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"24.10.2016 17:55:00" nytimes.com Kevin Meaney, Veteran Stand-Up Comedian, Dies at 60 Mr. Meaney, who impersonated famous singers from the charity hit song “We Are the World,” also appeared regularly on television shows, including “Saturday Night Live” and “30 Rock.” “I told the priest I was gay, and it was very difficult to tell him that. And now we're dating.”
"24.10.2016 17:25:00" instagram.com Instagram photo by New York Times Archives • Oct 24, 2016 at 12:17pm UTC See this Instagram photo by @nytarchives • 162 likes The George Washington Bridge opened 85 years ago today. It was 8 months ahead of schedule and it cost considerably less than its original estimates.
Photo: The New York Times (via instagram.com/nytarchives)
"24.10.2016 16:57:16" nytimes.com What Wives Want: To Keep Their Names. What Courts Call Them: Scofflaws. Women trying to overturn a century-old law that requires married couples to use one surname, almost always the husband's, are getting no help from judges. Japan's prime minister says he wants a society where all women can "shine." They say it's hard to do that when they can't even use their own surnames.
"24.10.2016 16:25:31" A Question of Semantics Is Donald J. Trump saying "bigly" or "big league"? We asked the experts.
Read more: http://nyti.ms/2enmSZe
"24.10.2016 15:55:01" nytimes.com Lawyers for Adnan Syed, of 'Serial' Podcast, Ask Court to Free Him on Bail If Mr. Syed is released while awaiting a retrial in the killing of Hae Min Lee, it would be his first time out of prison in over 15 years. If the motion is granted, Adnan Syed, whose murder case was spotlighted on the "Serial" podcast, would be free for the first time in more than 15 years.
"24.10.2016 15:25:00" nytimes.com Gordon Hamilton, Climate Scientist, Dies in Accident in Antarctica The 50-year-old University of Maine researcher, who was studying changes in sea levels, died when his snowmobile went into a crevasse. A climate scientist died in Antarctica when his snowmobile went into a 100-foot-deep crevasse.
"24.10.2016 14:55:00" nytimes.com Making Sense of AT&T's Bid for Time Warner The proposed $85 billion merger faces tough regulatory scrutiny, but the potential to challenge cable companies may make a compelling case. Many worry that AT&T is going to use Time Warner's content as a weapon against its rivals.
"24.10.2016 14:25:01" nytimes.com The Death Penalty, Nearing Its End Americans' appetite for this barbaric practice diminishes with each passing year. The signs of capital punishment's impending demise are all around, the Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"24.10.2016 14:14:39" Video From The New York Times We're giving you a behind the scenes tour of The New York Times archives, known as the “Morgue.” NYT reporter Emma Fitzsimmons is showing you how she used the archives in the reporting of her story on New York City's Second Avenue subway line. Join us for a tour of The New York Times archives, known as the “Morgue.” Times reporter Emma Fitzsimmons is showing you how she used the archives in the reporting of her story on New York City's Second Avenue subway line.
"24.10.2016 13:55:00" nytimes.com WikiLeaks' Gift to American Democracy Revelations about Donald Trump and the Clinton campaign have pulled back the curtain on the political-celebrity mythmaking the media too often abets. "Thanks, Vladimir Putin. Now, ready to share your emails?" Jim Rutenberg writes.
"24.10.2016 13:25:00" nytimes.com Yes, Trump Really Is Saying 'Big League,' Not 'Bigly,' Linguists Say An unusual turn of phrase, combined with Donald Trump's unique pronunciation of it, has confused, and amused, listeners. We talked to the experts to find out what Donald J. Trump really is saying.
"24.10.2016 12:55:00" nytimes.com It's Trump's Party Don't let anyone pretend otherwise. Everyone who endorsed Donald J. Trump in the past owns him now; it's far too late to get a refund, Paul Krugman writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"24.10.2016 12:25:00" nytimes.com After Almost a Century, Second Avenue Subway Is Oh-So-Close to Arriving Service on the new line's first leg should start in December, transit officials say. But the testing of some features could mean a delayed opening — one more for a project that dates to the 1920s. The Second Avenue subway was an unfinished dream for nearly 100 years. In just a few months, it'll be up and running — probably.
"24.10.2016 11:55:01" nytimes.com Why the Justice Dept. Will Have Far Fewer Watchdogs in Polling Places Officials say their hands are tied by a Supreme Court ruling. The Justice Department will send special election observers to only 4 states on Election Day.
"24.10.2016 11:25:01" nytimes.com For Republicans Abandoning Donald Trump, Obama Has a Message: 'Too Late' The president, widening his attack on Mr. Trump, excoriated Representative Joe Heck of Nevada and others for failing to reject the candidate earlier. "Now that Trump's poll numbers are cratering, he said, 'I'm not supporting him'? Too late! You don't get credit for that," Barack Obama said about Rep Joe Heck.
"24.10.2016 10:55:01" well.blogs.nytimes.com Can a Child Drink Too Much Milk? Cow's milk is an excellent source of nutrients for kids, but drinking too much can cause nutritional imbalances. How much is too much?
"24.10.2016 10:30:01" nytimes.com Your Monday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Daily Briefing: Here's what you need to know today.
"24.10.2016 09:55:00" nytimes.com Brazil's Merchants of Death A country that was once famous for its peacekeeping has become a deadly player in the global arms industry. The fingerprints of Brazil's largest arms companies are turning up in a growing number of the world's hot spots. Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"24.10.2016 09:27:00" nytimes.com Were You Swept Up Under Britain's Anti-Gay Laws? If you or someone you know was convicted in Britain under old laws against homosexuality, The New York Times would like to hear your story. Were you or someone you know convicted under Britain's anti-gay laws? We'd like to hear your story.
"24.10.2016 09:04:30" nytimes.com Tom Hayden, Civil Rights and Antiwar Activist Turned Lawmaker, Dies at 76 Mr. Hayden, one of the nation's most visible radicals in the 1960s and early '70s, was a founder of Students for a Democratic Society and a former husband of Jane Fonda. Breaking News: Tom Hayden, a leader of the civil rights and antiwar movements in the 1960s who later became a California lawmaker, has died.
"24.10.2016 08:55:00" nytimes.com Turkey's Push to Join Battle for Mosul Inflames Tension With Iraq President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's insistence on a direct role, citing a “historical responsibility” that Iraq rejects, is undermining American goals in the region. If Turkish forces intervene in Mosul, they will not "be in a picnic," the Iraqi prime minister said.
"24.10.2016 08:28:38" nytimes.com France Begins to Clear 'the Jungle,' a Migrant Camp Outside Calais The sprawling camp has become an eyesore and a symbol of the country's struggle to get a handle on the problem. The migrants will be sent to towns large and small, and given a time to apply for asylum.
"24.10.2016 07:55:00" nytimes.com Living in China's Expanding Deserts For years, China's deserts spread at an annual rate of more than 1,300 square miles. People on the edges of China's deserts are being displaced by climate change.
"24.10.2016 07:25:00" nytimes.com 'The Walking Dead' Season 7 Premiere: Negan's Victim Is Revealed The show's new villain killed a core character in Sunday's Season 7 premiere. If you watched the season premiere of "The Walking Dead," what did you think?(Spoilers ahead.)
"24.10.2016 06:55:00" nytimes.com Pardon the American Taliban John Walker Lindh was motivated by youthful idealism when he aided the Taliban. As a 24-year-old in Africa in the 1960s, I was no different. An argument for why President Obama should pardon John Walker Lindh, the American Taliban.
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"24.10.2016 05:25:00" nytimes.com In Russia's 'Frozen Zone,' a Creeping Border With Georgia Russia keeps inching into Georgia with ever more ingenious boundary markings that only it and three other nations recognize as real. Under cover of night, Russia inches forward into Georgia, with barbed wire and mysterious "state border" signs.
"24.10.2016 04:55:01" nytimes.com Recent Incidents Put a New Focus on Sexual Assault on Airplanes Recent sexual assaults — and allegations that Donald J. Trump once groped a passenger — have prompted questions about safety on airline flights. A middle-aged priest. A 26-year-old woman. A registered sex offender.
3 people with one thing in common: All were accused of sexually assaulting fellow passengers on airplanes.
"24.10.2016 03:55:00" nytimes.com How to Repair Moral Capital The task ahead: globalism with solidarity. We have a giant task of moral repair ahead of us. That starts with a renunciation of the Donald J. Trump style, David Brooks writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"24.10.2016 03:25:00" nytimes.com Obama Assists 150 State Candidates, Targeting G.O.P.'s Grip on Legislatures Republicans control most statehouse chambers, but with Donald J. Trump stumbling, Democrats hope for down-ballot gains in Minnesota, Colorado, Nevada and elsewhere. President Obama and his fellow Democrats have a long way to go: Republicans effectively control 68 of 99 statehouse chambers.
"24.10.2016 02:55:00" nytimes.com Making Promises We Cannot Keep Even when the compassionate part of me aches to alleviate my patients' fears, I should know better than to make promises I can't keep. "Promise me I won't die here," the hospital patient said. "Promise me."
"I promise I will let you know the moment we're concerned about you," her doctor replied.
"24.10.2016 02:15:00" nytimes.com Making Latino Life Visible John Leguizamo guest edits this week's Race/Related newsletter, calling for a 'Latino Spring' at the ballot box, and highlighting his favorite sources of empowerment. "Latinos need to demand our place in American history, and in corporate, political and social fields. We must demand an equal share of the American dream, and not accept a downgraded version of it," writes John Leguizamo.
Besides voting, what else, if
"24.10.2016 01:55:00" nytimes.com 'Moonlight': Is This the Year's Best Movie? Our critic A.O. Scott says this film about a young black man's coming of age is both a disarmingly personal film and an urgent social document. " 'Moonlight' dwells on the dignity, beauty and terrible vulnerability of black bodies, on the existential and physical matter of black lives."
"24.10.2016 01:23:16" nytimes.com Surfing 100 Miles Above the Arctic Circle There's a thriving surf scene in Norway's Lofoten Islands, where the waves are cold and the air is colder. "The first time I was here, my heart was pounding. I felt small, scared. But you also connect with nature, and it embraces you."
"24.10.2016 00:51:55" Surfing 100 Miles Above the Arctic Circle "Your brain freezes. It starts on top and moves to the side of your ears. Like a vise. Your chin gets stiff. We tried to whistle but we couldn't. But it was fun to surf someplace that's never been surfed." http://nyti.ms/2dYRFdk
"24.10.2016 00:22:30" nytimes.com Fantasy Sports Companies Near Settlement With New York State DraftKings and FanDuel are close to an agreement with New York's attorney general over claims that they engaged in false advertising, according to two people familiar with the discussions. The agreement was expected to cost DraftKings and FanDuel a total of $8 million to $12 million.
"23.10.2016 23:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Spicy Sichuan Noodles Recipe This recipe for spicy peanut noodles is adapted from Ken Hom, the chef and cookbook author best known for his BBC television show "Ken Hom's Chinese Cookery." It is incredibly easy to put together on a weeknight, yet loaded with complex flavors and 25 minutes to delicious spicy noodles. (via The New York Times Food)
"23.10.2016 23:25:00" nytimes.com Review: 'Man With a Plan' Dusts Off a Dated Premise Matt LeBlanc plays a dad who assumes a more hands-on role in taking care of his three children when his wife returns to work. Our TV critic's take: In whatever year CBS teleported Matt LeBlanc's new show from, the idea that Mom has a job and Dad is a caretaker was remarkable enough to be the premise of an entire sitcom.
"23.10.2016 22:55:00" nytimes.com No Easy Mold to Fill to Become a Latino Texas Politician There are more Latino elected officials in Texas than any other state, and even though most are Democrats, they represent an electorate split along racial, ethnic, party and socioeconomic lines. It's not just red or blue in Texas. For many Latino politicians, it's reddish-blue or bluish-red.
"23.10.2016 21:55:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump's Threat to Reject Election Results Alarms Scholars Mr. Trump's claims that the vote will be “rigged” and “taken away from us” erodes popular faith in democracy, political scientists say. "It's a shock. This is the stuff that we see in Russia and Venezuela and Azerbaijan and Malawi and Bangladesh, and that we don't see in stable democracies anywhere."
"23.10.2016 21:25:00" nytimes.com 'The Walking Dead': 7 Questions for the Season 7 Premiere The show will return to AMC on Sunday in an episode that is probably its most anticipated to date, after leaving fans hanging last season. Who's getting the bat? And 6 other questions for the season premiere of "The Walking Dead."
"23.10.2016 20:55:00" nytimes.com Hillary Clinton Presses Her Advantage Over a Struggling Donald Trump With a strong lead in national polls, Mrs. Clinton is urging core Democratic constituencies to vote early in states where balloting has begun. Hillary Clinton is urging core Democratic constituencies to vote early where they can. By running up a lead ahead of Nov. 8 in states like North Carolina and Florida, she could make it very difficult for Donald J. Trump to come back.
"23.10.2016 20:25:00" nytimes.com The Corporate Confidence of the AT&T-Time Warner Deal Big deals are usually postponed during times of political and economic uncertainty, but many corporate titans apparently see smooth sailing ahead. Not everyone is benefiting from that confidence in the C-suite. Millions of Americans are feeling left behind.
"23.10.2016 19:55:00" nytimes.com N.F.L. Faces Scrutiny Again After Unsteady Steps to Punish Domestic Violence A six-game suspension was introduced after the Ray Rice case, but several players, including Giants kicker Josh Brown, have avoided punishment of that length. The NFL's policy of a 6-game suspension for players found to have committed domestic abuse? It's rarely enforced.
"23.10.2016 19:25:00" nytimes.com Two Trillion Galaxies, at the Very Least Once you get past a couple of hundred billion, who's counting? There are at least 2 trillion galaxies. Here's why that number is important.
"23.10.2016 18:55:01" nytimes.com Children Don't Always Live I lost a child, and yet I chose to become a father again. Is that bravery or stupidity? His daughter, Greta, was 2 when she died — or rather, when she was killed. He chose to become a father again. "There can be no greater definition of stupidity or bravery; insanity or clarity; hubris or grace."
Read on in The New York Times Opinion
"23.10.2016 18:25:00" nytimes.com Junya Watanabe, One of Fashion's Foremost Thinkers The designer rips apart and reconstructs fashion with obsessive intellect. In a rare interview, he illuminates the ideas behind his radical clothing. Junya Watanabe has created garments that have shifted the way people think about clothing, not just fashion.
"23.10.2016 17:55:01" nytimes.com Go Midwest, Young Hipster If you really want Democrats to win in Iowa, move there. "Democrats just don't want to live where they'd need to live to turn more of the map blue."
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"23.10.2016 17:25:01" nytimes.com Is It Time for Wonder Woman to Hang Up Her Bathing Suit? Now that she is 75, a United Nations honorary ambassador and a symbol of female empowerment, the most famous female superhero may deserve a new look. Wonder Woman's clothes have not caught up with her politics. (via The New York Times Styles)
"23.10.2016 17:08:53" nytimes.com Tom Hanks Visits 'S.N.L.' to Parody Last Presidential Debate In the show's opening sketch, Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon reprised their roles as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, with Mr. Hanks playing the moderator Chris Wallace. "Tonight is going to be a lot like the third 'Lord of the Rings' movie. You don't really wanna watch, but hey, you've come this far." — Tom Hanks, playing Chris Wallace of Fox News on "Saturday Night Live"
"23.10.2016 16:55:01" nytimes.com The Dangers of Hillary Clinton The safer choice has perils of her own. "Passing on the plane-crash candidate doesn't mean ignoring the dangers of his rival."
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"23.10.2016 16:25:00" nytimes.com Chicago Cubs Banish Decades of Anguish From Wrigley The Cubs will play in their first World Series in 71 years filled with confidence, a feeling not usually associated with the franchise. Finally.
"23.10.2016 15:55:00" How to Make Cauliflower Parmesan Cauliflower parmesan? Move over, eggplant.
Get the recipe from The New York Times Food: http://nyti.ms/1Xfp0Qp
"23.10.2016 15:35:13" nytimes.com Bob Dylan's Silence on Nobel Prize Is Called 'Impolite and Arrogant' by Academy Member The criticism of Mr. Dylan came from Per Wastberg, a writer and member of the Swedish Academy that awards the honor. His comments were reported by a Swedish newspaper. The saga of Bob Dylan and the Nobel Prize continues.
"23.10.2016 14:55:01" nytimes.com 'Not a Regular Day': What a Trump Rally Clash Reveals About a Divided Nation In June in San Jose, Calif., a tug of war over a sign supporting Donald J. Trump sent one man to jail and another man to self-reflection. This is their story. A tug of war over a Donald J. Trump sign has sent one man to jail for 6 days and left another lamenting the loss of civility in America's democracy.
"23.10.2016 14:25:01" nytimes.com 'Ladies First': Saudi Arabia's Female Candidates In Saudi Arabia, women still can't drive. But they have been recently granted the right to vote and to run in an election. In this documentary, The Times's Mona El-Naggar takes us inside the ultraconservative kingdom and into the largely inaccessible In Saudi Arabia, women can't drive, can't travel without a man's permission and can't dress freely. But when the country granted them the right to run for office for the first time, hundreds of Saudi women raised their hands. Here are the stories of 3
"23.10.2016 13:55:00" nytimes.com Can Trump Help Us Bridge the 'God Gulf'? The crisis among evangelicals over supporting Donald Trump's candidacy has also provided an opportunity. "Liberals haven't given enough credit to the many conservative Christians who have made the wrenching decision to condemn Donald Trump."
—Nicholas Kristof, in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"23.10.2016 12:55:00" nytimes.com Mark Duplass: The First Time I Fell in Love Mr. Duplass, who wrote, produced and stars in the new film “Blue Jay,” recalls being a teenage romantic in New Orleans and falling head over heels. He was 14 when he first fell in love. But things slowly became more complicated.
"23.10.2016 11:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Lemon Drizzle Cake Recipe This light and moist lemon poundcake has a crunchy sugar glaze that crystallizes on top, giving a contrasting texture to the soft crumb underneath It's an easy-to-make, crowd-pleasing cake that's excellent on its own but takes well to embellishments A An homage to "The Great British Bake Off."
"23.10.2016 10:25:00" nytimes.com The Malibu Juice Magnate How Khalil Rafati, a former addict, started a wildly successful SunLife juice chain in Malibu, the toughest of markets. “That drink saved my life; it's a game changer.” Khalil Rafati is 46, but he shouldn't be. He should be dead.
"23.10.2016 08:55:00" nytimes.com Scotland Embraces Gay Politicians in a Profound Cultural Shift Once known as a bastion of social conservatism, Scotland has changed dramatically in a generation, not least through the election of gay candidates. "Scotland has the gayest Parliament in the world," one expert said.
"23.10.2016 07:25:00" nytimes.com Lady Gaga's Stripped-Down New Album Fishes for Inspiration In “Joanne,” the pop star may have aimed for transparency, but her songs are neither daring nor radical, and they feel like concepts in search of a home. Our review of Lady Gaga's new album, "Joanne."
"23.10.2016 05:55:00" nytimes.com Galaxy Note 7 Recall Dismays South Korea, the 'Republic of Samsung' The withdrawal of the Galaxy Note 7, because it is prone to catch fire, is a source of humiliation to many in a country that had prided itself on the company's success. “Whether we like it or not, Samsung is to the global market what our national team is in the Olympics."
"23.10.2016 04:25:00" nytimes.com Mahershala Ali? You've Surely Seen His Face This actor's rise, through roles in “House of Cards,” “Moonlight” and “Luke Cage,” is the result of deliberate choices. Between "Marvel's Luke Cage," "Moonlight" and "House of Cards," Mahershala Ali is keenly aware that this is his moment.
"23.10.2016 02:55:00" nytimes.com The Battle for Mosul, in One Image Raging fires and smoke revealed the front lines of the battle to retake the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul, Iraq. The smoke plumes are from bombings, U.S. airstrikes and smoke screens created by Islamic State militants.
"23.10.2016 02:47:07" nytimes.com Cubs Defeat Dodgers to Clinch First Pennant Since 1945 Willson Contreras and Anthony Rizzo hit home runs off Dodgers starter Clayton Kershaw to advance Chicago to the World Series, where the Cleveland Indians await. The Chicago Cubs are going to their first World Series since 1945. They beat the Los Angeles Dodgers, 5-0, to advance and face the Cleveland Indians.
"23.10.2016 01:25:00" nytimes.com Battle Over Indians' Name and Logo Moves to the World Series A Native American advocacy group is planning to protest against the Chief Wahoo logo and the team's name at all the upcoming World Series games in Cleveland. The Cleveland Indians are headed to the World Series. So are the protests over their name and logo.
"22.10.2016 23:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Recording Narrows Divide on Sexual Assault A three-minute clip of Mr. Trump boasting about groping women appears to have prompted a change in consciousness that usually takes decades. A three-minute recording of Donald J. Trump may have prompted a change in public consciousness about sexual assault and consent.
"22.10.2016 22:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Sautéed Brussels Sprouts and Apple With Prosciutto Recipe At the elegant restaurant Piora in the West Village, the chef Chris Cipollone separates each brussels sprout into individual leaves to make this autumnal dish Thinly slicing the sprouts is faster, though less refined The slivered sprouts are then sautéed Sweet and salty and perfect. (via The New York Times Food)
"22.10.2016 22:25:00" nytimes.com A New Era of Internet Attacks Powered by Everyday Devices The attack on the web's infrastructure laid bare new vulnerabilities linked to our reliance on cameras, smart thermostats and the rest of the internet of things. Hackers attacked the Internet using web-connected devices. It was a reminder of how billions of ordinary things can be turned to vicious purposes.
"22.10.2016 21:55:01" nytimes.com Out of 'The Real World,' a Relationship That Has Endured The reality-television veterans Dr. Pamela Ling and Judd Winick had people rooting for their relationship long before they even began dating. This is the true story of 2 strangers picked to live in a house and have their lives taped. And after that "Real World" season was over, they started dating.
"22.10.2016 21:25:00" nytimes.com The Siege Starts Without Warning Twenty-four years ago I was a young man in Sarajevo. Now I watch Aleppo and imagine what life is like there. "I woke one morning 24 years ago to find a war all around me. The night before I had been at a concert."
Read more from The New York Times Opinion Section.
"22.10.2016 20:55:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump Visits Gettysburg and Battles On Donald J. Trump went the historic town for what was supposed to be a major policy speech. He spent much of it dwelling on grievances. In his own Gettysburg address, Donald J. Trump did not seem to embrace Abraham Lincoln's unifying ambition.
"22.10.2016 20:25:01" nytimes.com Missouri Becomes a Key Arena in the Volatile Fight for Senate Control Individual state dynamics, candidate quality and a last-minute spending spree have had as much to do with the shifting prospects as the top of the ticket. Six months ago, Democrats seemed to have no shot in Missouri. Now it's a key battleground in the fight for control of the Senate.
"22.10.2016 19:55:01" nytimes.com A Missing Persons Case: Where Are Women in F.B.I.'s Top Ranks? The F.B.I. has faltered recently in adding female agents and putting more women into senior management, which the bureau has agreed is a problem. The FBI "seems to be going backwards," one former employee said. "They need to do something to turn that around."
"22.10.2016 19:29:48" nytimes.com The Pieces of Zadie Smith Briton, Jamaican, mother, writer, female: on becoming whole with one of this generation's most vital literary voices. "I've always felt very cringe-y about myself," Zadie Smith said. "Fiction is a useful way of getting around it or disguising oneself one way or another."
"22.10.2016 18:55:00" nytimes.com New Climate-Friendlier Coolant Has a Catch: It's Flammable An alternative to hydrofluorocarbons for use in cars' air-conditioners has far less impact on global warming but raises concerns about safety as well as cost. It's better for the environment than the hydrofluorocarbons in refrigerators and air-conditioners. But it's flammable.
"22.10.2016 18:14:11" nytimes.com AT&T Agrees to Buy Time Warner for More Than $80 Billion The potential union would probably face heavy scrutiny from government regulators. Breaking News: AT&T has agreed to buy Time Warner for more than $80 billion. The potential mega-merger would face intense regulatory scrutiny.
"22.10.2016 17:55:00" nytimes.com Outside Money Favors Hillary Clinton at a 2-to-1 Rate Over Donald Trump Organizations supporting Mrs. Clinton have raised nearly $200 million, defying expectations that conservatives and corporations would dominate spending. Six years after Citizens United, it's Democrats supporting Hillary Clinton who are pouring money into the 2016 presidential race.
"22.10.2016 17:24:21" nytimes.com At 2 D.C. Cemeteries, History in Black and White There is an effort to restore Mount Zion, a run-down black cemetery in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, next to the lush Oak Hill, where a mostly white elite is buried. One cemetery: The well-tended graves of congressmen.
The other, next to it: The broken gravestones of slaves, freedmen and mostly black citizens.
"22.10.2016 16:55:00" nytimes.com I Paid $2,500 for a 'Hamilton' Ticket. I'm Happy About It. High prices are a natural reflection of great demand and scant supply. In a free market, they are inevitable until demand subsides or supply expands. Why one economist thinks high ticket prices for Hamilton: An American Musical may not be so bad.
(via The Upshot)
"22.10.2016 16:25:00" nytimes.com 'Heal the Painful Divide in Our Country' Our Top 10 Comments of the Week: Readers debate whether voter fraud exists, the politics of late-term abortion and touchdown celebrations. Our top 10 comments of the week.
"22.10.2016 15:55:00" nytimes.com Don't Take Donald Trump to Dinner Like so much else, he found a way to ruin a 70-year-old tradition where candidates show up for inoffensive fun. "The evidence continues to mount: There is nothing in the world that Donald Trump can't make worse."
Read more from Gail Collins in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"22.10.2016 15:25:00" nytimes.com Should You Let Your Dog Lick Your Face? There are potential hazards. Some bacteria in dogs' mouths are zoonotic, meaning the animals can pass them to humans and cause disease, experts say. "I still don't let Sunny and Bo lick me, because when I walk them on the side lawn, some of the things I see them picking up and chewing on, I don't want that, man," President Barack Obama said in an interview with Wired magazine.
"22.10.2016 14:55:01" nytimes.com The Clinton and Trump Foundations Are Vastly Different. Here's How. A comparison of the Clinton and Trump Foundations and the controversies that surround them. They're different sizes, they have different purposes and they face different controversies.
"22.10.2016 14:16:45" nytimes.com They Took In One Refugee Family. But Families Don't Have Borders. When ordinary Canadians signed up to help Syrian refugees, neither group expected to face agonizing questions from half a world away. Once you help a family in need, how far would you go to help the family's relatives?
"22.10.2016 13:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Lasagna Recipe In 2001, Regina Schrambling went on a week long odyssey in search of the ultimate lasagna recipe She tested several, and finally found her ideal in a mash-up of recipes from Giuliano Bugialli and Elodia Rigante, both Italian cookbook authors “If there Just what the weekend calls for. (via The New York Times Food)
"22.10.2016 12:55:01" Timeline Photos While the most indelible images from the civil rights era were of protest and conflict in the South, a new book explores the discrimination African-Americans struggled against in the North and elsewhere. http://nyti.ms/2eyqBkJ
Photo: Bob Adelman
"22.10.2016 11:55:00" nytimes.com Think Your Retirement Plan Is Bad? Talk to a Teacher Schoolteachers and others who pursue careers of service in exchange for modest paychecks get lightly regulated retirement plans that often charge excessive fees. People in careers like teaching and social work can end up with retirement plans that whittle away their savings with excessive fees.
"22.10.2016 10:55:00" nytimes.com How Charges of Voter Fraud Became a Political Strategy Donald Trump's warnings of a rigged election echo a longtime Republican emphasis on voting fraud — one that experts call misguided. Donald J. Trump warnings of a rigged election echo a longtime GOP emphasis on voting fraud — one that experts call misguided.
"22.10.2016 09:55:01" cooking.nytimes.com Apple Bourbon Bundt Cake Recipe One of my favorite pie alternatives is bundt cake A hearty spice-filled bundt cake made from grated apples and toasted nuts, then soaked in whiskey syrup, defies the cliché of Thanksgiving dessert, yet keeps well within its harvest-time paradigm Plus, a "A friend told me that he licked the plate before he returned it to me!!" — Debbie, a reader
"22.10.2016 08:55:00" nytimes.com The New Blue and Red: An Educational Split Is Replacing the Culture War The traditional red-state, blue-state map of the 2000-2012 era was driven in part by cultural issues like abortion and same-sex marriage. Not this year. Education has emerged as a crucial determinant in whether people choose Hillary Clinton or Donald J. Trump.
"22.10.2016 07:55:00" nytimes.com Flee or Stay? For Mosul Residents, Both Choices Are Risky As the offensive to retake Mosul, Iraq, from the Islamic State heats up, residents can stay and hope for the best, or flee and possibly become refugees. Mosul civilians' dilemma: Stay and be a siege hostage, or go and face risk and deprivation.
"22.10.2016 06:55:00" nytimes.com Philippines 'Separation' From U.S. Jilts Hillary Clinton, Too A rift would be personal for Mrs. Clinton who, as secretary of state, laid the groundwork for President Obama's focus on Asia. When the Philippines appeared to jilt the U.S. in favor of China, it also repudiated Hillary Clinton, who, as secretary of state, laid the groundwork for President Obama's focus on Asia.
"22.10.2016 05:55:00" nytimes.com Falling in Love With Italy's Blissful, Rustic Aeolian Islands Where simplicity is luxury, time slows to the roll of the Mediterranean and meals are rivaled only by the crisp white wine. On Italy's Aeolian Islands, there is little to acquire besides a tan.
"22.10.2016 04:55:00" nytimes.com Could Donald Trump Reject the Election Results? Yes. Would It Do Any Good? Nope. Should either candidate refuse to accept the outcome on Nov. 8, there are a number of ways he or she could try to change it, but they are nearly all on a state-by-state basis. There are a number of ways a candidate could try to change the outcome, but they are nearly all on a state-by-state basis.
"22.10.2016 04:25:00" cooking.nytimes.com Coffee Walnut Layer Cake Recipe This is a subtle cake: the coffee tempers the sweetness, and the buttery sweetness keeps it all mellow Even if you don't make cakes, this one is a cinch Don't be alarmed if the two sponge layers look thin when you unmold them "This is just ridiculously good – easy and decadent at the same time." — a reader
"22.10.2016 03:55:00" nytimes.com Trump in April: If I Lose, 'I'll Let It All Out' Making sense of the last days of an improbable campaign. “Either I'll win and I'll be a terrific president,” Donald J. Trump said, “or I'll lose, and I'll let it all out.”
"22.10.2016 03:25:00" nytimes.com On the Water, and Into the Wild The lakes and forests of Minnesota's Boundary Waters transport you to a time when nature was not a thing at the edge of civilization, but a world unto itself. The lakes and forests of Minnesota's Boundary Waters transport you to a time when nature was not a thing at the edge of civilization, but a world unto itself.
"22.10.2016 02:55:00" nytimes.com Thank You, Donald Trump His boasts have shown what women endure every day. When Donald J. Trump called Hillary Clinton a “nasty woman,” when he interrupted her, when he said he viewed her from behind and didn't like what he saw, women heard the echoes of the boorish boss and the bad boyfriend, Susan Chira writes in The New York
"22.10.2016 02:25:01" nytimes.com My Divorce, My Father, My Mistake Making assumptions about a parent's silence. A daughter makes the wrong assumption about her father's silence.
"22.10.2016 01:55:00" nytimes.com Debate-Watching With Hillary Clinton's BFFs Spending an evening with the candidate's childhood friends. They were there when Hillary Clinton ran for student council president in high school, and they'll be there on Election Day.
"22.10.2016 01:25:00" What's it like to grow up in NYC? A dozen kids told us their stories, and sent us videos shot on their phones.
"22.10.2016 00:55:00" nytimes.com Cropped Out of My Own Fantasy A young woman relies on carefully crafted images to present her relationship in the best light, until the picture no longer includes her. "I always felt as if I had to prove to everyone that he and I were happy and our relationship was legitimate, and social media helped."
"22.10.2016 00:35:00" nytimes.com American Gut Check Trump is bereft of patriotism, and seems to hate the country he wants to lead. "The best presidents are aspirational, urging us to climb every mountain and ford every stream. Donald J. Trump has never been able to make it out of the gutter," Timothy Egan writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"22.10.2016 00:10:00" nytimes.com What You Should Watch This Weekend From the Watching team, expert TV and movie recommendations for the next few days. Grab the popcorn. (via NYT Watching)
"22.10.2016 00:01:01" nytimes.com New York Passes Law to Curb Airbnb Rentals Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has signed a bill that will impose fines up to $7,500 on hosts who rent out housing for fewer than 30 days. The bill will impose steep fines on Airbnb hosts who break local housing regulations.
"21.10.2016 23:37:58" cooking.nytimes.com Crab Cakes Baltimore-Style Recipe This is a classic crab cake inspired by those that were served at Obrycki's Crab House, a rollicking fish restaurant in a former row house on East Pratt Street in Baltimore They are simply delicious. "I have been making these crab cakes for years. It's the most authentic mid-Atlantic recipe I have come across! Absolutely delicious." - AnneC, a reader
"21.10.2016 23:07:24" nytimes.com Internet Attack Spreads, Disrupting Major Websites Users of Twitter, Netflix and other sites reported failures after a company managing crucial parts of the internet infrastructure said it was under attack. Breaking News: Hackers used web-connected devices like cameras to stage attacks that are disrupting sites like Twitter across the U.S.
"21.10.2016 22:56:29" nytimes.com Why Hillary Wins Memo to pundits: Maybe she actually deserves it. "Let's dispel with the fiction that Hillary Clinton is only where she is through a random stroke of good luck. She's a formidable figure, and has been all along," Paul Krugman writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"21.10.2016 22:25:00" nytimes.com Dark Spot in Mars Photo Is Probably Wreckage of European Spacecraft The remnants of the Schiaparelli lander seemed to appear on Mars in photos taken by a NASA orbiter, the European Space Agency said Friday. Soft landing? Nope. Probably an impact at almost 200 miles an hour into Mars.
"21.10.2016 21:56:43" nytimes.com Donald Trump, Somewhat Subdued, Admits He Might Lose Election At a rally in North Carolina, Donald Trump said he wanted to have no regrets if he lost the election to Hillary Clinton, who was campaigning Friday in Ohio. Donald J. Trump acknowledged the possibility that he might not end up in the White House, after all.
"21.10.2016 21:40:00" cooking.nytimes.com Things You Should Make, Not Buy Things You Should Make, Not Buy is a group of recipes collected by the editors of NYT Cooking Just sayin'.
"21.10.2016 21:25:00" nytimes.com Declaring 'That's Me,' and Empowering Latinas How a viral music video featuring a defiant and adorable little girl stood up to the anti-Latino rhetoric of the Trump campaign, and haters in general. Rarely in American life had popular culture created a young, brown, working-class character so heroic, free of victimhood, full of straight-up dignity.
"21.10.2016 20:55:00" nytimes.com Bob Dylan's New York: A Playlist Taking a tour of the New York that Bob Dylan called home? Here's a selected soundtrack for his city. Songs that "whisper of escapades out on the D train."
"21.10.2016 20:25:01" nytimes.com N.F.L. Shows It Doesn't Really Care About Domestic Violence In the case of Giants kicker Josh Brown, the league has showed that it hasn't learned much since its mishandling of the Ray Rice case. "The NFL does so many things that are inexplicable or inexcusable. But the way it treats women and the men who abuse them is on top of that list."
"21.10.2016 19:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Tomato Soup Recipe This recipe, adapted from Ted's Bulletin, an upscale comfort food diner in Washington, makes a simple yet satisfying soup. Just add grilled cheese.
"21.10.2016 19:40:01" nytimes.com What to do — and not do — for perfect eyebrows When it comes to grooming your brows, resist the urge to overdo it, says Sania Vucetaj, the owner of Sania's Brow Bar. Don't overdo it.
"21.10.2016 19:25:00" nytimes.com Making Latino Life Visible John Leguizamo guest edits this week's Race/Related newsletter, calling for a 'Latino Spring' at the ballot box, and highlighting his favorite sources of empowerment. "Donald J. Trump has done one good thing," John Leguizamo writes. "He has galvanized a conflicted and diverse community."
"21.10.2016 18:55:00" nytimes.com Widening Attack on G.O.P., Obama Targets Marco Rubio in Florida The president's criticism showcased a determination to broaden his indictment of Mr. Trump into an indictment of the Republican Party. Barack Obama isn't just going after Donald J. Trump. He's going after Trump's supporters in the Republican National Committee.
"21.10.2016 18:25:00" nytimes.com 'Nasty Woman': Why Men Insult Powerful Women Researchers say it's meant to play into stereotypes and the sense of discomfort with female politicians. "Calm down, dear."
"21.10.2016 18:10:04" nytimes.com How to write a cover letter people will actually read Know your audience, experts say, and don't just repeat what you say in your résumé. Skip the clichés and the platitudes.
"21.10.2016 17:55:00" nytimes.com Lady Gaga on Her New Album — and Everything That Came Before With “Joanne,” the inscrutable pop performer reveals her most arresting character yet: herself. To perform is not a need for Lady Gaga, it is a must: “My whole life is a theater piece.”
"21.10.2016 17:25:00" instagram.com Instagram photo by New York Times Archives • Oct 21, 2016 at 12:44pm UTC See this Instagram photo by @nytarchives • 195 likes From instagram.com/nytarchives: In its early days, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum was compared a hot-cross bun, a washing machine and “an inverted oatmeal dish.”
Photo: Sam Falk/The New York Times
"21.10.2016 16:57:56" nytimes.com Nintendo Switch Reaches for a New Market With Home-and-Mobile Console The Nintendo Switch can connect to a television or go mobile, an unproven strategy and one that differs from rivals gearing up for virtual reality. Nintendo seems focused on giving gamers more flexibility about where to play.
"21.10.2016 16:53:09" The New York Times - Science Can the wrong spicy pepper burn a hole in your esophagus? Three Times science reporters, Nicholas St.Fleur, James Gorman, and John Schwartz, dare to find out. Which peppers should they start with? Can the wrong spicy pepper burn a hole in your esophagus? Three reporters from The New York Times - Science dare to find out.
"21.10.2016 16:25:02" nytimes.com A Traveler's Guide to Customs: When to Shake Hands, Hug or Kiss You might end up touching noses in New Zealand, figuring out how many air kisses to give in France, or receiving a bone-crushing handshake in Russia. Four kisses or 2? Or just a single peck? Here's your guide to greetings around the world.
What has been your experience when you've traveled to different cities? Share your story in the comments.
"21.10.2016 16:10:03" nytimes.com Tips for handling a toxic co-worker (and how to avoid becoming one) There are three important steps: Identifying the problem, confiding in someone you trust, and creating a strategy. Beware the colleague who talks badly about other people.
"21.10.2016 15:55:00" nytimes.com Men Need Help. Is Hillary Clinton the Answer? We need “pink collar jobs” for everyone. "Angry white men are not likely to trust Hillary Clinton, Beltway politicians or the political system. But they will need their help." (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
If you're a man living in the U.S., what cultural or economic pressures have
"21.10.2016 15:40:01" Timeline Photos The White House, awash in pink light last night for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Photo: Al Drago/The New York Times
"21.10.2016 15:25:07" nytimes.com What 130 of the Worst Shootings Say About Guns in America A study of high-casualty attacks shows not only how porous firearms regulations are, but also how difficult tightening them in a meaningful way may be. What is the impact of background checks, gun permits and open-carry laws? The findings are dispiriting.
"21.10.2016 14:55:00" nytimes.com Sweet-Toothed Egypt Endures a Sugar Crisis: 'People Are Going to Snap' Shortages of sugar, a staple of the national diet, and of other products have led to brewing anger against President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. A sugar shortage has plunged Egyptians into a panic.
"21.10.2016 14:45:49" The New York Times - Well - Health Learn how ice hockey skates are made. NYT video journalist Nilo Tabrizy is at CCM Hockey factory in Quebec, looking at how NHL-caliber hockey skates get put together. Leave your questions in the comments. How are NHL-caliber hockey skates made? Join us live from the CCM Hockey factory for a behind the scenes look.
"21.10.2016 14:40:01" nytimes.com Five easy recipes to impress family and friends (and dates) From pasta to fish to dessert, dishes that look and taste labor-intensive but aren't. These are easy ways to show off your cooking skills.
"21.10.2016 14:33:21" nytimes.com Josh Brown's Past Admission of Domestic Abuse Causes N.F.L. to Reopen Inquiry In emails and journal entries released by the police, Brown wrote that he was “physically, emotionally and verbally” abusive to his wife. An owner of the New York Giants admitted that Josh Brown had told them about abusing his wife.
They decided to keep him on the roster.
"21.10.2016 13:52:42" nytimes.com No, It's Not Just You. The Internet Is Having Problems. Major websites were inaccessible to some users in the United States on Friday morning. Users reported problems with Twitter, Netflix, Spotify, Reddit, Etsy, SoundCloud, The New York Times and others.
"21.10.2016 13:40:00" nytimes.com Yes! Foods may fight acne Clearer skin may depend in part on eating a diet full of whole foods without too much sugar — along with a rainbow of fruits and vegetables. How changing your diet can help your skin.
"21.10.2016 13:25:00" nytimes.com Migrant Children in Calais 'Jungle' Face an Uncertain Fate The fate of the young migrants has become a major sticking point in the French government's plans to demolish the camp, which could happen within days. "When I called my mother, she cried," a 16-year-old refugee said. "She said, 'You come home.' I said, 'I can't.'"
"21.10.2016 13:16:23" Paris Terror Attacks: One Year Later It has been nearly a year since the Paris terrorist attacks at the Bataclan Theatre. Georges Salines lost his daughter in those attacks, and he spoke with NYT reporter Benoît Morenne live yesterday. Watch his story here, shown alongside some of the
"21.10.2016 12:55:00" nytimes.com Montana Judge Criticized for 60-Day Sentence Handed to Man for Incest With Daughter, 12 An online petition seeks the impeachment of Judge John C. McKeon, saying the sentence he imposed was far too light. A judge sentenced a Montana man to 60 days in jail for having sex with his preteen daughter.
"21.10.2016 12:40:01" nytimes.com 20 places to travel in your 20s Think of this selection less as a checklist and more as a starter kit for seeing the world. Some ideas for your next getaway.
"21.10.2016 12:23:55" nytimes.com She Never Spoke of It to Her Husband. Then She Heard the Trump Tape. Couples say they are talking to each other about sexism in new ways and revealing assaults that had been buried for years. Nancy Fagin had never told her husband about how, as an eighth grader, she was sexually molested by a security guard. That changed last week.
"21.10.2016 11:55:00" nytimes.com 'Too Bad You're Latin' A movie producer's words sum up America's view of its largest ethnic group. We need a Latino Spring in this country. We need to demand power and equal opportunity, John Leguizamo writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"21.10.2016 11:25:00" nytimes.com What Makes a New York City Kid? Ten sketches of New Yorkers age 13 or so, including a pageant winner, an aspiring Broadway performer and a ballplayer aiming for the majors, suggest answers. We asked kids: What's it like to grow up in New York City? Here's what they showed us.
"21.10.2016 10:55:00" nytimes.com The Hawk on Russia Policy? Hillary Clinton, Not Donald Trump Privately, some of her longtime advisers are already thinking about what mix of sanctions, diplomatic isolation and international condemnation they might put together if they take office. If Hillary Clinton wins, she will enter the White House with the most contentious relationship with Russia of any president in more than 3 decades.
"21.10.2016 10:42:22" The New York Times Opinion Section Presidential debate… or portal to hell? The Gregory Brothers and "Weird Al" Yankovic choose Option B. http://nyti.ms/2eoclvY "Weird Al" Yankovic and The Gregory Brothers stage an apocalyptic musical at the third debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump. http://nyti.ms/2eoclvY
"21.10.2016 10:30:01" nytimes.com Your Friday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Daily Briefing: Here's what you need to know today.
"21.10.2016 09:55:00" nytimes.com 'Lions Hunting Zebras': Ex-Wells Fargo Bankers Describe Abuses In legal filings and statements, former employees of the bank said immigrants, older adults, college students and Native Americans were targeted for fake accounts. Immigrants who speak little English. Older adults with memory problems. These were the people Wells Fargo targeted.
"21.10.2016 09:25:00" nytimes.com Spanish Court Overturns a Ban Against Bullfighting in Catalonia The decision is not necessarily the final word, but any appeal against the constitutional court's decision would also most likely have to be made before European courts. The justices said that bullfighting was enshrined in the country's cultural patrimony.
"21.10.2016 08:55:01" nytimes.com 'Fire at Sea' Is Not the Documentary You'd Expect About the Migrant Crisis. It's Better. Instead of raising awareness, Gianfranco Rosi cultivates alertness. "Fire at Sea" offers an impressionistic tour of Lampedusa, an island turned upside down.
"21.10.2016 08:25:00" nytimes.com Las Vegas, Known for Excess, Was Perfect Backdrop for Presidential Debate The stage had been trucked 2,500 miles across the country to the venue on the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, campus. Organizers erected three miles of fencing and strategically placed 190 shipping containers to guard against terrorist attacks. The final debate cost $8 million to stage and was almost a year in the making, a reflection of America's extravagant process of choosing a president.
"21.10.2016 07:55:01" nytimes.com 'Brexit,' Migration, Trade: E.U.'s List of Crises Keeps Growing Domestic politics are again undercutting the bloc's sense of common purpose, with a trade deal imperiled by Belgium's small French-speaking Wallonia region. "The E.U. is becoming more and more ungovernable," said the director of the European Council on Foreign Relations.
"21.10.2016 07:25:00" French authorities plan to raze a makeshift camp for migrants outside the port city of Calais. Among those in the camp are about 1,000 unaccompanied children, raising questions over where they will be resettled.
"21.10.2016 06:55:01" Timeline Photos On a journey to explore identity, a photographer documented Scotland's western islands, where some of the last Gaelic-speaking communities still exist. http://nyti.ms/2ely20I
Photo: Laetitia Vancon
"21.10.2016 05:55:01" nytimes.com William Eggleston, the Pioneer of Color Photography A visit with the artist reveals him to be every bit as brilliant, confounding and heartbreakingly soulful as the pictures he makes. William Eggleston has been called a legend and an icon. But you may not call him a fan of photography. “Oh, half of what's out there is worthless. The only pictures I like are the ones I've taken.”
"21.10.2016 05:25:00" ISIS is using guerrilla warfare tactics, including booby traps and tunnels to defend Mosul from an imminent assault from Iraqi forces.
"21.10.2016 05:01:00" nytimes.com Smithsonian Seeks $300,000 to Save Dorothy's Ruby Slippers The institution hopes to raise the money in a Kickstarter campaign to repair the “Wizard of Oz” shoes and display them in a temperature-controlled case. There's no price like ... $300,000.
"21.10.2016 04:37:48" Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton roasted each other at the Al Smith charity dinner. Here are the highlights.
"21.10.2016 03:55:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump Is Wrong on Mosul Attack, Military Experts Say They said that Mr. Trump's armchair generalship revealed a fundamental lack of understanding of Iraqi politics, military warfare, and military history. “What this shows is Trump doesn't know a damn thing about military strategy,” said Jeff McCausland, a retired Army colonel and former dean at the U.S. Army War College.
"21.10.2016 03:40:00" nytimes.com How to manage a long-distance friendship There are plenty of ways to cope with the challenges of distance — and even use them to your benefit. There are more ways than ever to keep in touch. Just be smart about how you use them.
"21.10.2016 03:30:24" nytimes.com The Orionid Meteor Shower Will Peak Tonight. Don't Expect Much. The annual show left in the wake of Halley's comet is expected to peak Thursday night and Friday morning, but the moon will most likely obscure views of meteors. Thursday night's Orionid meteor shower will most likely be a bust, thanks to the pesky moon.
"21.10.2016 03:10:00" We're interested in the questions that keep you up at night, the ones that gnaw at you — and we want to help you solve them.
The New York Times is starting a new podcast with Charles Duhigg, the author of The Power of Habit and Smarter, Faster, Better.
"21.10.2016 02:55:00" nytimes.com Debate, and Clinton's Voice, Ring Out for Many U.S. Women Mrs. Clinton seemed to speak to a new generation of women — and to many young men — by assailing Donald J. Trump over sexual assault and harassment. Hillary Clinton for the first time emerged as the clarion-voiced advocate for women whom many liberal women had been longing for.
"21.10.2016 02:40:00" nytimes.com The Hunt: Their first apartment together Kelly Cho and Jaime Soriano wanted a one-bedroom for them and their cat. They're 22, and they were ready to move in together. The challenge was finding the right apartment.
"21.10.2016 02:25:35" nytimes.com 'Moonlight': Is This the Year's Best Movie? Our critic A.O. Scott says this film about a young black man's coming of age is both a disarmingly personal film and an urgent social document. "Moonlight" is about as beautiful a movie as you are ever likely to see.
"21.10.2016 02:12:39" Video From The New York Times Young pastry chefs are getting high profile opportunities more than ever thanks to a booming demand for desserts. We're at Chicago's Bad Hunter to chat with chef Emily Spurlin while she makes turnovers for the fall menu. Leave your questions in the Young pastry chefs are getting high profile opportunities more than ever thanks to a booming demand for desserts. We were at Chicago's Bad Hunter to chat with chef Emily Spurlin.
"21.10.2016 01:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Said Women Get Abortions Days Before Birth. Doctors Say They Don't. Mr. Trump alluded to abortions happening “on the final day.” Doctors say that scenario does not happen. “It is, of course, such an absurd thing to say,” one doctor said. “I'm unaware of anyone that's terminating a pregnancy a few days prior to delivery of a normal pregnancy.”
"21.10.2016 01:35:26" nytimes.com If Planet Nine Is Out There, It Tilts Our Solar System Astronomers have yet to confirm another planet-size body lies deep in the solar system, but they offered new evidence of its effects on other bodies. Most people think the eight planets in our solar system orbit the sun along a straight plane, like a disc on a record player. But actually, that plane is slightly tilted, and now astronomers think they know why.
"21.10.2016 01:10:57" nytimes.com Donald Trump Heckled by New York Elite at Charity Dinner At the Alfred E. Smith memorial event, a white-tie campaign-year ritual at the Waldorf, attempts at bonhomie went sour. Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton were together again tonight, hurling one-liners at each other at a charity dinner.
"21.10.2016 00:55:00" nytimes.com The Nickname Hillary Clinton Has Been Waiting For Donald Trump's epithet, as usual, sticks — but not the way he intended it to. "To describe yourself, with glee, as a nasty woman is a powerful unleashing, a refutation of all that girls are brought up to be: subservient, silent and accommodating, to the point of personal risk," Susan Dominus writes.
"21.10.2016 00:25:00" nytimes.com The Falls Were Bad. The Diagnosis Was Worse. My mother has a rare disease called P.S.P., and she can no longer walk or talk. But she's still my mom. "My mother has a rare disease called P.S.P., and she can no longer walk or talk. But she's still my mom."
"20.10.2016 23:55:00" “Your random moment of sexual pleasure came at my expense and affected me greatly.” Karena Virginia said that Donald J. Trump touched her inappropriately in 1998.
"20.10.2016 23:25:01" nytimes.com Voices of Wells Fargo Employees: 'I Thought I Was Having a Heart Attack' Former employees describe intimidation and ridicule tactics at the bank, which they said caused anxiety, panic attacks and other physical symptoms. "I had a severe panic attack. I went to the bathroom and took a drink of some hand sanitizer. This immediately reduced my anxiety. From that point, I began drinking the hand sanitizer all over the bank."
"20.10.2016 23:10:00" nytimes.com Should young women sell their eggs? There is little research on the long-term effects of egg donation. She knew the short-term risks. But she wonders if being an egg donor jeopardized her health in the long run.
"20.10.2016 22:55:00" nytimes.com Bottled Water or Tap: How Much Does Your Choice Matter? What's your daily plastic habit doing to the planet? Take this quiz and find out. How much bottled water do you drink? And how do you compare to other Americans when it comes to water, soda and recycling? And what does it all mean for the planet? Take this quiz and find out.
"20.10.2016 22:40:00" Donald J. Trump: “I will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election — if I win.” He added: “Of course I would accept a clear election result, but I would also reserve my right to contest or file a legal challenge in the
"20.10.2016 22:25:00" nytimes.com The Ego-Driven Life In the end, Donald Trump can't help being himself. "Donald J. Trump obsesses over polls and knows that the overwhelming odds are that he will lose. Psychologically, he cannot accept that; for him, being labeled a loser is the ultimate humiliation," Peter Wehner writes in The New York Times Opinion
"20.10.2016 22:10:00" nytimes.com How to throw a cheap (but elegant) dinner party Three courses, 75 bucks and countless compliments. Who says you can't entertain on a budget?
"20.10.2016 21:55:00" nytimes.com The Best New TV Series to Take a Chance On We offer a few yearbook-style superlatives to help you sort through all the great television out there. The best new series to take a chance on, the best new show to cry to, the show you can't press pause on.
"20.10.2016 21:26:00" nytimes.com Talking to Your Therapist About Election Anxiety Therapists say that some of the campaign issues — safety, secrecy and boundaries — play into our deepest worries. “I hear of people checking fivethirtyeight.com three and four times a day to see if the numbers have shifted. It's exhausting to live with that level of constant anxiety.”
"20.10.2016 21:10:00" nytimes.com Why it's fine to job-hop for a few years after college Changing jobs often is no longer a red flag, experts say — as long as you can convince potential employers that each move was wise. You just need good reasons for leaving.
"20.10.2016 20:55:00" nytimes.com Police Seek Help Solving 1993 Killing of Newborn in Brooklyn Investigators hoping for leads in a cold case released a sketch of the baby girl who may have been thrown from the second floor of an apartment building. The NYPD wants your help in solving a cold case: the 1993 strangulation of a newborn baby girl whose body was found in Brooklyn.
"20.10.2016 20:25:00" nytimes.com Video Reveals How 'Cage-Free' Hens Live, Animal Advocates Say Direct Action Everywhere released a video of a stealth visit to a “cage-free” egg producing barn in California that showed dead and injured chickens. A video shows dead birds on the floor and injured hens pecked by other chickens. One bird had a piece of flesh hanging off its beak.
"20.10.2016 19:55:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump Says He Will Accept Election Outcome ('if I Win') “Of course I would accept a clear election result, but I would also reserve my right to contest or file a legal challenge in the case of a questionable result,” Mr. Trump said Thursday. “I will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election — if I win,” Donald J. Trump said. But he also tried to ease concerns.
"20.10.2016 19:40:00" nytimes.com How to break up with a friend Take responsibility for ending the friendship rather than blaming the other person. Don't ghost.
"20.10.2016 19:25:00" nytimes.com With Debates Done, Here's What to Look For in Final Weeks What would be signs of a Trump comeback? And can Republicans hold on to the Senate and the House? Is there a Donald J. Trump comeback? Can Hillary Clinton build a landslide? Here's what to watch for over the last few weeks of the race. (via The Upshot)
"20.10.2016 19:07:11" nytimes.com A 10th Woman Accuses Donald Trump of Inappropriate Touching Karena Virginia said she was 27 when Mr. Trump approached her, grabbed her arm and touched her breast outside the U.S. Open tennis tournament in 1998. "His hand touched the right side of my breast,” Karena Virginia said. She flinched, she recalled. Donald J. Trump said, “Don't you know who I am?”
"20.10.2016 18:55:00" nytimes.com Hillary Clinton Told People to Google 'Donald Trump Iraq.' They Did. “Google, 'Donald Trump Iraq,'” she said. “And you will see the dozens of sources which verify that he was for the invasion of Iraq.” Hillary Clinton: “Google, 'Donald Trump Iraq.' And you will see the dozens of sources which verify that he was for the invasion of Iraq.”
“Wrong,” Donald J. Trump interjected.
"20.10.2016 18:25:01" nytimes.com Rosemary and Time: Does This Italian Hamlet Have a Recipe for Long Life? Researchers believe food choices and environmental factors could help explain exceptional longevity among the inhabitants of Acciaroli, Italy. In an Italian town, "the potential is there to live longer than 110, if we do it right."
"20.10.2016 17:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Health Soup Recipe This is a recipe for a very big batch, because it freezes well; in addition to death and taxes, we can be confident of future illness If you want less soup, halve the recipe If the sick person likes noodles when sick, I add a single serving of rice A delicious medicine. (via The New York Times Food)
"20.10.2016 17:34:38" Nicholas Kristof Rev Joey Crutcher, father of Terence Crutcher, a black man shot dead here in Tulsa by a white police officer, is praying for that officer and calling for peace. Join our conversation. Rev. Joey Crutcher, father of Terence Crutcher, a black man shot dead in Tulsa by a white police officer, is calling for peace. Join our conversation.
"20.10.2016 17:25:01" nytimes.com California Today: The Drought Isn't Going Away. What You Can Do. Thursday: Doing right by the drought, an officer is killed in Modoc County, and a new musical that celebrates and lampoons Silicon Valley. What should individual Californians be doing right now to help relieve the drought? Two things.
"20.10.2016 17:02:44" The Crossword Help us solve The New York Times crossword puzzle, this time using our web game. Wordplay columnist Deb Amlen is here with hints. Put your guesses in the comments and share this with your friends.
"20.10.2016 16:55:00" nytimes.com 'Nasty Woman' and 'Bad Hombres': The Real Debate Winners? Two phrases uttered at Wednesday's presidential debate caught the attention of social media and of the online marketplace. In one corner, we had “bad hombres.” In the other, “nasty woman.” The internet pounced.
"20.10.2016 16:43:52" Video From The New York Times PWR BTTM, a queer punk duo, is here to perform some songs for us. Comment with your questions for the band and we'll ask them. We're with the queer punk duo PWR BTTM, who will perform some songs. Comment with your questions.
"20.10.2016 16:25:00" nytimes.com 36 Hours in San Sebastián, Spain Beyond the beach, this seaside resort's enticements include art, architecture and, of course, dining on delectable small plates at pintxo bars. Have you been to San Sebastián? Share your favorite sights.
"20.10.2016 16:06:45" Whistleblowers: Wells Fargo The California attorney general is weighing a criminal investigation against Wells Fargo for illegal identity theft in its improper account opening scandal. We are live with Cindy Franklin, who is the homeowner who refused to let Wells Fargo illegally
"20.10.2016 15:55:00" nytimes.com The Debate in One Scary Answer Donald Trump wouldn't say if he'd accept the results of the election. He also cried foul when he didn't win an Emmy for “The Celebrity Apprentice.” "Only one thing matters. The man says he won't promise to accept the results of the election. All those establishment Republicans who've been hoping to get through this ordeal by just being quiet and looking sad have got some work to do. Fast." Read on in
"20.10.2016 15:52:25" nytimes.com N.C.A.A. Charges Louisville's Rick Pitino With Rules Violations in Sex Scandal The charges against the coach and other staff in the men's basketball program were related to a scandal in which a university employee provided prostitutes to players and recruits. Employees of the University of Louisville men's basketball program are charged with providing prostitutes to players and recruits.
"20.10.2016 15:42:20" Video From The New York Times We're following several seniors through the college process at Topeka High School in Kansas. Today, TaTy'Terria Gary, known as TaTy, a senior and captain of the step team at Topeka High, is giving us a tour of step practice. Leave your questions in the We're following several seniors through the college process at Topeka High School in Kansas.
"20.10.2016 15:40:00" nytimes.com How you can create space in a tiny home With careful planning, a tiny home doesn't have to be stressful. "The secret to small-space living is trying to avoid owning too much stuff; that's a good practice for life."
"20.10.2016 15:25:00" nytimes.com Trump and the 'Rigged' Emmy Awards: A History of Snubs “The Apprentice” has been nominated several times for Primetime Emmy Awards, and its losses have apparently weighed on Mr. Trump. When Hillary Clinton "The Apprentice” and the Emmys during the debate, Donald J. Trump raised his voice to press his case: “Should have gotten it.”
"20.10.2016 14:55:01" nytimes.com We Have Tried Every Kind of Death Possible I rescue Syrians from the sites of airstrikes. I don't want to do this work any longer. "A man was put in a body bag while he was still alive. This is the horror that we face in Aleppo." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"20.10.2016 14:39:37" nytimes.com Britain Will Posthumously Pardon Thousands of Gay and Bisexual Men The men were convicted of sexual offenses at a time when homosexuality was criminalized. The mathematician Alan Turing was pardoned in 2013, decades after his death. The decision comes nearly 3 years after Queen Elizabeth II formally pardoned Alan Turing, the British mathematician regarded as one of the central figures in the development of the computer.
"20.10.2016 14:25:00" nytimes.com Was That a Presidential Debate or a Pitch for Trump TV? From the beginning, the former “Apprentice” host has approached this campaign like a programmer. At times, Donald J. Trump seemed to be imitating Alec Baldwin on “Saturday Night Live," writes our chief TV critic.
"20.10.2016 14:10:00" nytimes.com The ways to travel on the cheap during or after college You don't have to let finances get in your way. A few ways to make that trip abroad more attainable.
"20.10.2016 13:55:01" nytimes.com Kurdish Forces Open Attack on Mosul From the North The operation was larger than the one pesh merga fighters carried out on Monday east of the city. As the fighting began, a drone sent by ISIS to spy on the Kurds' positions was shot down, our reporter in Iraq writes.
"20.10.2016 13:25:00" nytimes.com Debate Analysis Fueled by Bottomless Rosé I recruited two of my smartest colleagues, Amy Chozick and Nicholas Confessore, for a bleary-eyed post-debate discussion. "She almost took the role of him, bullying the man who pretends to be the bully."
"20.10.2016 13:10:00" nytimes.com Leaving your pediatrician? Here's how to choose your next doctor It can be tough for young adults to leave a beloved pediatrician and start seeing a “regular” doctor who doesn't even give out stickers. Once you're in your 20s, it's time to move on.
"20.10.2016 12:59:26" Georges Salines lost his daughter on the night of the Bataclan Theatre attacks in Paris. NYT reporter Benoit Morenne is with him to discuss the general feeling in Paris almost a year after the terrorist attacks. Leave your thoughts and questions in the
"20.10.2016 12:55:00" nytimes.com Rodrigo Duterte and Xi Jinping Agree to Reopen South China Sea Talks Meeting in Beijing, the Philippine and Chinese presidents signaled that they would seek bilateral solutions to the long-running dispute. "I will not go to America anymore," Rodrigo Duterte said during his visit to China. "I will just be insulted there."
"20.10.2016 12:25:00" nytimes.com Transcript of the Third Debate Following is a transcript of the third presidential debate, on Wednesday, as transcribed by CQ Transcriptswire. Chris Wallace: I want to ask you here on the stage tonight: Do you make the same commitment that you will absolutely — sir, that you will absolutely accept the result of this election?
Donald J. Trump: I will look at it at the time. I'm not looking at
"20.10.2016 12:10:00" nytimes.com 9 cities to live in if you're worried about climate change Bets for avoiding the worst droughts, wildfires and floods include Portland, Me., San Francisco, Detroit and — surprise — New York City. “If somebody pointed a gun at me and said, 'Boise or Denver, choose one on a climate-related basis,' I would choose Boise."
"20.10.2016 11:55:00" nytimes.com Egged On to Get Egg on His Face In order to stop losing, he would have to stop losing it. But he didn't. Donald J. Trump was so unnerved, he said one of the most shocking things ever heard in a debate, putting his ego ahead of American democracy, Maureen Dowd writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"20.10.2016 11:25:00" nytimes.com Trove of Stolen Data Is Said to Include Top-Secret U.S. Hacking Tools Investigators found that stolen documents in the possession of Harold T. Martin III included top-secret N.S.A. hacking tools that two months ago were offered for sale on the internet. Top-secret NSA hacking tools were offered for sale on the internet, investigators found.
"20.10.2016 10:55:00" nytimes.com Hillary Clinton, Mocking and Taunting in Debate, Turns the Tormentor In the third and final debate, Mrs. Clinton outmaneuvered Donald J. Trump with a surprising new approach: his. She interrupted him. She mocked him. Hillary Clinton outmaneuvered Donald J. Trump with a surprising new approach: his.
"20.10.2016 10:46:09" Video From The New York Times Donald J. Trump: "Our inner cities are a disaster. You get shot walking to the store. They have no education. They have no jobs. I will do more for African-Americans and Latinos than she can ever do in ten lifetimes." Donald J. Trump: "Our inner cities are a disaster. You get shot walking to the store. They have no education. They have no jobs. I will do more for African-Americans and Latinos than she can ever do in ten lifetimes."
"20.10.2016 10:28:35" nytimes.com Your Thursday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Daily Briefing: Here's what you need to know today.
"20.10.2016 09:55:00" nytimes.com Brazilian Lawmaker Who Led Impeachment of President Is Arrested Mr. Cunha said in a statement on Wednesday that there was no justification for his arrest, and he called it “an absurd decision.” The former speaker of Brazil's lower house of Congress who engineered the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff has been arrested.
"20.10.2016 09:25:01" nytimes.com Debate Takeaways: Donald Trump Had a Lot to Do, and He Didn't Do It Mr. Trump showed more discipline than in the first two debates, but a few stumbles left him far short of the decisive victory he needed to shift voters' perceptions. It wasn't Hillary Clinton best debate. It wasn't Donald J. Trump's worst. But he needed more than a split decision.
"20.10.2016 08:59:12" nytimes.com Continental Divides: How E.U. Leaders Project Their Power Managerial efficiency. A black belt. A dashing scarf. A look at the style and substance of E.U. leaders as they meet in Brussels. How do you like your leaders? Dashing? Fired up? Sober and controlled? Take your pick at the EU summit.
"20.10.2016 08:25:00" Trump and Clinton Throw Jabs Donald J. Trump: "John Podesta said you have terrible instincts. Bernie Sanders said you have bad judgment. I agree with both."
Hillary Clinton: "You should ask Bernie Sanders who he's supporting for president."
"20.10.2016 07:55:01" nytimes.com Guiding Refugees in Europe on a Rocky Path to Assimilation Private groups have sprung up to help newcomers find professional networks and improve their skills, but the adjustment has been harder than expected. "As a refugee, once you see that your talent is useful and needed, you get a sense that you can keep going."
"20.10.2016 07:25:00" nytimes.com Who Won the Debate? Hillary Clinton, the 'Nasty Woman' After a debate that moved from policy talk to personal attacks, many commentators and critics said that Mrs. Clinton was the clear winner over Donald J. Trump. Here is a sampling of post-debate reaction.
"20.10.2016 07:09:46" Fact-Checking the Third Debate Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton squared off in the final presidential debate in Las Vegas. We checked the facts.
"20.10.2016 06:55:00" The Iraqi army and coalition forces launched an offensive this week to retake Mosul from the Islamic State, and humanitarian workers worry that civilians will be caught in the crossfire.
"20.10.2016 06:40:00" Unionized faculty members from 14 Pennsylvania colleges have been without a contract for over a year.
"20.10.2016 06:25:00" nytimes.com Whoever Wins the White House, This Year's Big Loser Is Email The exposure of the Clinton campaign's internal emails shows that a ubiquitous, and vulnerable, communication tool is ready for the scrap heap. Let's pour one out for email, which has had quite a run.
"20.10.2016 06:10:49" The key moments from the last debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump.
"20.10.2016 05:55:00" nytimes.com Review: A New 'Rocky Horror,' Stripped of Subversive Magic Laverne Cox stars in Fox's remake of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” but neither she nor many other cast members will make you forget the original. "Some things can't be replicated or recaptured, and thanks to Fox we now know that one of them is the subversive magic of 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show.' "
"20.10.2016 05:40:00" nytimes.com A Toolkit for Women Seeking a Raise One cause of the pay gap between men and women may be how women approach negotiations, researchers say. Women are less likely to ask for raises, research shows. And when they do, their requests may be perceived as overly demanding or less agreeable.
"20.10.2016 05:25:00" He Said, She Said: Debate Zingers He said, she said: Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton had a few zingers in the presidential debate.
"20.10.2016 05:10:00" nytimes.com Paul Krugman: Fiscal Foolishness Plenty of evidence shows that spending money in a slump helps the economy, and that the Obama stimulus was therefore the ... Paul Krugman: "Over all, Chris Wallace was better than I expected. But he was pretty bad on fiscal issues."
(via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"20.10.2016 04:55:00" nytimes.com Chris Wallace, Mixing Humor With Scolding, Guides Final Debate While Mr. Wallace maintained a genteel presence, he also issued some sharply phrased questions that were sure to irk his skeptics. Chris Wallace wanted a debate. And for the most part, he got one.
"20.10.2016 04:40:01" nytimes.com Donald Trump's Nasty Habits Hillary Clinton got under his thin skin, and it showed. "A man hypersensitive to criticism of any kind was under constant challenge from a confident, assertive woman. Hillary Clinton got under his thin skin, and it showed," Susan Chira writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"20.10.2016 04:25:00" nytimes.com Classes for Jedis Run Afoul of the Lucasfilm Empire A man whose businesses offers private lessons and certifications for fine-tuning lightsaber skills is operating without the permission of the “Star Wars” owner. They're going to need a new hope to get out of this one.
"20.10.2016 04:10:16" nytimes.com Donald Trump's Contempt for Democracy In saying he was not sure if he'd support the election results, Mr. Trump added another reason he is not qualified to be president. "Donald Trump turned in the final debate from merely insulting the intelligence of the American voter to insulting American democracy itself," the Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"20.10.2016 03:55:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump Won't Say if He'll Accept Result of Election At their third and last debate, Mr. Trump and Hillary Clinton argued over immigration, guns, the Supreme Court and especially each other. Donald J. Trump said that he might not accept the results of the election — a stunning statement that Hillary Clinton called “horrifying.”
"20.10.2016 03:36:00" nytimes.com On Abortion, Clinton Takes Ownership of Her Feminism Presidential candidates have soft-pedaled their views on the subject. Clinton hasn't. "Hillary Clinton owned her feminism. She sounded like the first woman running for president, defending other women — our autonomy and our control of our own bodies," Emily Bazelon writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"20.10.2016 03:25:00" NYT Politics Donald Trump would not say at the debate if he would accept the election results. NYT Reporters Jim Rutenberg and Nick Corasaniti join us from the spin room at UNLV after the debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump to discuss and take your Donald J. Trump would not say at the debate if he would accept the election results. NYT Reporters Jim Rutenberg and Nick Corasaniti join us from the spin room at UNLV after the debate to discuss and take your questions.
"20.10.2016 03:11:01" nytimes.com A.G. Sulzberger: Leading Change at The New York Times as Journalism Evolves Mr. Sulzberger, who was named The Times's deputy publisher, is the author of a report calling for sweeping changes and a digital future for the paper. “Once you're six months into being a reporter and you've lost the nerves, you realize this is one of the most fun jobs any person can have, so it was being a reporter that made me want to spend a career in journalism.”
"20.10.2016 03:01:00" nytimes.com Meet the 'Bad Hombres' This new category of people joins bowls full of skittles and taco trucks on a threat list. Tonight, Donald J. Trump introduced us to the “bad hombres.”
(via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"20.10.2016 02:49:12" nytimes.com Fact Checks of the Third Presidential Debate Reporters for The New York Times are fact-checking the statements made by Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump during Wednesday's presidential debate. Does Hillary Clinton want to bring in 550% more Syrian refugees? Did Donald J. Trump call the Emmys “rigged”? We checked the facts.
"20.10.2016 02:38:04" If Trump Loses Election Donald J. Trump would not say if he would accept the election results: "What I'm saying is that I will tell you at the time. I'll keep you in suspense."
Hillary Clinton: "Well Chris, let me respond to that because that's horrifying."
"20.10.2016 02:27:05" nytimes.com How the Battle for Aleppo Is Taking Syria's War to a New Low Russian and Syrian airstrikes have been pounding a section of Aleppo controlled by rebel groups for weeks. In 2 weeks, at least 261 civilians were killed in 100 airstrikes.
"20.10.2016 02:21:43" Trump and Clinton on Sexual Assault Donald J. Trump on sexual assault: "Those stories are all totally false. I have to say that and I didn't even apologize to my wife who is sitting right here because I didn't do anything."
"20.10.2016 02:08:01" nytimes.com Presidential Debate: What You Missed As polls show Donald J. Trump losing in must-win states, he and Hillary Clinton debated one last time. Hillary Clinton attacked Donald J. Trump over not paying income taxes, he interrupted her to say, “Such a nasty woman”
"20.10.2016 02:01:01" Timeline Photos We're fact-checking the presidential debate with Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump: http://nyti.ms/2drwqhz
"20.10.2016 01:50:26" Trump and Clinton "Putin's Puppet" Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton accuse each other of being Vladimir Putin's puppet:
Clinton: "Well that's because [Putin] would rather have a puppet as president."
Trump: "No, you're the puppet."
"20.10.2016 01:48:17" Timeline Photos "Will there be a question on climate change?" A Times reader says it's reprehensible that it hasn't been discussed in the debates.
"20.10.2016 01:42:08" Timeline Photos We're fact-checking the presidential debate with Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump. http://nyti.ms/2druINr
"20.10.2016 01:41:42" Clinton and Trump Discuss Abortion Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump discuss abortion:
Trump: "I am putting pro-life justices on the court."
Clinton: "I will defend Planned Parenthood. I will defend Roe v. Wade, and I will defend women's rights to make their own healthcare decisions."
"20.10.2016 01:32:07" Supporters of Hillary Clinton built a "wall" of more than 100 taco trucks around a Trump hotel in Las Vegas.
"20.10.2016 01:20:31" nytimes.com A Haitian Warlord Meets His Match: Hurricane Matthew The storm has done what neither government nor armed forces have managed to accomplish: bring Guy Philippe to his knees as his community starves. He led an armed rebellion that ousted a president. He has survived, by his count, 7 attempts on his life. He has evaded capture for nearly a decade. It took Hurricane Matthew to bring the outlaw commander to his knees.
"20.10.2016 01:04:44" The New York Times Opinion Section Listen to tonight's debate with us while illustrator Scott Menchin lampoons the proceedings in real-time. Give your cartoon suggestions in the comments. Listen to tonight's debate with us while illustrator Scott Menchin lampoons the proceedings in real-time. Give your cartoon suggestions in the comments.
"20.10.2016 01:04:00" Third Presidental Debate Watch Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump's third debate live. Follow along in the comments for live analysis of the debate from NYT journalists. After the debate, NYT columnist Frank Bruni will reflect on where the race stands and take your questions.
"20.10.2016 00:54:39" nytimes.com Watch Trump and Clinton Debate Live Join The Times for live analysis of the last presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump. As polls show Donald J. Trump losing in must-win states, he and Hillary Clinton will debate one last time. Join us for live video and analysis.
"20.10.2016 00:40:00" Women in cities across the U.S. are organizing protests against Donald J. Trump after multiple sexual assault allegations have been made against the Republican presidential candidate.
"20.10.2016 00:25:00" nytimes.com Trump in a Bikini He relentlessly scrutinizes others. Let's conduct various examinations of him. "Let's give Donald J. Trump some tests to pass: citizenship, credit check, Rorschach. And while we're at it, an EKG, since there has been no evidence to date that he has a heart," Frank Bruni writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"19.10.2016 23:55:00" nytimes.com Chris Wallace's Debate Role Is a Bright Spot in a Dark Year for Fox Recovering from accusations of sexual harassment, Fox News looks forward to the spotlight at the final 2016 debate. Chris Wallace's star turn is a welcome source of pride at Fox News. And, maybe, some relief.
"19.10.2016 23:47:41" NYT Politics What will go down at the final debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump? NYT political reporters Jeremy Peters, Mike Grynbaum and Nick Corasaniti join us from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) to fill you in on their best guesses and What will go down at the final debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump? The NYT political reporters Jeremy Peters, Mike Grynbaum and Nick Corasaniti join us from UNLV to fill you in and take your questions.
"19.10.2016 23:41:23" The New York Times Opinion Section Ernesto Londono, a member of the NYT editorial board, is with Maria Elena Salinas, an anchor on Univision Noticias, to discuss tonight's debate and the network's effort to get millions of new voters to register for this election. Editorial board member Ernesto Londono speaks to Univision Noticias anchor Maria Elena Salinas about tonight's debate and the network's effort to get millions of new voters to register for this election.
"19.10.2016 23:25:00" nytimes.com The best cookbooks for beginning cooks The Food staff of The New York Times has wide-ranging recommendations to get you started. 10 cookbooks to get you started.
"19.10.2016 23:10:00" The ESA - European Space Agency's ExoMars spacecraft has entered orbit around Mars, but the fate of its lander remains unknown. Here's how the lander would make it to Mars.
"19.10.2016 22:55:58" nytimes.com Indians Defeat Blue Jays and Reach First World Series Since 1997 Cleveland will be seeking its first championship since 1948 after knocking out Toronto in the American League Championship Series. The Cleveland Indians reached the World Series with a win over the Toronto Blue Jays in the ALCS. They haven't won a championship in 68 years.
"19.10.2016 22:31:01" nytimes.com Melania Trump Mimics Hillary Clinton to Defend Donald Trump She's parroting the arguments Clinton used decades ago about a “conspiracy” against Bill. "Melania Trump borrowed from Michelle Obama's speech and now she's parroting arguments Hillary Clinton used to defend her husband," Andrew Rosenthal writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"19.10.2016 22:15:07" The New York Times - Theater We're with Matt Lenz, a theater director who specializes in developing new musicals, to discuss his journey working in the arts. He has directed work on Broadway, Off-Broadway and at the country's finest regional theaters. Leave your questions in the We're with Matt Lenz, a theater director, to discuss his journey through life in the arts. Leave your questions for Matt in the comments and Paul Moon, a Facebook Live producer, will answer them.
"19.10.2016 22:05:40" nytimes.com Black Man Is Arrested While Walking, and Minnesota City Starts a 'Conversation' Officials said they would review police procedures after the arrest of the man for walking in the road to avoid sidewalk construction work prompted an outcry. A black man in Minnesota was arrested for walking in the middle of the street to avoid construction. His arrest was filmed by a bystander.
"19.10.2016 21:55:27" The New York Times Styles We're backstage at the Kenzo for H&M collection with the designers Humberto Leon and Carol Lim. Past H&M collaborations have included Alexander Wang, Balmain and Lanvin. We will also be interviewing the makeup artist for the show as they take us through The New York Times Styles is backstage at the Kenzo for H&M collection with the designers Humberto Leon and Carol Lim.
"19.10.2016 21:36:24" nytimes.com They Dressed for Bill Social figures, fashion magnates, models, actors and rafts of the largely unsung turned out in all their finery on Monday to honor Bill Cunningham. Bill Cunningham, the legendary Times photographer, "encouraged me to just go with my heart, be creative, wear what I feel. That's what he taught me, and that's what I live by."
"19.10.2016 21:19:46" The New York Times - Well - Health Learn about the mechanics of running. In this week's Workout Wednesday, Alex Spangher, a data scientist for the Times, is at the Running Lab at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) to explore how workouts are scientifically studied and enhanced. We're at the Running Lab at Columbia University to learn how workouts are scientifically studied and enhanced. Leave your questions in the comments and Alex Spangher, a data scientist for The Times, will answer them.
"19.10.2016 20:55:00" nytimes.com The Decline of the West, and How to Stop It The liberal order guaranteed by the postwar trans-Atlantic partnerships between North America and Europe faces an existential crisis. "A vital lesson of the modern era is that internationalism has stabilized the world, while lapses into bellicose nationalism have wreaked havoc." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"19.10.2016 20:25:00" nytimes.com De Blasio Calls Fatal Shooting of Bronx Woman, 66, 'Unacceptable' The New York police sergeant who shot a mentally ill woman, Deborah Danner, in her apartment on Tuesday night was placed on modified duty and stripped of his gun and badge. “It should never have happened. It's as simple as that.” — Mayor Bill de Blasio on the fatal police shooting of a mentally-ill elderly woman.
"19.10.2016 20:10:00" nytimes.com A beginner's guide to home décor Tips on decorating without a fat wallet. How to decorate your space without spending a fortune.
"19.10.2016 19:55:00" nytimes.com California Today: For Some U.C. Workers, Skipping Meals to Make Ends Meet Wednesday: Hunger creeps into a university system's work force, four students are shot outside a San Francisco high school, and assessing what Proposition 13 has meant for California. 45% of the University of California's full-time administrative workers sometimes go hungry, study finds.
"19.10.2016 19:53:33" Nicholas Kristof Understand addiction by listening to Michelle tell her journey from drugs and sexual abuse. She's inspiring, but watching this may be tough. Ask her questions. Nicholas Kristof is reporting from Tulsa, Oklahoma, talking with a young woman about her journey from drugs and sexual abuse. Ask your questions in the comments.
"19.10.2016 19:40:00" Photos from The New York Times's post Photos of some of the faces in the crowd at Carnegie Hall for Bill Cunningham's memorial on Monday.
Because "we all get dressed for Bill." http://nyti.ms/2e1JkG0
Photos: Tawni Bannister for The New York Times
"19.10.2016 19:25:00" nytimes.com How to Be Mindful of Fall Take a moment to appreciate the change of seasons. Feel the air against your skin, cooler than it was just a few weeks ago.
Listen to the sounds of rustling leaves.
Inhale the smell of an autumn day.
"19.10.2016 19:17:51" Video From The New York Times We are live with Kalolin Johnson, a young Mi'kmaw singer of the Eskasoni First Nation in eastern Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Ms. Johnson, a high school student, sings in her native tongue, one of the fast disappearing languages of Canada's indigenous We're in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia with Kaolin Johnson, a young Mi'kmaw singer of the Eskasoni First Nation. She's here to give us a private concert of songs in her native tongue. Leave your questions in the comments and NYT reporter Craig Smith will ask
"19.10.2016 18:55:00" nytimes.com Quiz: What Is ... The New York Times? Test your knowledge of The New York Times with 10 questions from the archive of “Jeopardy!” Answers must be phrased in the form of a question, of course.
"19.10.2016 18:41:00" nytimes.com Think it's cathartic to run angry? Think again Exercising vigorously when you are emotionally distraught could be bad for your heart Exercising while stressed? Be careful not to overdo it.
"19.10.2016 18:25:00" nytimes.com Massimo Bottura, the Chef Behind the World's Best Restaurant The whirling dervish joyfully defies convention, whether it's upending the traditions of Italian cooking or bringing pleasure into how we feed the hungry. Renowned chef Massimo Bottura has used a vaporizer to breathe cheese.
"19.10.2016 17:55:00" nytimes.com As California Water Use Rises, Some Ask: Were Limits Eased Too Soon? Water conservation has declined since the state lifted a mandatory 25 percent cut after a relatively wet winter. And the drought has not gone away. Last year, Californians tore out lawns, cut back landscape watering and took shorter showers. But this year, water use is up again.
"19.10.2016 17:27:21" nytimes.com WikiHillary for President Hackers exposed Clinton as a smart politician with a vision and a pragmatic approach to getting things done. Thanks to WikiLeaks, Thomas Friedman is more convinced than ever that Hillary Clinton can be the president America needs today. Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"19.10.2016 17:11:32" nytimes.com How Taking a Gap Year Can Shape Your Life Looking back, adults who took time off before or during college say they have no regrets. Even if a gap year doesn't lead to a job offer and an obvious career track, it can light a spark that ends up burning many years later.
"19.10.2016 17:00:22" nytimes.com Retaking Mosul From ISIS May Pale to What Comes Next If the recaptures of Ramadi, Tikrit and Falluja are a guide, Iraqi officials will confront devastation and unexploded bombs once Mosul is reclaimed. If history is a guide, ISIS will likely use Mosul's remaining civilians as shields and booby-trap entire neighborhoods with improvised bombs.
"19.10.2016 16:45:37" Live Concert: Nico Muhly and Teitur Nico Muhly, an acclaimed composer and keyboardist, and Teitur, a Faroese singer-songwriter, preview their ethereal forthcoming album, “Confessions." Post your questions for Nico and Teitur in the comments.
"19.10.2016 16:40:01" nytimes.com Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Accused of Targeting Latinos, Is Charged With Contempt Prosecutors said Sheriff Arpaio, of Maricopa County, Ariz., had willfully defied a judge's orders to stop discriminatory policing. Prosecutors say the sheriff willfully defied a judge's orders to stop targeting Latinos — including citizens and legal immigrants — in traffic stops and other law enforcement efforts.
"19.10.2016 16:26:09" The New York Times - Well - Health Don't have a lot of time for exercise? Here are the three exercises you must know for stronger abs. Anahad O'Connor a Times reporter who covers wellness, is here with Mark Langowski, author of "Eat This, Not That! For Abs," who will demonstrate his simple Don't have a lot of time for exercise? Here are the three exercises you must know for stronger abs. Anahad O'Connor, a reporter who covers wellness for The New York Times, is here with Mark Langowski, author of "Eat This, Not That! For Abs," who will
"19.10.2016 16:25:00" nytimes.com In Versace, Michelle Obama Sends a Powerful Message at Her Final State Dinner The first lady's choices, through eight years in the White House, have changed expectations about the role of dress at ceremonial occasions. The dress Michelle Obama wore at her final state dinner spoke of armor and female strength, Vanessa Friedman writes in The New York Times Styles.
"19.10.2016 16:10:01" cooking.nytimes.com 18 recipes to replace that sad desk lunch No More Sad Desk Lunch is a group of recipes collected by the editors of NYT Cooking We've got you covered.
"19.10.2016 15:55:00" How to Make Hot Honey Shrimp A sweet and spicy shrimp dinner in 10 minutes.
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"19.10.2016 15:33:17" The New York Times Food Learn the tricks of cast-iron cooking with Melissa Clark and Charlotte Druckman, author of "Stir, Sizzle, Bake: Recipes for Your Cast-Iron Skillet." Ask them your questions as they use a cast-iron skillet to make cheesy frito cornbread. Learn the art of cast-iron cooking with Melissa Clark and Charlotte Druckman, author of “Stir, Sizzle, Bake: Recipes for Your Cast-Iron Skillet." Ask your questions in the comments as they make a cheesy frito cornbread in a cast-iron skillet.
"19.10.2016 15:25:00" nytimes.com The Anti-Helicopter Parent's Plea: Let Kids Play! A Silicon Valley dad decided to test his theories about parenting by turning his yard into a playground where children can take physical risks without supervision. Not all of his neighbors were thrilled. He wanted his kids to have the kind of life featured in “The Little Rascals” and “Leave It to Beaver.” So he transformed his home into a playground where children build forts, ride bikes and roam —unsupervised.
"19.10.2016 15:10:00" nytimes.com How to stop your period More women are trying menstruation suppression to improve their quality of life. "I was in my early 20s before a doctor finally told me that I could stop my period altogether. … My quality of life improved within two months."
"19.10.2016 14:55:00" nytimes.com The Trump Afterlife Keeping his movement going after November will be a challenge. As Donald J. Trump's defeat becomes more assured, the anxiety about his political afterlife is mounting. Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"19.10.2016 14:40:01" nytimes.com 5 ways social media can help you travel It's easier than ever to plan, troubleshoot and make the most of your trip, with niche-focused apps as well as the old-guard networks. Let Instagram hashtags be your guide.
"19.10.2016 14:25:00" Fox News Under the Debate Spotlight Chris Wallace's role as moderator in tonight's presidential debate is a bright spot during one of Fox News's darkest chapters.
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"19.10.2016 13:55:00" nytimes.com Anti-Semitic Posts, Many From Trump Supporters, Surge on Twitter A report by the Anti-Defamation League found a significant uptick in anti-Semitic posts starting early this year, when the presidential race began to intensify. Anti-semitism has taken on a new dimension in the United States.
"19.10.2016 13:40:00" nytimes.com The art of making (and not making) plans If technology has made canceling plans too easy, how about a radically different approach? Make fewer to begin with. Schedule your time more deliberately, so you can be a better friend and family member.
"19.10.2016 13:25:00" nytimes.com ExoMars Mission to Join Crowd of Spacecraft at Mars The joint mission of the European and Russian space agencies consists of an orbiter and a lander looking for methane and testing landing technologies. Mars is about to get some new inhabitants, both in orbit and on its surface.
"19.10.2016 13:14:01" nytimes.com Federal Inquiry Into Mayor de Blasio Is Said to Focus on Whether Donors Got Favors An investigation into the mayor's campaign fund-raising has zeroed in on whether donations were exchanged for beneficial city action in several cases, people with knowledge of the inquiry said. A federal inquiry into Mayor Bill de Blasio's fund-raising is focusing on whether donations led to favors in half a dozen cases.
"19.10.2016 12:55:00" nytimes.com Russian Hacker, Wanted by F.B.I., Is Arrested in Prague, Czechs Say The suspect was captured two days before the Obama administration formally accused Moscow of stealing emails from the Democratic National Committee and others. A Russian hacker suspected of pursuing targets in the U.S. has been arrested in the Czech Republic, the police said.
"19.10.2016 12:25:01" nytimes.com Ex-F.B.I. Official Acknowledges Role in New Clinton Email Controversy Brian McCauley said “all bets were off” on his offer to swap favors with a State Department counterpart once he found out a classification issue involved the Benghazi attack. A former FBI official talks about the "quid pro quo" offer at the center of the new Hillary Clinton email controversy.
"19.10.2016 12:10:01" nytimes.com How to form healthy habits in your 20s The patterns you establish right now will impact your health, productivity, financial security and happiness for decades. We now know how to create good habits and change bad ones like never before.
"19.10.2016 11:55:00" nytimes.com The Religious Right's Trump Schism “The world is getting a glimpse into the dark and rotting core of evangelicalism.” The divide between pro-Trump and anti-Trump evangelicals is a window into the future of the Republican Party. Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"19.10.2016 11:25:01" nytimes.com Review: 'Michael Moore in TrumpLand' Isn't About Donald Trump The film, which captures a live stage performance by Mr. Moore, is not a rollicking attack on the Republican nominee but a paean to Hillary Clinton. Michael Moore has made an earnest but not very entertaining pro-Hillary Clinton campaign film, Neil Genzlinger writes.
"19.10.2016 11:09:48" nytimes.com New York Times Names A.G. Sulzberger Deputy Publisher The selection, coming at a crucial moment for the company, positions him to succeed his father as publisher. Breaking News: The Times is bringing a new generation of the Sulzberger family into its top ranks, naming A.G. Sulzberger as deputy publisher.
"19.10.2016 10:55:00" nytimes.com Presidential Debate: What to Watch For How Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton approach their encounter in Las Vegas will go a long way in determining just how sordid the rest of the race will be. Is Donald J. Trump worried about his brand? Can Hillary Clinton find the right tone?
"19.10.2016 10:30:00" nytimes.com Your Wednesday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Daily Briefing: Here's what you need to know today.
"19.10.2016 09:55:01" nytimes.com Donald Trump's Call to Monitor Polls Raises Fears of Intimidation The candidate has issued dark warnings about a “stolen” election and voter fraud, using language that is leading to anxiety in minority communities. Donald J. Trump has spoken of the potential for "shenanigans" in Philadelphia, urging supporters to "go around and watch other polling places."
"19.10.2016 09:38:25" nytimes.com 12 Questions We'd Like to Hear at the Presidential Debate Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump will meet on Wednesday night at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, for their final debate of the presidential election. Times reporters shared their questions on the 6 scheduled topics.
"19.10.2016 08:32:30" UPDATE: The New York Times website is back up. Thanks for your patience.
"19.10.2016 07:52:35" nytimes.com Clinton Challenges Trump for a Traditional Republican Bloc, White Catholics The Clinton campaign senses a rare opportunity to block Mr. Trump's narrow path to victory by making inroads with a prized group of voters. White Catholics lean Republican, but Hillary Clinton could capture their vote.
"19.10.2016 07:25:00" nytimes.com Monopoly Tournament in Nigeria Mirrors Chaos of the Real-Life Property Market The tournament had two aims, to break the world record for simultaneous players of the game, and to teach children strategies for saving and investing. Nigerians love board games, especially Monopoly, which mimics the chaos of real estate market in biggest city, Lagos.
"19.10.2016 06:55:00" nytimes.com Samsung's Uneven Handling of Galaxy Note 7 Fires Angers Chinese The company's decision to exclude China from an initial recall has prompted a backlash that could further erode its position in the important market. His phone phone blew up. Later that day, 2 Samsung employees showed up at his house.
"19.10.2016 05:55:00" nytimes.com Saudi Arabia Executes a Prince Convicted in a Fatal Shooting The rare execution of a prince rocketed around social media, with some Saudis saying they never imagined such a thing would happen and others saying it showed the quality of their justice system. Saudi Arabia executed a member of the royal family for murder.
"19.10.2016 05:25:00" The executive director of the North Carolina Republican party said the group would not be intimidated after a firebomb was thrown into its headquarters in Orange County.
"19.10.2016 04:55:00" nytimes.com 'The Great British Bake Off' Changes the Way the British Bake No matter what the future holds for the reality TV competition, it has ushered in a golden age of baking in Britain. In the 6 years it has been on the air, The Great British Bake Off has changed the way the British regard baking, dessert-eating and even their own culture of sweets.
"19.10.2016 04:25:00" Timeline Photos The Northern Lights seen from Unstad, Norway — a popular destination for surfing.
Photo: Leslye Davis/The New York Times
"19.10.2016 03:55:00" nytimes.com People Magazine Says 6 People Corroborate Writer's Claim Trump Assaulted Her A People magazine article contains comments supporting the accusation of Natasha Stoynoff, a writer for the magazine. All 6 people said the writer, Natasha Stoynoff, told them about the episode with Donald J. Trump around the time it occurred.
"19.10.2016 03:25:00" nytimes.com Google Pixel Review: Assessing the New Smartphone The Pixel, which uses Android software and Assistant, an A.I. virtual assistant, is, relatively speaking, mediocre, but fans of Android won't regret buying one. Based on features alone, the Pixel is decent compared with Apple's iPhone 7 and Samsung Mobile's Galaxy S7.
"19.10.2016 02:59:41" nytimes.com At Previous Debates, Melania Trump and Bill Clinton Shook Hands. Not Anymore. In response to a Trump campaign plan at the last debate to parade women who accused Mr. Clinton of sexual assault into the hall, the Clinton campaign has gained approval to change entry protocol. Hillary Clinton's camp nixed the handshake, nervous about a Trump stunt involving the women who accused President Bill Clinton of sexual assault.
"19.10.2016 02:40:00" nytimes.com The one question you should ask about every new job Corporate culture is more important to your happiness than the salary, title or position. But how can you find out what the corporate culture is? "The culture of a workplace … has a huge impact on our happiness and success."
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"19.10.2016 02:25:00" nytimes.com Michael Moore's October Surprise: 'TrumpLand' Documentary The director is rushing the film into theaters on Wednesday. Michael Moore's October surprise: a new Donald J. Trump documentary opening Wednesday.
"19.10.2016 01:55:00" nytimes.com When a friend dies, what do I say to the family? When your words are honest and direct, stripped of pretense, you acknowledge the enormity of their experience. Be sincere, be brief and be available.
"19.10.2016 01:28:26" Timeline Photos President Obama and the first lady, Michelle Obama, welcomed Prime Minister Matteo Renzi of Italy, and his wife, Agnese Landini, for the last state dinner of the Obama presidency. http://nyti.ms/2ejD3so
Photo: Al Drago/The New York Times
"19.10.2016 00:56:53" nytimes.com Ecuador Cuts Internet of Julian Assange, WikiLeaks' Founder The country made it clear it feared it was being sucked into an effort to “interfere in electoral processes” in the United States. Ecuador cut the internet of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange over fears that he was using it to interfere in U.S. election.
"19.10.2016 00:31:00" nytimes.com 70 Nobel Laureates Endorse Hillary Clinton In a letter, the experts in science, medicine and economics argued for “a president who will support and advance policies that will enable science and technology to flourish.” The forceful endorsement of Hillary Clinton came in a letter signed by 70 Nobel laureates hailing from a variety of fields.
"19.10.2016 00:24:35" Nicholas Kristof Chatting about addiction with a mom who has struggled with drugs since age 12. Questions for us? Nicholas Kristof is talking about addiction with a mom who has struggled with drugs since age 12. Leave your questions in the comments.
"19.10.2016 00:10:00" nytimes.com Advice for women who travel solo, from women who travel solo An article on tips for young women who travel alone got a big response on Facebook — not all of it positive. Here's what readers had to say. "What's the point of traveling, if not to wander?"
"18.10.2016 23:55:52" nytimes.com What This 2012 Map Tells Us About America, and the Election History, race, religion, identity, geography: The 2012 election county-level map has many stories to tell, including about the 2016 race. You'd be surprised by how much you can learn about the U.S. from this map.
"18.10.2016 23:25:00" nytimes.com Dreams and Dramas on the Other Side of the Border A lot in the heart of Denver, where buses pick up passengers bound for dreams and dramas on the other side of the border, is a window into the immigrant's split soul. “Separation. You see a lot of that. The mother leaving her child. The child leaving the mother. This is how it goes.”
"18.10.2016 22:55:00" Timeline Photos More than 1,000 people gathered at Carnegie Hall on Monday to pay tribute to the longtime NYT photographer Bill Cunningham, who died in June.
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"18.10.2016 22:40:00" nytimes.com No time to work out? Try exercising on the job For many young people, it can be hard to get to the gym. Here are ways to fit fitness into your work day. If you can find 7 to 10 minutes, we've got a workout for you.
"18.10.2016 22:25:01" nytimes.com The Power of a Dinner Table Each Thursday, a couple opens its home and offers teenagers a warmth missing from their lives. "The problems facing this country are deeper than the labor participation rate and ISIS. It's a crisis of solidarity, a crisis of segmentation, spiritual degradation and intimacy," David Brooks writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"18.10.2016 21:55:00" nytimes.com Mario Batali (Yes, in His Orange Crocs) to Prepare Obamas' Last State Dinner While President Obama was at the United Nations, Michelle Obama was sampling Mr. Batali's food at Babbo to prepare for a dinner honoring Prime Minister Matteo Renzi of Italy. "These are some of my favorite people on the whole planet, and they're asking me to cook for the final state dinner of the presidency, and, oh, by the way, it's the Italians who are coming?" Mario Batali said. "It doesn't get better."
"18.10.2016 21:40:00" nytimes.com 3 airfare hacks for the committed penny-pincher These are outlier tips — but when used properly, they'll almost definitely save you a big chunk of money. Use them properly, and these tricks will almost definitely save you a big chunk of money.
"18.10.2016 21:25:01" cooking.nytimes.com Fried Chickpeas With Chorizo and Spinach Recipe Chickpeas are often cooked with spinach, from India to the New World. But in southern Spain, they are mostly made with chorizo. Here's a rich, deep, full-flavored stew perfect for a fast dinner.
"18.10.2016 20:55:00" nytimes.com Kerry James Marshall Is Shifting the Color of Art History For more than 40 years, the Chicago-based artist has made it his mission to paint black figures into the canon. Kerry James Marshall is challenging the art world's prejudices. “I don't believe in hope,” he said. “I believe in action.”
"18.10.2016 20:25:00" nytimes.com Should We See Everything a Cop Sees? Body cameras have been promoted as a solution to police misconduct. But the strange two-year saga of Seattle shows just how complicated total transparency can be. A technology meant for one purpose, once unleashed, is soon used for many others.
"18.10.2016 19:55:00" nytimes.com After Losses in Syria and Iraq, ISIS Moves the Goal Posts The group has been laying ideological groundwork to maintain its appeal as it suffers on the battlefield. ISIS has been making preparations for retrenchment and survival.
"18.10.2016 19:40:05" nytimes.com The only kitchen tools you really need To start cooking, it doesn't take anything fancier than this short list of pans and utensils. Make sure your kitchen has all the essentials.
"18.10.2016 19:25:00" nytimes.com Teaching Seventh Graders in a 'Total Mess' of an Election Season In Wisconsin, a crucial swing state, one teacher has aimed for civility in class, but has struggled to discuss the shocking tone of the presidential race. “We self-censor a lot,” one student said. “I think if you repeat some stuff that Donald J. Trump says, you could get sent down to the principal's office. Maybe even expelled.”
"18.10.2016 19:04:19" Obama to Trump: Stop Whining President Barack Obama said Donald J. Trump should “stop whining and go try to make his case to get votes.” http://nyti.ms/2dM61vP
"18.10.2016 18:40:01" nytimes.com How much of my income should be budgeted for rent? The size of your rent check could mean the difference between a tight budget and an unsustainable one. Rule of thumb: Aim to spend under 30% of your income on rent and utilities.
"18.10.2016 18:27:24" nytimes.com Live Chat: Confronting Racism Against Asian-Americans Join New York Times journalists and experts on Asian-American issues for a chat about race at 2:30 p.m. ET. Last week, Deputy Metro Editor Michael Luo wrote an open letter to the woman who yelled at him and his family to "go back to China." Since then, thousands of Asian-Americans have shared their experiences. What is the proper response to these types of
"18.10.2016 18:13:05" The New York Times Books Autumn is here, and that means new picture books for kids are looking especially lovely – or spooky, as the case may be. Maria Russo, Children's Books editor at the New York Times Book Review, will read and talk about the best autumn- and Halloween-themed Join The New York Times Books live for a discussion about the best Halloween-themed picture books this year.
"18.10.2016 17:55:00" nytimes.com Austria Seeks to Seize, and Possibly Tear Down, Hitler's House The Austrian government moved on Tuesday to seize the house where Hitler was born, and it may tear it down, in an effort to demystify a site that has become a magnet for neo-Nazis as well as tourists. The government's move to expropriate the building is intended to remove a site that has drawn neo-Nazis and tourists alike.
"18.10.2016 17:25:00" nytimes.com California Today: Disneyland Is Changing a Ride, and People Are Howling Tuesday: A ruckus breaks out over changes at the Disneyland Resort, bilingual education faces a test at the ballot box, and a look back at the devastating Loma Prieta earthquake of 1989. Disneyland is planning to re-theme one of its most popular Anaheim rides. Not everyone is happy.
"18.10.2016 16:54:56" nytimes.com Obama Tells Trump: Stop 'Whining' and Trying to Discredit the Election The president made the remarks at a news conference at the White House with Matteo Renzi, the prime minister of Italy. Breaking News: President Barack Obama said that Donald J. Trump should “stop whining” about a rigged election, an assertion “based on no facts.”
"18.10.2016 16:40:01" nytimes.com 11 ways to take a better food photo on Instagram Make the food photos on your Instagram feed more enticing, with tips for lighting, framing and honing your style. Step up your Instagram game, and make your food look amazing.
"18.10.2016 16:25:32" nytimes.com 6,000 Miles North of Hawaii There's a thriving surf scene in Norway's Lofoten Islands, where the waves are cold and the air is colder. “Cold water surfing is the new black.”
"18.10.2016 15:55:00" nytimes.com British Bank Abruptly Drops Russian Network RT's Accounts The state-financed network, also known as Russia Today, suggested that NatWest's decision hindered its freedom of speech, though critics consider RT a Kremlin mouthpiece. RT released a letter from NatWest telling the broadcaster to take its business elsewhere.
"18.10.2016 15:40:01" nytimes.com The best international destinations for the solo traveler Traveling alone, among other benefits, means never having to compromise your plans — but some destinations offer easier going than others. Five great spots for your next getaway.
"18.10.2016 15:25:01" Timeline Photos The effort to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from ISIS began on Monday morning. The photographer Bryan Denton was on the ground. http://nyti.ms/2ehqLfP
Photo: Bryan Denton for The New York Times
"18.10.2016 14:55:01" nytimes.com Could a President Clinton Be Tough on Wall St.? Her Staff's Emails Hint Yes The emails sent by her staff hint that she may be inclined to impose heavier regulations on the financial industry than is fully understood. Some of Hillary Clinton's detractors say that Wall Street owns her, but the Wikileaks documents point to a different dynamic.
"18.10.2016 14:44:56" The New York Times Opinion Section Columnist Gail Collins and Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, are talking what will happen to the Republicans, evangelicals, Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton after the 2016 election. Join columnist Gail Collins and Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, in a discussion about the 2016 election.
"18.10.2016 14:25:00" nytimes.com Nat Turner's Skull and My Student's Purse of Skin Americans have traded and passed down the remains of executed slaves for generations. It's time to stop. Americans have traded the remains of executed slaves for generations. It's time to stop. (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"18.10.2016 14:15:05" nytimes.com How to pick a health insurance plan For a young person, buying health insurance for the first time can be daunting. The answers to these questions can help. Open enrollment approaches. Here are some simple answers to basic questions about health insurance.
"18.10.2016 13:51:47" nytimes.com Roll Over Beyoncé: Chuck Berry Announces a Surprise Album On his 90th birthday the rock and roll legend Chuck Berry says he'll release a new record next year. It will be Chuck Berry's first studio album since 1979.
"18.10.2016 13:25:01" nytimes.com Pearl Jam and Tupac Shakur Lead Nominees for Rock Hall of Fame Of the 19 nominees, 9 were getting their first nods, including Pearl Jam and Mr. Shakur in their first year of eligibility. Pearl Jam, 2pac, Jane's Addiction and Depeche Mode lead the latest crop of nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
"18.10.2016 12:55:00" nytimes.com Is This Election Over? We talk numbers with Nate Cohn, a reporter for The Upshot and our most trusted translator of polls. The math is grim for Donald J. Trump.
"18.10.2016 12:25:00" nytimes.com Battle for Mosul Tests Obama Strategy to Shift Fight's Burden From U.S. The administration's counterterrorism doctrine aims to spread military responsibilities to regional partners rather than have the United States act alone. President Barack Obama's doctrine of helping other countries militarily rather than leading every fight is facing its greatest test yet.
"18.10.2016 11:55:00" nytimes.com What Our Sons Are Learning From Donald Trump A presidential candidate's definition of masculinity prompts a second look at the damaging assumptions behind “boys will be boys.” Donald J. Trump's behavior can be confusing for some boys, a psychologist said: "They think, 'He's doing stuff that if I tried in school, I'd get in trouble for.'"
"18.10.2016 11:40:01" nytimes.com Guide for Borrowing Library Books on Your Phone and Tablet Thousands of public libraries around the country offer digital content you can borrow for a short period to use on your mobile device and computer. A new use for an old card.
"18.10.2016 11:25:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump Says He Might Meet With Putin Before Inauguration In a radio interview on Monday, Mr. Trump said that Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration have been too aggressive with the Russian president. "If I win on Nov. 8, I could see myself meeting with Putin and meeting with Russia prior to the start of the administration," Donald J. Trump said.
"18.10.2016 10:55:01" nytimes.com Haitians, Battered by Hurricane, Huddle in Caves Hundreds of villagers fled into caves as Hurricane Matthew destroyed their homes. "Without this cave, a lot of people would have died. This is the only shelter we have."
"18.10.2016 10:32:01" nytimes.com Mosul, Melania Trump, Michelle Obama: Your Tuesday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Daily Briefing: Here's what you need to know today.
"18.10.2016 10:22:05" nytimes.com David Letterman (and His Beard) Shop at Target These Days The former “Late Show” host on the liberation of retirement: shaving optional, shopping solo and coming to terms with a certain late-night feud. "I don't miss late-night television," David Letterman said. "And I'm a little embarrassed that, for 33 years, it was the laser focus of my life."
"18.10.2016 09:55:00" nytimes.com The Advance Toward Mosul: Traps, Smoke Screens and Suicide Bombers Thick funnels of black smoke began rising from the towns — a past tactic used by the Islamic State militants, setting oil barrels aflame to try to screen them from American airstrikes. Kurdish pesh merga forces started their push toward ISIS slowly, by moonlight. Soon, the crawl became a run.
"18.10.2016 09:29:00" nytimes.com Would-Be Leader of UKIP Quits, Saying Party Is in a 'Death Spiral' The party had “no future” without Mr. Farage, who held it together, he said. Steven Woolfe said that there was "something rotten" in the UK Independence Party (UKIP).
"18.10.2016 09:10:00" nytimes.com As Manchester United and Liverpool Face Off, José Mourinho Provides the Only Thrill Mourinho's signature gamesmanship was on display as the longtime rivals played to a 0-0 draw in a game that was eagerly awaited but featured little excitement. Only one participant truly stood out: José Mourinho.
"18.10.2016 08:55:00" nytimes.com 'Brexit' May Hurt Britain Where It Thrives: Science and Research Though nothing has changed since Britain voted to leave the European Union, the worries of Britain's scientists mirror concerns in the business community. EU money accounted for 40% of funding for cancer research in Britain over the last decade, according to a consulting firm.
"18.10.2016 08:25:01" nytimes.com For Clinton and Trump, There's Little Debating a Climate Change Divide Most Americans say they are interested in the issue, but it came up only once in the first two debates and is not among topics listed for the third. Looks like a rerun: Wednesday's presidential debate will not have a climate question. Again.
"18.10.2016 07:55:00" nytimes.com In François Mitterrand Letters, an Intimate Portrait of the Other Woman France is enthralled by the publication of letters that President Mitterrand, who died in 1996, sent to Anne Pingeot, the love of his life. He wrote her about art and culture, political struggles and foreign dignitaries — and his passionate desire for her body.
"18.10.2016 07:25:00" 21 of the approximately 270 kidnapped schoolgirls from Chibok, Nigeria, had an emotional reunion with their families on Sunday.
"18.10.2016 06:55:01" nytimes.com Donald Trump and the G.O.P.: The Party of Lincoln, Reagan and, Perhaps, Extinction Mr. Trump's rise has exacerbated tensions and deepened divisions within the 162-year-old Republican Party, raising concerns that it may go the way of the Whigs. "We are slain," cried a representative from Ohio. "The party is dead, dead, dead!"
"18.10.2016 05:55:00" nytimes.com How Baseball and Journalism Made Los Angeles and Chicago Rivals Forget the National League playoff between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Chicago Cubs. We awoke today to an even fiercer battle between these two cities, with a storm of insults. With the Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Dodgers playing for the NLCS, newspapers in the 2 cities kicked off a skirmish. But did they go too far?
"18.10.2016 05:25:01" nytimes.com Jared Kushner Talks of a Trump TV Network With a Media Deal Maker Mr. Kushner, Donald J. Trump's son-in-law, informally reached out to a veteran media investment banker, who is also a friend, about setting up the channel. Donald J. Trump's son-in-law has discussed the possibility of a Trump-branded TV network.
"18.10.2016 04:55:00" nytimes.com 'This Is the Only Shelter We Have': Storm-Battered Haitians Huddle in Caves “It is our house that God created when we most needed it,” said one of the hundreds of villagers who fled into caves as Hurricane Matthew destroyed their homes. “The only place they can seek shelter is the cave. There are no more houses there.”
"18.10.2016 04:25:00" nytimes.com Florida Man Who Fired at George Zimmerman's Car Gets 20 Years in Prison Matthew Apperson said he had fired at Mr. Zimmerman in self-defense in 2015. George Zimmerman was cleared in the 2012 killing of Trayvon Martin. Matthew Apperson, convicted of shooting at Zimmerman's car, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
"18.10.2016 03:55:01" nytimes.com My Asian Pussycat Parents I was raised by a mom and dad who did not want me to worry about getting C's as long as I was happy in college and beyond. "My mom and dad weren't the stereotypical Asian tiger parents, pressuring me to work tirelessly for the best grades. I developed a strong work ethic of my own accord, instead of doing it to placate my family."
"18.10.2016 03:25:00" nytimes.com Paul Krugman: Their Dark Fantasies Why do Republicans hate America? Their vision of the country is at odds with the reality. "On the right, you find prominent figures describing our society as a nightmarish dystopia. This is true for Donald J. Trump, who views the world through blood-colored glasses," Paul Krugman writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"18.10.2016 02:55:00" nytimes.com Shameful Silence on Donald Trump's Lies About Vote-Rigging Republican leaders must reject the ridiculous notion that a national election can be “rigged.” "Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell sit in spineless silence as Donald J. Trump lies about a 'rigged' vote," the Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"18.10.2016 02:25:00" nytimes.com Pedals the Walking Bear Is Dead, New Jersey Officials Believe A 333-pound American black bear with damaged forepaws like those of Pedals was killed during the state's annual bear hunt. New Jersey officials said it believed the famous bear was dead. And it had photographic evidence.
"18.10.2016 02:10:00" Survivors of sexual assault are speaking out in unprecedented numbers since Donald J. Trump's 2005 recording went public.
"18.10.2016 01:59:06" nytimes.com Agencies Clashed on Classification of Clinton Email, Inquiry Shows Newly released documents include discussion of a possible “quid pro quo” to settle a dispute between the State Department and the F.B.I. over the classification of one of Mrs. Clinton's emails. The State Department and FBI had sharp disputes over the classification of Hillary Clinton's emails, including a discussion of a possible “quid pro quo” to settle one disagreement.
"18.10.2016 01:40:00" nytimes.com What You Should Watch This Week From the Watching team, expert TV and movie recommendations for the next few days. Here's what our NYT Watching experts recommend this week.
"18.10.2016 01:26:35" nytimes.com Why Trump Doubled Down on the Central Park Five The Republican nominee still says, despite all the evidence, that the five men confessed to sexual assault so they must be guilty. He's not alone. Donald J. Trump still says, despite all the evidence, that the 5 men confessed to sexual assault so they must be guilty. He's not alone. (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"18.10.2016 01:10:00" nytimes.com The definitive guide to cord-cutting in 2016 We teamed up with The Wirecutter to come up with cord-cutter bundles for movie buffs, sports addicts, fans of premium TV shows, binge watchers and families with children. Saying goodbye to cable? We've got you covered.
"18.10.2016 00:55:01" nytimes.com The Misleading Promise of I.V.F. for Women Over 40 Clinics' promotions don't reflect the 80 percent failure rate, critics say. “What the industry didn't say is that the success rate for older women is consistently low. It focused on the 20% of women who succeed, not the 80% failure rate."
"18.10.2016 00:26:56" nytimes.com Billy Bush Officially Departs NBC The terms of his departure are not known but he is believed to have left the network with a large settlement. He is free to seek a position elsewhere. Billy Bush is officially out at NBC.
"18.10.2016 00:10:00" nytimes.com 'Ladies First': Saudi Arabia's Female Candidates In Saudi Arabia, women still can't drive. But they have been recently granted the right to vote and to run in an election. In this documentary, The Times's Mona El-Naggar takes us inside the ultraconservative kingdom and into the largely inaccessible “I see it as a great opportunity to give women a chance to stand next to men for once.”
When Saudi Arabia allowed women to run for office, 900 of them raised their hands. Meet 3 of the candidates.
"17.10.2016 23:55:00" nytimes.com Audience Members Walk Out on Amy Schumer After Trump Criticisms At a show in Tampa, Fla., the comedian's criticisms of Donald J. Trump drew boos, and some 200 people left. About 200 people walked out of an Amy Schumer show in Tampa after she criticized Donald J. Trump onstage.
"17.10.2016 23:40:00" nytimes.com How to take care of a cast-iron pan Seasoning with water and oil gives the skillet a smooth, nonstick surface. A cast-iron skillet is a cook's best friend. And it takes very little work to keep it happy.
"17.10.2016 23:25:00" nytimes.com I Hardly Expected My Letter to Donald Trump to Go Viral Like lots of lawyers, I write dozens of lawyer letters every year — and they tend to have an audience of one. A reader's letter to David McCraw, The Times's lawyer: “I've never wanted to hang a paragraph from a lawyer on my fridge before.”
"17.10.2016 22:55:00" nytimes.com 'We Are Moving On': Melania Trump Breaks Near Silence to Defend Husband Ms. Trump, who has shied from interviews since her plagiarized speech at the Republican convention, said a lewd recording of her husband was “not the man that I know.” Melania Trump emerged from her near-total silence to defend her husband, saying, “We are moving on.”
"17.10.2016 22:25:00" nytimes.com Taunting Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton Pushes Into Red States Hillary Clinton hopes to extend her edge over Donald J. Trump and help down-ballot Democrats in what party leaders increasingly see as a potential wave election. Hillary Clinton is “dramatically expanding” her efforts in Arizona, dispatching her most potent surrogate, Michelle Obama.
"17.10.2016 22:10:00" nytimes.com How to have more engaging conversations in everyday life Experts discuss the art of great discussion. It's time to get past small talk.
"17.10.2016 21:55:00" instagram.com Instagram photo by Bryan Denton • Oct 17, 2016 at 4:48pm UTC See this Instagram photo by @bdentonphoto • 747 likes Kurdish forces began advancing on a string of villages east of Mosul on Monday, the start of a long-awaited campaign to reclaim Iraq's second-largest city from the Islamic State.
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"17.10.2016 21:25:51" Nicholas Kristof Chatting with the amazing Annette Dove in Arkansas about her program to empower at-risk kids. She's America's Mother Teresa! Nicholas Kristof is chatting with the Annette Dove in Arkansas about her program to empower at-risk kids.
"17.10.2016 21:25:00" nytimes.com What Do the Scary Clowns Want? Urban legends, anxious times and disenfranchised men in makeup. Before the Great Clown Scare of 2016, there were the hysterias of 1991, 1985 and 1981. (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"17.10.2016 21:10:00" nytimes.com 15 ways to be a better person A year's worth of tips from the Styles archive. No. 1: Wear comfortable underwear.
(via The New York Times Styles)
"17.10.2016 20:55:00" nytimes.com How 2 American Teenagers Became Assassins Dan Slater's “Wolf Boys” is about how American teenagers trained by a Mexican drug cartel murdered on both sides of the border. One teen "dreamed of something glorious to fill the blah of life." He and a fellow Texan were then recruited by a Mexican drug cartel.
"17.10.2016 20:31:41" nytimes.com California Today: Jewish Delis Disappear, Bagel by Bagel Monday: Rising rents spell doom for mom-and-pops in Los Angeles, Silicon Valley leaps into the political fray over Donald J. Trump, and the governor pushes prison reform. Los Angeles's old-school kosher delis are shuttering because of rising rents and changing consumer appetites.
"17.10.2016 20:18:40" The New York Times Styles Bill Cunningham passed away 4 months ago and the people who loved him have gathered at Stern Auditorium I Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall for a celebration of his life. Watch with us as Anna Wintour, former mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Arthur Sulzberger Bill Cunningham, a staff photographer for The New York Times, passed away 4 months ago, and the people who loved him have gathered to celebrate his life. Watch Anna Wintour, former New York City mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and others share their memories
"17.10.2016 20:10:00" nytimes.com Alex Jones in the Limelight: Who Is He? Mr. Jones is a talk radio host and conspiracy theorist who is drawing greater attention, most recently from President Obama. Alex Jones has called Hillary Clinton "an abject psychopathic demon from hell" who was bent on destroying the planet.
"17.10.2016 19:58:43" The New York Times Books Two friends, but only one hat: What is there to do? That's the premise of “We Found a Hat,” the latest picture book from Jon Klassen, a popular author-illustrator whose books have made the NYT Bestseller list. Klassen joins us today for a live-drawing Join us for a live-drawing session with Maria Russo, the children's books editor at The New York Times Book Review, and Jon Klassen, a popular author-illustrator whose books have made the NYT Bestseller list.
"17.10.2016 19:55:00" nytimes.com Californians, Having Curbed Bilingual Education, May Now Expand It A ballot measure in November seeks to overturn limits passed in 1998, an effort that will test how the state's attitude toward immigrants has changed in two decades. In 1998, voters in California passed a law that severely restricted bilingual education in public schools.
In 2016, they are being asked to overturn it.
"17.10.2016 19:25:01" nytimes.com Why Mosul Is Critical in the Battle Against ISIS Iraq's second-largest city was once home to more than two million residents before the Islamic State claimed it as a stronghold of its self-proclaimed caliphate. 5 reasons why Mosul is strategically and symbolically vital in the fight against ISIS.
"17.10.2016 19:10:00" nytimes.com The 8 health habits experts say you need in your 20s If you had just one piece of health advice for people in their 20s, what would it be? The health decisions you make in your 20s can set you up for the rest of your life.
"17.10.2016 19:09:11" The New York Times Opinion Section Captain Mark Kelly is a retired astronaut and co-founder with his wife, Gabby Giffords, of Americans for Responsible Solutions, which seeks to prevent gun violence. Leave your questions for him in the comments. Captain Mark Kelly is a retired astronaut and with his wife, Gabby Giffords, co-founder of Americans for Responsible Solutions, which seeks to prevent gun violence. Leave your questions for him in the comments.
"17.10.2016 18:55:00" nytimes.com Sympathetic Canadians Have a Message for Americans: You Guys Are Great A new Canadian social media campaign, “Tell America It's Great,” aims to give neighbors to the south a pep talk during this contentious election season. To a jaded American eye, it may look like the most Canadian thing ever.
"17.10.2016 18:25:00" nytimes.com The New Protesters Defying Donald Trump: His Customers Small, inconspicuous acts of rebellion have taken aim at perhaps the candidate's most prized possession — his brand name — by boycotting what he's selling. Some Americans are cutting up Trump ties, canceling stays at Trump hotels and no longer drinking Trump wines.
"17.10.2016 18:10:00" nytimes.com How to find the perfect throw pillow Patterned throw pillows are one of the simplest and least risky ways to change the feeling of a room. It's one of the easiest ways to change the feeling of a room.
"17.10.2016 17:56:59" nytimes.com Why Isn't the U.S. Better at Predicting Extreme Weather? Accuracy is everything, given that extreme weather — tornadoes, flash floods, heat waves — kills more than 500 Americans each year. Hurricanes like Matthew have laid bare the dirty secret of the National Weather Service: its technologies and methods are woefully behind the times.
"17.10.2016 17:40:00" nytimes.com 'Westworld' Season 1, Episode 3: Don't Make Arnold's Mistake As some of the hosts go further astray, Dr. Ford makes a reminder to remember what — not who — they really are. The latest episode of "Westworld" brings to mind "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind." If you watched it, what did you think?
"17.10.2016 17:25:01" nytimes.com Just Like Trump, I Avoided Paying Federal Taxes We both inherited buildings from our dads. We both got audited. We both refuse to say what we owe. But now I'm paying. "I'm like Donald J. Trump, somewhat. We both inherited buildings from our fathers. I've kept my father's properties and bought a couple more buildings. For my first couple of years I had 'loss carry-forwards.' I lost money and paid no federal taxes." Read
"17.10.2016 17:16:18" The New York Times - Well - Health Come meditate with us at The New York Times. During this week's Mindful Monday, we're focusing on common meditation difficulties. Adreanna Limbach is a personal coach and meditation instructor at MNDFL who is leading a group meditation for NYT employees. Come meditate with us at The New York Times. During this week's Mindful Monday, we're focusing on common meditation difficulties. Adreanna Limbach is a personal coach and meditation instructor who is leading a group meditation for NYT employees. Follow
"17.10.2016 16:55:01" nytimes.com How to Register to Vote (if You Still Can) In many states, this is the last week to register before the November presidential election. Here's a state-by-state list of deadlines. If you're not registered to vote, you may be running out of time.
"17.10.2016 16:40:01" nytimes.com Tips for the solo, younger female traveler Some factors to keep in mind when it comes to your personal safety and cultural mores around the world. Tip 3: Don't take a local taxi from the airport to your hotel. Book your transportation in advance from a trustworthy car service company. Your hotel concierge or an on-the-ground tour operator should have recommendations.
"17.10.2016 16:25:00" nytimes.com No Joy in Football? N.F.L. Celebration Penalties Rise Sharply The league says it has not changed its rules on celebrations; it has only asked officials to pay more attention to enforcing the existing rules. Don't twerk. Don't point. Don't shoot. The "No Fun League" is doubling down on celebrations.
"17.10.2016 15:55:00" nytimes.com In China, Property Frenzy, Fake Divorces and a Bloating Bubble As experts warn about the soaring cost of housing, the growing use of mortgages could make the country's latest property boom particularly unstable. When a rumor spread that Shanghai authorities would make it harder for couples with one home to buy more, many residents filed for divorce.
"17.10.2016 15:25:00" nytimes.com Magnate's Twin Goals: Fighting Climate Change and Electing Donald Trump Andrew Sabin, who made a fortune recycling precious metals, is a political paradox, throwing his wallet behind climate change initiatives and the Republican nominee. This wealthy environmentalist supports Donald J. Trump. He has erected several “Hillary for Prison” yard signs. After the signs disappeared in the middle of the night, he placed them on stilts and surrounded them with a 6,600-volt electrified fence.
"17.10.2016 15:10:31" nytimes.com 5 easy recipes you should know how to make Dishes that go easy on ingredients and equipment, and set you up with leftovers. Because it's Monday, and dinner should be easy.
"17.10.2016 14:55:00" nytimes.com Campaign Aims to Help Pepe the Frog Shed Its Image as Hate Symbol The Anti-Defamation League, which had added the cartoon image to its list of hate symbols, is working with Pepe's creator to reclaim its image on social media. "Pepe was never intended to be used as a symbol of hate."
"17.10.2016 14:31:06" New York Today Have a question about what it is like raising a child with microcephaly? Ask it here.
Christine Grounds, who is raising a son with microcephaly, is answering questions on Facebook today. Microcephaly is a condition marked by an abnormally small head and Have a question about what it is like raising a child with microcephaly? Ask it here.
"17.10.2016 14:25:00" nytimes.com Ripples From the 'How Low Can They Go' Campaign As the run for president veered to Donald J. Trump's treatment of women, and whether Bill Clinton's was worse, Americans collectively shook their heads. For voters across party lines, the presidential race was already ugly. And yet it managed to tip into something worse in recent days.
"17.10.2016 13:55:00" nytimes.com Criticism of the News Media Takes On a More Sinister Tone Coverage of this year's presidential campaign can certainly be faulted, but there is danger in the incendiary talk used by Donald Trump. "Someone's going to get hurt" has become a common refrain in American newsrooms, Jim Rutenberg writes.
"17.10.2016 13:40:58" We're at a migrant camp in Calais, France, known as the "jungle," which the government has vowed to dismantle by the end of the year. Send your questions.
"17.10.2016 13:25:00" nytimes.com For Donald Trump, Lessons in Grace The patriotic concession speeches of prior presidential candidates show an alternative to his corrosive conspiracies. Rising. Healing. Linking arms. Moving on. That's what's supposed to happen in the aftermath of even the bitterest elections. Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"17.10.2016 12:55:01" nytimes.com One Family's Struggle With Microcephaly, the Birth Defect Now Linked to Zika Watching the unfolding epidemic and concerned that many people did not grasp what it meant to raise a child with the condition, a Manhattan couple offered to share their experience. "I was hysterically crying all the time," a mother recalls of her son's early days.
"17.10.2016 12:25:00" nytimes.com To the First Lady, With Love Four thank-you notes to Michelle Obama. Michelle Obama has spent the past 8 years quietly and confidently changing the course of American history.
"17.10.2016 11:55:01" nytimes.com Donald Trump, the Worst of America He has mocked, whined, chided, bemoaned and belittled. Donald J. Trump is the logical extension of toxic masculinity and ambient misogyny. He is the logical extension of rampant racism, Charles M. Blow writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"17.10.2016 11:25:00" nytimes.com An Agent Shot a Boy Across the U.S. Border. Can His Parents Sue? The Supreme Court will decide whether the Constitution covers a teenager who was on the Mexican side of the line when an American guard killed him. The boy was shot in the head from about 60 feet away.
"17.10.2016 10:55:01" nytimes.com Hillary Clinton Liked Covert Action if It Stayed Covert, Transcript Shows She told a Goldman Sachs event in 2013 that she had no problem acting secretly inside Syria if that course provided the best chance of success. "My view was you intervene as covertly as is possible for Americans to intervene," Hillary Clinton said at a Goldman Sachs event in 2013.
"17.10.2016 10:30:00" nytimes.com Your Monday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Daily Briefing: Here's what you need to know today.
"17.10.2016 09:55:00" nytimes.com How Iraq Plans to Take Back Mosul From ISIS Iraqi, Kurdish and allied forces began an operation early on Monday to retake Mosul. The fighting is likely to be fierce.
"17.10.2016 09:25:01" nytimes.com China Launches 2 Astronauts on Its Longest Space Mission Images broadcast on CCTV showed the astronauts giving a salute seconds before launch, and 15 minutes later they could be seen on the live feed clasping their gloved hands, apparently a sign of a successful launch. A 30-day stay on an orbiting lab would set a national record as part of a program to visit the moon in 2025.
"17.10.2016 08:55:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump Reveals Evangelical Rifts That Could Shape Politics for Years While most of the religious right's old guard has chosen to stand by Mr. Trump, its judgment and authority are being challenged by evangelicals who are younger, minorities and women. "Trump has consistently normalized violence, sexual deviance, bigotry and hate speech," said Jen Hatmaker, an evangelical motivational speaker. "I wouldn't accept this from my seventh-grade son, much less from a potential leader of the free world."
"17.10.2016 08:29:50" nytimes.com 21 Chibok Schoolgirls, Reuniting With Parents, Tell of Boko Haram Slavery At a joyful ceremony, parents of the freed Nigerian girls heard them describe their two years of captivity. The girls lived in grass huts and were forced to convert to Islam. At first they ate rice and maize. But then food became scarce.
"17.10.2016 08:08:31" nytimes.com North Carolina G.O.P. Building Is Firebombed The party posted images on Twitter of the damaged building in Hillsborough, N.C., on Sunday afternoon that showed blackened walls, charred couches and burned campaign signs for Donald J. Trump and several local candidates. Graffiti painted nearby depicted a swastika and the warning, "Nazi Republicans leave town or else."
"17.10.2016 07:27:57" nytimes.com Without a Constitution, 'Brexit' Is Guided by a Prerogative. But Whose? To date, the Conservative government has dismissed the case as legal “camouflage,” a thinly disguised effort to frustrate the will of the people expressed in a June plebiscite. A court is considering whether a set of archaic rules allows British leaders to bypass Parliament in leaving the EU.
"17.10.2016 06:55:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump Says He's a 'Big Fan' of Hindus He also praised India's prime minister, Narendra Modi, at an Indian-American charity event. "I am a big fan of Hindu, and I am a big fan of India," Donald J. Trump said. "Big, big fan." He also praised Narendra Modi, the Indian prime minister.
"17.10.2016 05:55:00" nytimes.com With Idols in Ranks, South Korean Army Steps to a K-Pop Beat Military service is compulsory for young men, even celebrities, who perform in military bands and at an annual promotional festival. Where do army bands include pop stars? In South Korea, of course.
"17.10.2016 04:55:00" nytimes.com Is It Time to Desegregate the Sexes? The fiercest battleground between gender inclusivity and bodily privacy is the locker room, not the bathroom. A number of Christian groups, at least one radical feminist organization and 23 states are suing over the new definition of sex.
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"17.10.2016 04:31:45" nytimes.com Kurdish Troops Advance on ISIS-Held Villages East of Mosul About 4,000 pesh merga forces are involved in the operation to retake 10 Iraqi villages, the opening phase of a battle that could take weeks or months. It was in Mosul that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS, declared a caliphate, or Islamic state, that spanned the borders of Iraq and Syria.
"17.10.2016 03:55:00" nytimes.com House Republicans in Close Races Worry Trump's Problems May Hurt Them Some lawmakers are distancing themselves from the top of the ticket, but many analysts say there is scant evidence that voters will penalize them. Like many Republicans, she's trying to keep Donald J. Trump's problems from becoming hers.
"17.10.2016 02:55:00" nytimes.com The Fear of Having a Son The common wisdom is that most men want sons, but that's starting to shift. "The common wisdom, as research verifies, is that most men want sons. That's starting to shift. Some men, like me, fear becoming fathers to sons."
"17.10.2016 01:55:00" nytimes.com Review: The Anti-Clinton Brigade's Four-Letter Word Obsession Edward Klein's “Guilty as Sin,” Gary J. Byrne's “Crisis of Character” and other books suggest that Hillary Clinton curses like a sailor. And they take umbrage. Books taking aim at Hillary Clinton seem to be most concerned about her cursing, and her “unfeminine” quest for power. (via The New York Times Books)
"17.10.2016 00:55:01" nytimes.com Anna Kendrick: Movie Star. Twitter Star. Ready for More. Ms. Kendrick discusses her many projects coming out this fall, including “The Accountant,” the film she stars in alongside Ben Affleck, and her memoir. "I made a lot of movies in the last couple of years, and they're all coming out right now," Anna Kendrick said. "I'm sorry that I'm oversaturating my own market."
"16.10.2016 23:55:00" nytimes.com New York's Secret Doors and Hidden Rooms Everyone loves a mystery, and some buildings have secret spaces tucked inside them. Secret spaces are not just in the past. Some newer buildings have hidden doors and passages waiting to be discovered.
"16.10.2016 22:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Our 20 Most Popular Cauliflower Recipes Our 20 Most Popular Cauliflower Recipes is a group of recipes collected by the editors of NYT Cooking Cauliflower parmesan and more. (via The New York Times Food)
"16.10.2016 22:25:00" nytimes.com I Crossed the World How an accidental circumnavigation — with stops in Japan and Germany — awakened the spirit of exploration in me. He did something accidentally that ancient explorers only dreamed of.
"16.10.2016 21:55:00" well.blogs.nytimes.com Since Milk Is White, Why Is Butter Yellow? Cows that eat grass and flowers store the yellow pigment beta carotene, found naturally in those plants, in their fat. You asked. We answered. (via The New York Times - Well - Health)
"16.10.2016 21:25:01" nytimes.com Donald Trump Intensifies His Claim That Campaign Is 'Rigged' Mr. Trump sowed doubts about the integrity of the democratic process on Sunday even as his own running mate assured voters the election would be legitimate. As Donald J. Trump tweeted about an electoral process that is "absolutely being rigged by the dishonest and distorted media," Mike Pence said they would "absolutely accept the result of the election."
"16.10.2016 20:55:00" nytimes.com Iraqi Forces Attack Mosul, Seeking to Dislodge Islamic State As the offensive to retake the city neared, residents were hoarding food, and Islamic State militants were frantically building tunnels. Update: Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi of Iraq announced on Monday the launch of a campaign to retake Mosul, the largest city controlled by the Islamic State.
"16.10.2016 20:08:08" nytimes.com Martina Navratilova Is a Trailblazer in the Art of Speaking Out Navratilova, who has won more Wimbledon titles than anyone else, admires what Colin Kaepernick and others are doing and has a long history of standing up for her own beliefs. The tennis champion said athletes should be praised for speaking out on social issues – not shamed for it — especially when they do so in a peaceful way, as the San Francisco 49ers' Colin Kaepernick has.
"16.10.2016 19:19:55" nytimes.com 2016 Election Forecast: Who Will Be President? The Upshot's presidential forecast, updated daily. 23 days until Election Day. Through Nov. 8, The Upshot will update its presidential forecast daily.
"16.10.2016 18:55:00" nytimes.com How to Be a Man in the Age of Trump Will the G.O.P. candidate unwittingly inspire a new bipartisan feminism? "'Don't sexually assault women' (or, for that matter, 'Don't get a girl pregnant') is an awfully low bar for acceptable behavior."
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"16.10.2016 18:25:00" nytimes.com Metaphorically Speaking, Men Are Expected to be Struck by Genius, Women to Nurture It Research into the metaphors used to describe inventions found that they carried implicit associations about men and women's stereotypical gender roles. How the metaphors used to describe discovery affect men and women in the sciences.
"16.10.2016 17:55:00" nytimes.com How Cats Evolved to Win the Internet They're cute. They're stalkers. It was inevitable that they'd take over the web. LOLcats spread and multiplied, just like Australia's colonial-era cat castaways, which have become nearly 20 million strays today.
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"16.10.2016 17:05:48" nytimes.com Haiti and Africa Projects Shed Light on Clinton's Public-Private Web Interlocking public and private relationships have long characterized the inner circle of Hillary Clinton, continuing during her State Department tenure. Hillary Clinton's top State Department aide helped win U.S. support for an investor in Haiti — and then went into business with him.
The revelations shed light on the interlocking public and private relationships that have long characterized the
"16.10.2016 16:55:01" nytimes.com Andrew Kaczynski, From BuzzFeed to CNN Known for his campaign scoops, the digital boy wonder Andrew Kaczynski has grown up and moved on. This 26-year-old, who eats garbanzo beans at his desk and runs while wearing a 12-pound training vest, dug up evidence showing that Donald J. Trump had backed the invasion of Iraq before the war.
He also provided proof that Mitt Romney had touted his
"16.10.2016 16:25:00" nytimes.com Nostalgia for the Grace of George H.W. Bush The journey from Bush to Trump disproves Darwin. In 1988, George H.W. Bush found the idea of Donald J. Trump in office to be "strange and unbelievable."
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"16.10.2016 15:55:00" How to Make Easy Macaroni and Cheese A supremely easy and creamy macaroni and cheese.
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"16.10.2016 15:25:00" nytimes.com In Somalia, U.S. Escalates a Shadow War With lessons from the “Black Hawk Down” battle of 1993, the Obama administration has intensified America's military role in the past year. The clandestine Somalia campaign is a blueprint for warfare that President Obama has embraced and will pass to his successor.
"16.10.2016 14:55:00" nytimes.com Hacked Transcripts Reveal a Genial Hillary Clinton at Goldman Sachs Events WikiLeaks released the material as part of a trove of emails obtained in an illegal breach of a top aide's email account. Hillary Clinton's campaign declined to share her speeches to Wall Street firms during the primary contests. But this weekend, transcripts of 3 appearances at Goldman Sachs events were released by WikiLeaks.
"16.10.2016 14:25:01" nytimes.com 4 Are Killed After Pickup Truck Plunges Off San Diego Bridge Nine other people were injured, including the driver, who officials said would be arrested. The truck plunged 60 feet off the San Diego-Coronado Bridge into a crowd gathered at a park below.
"16.10.2016 13:55:01" nytimes.com Katharine Hayhoe, a Climate Explainer Who Stays Above the Storm “If you begin a conversation with, 'You're an idiot,' that's the end of the conversation, too,” says the Texas Tech scientist, an evangelical Christian spreading a gospel on warming. Katharine Hayhoe has some methods for persuading people who deny climate change. For instance, don't start by saying "You're an idiot."
"16.10.2016 12:55:00" nytimes.com The Power Pastor: How A.R. Bernard Built a New York Megachurch The reverend's intellectualism and distinctive brand of man-up Christianity draws a wide audience to his church, the largest in New York. "He can talk about God in a way that makes you attracted to God so you don't get lost in all the rules and regulations."
"16.10.2016 11:55:01" cooking.nytimes.com Chicken and Pumpkin with Dumplings Recipe Asha Gomez moved to the American South from Kerala, a region of southern India This recipe, from her book "My Two Souths: Blending the Flavors of India into a Southern Kitchen," marries Southern-style dumplings made with rice flour and Indian flavors The Sure, you can carve them. But it's time to start cooking them, too.
"16.10.2016 10:55:01" nytimes.com If Hillary Clinton Groped Men Is there a double standard for women in politics? You decide. Nicholas Kristof says: Imagine if Hillary Clinton had done these 26 things. (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"16.10.2016 09:55:01" nytimes.com Wells Fargo Says Customers Shied Away After Scandal The bank said customer loyalty had fallen as fewer checking accounts and credit card accounts were opened in September. Wells Fargo disclosed that new account openings had taken a nose-dive since the scandal over illegal activity at the bank erupted: Customers opened 25% fewer checking accounts and applied for 20% fewer credit cards in September compared with a year ago.
"16.10.2016 08:55:00" nytimes.com Why Chinese Women Still Can't Get a Break Social changes that have given urban Chinese women new liberties and ambitions often impede their freedom in other ways. Widespread as it is in China, gender discrimination has prompted little public debate. Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"16.10.2016 06:55:01" nytimes.com How the U.S. Became More Involved in the War in Yemen The United States has become more directly involved in Yemen's civil war. More than 10,000 people have been killed in Yemen's civil war. This week, the U.S. became more directly involved in the conflict.
"16.10.2016 04:55:00" nytimes.com Social Q's: When to Step In His friend has a drinking problem; his family is nowhere in sight. Should he call them? A family wedding is too far to attend. What to do? And more. "His parents are dead, and his sister lives several states away. May I tell her that he has a drinking problem?"
"16.10.2016 03:58:01" nytimes.com Pedals the Walking Bear Said to Be Killed by a Hunter in New Jersey The American black bear, who became an internet sensation for strolling around neighborhoods on his hind legs, was believed to have been killed during a five-day hunting season. Pedals, a beloved American black bear who walked upright and strolled around the New Jersey suburbs, was believed to have been killed during the state's 5-day hunting season for black bears.
"16.10.2016 03:42:35" nytimes.com Peter Thiel to Donate $1.25 Million in Support of Donald Trump The billionaire investor, the only prominent supporter of the Republican candidate in the tech community, joins a very short list of large Trump contributors. Peter Thiel, true to his reputation as the most contrarian soul in Silicon Valley, is doubling down on Donald J. Trump.
"16.10.2016 02:55:01" nytimes.com Lil Wayne's Album Is Stalled. His Opinions Are Still Flowing. The rapper sits down to discuss his frustrations with his label, his guest appearances on others' records and his aversion to political causes. Lil Wayne is in something of a holding pattern. It's not by choice.
"16.10.2016 01:55:00" nytimes.com The Art of Making (and Not Making) Plans If technology has made canceling plans too easy, how about a radically different approach? Make fewer to begin with. Schedule your time more deliberately so you can be a better friend and family member.
"16.10.2016 00:55:00" nytimes.com The ExoMars Spacecraft Approaches the Red Planet The ExoMars spacecraft will arrive at Mars and release a lander on Sunday. ExoMars is on track to reach Mars and begin searching for microbial life on the red planet.
"15.10.2016 23:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Yorkshire Pudding Recipe This recipe is from the British-born chef April Bloomfield, who says it dates back to an era when an English pub might cook a hunk of meat by dangling it from a hook above a roaring fire The “pudding” emerged from a pan full of runny batter that would Rich and crisp, all at once. (via The New York Times Food)
"15.10.2016 22:55:00" nytimes.com Missteps in Hillary Clinton's Past Leave Her Muted in Furor Over Donald Trump Mrs. Clinton has been scarred by those and paralyzed by her husband's history of facing accusations of sexual misconduct. In the past week, the first woman in America to be a major party's presidential nominee was barely heard from.
"15.10.2016 21:55:00" nytimes.com The Authentic Power of Michelle Obama Women will defeat Donald Trump, with the first lady leading the way. Michelle Obama is "effective because she has never gone looking for a fight — we know that about her. She acts when she has something to defend."
Read more from Frank Bruni in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"15.10.2016 21:25:00" Timeline Photos Wild horses at Hughes Ranch in Oklahoma. The U.S. has struggled to limit wild horse populations since Congress passed a law in 1971 protecting the animals on public land in 10 Western states. The government now spends $49 million a year renting private
"15.10.2016 20:55:00" nytimes.com In a Pioneering Moment for the W.N.B.A., Players Unite in Protests Over Injustices W.N.B.A. players were among the first to stage protests over the issues of race, violence and policing in the United States, and they have held firm over the course of the league's 20th season. "You can't talk about Kaepernick and all these things without talking about the unity of the WNBA." Many of the protests involved teams' entire rosters.
"15.10.2016 20:25:00" nytimes.com What's Love? Don't Ask the Answer Couple A onetime advice columnist realizes that the more she learns about love, the less she seems to know. She used to be one half of the Answer Couple in Glamour. The other half was her husband. Their marriage was rocky.
"15.10.2016 19:56:45" nytimes.com 'We Should Take a Drug Test' Before Third Debate, Donald Trump Says Mr. Trump, offering no evidence, suggested to a crowd in New Hampshire that Hillary Clinton may have been on drugs during their last debate. Donald J. Trump went to a state battling a drug epidemic and suggested without any evidence that Hillary Clinton had been on drugs during their second debate.
"15.10.2016 19:35:46" Video From The New York Times We're at the Celtic Colours festival in Nova Scotia, Canada, an annual music festival where traditional Celtic music is performed during the height of the fall foliage. Ashley MacIsaac, a renowned Canadian fiddler, is here to perform for us. Leave your On this fall day, listen to traditional Celtic music from the Celtic Colours festival in Nova Scotia, Canada. Leave questions for the musicians in the comments, and NYT reporter Craig Smith may answer them.
"15.10.2016 19:15:56" nytimes.com Listen to Bob Dylan's Many Influences As Bob Dylan has said, his songs “didn't get here by themselves.” Here's a sampler of his influences, from Woody Guthrie to the Kinks, alongside the tracks he made famous. Hear Bob Dylan and the tracks that influenced him — side by side.
"15.10.2016 18:55:01" nytimes.com For Paul Ryan, a Long, Labored Path Leading Away From Donald Trump The House speaker, no fan from the start, struggles to safeguard his party's control of Congress while declining to defend the billionaire candidate's every misstep. Paul Ryan spends his days treating Donald J. Trump like a disgruntled former employee bent on Twitter revenge, essentially ignoring him. (Trump, on Twitter, has called Ryan "our very weak and ineffective leader.")
"15.10.2016 18:25:00" nytimes.com The Perpetual Panic of American Parenthood Make our country great, by making it a bit more like the rest of the world. As parents, "Americans seem not to realize how terribly they are being treated."
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"15.10.2016 17:55:00" nytimes.com Houston's Coach Pecks Away at Football's Macho Culture, a Kiss at a Time Tom Herman's rite of kissing and hugging his players has earned praise from psychologists who say players are motivated by a desire to be in connected communities. University of Houston football players receive an unorthodox greeting on game days: a kiss on the cheek from their coach.
"15.10.2016 17:25:00" nytimes.com 'I Regret Not Standing Up to Him for That' Our top 10 comments of the week: A reader recounts her unpleasant interaction with Donald Trump, while others discuss Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize and racism against Asian-Americans. Our top 10 comments of the week.
"15.10.2016 16:55:00" instagram.com Instagram photo by New York Times Archives • Oct 8, 2016 at 12:23pm UTC See this Instagram photo by @nytarchives • 28 likes 1935: A trio of champion cats, photographed by The Times.
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"15.10.2016 16:54:30" Video From The New York Times We're following several seniors at Topeka High School through the college process. Today, we're meeting one of the students, Nate Triggs, as he does his morning work on his family's farm. Leave your questions for Nate in the comments and NYT reporter We're following several seniors at Topeka High School through the college process. Today, Nate Triggs, one of these students, is showing us his family's farm. Leave your questions for Nate in the comments and NYT reporter Anemona Hartocollis will answer
"15.10.2016 16:40:00" nytimes.com How Dictatorships Are Born Thanks to Trump the unsayable can now be said. “Go back to where you came from,” is the phrase of the moment. "The most worrying thing is not that Trump likes Vladimir Putin, the butcher of Aleppo, but that he apes Vladimir Putin."
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"15.10.2016 16:25:00" nytimes.com Rise of Saudi Prince Shatters Decades of Royal Tradition Prince Mohammed bin Salman has quickly emerged as the most dynamic royal in the Arab world's wealthiest nation, setting up a potential rivalry for the throne. Saudi Arabia is one of the world's few remaining absolute monarchies, which means that Prince bin Salman was given all of his powers by a vote of one: his own father.
"15.10.2016 15:55:01" nytimes.com Judge Dismisses Suit Against Gun Maker by Newtown Victims' Families The lawsuit, filed by relatives of victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School attack, questioned assault rifles' availability to civilians. The Connecticut judge dismissed one of the most serious legal challenges to the gun industry in years.