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"29.03.2017 19:55:00" nytimes.com Why Democrats Have a Shot in a Georgia District Dominated by Republicans The contest to fill Tom Price's vacant congressional seat is an early test of whether Democrats can make use of President Trump's unpopularity. Jon Ossoff, a Democrat, has fared well in recent polls and has raised an astonishing $3 million in only a few months. He's running for a seat in a district where President Trump struggled to victory.
"29.03.2017 19:25:05" nytimes.com What You Can Do About Climate Change Driving a more fuel-efficient car cuts greenhouse gas emissions. Which is why Trump would be making a mistake if he retreats on fuel economy. From the The New York Times Opinion Section: What is the most efficient thing you — just one concerned person — can do about global warming?
"29.03.2017 19:12:09" The New York Times Food The Persian New Year, Nowruz, is nearing the end of its 13-day celebration. We're at the Persian restaurant Pars Grill in NYC to learn how to make sabzi polo mahi (herbed rice with smoked fish), a dish that's crucial to any Nowruz dinner. Comment with Join us at Pars Grill, a Persian restaurant in NYC, to learn how to make sabzi polo mahi (herbed rice with smoked fish), a traditional Nowruz (Persian New Year) dish. Comment with your questions for the restaurant's chef, Ziba Meigani, and her daughter,
"29.03.2017 18:55:08" nytimes.com After Apology, Bill O'Reilly Continues Attacks on Maxine Waters The Fox News host had faced intense criticism for a remark about the congresswoman's hair. Bill O'Reilly apologized for his "James Brown wig" comment about Maxine Waters. Then he went on the attack.
"29.03.2017 18:25:00" nytimes.com Ronaldo Bust Looks Nothing Like Ronaldo, and the Internet Notices The handsome Real Madrid star is cast, none too favorably for some, in bronze. Cristiano Ronaldo is known for being exceptionally handsome. A bronze bust commemorating him is... not.
"29.03.2017 18:05:47" The New York Times - Well - Health Take yoga to the next level with these 11 poses. Roll out your mat and get ready to sweat with The Times's Arí Isaacman Bevacqua. Leave your questions in the comments, and Ari will answer some. Take yoga to the next level with these 11 poses. Roll out your mat and get ready to sweat with The Times's Arí Isaacman Bevacqua. Leave your questions in the comments, and Ari will answer some.
"29.03.2017 17:55:13" nytimes.com A Trove on the Women's Suffrage Struggle, Found in an Old Box Nearly 100 letters from Susan B. Anthony and others have come to light, in a collection that shows the complex networks that drove the movement. "Now wouldn't it be splendid for us to be free & equal citizens, with the power of the ballot to back our hearts, heads & hands,” Susan B. Anthony wrote.
It would be 46 more years women got the right to vote. The letter ended up stashed along with
"29.03.2017 17:25:01" nytimes.com What Are Next Steps for 'Brexit' Now That Article 50 Has Been Invoked? The British government formally notified the European Union on March 29 that it intends to withdraw from the bloc. Much of the "Brexit" process will have to be negotiated between Britain and the remaining members of the E.U.
"29.03.2017 17:10:00" U.K. initiates 'Brexit' from the E.U. Britain has triggered Article 50, formally beginning the "Brexit" process from the European Union. Here's what it could mean for the country. Read more: http://nyti.ms/2nAG1Lv
"29.03.2017 16:55:00" nytimes.com 2 Christie Allies Are Sentenced in George Washington Bridge Scandal Bill Baroni and Bridget Anne Kelly were sentenced for shutting down lanes in Fort Lee, N.J., to punish the mayor and causing massive traffic jams in 2013. Bill Baroni, an ex-ally of Chris Christie, got 2 years in prison in the bridge scandal. Bridget Anne Kelly will be sentenced next.
"29.03.2017 16:28:00" Movie Theater Concessions Is floating cotton candy coming soon to a theater near you? We are in Las Vegas, where movie theater owners are holding a convention. Vendors pitch them new products, and NYT reporter Brooks Barnes is talking to a company that thinks a twist on cotton
"29.03.2017 16:25:00" nytimes.com Fame, Fortune and an Itch to Run for Office Some with wealth and renown are finding that insufficient and, like President Trump, are contemplating the political life. Donald J. Trump didn't invent the practice of running for office as a rich, or celebrated, amateur — but he's opened a wider path for it.
"29.03.2017 16:05:00" nytimes.com 'The Americans' Season 5, Episode 4: Working Through the Kinks Sex in the service of the motherland isn't as easy as it used to be. The Americans recap: "In a week when the focus was on sex, no one was getting any."
"29.03.2017 15:55:00" nytimes.com 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer,' Reimagined by Its Fans Twenty years after the TV series began, we asked readers to share a piece of their fan fiction, and tell us why they write about “Buffy.” "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" turned up 20 years ago this month. The show didn't just attract viewers, it also unleashed an army of would-be writers creating their own adventures about Buffy, Willow and Xander.
"29.03.2017 15:40:01" nytimes.com U.S. 'Probably Had a Role' in Mosul Deaths, Commander Says “My initial assessment is that we probably had a role in these casualties,” said Lt. Gen. Stephen J. Townsend, who commands the American-led task force that is fighting ISIS. The remarks by a general were the fullest acceptance of responsibility by an American commander for a strike that killed scores of civilians in Iraq.
"29.03.2017 15:25:01" nytimes.com What Cold War Intrigue Can Tell Us About the Trump-Russia Inquiry Events rooted in 1985, which became known as the Year of the Spy, in some ways mirror those that were set in motion during the 2016 presidential election. Spy hunts usually begin with an unexplained incident: In the Trump-Russia case, there was the hacking of the DNC's computers. In 1985, there was an arrest on the streets of Moscow.
"29.03.2017 15:09:24" nytimes.com Trevor Noah Knows How to Save Meals on Wheels: Militarize It The cast of “The Daily Show” dreamed up a meal-delivery program they think President Trump may like: one that delivers sandwiches via rocket launcher. "It's our duty to get this food in these people's homes and their bellies — and it's not easy. They got locked doors. They got cats. Some of them need their food before 'Jeopardy!' starts."
"29.03.2017 14:55:00" nytimes.com In Brooklyn's Kosher Pizza War, Modern Tastes Battle Ancient Law A civil dispute between two pizzerias in Crown Heights comes before a rabbinical court. It's 21st century foodie-ism vs. the 19th-century world of a Hasidic neighborhood.
"29.03.2017 14:25:02" nytimes.com Trump's Raves About Chicago Have Become Rants The president has often bemoaned Chicago's rising street violence. But residents say his long, tangled relationship with the city explains a lot. In 2004, Donald J. Trump's feelings about Chicago couldn't have been clearer — he loved the place. Oh, how his views have changed.
"29.03.2017 13:55:01" Few Entrances, and Sometimes, No Exit Opinion: In a wheelchair you might be able to get on the subway. But can you get off? #Daily360
"29.03.2017 13:25:02" nytimes.com Why Brexit Is Best for Britain: The Left-Wing Case The European Union is all about elite management, treaty law and money-grubbing. Britain must take back democratic control. From The New York Times Opinion Section: As Theresa May gave notice of Britain's withdrawal from the European Union, here's the left-wing argument for Brexit.
"29.03.2017 12:55:04" nytimes.com Meet the Executioner. Your Amateur Night at the Apollo Is Over. C.P. Lacey is starting his 30th year as the most feared character at Amateur Night: A tap-dancing dream killer who shoos booed contestants off stage. He's the most feared man at Apollo Theater's Amateur Night.
"29.03.2017 12:25:00" nytimes.com 'Brexit' Shook Pillars of the West, but They're Not Crumbling Yet Britain's withdrawal from the E.U. and Donald Trump's election are blows to multilateralism, but many European nations seem to be shying away from going it alone. The Brexit vote shocked the world. But the European Union, if still ailing and dysfunctional, is far from dead.
"29.03.2017 11:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Obama's Short Ribs Recipe This is the dish that the chef Marcus Samuelsson made for President Obama when he visited the restaurant Red Rooster Harlem This is an easy braise with wonderful flavors — plum sauce, lemongrass, soy sauce — and as it is pointed out in "The Red Rooster Make these at home? Yes, you can.
"29.03.2017 11:35:31" nytimes.com Making 'Brexit' Official, U.K. Wades Into a Thorny Thicket Prime Minister Theresa May gave notice of Britain's withdrawal from the European Union, kicking off a two-year negotiation steeped in peril for both sides. Breaking News: With a hand-delivered letter, Britain has officially initiated "Brexit." The long divorce is likely to be littered with pitfalls.
"29.03.2017 10:55:00" nytimes.com At BlackRock, Machines Are Rising Over Managers to Pick Stocks BlackRock is merging many actively managed mutual funds with peers that rely more on algorithms and models to pick stocks. “People sitting in a room picking stocks, thinking they are smarter than the next guy — that does not work anymore.”
"29.03.2017 09:55:00" nytimes.com Mysterious Buyer of Trump's Childhood Home Said to Be From China A stream of Chinese visitors reportedly stopped to see the house between when it was listed for auction in January and when the sale closed last week. “Why is there an influx of Chinese people interested in this house, of all people?” a neighbor said. “What do they want?”
"29.03.2017 08:55:00" nytimes.com Trump's Executive Order Pushes the U.S. Climate Pledge Further Out of Reach President Trump has rolled back key Obama-era greenhouse gas regulations. Without these rules in place, the United States is set to fall far short of its 2015 Paris Agreement pledge. The U.S. is set to fall far short of its 2015 Paris Agreement pledge.
"29.03.2017 06:55:00" nytimes.com 'Here Lies': A Clue in Hebrew Points to Rome's Medieval Jewish Cemetery Archaeologists say that 38 skeletons unearthed in Rome's Trastevere neighborhood were likely buried in the long-vanished Campus Iudeorum, or Field of the Jews. Archaeologists were taken aback when they found 38 skeletons that they believe were once buried in the Campus Iudeorum, or Field of the Jews.
"29.03.2017 05:55:00" nytimes.com 'Mortal Kombat' and 'Solitaire' Among Video Game Hall of Fame Finalists The World Video Game Hall of Fame announced 12 finalists for its third class of inductees, including “Donkey Kong” and “Wii Sports.” What do you think is missing from this list of World Video Game Hall of Fame finalists?
"29.03.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com The Greatest War Photographer You've Never Heard Of One of the few female combat photographers in the war was also the most daring. She was considered the most daring photographer in Vietnam during the war.
"29.03.2017 04:43:15" The New York Times - Science If this is your first siphonophore, you're going to love it: http://nyti.ms/2naLLYS If this is your first siphonophore, you're going to love it: http://nyti.ms/2o92aSk
"29.03.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com Scotland Votes to Demand a Post-'Brexit' Independence Referendum A vote by the Scottish Parliament sets the stage for a tussle between London and Edinburgh, with Scottish voters preferring to stay in the European Union. Scotland's Parliament voted to demand a new referendum on Scottish independence.
"29.03.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com Fact Check: Trump's Misleading Words on Energy and Jobs President Trump claimed undue credit for job gains and miscast the effect of his executive orders on energy. We fact-checked Donald J. Trump's claims about energy production and jobs.
"29.03.2017 02:55:00" nytimes.com Coal Miners Hope Trump's Order Will Help. But Few Are Counting on It. President Trump's move aiming to roll back environmental regulations elated many in coal country who felt bullied by his predecessor. But expectations for a comeback remain muted. “It may take a couple of years to catch fire again,” Eddie Mounts, the son and grandson of miners, said. “But I think it will.”
"29.03.2017 02:25:00" instagram.com Instagram post by New York Times Archives • Mar 28, 2017 at 12:42pm UTC 534 Likes, 3 Comments - New York Times Archives (@nytarchives) on Instagram: ““Something snapped just after dark yesterday and it lighted up Grand Central Terminal like a…” 1991: “The stuff that dreams are made of is in the lights that bathe the architectural grandeur of Manhattan after the sun sets and the dark obscures the grittiness of a city that works for a living.”
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"29.03.2017 01:55:00" nytimes.com Amid White House Tumult, Pence Offers Trump a Steady Hand As other advisers floundered in recent weeks, the vice president has emerged as an effective wingman for a president short on competent help. Mike Pence was never as angry over Michael Flynn's lying as people in the White House claimed.
"29.03.2017 01:25:00" nytimes.com After Trump Visits a Podcast, Border Agents Find Their Political Voice With President Trump's focus on the border, the union's weekly podcast has become an influential, unfiltered and entirely one-sided megaphone. “We're not going to apologize for what we believe in."
"29.03.2017 00:55:00" nytimes.com The Offender of the Free World Truculent Trump has abdicated responsibility. Europe must step into the void. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "Trump's United States of America has become an unserious country, the offender of the free world."
"29.03.2017 00:25:00" nytimes.com Drake Changed Hip-Hop's Sound. Can He Change the Business? His release isn't an album or a mixtape, but a playlist — a move that could position him to shift the music industry once again. A panel discussion, on Popcast. Drake's latest release wasn't an album, but a playlist. Even so, it's breaking records that Drake already set.
"28.03.2017 23:55:00" nytimes.com Republicans for Single-Payer Health Care If Trump explodes private markets, socialized medicine will ultimately grow. From The New York Times Opinion Section:
"Donald J. Trump, Paul Ryan and Tom Price may move the U.S. toward socialized medicine. That would be the height of political irony."
"28.03.2017 23:25:00" nytimes.com Congress Votes to Overturn Obama-Era Online Privacy Rules Following the Senate, the House voted to dismantle rules requiring broadband providers get permission before collecting data on a user's online activity. Congress dismantled rules making it tougher to sell your private internet data. Companies will not need your consent to do so.
"28.03.2017 22:55:10" nytimes.com Right and Left: Partisan Writing You Shouldn't Miss Read about how the other side thinks. We have collected political writing from around the web and across ideologies. How the other side thinks: We scoured the web for political writing from the right and the left that's worth your time.
"28.03.2017 22:25:00" nytimes.com In Steve King's District, Iowans Begin to Question His Anti-Immigrant Views Has an outspokenly anti-immigrant congressman finally gone too far, even for his loyal constituents? Their attitudes seem to be shifting. “I've always voted for him, but I think this was way out of line,” said Bill Kooi, a retired farmer, of Steve King's anti-immigrant tirade.
"28.03.2017 21:55:00" nytimes.com Devin Nunes Rejects Calls to Recuse Himself From Russia Inquiry The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said Democrats' concerns about his impartiality were “their problem.” Devin Nunes said Democrats' concerns about his impartiality were “their problem.”
"28.03.2017 21:31:00" nytimes.com The N.F.L. and the Business of Ripping Out the Heart of Oakland Las Vegas was willing to offer a $750 million public subsidy to gain the Raiders, even as school class sizes had to be increased for lack of funds. Las Vegas found cash for an NFL stadium but not for its public schools, Michael Powell writes.
"28.03.2017 21:10:00" nytimes.com Respect Your Cat (Not That It Cares) Don't patronize them, fear them. And for God's sake don't eat them. From The New York Times Opinion Section:
It's time to pay homage to your cat, which has beaten the evolutionary odds to jump in your lap. Happy Respect Your Cat Day!
"28.03.2017 20:40:00" Obama on 'Terrifying' Threat of Climate Change President Trump signed an executive order that's intended to roll back most of Barack Obama's climate-change legacy. Last September, we spoke with Obama about climate change and his legacy.
Read the interview here: http://nyti.ms/2cDGO74
What to know
"28.03.2017 20:25:00" nytimes.com Engulfed in Battle, Mosul's Civilians Run for Their Lives On the front lines of the fight against ISIS in west Mosul, a photojournalist for The Times documents the toll on Iraqis who have no safe way to escape. There are few, if any, breaks that make it obvious when to run, so the people of Mosul are simply running whenever they can.
"28.03.2017 19:55:00" nytimes.com 'Legion' and the Rise of Surreality TV A new breed of television shows fits right in with the current environment of fake news, gaslighting and contested objectivity. "There is something undoubtedly timely about stories in which there's no stable baseline of agreed-on reality," our critic writes.
"28.03.2017 19:40:00" Tour Trump's Childhood Home in 360° President Donald J. Trump's childhood home in Queens sold at auction for over $2 million. Take a tour of the home that he lived in until he was 4.
Read more: http://nyti.ms/2nd4l2y
"28.03.2017 19:38:05" The New York Times Books The children's book author R.J. Palacio is out with a new picture book about Auggie, the boy who helped launch a worldwide movement for kids to choose kindness. She's here to draw and talk about Auggie and his world. Leave your questions in the comments, The children's book author R.J. Palacio is out with a new picture book about Auggie, the boy who helped launch a worldwide movement for kids to choose kindness. She's here to draw and talk about Auggie and his world. Leave your questions in the comments,
"28.03.2017 19:25:00" nytimes.com A 2016 Review: Turnout Wasn't the Driver of Clinton's Defeat Persuasion was a far bigger factor. To the extent Democratic turnout was weak, it was mainly among blacks, but that weakness has been exaggerated. Hillary Clinton wasn't defeated because of low turnout. Instead, it's clear that large numbers of white, working-class voters shifted from the Democrats to President Donald J. Trump.
"28.03.2017 19:03:57" nytimes.com Uber Releases Diversity Report and Repudiates Its 'Hard-Charging Attitude' The report, which excludes drivers, showed Uber's employees are overwhelmingly male and the largest ethnic group is white, though the figures are not so different from other tech companies. Only 36% of Uber's work force is made up of women, while the technology jobs at the company — some 85% — are overwhelmingly held by men.
"28.03.2017 18:43:30" Live with Becca Stevens Becca Stevens, an American jazz, folk and pop-singer, just released a new album, "Regina." She's here to perform some songs for us. Comment with your questions, and NYT reporter Andrew R. Chow will respond to some.
"28.03.2017 18:37:38" nytimes.com Trump Signs Executive Order Unwinding Obama Climate Policies Flanked by coal miners at the Environmental Protection Agency, President Trump signed an order directing the agency to start the process of rewriting the Clean Power Plan. Breaking News: President Trump signed an executive order intended to roll back most of President Obama's climate-change legacy.
"28.03.2017 18:25:00" nytimes.com Should Art That Infuriates Be Removed? This question is at the center of a debate that has split the art world over Dana Schutz's painting “Open Casket” at the Whitney Biennial. A white artist's painting of Emmett Till has drawn protests from black artists. Here's our art critic's take.
"28.03.2017 17:55:00" nytimes.com Evidence That Robots Are Winning the Race for American Jobs Researchers are surprised to see very little employment increase in other occupations to offset the job losses in manufacturing. Automation, more than other factors like trade and offshoring that President Donald J. Trump campaigned on, has been the bigger threat to blue-collar jobs.
"28.03.2017 17:27:02" Photos from The New York Times's post As our photojournalist traveled with Iraqi special forces deep in western Mosul last week, nearly everyone frantically asked which way was safe to flee.
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"28.03.2017 16:55:00" nytimes.com Indian-Americans Reward Man Who Intervened in Kansas Shooting Ian Grillot, who was shot and wounded when he reacted to an attack on two Indians, received a $100,000 check from India House Houston to help buy a home. He was shot while confronting a gunman who killed an Indian immigrant. Indian immigrants have rallied to help him in return.
"28.03.2017 16:29:19" Rachel Dolezal is with us to answer your questions and talk about her new memoir. Dolezal was a N.A.A.C.P. chapter president and a university instructor in African-American studies before she attracted national attention in 2015 for her embrace of a
"28.03.2017 16:24:51" nytimes.com Affordable Care Act Repeal Is Back on the Agenda, Republicans Say Under extreme pressure from conservative activists, House Republican leaders and the White House say they have restarted negotiations. House Republicans and White House officials haven't given up on repealing the Affordable Care Act.
"28.03.2017 15:55:37" John Adams and the Attacca Quartet We're with John Adams (Composer) and the Attacca Quartet, which will perform Adams' music this weekend in Brooklyn. Leave your questions in the comments, and NYT reporter Josh Barone will ask some of them.
"28.03.2017 15:55:00" nytimes.com Daily Mail Compares 2 U.K. Leaders — Their Legs, Not Their Ideas A front page with Theresa May, Britain's prime minister, and Nicola Sturgeon, the first minister of Scotland, elicited immediate outrage. "This is 2017," a British lawmaker wrote of The Daily Mail's cover. "Sexist does not begin to describe this front page."
"28.03.2017 15:25:00" nytimes.com 5 Reasons Trump's Promised Tax Overhaul Won't Be So Easy The president's failure to push through broad health care overhaul has raised questions about the prospects of a sweeping rewrite of the tax code. President Donald J. Trump couldn't push through a health care overhaul. Will he be able to rewrite of the tax code?
"28.03.2017 15:19:14" "Colossal" with Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis are here to talk about their new sci-fi film, "Colossal." Ask your questions in the comments, and NYT movies editor Mekado Murphy will ask them some.
"28.03.2017 14:55:00" nytimes.com An Alabama Prison's Unrelenting Descent Into Violence Even in a state with some of the nation's most troubled and overcrowded prisons, St. Clair Correctional Facility stands out for its history of violence. The lock to his cell was picked easily. At his door stood a man clutching knives in both hands. "You know what time it is," the man said.
"28.03.2017 14:25:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump's Modest Boyhood Home in Queens Sells for Millions The buyer's identity was shielded, but the sale was facilitated by a lawyer who specializes in real estate investments by overseas Chinese buyers. The home that President Donald J. Trump grew up in was sold for $2.14 million, more than double the average value of comparable homes in the area.
"28.03.2017 13:55:00" Crossing Cultures: Black K-Pop Fans in America What draws so many black fans to Korean pop music? We explore the question on a Friday night in Newark, where thousands pour in to see BTS, one of the most popular Korean pop bands in the world.
Watch more #Daily360: http://nyti.ms/2neU493
"28.03.2017 13:25:00" nytimes.com Equal Pay for Men and Women? Iceland Wants Employers to Prove It Although the country has had equal pay laws for half a century, gaps still exist, and new legislation is intended to address the imbalances more forcefully. Iceland is the first country to introduce legislation requiring employers to prove they are paying men and women equally.
In what ways, if any, do you think your gender has affected your pay? Share your experiences in the comments. Please include where
"28.03.2017 12:55:00" nytimes.com 'The Daily': Two Views From Mosul Confusion surrounds a devastating airstrike believed to have killed at least 200 civilians in Iraq's last ISIS stronghold. We present two views of what happened. President Trump wanted a faster battle plan. Iraqi leaders wanted quicker airstrikes. Is that why about 200 civilians are now dead in Mosul?
"28.03.2017 12:25:00" nytimes.com Devin Nunes, American Airlines, Oakland Raiders: Your Tuesday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Morning Briefing: Here's what you need to know to start your day.
"28.03.2017 11:55:00" nytimes.com Trump's Take on Corporate Tax Rate Could Look Very Much Like Obama's The rate may need to be 28 percent so the president's plan is tax neutral. When Barack Obama proposed that figure, repeatedly, Republicans called it too high. During the campaign Donald J. Trump promised a corporate tax rate of 15%. Now it may need to be 28%, Andrew Ross Sorkin writes.
"28.03.2017 11:25:00" nytimes.com Ai Weiwei's Latest Artwork: Building Fences Throughout New York City Commissioned by the Public Art Fund, “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors,” an ambitious work about divisive politics and borders, opens on Oct. 12. The title is a reference to Robert Frost's poem “Mending Wall,” which uses the line “Good fences make good neighbors” as a mysterious refrain.
"28.03.2017 10:55:00" nytimes.com For Some Fliers, Electronics Ban Makes for a Bumpy Ride While Persian Gulf carriers scramble to accommodate their most lucrative customers, business travelers worry about losing work time. The new ban on laptops and other devices on certain overseas flights is causing headaches. Has it affected you?
"28.03.2017 09:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Lemon Shortbread Tart Recipe Candied, the peel gives another dimension to the pie's lemonade flavor. Good morning, sunshine.
"28.03.2017 08:55:00" Recent airstrikes from U.S.-led coalition forces in Syria and Iraq have raised concerns about whether the U.S. military has become less selective in its targeting.
"28.03.2017 06:55:00" Timeline Photos An ailing man at a cholera treatment center in Baidoa, Somalia. There are not enough beds and cots for all the patients here. And scenes like this are unfolding across the region.
For the first time since anyone can remember, there is a very real
"28.03.2017 05:55:00" Putin Keeps Protesters at Bay in Russia The largest protests in several years broke out across Russia, and scores were beaten and arrested by the police. Here's how President Vladimir Putin keeps protesters at bay.
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"28.03.2017 05:25:00" nytimes.com A Positive Outlook May Be Good for Your Health Actively cultivating positive emotions may boost the immune system and counter depression. Looking on the sunny side may actually improve health and extend life.
"28.03.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com A Dream of Clean Energy at a Very High Price If a fusion experiment in France succeeds, it could shape the power plants of the future and contribute greatly to reducing planet-warming emissions. An extraordinarily complex and costly experiment to mimic the sun is taking shape in France.
"28.03.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com The Trump Administration's War on Science Mr. Trump's inaugural budget blueprint is a narrow-minded document that sacrifices American innovation to small-bore politics. From The New York Times Opinion Section: Donald J. Trump's budget blueprint shows a “lack of understanding of science's role in national and domestic security, in protecting air and water and other resources and in preventing disease and lowering the cost
"28.03.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com White Suspect in Black Man's Killing Is Indicted on Terror Charges James Harris Jackson, who the police said confessed to killing Timothy Caughman in Midtown last week, could spend life in prison. James Harris Jackson, who the police said traveled to NYC to kill black men, was indicted on rare state charges of murder as terrorism.
"28.03.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com Planned Rollback of Climate Rules Unlikely to Achieve All Trump's Goals Energy economists say the executive order is likely to fall far short on the president's goals of increasing the nation's “energy independence” and restoring lost coal mining jobs. The executive order Donald J. Trump is expected to sign Tuesday will likely fall short of his goals to increase U.S. “energy independence” and restore lost coal mining jobs, energy economists said.
"28.03.2017 02:55:00" nytimes.com House Democrats Ask Devin Nunes to Recuse Himself From Russia Inquiry The meeting was likely to intensify questions about what prompted the congressman to say that President Trump or others may have been “incidentally” wiretapped and who gave him the information. Top Democrats say Devin Nunes is too close to the White House to lead an independent investigation into Russian election meddling.
"28.03.2017 02:34:23" nytimes.com The King of Crash and Burn As the controlling party, you must move from the hissing audience to the sweltering spotlight. Charles M. Blow in The New York Times Opinion Section: "The failure of Republicans to come together behind their horrible plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act was a crushing blow to Trump's brand."
"28.03.2017 01:55:00" nytimes.com Medicaid Flexed Its Might in Health Bill Showdown Medicaid now covers more Americans than Medicare, and it played a major role in stopping the Republican drive to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Medicaid started out as a small program to cover poor people's medical bills. Now it covers 1 in 5 Americans.
"28.03.2017 01:25:00" nytimes.com For the Court, a Head Coach. And for the Head? A Life Coach. Teams like South Carolina say a role that is gaining sway in the sport has played an important part in their N.C.A.A. tournament runs. College basketball teams have coaches. And then they have life coaches.
"28.03.2017 00:55:19" nytimes.com Paul Ryan, Brought Down to Size His defeat on health care proved what many have known: His reputation as a big thinker was hollow. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "Paul Ryan swallowed Trump's insults and offenses, in the name of passing his agenda. After 7 years and 60 failed Republican efforts to 'repeal and replace' Obamacare, Ryan finally got his moment, and blew it."
"28.03.2017 00:25:00" nytimes.com Training Your Brain So That You Don't Need Reading Glasses A monthslong regimen can compensate for what eye muscles no longer can do. A new form of training may delay the inevitable age-related loss of close-range visual focus so that you won't need reading glasses.
"27.03.2017 23:55:02" nytimes.com At 91, Ella Brennan Still Feeds (and Leads) New Orleans A hard-driving businesswoman, “Hurricane Ella” has mentored generations of chefs, including Paul Prudhomme and Emeril Lagasse. Ella Brennan, the woman behind the success of Commander's Palace, is nicknamed is "Hurricane Ella" and still a force in New Orleans dining.
"27.03.2017 23:30:29" Collectible toys at Midtown Comics We're at Midtown Comics in Times Square to look at collectible toys by Kidrobot and Funko. We'll also talk about the unboxing phenomenon, a trend that showcases fans unwrapping new products all at once for an online audience. Brian Charles Rooney, an
"27.03.2017 23:27:34" nytimes.com How to Build on Obamacare But will Trump prefer to make America suffer? From Paul Krugman in The New York Times Opinion Section: "If Donald J. Trump were willing to face up to the reality that Obamacare is here to stay, there's a lot he could do to make it work better."
"27.03.2017 23:06:30" TimesTalks: Deepak Chopra We're at a The New York Times - TimesTalks with Deepak Chopra discussing how to stay emotionally, physically and spiritually centered during difficult times — a topic he covers in his new book, "You are the Universe." Comment with your questions, and
"27.03.2017 22:55:01" nytimes.com At Site of Deaths, Our Reporters Find Cost of U.S.-ISIS Battle Times reporters are in Mosul, Iraq, to assess reports that less time is being taken to weigh risks for civilians as the battle intensifies. Our reporters saw weary survivors trying to find bodies in the wreckage. Iraqi officials said the death toll could reach 200 killed or more, potentially making it one of the worst civilian tolls ever in a U.S. military strike in Iraq.
"27.03.2017 22:26:59" nytimes.com Gold Coin Worth $4.5 Million Is Stolen From Berlin Museum The police say thieves broke into the Bode Museum from a window over nearby railway tracks, and made off with the Canadian “Big Maple Leaf” coin, the world's largest. It's a 221-pound Canadian coin nicknamed the Big Maple Leaf. And it's gone.
"27.03.2017 22:05:13" nytimes.com What Can You Wear on a Plane? It Depends Who's Paying Lost in the fury directed at United Airlines over turning away two teenagers in leggings was the fact that most passes for airlines' employees come with a dress code. “I have seen adults who have holes in jeans miss big international flights because the gate agent said, 'Nope, you don't meet our standards,' which I thought was brutal.”
"27.03.2017 21:26:22" nytimes.com The All-Male Photo Op Isn't a Gaffe. It's a Strategy. Republicans know what those images look like and who they appeal to. From The New York Times Opinion Section: Republicans know what those images look like and who they appeal to.
"27.03.2017 20:55:46" nytimes.com Facing Gators and Detours, First of New York's New Ferries Voyages North The vessel belongs to a fleet built as part of the mayor's plan to start a citywide ferry service this summer. But first it has to get past Florida. The boat is headed for New York. It just has to get past Florida first.
"27.03.2017 20:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Miso-Ginger Dressing Recipe This classic Japanese dressing elevates a simple green salad into something restaurant-worthy We also like it spooned on top of a pile of sautéed spinach or drizzled over a piece of grilled fish. That dressing they serve at Japanese restaurants? You can make it at home.
"27.03.2017 20:25:00" nytimes.com Hitler's Little Helper: A History of Rampant Drug Use Under the Nazis Norman Ohler's “Blitzed” shows that the Nazis were drug-fueled, with methamphetamines for the public and opiates for The Fuhrer. A new book suggests that the Third Reich was, quite literally, an altered state.
"27.03.2017 20:24:01" The New York Times Styles We're at Slow Factory, a fashion-activism company in Brooklyn founded by Celine Semaan, to learn more about the company's new project, The Dignity Key Necklace, which will fund job training programs for refugees in Lebanon. The necklaces are inspired by The New York Times Styles is visiting Slow Factory, a fashion-activism company in Brooklyn.
"27.03.2017 20:08:12" nytimes.com Addiction Specialists Ponder a Potential Aid: Pot Some clinicians think marijuana may help ease the transition out of addiction, while critics say substituting one drug for another is no solution. What if marijuana, rather than being a gateway into drugs, could be a gateway out? A rehab clinic in California is testing the idea.
"27.03.2017 19:34:47" nytimes.com 'Fearless Girl' Statue to Stay in Financial District (for Now) Mayor Bill de Blasio said the bronze figure, which stares down the well-known “Charging Bull” statue, “is inspiring everyone at a moment we need inspiration.” The statue was supposed to be removed in April. But she'll continue staring down New York's Financial District until next year.
"27.03.2017 18:55:00" nytimes.com D.C. Police Posted Missing Teenagers' Data on Social Media. A City Took Note. When Washington, D.C., tried to draw attention to reports of missing teenagers, activists thought the campaign was because of a spike in abductions. The police tried to draw attention to reports of missing teenagers. Activists thought thought there had been a spike in abductions.
"27.03.2017 18:31:11" nytimes.com Raiders Leaving Oakland Again, This Time for Las Vegas The team is the third franchise to gain approval to change cities this year. But Raider Nation will probably not truly annex Sin City for a couple of years. The Oakland Raiders will move to Las Vegas, casting aside decades of fears that putting a team there might corrupt the NFL.
"27.03.2017 18:26:13" nytimes.com Devin Nunes Met Intelligence Source on White House Grounds The meeting was likely to intensify questions about what prompted the congressman to say that President Trump or others may have been “incidentally” wiretapped. He met with a source on the White House grounds who showed him secret American intelligence reports. The next day, he revealed that President Trump or his associates may have been "incidentally" monitored.
"27.03.2017 17:55:29" nytimes.com Lacking E.M.T.s, an Aging Maine Turns to Immigrants An unusual program in the state is training immigrants, some who were doctors in their home countries, to be emergency medical technicians. Maine is getting older, and it needs more EMTs. So a new program is training immigrants, some of whom already have medical backgrounds.
"27.03.2017 17:25:00" nytimes.com Colin Kaepernick Is Unemployed. Is It Because of His Arm, or His Knee? Is it merit? The national anthem protests? Other quarterbacks, perhaps lesser ones, have landed spots on N.F.L. rosters. Is Colin Kaepernick not qualified to play quarterback in the NFL anymore? Or is it something else?
"27.03.2017 17:10:18" Seaside Solace in an Ocean of Pain "I used to think only of fish when I came out here. Now, I see my daughters' faces in the water."
Juana and Miguel Rosa's daughters were murdered in 2015. This fish market in Peru is their workplace, but it's also where they come to heal. #Daily360
"27.03.2017 16:55:08" nytimes.com 'Candlelit Dinner' vs. 'Frozen-Food Aisle': Streetlights Put Romans in a Dark Mood For some, replacing the Italian capital's yellow sodium lamps with cheaper, more environmentally friendly, white LED bulbs is not modernization, but heresy. Streetlights, people: Are LED lamps taking the romance out of Rome's streets?
"27.03.2017 16:40:29" Trump to Russia Linked Ex-Advisors: Keep Your Distance The White House is going to great lengths to distance itself from former associates. Why? Russia.
The latest: http://nyti.ms/2nsJ2gS
"27.03.2017 16:25:56" nytimes.com Brands Try to Blacklist Breitbart, but Ads Slip Through Anyway Companies have difficulty controlling where their ads appear because of the largely automated nature of online advertising. Companies have moved to block Breitbart News from running their online ads. Several of them have appeared on the site anyway.
"27.03.2017 15:55:00" nytimes.com Democrats, Buoyed by G.O.P. Health Defeat, See No Need to Offer Hand The party, in its best position since its loss in the November election, is newly optimistic about picking up seats in 2018, hoping to ride a backlash against President Trump. After the health care bill was defeated, Democrats will not be lending a hand to President Donald J. Trump or Republicans anytime soon.
"27.03.2017 15:25:42" nytimes.com Who Killed the Iceman? Clues Emerge in a Very Cold Case Using a wealth of new scientific information, a seasoned homicide detective has developed a theory in a death 5,300 years ago. It took 5,300 years, but they finally figured out how the world's most perfectly preserved mummy died.
"27.03.2017 14:55:00" nytimes.com An Investor and a Trump Adviser: Icahn's Dual Roles Raise Flags The billionaire is advising on regulations, including pressing for a change in an E.P.A. rule that has cost an oil refinery he's invested in millions of dollars. He has been working behind the scenes to revamp an EPA rule. That rule has cost an oil refinery that he invested in about $200 million.
"27.03.2017 14:26:21" nytimes.com Those Pesky Airline Fees and How to Avoid Them $12 for a blanket, $35 for a carry-on bag, $200 to change a flight: Where does it stop? How to keep your flight costs closer to what you thought you were paying in the first place.
"27.03.2017 13:55:00" nytimes.com 'Why Do All the Jihadis Come to Birmingham?' Birmingham, Britain's second-largest city, with a large Muslim population, has become known as a recruiting ground. Britain's second-largest city has become known as a recruiting ground. Muslim residents resent the stigma but acknowledge the problem.
"27.03.2017 13:25:00" nytimes.com Dealt a Defeat, Republicans Set Their Sights on Major Tax Cuts Congressional Republicans face a challenge made more difficult by the collapse of their health care bill, and may have to scale back their grand plans. Without killing the Affordable Care Act, Republicans won't be able to rewrite the tax code in the way that President Trump has called for.
"27.03.2017 12:55:00" nytimes.com Drought and War Heighten Threat of Not Just 1 Famine, but 4 Six years after its last famine, another is about to tighten its grip on Somalia. South Sudan, Nigeria and Yemen are also at risk. For the first time since anyone can remember, there is a very real possibility of 4 famines breaking out at once.
"27.03.2017 12:01:13" nytimes.com Senate Committee to Question Jared Kushner Over Meetings With Russians The president's son-in-law faces questions about meetings he arranged with the Russian ambassador, including a sit-down with the head of Russia's state-owned development bank. Breaking News: Senate investigators will question Jared Kushner as part of a broad inquiry into ties between Trump associates and Russian officials
"27.03.2017 11:25:00" nytimes.com A Disobedient Woman Defying obstacles, and her husband, to pursue an education and a career. Defying obstacles, and her husband, to pursue an education and a career.
"27.03.2017 10:25:00" nytimes.com How to Be Mindful at the Gym Use your workout to cultivate mental strength, as well as physical. Exercising a little mindfulness can improve your workout.
"27.03.2017 09:25:00" nytimes.com More Grandparents Than Ever Since 2001 the number of grandparents has grown by 24 percent, partly as a result of the aging of the baby boom generation. Grandparents represent a bigger chunk of the population than ever before.
"27.03.2017 08:25:00" nytimes.com Climate Change May Be Intensifying China's Smog Crisis Changing weather patterns linked to rising global temperatures have resulted in a dearth of wind across northern China, exacerbating severe air pollution, studies say. Wind usually helps blow away smog, but changes in weather patterns have left many of China's cities suffocating.
"27.03.2017 07:25:00" nytimes.com Home Inspectors on Their Weirdest Discoveries When a home is sold, buyers bring in inspectors who sometimes get a window into the life of a the previous owner. Once a pool, now a lawn.
"27.03.2017 06:25:00" nytimes.com Oregon Shakespeare Festival Season Includes a Same-Sex 'Oklahoma!' Among the festival's 2018 offerings are a record five plays by women and a version of 'Oklahoma!' with same-sex couples in leading roles. The new Oregon Shakespeare Festival season features a record 5 plays by women and a same-sex "Oklahoma!" The series also offers deep explorations of Native American and African-American history.
"27.03.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com 'The Walking Dead' Season 7, Episode 15: Guns, Pills and Betrayals Sunday's episode raised some questions and addressed several outstanding ones from the past seven weeks. Who was that guy with the crossbow? Will the Oceanside colony join the fight? "The Walking Dead" offers some answers.
"27.03.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com Deep in the Amazon, a Remarkable Beach (and Ant-Eating) Experience Alter do Chão in Brazil is among the world's most alluring beach towns, even though it is far removed from the sea in a remote corner of the jungle. "Doesn't the world need a place where people can slow down, put their hand in the water and feel the river's flow?"
"27.03.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com Our Favorite Florists — on Instagram As their thousands of followers already know, these floral designers and farmers deliver beautiful blooms daily — to your Instagram feed. All you have to do is follow. Instagram is blooming.
"27.03.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com Finding the Joys of Jianbing Across New York The savory crepe with an omelet underbelly and a heart of fried dough was once elusive, but some chefs are trying to make it as essential as tacos and falafel. This savory crepe with an omelet underbelly and a heart of fried dough was once elusive. It's not anymore.
"27.03.2017 02:25:00" nytimes.com Carrie Lam Wins Vote to Become Hong Kong's Next Leader Mrs. Lam, Beijing's preferred candidate in the race, won 777 out of 1,163 votes cast. She defeated John Tsang, a former finance secretary who polls indicated was more popular with the public. Hong Kong chose a leader that Beijing also preferred. The election may worry some residents who see the Hong Kong's freedoms as being under threat from China.
"27.03.2017 01:55:00" nytimes.com Her Memory Fading, Paula Wolfert Fights Back With Food The pioneering cookbook author, who has Alzheimer's disease, no longer cooks much. But a special diet and persistence keep her as kinetic as ever. She introduced classic Mediterranean dishes to generations of cooks. She can't cook much anymore, but now, she is eating to save her mind.
"27.03.2017 00:50:00" nytimes.com Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern, Wildly Close The actresses, who star in HBO's “Big Little Lies,” developed a tight friendship after playing “sort-of awful people” and then mother and daughter. Reese Witherspoon: "Nobody makes me laugh harder than Laura. She can put me on the floor with a text message."
Laura Dern: "And always about the darkest things."
"27.03.2017 00:25:00" nytimes.com When Decorating Styles Clash For couples or roommates with different tastes, finding a happy compromise can be challenging. But it's not impossible. Creating your home, and preserving your relationship along the way.
"26.03.2017 23:55:00" nytimes.com How Do Kids See the World on a Family Trip? We gave 10 families a 360 video camera to show us a family trip through the eyes of a child. Their views varied widely and wildly. A family trip through the eyes of a child.
"26.03.2017 23:25:00" nytimes.com New Vaccine Could Slow Disease That Kills 600 Children a Day A lower-cost vaccine provides strong protection against rotavirus, a diarrheal disease, and could be particularly useful in poorer countries, researchers said. A new vaccine against a disease that kills about 600 children a day could protect millions of children.
"26.03.2017 22:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Spanish Tortilla Recipe The Spanish tortilla has nothing in common with the Mexican variety except its shape and its name One is just a bread The other can be an appetizer, a snack, or even a light meal Flip and enjoy. (via The New York Times Food)
"26.03.2017 22:25:00" nytimes.com Key Putin Opponent Arrested in Moscow During Anti-Corruption Protests Aleksei Navalny was arrested in Moscow in a protest that was among rallies in dozens of cities across Russia. The protests in Russia appeared to be the largest coordinated display of public dissatisfaction since anti-Kremlin demonstrations in 2011 and 2012.
"26.03.2017 21:55:00" nytimes.com Angela Merkel's Re-election Bid Is Buoyed by Widely Watched State Election Exit polls and partial results from Sunday's vote in tiny Saarland indicated that the German chancellor's Christian Democrats had won about 40 percent of the vote. The governor who secured the win is such a close ally of Angela Merkel that she is often called "the mini-Merkel."
"26.03.2017 21:40:00" nytimes.com After Barring Girls for Leggings, United Airlines Defends Decision Passengers were turned away by a gate agent at Denver International Airport on Sunday morning for their attire, setting off a social media tempest. A spokesman for United Airlines said the girls' leggings violated the company's dress code policy for "pass travelers," a company benefit that allows employees and their dependents to travel for free on a standby basis.
"26.03.2017 21:25:00" Timeline Photos Since President Rodrigo Duterte took office, thousands of people have been killed in Manila. Death, grief and fear fill the streets.
One photojournalist spends his nights recording the campaign. Watch his story: http://nyti.ms/2o0REcz
"26.03.2017 20:52:05" nytimes.com South Carolina Upends Florida to Reach Its First Final Four The Gamecocks, who until this month had not won an N.C.A.A. tournament game in 44 years, will now face Gonzaga, another newcomer to the Final Four. Did you have South Carolina in your Final Four? The Gamecocks beat Florida to earn their first trip to the NCAA semifinals.
"26.03.2017 20:25:00" cooking.nytimes.com Rigatoni With White Bolognese Recipe White Bolognese, a meat sauce made without tomato, is a variation you rarely see in America. This Bolognese doesn't take hours to make, but it's just as delicious.
"26.03.2017 19:55:00" nytimes.com Baseball Is Practically a Water Sport to the Mets' Granderson Hydration is a major part of the health and fitness regimen for Curtis Granderson, who faces the wear and tear of returning to center field at age 36. Water, water, everywhere,
It's for this Mets player to drink.
"26.03.2017 19:25:00" nytimes.com Lygia Pape's Brazil, From the Beach to the Barricades A retrospective of the artist's paintings, sculptures, constructions and films at the Met Breuer suggests what art should do in times of political havoc. What do you do when your government cracks, and dreams for the future die? Here's how one Brazilian artist responded.
"26.03.2017 18:55:00" nytimes.com Old Man on the Ducks: Dylan Ennis Takes the Long Way to the Final Four One of the oldest players in N.C.A.A tournament history helped Oregon advance to the national semifinals for the first time in 78 years. His teammates at University of Oregon call him the OG.
"26.03.2017 18:25:01" Andre' D. Wagner's street style photos aim to capture unguarded expressions of stylish, no-nonsense New Yorkers. He favors black and white over color because, he said, it “just has a harmony.”
Read more: http://nyti.ms/2nymtHU
"26.03.2017 17:55:00" nytimes.com Who Killed the Iceman? Clues Emerge in a Very Cold Case Using a wealth of new scientific information, a seasoned homicide detective has developed a theory in a death 5,300 years ago. "He's in better condition than recent homicide victims I've worked on who have been found out in the open," he said about Ötzi.
"26.03.2017 17:25:00" nytimes.com 'Never Has Politics Felt So Personal to Me' Our Top 10 Comments of the Week: Readers debate President Trump's health care bill, the deadly London attack and the relevance of John Mayer. Our top 10 comments of the week.
"26.03.2017 16:55:00" nytimes.com Justice Springs Eternal The presidency of Donald Trump doesn't spell the end of criminal justice reform. It may just be getting started. From The New York Times Opinion Section:
"Growing numbers of Republicans were acknowledging the moral and fiscal imperative of shrinking the prison state.
And then came President Trump, who caricatures black neighborhoods as killing fields in desperate
"26.03.2017 16:25:09" cooking.nytimes.com German Chocolate Cake Recipe German chocolate cake is an American classic, named after a chocolatier called Samuel German (as opposed to the European nation) Milder than devil's food cake, this chocolate cake has layers that are subtle and sweet, chocolatey but not excessively so Subtle, sweet, velvety. (via The New York Times Food)
"26.03.2017 16:10:07" Inside the Wooden Worlds of Prayer Beads For centuries, experts were mystified by Gothic boxwood miniatures — intricate scenes carved into walnut-size spheres in the 1400s and 1500s. Now, high-resolution scans bring their detail to life. Step inside the beads yourself in this 360° video.
"26.03.2017 15:55:13" nytimes.com Trump vs. Congress: Now What? After the president suffered his first defeat on Capitol Hill, can the White House still make good on its legislative promises? President Donald J. Trump spent his campaign railing against congressional Republicans. Now he's learning how much he needs them.
"26.03.2017 15:25:00" nytimes.com A Movie Date With My Younger Self How revisiting favorites from youth is also about revisiting — and embracing — the person you were then. What film did you used to love? And what do you think of it now?
"26.03.2017 15:00:46" When a President Says, 'I'll Kill You' We sent a film crew to the Philippines, where death, grief and fear fill the streets. Watch the full documentary: nytimes.com/philippines
"26.03.2017 14:55:00" nytimes.com Donald, This I Will Tell You Dear President Trump: Are we going to lose so much, we'll get tired of losing? From The New York Times Opinion Section:
"You, Donald, are getting a reputation as a sucker. And worse, a sucker who is a tool of the D.C. establishment."
"26.03.2017 14:40:17" nytimes.com What Racial Terms Make You Cringe? A shortlist of the Race/Related team's least favorite phrases. "Person of color." "Exotic." "Urban." What racial terms make you cringe? NYT journalists writing about race shared theirs.
"26.03.2017 14:30:52" nytimes.com Jeanine Pirro Calls for Paul Ryan to Step Down After Health Bill Failure The Fox News host, a longtime friend of President Trump, delivered a diatribe against the speaker on her show, saying he had let the president down. President Donald J. Trump tweeted that people should watch Judge Jeanine Pirro's show Saturday night.
She went on air and took aim at Paul Ryan.
"26.03.2017 13:55:00" nytimes.com John Mayer Has More to Say: The Outtakes The singer and guitarist on his controversial interviews, playing with Dead & Company and dancing in his coming music video. "As I autopsy that part of my life, it turns out that I was under the impression that I was a bigger star than I was."
"26.03.2017 13:25:25" nytimes.com When a President Says, 'I'll Kill You' On the streets of Manila, the body count rises daily as journalists document the crusade of President Rodrigo Duterte. Bodies on the streets. Sometimes 10 in a night. We sent a film crew to the Philippines, where death, grief and fear fill the streets.
"26.03.2017 12:55:00" nytimes.com Going Under the Knife, With Eyes and Ears Wide Open More people are rejecting general anesthesia for procedures, prompting doctors to narrate their steps as they deal with alert patients asking questions. Choosing to watch your own surgery is one more manifestation of the patient autonomy movement.
"26.03.2017 12:25:00" nytimes.com Even Penguins Have Children Who Won't Leave the Nest Even fully fledged chicks will hound their parents for food, researchers find. Galápagos penguin chicks have it good.
"26.03.2017 11:55:00" nytimes.com Patient Voices: Bipolar Disorder Riding the ups and downs of bipolar disorder can cause havoc for those with the condition and their loved ones. Here are firsthand accounts of living with bipolar disorder. Do you or does someone you know have bipolar disorder? Tell us about how you manage your condition in the comments.
"26.03.2017 11:25:00" nytimes.com A Children's Museum 'Surprise Blockbuster': A Show on Islam “America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far,” at the Children's Museum of Manhattan, is designed to educate young visitors and prevent bias. The exhibition showcases the history, art and traditions of Muslims, with the belief that education will beat back ignorance and hate every time.
"26.03.2017 09:25:00" nytimes.com A Secret Little Glass Home in the Heart of New York Deceptively unassuming, the architect Philip Johnson's Rockefeller Guest House is an unspoiled minimalist gem. Walk through the door, and Midtown falls away.
"26.03.2017 08:25:00" nytimes.com In the Land of Giants Communing with some of the biggest trees on Earth. When facing down some of the biggest trees on Earth, all you can do is look up and say "whoa."
"26.03.2017 06:25:00" nytimes.com 36 Hours in San Antonio Known for its 15-mile River Walk, the city offers a version of Texas that mixes traditional with innovative. Have you been to San Antonio? Tell us what we missed.
"26.03.2017 05:25:00" nytimes.com What Are the Best Snacks Before Bedtime? Experts often recommend fresh fruit, low-fat cottage cheese, plain yogurt or oatmeal as healthful late-night choices. Fingers crossed it's ice cream.
"26.03.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com U.K. Independence Party Loses Only Member of Parliament Douglas Carswell quit the anti-European Union party to become an independent, a move that could signal its end. The short and happy life of the United Kingdom Independence Party, or UKIP, may be coming to a close.
"26.03.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com The Guilty Secret of Distracted Parenting Taking care of small children can get tedious. I wouldn't have made it through without a certain amount of distraction. "We don't always like to admit it, but taking care of small children is often quite tedious. When my 3 children were small, I wouldn't have made it through without a certain amount of distraction."
"26.03.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com North Korea's Rising Ambition Seen in Bid to Breach Global Banks An attack late last year targeting more than 20 Polish banks suggests that hackers linked to North Korea are becoming more sophisticated and brazen. North Korea, a country that is cut off from much of the global economy, is increasingly trying to use its cyberattack abilities to bring in cash.
"26.03.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com Greta Garbo's East Side Co-op Goes on the Market The seven-room residence where the elusive actress liked to be left alone is for sale. Step inside the elusive star's former home.
"26.03.2017 02:55:00" nytimes.com The Perverse Thrill of Chaotic Times Trumpian turmoil inflames passions across the political spectrum and makes many feel as though they are part of something bigger than themselves. "We've come to equate drama and crisis with history."
"26.03.2017 02:25:00" nytimes.com Two Female Playwrights Arrive on Broadway. What Took So Long? Lynn Nottage and Paula Vogel, both Pulitzer winners, will finally make their Broadway debuts this spring. What does that say about the plight of women writing for the stage? These Pulitzer Prize winners are 2 pre-eminent playwrights. But they're just now making their Broadway debuts. What does this say about the plight of women writing for the stage?
"26.03.2017 01:55:00" nytimes.com Greg Bird's Bat Has Powers. His Cat Has Dr. Evil. The Yankees first baseman owns a hairless cat who descends directly from Mr. Bigglesworth, the feline friend of Dr. Evil in the movie “Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery.” "He's fourth-generation from Mr. Bigglesworth, whose real name is Ted Nude-Gent."
"26.03.2017 01:25:00" nytimes.com Watch Doug Aitken's Mirrored Ranch House Transform Over Time The artist has created an entirely reflective structure just outside of Palm Springs. It's like looking at a life-size kaleidoscope that blends landscape and sky.
"26.03.2017 00:55:00" nytimes.com The Jihadi Who Turned to Jesus Four years ago, Bashir Mohammad fought for an Al Qaeda offshoot in Syria. Today, he hosts Christian prayer meetings in his apartment in Turkey. He lives in a majority-Muslim country, has little interest in seeking asylum in the West and treads an unlikely path followed by few former jihadis.
"26.03.2017 00:25:00" nytimes.com Why Does Mount Rushmore Exist? This gargantuan shrine to democracy has never felt so surreal. "Well, there was Mount Rushmore. That was really the biggest thing you could say about it: There it was."
"26.03.2017 00:00:00" Photos from The New York Times's post A year after Canada embraced Syrian refugees like no other country, a reckoning is underway.
Photos: Damon Winter/The New York Times
Read more: http://nyti.ms/2o49zzm
"25.03.2017 23:55:00" nytimes.com Uber Suspends Tests of Self-Driving Vehicles After Arizona Crash The Uber vehicle was not at fault, the police said. But the accident comes at a difficult time for the company. The collision caused Uber's vehicle to roll over onto its side.
"25.03.2017 23:25:00" nytimes.com Why Trump's N.I.H. Cuts Should Worry Us The president's stance on science funding could have serious consequences. From The New York Times Opinion Section: Donald J. Trump's proposed cuts "would erode America's leadership in medical research; and it would diminish opportunities to discover new ways to prevent and treat diseases." — Harold Varmus, a professor at Weill
"25.03.2017 22:55:00" nytimes.com Shoes, Shirts, You Name It, College Basketball Players Get It. Free. Sponsorship deals flood college athletes with so much gear they have to give it away. What's coveted most? It's got to be the shoes. In the brands' view, the more clothing and shoes they hand out, the more likely it is that a player will wear their logo.
"25.03.2017 22:25:00" cooking.nytimes.com Lemon Gelato Recipe A proper Italian gelato di crema is sort of like vanilla ice cream, only in place of vanilla, you infuse the milk with a modest grating or shaving of lemon zest This doesn't turn it into lemon ice cream, itself a cool dollop of heaven What happens, A cool dollop of heaven. (via The New York Times Food)
"25.03.2017 21:55:00" nytimes.com Alex Jones Apologizes for Promoting 'Pizzagate' Hoax Mr. Jones, a well-known conspiracy theorist, acknowledged that neither a Washington pizzeria nor its owner had been involved in human trafficking. He has also contended that the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks were inside jobs and that the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School was a hoax.
"25.03.2017 21:45:29" Republicans Withdraw Their Health Bill "We couldn't quite get there," President Donald J. Trump said about the Republicans' replacement health bill.
Here's a look at why it played out that way.
Watch more: http://nyti.ms/2nUJbe7
"25.03.2017 21:40:00" Neighbors of Khalid Masood, the London attacker, were left stunned by the news that he had lived alongside them in Birmingham, north England, after police officers raided his former home.
Read more: http://nyti.ms/2ninPUW
"25.03.2017 21:25:00" nytimes.com Break Up the Liberal City Our most successful cities are conspiracies against the public good. From The New York Times Opinion Section:
If big cities "are diverse in certain ways they are segregated in others, from 'whiteopias' like Portland to balkanized cities like D.C. or Chicago."
"25.03.2017 21:10:00" Animals in the Artist's Studio Artist Kendra Haste was commissioned to create sculptures of wild animals that once lived in the Royal Menagerie. Get a 360° view of her studio and the installation at the Tower of London.
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"25.03.2017 20:55:00" nytimes.com Health Bill's Failure Leaves Supporters in a Political Jam Back Home In running for re-election next year, some Republican lawmakers may have to defend their support for a politically explosive bill that many backed only reluctantly. Some Republicans backed the health bill even though their constituents hated it.
Now that it has failed, they have nothing to show for their effort.
"25.03.2017 20:25:00" nytimes.com Renegotiate Nafta? Mexicans Say Get On With It Uncertainty over the trade deal is hitting the country hard, pinching off foreign investment and lowering growth expectations. Mexico, and its investors, need certainty.
"25.03.2017 19:25:00" nytimes.com Indonesians' Taste for Dog Meat Is Growing, Even as Others Shun It Rising income has led to reduced dog consumption in some countries, but in places like Indonesia, it has made the meat newly affordable — and popular. "The taste is good, and it's served fresh here. It keeps the body warm and the blood flowing."
"25.03.2017 18:55:00" nytimes.com Trump's Choice on Obamacare: Sabotage or Co-opt? President Trump and congressional Republicans must decide quickly whether to make the law work or try to undermine it. Now that an attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act has failed, how will President Donald J. Trump proceed?
"25.03.2017 18:25:00" nytimes.com Alone in the Wild for a Year, TV Contestants Learn Their Show Was Canceled Entrants in the reality television series “Eden” emerged from the Scottish wilderness, only to learn the show stopped broadcasting last summer. "Eden" proved to be anything but paradise.
"25.03.2017 18:10:00" nytimes.com Amazon's Ambitions Unboxed: Stores for Furniture, Appliances and More The online retailing giant is trying to bring its own formula to traditional retailing. If it is successful, it could change how all stores operate. For years, retailers have been haunted by the thought of Amazon using its technological prowess to squeeze them into powder.
Now the fight is coming directly to them on actual streets around the world.
"25.03.2017 17:55:00" nytimes.com Trump's Biggest Obstacle to Policy Goals? His Own Missteps A litany of stumbles and controversies have dented the president's “I alone can fix it” vow to remake government with businesslike efficiency. The controversies, resignations and investigations that surround President Donald J. Trump have dented his "I alone can fix it" attitude.
"25.03.2017 17:25:00" nytimes.com Paul Ryan Emerges From Health Care Defeat Badly Damaged He is now tasked with defending not just his leadership abilities but his very brand of conservatism in a party fitfully searching for a coherent policy identity. After the health bill's humiliating defeat, Paul Ryan is left to confront the realities of his failure.
"25.03.2017 16:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Becomes Ensnared in Fiery G.O.P. Civil War The health bill's defeat leaves the president facing a wrenching choice: ceding power to his party's anti-establishment wing, or seeking other pathways to successful governing. President Donald J. Trump believes that Washington's usual rules don't apply to him. Now finds himself shackled by them.
"25.03.2017 16:53:40" Berlin Villa for Refugees We're in Berlin, Germany, where a grassroots organization is turning an old villa into a meeting space for refugees and their neighbors. Germany took in nearly 1 million refugees in 2015, and this villa is one of many initiatives to help them settle in.
"25.03.2017 16:25:05" nytimes.com Not Leadership Material? Good. The World Needs Followers. The glorification of leadership skills, especially in college admissions, has emptied leadership of its meaning. From The New York Times Opinion Section:
"A well-functioning student body — not to mention polity — also needs followers. It needs team players."
"25.03.2017 15:55:16" nytimes.com Ariel Levy Has Written a Thoroughly Modern Memoir In “The Rules Do Not Apply,” a writer for The New Yorker interrogates the hoary conceit of “having it all” after a harrowing miscarriage and divorce. "I got to have all these choices, and the rules did not apply. So it was a very shocking experience to find myself, childless and alone at 38. I felt like a complete failure, on the deepest level."
"25.03.2017 15:25:00" nytimes.com I Loved My Grandmother. But She Was a Nazi. Understanding how she got swept up in evil has been a lifelong question for me. From The New York Times Opinion Section:
"Understanding why and how this woman I knew and loved was swept up in a movement that became synonymous with evil has been, for me, a lifelong question."
"25.03.2017 14:55:00" nytimes.com One Nation, Under Fox: 18 Hours With a Network That Shapes America Fox News is a singular force, crafting a searing narrative about what's happening in the world for millions of viewers, including President Trump. How did Fox News' coverage of the health care debate, the terrorist attack in London and the Russian investigation vary from its rivals?
Our reporters watched from 6 a.m. until midnight on Thursday to find out.
"25.03.2017 14:25:09" Live from Beirut: The Great Departed We're at Metro Al Madina in Beirut with the Lebanese band الراحل الكبير The Great Departed, who are playing some songs and talking about their music. Comment with your questions for the band, and NYT journalist Ben Hubbard will ask some.
"25.03.2017 14:25:00" nytimes.com The Health Care Bill Has Failed. Let the Finger Pointing Begin. The blame game is a time-honored Washington tradition. A look at who's blaming whom for the failure of the House bill, in public and in private. President Donald J. Trump immediately blamed Democrats for the bill's failure — even though Republicans control both the House and the Senate.
"25.03.2017 14:01:22" nytimes.com They Adopted Refugee Families for 12 Months. Then Came 'Month 13.' Everyday Canadians spent a year embracing Syrians in the world's most personal resettlement program. Letting them go might be the biggest test yet. Canadians welcomed Syrian refugees into their lives. Letting go might be harder.
"25.03.2017 13:55:00" nytimes.com President James K. Polk's Body May Be Moved. Again. James K. Polk's body has been buried in three places. Lawmakers are now considering moving it again, to the site of a Polk family home and museum in Columbia, Tenn. He has already been buried in 3 places. Now they're considering moving him to a fourth.
"25.03.2017 13:25:00" nytimes.com Now on Twitter: Chelsea Clinton, Unbound Is her confrontational tweeting about the Trump administration a sign of the new Chelsea Clinton or a public unveiling of the one who existed all along? Chelsea Clinton, on Twitter, has:
-Accused a Trump adviser of spreading misinformation
-Admonished a Republican congressman for racist comments
-Pushed the president to speak out against religiously motivated attacks
"25.03.2017 12:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Moroccan Chicken Smothered In Olives Recipe Chicken, that old weeknight standby, can get pretty boring day after day This dish, adapted from "Mediterranean Cooking" by Paula Wolfert, is almost as easy as a few pan-fried chicken breasts, but it's flavors – ginger, turmeric, cumin, Spanish sweet You're going to fall in love with this dish. (via The New York Times Food)
"25.03.2017 12:25:00" nytimes.com Why Kids Shouldn't Sit Still in Class Movement stimulates the brain and may help students become better learners. "Movement activates all the brain cells kids are using to learn, it wakes up the brain."
"25.03.2017 11:55:00" nytimes.com For the Court, a Head Coach. And for the Head? A Life Coach. Teams like South Carolina say a role that is gaining sway in the sport has played an important part in their N.C.A.A. tournament runs. College basketball teams have coaches. And then they have life coaches.
"25.03.2017 11:25:00" nytimes.com Arctic's Winter Sea Ice Drops to Its Lowest Recorded Level Much of the ice also appears to be thinner than normal — further signs of climate change's effects on the region. After a season that saw temperatures soar at the North Pole, the Arctic has less sea ice at winter's end than ever before.
"25.03.2017 10:55:00" nytimes.com In an Era of Fake News, Teaching Students to Parse Fact From Fiction Even before the 2016 presidential campaign put fake news front and center, a Brooklyn middle school saw a need for news literacy. One class of sixth graders take their seats in a classroom with a “news literacy word wall.”
"25.03.2017 10:25:00" nytimes.com Things I Wish I Had Known When My Dog Died The author lost her pet, which she described as the “metronome” to her life, in January. She has learned a lot about the grieving process. The pain ultimately eases, almost without you noticing it. But it still slaps back.
Have you or your family ever had to cope with the loss of a pet? How did you handle that moment?
"25.03.2017 09:55:00" nytimes.com Fact Check: Trump's Misleading Claims on the Health Bill Failure The president exaggerated the issues facing the existing health law, blaming Democrats for impeding its repeal and playing down his commitment. We fact-checked Donald J. Trump's claims.
"25.03.2017 09:25:00" nytimes.com Here's How She Planned Her Wedding in a Week She spent about $4,500 and 26 hours on the prep. Who said it had to be perfect? (But it was.) She planned her wedding in 5 days. You could, too.
"25.03.2017 08:55:00" nytimes.com The Jihadi Who Turned to Jesus The conversion of Muslim refugees to Christianity is not a new phenomenon. But Bashir Mohammad's particular experience doesn't fit into the usual narrative. Less than 4 years ago, he fought for an Al Qaeda-offshoot in Syria. These days, he hosts Christian prayer meetings in his apartment in Turkey.
"25.03.2017 08:25:00" nytimes.com A New Film Series Will Show Movies From Countries Affected by the Travel Ban A coalition of movie theaters have organized screenings, to be shown in May, featuring films from countries named in President Trump's travel ban. "We believe it is crucial to build a tradition of sharing more stories, voices and faces on our screens."
"25.03.2017 07:55:00" nytimes.com Letters: Enraged by Donald Trump Jr.'s Tweet A Briton says Donald Trump Jr.'s critical tweet about London's mayor shows why America is now the “pariah of the Western world.” From The New York Times Opinion Section: "I am a Brit who is incandescent with rage after reading about Donald Trump Jr.'s tweet in response to the recent terror attack."
"25.03.2017 06:55:00" nytimes.com London Pride, Undaunted In their quiet, stoical way, citizens defied terror by simply going about city life as normal. Keep calm and carry on. (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"25.03.2017 06:25:00" nytimes.com No Nighttime, No Rules: Summertime Above the Arctic Circle A family heads to the fjords of Norway and sees their sons' transformation “into a special breed of excitable baby werewolf.” "The pervasive feeling I had during our 2 weeks in Norway was the sense that someone had forgotten to turn off the sky."
"25.03.2017 05:55:00" Photos from The New York Times's post Children dressed up as pandas to celebrate Bao Bao's first public appearance since she moved from Washington to China.
Meanwhile, Bao Bao calmly strolled about her playground and munched on bamboo.
photos: Gilles Sabrié for The New York Times
"25.03.2017 05:25:00" nytimes.com How Did I Celebrate Becoming American? Protesting Trump I recently swore to defend the United States against all enemies. I meant it. From The New York Times Opinion Section: Taking his oath of citizenship, he swore to defend the U.S. against all enemies. He meant it.
"25.03.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com Former Penn State President Guilty in Sandusky Abuse Case A jury convicted Graham Spanier of child endangerment and acquitted him on two other counts related to the Jerry Sandusky child-molesting scandal. A jury convicted Penn State's former president of child endangerment and acquitted him on 2 other counts related to the Jerry Sandusky child-molesting scandal.
"25.03.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com A Wheelchair on Broadway Isn't Exploitation. It's Progress. Some people are calling Sam Gold's “The Glass Menagerie” manipulative. I call it vital theater. Some people are calling Sam Gold's “The Glass Menagerie” play manipulative. Our critic calls it vital theater.
"25.03.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com Who Stopped the Republican Health Bill? A closer look at members who were against the proposed law. These 33 Republicans came from opposite ends of the ideological spectrum.
"25.03.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com Republicans Land a Punch on Health Care, to Their Own Face The big question for Republicans now is whether the Freedom Caucus, the party's masters of destruction, will find themselves newly emboldened. The Freedom Caucus — most from heavily Republican districts — has often landed a punch to its own party's face.
"25.03.2017 02:55:00" nytimes.com In Dropping Health Vote, Trump Swallowed Need for a Showdown The demise of the bill played out in a tense 24 hours that White House and congressional officials said proved a political education for President Trump and his top advisers. Donald J. Trump had one reaction to Republicans who refused to back the health care bill: He wanted revenge. Paul Ryan pleaded with him to reconsider.
"25.03.2017 02:25:00" nytimes.com Trump's Triumph of Incompetence He has crafted an administration in his own image: vain, narcissistic and dangerous. From Nicholas Kristof in The New York Times Opinion Section: "The Trump administration is increasingly showing itself to be breathtakingly incompetent, and that's the real lesson of the collapse of the GOP health care bill."
"25.03.2017 01:55:14" President Trump spoke from the Oval Office after Republicans pulled the House bill that was intended to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. http://nyti.ms/2oezqnb
"25.03.2017 01:25:00" cooking.nytimes.com Baked Greek Shrimp With Tomatoes and Feta Recipe This traditional Greek recipe disregards the notion that seafood and cheese don't mix, and it works beautifully, resulting in a harmonious balance of flavors Though it can be made year round with canned tomatoes, it is sensational with fresh sweet ripe For that crowd you've been meaning to please.
"25.03.2017 00:55:22" nytimes.com How the Health Care Vote Fell Apart, Step by Step The president's first high-profile legislative effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act suffered a major defeat. How did it happen? We break it down for you.
"25.03.2017 00:25:00" nytimes.com Is the Affordable Care Act Really Failing? We Examined It The law has changed the health care landscape in ways large and small. Let's take a survey. As Paul Ryan acknowledged, the Affordable Care Act is still “the law of the land.” So, did it work?
"24.03.2017 23:59:08" nytimes.com Trump and Ryan Lose Big The Republican answer to Obamacare? A legislative trainwreck. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "The ball was in their hands, and they had no coherent playbook. No real play. They scurried around the Capitol with their chests deflated and their tails between their legs."
"24.03.2017 23:25:43" nytimes.com In a Call to The Times, Trump Blames Democrats for the Failure of the Health Bill The president, insisting that the Affordable Care Act will collapse in the next year, also tried to minimize the deep divisions within his own party that prevented passage of the bill. “Look, we got no Democratic votes. We got none, zero,” President Trump said as he attempted to put the best possible face on a major defeat.
"24.03.2017 22:55:00" nytimes.com Why Did Rick Perry Wade Into Texas A&M Election? He's a Loyal Aggie In an op-ed, he claimed the election for student body president was rigged to favor an openly gay candidate. Cabinet secretaries don't generally weigh in on student government elections. But Rick Perry's no ordinary cabinet secretary, and Texas A&M is no ordinary university.
"24.03.2017 22:36:18" nytimes.com California Upholds Emissions Standards, Setting Up Face-Off With Trump The backing of rules adopted in the Obama administration is one of the most direct moves so far to blunt President Trump's effort to roll back regulations. California will push ahead with stricter auto emissions standards, essentially daring President Trump or the EPA to stop them.
"24.03.2017 22:11:08" nytimes.com U.S. Investigating Mosul Strikes Said to Have Killed Up to 200 Civilians American military officials insisted that the rules of engagement had not changed in Iraq, despite a recent surge in reports of civilian deaths. Breaking News: Up to 200 civilians were reported killed by recent American airstrikes in Mosul, Iraq. The military says it's investigating.
"24.03.2017 21:55:00" Paul Ryan: "This is a setback, no two ways about it" Paul Ryan: "This is a setback, no two ways about it. Obamacare is the law of the land."
Republicans decided to pull the bill repealing the Affordable Care Act in a blow to President Donald J. Trump.
"24.03.2017 21:28:30" UPDATE: President Trump and his aides pressed for a health vote so they could shame Republicans who opposed it. Paul Ryan talked them down.
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"24.03.2017 20:52:01" Timeline Photos President Trump blamed Democrats after the health care bill was pulled and predicted that they would seek a deal after “Obamacare explodes” because of high premiums.
Read the latest developments: http://nyti.ms/2oezqnb
"24.03.2017 20:25:00" nytimes.com North Carolina School System Pulls Book About a Boy in a Dress The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools system dropped plans to use “Jacob's New Dress” in a first-grade lesson about bullying after complaints were raised. A school dropped plans to use "Jacob's New Dress" in a lesson about bullying after a conservative group complained.
"24.03.2017 20:07:09" UPDATE: Moments after the health bill was pulled, President Trump told The Times that he blamed Democrats, not Paul Ryan, for its failure.
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"24.03.2017 20:02:32" nytimes.com Live Chat: Health Care Vote in Congress Join Times reporters for coverage and analysis of the vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act. House Republican leaders have pulled their health care bill from consideration. Join Times reporters for a real-time discussion and analysis.
"24.03.2017 19:55:00" A Sikh Woman's Subway Ride A man on the NYC subway yelled at Rajpreet Heir to go back to Lebanon. "Funnily enough, I was born 30 miles from Lebanon. Lebanon, Indiana." Rajpreet recounts the incident in this 360° video. #Daily360
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"24.03.2017 19:43:56" nytimes.com Trump Blames Democrats as Major Push to Repeal Health Law Fails House Republican leaders withdrew legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act from the House floor before it could be defeated, a huge loss for President Trump. Breaking News: President Donald J. Trump suffered a major setback in the bid to repeal Obamacare: House Republicans, facing internal revolt, pulled their bill.
"24.03.2017 18:55:11" nytimes.com John Mayer Has More to Say: The Outtakes The singer and guitarist on his controversial interviews, playing with Dead & Company and dancing in his coming music video. John Mayer: "It turns out that I was under the impression that I was a bigger star than I was."
"24.03.2017 18:33:22" nytimes.com The G.O.P.'s Existential Crisis Whatever happens on health care, the party is headed for a showdown with itself. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "One way or another, the party is headed for a showdown with itself."
"24.03.2017 17:55:00" lens.blogs.nytimes.com The Week in Pictures: March 24, 2017 Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world. This week's must-see photographs.
"24.03.2017 17:31:51" Chicago health care outreach to drug users We're at an outreach site that provides clean needles and Hepatitis C testing to drug users in Chicago. Clif Sanchez manages the site through the Chicago Recovery Alliance. Like many professionals working in the non-profit sector, Clif does not have
"24.03.2017 17:29:30" Live Performance: Raul Midon Singer-songwriter Raul Midón is here to teach you some of his secrets to playing guitar. Comment with questions about his technique, and NYT reporter Emma Orme NYT will ask some.
"24.03.2017 17:25:12" nytimes.com The State of Your Block, 2017 A crowdsourced portrait of New York City at its noisy, gentrified, garbage-strewn best. NYC is made up of 66,000 blocks, every one unique. Readers showed us the best and worst.
"24.03.2017 17:06:36" nytimes.com Paul Ryan Rushes to White House to Tell Trump Votes Are Lacking to Repeal Obamacare The Republican legislation, called the American Health Care Act, would, in a rare step, roll back a major social welfare program — with a vote planned for Friday afternoon. Breaking News: Paul Ryan went to the White House to tell President Donald J. Trump that he didn't have the votes to to pass the Republican health care bill.
"24.03.2017 16:55:44" nytimes.com Paul Manafort to Testify Before House Intelligence Panel Mr. Manafort, who served as President Trump's campaign manager, offered to speak to the committee looking into Russian interference in the election. Paul Manafort, who served as President Trump's campaign manager and is under fire for his ties to Russia, volunteered to appear.
"24.03.2017 16:32:54" nytimes.com College Is the Goal. The Problem? Getting There. For working-class students like Nate, Zac and TaTy, the road to college is unfamiliar and rocky, and even imagining oneself on campus can be an obstacle. For many working-class students, there is no money for test prep or essay help. And many of don't know how to manage the increasingly complex college applications process.
"24.03.2017 16:16:09" Join us for a conversation from Istanbul about next month's referendum on whether to expand President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's powers. Patrick Kingsley, an international correspondent for The Times, talked to 2 students about Turkey's political future and
"24.03.2017 15:58:28" nytimes.com The Parts of the Affordable Care Act That the Republican Bill Will Keep or Discard A comparison of the bill and its amendments with key components of the Affordable Care Act. Here's how the latest version of the Republican health care bill compares with the Affordable Care Act.
"24.03.2017 15:47:06" Trailer: When a President Says, 'I'll Kill You' We sent a film crew to the Philippines, where death, grief and fear fill the streets. Watch: "When a President Says, 'I'll Kill You.'" A New York Times original documentary, coming Sunday, March 26th.
"24.03.2017 15:33:51" The New York Times's cover photo The eastern Sierras near Mammoth Lakes, California. The snowpack is deeper on the mountains than it has been in many years.
The Week in Pictures: http://nyti.ms/2nZutQ0
Photo: Jim Wilson/The New York Times
"24.03.2017 15:27:19" nytimes.com The Scammers, the Scammed and America's Fate On politicians who aren't real leaders, but play leaders on TV. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "Enter Paul Ryan, who isn't actually a serious, honest policy expert, but plays one on TV."
"24.03.2017 15:15:35" Nicholas Kristof So much news! Chatting about the Russia Connection--is there a whiff of treason?--and the health care mess. Grill me! From The New York Times Opinion Section : Nicholas Kristof is discussing President Trump's possible ties with Russia and some questions that still need answers. Send in your questions in the comments, and Nicholas will answer some.
"24.03.2017 14:56:01" nytimes.com How to Log Off of Facebook Forever, With All Its Perks and Pitfalls Closing your social media accounts can help protect your privacy, but it can also mean cutting yourself off from friends, family and opportunity. In case you've considered it.
"24.03.2017 14:27:55" nytimes.com Paul Ryan Rushes to White House to Tell Trump Votes Are Lacking to Repeal Obamacare The Republican legislation, called the American Health Care Act, would, in a rare step, roll back a major social welfare program — with a vote planned for Friday afternoon. UPDATE: Paul Ryan went to the White House to tell President Trump that he does not have the votes to pass the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
"24.03.2017 13:55:00" nytimes.com The Trump Elite. Like the Old Elite, but Worse! Republicans behind a health care bill found a new way to ignore regular people. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "Donald J. Trump vowed to drain the swamp, but this bill is pure swamp."
"24.03.2017 13:40:42" nytimes.com Live in Istanbul: Debating Turkey's Political Future Patrick Kingsley, an international correspondent for The Times based in Turkey, is in Istanbul talking with Mert Nacakgedigi and Dilara Arslan, two friends from Bogazici University, about the referendum next month to expand the powers of President Recep We're live from Taksim Square in Istanbul where we're discussing next month's referendum on whether to expand President Erdogan's powers. Click to leave your questions.
"24.03.2017 13:40:00" nytimes.com Bao Bao, an American-Born Panda, Steps Out in China Culture shock is fading, say the handlers of Bao Bao, the panda from the National Zoo in Washington, as she settles into the land of her ancestors. Bao Bao has had to learn Mandarin with a Sichuan accent and get used to steamed cornbread buns, in place of the biscuits she was used to in the U.S.
"24.03.2017 13:25:00" nytimes.com C.I.A. Developed Tools to Spy on Mac Computers, WikiLeaks Disclosure Shows Leaked details about the spy agency's cyberweapons programs suggest the agency had developed spy tools for older Mac software, and had worked on a newer version last year. The spy software It would act as a "listening post," broadcasting the user's activities to the CIA whenever the machine was connected to the internet.
"24.03.2017 12:55:00" nytimes.com One Rationale for Voter ID Debunked, G.O.P. Has Another After failing to find widespread voter fraud, Republican state lawmakers are calling for tighter restrictions on voting based on perception of tainted ballots. After failing to find widespread voter fraud, Republicans are now saying the "perception" of voter fraud is a reason for voter ID laws.
"24.03.2017 12:25:00" nytimes.com Trump Hotel in Washington Does Not Violate Lease, U.S. Says Critics had questioned whether the president was violating a lease provision because his hotel was in a federal building, but the G.S.A. said no. The Trump Organization scored a major victory on Thursday.
"24.03.2017 12:14:02" nytimes.com U.S., in Reversal, Issues Permit for Keystone Oil Pipeline The decision by the Trump administration revives a contentious project, opposed by environmentalists, to transport oil from Canada to the Gulf Coast. Breaking News: The Donald J. Trump administration said it would issue a permit for construction of the long-disputed Keystone oil pipeline.
"24.03.2017 12:10:00" nytimes.com Even if Health Bill Passes the House, It Still Has a Way to Go House and Senate Republicans agree to use a procedure called reconciliation that would let them gut parts of the Affordable Care Act without the threat of a Democratic filibuster in the Senate. Lawmakers will have to clear several hurdles before it's ready for President Donald J. Trump's signature.
"24.03.2017 11:59:00" nytimes.com Following the Russian Money The Foreign Agents Registration Act might prove a potent tool in the F.B.I. investigation into whether Trump advisers colluded with Russia. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "We now know that President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia attacked American democracy by meddling in the 2016 election. Did he enlist American mercenaries?"
"24.03.2017 11:45:45" nytimes.com 'The Daily': So Much for That Vote, for Now The rogue side deal on health care that pushed the bill to the right and delayed what was supposed to be a historic day for Republicans. It was supposed to be a historic day for Republicans.
"24.03.2017 11:16:00" nytimes.com London Police Make 'Significant' Arrests in Attack Inquiry Officials said that Khalid Masood, who carried out the assault outside Parliament, was born Adrian Russell Ajao in Kent, in southeastern England. The London attacker, born Adrian Russell Ajao, was 52 years old, married, and known to his neighbors as a quiet man who often mowed the lawn.
"24.03.2017 10:55:00" nytimes.com 'Defiant' in the Face of Terrorism: Londoners After the Attack Residents of the city expressed a resolute stoicism, as the regular rhythm of life persisted. "I think normal life takes over. You can't live like that. You might have fear but you can't stop doing things."
"24.03.2017 10:41:19" nytimes.com Hosni Mubarak Is Freed, Crushing Egyptians' Fading Hopes of Justice The former president's release six years after he was toppled during the Arab Spring capped a largely fruitless effort to hold him accountable for rights abuses and corruption. Breaking News: Hosni Mubarak, the former Egyptian president who was ousted in 2011, is free after a long effort to hold him accountable for rights abuses.
"24.03.2017 09:55:00" nytimes.com A Russian Critic of Putin Is Assassinated in Ukraine Denis N. Voronenkov, a former Russian lawmaker who fled to Kiev last year, said in a recent interview that he knew he was an assassination target. "This was the demonstrative murder of a witness, common for the Kremlin," Ukraine's prosecutor general said.
"24.03.2017 09:36:34" Bao Bao debut in China We're live with Bao Bao, the American-born panda, who's making her debut at China's national panda center in Chengdu. The 205-pound panda is on display in her new home, after spending more than 3 years at Washington's National Zoo. Leave your questions in
"24.03.2017 09:25:00" nytimes.com A Space Odyssey: Making Art Up There The artist Eduardo Kac and Thomas Pesquet, a Frenchman on the International Space Station, have created art in space. It might look a bit silly on Earth. But floating weightless in space, this work of art looks fragile, even magical.
"24.03.2017 08:55:00" nytimes.com Fátima Siblings Near Sainthood as Pope Francis Approves Miracle The approval of the miracle was the final step needed before the siblings, Jacinta and Francisco Marto, could be made saints. Pope Francis officially recognized a miracle linked to a young brother and sister who said, 100 years ago, that the Virgin Mary appeared to them in Portugal.
"24.03.2017 08:25:00" nytimes.com What a Le Pen Win Would Look Like The National Front leader is a serious contender for the French presidency. That could spell the end for the European Union. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "Most French voters remain in favor of union membership and the euro. But given her program, the very election of Marine Le Pen would change the game."
"24.03.2017 07:55:00" nytimes.com Social Media Sleuths Fail Again: The London Attacker Who Wasn't On the dark side of digital platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Wikipedia, individuals' misconceptions and outright falsehoods can overrun basic facts. Hours after the terrorist attack in London, people on social media thought they had identified the assailant.
"24.03.2017 07:25:00" nytimes.com China Bets on Sensitive U.S. Start-Ups, Worrying the Pentagon The start-ups include companies that make rocket engines for spacecraft, sensors for autonomous navy ships, and printers that make flexible screens that could be used in fighter-plane cockpits. Beijing is pushing Chinese firms to invest in U.S. start-ups specializing in technology with potential military applications, a new report says.
"24.03.2017 06:55:00" nytimes.com YouTube Advertiser Exodus Highlights Perils of Online Ads A web giant promises to tighten its safeguards to avoid pairing ads with offensive content, but advertisers are not convinced. YouTube's advertising system has too often resulted in ads appearing next to offensive material. And that has brands concerned.
"24.03.2017 06:25:00" Photos from The New York Times's post When the first day of the new school year starts in Afghanistan on Thursday, 3.7 million boys and girls won't be in attendance, because of increased violence, displacement and poverty.
We spoke to several Afghan children. Here are their stories in their
"24.03.2017 06:25:00" nytimes.com London Attack Echoes, Faintly, in a Europe Anxious but Inured With France, Germany and possibly Italy going to the polls, analysts have long wondered whether an act of terrorism could jolt electoral dynamics. Will the London attack boost the “Europe in crisis” narrative that has elevated far-right parties across the Continent?
"24.03.2017 05:27:04" nytimes.com Syrians in Turkey: The Human Smuggler and the Young Refugee Since 2015, migration between Turkey and Greece has fallen sharply, and a smuggler says he has left the business. Homeless in Turkey, a Syrian refugee boy must continue to roam for work. Abu Mohammed fled Syria. In 2015, he earned more than $800,000 from smuggling thousands of migrants into Turkey.
Ismail Alanzi is a homeless Syrian refugee who should be in school. Why does he work? “Because I have to live.”
"24.03.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com California Congressman Under Criminal Investigation for Ethics Violations He became the latest in a string of at least eight current or former members of Congress to face criminal investigations over ethics issues in the last several years. Duncan Hunter, a Republican congressman, allegedly spent tens of thousands of dollars in campaign funds on family trips, private school tuition and video games.
"24.03.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com Yes, Senator, You Wouldn't Want to Lose Your Mammograms — or Women Voters Republicans struggle with some bad optics on gender. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "Republicans seem to have an evil genius for tone-deafness when it comes to women."
"24.03.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com 'Budget for Everything': Basing Life on What You Can Afford Readers of a recent article responded with stories of their financial trade-offs to make their priorities affordable. What financial trade-offs do you make to afford what you really want? NYT readers shared stories of what they're doing to save.
What are your trade-offs?
"24.03.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com As Mexican State Limits Surrogacy, Global System Is Further Strained A Tabasco State law barring surrogate mothers from bearing children for foreigners reflects a troubled international system that, in one view, is “not sustainable.” After years of longing and $55,000 for a surrogacy, he became a dad in Mexico. The next day, officials arrived at the hospital and took the baby.
"24.03.2017 02:55:00" nytimes.com When Couples Divorce, Who Gets to Keep the Dog? (Or Cat.) Pets are normally just considered property. But now judges are being asked to consider their best interests in custody disputes. “They're not a piece of furniture. You would not ask a judge to consider the best interest of a piece of furniture.”
"24.03.2017 02:25:00" nytimes.com Trump the Dealmaker Projects Bravado, but Behind the Scenes, Faces Rare Self-Doubt People close to President Trump say he is grappling with bouts of self-doubt as his hopes for a quick health-care victory unravel. President Trump has told people close to him that he regrets going along with Paul Ryan's plan to push a health care overhaul.
"24.03.2017 01:55:00" Remembering the London Attack Victims Among the victims of the London attack: A police constable, a teacher, and a man from Utah who was on vacation with his wife.
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"24.03.2017 01:40:00" nytimes.com A 'Stand Your Ground' Expansion That Expands Inequality The legal boundaries of civilian self-defense have been expanding, but for only some of us. From The New York Times Opinion Section:
"Nonwhite, female, poor or gender-nonconforming people have always been more likely to be punished for defending themselves and less likely to see the courts come to their aid when they are harmed."
"24.03.2017 01:25:00" nytimes.com A Man Who Hated Black Men Found a Victim Who Cared for Others James Harris Jackson, a white Army veteran from Baltimore, fatally stabbed Timothy Caughman after traveling to New York specifically to kill a black man. "He told the cops, 'I've hated black men since I was a kid. I've had these feelings since I was a young person. I hate black men.'"
"24.03.2017 00:46:15" nytimes.com Trump Tells G.O.P. to Fall in Line, Demanding House Vote on Health Overhaul President Trump agreed to remove federal requirements that insurers provide basic benefits in a move to gain conservatives' support — to no avail. Breaking News: President Donald J. Trump has issued an ultimatum to House Republicans: Pass a new health bill or he'll leave the Affordable Care Act in place.
"24.03.2017 00:40:00" nytimes.com Movies and TV Shows Leaving Netflix on April 1 From “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” to “The X-Files,” don't miss these TV shows before they leave the platform. Netflix is doing a deep spring cleaning of its catalog. Watch these titles before they expire.
"24.03.2017 00:25:00" nytimes.com Right and Left: Partisan Writing You Shouldn't Miss The political news cycle is fast, and keeping up can be overwhelming. Trying to find differing perspectives worth your time is even harder. Read about how the other side thinks.
"23.03.2017 23:55:00" lens.blogs.nytimes.com Women in Recovery, One Photo at a Time Rocio De Alba has been photographing women who — like her — have confronted their substance abuse to lead fulfilling, if challenging, lives. 5 years after a photographer confronted her alcoholism, she began to approach women she knew from her recovery meetings.
"23.03.2017 23:41:58" Nashville's music industry and the Affordable Care Act The music industry in Nashville has a $10 billion annual economic impact on the region. Despite this revenue, 76% of people in Nashville's music industry are uninsured, according to the Music Health Alliance. Mary Gauthier is an American folk-singer and
"23.03.2017 23:37:55" nytimes.com Trump Administration Orders Tougher Screening of Visa Applicants The order, sent to all American embassies, would make it tougher for millions of visitors to enter the United States, marking the first sign of the president's “extreme vetting.” Breaking News: In a step toward "extreme vetting," the U.S. has ordered new security checks on people seeking visas for work, tourism or family visits.
"23.03.2017 23:25:26" nytimes.com What Trump's 'Time' Interview Shows About His Thinking A look at several passages from the president's interview with Time magazine, published on Thursday, and analysis on what they show about him. Presidents usually choose their words carefully, the result of personal discipline and careful vetting. Donald J. Trump is an exception.
"23.03.2017 22:55:01" nytimes.com 'Love Actually' Youngsters, Grown Up and Reunited for a Short Sequel Thomas Brodie-Sangster, now more familiar from “Game of Thrones,” and Olivia Olson are taking part in a short film based on the original romantic comedy. The two kids from "Love Actually" reunited, 14 years later, on a London street. And people watching freaked out.
"23.03.2017 22:25:00" nytimes.com Army Veteran Is Charged With Murder as a Hate Crime in Fatal Stabbing The suspect traveled to New York to attack black men and receive maximum media exposure, prosecutor says. The white man who fatally stabbed a black man on Monday intended "to kill as many black men here in New York in particular," a prosecutor said.
"23.03.2017 21:54:00" nytimes.com Congress Moves to Strike Internet Privacy Rules From Obama Era The Senate voted to overturn regulations that required telecom companies to ask permission before tracking users' behavior, beginning a repeal of Obama-era regulations. The Obama-era rules would have stopped companies like Verizon or Comcast from tracking your activity without asking your permission.
"23.03.2017 21:36:22" Planned Parenthood's Take on the Affordable Care Act We're speaking with Planned Parenthood in Nashville to understand how it might be impacted under the Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. The current proposal restricts funding to organizations that provide abortion except in
"23.03.2017 21:25:00" London Assailant Named After ISIS Claims Attack A 52-year-old British-born man, Khalid Masood, was behind the attack near British Parliament, police said. Officials say he acted alone, but ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack.
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"23.03.2017 21:10:00" Timeline Photos A vigil in London's Trafalgar Square for the victims of Wednesday's attack. http://nyti.ms/2nWtO1I
Photo: Andrew Testa for The New York Times
"23.03.2017 21:03:04" nytimes.com AT&T and Johnson & Johnson Pull Ads From YouTube The companies cited concerns that Google was not doing enough to prevent brands from appearing next to offensive material, like hate speech. “We are deeply concerned that our ads may have appeared alongside YouTube content promoting terrorism and hate. Until Google can ensure this won't happen again, we are removing our ads from Google's nonsearch platforms,” AT&T said in a statement.
"23.03.2017 20:43:57" nytimes.com In Greeting to Iranian People, Trump Leaves Out Their Government The White House sent out a greeting for Nowruz, the Persian New Year, after hard-liners in the administration pruned lines seen as olive branches to Tehran. Steve Bannon “gutted the most ridiculous material” after arguing that President Donald J. Trump shouldn't send the message at all, an administration official said.
"23.03.2017 20:25:22" nytimes.com Pages From Trump's Tax Returns Raise a Decade's Worth of Questions Filings from 1995 and 2005, incomplete as they are, offer tantalizing clues about how the Trumps might have minimized their liability over several years. President Donald J. Trump has "done more to shine a spotlight on the loopholes and fundamental unfairness of the tax code than any other American president," our columnist writes.
"23.03.2017 20:10:34" nytimes.com From the California Sky, Measuring All That Snow Using NASA data, we compared this year's snowpack in the Sierra Nevada with that of 2015, when the state was in the grip of drought. We have some good news on the California drought. Take a look.
"23.03.2017 20:05:50" The New York Times Books Award-winning illustrator Jon Agee knows how to make children — and their parents — laugh. He joins us to draw Martians and talk about making books for all ages, like his latest "Life of Mars." Ask him your questions in the comments, and NYT editor Maria Award-winning illustrator Jon Agee joins us to draw martians and talk about making books for all ages, like his latest "Life of Mars." Ask him your questions in the comments, and NYT editor Maria Russo will ask some.
"23.03.2017 20:05:11" nytimes.com House Vote to Repeal Affordable Care Act Is Postponed, Despite Trump's Effort President Trump agreed to remove federal requirements that insurers provide basic benefits in a move to gain conservatives' support — to no avail. The latest: President Donald J. Trump has issued an ultimatum to House Republicans: Pass a new health bill or he'll leave the Affordable Care Act in place.
"23.03.2017 19:58:25" nytimes.com Fact Check: Trump Misleads About The Times's Reporting on Surveillance President Trump doubled down on his claim that Barack Obama ordered his phones wiretapped, and mischaracterized Times reporting as proof. President Donald J. Trump accused The New York Times of altering the headline on this article: http://nyti.ms/2o9WN19
"23.03.2017 18:59:32" nytimes.com The Best Exercise for Aging Muscles Certain kinds of exercise may mitigate the effects of aging at the cellular level. The toll that aging takes on a body extends all the way down to the cellular level, but there may be a way to undo some of the damage.
"23.03.2017 18:25:00" nytimes.com Trump Makes Pitch for Health Bill: 'It's Going to be Terrific' As House leaders and White House aides scrambled for votes, President Trump released a video exhorting his supporters to call their congressmen to vote 'yes' on the Republican health bill. President Donald J. Trump released a video pitch to persuade reluctant Republicans to vote for the health bill.
The bottom line: “Go with our plan. It's going to be terrific.”
"23.03.2017 17:55:00" nytimes.com Stephen Colbert Is Missing Out on Perfectly Good Sex Scandals The “Late Show” host fretted on Wednesday that he was spending so much time focusing on President Trump, he didn't have time for the most obvious material. The signs of Trump-joke fatigue are all over late night these days.
"23.03.2017 17:36:01" nytimes.com Man in Antwerp, Belgium, Tries to Drive Into Crowd With tensions already high in Europe after a similar attack in London, a French national tried to drive over pedestrians on a crowded street. A French resident tried to drive over pedestrians on a crowded shopping street in Antwerp, Belgium.
"23.03.2017 17:15:36" Nicholas Kristof Join a conversation with Sweden's foreign minister, Margot Wallström, about her "feminist foreign policy," about her clash with Israel and Saudi Arabia, about Trump's denunciations of Sweden, about Russian adventurism--and whatever's on your mind. From The New York Times Opinion Section: Join Nicholas Kristof, as he speaks with Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström about how the country views President Trump and what a "feminist foreign policy" looks like. Leave your questions in the comments,
"23.03.2017 17:00:29" 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.
"23.03.2017 16:57:03" nytimes.com Democrats Plan to Filibuster to Thwart Gorsuch Nomination Judge Neil M. Gorsuch appears to be short, at least for now, of the eight Senate votes he must earn from the Democratic caucus to reach the 60-vote threshold. Democrats signaled that they would filibuster President Donald J. Trump's Supreme Court pick, setting up a fight over longtime Senate rules.
"23.03.2017 16:32:13" nytimes.com Late G.O.P. Proposal Could Mean Plans That Cover Aromatherapy but Not Chemotherapy In a world in which no one has to offer maternity coverage, no insurance company wants to be the only one that offers it. Why should a 60-year-old man have to buy a plan that includes maternity benefits he'll never use?
A group of conservatives is trying to cut a deal that eliminates these requirements.
"23.03.2017 15:56:32" Millions Could Lose Addiction Treatment An estimated 2.8 million Americans may lose access to treatment for addiction if the Affordable Care Act is repealed.
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"23.03.2017 15:52:08" nytimes.com U.K. Parliament Attacker Is Identified as Khalid Masood Prime Minister Theresa May said that life was continuing as normal after the attack, for which ISIS claimed responsibility. Breaking News: A British man, Khalid Masood, 52, carried out yesterday's attack in London, the police said. ISIS has claimed responsibility.
"23.03.2017 15:28:49" nytimes.com John Mayer Knows He Messed Up. He Wants Another Chance. After more than five years of self-imposed pop exile, this guitar virtuoso wants another blockbuster album. Then he hopes to settle down. “What has to happen for a guy to believe that he's totally well-adjusted and be that far out of touch?” John Mayer said. “My GPS was shattered, just shattered.”
"23.03.2017 15:10:03" nytimes.com Key to Health Vote, Hard-Line Conservatives Push New Cuts Leading Republican representatives will meet with all members of their party at the Capitol on Thursday before a full vote on their shifting health care proposal. Hardline conservatives are pressing to cut federal requirements that say health insurers must provide maternity care, emergency services and wellness visits.
"23.03.2017 14:55:00" nytimes.com 'There's a Smell of Treason in the Air' Did a traitor work with Russia to help Trump? From The New York Times Opinion Section: "The fundamental question now isn't about Trump's lies, or intelligence leaks, or inadvertent collection of Trump communications. Rather, the crucial question is as monumental as it is simple: Was there treason?"
"23.03.2017 14:25:00" nytimes.com Tears and the Great Barrier Reef In this week's Australia newsletter, we explore the story behind the story of the reef, plus Rodrigo Duterte and books that will bring you joy. "The scientist cried when he saw the evidence."
"23.03.2017 14:07:45" What a Child Actually Sees On Vacation Come on a 360° family trip but, from a child's perspective. Vacationing kids in China, California, Paris and beyond show you what they really want to see. Watch more #Daily360: http://nyti.ms/2neU493
"23.03.2017 13:51:47" Kentucky saw the highest drop in the adult uninsured rate of any state under the Affordable Care Act. We're at Mountain Comprehensive Care, a health center in Morehead, Kentucky with Lisa Schlomann. She is able to get mental health care for the first time
"23.03.2017 13:33:02" nytimes.com U.S. Jewish Center Bomb Threat Suspect Is Arrested in Israel The authorities said the suspect, a citizen of the United States and Israel, masked the origin of his communications to American synagogues. Breaking News: An Israeli-American teenager is suspected of calling in bomb threats against Jewish community centers across the U.S.
"23.03.2017 13:25:00" nytimes.com A Journey Into the Merriam-Webster Word Factory Kory Stamper reveals the secret life of dictionaries in her book “Word by Word,” and in a visit to headquarters (oddities in the basement included). "There's something to having a bunch of nerds sitting in an office dispassionately reading lots and lots of material and distilling the meaning of a word as it's been used in lots of places," said Kory Stamper, a Merriam-Webster Dictionary lexicographer.
"23.03.2017 13:10:00" nytimes.com 'Legion' Season 1, Episode 7 Recap: Breakthrough This week on “Legion,” the mystery of “Legion” was solved by its perpetrators: the makers of “Legion.” The story of "Legion" is actually quite simple.
"23.03.2017 12:55:00" nytimes.com Rick Perry Calls Texas A&M Student Election a 'Mockery' The energy secretary argued in an op-ed that the true winner was denied victory, an outcome that would have been different were he not straight and white. Rick Perry, the U.S. energy secretary, took the remarkable step of weighing in on the most local of politics.
"23.03.2017 12:25:36" nytimes.com Birth of the Biggest Lie We are now experiencing the very thing Team Trump warned about: a compromised presidency and a possible constitutional crisis. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "Individuals who were associated with the president of the United States' winning campaign are under criminal investigation. That is an extraordinary sentence and one that no American can allow to be swallowed up
"23.03.2017 12:10:00" nytimes.com 'We Are Not Afraid,' Theresa May Proclaims After U.K. Parliament Attack The prime minister, addressing lawmakers, said the assailant who killed three people in London before he was fatally shot by the police was British-born. "We are not afraid and our resolve will never waver in the face of terrorism," Theresa May said. She called the assault "an attack on free people everywhere."
"23.03.2017 11:55:00" nytimes.com Which Republicans Will Vote No? What 8 News Organizations Are Reporting Intense negotiations over the G.O.P. health care replacement bill are expected in the next 24 hours. Here, we compile eight news organizations' estimates of the vote count. We'll update this table as statements change.
"23.03.2017 11:42:00" nytimes.com London Attack: What We Know and Don't Know At least four people were killed and 40 were wounded after an assailant struck pedestrians with a vehicle and fatally stabbed a police officer outside Parliament. - 8 people have been arrested at 6 addresses around Britain.
- The police said the attacker was born in Britain and known to the authorities.
"23.03.2017 11:25:00" nytimes.com Gorsuch Completes His 20-Hour Test. So How Did He Do? Judge Neil M. Gorsuch, the Supreme Court nominee, went through three days of hearings that left the Senate Judiciary Committee about where it began. He was eager to declare his independence. Generally.
"23.03.2017 10:40:29" nytimes.com 'The Daily': Paul Ryan's Turn on Health Care? We ask Jennifer Steinhauer, who is covering the story. The House Republicans finally have everything they need to overhaul the health care system as Paul Ryan dreamed of in 2009. So what's the problem?
"23.03.2017 09:55:00" nytimes.com Leaders Struggle to Unite House Republicans Behind Health Bill With the chamber set to vote on Thursday, conservatives said a Republican measure to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act still lacked support. The powerful conservative network funded by the billionaire Koch brothers said that it would provide financial support to members who voted against the plan.
"23.03.2017 09:25:00" nytimes.com Brazil Meat Scandal Is Called 'a Punch in the Stomach' Dozens of federal inspectors have been arrested and charged with accepting bribes to ignore the adulteration or expiration of processed foods and falsifying sanitary permits. Dozens of inspectors have been charged with accepting bribes to ignore the adulteration or expiration of processed foods and falsifying sanitary permits.
"23.03.2017 08:55:00" nytimes.com Keith Palmer, a Police Constable, Is Among Victims in London Attack Officials had not released the names of the assailant or the other three people who died in the attack, but information started to emerge about some of the injured. Keith Palmer was a father and husband, with 15 years of service in London's Metropolitan Police.
"23.03.2017 08:19:49" nytimes.com U.K. Police Arrest 7 After Attack Outside Parliament In the attack on Wednesday, a knife-wielding assailant drove his vehicle over pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and stabbed a police constable, Keith Palmer, 48, in a deadly assault. The police said that 6 addresses had been searched around Britain and that the attacker appeared to have acted alone, inspired by international terrorism.
"23.03.2017 07:55:00" nytimes.com Democrats Fail to Move Gorsuch Off Script and Beyond Generalities Senate Democrats made an issue of a unanimous Supreme Court ruling on Wednesday that rejected the approach Judge Gorsuch had taken in a different case. Senator Dianne Feinstein to Neil Gorsuch: “You have been very much able to avoid any specificity like no one I have seen before."
"23.03.2017 07:42:27" nytimes.com Strategic District in Southern Afghanistan, Sangin, Falls to Taliban The yearslong offensive in the district, in Helmand Province, took the lives of more combatants than any other fight for territory in Afghanistan. Breaking News: The Taliban have captured the strategic Afghan district of Sangin. It is the culmination of a deadly offensive that lasted years.
"23.03.2017 07:25:00" nytimes.com 52 Places to Go in 2017 52 Places to Go in 2017 | No. 50: Budapest, Hungary Do you know Budapest? Tell us what to do there.
"23.03.2017 06:55:00" nytimes.com North Korea Said to Be Target of Inquiry Over $81 Million Cyberheist The U.S. attorney's office in Los Angeles is said to be examining the extent to which the North Korea government aided the theft of $81 million from the Bangladesh central bank. Officials fear that the theft of $81 million from the Bangladesh central bank could be a new front in cyberwarfare.
"23.03.2017 05:55:00" nytimes.com President Trump's Reckless Shame Game Forcing local authorities to help round up unauthorized immigrants is wrong on both practical and constitutional grounds. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "Forcing local authorities to help round up unauthorized immigrants is wrong on both practical and constitutional grounds."
"23.03.2017 05:02:15" nytimes.com United States Beats Puerto Rico for First World Baseball Classic Title Marcus Stroman did not allow a hit until the 7th inning, leading the Americans to an easy victory in their first W.B.C. final. The U.S. won 8-0 over Puerto Rico for its first World Baseball Classic title.
"23.03.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com A Scholarly Sting Operation Shines a Light on 'Predatory' Journals A group of researchers created a ruse to draw attention to the seamy side of open-access journals, some of which will publish just about anything for a fee. Fake science, for real: a sting exposes shadowy, for-pay "predatory journals."
"23.03.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com Tomb of Jesus Reopens to Public After $3 Million Restoration The shrine, which was in danger of collapse, had been propped up by an unsightly iron cage since the 19th century. The shrine, which was in danger of collapse, had been propped up by an unsightly iron cage since the 19th century.
"23.03.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com How the Rich Gain and the Poor Lose Under the Republican Health Care Plan Breakdown of how much people gain or lose under the plan. Explained in 1 chart.
"23.03.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com Parents Charged in Death of Son; Brother, 2, Had Been Blamed Questions abound in a fatal shooting in Arizona that a mother said occurred when her 2-year-old accidentally shot her 9-year-old. A mother said her 2-year-old had shot her 9-year-old. Now the woman and her husband are charged with murder.
"23.03.2017 02:55:00" nytimes.com Supreme Court Rejects Education Minimum Applied by Gorsuch The justices said schools should not be satisfied with minimal educational progress for disabled students, a standard Judge Neil M. Gorsuch has been criticized for using. As Neil Gorsuch testified, the Supreme Court unanimously rejected a standard on disabled students that Gorsuch was criticized for using.
"23.03.2017 02:25:00" nytimes.com Shaking Up the Dinosaur Family Tree A Ph.D candidate and a computer program that took five minutes to run may upend the dinosaur classification system that has been used for more than a century. The dinosaur classification system that has been used for more than a century? A computer upended it in 5 minutes.
"23.03.2017 01:55:00" nytimes.com The Trail of Terror Across Westminster Bridge An aerial view of the Westminster Bridge after a driver plowed through pedestrians and crashed outside the British Parliament. An aerial view of the Westminster Bridge after a driver plowed through pedestrians and crashed outside the British Parliament.
"23.03.2017 01:25:00" nytimes.com Monitoring May Have 'Incidentally' Picked Up Trump Aides, House Member Says The White House seized on the comments as evidence of wiretapping, but the remarks indicated that the intelligence targets were foreign officials, not President Trump. The White House seized on Devin Nunes's comments as evidence of wiretapping, but the remarks indicated that the intelligence targets were foreign officials, not President Trump.
"23.03.2017 01:18:58" #RaceNYT: Confronting Racially Offensive Comments How should you respond to racially offensive comments in the workplace and in your community? Join NYT reporters John Eligon and Rachel Swarns as they talk with Madeline Vann, a reader from Virginia who reached out to them in search of a strategy. Leave
"23.03.2017 00:55:00" nytimes.com Art Supply Sales Jumped in January, Thanks to Protest Signs, Report Says Customers flocked to buy poster board and other materials for signs ahead of women's marches, a consumer research company says. Art supplies sales rose in January, thanks to protest signs made in response to the election, according to a consumer research group.
"23.03.2017 00:25:00" nytimes.com Wall Street Journal Editorial Harshly Rebukes Trump The editorial said President Trump was damaging his presidency with “exaggerations, evidence-free accusations, implausible denials and other falsehoods.” “The President clings to his assertion like a drunk to an empty gin bottle,” an editorial in The Wall Street Journal said.
"22.03.2017 23:56:28" nytimes.com Compounding Pharmacy Owner Not Guilty of Murder After 60 Meningitis Deaths A jury convicted the owner of the New England Compounding Center, blamed for an outbreak that killed 60, of racketeering charges but acquitted him of murder. The pharmacist blamed for the meningitis outbreak, which was one of the worst public health crises in U.S. history that killed more than 60 people and sickened 700 others, was found not guilty of murder.
"22.03.2017 23:25:20" nytimes.com How House Republicans Are Planning to Vote on the Obamacare Replacement A new amendment seeks to please members in two ideologically different factions in the House. The vote is scheduled in the House for Thursday.
"22.03.2017 23:08:57" TimesTalks: Gary Clark, Jr. Grammy Award-winning guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Gary Clark Jr is at The New York Times - TimesTalks. Hear about his creative process and preview some tracks from his upcoming album. Questions or comments? Leave them below.
"22.03.2017 22:55:02" instagram.com Instagram post by The New York Times • Mar 22, 2017 at 8:48pm UTC 519 Likes, 4 Comments - The New York Times (@nytimes) on Instagram: “@andrew_testa photographed police along the banks of the River Thames in #London this afternoon. An…” Police along the banks of the River Thames in London.
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"22.03.2017 22:25:00" nytimes.com Suspect in Manhattan Killing Harbored Hatred of Black Men James Harris Jackson, 28, a military veteran from Baltimore was arrested in the murder of a black man on Wednesday, the police say. The suspect told the police that he had specifically come to New York to make a statement by attacking black men.
"22.03.2017 21:55:00" What Happened: Attack in London How the attack at Britain's Parliament unfolded on Wednesday.
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"22.03.2017 21:25:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump Jr. Criticizes London Mayor After Deadly Attack Mr. Trump, the son of the president, referenced on Twitter an out-of-context quote by London's mayor, Sadiq Khan, from September. Sending “thoughts and prayers” doesn't appear to be Donald Trump Jr.'s style.
"22.03.2017 21:01:13" Health Care in Kentucky We're in Kentucky talking to people about the proposed plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Join NYT reporter Nilo Tabrizy and Dustin Pugel from the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy as they discuss how the state's significant gains from
"22.03.2017 20:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Simple Bread Pudding Recipe There's room for customization here: consider adding fresh or dried fruit or a combination of spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and cardamom. This recipe is proof-positive that leftover bread can easily be converted to dessert.
"22.03.2017 20:25:00" nytimes.com Chris Paul's Fast Hands and Gruesome Fingers Paul, the ball-hawking Clippers guard, has paid a price — multiple injuries to his fingers — for collecting more steals than any other active N.B.A. player. Chris Paul has incredibly quick hands, but what makes them great also makes them vulnerable.
"22.03.2017 19:55:02" nytimes.com Search for Secret Service Leader Intensifies as White House Security Is Tested A leader may be picked from outside the agency, which has been under scrutiny for a series of embarrassing lapses. After a series of embarrassing lapses, the next head of the Secret Service may be an outsider — the first in its 152 years.
"22.03.2017 19:40:00" lens.blogs.nytimes.com Robots Have Existential Crises, Too Max Aguilera-Hellweg's new book, “Humanoid,” is a deep dive into the world of robots and artificial intelligence, and an extension of his own inquiry into the nature of life and consciousness. When taking portraits of robots, this photographer looked for angles that made him think, “Yes, I've seen that gesture before. That is human.”
"22.03.2017 19:25:00" nytimes.com What Should You Do With Your Father's Nazi Keepsake? The magazine's Ethicist columnist on whether to preserve a historical artifact with a troubling history and whether scholarship funds should be only for the neediest. What is an ethical way to deal with an old belt buckle from a Nazi uniform?
"22.03.2017 18:55:00" nytimes.com House Republicans, Deeply Divided, Face Painful Choice on Health Vote Republicans could pass a deeply unpopular bill that could wreak havoc with their own voters, or turn it back and wound the president's agenda. House and Senate leaders are privately telling members that they don't want to be tarred as Republicans who voted with Democrats to keep the Affordable Care Act.
"22.03.2017 18:53:42" Update on U.K. Parliament Attack We're by the British Parliament, near the site of an attack that left at least 3 people dead and 20 others injured, according to officials. New York Times journalists Camilla Schick, Stephen Farrell and Prashant Rao are at the scene to break down the
"22.03.2017 18:40:00" nytimes.com A Contest to Design New York City's Next 'I Voted' Sticker What kind of image might sum up the city, and something as abstract as civic pride? How should New York City's "I Voted" sticker look? If you have an idea, enter this contest.
"22.03.2017 18:25:00" nytimes.com Of Horse v. Duck, Mutton Busting and Other Confirmation Diversions Republicans have elevated the practice of gentle questioning of a preferred Supreme Court nominee to high art — even when confirmation appears assured. Judge Neil Gorsuch's confirmation hearing turned to the matter of mutton busting. And then duck-sized horses.
"22.03.2017 18:10:00" Gorsuch is an Originalist. What's That? Judge Neil Gorsuch — President Donald J. Trump's pick for Supreme Court justice — is a constitutional originalist. What does that mean?
"22.03.2017 17:56:33" Attack at U.K. London We're live from London, where Britain's Parliament was on lockdown after an assailant stabbed a police officer outside the building, and then was shot. Prashant Rao and Camilla Schick of the NYT are on the scene. Comment with your questions, and they'll
"22.03.2017 17:55:00" nytimes.com How House Republicans Are Planning to Vote on the Obamacare Replacement A new amendment seeks to please members in two ideologically different factions in the House. We're tracking how many House Republicans support the Affordable Care Act replacement. 216 votes are needed to pass.
"22.03.2017 17:25:00" nytimes.com Should 15,000 Steps a Day Be Our New Exercise Target? A new study of postal workers in Scotland suggests we should aim for far more than the 10,000 daily steps commonly recommended. You might want to start moving quite a bit more.
"22.03.2017 17:08:51" The New York Times - Science Caribou sausage and yak meatballs are on the menu at the Explorer's Club, which is hosting a tasting event in anticipation of its 113th annual dinner. This year's theme: "Cold Place Creatures." Leave your questions in the comments, and NYT science There are some unusual items on the menu tonight at the Explorer's Club. The New York Times - Science reporter Nicholas St. Fleur is with the chef to sample anything from caribou sausage to yak meatballs. Post your questions in the comments.
"22.03.2017 17:01:01" Assailant shot at U.K. Parliament We're at Big Ben in London, where a police officer was stabbed outside the House of Parliament. The assailant was shot by officers, and the Metropolitan Police said it was treating the violence as a "terrorist incident." NYT reporter Stephen Farrell is at
"22.03.2017 16:55:00" nytimes.com Where Does Gorsuch Stand on Torture? It's Hard to Say Senate Democrats grilled Judge Neil M. Gorsuch about torture and presidential power, and the exchanges revived an unresolved dispute from George W. Bush's presidency. Why are Democrats asking Judge Gorsuch about torture? Here's the background on Gorsuch and the Bush torture memos.
"22.03.2017 16:40:00" "They're Literally Saving My Life" Watch as hundreds of people line up for free medical services like checkups, dental treatments and eye care at a pop-up health care clinic in Cookeville, Tennessee. #Daily360
"22.03.2017 16:33:15" U.K. Parliament Attacker Shot British Parliament was placed on lockdown after a man stabbed a police officer and was then shot by other officers. The Metropolitan Police said it was treating the violence as "a terrorist incident," as the country's seat of power was put on high alert.
"22.03.2017 16:25:00" nytimes.com 'Cure' Me? No, Thanks My core belief is that my brothers and sisters in disability are O.K. as they are. From The New York Times Opinion Section: Taking a drug to "fix" my body would make me feel like a traitor to the cause of disability pride.
"22.03.2017 16:22:48" Substance Treatment Abuse Discussion We're visiting the Kenton County Detention Center's substance abuse treatment program in Covington, Kentucky. What is it like to receive treatment while in jail? Hear from people who will soon be released into the community. Comment with your questions,
"22.03.2017 15:55:00" nytimes.com Eyeing Trump's Budget Plan, Republican Governors Say 'No, Thanks' As the White House presses for bone-deep spending cuts, some Republican governors have complained about reductions that they see as harmful or arbitrary. GOP governors have rapidly emerged as a bloc of opposition to President Donald J. Trump's cuts to the federal budget.
"22.03.2017 15:40:00" nytimes.com India's 'Phone Romeos' Look for the Right One Through Wrong Numbers As mobile phone use grows, more young men are calling women at random, hoping to strike up a relationship, but sometimes harassing them. As mobile phone use in countries like India grows, more young men are calling women at random, looking for a relationship.
Have you ever had experience being in a "wrong-number relationship"? Or have you been a target of a "phone Romeo"? Share your story
"22.03.2017 15:25:00" nytimes.com Dave Chappelle Tells Jimmy Kimmel Why He Made 2 Specials The specials are full of social commentary Mr. Chappelle is known for, touching on sensitive issues as Bill Cosby's legacy. Why did Dave Chappelle release his first comedy specials in 13 years? "Money," the comedian said easily.
"22.03.2017 15:07:09" nytimes.com Shooting Reported Outside U.K. Parliament The area around the Palace of Westminster was evacuated, and lawmakers inside the building were under lockdown. Breaking News: A shooting was reported near the British Parliament. The police evacuated the area.
"22.03.2017 14:55:00" nytimes.com Roused by Trump, First-Time Female Candidates Eye Local Seats Political activism, ignited largely in response to President Trump, has been followed by a flood of first-time state and local candidates, many of them women. A program at Rutgers University helps train women who want to run for public office.
Since the election of President Donald J. Trump, attendance has climbed by nearly 300%.
"22.03.2017 14:55:00" nytimes.com A Timeline of Provocative Acts by North Korea The country's recent missile tests have come at interesting moments in American attempts to reach out to China, Japan and South Korea. The North Korean actions often seem like more than coincidence.
"22.03.2017 14:40:00" "They're Literally Saving My Life" Hundreds of people lined up for free health care at a pop-up clinic in Cookeville, Tennessee. Watch more #Daily360: http://nyti.ms/2nkLNBc
"22.03.2017 14:25:00" nytimes.com 'Turkish Trump,' a Hotel Plan and a Tangle of Foreign Ties The company, now largely run by Mr. Trump's eldest sons, Eric and Donald Jr., has been pursuing a downtown Dallas hotel project with a real estate firm that has deep Turkish roots. President Donald J. Trump pledged that his business would avoid overseas deals during his tenure. But his company is pursuing a hotel project with a firm with deep foreign connections.
"22.03.2017 13:55:00" nytimes.com Calling On a Few Good Men An open letter to the adults in the Trump administration with the most integrity. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "The last time our country faced such a cancer on the presidency, the Republican Party's leadership stood up and put country before party to get to the truth. But today's GOP is a pale imitation of that party."
"22.03.2017 13:25:00" nytimes.com Warnings of a 'Powder Keg' in Libya as ISIS Regroups Punishing strikes in December and January hurt the terrorist group, but it is exploiting the chaos and political vacuum gripping the country, American and allied officials say. “The instability in Libya and North Africa may be the most significant near-term threat to U.S. and allies' interests on the continent," the head of the Pentagon's Africa Command said.
"22.03.2017 12:55:00" nytimes.com Is America's Military Big Enough? A look at whether the military needs the $54 billion budget infusion that President Trump has proposed. President Donald J. Trump has not articulated a new mission that would require a military spending increase. This has left analysts wondering what goals he has in mind.
"22.03.2017 12:40:00" nytimes.com 'The Americans' Season 5, Episode 3 Recap: More Than This And on the third week “The Americans” said, let there be Martha. And there was. Amid the wigs, mustaches and growing self-alienation, a familiar face came out of hiding.
"22.03.2017 12:25:00" nytimes.com 9 Deaths Are Linked to Rare Cancer From Breast Implants The problem is more likely to occur with textured implants than with smooth implants, the F.D.A. said, and it is usually treatable and not often fatal. A rare cancer first linked to breast implants in 2011 has now been associated with 9 deaths, the Food and Drug Administration said.
"22.03.2017 11:55:00" nytimes.com Tweeting Toward Oblivion Can Donald Trump ditch his imagined grievances and save his presidency? From The New York Times Opinion Section: "President Donald J. Trump can vent his emotions or exercise his responsibilities. The decision belongs to him, the consequences to all of us."
"22.03.2017 11:25:00" nytimes.com Why Objectively False Things Continue to Be Believed Partisan polarization has come to affect the way that people consume and understand information. President Donald J. Trump, perhaps unconsciously, has grasped a core truth of modern politics: that voters tend to seek out information that fits the story they want to believe.
"22.03.2017 11:10:00" nytimes.com What to Watch: Will Democrats Be More Aggressive With Neil Gorsuch? Democratic senators were frustrated in the first round of confirmation hearings for Judge Gorsuch, who offered little insight on his personal thoughts on contentious legal matters. Democratic senators are likely to question further whether Judge Gorsuch feels a debt of gratitude to President Donald J. Trump, who appointed him.
"22.03.2017 10:55:00" nytimes.com 'The Daily': Who Is Gorsuch's Boss? On Day 2 of the confirmation hearings for Judge Neil M. Gorsuch, senators want to know for whom he works: the president, corporations or regular Americans? Senators want to know for whom Judge Gorsuch works: President Donald J. Trump, corporations or regular Americans?
"22.03.2017 10:42:19" nytimes.com Chuck Barris, Eclectic Entertainer of 'Gong Show' Fame, Dies at 87 The creative force and host of TV hits — as well as a songwriter, novelist and even an assassin, to hear him tell it — Mr. Barris knew there was an audience for lowbrow. Chuck Barris, like purveyors of burlesque and circus sideshows in earlier generations, knew there was a large audience for lowbrow.
"22.03.2017 09:54:30" nytimes.com Barred From Canadian Embassy Parties: Cardboard Trudeau Canada's diplomats in the United States have been ordered to no longer set up cutout replicas of Mr. Trudeau at promotional events. The abrupt retirement of Justin Trudeau cardboard cutouts may reflect a tension in Canadian politics.
"22.03.2017 09:35:00" nytimes.com Turkey Halts Campaign in Germany to Court Voters About 1.4 million German residents have the right to vote in an April 16 referendum in Turkey on whether to expand President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's powers. The decision is a change in direction by Erdogan's government, which has tried to send surrogates to Germany and subsequently accused Germany of Nazism for refusing to allow them to campaign freely.
"22.03.2017 08:55:00" nytimes.com As Stolen Van Goghs Return to View, a Thief Tells All Octave Durham, convicted of stealing two of the painter's works from a museum, describes the heist in detail just as the works return to public view. A man has finally come clean about his involvement in one of the most infamous postwar art heists.
"22.03.2017 08:25:00" nytimes.com North Korea Launches Missile, but Test Appears to Fail The missile was test-fired as the United States began exploring a new approach on how to end North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programs. The missile "appears to have exploded within seconds of launch," a spokesman for the United States Pacific Command said.
"22.03.2017 07:55:00" nytimes.com Bruno Le Roux, French Interior Minister, Resigns Amid Financial Inquiry A similar scandal has engulfed the campaign of François Fillon, a presidential candidate from the center-right Republican Party, since the end of January. Prosecutors said they were investigating parliamentary jobs that Bruno Le Roux gave to his daughters starting when they were in high school.
"22.03.2017 07:33:00" nytimes.com Colin Dexter, Whose Creations Included Inspector Morse, Dies at 86 The British mystery writer indulged in the art for fun and never expected his character to attain such fame. Colin Dexter's poetry-loving detective Chief Inspector Morse pursued clues and cask-conditioned ale through 13 novels and a popular TV series.
"22.03.2017 06:55:00" nytimes.com Syrian Rebels Surprise Damascus With New Assaults A rebel advance, the first of its kind in years, showed that the groups could still threaten the capital despite a long string of defeats around the country. Syrian rebels are carrying out their most ambitious offensive in years on the capital.
"22.03.2017 05:55:00" nytimes.com 52 Places to Go in 2017 | No. 49: Portland Still cool? Actually, it's gotten cooler. What are your favorite things to do in Portland? Share your tips.
"22.03.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com Wandering New Orleans After Seeing It From the Stage After a decade of visiting the city on tour, I finally got to experience it as a tourist. Where in the U.S. have you always wanted to visit?
"22.03.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com What if Sociologists Had as Much Influence as Economists? Economists traditionally dominate policy making in Washington, but they don't have all the answers. Sociologists have a lot to teach us. Why it's time for policy makers in Washington to pay more attention to sociologists.
"22.03.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com How Does Life Live? “Where does the sun go? Can girls be robots? Why don't worms have faces?” A little girl wants to know. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "Can girls be robots? What is winter? Why do we need to sleep?"
In this sweet short film, a little girl wonders about the world. What unexpected questions do your children ask?
"22.03.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com 'I'll Criticize Judges,' Trump Says, Hours After a Scolding for Doing Just That President Trump was at it again Tuesday night at a fund-raising dinner, calling out a federal court judge in Hawaii who placed a stay on his second travel ban. “Somebody said I should not criticize judges. O.K. I'll criticize judges,” Donald Trump said, hours after Neil Gorsuch told him to stop.
"22.03.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com Americans Ate 19% Less Beef From '05 to '14, Report Says The National Resources Defense Council, an environmental group, said lower demand reduced greenhouse gas emissions. The plummeting popularity of beef is being hailed as a victory in the fight against climate change.
"22.03.2017 02:55:00" nytimes.com The Guilty Secret of Distracted Parenting Taking care of small children can get tedious. I wouldn't have made it through without a certain amount of distraction. "Taking care of small children can get tedious. I wouldn't have made it through without a certain amount of distraction."
"22.03.2017 02:25:52" nytimes.com Spicer Says Case of Undocumented Student Accused of Rape Shows Need for Crackdown An episode at a suburban Washington high school becomes an issue in the debate over illegal immigration. Sean Spicer said the Maryland case was an example of why the Trump administration was committed to a “crackdown” on illegal immigration.
"22.03.2017 01:55:00" nytimes.com A 1960s License Plate Revival California Today: A wave of nostalgia in California license plates, Adam Schiff hits at President Trump, and billions of dollars waiting to be claimed. For the most popular license plate in California, it's no contest.
"22.03.2017 01:25:36" nytimes.com Why Letting Go, for Trump, Is No Small or Simple Task In clinging to wiretap claims, the president draws on his history as a pugnacious fighter, with a need to prove his legitimacy and a deep sensitivity to perception. No compulsion has so consumed Donald J. Trump's psyche as the belief that President Barack Obama tapped his phones.
So why can't he just let go?
"22.03.2017 00:55:00" nytimes.com Tell Us About Divorce in Your Community We'd like to hear from women around the world who have grappled with the decision to divorce or stay in an unhappy marriage. We want to hear from women who have divorced. Where are you from, and what factors went into your decision?
"22.03.2017 00:25:00" nytimes.com A Friend Lied About Dylann Roof's Massacre Plan. Now He'll Go to Prison. The F.B.I. says Joseph Meek's failure to speak up before the massacre in a Charleston church deprived “law enforcement of the opportunity to intervene.” “The danger he exposed to the community is extraordinary,” a judge said.
"22.03.2017 00:24:49" Live Music: Real Estate Real Estate, an American rock band, is here to perform some songs for us. Follow along in the comments for insights from NYT reporters Joe Coscarelli and Caryn Ganz.
"21.03.2017 23:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Cold Noodles With Sesame Sauce, Chicken And Cucumbers Recipe It doesn't surprise me how often people order cold noodles with sesame sauce at Chinese restaurants What is surprising, though, is how few people make the dish at home It is incredibly easy to prepare, with common ingredients, and you can serve it as a Your favorite take-out, at home.
"21.03.2017 23:25:00" nytimes.com Voyages: The Hawaii Cure A first trip to the island, in a desperate bid to escape the news. “Not until 2017 has Hawaii held for me even a vague temptation,” says a writer for The New York Times Magazine.
"21.03.2017 23:04:44" Live Performance: Real Estate Real Estate, a rock band, is at The New York Times doing a soundcheck before they perform live. You can watch their performance and ask them questions here: https://nyti.ms/2mMj1W6
"21.03.2017 22:55:00" nytimes.com Neil Gorsuch Faces the Senate Here's a good question for Judge Gorsuch: Why are you here? There's only one honest answer: “I shouldn't be.” From The New York Times Opinion Section: The real question for Judge Neil Gorsuch: Why are you here?
There's only one honest answer: “I shouldn't be.”
"21.03.2017 22:39:47" nytimes.com Trump Lays Plans to Reverse Obama's Climate Change Legacy The White House is preparing to dismantle major policy actions of the Obama era, including a plan to close hundreds of heavily polluting power plants. Breaking News: President Trump is poised to dismantle Barack Obama's climate policies. But his plan is certain to face legal pushback.
"21.03.2017 22:25:00" nytimes.com Adam Schiff Leverages Democrats' Limited Power in Trump Inquiry The congressman gently probed the F.B.I. chief, James B. Comey, for information and laid out the history of the Trump campaign's contacts with Russian officials. Adam Schiff's performance showed how an avalanche of information can leverage the limited power of Democrats to damage a president.
"21.03.2017 21:55:00" Syrian Rebels in Damascus For the first time in years, Syrian rebels demonstrated that they can threaten the capital, as fierce fighting continued on the edge of Damascus. Read more: http://nyti.ms/2naLXKR
"21.03.2017 21:25:00" cooking.nytimes.com White Bean Stew With Carrots, Fennel and Peas Recipe A supply of dried white beans in the pantry means you can always make some sort of white bean stew without a trip to the store White beans are welcome in any season, though this dish is perfect for spring, with its bright green peas Use any kind of white A perfect dish for spring.
"21.03.2017 20:55:00" nytimes.com White Artist's Painting of Emmett Till at Whitney Biennial Draws Protests A white artist's canvas, based on open-coffin photographs of the 1955 lynching victim, speaks to the images' power to address race and violence. “The painting must go,” wrote Hannah Black, a British-born black artist and writer. Another artist has conducted peaceful protests in front of the painting since Friday.
"21.03.2017 20:49:21" Replacing the Affordable Care Act: A Discussion We're in Ohio talking to people about how the proposed plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act could affect them. NYT reporter Nilo Tabrizy is with Wendy Patton, the senior project director at Policy Matters Ohio to talk about the economic
"21.03.2017 20:40:00" nytimes.com What Travelers Should Know About New Restrictions on Devices Here is what we know so far. Who is affected by the new flight restriction on devices, and what should you do?
"21.03.2017 20:38:21" Tour of French ambassador's residence in Washington Join us for a tour of the French ambassador's residence in Washington, and a glimpse into chef Michel Bastid's preparations for the residence's "Goût de France" event tonight. Comment with your questions, and Gardiner Harris, who covers the State
"21.03.2017 20:25:00" nytimes.com Theresa May Gets Her Annie Leibovitz Moment When she appeared in a glossy shoot in American Vogue, the first British prime minister to do so, her clothes spoke volumes. Theresa May is the first British Prime minister to appear in the pages of American Vogue. (via The New York Times Styles)
"21.03.2017 20:10:00" nytimes.com Live Performance and Q&A With the Indie Rock Band Real Estate Real Estate, an indie rock band, will be at The New York Times headquarters on Tuesday, March 21, to perform songs and answer audience questions at 7:30 p.m., Eastern time. Joe Coscarelli, who covers music for The Times, will be in the room to ask those Indie rock band Real Estate is performing live at The Times at 7:30 p.m. ET. Watch the concert and then ask your questions for the band here.
"21.03.2017 20:09:33" The New York Times Books We're celebrating Women's History Month with illustrator Diane Goode and political commentator Cokie Roberts, who teamed up to create "Ladies of Liberty: The Women Who Shaped Our Nation," a picture book about women of the Revolutionary War era. Diane will We're celebrating Women's History Month with illustrator Diane Goode and political commentator Cokie Roberts, who teamed up to create "Ladies of Liberty: The Women Who Shaped Our Nation," a picture book about women of the Revolutionary War era. Diane will
"21.03.2017 19:55:00" nytimes.com Fewer Americans Would Be Insured With G.O.P. Plan Than With Simple Repeal That loss was bigger than most experts anticipated, and led to a round of predictable laments from congressional Democrats — and from GOP senators. 1 million more Americans would have health insurance with a clean repeal than with the GOP replacement plan, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
"21.03.2017 19:25:01" nytimes.com A New Form of Stem-Cell Engineering Raises Ethical Questions “Sheefs” will test the limits of current regulations, experts say, as embryolike structures are created directly from stem cells. Scientists are assembling stem cells that can organize themselves into “embryolike” structures. In the future, those cells may develop into much more complex forms.
"21.03.2017 18:55:00" nytimes.com Fired U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara to Join N.Y.U.'s Law School He will join the law school on April 1 as a distinguished scholar in residence. Preet Bharara will join NYU School of Law after he was abruptly dismissed by the Donald J. Trump administration for refusing to resign.
"21.03.2017 18:41:00" nytimes.com Testing the Limits of Trust, and Sushi, at Sugarfish The New York branch of a Los Angeles chain has plenty of efficiency and customers, but the fish options can be limited. The fish doesn't really taste like fish, and there is no wasabi. “This is weird.”
"21.03.2017 18:25:00" nytimes.com The Best of New Sci-Fi and Fantasy, From an Intergalactic Love Story to New York City Under Water A graphic novel, a story collection, an apocalyptic novella and New York City under water: N.K. Jemisin reviews the latest in science fiction and fantasy. The "Saga" series of graphic novels ranks among the most creative, original examples of sci-fi and fantasy.
"21.03.2017 17:55:00" nytimes.com How to Make the Most of Your Workday Take control of your time at work. We'll outline productivity techniques that can be adapted to your personality and working style. A time management guide for imperfect people.
"21.03.2017 17:25:00" nytimes.com Crossing the Border? Here's How to Safeguard Your Data From Searches Lately some travelers have been pressured to hand over their smartphones at the airport. But you can't provide access to the data if you don't hold the keys. Crossing the border? Here are tips for safeguarding your devices in a search.
"21.03.2017 16:25:38" Gorsuch confirmation hearing: Day 2 The confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Neil Gorsuch continue today. NYT's chief Washington correspondent Carl Hulse is with NYT's congressional reporter Matt Flegenheimer to break it all down for us. Ask them questions, and they'll answer some.
"21.03.2017 16:25:00" nytimes.com Trump Warns House Republicans: Repeal Health Law or Lose Your Seats Mr. Trump's warning, delivered in a closed-door meeting, came as House leaders were trying to pin down a majority to pass their repeal legislation. In a closed-door meeting, President Donald J. Trump told Republicans that they risked losing re-election if the GOP health plan didn't pass.
"21.03.2017 15:55:40" nytimes.com The 7 Big Revisions Republicans Made to Their Health Care Bill, and Why They Made Them Late Monday, House Republicans unveiled a set of changes to the American Health Care Act, the plan they propose to replace Obamacare. We've highlighted recent additions in green, and drawn a line through the rule replaced.
"21.03.2017 15:27:04" nytimes.com Anne Frank Who? Museums Combat Ignorance About the Holocaust The Anne Frank House in Amsterdam is one of several museums making changes to engage and educate younger people about the Holocaust and anti-Semitism. The Anne Frank House is dealing with a stark reality: Many young visitors have little knowledge about the Holocaust.
"21.03.2017 15:18:21" Rodin Masterpiece on Display We're at Artcurial, an auction house in Paris with “Andromede,” a masterpiece by sculptor Auguste Rodin that will be auctioned here in May. Andromede hasn't been seen in public for 130 years and has an extraordinary story. Artcurial's Vice-President
"21.03.2017 15:10:00" Speed Through a Newspaper Printing Press See The New York Times roll off the presses in this 360° video tour of our largest printing facility. #Daily360
"21.03.2017 14:58:01" nytimes.com In Maine, Portland Tries a New Tactic With Panhandlers: Hiring Them While other cities toughen their anti-begging laws and face court challenges, some are are testing a less punitive approach. Panhandlers were taking over sidewalks, clogging busy intersections and scaring off tourists. Punishing them didn't work, so instead the city has hired them.
"21.03.2017 14:33:28" Women In Science Meet a 22-year-old scientist who is inspiring young girls to get excited about science, technology, engineering and math. Olivia Pavco-Giaccia, founder of LabCandy, will conduct an experiment and then give advice for young women. Join us and leave
"21.03.2017 14:25:00" nytimes.com How Americans Think About Climate Change, in Six Maps Americans overwhelmingly believe that global warming is happening, and that carbon emissions should be scaled back. But fewer are sure that it will harm them personally. Most people think that climate change will harm Americans, but they don't think it will happen to them.
"21.03.2017 14:10:00" Speed Through a Newspaper Printing Press See The New York Times roll off the presses in this 360° video tour of the paper's largest printing facility. Watch more #Daily360: http://nyti.ms/2nLL75q
"21.03.2017 13:55:00" nytimes.com Marine Le Pen Sharpens Attack on Emmanuel Macron in French Debate The two presidential hopefuls clashed over immigration, integration and France's role in the world. Marine Le Pen provided a dark picture of a France besieged by immigrants and Islam, and Emmanuel Macron preached conciliation.
"21.03.2017 13:34:19" Refugees in Yemen March marks the 2-year anniversary of the conflict in Yemen, which has left almost 19 million people in need of humanitarian assistance and displaced millions. Shabia Mantoo, a spokesperson for UNHCR, the UN's refugee agency, is taking your questions live
"21.03.2017 13:21:09" nytimes.com Wyclef Jean Is Briefly Detained and Handcuffed in Los Angeles Mistaken for a robbery suspect, the hip-hop artist showed what happened with a Twitter video. "The L.A.P.D. have me in cuffs for absolutely nothing," Wyclef Jean said in a video.
"21.03.2017 12:55:00" nytimes.com Roger Stone, the 'Trickster' on Trump's Side, Is Under F.B.I. Scrutiny Mr. Stone, a longtime associate of President Trump, is being investigated in connection with Russian interference in the 2016 election. "Trust me, it will soon the Podesta's time in the barrel," Roger Stone tweeted before John Podesta's hacked emails were released.
"21.03.2017 12:25:00" nytimes.com What to Watch: Day 2 of Judge Neil Gorsuch's Confirmation Hearings With 30 minutes of questioning allotted to each senator, Judge Gorsuch will be forced Tuesday to venture into unscripted territory. Judge Gorsuch will be forced to venture into unscripted territory today.
"21.03.2017 11:55:00" nytimes.com Trump, Embattled in Washington, Recharges Among Fans in Kentucky The president promised to renegotiate trade deals, clamp down on illegal immigration and keep terrorists out of the country, while vowing to pass the health care overhaul. The swirl of questions back in Washington seemed a million miles away during President Donald J. Trump's rally in Kentucky. That was exactly the point.
"21.03.2017 11:25:00" nytimes.com Fox News Sidelines Andrew Napolitano After Wiretap Allegation Mr. Napolitano had reported that the Obama administration had sought British intelligence assistance to wiretap Donald Trump when Mr. Trump was running for president. Judge Andrew Napolitano claimed on "Fox & Friends" that Barack Obama had asked for British assistance in spying on President Donald J. Trump, an allegation which both the president and Sean Spicer repeated.
"21.03.2017 11:17:00" nytimes.com Stephen Colbert (That Other One) Returns Mr. Colbert brought back his tongue-in-cheek conservative pundit character to analyze President Trump's budget on “The Late Show.” Stephen Colbert revived his arrogant conservative pundit character from "The Colbert Report."
"21.03.2017 10:55:00" nytimes.com Becoming Duterte: The Making of a Philippine Strongman He is a child of privilege turned populist politician, an antidrug crusader who has struggled with drug abuse. Obsessed with death, he has turned his violent vision into national policy. President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines relishes the image of killer-savior. He says God speaks to him. He has compared himself to Hitler. He has never lost an election.
"21.03.2017 10:41:59" nytimes.com 'The Daily': Comey Under Oath The House Intelligence Committee had asked them to testify. They had little choice in being there. But they did have a choice about whether to comment on two extraordinarily sensitive matters involving the president and national security. America's top intelligence officials say the words President Donald J. Trump never wanted to hear — under oath, on the record and on live TV.
"21.03.2017 10:10:47" nytimes.com U.S. Limits Devices for Passengers on Foreign Airlines From Eight Countries Passengers headed to the United States from 10 airports in eight majority-Muslim countries have been barred by the Trump administration from carrying electronic devices larger than a cellphone. Breaking News: The U.S. has barred devices larger than a cellphone on American-bound foreign flights from 8 majority-Muslim countries.
"21.03.2017 09:59:00" nytimes.com As Trash Avalanche Toll Rises in Ethiopia, Survivors Ask Why A landfill at the edge of Addis Ababa where at least 113 people died has been the capital's main dumping ground for decades. "We don't know how such a thing could happen," said a weeping girl who lost her home and family in a landfill collapse.
"21.03.2017 09:30:00" nytimes.com U.N. Seeks Inquiry Into Deadly Assault on Migrant Boat Near Yemen Forty-two people were killed when the boat was hit by gunfire near Yemen last week, an episode the U.N. called an “unwarranted attack on helpless civilians.” The attack on the boat was among the most horrific episodes of deadly violence on asylum seekers in Yemen.
"21.03.2017 08:25:00" nytimes.com 52 Places to Go in 2017 | No. 48: Busan, South Korea An underrated second city becomes a design hot spot. It's known as a film town. But Busan's independent design scene is taking off.
Been to Busan? What are your favorite spots?
"21.03.2017 07:55:00" nytimes.com Seeking Style in the Markets of Abidjan, Ivory Coast The photographer Émilie Régnier went in search of style and attitude in Ivory Coast. A photographer spent weeks visiting markets in Abidjan, Ivory Coast in search of women with style and attitude.
"21.03.2017 07:18:55" nytimes.com Martin McGuinness, an I.R.A. Leader Turned Peacemaker, Dies at 66 Sinn Fein said on its website on Tuesday that Mr. McGuinness had died during the night. Martin McGuinness helped negotiate peace in Northern Ireland after decades of sectarian violence and became a senior official in its power-sharing government.
"21.03.2017 06:55:00" nytimes.com China's High-Tech Tool to Fight Toilet Paper Bandits To stop thieves, Beijing authorities have installed dispensers equipped with facial recognition software in public restrooms at a busy tourist site, Temple of Heaven Park. To stop toilet paper thieves, Beijing authorities installed dispensers equipped with facial recognition software.
"21.03.2017 05:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com 8 Dressings and Vinaigrettes That Will Make You Fall in Love With Salad 8 Dressings and Vinaigrettes That Will Make You Fall in Love With Salad is a group of recipes collected by the editors of NYT Cooking Perk up those sad little greens.
"21.03.2017 05:25:00" nytimes.com Yankees Capitalize on 2nd Chance With Young Star Who Got Away For a time, a top Yankees prospect, Gleyber Torres, was strutting his stuff for the Chicago Cubs organization. Now he's in pinstripes at last, and hopes are high. At 20 years old, Gleyber Torres has impressed the New York Yankees with his talent, and his maturity.
"21.03.2017 04:55:00" nytimes.com Arkansas's Cruel and Unusual Killing Spree Its batch of a lethal injection drug will soon expire, so the state is rushing to execute eight men. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "Arkansas's plan to execute 8 men in 11 days next month is a recipe for disaster, one entirely of the state's making."
"21.03.2017 04:40:00" nytimes.com 'The Walking Dead' Season 7, Episode 14: Did the War Just Start? Titled “The Other Side,” Sunday's episode returned to the Hilltop and found characters negotiating boundaries between opposing states. Knives were thrown, weapons forged, amends made and forgiveness was offered.
"21.03.2017 04:25:00" nytimes.com Deep in the Amazon, a Remarkable Beach (and Ant-Eating) Experience Alter do Chão in Brazil is among the world's most alluring beach towns, even though it is far removed from the sea in a remote corner of the jungle. Could one of Brazil's best beaches be situated deep in the untamed interior of the world's largest rain forest?
"21.03.2017 03:55:00" nytimes.com A Putin Opponent Is Doused in Green. He Makes It Work. Alexei Navalny, a charismatic critic of Russian President Vladimir V. Putin, was doused with a green liquid but gave the attack a positive spin. Alexei Navalny, a critic of Vladimir Putin, was doused with a bright green liquid by an unknown assailant who pretended to shake his hand.
"21.03.2017 03:25:00" nytimes.com Comey's Haunting News on Trump and Russia The F.B.I. chief's disclosure of an inquiry into possible election collusion makes a special prosecutor and a select congressional committee crucial. From The New York Times Opinion Section: Possible election collusion makes a special prosecutor and a select congressional committee crucial.
"21.03.2017 02:55:00" nytimes.com What Investigation? G.O.P. Responds to F.B.I. Inquiry by Changing Subject As the F.B.I. director acknowledged an investigation into ties between presidential associates and Russia, Republicans instead focused on leaks to news organizations. The response from Republicans was striking: shrugging off the FBI investigation and demanding a focus on leaks.
"21.03.2017 02:25:00" nytimes.com So, What Is Trump Hiding? Fifty years of reporting has taught me that presidents attack the press only to cover their tracks. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "If the Trump campaign is innocent of illicit Russian connections, why not welcome the investigation and clear the air?"
"21.03.2017 01:55:13" nytimes.com Trump's Weary Defenders Face Fresh Worries The obsessiveness and ferocity of Mr. Trump's pushback against the Russia allegations, often untethered from fact, is making an uncertain situation worse. Even Sean Spicer told allies that Trump's tweets are making his job tougher.
"21.03.2017 01:25:00" lens.blogs.nytimes.com This Jewish Photographer Documented a Nazi-Controlled Ghetto The Nazis pressed Henryk Ross into service as the official photographer in the Lodz ghetto in Poland, where he also surreptitiously recorded the devastating realities of daily life. This photographer put 6,000 negatives in canisters and buried them by his house. There needed to be “some record of our tragedy,” he said.
"21.03.2017 00:55:00" nytimes.com Paul Manafort, Former Trump Campaign Chief, Faces New Allegations in Ukraine An invoice seems to show a payment to him of $750,000, disguised as a sale of computers. A spokesman for Mr. Manafort dismissed it all as “baseless.” The intrigue surrounding Paul Manafort took another turn on Monday.
"21.03.2017 00:25:00" nytimes.com Despite Trust, Ivanka Trump Still Wields Power Over Her Brand Ms. Trump may address potential conflicts by recusing herself from related White House business or by vetoing a deal for her company, said an ethics lawyer who advises her. “There's no enforcement,” an ethics adviser said of Ivanka Trump's trust.
"20.03.2017 23:58:33" nytimes.com 6 Highlights From the Gorsuch Confirmation Hearing At the hearing for Mr. Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Senator Richard J. Durbin addressed “a courtesy which Senate Republicans denied” to Judge Merrick B. Garland. Ted Cruz said the Supreme Court vacancy figured into the election results and conferred a “super-legitimacy” on Neil Gorsuch because voters had their say.
"20.03.2017 23:25:01" nytimes.com All the President's Lies The untruths about Russia are escalating. From The New York Times Opinion Section: "The 9th week of Trump's presidency began with the FBI director calling him a liar."
"20.03.2017 22:55:01" nytimes.com Hedge Fund Titan's Surefire Bet Turns Into a $4 Billion Loss William A. Ackman was on his way to being a legend of Wall Street — until one of his biggest wagers went very wrong. Wall Street is riveted by the wrong-way bet since it seems to confirm an age-old investing truth: Karma has everyone's address.
"20.03.2017 22:25:00" nytimes.com Highlights From the House Hearing on Russian Interference in the U.S. Election The F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, confirmed an investigation into possible collusion by the Trump campaign and Russia. Here are the other key takeaways. Here are 5 important takeaways.
"20.03.2017 21:55:00" nytimes.com Popular Prostate Cancer Therapy Is Short, Intense and Unproved Researchers hope a study will shed some light on a cancer treatment, using radiation, that is growing in popularity and surrounded by questions. Is it better to get 5 intense treatments over 2 weeks or 40 over 2 months? No one knows, but shorter radiation treatment is surging in popularity.
"20.03.2017 21:25:00" nytimes.com That's Not the Burglar Growling. It's His Stomach. It's a peculiar but not uncommon occurrence: criminals who pause for a snack, or even a full meal, in the middle of a burglary. The phenomenon of the hungry burglar is timeless.
"20.03.2017 20:55:00" nytimes.com Pop a Pill for Heartburn? Try Diet and Exercise Instead Proton pump inhibitors are linked to problems like nutrient deficiencies, joint pain, bone fractures, heart attacks and dementia. A pill is not always the best solution for what ails you.
"20.03.2017 20:40:00" Shanghai Holdout Defies a High-Rise Boom As massive skyscrapers rise up in Shanghai, some residents are resisting the demolition of their homes. The construction continues around them. #Daily360
"20.03.2017 20:25:02" nytimes.com Will Gorsuch Join Justices in Time to Matter This Term? To confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch before the current Supreme Court term ends, Senate Republicans will have to move with exceptional speed. Senate Republicans are in race against the clock.