invest $1 Billion in Its U.S. Factories G.M. will become the latest automaker to respond to President-elect Donald J. Trump's call to bolster manufacturing in the United States. General Motors said it would invest $1 billion in its American factories, responding to Donald J. Trump's call to bolster manufacturing in the U.S.
"17.01.2017 17:25:01" nytimes.com Presidents Have Less Power Over the Economy Than You Might Think We associate presidents with eras — and eras with strong or weak economies. But the reality is more complicated. Donald J. Trump's economic record is highly dependent on the dumb luck of where the nation is in the economic cycle.
"17.01.2017 16:51:01" nytimes.com New York Times Study Calls for Rapid Change in Newsroom Among the broad recommendations of an internal report are increasing training and hiring for digital roles and reducing the layers of editing. "Our readers must become a bigger part of our report," is just 1 recommendation released in the 2020 report to The Times newsroom today.
We regularly look to your comments to inform our report. What more would you like to see from The Times here on
"17.01.2017 16:26:43" nytimes.com Health Law's Repeal Could Sharply Increase Uninsured and Raise Costs, New Report Says If a law similar to one passed by Republicans last year is enacted, the Congressional Budget Office says 32 million people could lose insurance and premiums could double in 10 years. Breaking News: 18 million people would lose insurance and premiums would soar in 2018 if Obamacare is partially repealed, a congressional study says.
"17.01.2017 16:25:43" nytimes.com German Court Rejects Effort to Ban Neo-Nazi Party Germany has strict laws on banning political parties, and only 2 have been outlawed since the defeat of the Nazis after World War II. Germany's highest court said that the far-right National Democratic Party did not pose sufficient danger to democracy even though its principles violate the Constitution.
"17.01.2017 15:55:31" nytimes.com The G.O.P.'s Health Care Death Spiral A repeal-and-delay of Obamacare would be a “total disaster” for the individual insurance market. A repeal-and-delay of Obamacare would be a "total disaster" for the individual insurance market, writes J. B. Silvers in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"17.01.2017 15:25:01" nytimes.com Justin Trudeau's Family Vacation on Aga Khan's Island Leads to Ethics Inquiry The conflict-of-interest investigation and another involving a political fund-raiser threaten to tarnish Mr. Trudeau's image. Justin Trudeau and his family spent part of the Christmas holidays as guests of a billionaire philanthropist and spiritual leader, on a private island in the Bahamas.
"17.01.2017 15:10:32" nytimes.com Mr. Obama, Pick Up Your Pardon Pen The president's terrible record on clemency has gotten better, but pardon grants remain abysmally low. Barack Obama "will leave office with roughly 2,000 pending requests on his desk — an embarrassing record," the Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"17.01.2017 14:55:31" nytimes.com As Support for E.U. Flags Elsewhere, Bulgaria Sees Its Benefits While much of Europe has complained about the European Union, Bulgarians paint a different picture, with the Balkan country viewing the bloc as a major positive. "Bulgaria has clearly benefited since it joined the European Union," an analyst said. "We're richer, with a wider choice in terms of jobs and education across the bloc."
"17.01.2017 14:25:34" nytimes.com Joe Biden: 'I Wish to Hell I'd Just Kept Saying the Exact Same Thing' The vice president looks back — and forward. "It's like a Rubik's cube trying to figure this guy out," Joe Biden said about Donald J. Trump. "We have no freakin' idea what he's gonna do."
"17.01.2017 14:15:43" nytimes.com How Much Will the Inauguration Cost, and Who's Paying? Pomp and circumstance does not come cheap. Here's a peek at the dollars and cents behind this week's events in Washington. Donald J. Trump's inauguration week could well be the most expensive in history.
"17.01.2017 13:55:37" nytimes.com Trump's Health Secretary Pick in Trouble Over Insider Trading Accusations Tom Price is in hot water over trades in health care stocks. Donald J. Trump's pick for health secretary is facing accusations that he traded health industry stocks that benefited from his actions in Congress.
"17.01.2017 13:25:30" nytimes.com Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Is Called Off After Nearly 3 Years The decision, which had been expected, ends the deep-sea scouring of the southern Indian Ocean, concluding the costliest such effort in aviation history. One of the great aviation mysteries will remain unsolved for the foreseeable future.
"17.01.2017 12:55:02" nytimes.com Donald Trump's Childhood Home Goes to Auction The president-elect could be among the bidders when the Queens house where he spent the first four years of his life goes on sale Tuesday. "The value of Trump's name, the value of the president-elect living there as a child, an infant, that value is impossible to define."
"17.01.2017 12:40:22" nytimes.com In 'Brexit' Speech, Theresa May Outlines a Clean Break for U.K. In long-awaited remarks, the British prime minister emphasized regaining control of immigration, even if it means losing trading advantages. Breaking News: Theresa May backed a clean break from the EU, its single market and its court system.
"17.01.2017 12:40:01" nytimes.com What to Watch: A Crush of Hearings, and a Transfer of Power Nominees for health, energy and education highlight what could be a contentious week of confirmation battles. And then there's the matter Friday of a certain swearing-in. Cabinet picks will dominate the week before the main event on Friday: Inauguration Day.
"17.01.2017 12:25:39" nytimes.com Cold War Jitters Resurface as U.S. Marines Arrive in Norway Despite being generally welcomed, the presence of the Marines — shown on Norwegian television dragging their suitcases through the snow — also provoked concerns. The deployment of American Marines recalled an era in which Norwegians lived in fear of Soviet hegemony.
"17.01.2017 11:55:00" nytimes.com How the Presidency Changed Obama A president who transformed the country and learned the limits of the possible. President Obama had his health care bill, but the triumph had come at a heavy cost.
"17.01.2017 11:40:02" nytimes.com 5 Killed at BPM Festival in Mexico An attacker was sought after opening fire during an international electronic music festival in Playa Del Carmen, and tourists were among the dead, officials said. An armed man who had been denied entry opened fire inside the club, prompting a gun battle and a stampede, officials said.
"17.01.2017 11:31:00" nytimes.com Orlando, 'Brexit,' Eugene Cernan: Your Tuesday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Daily Briefing: Here's what you need to know today.
"17.01.2017 10:55:00" nytimes.com As Trump Era Arrives, a Sense of Uncertainty Grips the World Having made contradictory comments, President-elect Donald J. Trump has many nations wondering about his policies. But there's also a sense that his words should not be taken too literally. No one knows where exactly Donald J. Trump is headed.
"17.01.2017 10:28:15" nytimes.com Suspect in Istanbul Nightclub Attack Confesses, Officials Say Mr. Masharipov, whose arrest was also confirmed by Prime Minister Binali Yildirim, was detained on Monday night after the police raided a residence in the Esenyurt district of Istanbul. The suspect, an Uzbek citizen born in 1983, received help in the attack, done "in the name of ISIS," the governor of Istanbul said.
"17.01.2017 10:20:00" nytimes.com With Blacks Alarmed by His Tone, Trump Meets With Martin Luther King III The plan was announced after a weekend of escalating tensions between the president-elect and Representative John Lewis, who fought for civil rights alongside King. "He said that he is going to represent Americans — he's said that over and over again," Martin Luther King III told reporters. "We will continue to evaluate that."
"17.01.2017 09:55:00" nytimes.com British Police Look to Young Recruits to Help Shed an Image as 'Male, Pale and Stale' A program, similar to Teach for America, places university graduates for two years in some of the country's most troubled areas, with a focus on diversifying the police corps. "People think I'm too nice," Police Constable Wheatley, 21, said. They expect, she said, "a middle-aged man." But she is exactly the kind of officer her superiors want to recruit.
"17.01.2017 09:25:00" nytimes.com Putting More Women on a Path to Political Power As members of the global elite gather this week in Davos, gender issues in politics and beyond will be hotly debated. Is it sexism or the system that has so far prevented a woman from becoming president of the United States?
"17.01.2017 08:45:00" nytimes.com For Trump, Three Decades of Chasing Deals in Russia Donald J. Trump, and eventually his children, repeatedly sought business in Russia as far back as 1987, in a variety of ventures. But none got off the ground. Donald Trump said he has "stayed away" from deals in Russia. In fact, he repeatedly sought business there starting in the 1980s.
"17.01.2017 08:25:00" nytimes.com Theresa May Set to Outline U.K. Withdrawal From European Market With a long-awaited speech on Tuesday, the British leader is expected to stress regaining control of immigration, even if it means losing trading advantages. Theresa May's speech holds the potential to define Britain's relations with its neighbors for decades to come.
"17.01.2017 07:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Attacks BMW and Mercedes, but Auto Industry Is a Complex Target The globalized trade in vehicles, in which Detroit owns European brands and German cars come from Alabama, could make it hard to raise barriers. Donald J. Trump has taken aim at German cars.
"17.01.2017 07:25:00" nytimes.com It Can Power a Small Nation. But This Wind Farm in China Is Mostly Idle. The Jiuquan Wind Power Base epitomizes the country's ambition to become a global leader in clean energy. It also reflects the deep challenges facing the sector in China. The Jiuquan Wind Power Base stands as a symbol of China's quest to dominate the world's renewable energy market. But these days, the windmills loom like scarecrows, idle and inert.
"17.01.2017 06:25:00" nytimes.com The Stem-Cell Revolution Is Coming — Slowly Shinya Yamanaka directs Kyoto University's Center for iPS Cell Research and Application, and leads a small research lab at the Gladstone Institutes, which is affiliated with the University of California, San Francisco. Where are the miracle treatments we were promised? A Nobel Prize-winning scientist explains.
"17.01.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com How the Response to Zika Failed Millions One year after the W.H.O. declared a public health emergency, experts reflect on the response to the virus and find many aspects wanting. While tourists were warned away from epidemic areas, tens of millions of women living in them were left unprotected.
"17.01.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com 2016 Was a Bad Year for Celebrity Deaths, by These Measures Confirming an unusual number of deaths in a given year is tricky, since celebrity is a subjective quality. But several media tallies point to a trend. 2016 felt like a big year for celebrity deaths. But was it?
"17.01.2017 02:25:00" nytimes.com Where I Live: Washington, D.C. Finding refuge from Washington's quotidian intrigues — and how to get close to the political spectacle. An insider's look at the nation's capital as it awaits a new president.
"17.01.2017 01:55:00" nytimes.com Ask Alexa? No, Hear This Alexa Amazon's voice-controlled Echo device is “always getting smarter” — but making us dumber. Amazon.com's voice-controlled Echo device is "always getting smarter" — but making us dumber, Alexa O'Brien writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"17.01.2017 01:50:59" nytimes.com Eugene Cernan, Last Human to Walk on Moon, Dies at 82 A ferocious competitor, Mr. Cernan rocketed into space three times, went to the moon twice and shattered aerospace records on the Earth and the moon. Breaking News: Eugene Cernan, the last of 12 Americans to set foot on the moon in 6 Apollo landings, has died.
"17.01.2017 00:55:00" nytimes.com What Got Better or Worse During Obama's Presidency See if you're as smart as you think you are. Draw your guesses on the charts.
"16.01.2017 23:55:00" nytimes.com 'Kompromat' and the Danger of Doubt and Confusion in a Democracy Although the manufacturing of public cynicism tends to be associated with Russia, it is a common feature and tool of authoritarian nations. Kompromat is "a very cheap and easy way for the regime to demonstrate its power, and to harass people in a very visible way."
"16.01.2017 22:45:00" Where Civil Rights Meet the Civil War This year, residents marched in Lexington's first Martin Luther King Jr. parade. Down the road, others raise the Confederate flag. Read more: http://nyti.ms/2jCf7yJ
"16.01.2017 22:39:21" nytimes.com Suspect in Deadly Istanbul Rampage on New Year's Is Captured, Turkey Says The Anadolu news agency said he had been captured alive in the Esenyurt district of Istanbul. Breaking News: A suspect has been arrested in relation to the New Year's shooting that left 39 dead in an Istanbul nightclub, Turkish media said.
"16.01.2017 22:25:00" nytimes.com World Leaders Push Israel and Trump to Forge a 2-State Deal Though peace efforts between Israel and the Palestinians seem doomed, world leaders gathered in Paris for a peace conference and signaled that they still longed for a solution. "The two-state solution, which the international community has agreed on for many years, appears threatened," said François Hollande.
"16.01.2017 21:55:00" nytimes.com Which Martin Luther King Are We Celebrating Today? Since his death, the civil rights leader has been appropriated for all sorts of causes. Martin Luther King "had a message for those who would target immigrants or wall off America from the world. In a 1967 speech, he declared: 'Our loyalties must become ecumenical rather than national.' Instead of policing their borders, nations should
"16.01.2017 21:30:22" Brandon Victor Dixon currently a lead actor Hamilton: An American Musical is with us on MLK Day to discuss civil rights, mass incarceration and the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Comment with your questions for him, and he'll respond. (He may even
"16.01.2017 20:55:02" nytimes.com Venus Smiled, With a Mysterious Wave Across Its Atmosphere Japan's Akatsuki spacecraft detected what scientists called a gravity wave above the solar system's second planet, but it hasn't been seen since. For a few days, Venus smiled — sideways.
"16.01.2017 20:25:00" nytimes.com Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Still Faces Pushback Here is a brief history of how Martin Luther King Jr. Day came to be, and the fierce opposition to the holiday. Some states combine Martin Luther King Jr. Day with celebrations of Confederate generals.
"16.01.2017 19:55:00" nytimes.com With All Due Disrespect The patriotic case for frankness about a tainted election. "Patriotism means standing up for your country's values, not pledging personal allegiance to Dear Leader," Paul Krugman writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"16.01.2017 19:40:36" nytimes.com Corporations Open the Cash Spigot for Trump's Inauguration Planners say they have raised more than $100 million, nearly double the record for an inauguration, much of it coming in large checks from corporations and wealthy people. Donald J. Trump's most prolific donors will gain access to what amounts to a parallel inauguration week, carefully planned and largely out of public sight.
"16.01.2017 19:25:00" nytimes.com The Banned Books Your Child Should Read Banned book lists can be a great resource for parents looking for books that teach kids about the world and themselves. Books that have been challenged or banned offer parents an opportunity to talk about difficult topics.
"16.01.2017 19:08:43" The Shchukin Collection The Shchukin Collection is a little seen compilation of art including work from Cézanne, Monet, Matisse, and Picasso. Highlights from the collection are seen here in a rare exhibit that unites works normally divided between several Russian museums. Join
"16.01.2017 18:55:01" nytimes.com A New Martin Luther King Jr. Parade Divides a Virginia Town King's birthday falls within days of the birthdays of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, an awkward time for towns like Lexington, which celebrates all three. Residents in Lexington marched in the city's first Martin Luther King Jr. parade. Down the road, others saluted the Confederacy.
"16.01.2017 18:40:42" nytimes.com After Plagiarism Report, Monica Crowley Will Not Take White House Job Ms. Crowley, who had been selected to serve in a post on President-elect Donald J. Trump's National Security Council, had been dogged by allegations of plagiarism in recent weeks. "I greatly appreciate being asked to be part of President-elect Trump's team, and I will continue to enthusiastically support him and his agenda for American renewal," Monica Crowley said.