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"05.12.2016 09:50:42" nytimes.com New Zealand's Prime Minister, John Key, Says He Will Step Down The 55-year-old prime minister, of the conservative National Party, has been in office since 2008, and his tenure has been seen as generally stable and free of controversy. "Throughout these years I have given everything I could to this job that I cherish, and this country that I love," John Key said. "All of this has come at quite some sacrifice for the people who are dearest to me — my family."
"05.12.2016 09:25:01" nytimes.com Austrians Reject Far-Right Presidential Candidate Norbert Hofer Voters chose the former Green Party leader Alexander Van der Bellen, in a result that seemed to show the limits of Donald J. Trump's populist tailwind. Voters in Austria showed the limitations of Donald J. Trump's tailwinds in Europe.
"05.12.2016 09:10:00" nytimes.com Man Motivated by 'Pizzagate' Conspiracy Theory Arrested in Washington Gunfire The man said he wanted to “self-investigate” a baseless online theory tying a restaurant, Comet Ping Pong, to a child abuse ring. The man told the police that he had come to the restaurant to "self-investigate" what is being called Pizzagate, an online conspiracy theory.
"05.12.2016 08:40:42" nytimes.com Italy's Premier, Matteo Renzi, Says He'll Resign After Reform Rejected Voters defeated proposed changes to Italy's Constitution, handing a win to anti-establishment forces on the Continent. "I assume all the responsibility of the defeat," said Matteo Renzi, "my experience of government ends here."
"05.12.2016 07:55:00" nytimes.com Lapo Elkann, Fiat Heir, Goes From Playboy to Bad Boy Again The 39-year-old from Italy was enjoying a comeback when he was arrested after a sordid story of drugs, escorts and faking his own kidnapping. He said he was being held captive in a Manhattan apartment, and had been contacting home to secure a $10,000 ransom.
Police said he was there by choice. Moreover, he is suspected of having been there for 2 days bingeing on drugs and alcohol, news reports
"05.12.2016 06:55:01" nytimes.com Pakistan Has a Drinking Problem Consuming alcohol and denying it is the oldest cocktail in the country. "For Muslims in Pakistan, drinking alcohol is prohibited and talking about it is taboo. Drinking and denying it is the oldest cocktail in the country."
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"05.12.2016 05:55:00" nytimes.com Hotels Go Beyond the Suite — to Cabins and Treehouses There's nothing standard about these rooms — hotels are offering stays in cabins, huts and villas that are often a scenic hike away. "There is something to be said about getting away from the creature comforts and being surrounded by stillness and stars."
"05.12.2016 04:55:00" nytimes.com Artists and Their Muse: Gentrification Some artists find inspiration in changing neighborhoods, creating cartoons, films, performances and stories. For these artists, New York City's rapid, and sometimes disorienting, transformation is fodder for creativity.
"05.12.2016 03:55:00" nytimes.com The Horror of Lynchings Lives On Understanding the past persecution of black Americans is crucial to understanding the racism that pervades the country today. "Some of the killers are still alive and may never be prosecuted."
Read more from the Editorial Board in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"05.12.2016 02:55:00" nytimes.com Not Sleeping Enough? Arianna Huffington Wants to Help Ms. Huffington is trying to change people's notions of sleep with her new company, Thrive Global. "The speed of life has accelerated. The majority of people are depleted, distracted, unfulfilled."
"05.12.2016 01:55:00" nytimes.com Raising 2 Young Children by Herself, in a Space That Feels Not Big Enough Paola Infante lives with her 4-year-old daughter, Geraliz, who has autism, and her 8-month-old son, Joshua, who needs heart surgery, in a small Manhattan apartment with the kitchen in the living room. “I don't need anyone or anything. I'm fine. What I need is a separate kitchen so I can cook without worrying about the kids.”
"05.12.2016 01:25:00" nytimes.com Oakland Fire Was a Rare Mass Casualty Blaze. Fire Codes Help Explain Why. Fires at theaters and nightclubs used to kill hundreds of people in the U.S., but safety measures implemented in the first half of last century have made them uncommon. At the turn of the 20th century, fires at theaters and nightclubs not infrequently killed hundreds of people.
"05.12.2016 00:55:00" nytimes.com Is 'Empathy' Really What the Nation Needs? From media pundits to tech companies, more and more people are preaching empathy — as long as it serves their own interests. "Empathy can be a strategy for avoiding responsibility."
"05.12.2016 00:25:00" nytimes.com For Blacks Facing Parole in New York State, Signs of a Broken System A New York Times investigation of thousands of parole decisions in the state found that minorities faced marked disadvantages, underscoring a host of problems in the parole process. Black men going before New York State's parole board are at a marked disadvantage. Our analysis of thousands of parole decisions found that:
• Fewer than one in 6 black or Hispanic men was released at his first hearing.
• One in 4 white men was released
"04.12.2016 23:55:00" nytimes.com When Immigration Agents Came Knocking An undocumented family's moment of fear. "Go in your bedroom and hide," her mother hissed over the phone. "Immigration is here. Do not open the door."
"04.12.2016 23:30:22" nytimes.com Italy's Premier, Matteo Renzi, Suffers Stark Defeat at Hands of Populism Voters rejected changes to Italy's Constitution, handing a win to anti-establishment forces on the Continent and threatening to end Mr. Renzi's tenure. Breaking News: Italians have rejected constitutional changes, dealing a blow to Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and unsettling an already shaky EU.
"04.12.2016 23:25:00" nytimes.com The Conflicts Along 1,172 Miles of the Dakota Access Pipeline A detailed map showing the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) that has led to months of clashes near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota. The construction of a crude oil pipeline through 4 states spurred months of clashes near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota. The Army Corps of Engineers now says it will look for alternative routes.
"04.12.2016 22:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Takes Twitter Aim at Companies Looking to Move Jobs Abroad The president-elect's posts came days after he went to Indiana to celebrate Carrier's decision to keep 1,000 jobs in the United States. A 35% tariff, Donald J. Trump said on Twitter, will make leaving the U.S. "financially difficult, but these companies are able to move between all 50 states, with no tax or tariff being charged."
"Please be forewarned prior to making a very expensive
"04.12.2016 22:36:28" Live Reaction to Standing Rock Dispute just after Army Corp. A... The Army Corps of Engineers said that it would not approve permits for construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline in a disputed area in North Dakota. It's a victory for the protestors at Standing Rock, and minutes after the announcement, we're live at the
"04.12.2016 22:25:31" nytimes.com A History of Classical Music (The Women-Only Version) For the first time in more than 100 years, the Met is performing an opera written by a woman. Here, we offer a playlist of other female composers, who are often overlooked. For the first time in over a century, the The Metropolitan Opera is performing an opera written by a woman. Here's a playlist of other female composers who are often overlooked.
"04.12.2016 21:56:12" nytimes.com Federal Officials to Explore Different Route for Dakota Pipeline The Army Corps of Engineers said that it would not approve permits for construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline beneath a dammed section of the Missouri River. Breaking News: In a victory for protesters, the Army Corps of Engineers says it will look for alternative routes for the Dakota Access Pipeline.
"04.12.2016 21:25:00" cooking.nytimes.com The Sweetest Season: Christmas Cookie Plate Christmas Cookie Plate is a group of recipes collected by the editors of NYT Cooking. In honor of National Cookie Day, all the recipes you need for a bountiful, beautiful plate.
"04.12.2016 20:55:20" lens.blogs.nytimes.com Fidel Castro and the Moment of Departure Amid a vast archive of Cuban photos, two children of exile search for meaning when the Revolution was young and Fidel Castro was portrayed in ordinary, everyday moments. In these rarely seen photos, Cuba's Fidel Castro is caught in candid moments.
"04.12.2016 20:40:01" nytimes.com U.S. Athletes Weigh a Boycott Over Russian Doping Bobsled and skeleton racers appear to have the support of the U.S. Olympic Committee as they consider skipping the world championships in Sochi, Russia, the site of Olympic cheating in 2014. "The fact that nothing has been done about the Sochi scandal and the fact that we're still going to race there — it doesn't make us feel secure, or that they're taking the situation seriously,” said Katie Uhlaender, an American skeleton racer.
"04.12.2016 20:25:00" nytimes.com Trump Expands Search for Secretary of State John Bolton, Jon Huntsman Jr. and Exxon Mobil C.E.O. Rex Tillerson seem to be under consideration as well as Bob Corker, Rudolph Giuliani, David Petraeus and Mitt Romney. Donald J. Trump's team remains divided over how to fill the most prominent gap in his cabinet. Solution: Add more candidates.
"04.12.2016 19:55:00" nytimes.com Bowe Bergdahl, Facing Desertion Trial, Asks Obama for Pardon Lawyers for Sergeant Bergdahl are concerned he would not get a fair trial under President-elect Donald J. Trump, who has called him a “no-good traitor.” The former prisoner of war in Afghanistan and subject of "Serial" has asked President Obama to pardon him before leaving The White House.
Donald J. Trump has called the soldier "a no-good traitor who should have been executed."
"04.12.2016 19:30:06" nytimes.com Jackie Kennedy: The First Instagram First Lady “Jackie,” a film about Jacqueline Kennedy, reveals a first lady whose fixation on style anticipated the image-obsessed culture of the coming decades. Jackie Kennedy's style shielded her from an insatiable public and, at the same time, defined her.
"04.12.2016 19:06:54" Fatal Fire in Oakland "Give me some gloves. I've got work shoes. I'm ready. Let me find my brother," said Dan Vega, whose brother was missing after a fire ripped through a makeshift nightclub in Oakland, California.
"04.12.2016 18:50:00" nytimes.com Yarn Bombing Goes Mainstream The clients for London Kaye, a crochet artist, have included Starbucks, Miller Lite, Valentino, Gap and Progressive car insurance. She quit her day job, at an Apple Genius Bar in Manhattan, to knit — and yarn bomb.
"04.12.2016 18:30:01" nytimes.com States' Rights for the Left Donald Trump's victory has revived the idea of local control, but with a progressive twist. "As Democrats realized that Republicans will soon control all three branches of the federal government, progressives disinclined to secede from the Union rediscovered another exit strategy: states' rights."
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"04.12.2016 18:10:00" Up Close With Ailey Dancers in Rehearsal Don't just watch these dancers at Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Feel like you're among them.
"04.12.2016 17:51:39" nytimes.com College Football's Chosen 4: Alabama, Ohio State, Washington and Clemson The playoff semifinals will be on Dec. 31, and the title game on Jan. 9. Alabama, the top seed and defending champion, will seek its fifth national title in eight years. The inclusion of the Ohio State Buckeyes represents a milestone for the college football playoff: No team had reached the national semifinals without winning its conference.
"04.12.2016 17:13:44" nytimes.com Austrians Appear to Reject Far-Right Candidate for President Austria's voters appeared to have dealt a defeat to a right-wing populist bidding to become the first far-right head of state elected in Europe since World War II. Breaking News: Austria's voters appeared to have rejected Norbert Hofer, who was attempting to become the first far-right head of state elected in Europe since World War II.
"04.12.2016 17:10:00" nytimes.com Trump, Taiwan and China: The Controversy, Explained No American president or president-elect is believed to have spoken with a Taiwanese president in decades — until a fateful telephone call on Friday. Why Donald J. Trump's phone call to Taiwan's president is so significant.
"04.12.2016 16:50:11" nytimes.com 'Saturday Night Live' and Trump Spar Once Again The show criticized Donald J. Trump's use of Twitter; he responded with a tweet. Donald J. Trump on Twitter, as "Saturday Night Live" aired: "Totally biased, not funny and the Baldwin impersonation just can't get any worse. Sad."
Alec Baldwin to Trump: "Release your tax returns and I'll stop. Ha."
"04.12.2016 16:30:00" cooking.nytimes.com Our 10 Most Popular Recipes Right Now Our 10 Most Popular Recipes Right Now is a group of recipes collected by the editors of NYT Cooking Thai-style clams in coconut broth. Mustard-glazed pork tenderloin. Check out our 10 most popular recipes right now. (via The New York Times Food)
"04.12.2016 16:12:47" nytimes.com Cuba Puts Fidel Castro to Rest: 'A Man So Large in a Box So Small' Bringing to an end nine days of national mourning, Mr. Castro's private funeral service in Santiago de Cuba made for a subdued end to a week of tributes. The burial of Fidel Castro was underway Sunday in a cemetery in a coastal city where, 63 years ago, he began his socialist revolution.
"04.12.2016 15:55:01" nytimes.com Sammy Lee, First Asian-American to Earn Olympic Gold, Dies at 96 Dr. Lee battled racial discrimination even after he became a physician, won three Olympic medals in diving and served in the Korean War. Sammy Lee used to go to the pool on "International Day," when Asian, black and Latino children were allowed to swim. After they were gone, the pool was refilled with clean water for white children.
He later became the first Asian-American to win Olympic
"04.12.2016 15:44:16" Standing Rock - What's Happening Today We're live at the Oceti Sakowin camp in North Dakota, where thousands of Native Americans, veterans and activists have gathered to protest the oil pipeline. Post your questions and NYT reporter Jack Healy will ask some. You can get more details in this
"04.12.2016 15:40:00" nytimes.com Death Toll in Deadly Warehouse Fire Rises to 24 as Search Goes On Dozens of people were still missing after a fire broke out during an electronic music party in Oakland, Calif. Breaking News: The death toll has risen to 24 in the warehouse fire in Oakland, California. Officials say it could take days to search through the rubble.
"04.12.2016 15:25:01" nytimes.com Business Since Birth: Trump's Children and the Tangle That Awaits The president-elect's three eldest children have always interwoven family and business ties. Can their empire ever be separate from the White House? Could a meaningful wall ever exist between Donald J. Trump and his children? Already, lines have blurred.
"04.12.2016 14:55:01" nytimes.com Why Blue States Are the Real 'Tea Party' Progressive urban areas pay more taxes and have less voting power than rural ones. "The urban states are subsidizing the rural states, and yet somehow in return, the rural states get more power at the voting booth." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"04.12.2016 13:55:01" nytimes.com Against All Odds, One Match Was All He Needed “Being an algorithm believer, I thought I should just trust it, and that maybe she was truly, and literally, the one for me,” the groom said. She had well over a hundred matches on eHarmony. He had one.
"04.12.2016 12:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Rice Pilaf Recipe This classic recipe is a great way to upgrade your meal It only takes a few minutes longer to cook as plain rice, with a few added ingredients Pierre Franey served this alongside chicken and seafood in sauce, but feel free to pair it as you wish Upgrade your rice (and the meal you pair it with) using butter, parsley and thyme.
"04.12.2016 11:25:00" nytimes.com The Best TV Shows and Movies New to Netflix, Hulu and More in December From the Watching team, expert TV and movie recommendations for the end of the year. Looking for what to watch this weekend? Check out “Barry,” a dramatic retelling of President Barack Obama's years as a young student at Columbia University.
"04.12.2016 11:00:00" nytimes.com A Weekend in Chicago Three days, 64 people shot, six of them dead: Memorial Day on the streets, and the violence that has engulfed families and neighborhoods. Our team of journalists in Chicago chronicled a May weekend in its epidemic of violence: 64 people shot, 6 killed. It was one of our most engaging stories of 2016.
"04.12.2016 10:25:01" nytimes.com Loving My Son, After His Death I will carry this child for the rest of my life. He lives within me, forever a young man of 22. “People wonder how I can still stand, still walk, still laugh. But they don't ask. You can't ask that of a mother who has lost her child."
"04.12.2016 08:55:00" nytimes.com On the Internet, to Be 'Mom' Is to Be Queen When teenagers (and those of us who talk like them) call celebrities and their besties 'Mom' — explained. “MOMMMMMM.”
“Will you be my mom?”
“Beyoncé is everyone's mom.”
"04.12.2016 06:55:00" nytimes.com Rodrigo Duterte Says Donald Trump Endorses His Violent Antidrug Campaign Mr. Duterte, the president of the Philippines, described a phone call with Mr. Trump, who had not confirmed Mr. Duterte's comments. The president of the Philippines said Donald J. Trump had endorsed his brutal antidrug campaign.
"04.12.2016 05:25:01" nytimes.com Welcome to Savage Capitalism Without Fidel Castro, we Cubans will have to fend for ourselves, and think for ourselves. "What will become of us now that Fidel is gone? Cubans of my generation have been educated under a paternalistic system that is nothing like the jungle to which we have now escaped."
Read more in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"04.12.2016 03:55:01" nytimes.com Hearings Will Unmask 'Swamp Creatures' in Trump's Cabinet, Democrats Say Democrats hope to highlight positions held by cabinet nominees that are inconsistent with Donald J. Trump's campaign promises and paint them as untrustworthy. Senator Chuck Schumer: "President-elect Trump promised that he was going to clean up the swamp, and a whole lot of his nominees have had their career in the swamp.
"04.12.2016 02:25:00" nytimes.com Tackle Football Makes a Comeback in the Heart of Texas Two youth programs have sprung up in Marshall, where Pop Warner, Boys & Girls Club and seventh-grade tackle teams were discontinued over safety concerns. Some parents and coaches think that boys should be challenged, not coddled, and that football is a good way to challenge them.
"04.12.2016 01:55:00" Never Too Old for a Tiara The Ms. Senior America pageant caters to women who have experienced life in all of its joys and sorrows. They're still kicking — and kicking high.
Read more: http://nyti.ms/2h2dZXd
"04.12.2016 01:25:27" nytimes.com Jill Stein's Pennsylvania Recount Effort Is Dealt a Major Setback A lawyer for Ms. Stein, the Green Party candidate, said in a filing that “petitioners are regular citizens” who could not afford a $1 million payment ordered by Pennsylvania courts. Jill Stein has dropped her recount effort in Pennsylvania, removing the last challenge to Donald J. Trump's presidential victory.
"04.12.2016 00:55:01" nytimes.com The Trump Tweets I Want to Read We know exactly what he thinks about the cast of “Hamilton.” What does he think about neo-Nazis? "The cast of 'Hamilton' are worth a tweet storm, but you can't muster even one tweet against neo-Nazis yelling 'Hail Trump'? Nothing?"
Read more from Aasif Mandvi in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"03.12.2016 23:25:01" cooking.nytimes.com Almond-Lemon Macaroons (Almendrados) Recipe Almendrados, which date from the 15th century or earlier, are cookies made of ground blanched almonds, lemon zest, egg and sugar They are left out to dry for a day before baking (In the recipe given here, I've called for 12 hours in the refrigerator.) I These almond cookies need just 4 ingredients.
"03.12.2016 22:55:00" nytimes.com Immune System, Unleashed by Cancer Therapies, Can Attack Organs Immunotherapy drugs have been hailed as a breakthrough in cancer treatment, but doctors are finding that what makes them effective is also what poses serious risks. He thought he was being saved from cancer. The cure nearly killed him.
"03.12.2016 22:25:00" nytimes.com In National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, Experience Meets a Prickly Past Past colleagues paint a mixed picture of a man who will have nearly unfettered access to the Oval Office and help guide President Trump on world events. For Michael Flynn, serving as Donald J. Trump's national security adviser is a triumphal return to government after being dismissed in 2014.
"03.12.2016 21:55:00" nytimes.com After a Breakup, an App to Help Breathe, Then Run Jilted by her longtime boyfriend, a woman considers trusting intuition over rationale. If only she could figure out what intuition is. "My feelings were like the drunk who shows up too late to the party, misjudging the mood. Yet it was a strange relief to find I was capable of them. The tears were new, and they felt animal."
"03.12.2016 21:28:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump Thrusts Taiwan Back on the Table, Rattling a Region A single protocol-shattering phone call with Taiwan's president raises fears of igniting tensions in Asia and emboldening China. In a single protocol-shattering phone call, Donald J. Trump thrust the Taiwan issue back on the table.
"03.12.2016 20:55:00" nytimes.com Panama Struggles to Shed Its Image as a Magnet for Shady Deals The president named a panel to recommend how to make Panama's financial sector more transparent, but that effort did not work out as planned. After the Panama Papers, the country appointed a commission on transparency. The commission ran into its own transparency issues.
"03.12.2016 20:25:01" nytimes.com Extremists Turn to a Leader to Protect Western Values: Vladimir Putin In retrospect, Donald J. Trump's praise for Russia's president seems to have been a shrewd dog whistle to a small but highly motivated part of the Trump base. Among white nationalists, populists and neo-Nazis, Putin is widely revered as a kind of white knight.
"03.12.2016 19:55:01" nytimes.com 'I'm Not Celebrating the Death of a Human Being' Our top 10 comments of the week: Readers debate Donald Trump, flag burning, Fidel Castro's legacy and picky eating. Our top 10 comments of the week.
"03.12.2016 19:25:00" nytimes.com Standing Rock Pipeline Protesters, Ordered to Leave, Dig In “I ain't going nowhere,” one man said as he and fellow protesters on the frozen prairie prepared for what they believe may be their last stand. The government wants them gone by Monday. But at Standing Rock, the protesters aren't planning on going anywhere.
"03.12.2016 18:56:50" Backstage With an Opera Star What it's like to be backstage with the opera star Anna Netrebko at The Metropolitan Opera, in 360°.
"03.12.2016 18:42:51" nytimes.com At Least 9 Are Dead After Fire at Warehouse Party in Oakland At least nine people were dead and emergency responders were searching for at least a dozen more after a fire broke out during an electronic music party. Dozens of people were still unaccounted for on Saturday after a fire gutted a makeshift nightclub in Oakland, leaving at least nine people dead.
"03.12.2016 18:25:00" nytimes.com Campus Press vs. Colleges: Kentucky Suit Highlights Free-Speech Fight The suit against a campus paper that reported a woman's allegation against a professor pits students seeking information and administrators concerned about privacy. A professor accused of groping students was permitted to leave quietly. The campus newspaper reported the specifics. Now it's being sued by the University of Kentucky.
"03.12.2016 17:55:00" nytimes.com Why It Will Be Hard to Repeal Obamacare Peeling away pieces of the law could lead to market chaos. Republicans plan to repeal much of the Affordable Care Act. But it's tough to remove some parts of the law while keeping others.
"03.12.2016 17:25:01" nytimes.com How Big Banks Are Putting Rain Forests in Peril Global lenders, sometimes flouting their own policies, have financed projects in Indonesia and elsewhere that destroy ecosystems and contribute to climate change. They're aiding a process that scientists say destroys ecosystems, displaces indigenous communities an contributes to global warming.
"03.12.2016 16:53:48" nytimes.com Taiwan Call Gives China a Clue on What to Expect From Donald Trump “This is a wake-up call for Beijing,” one Chinese analyst said of Donald J. Trump's precedent-breaking conversation with the president of Taiwan. Donald J. Trump's conversation with Taiwan is "a wake-up call for Beijing," one Chinese analyst said.
"03.12.2016 15:55:04" cooking.nytimes.com Old-Fashioned Beef Stew Recipe This classic stick-to-your-ribs stew is the ideal project for a chilly weekend Beef, onion, carrots, potatoes and red wine come together in cozy harmony If you are feeding a crowd, good news: It doubles (or triples) beautifully. In this beef stew, onion, carrots, potatoes and red wine come together in cozy harmony — perfect for a chilly weekend.
"03.12.2016 15:25:20" nytimes.com Will Ivanka Trump Be the Most Powerful First Daughter in History? Ivanka Trump is about to become the most influential first daughter since Alice Roosevelt Longworth. But can she do so without damaging her own brand? As Ivanka Trump's platform gets bigger, how will Donald J. Trump's presidency shape the brand she has built over the last decade?
"03.12.2016 14:57:00" nytimes.com The Scourge of Racial Bias in New York State's Prisons A New York Times investigation draws on nearly 60,000 disciplinary cases from state prisons and interviews with inmates to explore the system's inequalities and the ripple effect these can have. In most prisons, blacks and Latinos were disciplined at higher rates than whites — in some cases twice as often, a Times investigation found.
"03.12.2016 13:55:00" nytimes.com Downside of Lower Manhattan's Boom: It's Just Too Crowded The neighborhood has made a comeback since the Sept. 11 attacks. That success now threatens its quality of life. The neighborhood has made a comeback since the 9/11 attacks. That success now threatens its quality of life.
"03.12.2016 12:55:00" nytimes.com Well Guides: How to Feed a Runner When you are training for a long race — 10K or more — you are going to have to change how you eat; we'll show you how to make those changes. For runners, food is more than simple nutrition — food is fuel.
"03.12.2016 11:55:01" cooking.nytimes.com Brown Sugar-Pecan Shortbread Cookies Recipe Lovers of pecan sandies will adore these crisp, buttery treats that are a cinch to put together The recipe is an adaptation of one developed by Dorie Greenspan for her book, “Baking: From My Home to Yours.” Not fond of pecans Try hazelnuts or almonds Sweet, but not too sweet.
"03.12.2016 11:00:00" nytimes.com Generation Adderall Like many of my friends, I spent years using prescription stimulants to get through school and start my career. Then I tried to get off them. One of our most engaging stories of 2016: She spent years using Adderall to get through school and start her career. Then she tried to get off it.
"03.12.2016 10:01:00" nytimes.com G.O.P. Plans Immediate Repeal of Health Law, Then a Delay Congressional Republicans plan to move quickly to repeal the Affordable Care Act, but they are also likely to delay the effective date. This “repeal and delay” strategy underscores a recognition that replacing the health care law could be complicated and politically explosive.
"03.12.2016 08:55:00" nytimes.com In Italy, a Sleeper Crisis for the E.U. Italy might offer proof that the eurozone was made for good times, but not for bad ones. "If Italy votes no in the referendum and then turns against Brussels and the euro, it might well spell the end of the European Union." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"03.12.2016 07:55:00" nytimes.com Spread of Fake News Provokes Anxiety in Italy European leaders are trying to determine whether political parties are using social media to deliberately disseminate propaganda. Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi expressed concern that fake news on social media may influence a critical referendum in Italy on Sunday.
"03.12.2016 06:55:00" nytimes.com Princess Cruise Lines to Pay $40 Million Fine for Illegal Dumping Federal authorities called the fine the “largest-ever criminal penalty” for intentional vessel pollution. Princess Cruises employees were caught dumping oiled waste into the seas from 2005 until August 2013, and lying to cover up their actions.
"03.12.2016 06:25:00" nytimes.com Peng Chang-kuei, Chef Behind General Tso's Chicken, Dies at 98 Mr. Peng, whose chicken has been called “the most famous Hunanese dish in the world,” left a lasting mark on the food scene. Peng Chang-kuei whose chicken has been called “the most famous Hunanese dish in the world,” left a lasting mark on the food scene.
"03.12.2016 05:55:00" Timeline Photos Claudette Erek, 78, left, representing Utah, and Beth Weems Pirtle, 80, of South Dakota, backstage at the 2016 National Ms. Senior America Pageant.
Photo: Roger Kisby for The New York Times
"03.12.2016 05:25:00" nytimes.com Expanding Smart Car Fleet, New York Police Just Got More 'Adorable' Since their rollout last year, the tiny, bean-shaped vehicles have drawn the attention, and sometimes the affection, of curious passers-by. Called adorable and "cuuuuuute,” the NYPD's fleet of Smart cars send a message, though not exactly a commanding one.
"03.12.2016 04:55:00" nytimes.com Octopuses and the Puzzle of Aging The life spans of different animals seem to lack all rhyme or reason. The life spans of different animals seem to lack all rhyme or reason. (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"03.12.2016 04:25:00" well.blogs.nytimes.com Can You Regain Muscle Mass After Age 60? Men and women in their 60s and 70s can build muscles that are as strong as a 40-year-old's, though the process of bulking up works differently in older people than in the young. You asked, we answered: "Is it true that the muscle mass we lose at, say, 60 years old cannot be regained?"
"03.12.2016 03:57:03" nytimes.com Trump, Finally Explained It's not real unless you see it on TV. “'We won in a landslide. That was a landslide,' Donald J. Trump told a crowd in Ohio. It was perhaps the first time in history that a candidate used those terms after receiving 2.5 million votes fewer than his competitor," Gail Collins writes in The New
"03.12.2016 03:25:01" nytimes.com Fake Cowboys and Real Indians As Western standoffs go, the Bundy brothers episode featured comic book cowboys. But for the Standing Rock Sioux, a pipeline is an existential threat. "The Bundy brothers are comic-book cowboys. But for the Standing Rock Sioux, a pipeline is an existential threat," Timothy Egan writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"03.12.2016 02:55:00" nytimes.com Silicon Valley Chiefs Notably Absent From Trump's Cabinet of Business Advisers The President's Strategic and Policy Forum is a bipartisan mix of business executives drawn from the worlds of finance, media and manufacturing. Wall Street is in. Silicon Valley is out.
"03.12.2016 02:25:00" nytimes.com Do Not Go Gentle To heck with 2016, an awful year. I have retreated into a cocoon to contemplate those I love. "To heck with 2016, an awful year. Love more, love better. Do not go gentle into that good night," Roger Cohen writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"03.12.2016 01:55:00" nytimes.com How Trump's Calls to World Leaders Are Upsetting Decades of Diplomacy President-elect Donald J. Trump has broken with decades of diplomatic practice in freewheeling calls with foreign leaders. Donald J. Trump has broken with decades of diplomatic practice in freewheeling calls with foreign leaders.
"03.12.2016 01:25:00" nytimes.com News Report on Declining Global Temperatures Is Wrong, Scientists Say The report, which first appeared in The Daily Mail and Breitbart News, cited incomplete data and drew incorrect conclusions about climate change, according to experts. The report, which first appeared in the Daily Mail and was summarized in Breitbart News, cited incomplete data and drew incorrect conclusions, the scientists said.
"03.12.2016 00:59:42" nytimes.com Trump's Tough Trade Talk Could Damage American Factories If President-elect Donald J. Trump imposes steep tariffs on Chinese goods, he could harm the people he aims to help — American factory workers. If Donald J. Trump imposes steep tariffs on Chinese goods, he could harm the people he aims to help — American factory workers.
"03.12.2016 00:31:04" Timeline Photos The Double Dutch Holiday Classic, an annual tournament at the Apollo Theater that bills itself as the Super Bowl of double dutch, takes place this weekend. On Thursday, a Japanese team rehearsed in Central Park. http://nyti.ms/2gRoxW2
"03.12.2016 00:05:06" nytimes.com Really, You're Blaming Transgender People for Trump? Don't call my rights a luxury that Democrats can't afford to defend. "Don't call my rights a luxury that Democrats can't afford to defend," Jennifer Finney Boylan writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"02.12.2016 23:40:00" nytimes.com All Your 'Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life' Questions, Answered Today's Ask Watching is dedicated to the “Gilmore Girls” revival. So many lingering questions. So, so many. Our NYT Watching TV critic answers all of your burning questions about the "Gilmore Girls" revival.
"02.12.2016 23:31:32" cooking.nytimes.com Red Lentil Soup With Lemon Recipe This is a lentil soup that defies expectations of what lentil soup can be It is light, spicy and a bold red color (no murky brown here): a revelatory dish that takes less than an hour to make The cooking is painless Spectacularly simple.
"02.12.2016 23:05:12" nytimes.com Trump Speaks With Taiwan's Leader, a Likely Affront to China The president-elect spoke by phone with the president of Taiwan in the first such contact since the United States severed diplomatic relations with the island. Breaking News: Donald J. Trump spoke with Taiwan's leader, breaking with decades of diplomatic practice. It could lead to a major rift with China.
"02.12.2016 22:55:00" nytimes.com Mother Nature Is Brought to You By ... Advertising and intrusive marketing is invading once-sacred spaces like public parks and churches. How to resist the tide of commercialization. "The spread of advertising to natural settings is just a taste of what's coming." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"02.12.2016 22:25:00" nytimes.com Walmart Settles Discrimination Suit Over Benefits for Same-Sex Spouses The company will pay $7.5 million, largely to compensate employees affected by the denial of health insurance benefits to same-sex spouses. Walmart has settled a suit over past denial of benefits to same-sex spouses, a sign of shifting legal doctrine on discrimination.
"02.12.2016 21:55:01" At the first stop on Donald J. Trump's "Thank You" tour, supporters chanted, "Lock her up." Here's a 360° look.
"02.12.2016 21:25:00" nytimes.com You're Buying a Home. Have You Considered Climate Change? It's a smart idea to consider the long-term implications of owning a home in damage-prone areas. So you want to buy a home in a global warming zone.
"02.12.2016 21:10:00" nytimes.com Man Who Police Say Admitted Shooting Joe McKnight Is Freed Without Charge Ronald Gasser, 54, had been held in the possible “road rage” episode in which the former N.F.L. player was killed. The man held in the fatal shooting of former NFL standout Joe McKnight admitted to pulling the trigger. But he was allowed to walk free without charges.
"02.12.2016 20:55:00" nytimes.com Five Ways to Shop for the Best Vacation Package Here are lessons a vacation-package skeptic and budget traveler learned from her first experience with “bulk” travel in Hawaii. Sometimes budget travel means spending little to go far. Other times, you just need a break.
"02.12.2016 20:47:47" Video From The New York Times We're live at Standing Rock where winter has set in, and thousands of people are still demonstrating against the Dakota access pipeline. We're talking to Tara Houska, an attorney and director of Honor the Earth who was arrested in November at a We're on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota talking with Tara Houska, an attorney from the Red Warrior camp. Leave your questions in the comments and NYT reporter Jack Healy will ask some.
"02.12.2016 20:25:21" nytimes.com Italy's Constitutional Referendum: What You Need to Know The Sunday vote, which could end up significantly altering the nation's charter, is a major test for Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, whose political career could hang in the balance. The wide-ranging referendum, backed by Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, would significantly change Italy's national government.
"02.12.2016 20:14:12" Come chat with Alan Zweibel, an Emmy Award-winner and one of the original writers for Saturday Night Live. He's currently working on the book for a musical adaptation of the film Field of Dreams. Leave your questions for Alan in the comments, and Paul
"02.12.2016 19:42:41" nytimes.com North Dakota Oil Pipeline Battle: Who's Fighting and Why Since the spring, thousands of people have gathered near Cannon Ball, N.D., to protest the construction of a an oil pipeline near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. The battle over the 1,170-mile Standing Rock pipeline has become an environmental and cultural flash point.
"02.12.2016 19:40:02" nytimes.com What the Alt-Right Really Means The term, and the movement, may tell us something about how the country is changing. Not even those most depressed about Donald J. Trump's election could have envisioned the scene a few blocks from The White House: "'Hail, Trump! Hail, our people! Hail, victory!' a scattered half-dozen men stood and raised their arms in Nazi
"02.12.2016 19:25:00" lens.blogs.nytimes.com The Week in Pictures: Dec. 2, 2016 Photos from The New York Times and photographers from around the world. A look back at the week, in photos.
"02.12.2016 18:55:00" nytimes.com For Mexico's 'Beatlemaniacos,' All You Need Is Nostalgia The Beatles broke up in 1970, but the spirit of the band still thrives in Mexico City, where museum exhibitions, music festivals and cover bands are dedicated to the Fab Four. Mexico City's top classic-rock radio station dedicates two hours every weekday to Los Beatles.
"02.12.2016 18:25:00" nytimes.com Canadian Journalist's Detention at U.S. Border Raises Press Freedom Alarms Border officials questioned Ed Ou, a photojournalist for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and confiscated his phones before denying him entry. “That wall of naïveté that I had about the freedom of the press in the U.S. kind of shattered at that moment,” photojournalist Ed Ou said.
"02.12.2016 18:18:43" The New York Times - Lens - Photography How do you photograph something that's been photographed many times before? We're with David Gonzalez and James Estrin, co-editors of the Lens Blog, to discuss composition in photos our readers submitted this week. Comment with your questions. We're looking at the composition of photos our Lens Blog readers submitted this week. Comment with your questions and David Gonzalez and James Estrin, co-editors of the blog, will answer some.
"02.12.2016 17:59:14" nytimes.com Trump Backers Go to Court to Block Vote Recounts in 3 States Supporters of the president-elect in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan are ramping up efforts to stop the election recounts in their tracks. Breaking News: Donald J. Trump's supporters have filed legal challenges in a suddenly robust attempt to stop recount efforts in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan.
"02.12.2016 17:55:01" nytimes.com You're a Bee. This Is What It Feels Like. We're taking you on a journey to help you understand how bees, while hunting for pollen, use all of their senses — taste, touch, smell and more — to decide what to pick up and bring home. You can taste with your feet and you can carry pollen in balls on your legs.
"02.12.2016 17:25:00" nytimes.com In Italy, a Sleeper Crisis for the E.U. Italy might offer proof that the eurozone was made for good times, but not for bad ones. "It is a strange development that the greatest alliance of democratic states in modern history, the European Union, has come to fear democratic votes and elections."
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"02.12.2016 16:55:03" nytimes.com Oregon Claims Success in an Attempt to Expand Voting Access By asking people to opt out of registering, rather than opt in, the state hoped to increase the number of residents who voted. The Oregon law is the first “automatic voter registration” policy to be tested in an election.
"02.12.2016 16:40:02" nytimes.com Yale Sets Policy That Could Allow Renaming of Calhoun College After intense debate over the legacy of slavery at Yale, a new report lays out broad principles for renaming buildings without erasing the past. The new procedure comes after an outcry on campuses around the world against names and symbols associated with slavery, colonialism and other forms of oppression.
"02.12.2016 16:25:36" nytimes.com Gambia's President, in Power 22 Years, Loses Election The electoral commission officially declared Adama Barrow the winner, an upset victory over Yahya Jammeh, who once said he would stay in power for a billion years if God wanted. Yahya Jammeh became known for eccentric behavior in his 22 years as president. He claimed to be able to cure AIDS with herbs, prayer and a banana.
"02.12.2016 15:56:00" nytimes.com The New Jobs Numbers Signal the End of an Economic Era The political future may be more uncertain than ever, but the economic and financial outlook is looking mercifully boring again. The unemployment rate hasn't been this low in nearly a decade, when markets first froze up because of losses on mortgage-related bonds.
"02.12.2016 15:55:01" nytimes.com Trump's Potential Conflicts Have a Precedent: Berlusconi's Italy As prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi kept majority ownership in his businesses. Scandals ensued as those businesses profited and his fortune grew. "It's unbelievable to us in Italy that we'd be comparing Berlusconi to an American president," a professor of constitutional law said.
"02.12.2016 15:25:00" nytimes.com 'Rigged' or Not, Election Positions Trump to Shape Rules on How You Vote To some, Donald J. Trump's claims suggest that he will seek to roll back protections that date as far back as the civil rights era. Others say such concerns are “way overboard.” Donald J. Trump will have enormous power to shape future policy on voting.
"02.12.2016 15:10:01" nytimes.com Nico Rosberg, Formula One Champion, Retires at 31 In a Facebook post, Rosberg said that winning the title had prompted him to leave the sport. "I am on the peak, so this feels right," Nico Rosberg wrote.
"02.12.2016 14:51:11" Video From The New York Times The women of Ms. Senior America prove that life is still sparkly after 60. "I'm 91 years old. I'm supposed to sit home? No! I'm gonna...flirt with the guys." http://nyti.ms/2h2dZXd "I'm 91 years old. I'm supposed to sit home? No!" said one contestant of the Ms. Senior America pageant. Read more: http://nyti.ms/2h2dZXd
"02.12.2016 14:25:00" nytimes.com A Documentary Star Is Born: The Girl Who Hunts With Eagles Aisholpan Nurgaiv, the teenager from Mongolia who is in the film, is on the Hollywood awards circuit and isn't homesick, though she misses her eagle. "Right now they fully accept me as an eagle huntress."
"02.12.2016 13:55:00" Ohioans Cheer Trump on 'Thank You' Tour 360° video: Watch Donald J. Trump kick off his "thank you" tour in Cincinnati, where thousands celebrated his win and called for Hillary Clinton to be jailed.
Read more: http://nyti.ms/2gfQupu
"02.12.2016 13:46:06" nytimes.com U.S. Economy Added 178,000 Jobs in November; Unemployment Rate at 4.6% The government reported on Friday that employers added 178,000 workers in November, a solid gain that clears the way for the Federal Reserve to raise the benchmark interest rate when it meets later this month. Barack Obama is handing over an unusually strong economy to Donald J. Trump.
"02.12.2016 13:25:02" nytimes.com Review: A Newly Relevant 'L'Amour de Loin' at the Met Kaija Saariaho's work, making its New York debut, is only the second opera composed by a woman to be presented by the company. (The first was in 1903.) For the first time in over 100 years, The Metropolitan Opera is presenting an opera composed by a woman.
"02.12.2016 12:55:00" nytimes.com Seduced and Betrayed by Donald Trump The white working class is due for a rude awakening when the safety net is shredded. "Millions of Americans have just been sucker-punched. They just don't know it yet," Paul Krugman writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"02.12.2016 12:25:00" nytimes.com Pageant Glamour for Those Who Have Reached the Age of Elegance Ms. Senior America caters to those who have experienced life in all of its joys and sorrows. The Ms. Senior America pageant celebrates women "between 60 and death," one contestant joked.
"02.12.2016 11:30:00" 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.
"02.12.2016 11:25:00" nytimes.com Trump Is Back in His Tower, as Chris Christie's Hopes for R.N.C. Job Dim New Jersey's governor may be pushing hard to be the next Republican National Committee chairman, but the president-elect appears to have other ideas. Donald J. Trump: "We did have a lot of fun fighting Hillary, didn't we?" Crowd: "Lock her up!"
"02.12.2016 11:00:01" cooking.nytimes.com Marcella Hazan's Tomato Sauce Recipe This is perhaps the most famous recipe created by Marcella Hazan, the cookbook author who changed how Americans cook Italian food It also may be her easiest. One of our most popular recipes of the year: This velvety sauce.
"02.12.2016 10:48:01" nytimes.com With Populist Anger Rising, Italy May Be Next Domino to Fall Italy could be the next domino to fall as populist anger sweeps through Europe and the United States, upending the political establishment. Fears are rising that Italy may be stumbling into its own Brexit moment.
"02.12.2016 10:25:00" nytimes.com Myanmar's Leader Faulted for Silence as Army Campaigns Against Rohingya Satellite images show villages burned to the ground. Aung San Suu Kyi, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, is accused of condoning a brutal military campaign against a Muslim minority.
"02.12.2016 09:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Kicks Off 'Thank You' Tour, Reveling in Crowd and Campaign Themes The event resurrected signature applause lines and carried the hallmarks of Mr. Trump's whiplash style during the election: indicting and promising, nostalgic and forward-looking. A triumphant Donald J. Trump soaked up the adulation of thousands of supporters in Ohio as he kicked off a 2-week “thank you” tour.
"02.12.2016 09:45:00" nytimes.com Claims of Child Sexual Abuse in English Soccer Grow The scandal emerged last month after at least six former professional players publicly said they had been molested as boys in youth programs. At least 350 people have come forward to report abuse at the hands of youth soccer coaches in Britain, the police said.
"02.12.2016 09:25:00" nytimes.com In France, a Candidate Intent on a Conservative Overhaul François Fillon, who has vaulted to the forefront of France's presidential race against Marine Le Pen, pledges to shrink big government, aid business and face down unions. François Fillon is vowing to make France's economy great again.
"02.12.2016 08:55:00" nytimes.com Trump and Carrier: How a Modern Economy Is Like a Parking Garage It's a constant state of flux, with jobs being created or lost. The challenge is to have a business climate in which you have more of the former. "In the 2 hours that Donald J. Trump spent flying to Indiana to boast that he saved 1,000 jobs, about 6,000 private-sector jobs in the U.S. were probably destroyed," Justin Wolfers writes.
"02.12.2016 08:25:00" nytimes.com Charlie Hebdo, a Lightning Rod in France, Hits German Newsstands The satirical newspaper, the target of an attack in 2015 that killed top editors and cartoonists, has started a German edition that features Angela Merkel on its first cover. "It's an experiment," said the editor in chief of Charlie Hebdo Officiel.
"02.12.2016 07:55:00" nytimes.com Cyberattacks Strike Saudi Arabia, Harming Aviation Agency A version of Shamoon, the virus that hit Middle Eastern energy companies in 2012, was used in mid-November to attack government agencies. Saudi Arabia's aviation agency was attacked by a virus like the ones that targeted Sony and the Las Vegas Sands, officials said.
"02.12.2016 06:55:00" The pilot of a plane carrying a Brazilian soccer team pleaded to make an immediate landing because the aircraft was out of fuel, according to a recording. Read more: http://nyti.ms/2gdN6eI
"02.12.2016 06:25:00" Thousands are fleeing Aleppo, Syria, after constant bombardment by Syrian and Russian forces. "I am scared for my children and my country."
"02.12.2016 05:55:00" nytimes.com 'We Are Orphans Here' Life and death in East Jerusalem's Palestinian refugee camp. "At the checkpoint, the Palestinian boy in front of me was detained. I was next, and the soldiers were shocked to see an American, as they would have been shocked to see any non-Palestinian."
"02.12.2016 05:40:00" In the first stop of his “thank you” tour in Ohio, Donald J. Trump returned to issues like immigration and security, and he announced James Mattis as his pick for secretary of defense.
"02.12.2016 05:25:00" nytimes.com 36 Hours in Geneva Don't underestimate under-the-radar Geneva. This scenic city offers quirky museums, outdoor markets, great shopping and a creative food scene. Geneva offers a thriving food scene, the charming district of Carouge, quirky museums, outdoor markets and great shopping — with Lake Geneva and the Alps as a stunning backdrop.
"02.12.2016 04:55:00" nytimes.com Trump's Chaos Theory: A Single Tweet Causes Jobs To Return The president-elect is basking in Carrier's decision to keep 1,000 workers in the U.S., but his economic plan will actually punish the ones who remain. "Donald J. Trump was in Indiana to celebrate the news that the Carrier Corporation will move only 1,300 jobs to Mexico, not 2,100 as planned. That's not bringing jobs back to the U.S.; they are just leaving more slowly," Steven Rattner writes in The New
"02.12.2016 04:40:00" President Obama, joined by Michelle Obama and daughter Sasha, lit the National Christmas Tree for the final time before he leaves the White House.
"02.12.2016 04:25:00" nytimes.com Social Q's: What Do I Do About My Selfish Friends? Also, when a new husband talks to his mother every day, what to do about a disgruntled neighbor, and a dog owner's quandary. "How should I complain to these people (or back away from them)?"
"02.12.2016 03:57:15" nytimes.com Trump's Breezy Calls to World Leaders Leave Diplomats Aghast The president-elect's unfiltered exchanges prompted the White House to urge him to seek the State Department's expertise in his encounters with foreign leaders. The breezy tone of the phone call between Donald J. Trump and Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif left diplomats slack-jawed, with some initially assuming it was a parody.
"02.12.2016 03:25:00" nytimes.com Shouting Match by Campaign Strategists at Harvard Election Forum “I would rather lose than win the way you guys did,” Hillary Clinton's director of communications told Donald Trump's campaign manager during a raucous debate at Harvard. “I would rather lose than win the way you guys did,” Hillary Clinton's communications director said to Kellyanne Conway.
"02.12.2016 02:55:00" nytimes.com CNN's Coverage of Trump Was Biased, Presidential Candidates' Aides Say At a conference, CNN's president, Jeffrey A. Zucker, was heckled about going easy on Mr. Trump. Mr. Zucker maintained that the news station was fair. “You showed hours upon hours of unfiltered, unscrutinized coverage of Trump!” an adviser for Marco Rubio shouted at CNN's Jeff Zucker.
"02.12.2016 02:25:00" nytimes.com Trump's Business Empire Isn't Just an Ethical Disaster It's also a security risk. Donald J. Trump's business empire is also a security risk, Richard Painter writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"02.12.2016 01:55:00" nytimes.com How a Triathlon Helped America Ferrera Defy Her Inner Critic Ms. Ferrera couldn't savor her Emmy win for “Ugly Betty” because of a nagging voice that kept her from owning her successes. A competition changed that. America Ferrera: "With every step, stroke and pedal, I turned 'No, I can't' into 'Yes, I can.'"
"02.12.2016 01:27:18" nytimes.com James Mattis, Outspoken Ex-Marine, Is Trump's Choice as Defense Secretary The retired general once led the United States Central Command, but his tour was cut short by the Obama administration, which believed he was too hawkish on Iran. Breaking News: Donald J. Trump said his defense secretary pick is James Mattis, an ex-general with a tough stance on Iran and support in Congress.
"02.12.2016 00:55:00" nytimes.com Count Those Votes! Again! Nothing will change, but we'll be reminded that Donald Trump is one of the least successful successful presidential candidates ever. Gail Collins: "The Green Party screwed up. Big time."
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"02.12.2016 00:25:00" nytimes.com 'We're Going to Get This Done': Wisconsin Vote Recount Is Underway Wisconsin is recounting the presidential vote at the behest and expense of Jill Stein, of the Green Party, with Michigan and Pennsylvania recounts up in the air. “We're going to be working long hours, but we're going to get this done,” said Kimberly Bushey, the clerk for Walworth County.
"02.12.2016 00:13:09" We're with Jerry Seinfeld and Colin Quinn to discuss their upcoming Netflix stand-up special, “Colin Quinn: The New York Story." Comment with your questions and NYT journalist Dave Itzkoff will ask some.
"01.12.2016 23:55:00" nytimes.com A Smash-and-Grab Heist in Pennsylvania: Masked Men Steal an A.T.M. Two thieves yanked a cash machine with about $14,000 through the door of ShopRite in Covington Township, Pa., on Tuesday. “Something like this is a first for us,” a police official said. Using a stolen dump truck, a long cable and a chain, a pair of masked men yanked an ATM through a door and made their getaway.
"01.12.2016 23:26:00" nytimes.com Starbucks Chief Howard Schultz to Step Down Next Year Mr. Schultz is planning to leave the company in April, turning the reins over to his handpicked successor, Kevin Johnson. Howard Schultz, the CEO of Starbucks is stepping down, renewing speculation about whether he is paving the way to enter politics.
"01.12.2016 22:55:00" nytimes.com Anna Kendrick: By the Book The actress, singer and author of “Scrappy Little Nobody” would love to be a bath reader, “but the Parisian charm wears off after five minutes, and then I just want to be dry.” At age 12, Anna Kendrick read "The Crucible," "Jane Eyre" and "The Great Gatsby." After each, she felt rage.
"01.12.2016 22:49:53" Mariachi Band in New York Times Join us as a mariachi band marches through The New York Times newsroom.
"01.12.2016 22:25:00" nytimes.com New King for Thailand as Crown Prince Ascends to Throne The prince was crowned as King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun seven weeks after the death of his father, a revered figure in Thailand. Thailand's crown prince ascended to the throne. He is King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun.
"01.12.2016 22:15:00" nytimes.com A Dose of a Hallucinogen From a 'Magic Mushroom,' and Then Lasting Peace Two studies used psilocybin to see if the drug could reduce depression and anxiety in cancer patients. The results were striking. He took psilocybin, a key ingredient in "magic mushrooms." He's no longer anxious about his cancer, or dying.
"01.12.2016 21:55:00" instagram.com Instagram photo by New York Times Archives • Dec 1, 2016 at 1:48pm UTC See this Instagram photo by @nytarchives • 377 likes 1954: “Time Out For Clock.”
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"01.12.2016 21:40:00" cooking.nytimes.com Simple Crusty Bread Recipe Jeff Hertzberg, a physician from Minneapolis, devised this streamlined technique for a crusty loaf of bread. Good with just about anything. (via The New York Times Food)
"01.12.2016 21:25:00" nytimes.com The Best TV Shows and Movies New to Netflix, Hulu and More in December From the Watching team, expert TV and movie recommendations for the end of the year. What's new on streaming (and worth your time) this month. (via NYT Watching)
"01.12.2016 20:55:00" nytimes.com A Subdued Putin Calls for 'Mutually Beneficial' Relations With the U.S. The Russian leader lamented rising global “fractures,” even in affluent countries, but made no mention of the Kremlin's efforts to stir up disorder. In his state of the nation address, Vladimir Putin avoided sarcastic or downright angry comments about the U.S. But he also made clear that Russia demanded to be treated as a global power.
"01.12.2016 20:25:01" nytimes.com Live Chat: How to Get Financially Ready for 2017 This Friday at 2 p.m. E.S.T. Ron Lieber is answering reader questions about personal finance and getting ready to have a financially successful 2017. What can you do to get your finances in good shape for 2017? And how should you be preparing for the end of this year? Join NYT's personal finance columnist Ron Lieber on Friday, Dec. 2, at 2 p.m. ET for a chat about figuring this out, and submit your
"01.12.2016 20:18:10" Live Concert: Straight No Chaser Straight No Chaser, an all-male a cappella group, is in the lobby of The New York Times building to perform some songs for you. Comment with questions and NYT journalist Andrew Chow will answer some.
"01.12.2016 20:15:00" nytimes.com Senate Votes to Extend Sanctions Against Iran Backers of the measure, which has angered Tehran, say it would help the U.S. respond if Iran violated its obligations under the nuclear agreement. The Senate voted 99 to 0 to extend U.S. sanctions against Iran for a decade.
"01.12.2016 19:55:00" nytimes.com Dolly Parton Pledges $1,000 a Month to Families Made Homeless by Tennessee Fires The donations from Ms. Parton's foundation will continue for six months “until they get back up on their feet,” the singer said. Dolly Parton said she'll donate $1,000 a month to each family that has been left homeless by the wildfires in Tennessee.
"01.12.2016 19:35:01" nytimes.com One Frenetic Day of Activity for Donald Trump Mr. Trump's surprise announcements and impulsive gestures have brought into sharp focus the compulsively theatrical style he will bring to the Oval Office. It began at dawn, with a tweet about flag-burning.
"01.12.2016 19:33:24" nytimes.com President François Hollande of France Says He Will Not Run for Re-Election Speaking in a televised address from the Élysée Palace, Mr. Hollande said that he was “aware of the risks” of a candidacy that would not “rally” enough people to it. Breaking News: President François Hollande of France said that he would not run for a second term.
"01.12.2016 19:25:00" nytimes.com Four New Names Officially Added to the Periodic Table of Elements Please welcome to the periodic table: Nihonium, Moscovium, Tennessine and Oganesson, discovered and then named by Japanese, Russian and American scientists. Please welcome to the periodic table: Nihonium, Moscovium, Tennessine and Oganesson.
"01.12.2016 18:55:00" nytimes.com Behind Trump's Deal With Carrier Critics decried the incentives offered to the company in exchange for keeping workers in Indiana, but others called Mr. Trump's effort a new path to economic growth. Critics denounced the incentives offered to Carrier in exchange for keeping workers in Indiana. Others called Donald J. Trump's effort a new path to economic growth.
"01.12.2016 18:25:00" Masked Men Steal A.T.M With Nearly $14,000 Using a stolen dump truck, a long cable and a chain, a pair of masked men yanked an ATM through a door and made their getaway.
"01.12.2016 18:10:01" nytimes.com California Today: Big Cat Attacks Alpacas. Does He Deserve to Die? Thursday: Outcry as a mountain lion is targeted for death, the quiet ascendance of Snap, and a new Los Angeles exhibit on the Reformation. The mountain lion known as P-45 attacked nearly a dozen alpacas and a goat at 2 ranches. Now, the lion may be facing his final days.
"01.12.2016 18:00:39" The Crossword Help us solve The New York Times crossword puzzle using our web game. Wordplay columnist Deb Amlen is here with hints. Put your guesses in the comments and share this with your friends.
"01.12.2016 17:55:00" nytimes.com Buzz Aldrin Is Evacuated From the South Pole After Falling Ill The former astronaut and second man to walk on the moon was flown to New Zealand after he arrived for a private tour. Buzz Aldrin was evacuated from the South Pole after getting sick. Days before, the second man to walk on the moon had tweeted, "Buzz's Polar Penguins countdown to liftoff has commenced."
"01.12.2016 17:40:00" nytimes.com Conor McGregor Gets a Boxing License. Let the Speculation Begin. Is the U.F.C. champion planning to leave mixed martial arts for a boxing career? Is he setting up a superfight with the undefeated — and nominally retired — Floyd Mayweather? The UFC's Conor McGregor is developing a reputation as someone who can do anything. But can he box?
"01.12.2016 17:25:00" nytimes.com Mind Over Body: Playing in the N.F.L. at 38 Vikings cornerback Terence Newman is a step slower, so he tries to outsmart opponents to stay on top of his game. How does the oldest cornerback in the NFL remain at top of his game? The Minnesota Vikings player stays in football shape and studies so much film that "he can make plays with his mind."
"01.12.2016 17:18:26" Live with the Reporter who Covered First Moon Landing We're looking at world-changing news events and speaking with the reporters who covered them. We revisit July 21, 1969, and the first moon landing. The New York Times - Science reporter John Noble Wilford wrote that front page story. Send him your
"01.12.2016 16:55:04" nytimes.com Great Barrier Reef Threatened by Climate Change, Chemicals and Sediment An Australian government report to Unesco says the risks are well-managed, but it also paints a grim picture of the scale of protecting the area. "Virtually all of the relevant science indicates the Great Barrier Reef is in decline."
"01.12.2016 16:25:00" nytimes.com Dying to Be Heard: Reporting Syria's War For the past five years, Hadi Abdullah, 29, has been reporting on the war in Syria and its devastating effects in rebel-held areas. This work has put him and his colleagues in the line of fire. For the past 5 years, هادي العبدالله Hadi abdullah, 29, has risked his life to report on the war in Syria.
"If I stand with the Syrian people, does that make me biased? I accept that. I'm biased. But I'm human."
"01.12.2016 15:58:42" nytimes.com Is All Fur Bad Fur? An Alaskan native turns to the fashion world to send a message about hunting, history and haute couture. Is there an ethical way to kill animals for their fur? This Alaskan designer thinks so.
"01.12.2016 15:25:02" nytimes.com There's Something You Need to Know About Donkeys Sherman's first few days on our tiny Lancaster farm were touch and go as we waited to see if he'd survive his years of neglect. Training Sherman to be a racing donkey seemed like a
good way to speed his healing. But he had other ideas.
"01.12.2016 14:55:00" Peer Out From a Bergdorf Goodman Window 360° video: "We do high fantasy. It's baroque-a-go-go."
Witness the creation of the Bergdorf Goodman holiday displays. Read more: http://nyti.ms/2gbAiWg
"01.12.2016 14:25:01" nytimes.com The 10 Best Books of 2016 The year's best books, selected by the editors of The New York Times Book Review. Did you read any of these books this year? What books from 2016 would make your personal list of the best books of the year? (via The New York Times Books)
"01.12.2016 13:55:00" nytimes.com Prince Harry Announces a Scholarship to Serve the Royal Family Recipients of the scholarship will spend time in Buckingham Palace, but don't get the wrong idea: They will cook, cater and otherwise serve the British royals. There are a few caveats, however.
"01.12.2016 13:25:02" nytimes.com The Array of Conflicts of Interest Facing the Trump Presidency Donald J. Trump's global business empire will create an unprecedented number of conflicts of interest for a United States president, experts say. Donald J. Trump's business empire will create an unprecedented number of conflicts of interest for a U.S. president, experts say. Here's a list of examples.
"01.12.2016 12:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Heads to Indiana to Bask, as Clinton's Lead in Popular Vote Breaks 2.5 million The president-elect embarks on a victory tour to crow over manufacturing jobs, while Senate Democrats try to tighten nominee disclosure rules. Donald J. Trump seems to be itching to return to crowds he drew during the campaign.
"01.12.2016 12:25:01" nytimes.com Donald Trump's 'Monster's Ball' He assembles a team of billionaires and bigots. "The same Trump who blasted Clinton for being 'owned by Wall Street' assembled a cabinet that is a roster of the superwealthy," Charles M. Blow writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"01.12.2016 11:55:01" nytimes.com Doomed Jet Carrying Brazilian Team Reportedly Ran Out of Fuel The pilot pleaded to make an immediate landing because of the situation, according to a recording leaked to Colombian news organizations. "Nine thousand feet," the pilot yelled. "Vectors! Vectors!"
Shortly afterward, the plane crashed.
"01.12.2016 11:30:00" 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.
"01.12.2016 11:00:00" nytimes.com A New Map for America The 50-state model is holding the country back. It needs a new system, built around urban corridors. One of our most popular pieces on Facebook this year: How the lower 48 states could be realigned into 7 mega-regions.
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"01.12.2016 10:25:00" nytimes.com A World of Trouble for Donald Trump Mr. Trump, who has offered only a jumble of contradictory ideas, will have a hard time dealing with urgent challenges abroad. Donald J. Trump who has said, "I know more about ISIS than the generals," has not offered any plan beyond "I would bomb the [expletive] out of 'em," the Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"01.12.2016 09:55:00" nytimes.com Another Mass Grave Dug by ISIS in Iraq, and a Ghastly Ritual Renewed The Islamic State has been resorting to a horrific practice that dates back to Saddam Hussein and his regime's industrial-scale killings. "Thousands of people don't know the fate of their loved ones."
"01.12.2016 09:25:01" nytimes.com Angela Merkel's Anti-Ideology In order to defend liberal values, she has to act like she isn't. "Liberal progressive politics will survive the populist resurgence only if liberal progressives give up their claim to moral superiority and elitist policy making." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"01.12.2016 08:55:00" nytimes.com Ethics Office Praises Donald Trump for a Move He Hasn't Committed To In a series of oddly informal Twitter posts, the Office of Government Ethics appeared to conclude, wrongly, that Mr. Trump had promised to divest his assets. The revelation from the normally secretive federal agency came in a bizarre series of oddly informal tweets.
"01.12.2016 08:25:01" nytimes.com Animosity in a Burmese Hub Deepens as Chinese Get Richer The Chinese dominate the economy in Mandalay, Myanmar, a trading town known for dealing in minerals, timber and drugs. "We only need to pay $2.50 a day for labor," said a jade buyer from China.
"01.12.2016 07:55:00" nytimes.com Beyond Beer: Germany Goes All In for Gin The nation of pilsner, riesling and schnapps is suddenly producing and consuming “a river” of the spirit. Germany, the land of beer, riesling and schnapps, has gone gin mad.
"01.12.2016 06:55:01" nytimes.com Italian Monastery Seeks Salvation in Beer After Devastating Quake Their basilica in ruins, monks from America believe their small brewing operation can help an entire town to recover from Italy's worst earthquake since 1980. American monks in Italy want you to have a beer.
"01.12.2016 05:55:00" nytimes.com A Woman Sees Education as a Path to a Better Life for Her Daughter Kevai Jones, who became pregnant and dropped out of school, hopes to earn a high school equivalency diploma and eventually a college degree. “If I get stressed or overwhelmed, I always want to give up. Now that I have a daughter, that's not an option."
"01.12.2016 05:25:00" nytimes.com The Man in the High Castle It's 1962 and the Axis powers have won World War II and split the United States into two parts. Several characters — a young woman who joins the resistance, an American Nazi officer and a Jewish artist trying to hide his ancestry — struggle to live in If you're looking for a new dark show, try "The Man in the High Castle." (via NYT Watching)
"01.12.2016 04:55:00" nytimes.com 'I Love N.Y.' Signs Have a Lot to Say. The Government Says They're Illegal. State road signs intended to generate love and money for New York have instead set off a feud with federal officials, who say the signs are dangerous distractions. The government said the signs were illegal. The state put 514 of them up anyway.
"01.12.2016 04:40:00" nytimes.com Trump's Economic Cabinet Picks Signal Embrace of Wall St. Elite Steven Mnuchin, the financier who has been tapped to run Treasury, joins other wealthy investors chosen by Mr. Trump, a sign of possible tax cuts and deregulation ahead. Steven Mnuchin, a hedge fund manager, and Wilbur Ross, a billionaire investor, are in stark contrast to the populist campaign that Donald J. Trump ran.
"01.12.2016 04:25:00" On Castro's Old Campus, Students Pay Tribute On Fidel Castro's old campus, the University of Havana, hundreds of students held a memorial.
"01.12.2016 03:55:01" nytimes.com Why the Trump Team's Economic Promises Will Be Hard to Execute The men chosen to lead the Treasury and Commerce Departments vow to cut taxes, increase growth and hold the line on deficits, testing the limits of economic math. Donald J. Trump's economic team made a lot of promises Wednesday. They'll be hard to keep.
"01.12.2016 03:37:00" nytimes.com Colombia's Congress Approves Peace Accord With FARC The vote was most likely the final hurdle in ratifying the troubled agreement whose earlier version had been rejected in a referendum this fall. Breaking News: Colombia's Congress approved a peace agreement with the country's largest rebel group in what was likely the deal's final hurdle.
"01.12.2016 03:25:00" nytimes.com Magnus Carlsen Overwhelms Challenger in Tiebreakers to Win World Chess Championship On his 26th birthday, Mr. Carlsen beat Sergey Karjakin in a series of high-speed tiebreakers, securing his reputation as a player with no weaknesses. It was also Magnus Carlsen's birthday, which he said earlier in the week had been good luck in the past.
"01.12.2016 02:55:01" nytimes.com Michael James Delligatti, Creator of the Big Mac, Dies at 98 He modeled the first McDonald's double-decker on burgers at a Big Boy and introduced it in 1967 in Uniontown, Pa. A year later, it was on the menu nationwide. Jim Delligatti was a McDonald's franchise owner who invented the Big Mac.
"01.12.2016 02:40:00" nytimes.com Appalachia Burning The flame-ravaged Gatlinburg is a place of beauty, in a region that sorely needs it. "Were this a wildfire in Malibu, California, we'd be watching round-the-clock coverage of multimillion-dollar houses being threatened. Instead, it's in Tennessee," Jason Howard writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"01.12.2016 02:29:08" nytimes.com Mike Pence and 'Conversion Therapy': A History The vice president-elect has denied that he supports discredited methods meant to change a person's sexual orientation or gender identity. A spokesman for Mike Pence denied that Pence supported "conversion therapy" for LGBT people. But LGBT groups remain skeptical.
"01.12.2016 01:55:00" nytimes.com North Carolina's Sore Loser Gov. Pat McCrory, rejected by the voters, is engaging in a shameless attack on the electoral system. "North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory has refused to concede, and despite having no path to victory, he has been engaged in an all-out assault on the integrity of the election system," the Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"01.12.2016 01:31:00" Tennessee Wildfires Force Evacuations In Gatlinburg, Tennessee, search-and-rescue missions continued after wildfires burned in and near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
"01.12.2016 01:01:00" nytimes.com I Am a Dangerous Professor My inclusion on a new 'watchlist' is intended to shame me into silence. "In my classrooms, I refuse to remain silent in the face of racism, its subtle and systemic structure. I refuse to remain silent in the face of patriarchal and sexist hegemony and the denigration of women's bodies," Emory University professor George Yancy
"01.12.2016 00:40:00" nytimes.com A Superior Chicken Soup For the best rendition of this American classic, start with a whole bird. Isn't it time you master this classic?
"01.12.2016 00:25:00" Dying to Be Heard: Reporting Syria's War For the past 5 years, هادي العبدالله Hadi abdullah, 29, has risked his life to report on the war in Syria. "I'm trying to get the voices of the oppressed heard." http://nyti.ms/2gmlNBQ
"30.11.2016 23:55:00" nytimes.com How Cassini Will Begin Its Date With Death on Saturn On Wednesday, the spacecraft that has studied Saturn for a dozen years will commence a series of maneuvers that will graze the planet's rings. The death spiral of NASA's Cassini spacecraft starts Wednesday.
"30.11.2016 23:25:01" nytimes.com What (Lots of) Money Can Buy at Trump's Inauguration An “exclusive” luncheon with cabinet appointees, an “intimate” dinner with the vice president-elect and more are available — for donors who give enough. At Donald J. Trump's inauguration, $1 million can get you an "intimate" dinner with Mike Pence and his wife, Karen.
"30.11.2016 22:55:01" nytimes.com Sarah Palin for Veterans Affairs? A Wrestling Impresario for Small Business? The president-elect, who continues to fill his cabinet, will travel to Indiana this week to announce the saving of 1,000 factory jobs. Sarah Palin's name has popped up to possibly lead the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
"30.11.2016 22:25:01" nytimes.com Another Mass Grave Dug by ISIS in Iraq, and a Ghastly Ritual Renewed The Islamic State has been resorting to a horrific practice that dates back to Saddam Hussein and his regime's industrial-scale killings. His search for his brother took him to a stretch of road. On one side, decaying, headless corpses were lying in heaps of trash.
"30.11.2016 21:58:22" Nicholas Kristof In which I apologize on behalf of the American people to the Australian people. It involves Vegemite. NYT columnist Nicholas Kristof has an apology for Australians -- vegemite
"30.11.2016 21:55:02" nytimes.com The Far Right Has a New Digital Safe Space Gab, a social media network built like a hybrid of Twitter and Reddit, bans very little and has become a conservative bunker of sorts. It's called Gab, and it's a place for white nationalists and conspiracy-theorist YouTubers to gather without liberal interference.
"30.11.2016 21:25:02" nytimes.com No Rainbow, but Thief Finds a Bucket of Gold on West 48th Street The New York City police are seeking a man who grabbed a bucket off the back of a momentarily unattended armored truck in broad daylight and fled, very slowly, with $1.6 million worth of gold flakes. He took an 86-pound bucket of gold from an armored truck and walked through Manhattan with it. In broad daylight.
"30.11.2016 20:55:00" nytimes.com Now, Netflix Users Can Watch Movies Offline on Their Mobile Devices Users will be able binge watch some shows and movies on their phones and tablets without eating up their entire data plan. Netflix will now let people download videos to phones and tablets, so users can chill over their data limits.
"30.11.2016 20:31:51" The New York Times - Well - Health The Tiny Apartment Workout
You don't need a membership to a gym to get a full-body workout. Here are 3 exercises you can do in a cramped apartment. Mark Langowski, author of “Eat This, Not That for Abs,” will be demonstrating them for you. Leave your You don't need a membership to a gym to get a full-body workout. Here are 3 exercises you can do in a cramped apartment.
"30.11.2016 20:25:02" instagram.com Instagram photo by New York Times Archives • Nov 30, 2016 at 1:48pm UTC See this Instagram photo by @nytarchives • 232 likes 1978: Trimming the Rockefeller Christmas Tree.
New Yorkers and tourists alike will gather tonight for this year's lighting at Rockefeller Center.
Photo: Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times (via instagram.com/nytarchives)
"30.11.2016 19:59:27" Video From The New York Times Snapchat lovers: Take a peek at the Snapchat Spectacles, the company's camera-embedded sunglasses. NYT journalists Michael de la Merced and Brian X. Chen share their impressions of the smart shades. Join us for a sneak peek at the Snapchat Spectacles, the company's camera-embedded sunglasses. Comment with your questions and NYT reporters Michael de la Merced and Brian X. Chen will answer some.
"30.11.2016 19:55:01" nytimes.com A Snapshot Captures the Awkward Courtship Between Trump and Romney Rain was falling outside. Young garlic soup and frog legs were on the menu. In other words, It was the perfect occasion for a photo op. Mitt Romney was photographed having dinner with Donald J. Trump, and a meme was born.
"30.11.2016 19:25:00" nytimes.com 'Victimizing Me All Over Again': San Bernardino Victims Fight for Treatment Nearly a year after being shot in a terrorist attack, employees of San Bernardino County, Calif., are struggling with delayed or denied workers' compensation claims. “I can't type, I can't put a bra on, I can't cut a steak, I can't drive, I can't do laundry, I can't wrap a present, I can't put my shoes and socks on, I can't do much walking or standing or sitting. I need help with everything."
"30.11.2016 18:55:00" nytimes.com Insomniacs Are Helped by Online Therapy, Study Finds The report suggests that many garden-variety insomniacs could benefit from cognitive behavior therapy without ever having to talk to a therapist. The digital screens that have helped create a generation of insomniacs? They can also help restore regular sleep, a new study says.
"30.11.2016 18:25:01" nytimes.com Texas Will Require Burial of Aborted Fetuses The rule, which goes into effect on Dec. 19, mandates that tissue from an abortion must be buried or cremated regardless of how long it has been gestating. Texas will require aborted fetal tissue to be buried instead of disposed in a sanitary landfill.
"30.11.2016 17:55:06" nytimes.com Britain's New £5 Note, Stronger and Safer, Isn't Suitable for Vegetarians The Bank of England has confirmed that tallow, a hard, fatty substance usually made from rendered beef or mutton suet, was used in the base of the new bills. The money isn't meat-free.
"30.11.2016 17:54:37" Live Interview with "Newroom" Actor Chris Chalk The actor Chris Chalk, who has appeared in “Gotham”, “The Newsroom” and “Homeland,” is here to discuss his work. Leave your questions for Chris in the comments, and NYT's Paul Moon will ask them.:
"30.11.2016 17:43:00" nytimes.com The Truth About Young Immigrants and DACA The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, for the so-called Dreamers, is both lawful and rational. Dreamers came to the United States as children, developed deep roots in the country and have become valuable contributors to their community, Janet Napolitano writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"30.11.2016 17:10:01" nytimes.com OPEC Reaches Deal to Limit Production, Sending Prices Soaring The deal will be the first production cut in eight years, although the price increase may prove temporary. After years of squabbling, OPEC agreed to cut oil production, sending prices soaring. But the rise in prices may not last.
"30.11.2016 16:55:00" Homemade Pasta The silkiest, softest homemade pasta, from The New York Times Food: http://nyti.ms/2fQYvmS
"30.11.2016 16:40:12" nytimes.com Charlotte Officer 'Acted Lawfully' in Fatal Shooting of Keith Scott The Sept. 20 shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, who the police said had a handgun when he was killed, set off days of unrest. The officer who shot and killed Keith Lamont Scott in a parking lot "acted lawfully" and will not be charged, the prosecutor said.
"30.11.2016 16:31:49" How To Make Poké Bowls We're making poké bowls, a staple dish of Hawaiian cuisine, with Iron Chef Morimoto. Leave your questions in the comments and Melissa Clark, a food writer for The Times, will ask some.
"30.11.2016 16:25:00" nytimes.com How to Hide $400 Million When a wealthy businessman set out to divorce his wife, their fortune vanished. The quest to find it would reveal the depths of an offshore financial system bigger than the U.S. economy. A wealthy husband. His estranged wife. Two Palm Beach lawyers. And a $400 million mystery.
"30.11.2016 15:57:34" nytimes.com Trump Vows Steps to Avoid Appearance of Business Conflicts “I feel it is visually important, as president, to in no way have a conflict of interest,” Mr. Trump said. Legal and ethics experts voiced doubts. Donald J. Trump said he would take steps to separate himself from his business empire. But legal and ethical experts expressed doubts.
"30.11.2016 15:42:00" nytimes.com California Today: A View of San Francisco's Leaning Tower From Space Wednesday: Mapping the undulations of the Bay Area, Nancy Pelosi takes heat for the Democrats' troubles, and the delights of Yosemite in winter. Two satellites show that a 58-story building is sinking into the ground below at a rate of nearly 2 inches a year.
"30.11.2016 15:25:00" nytimes.com Let Women Drive, a Saudi Prince Urges “Beyond being a rights issue, it is also an economic, developmental and social one,” Alwaleed bin Talal wrote in a four-page letter posted on his personal website. "Stop the debate," the prince tweeted. "It's time for women to drive."
"30.11.2016 14:59:01" nytimes.com While We Weren't Looking, Snapchat Revolutionized Social Networks Once known for its disappearing messages, Snap, the parent of Snapchat, has moved into news and, with Spectacles, consumer devices. Snap has quietly become one of the world's most innovative and influential consumer technology companies, Farhad Manjoo writes.
"30.11.2016 14:48:39" The New York Times Styles We're backstage at the Victoria's Secret fashion show in Paris, where models like Kendall Jenner, Joan Smalls, Adriana Lima, and Gigi Hadid are getting their hair and makeup done. Comment with your questions for the hairstylist and makeup artist, and NYT Join us backstage at the Victoria's Secret fashion show in Paris, where models like Kendall Jenner, Joan Smalls, Adriana Lima, and Gigi Hadid are getting their hair and makeup done. Comment with your questions.
"30.11.2016 14:25:01" nytimes.com French Election Hints at a European Shift Toward Russia François Fillon's victory in a presidential primary suggests that a shift from confrontation to accommodation of Moscow has already begun in the region. A growing movement within Europe is pushing a new policy: instead of standing up to Vladimir Putin, stand with him.
"30.11.2016 13:55:00" nytimes.com Trump vs. the Constitution The Supreme Court has ruled that flag burning is protected by the First Amendment. It has also said that the government may not strip Americans of their citizenship. A list of statements by Donald J. Trump that are at odds with the United States Constitution.
"30.11.2016 13:25:00" nytimes.com After Democrats' Losses, Nancy Pelosi Becomes a Symbol of What Went Wrong Ms. Pelosi, a 76-year-old San Francisco progressive, is expected to easily win re-election when her colleagues vote on Wednesday. Nancy Pelosi has become a stand-in for complaints that Democrats have failed to court working-class voters.
"30.11.2016 12:55:01" nytimes.com Trump Victory Tour Set as Cabinet Comes Together The trip Thursday will kick off what the transition is calling a “thank you” tour in which Mr. Trump plans to give credit for his surprise victory to supporters in critical swing states. Donald J. Trump plans to kick off a "thank you" tour on Thursday.
"30.11.2016 12:55:00" nytimes.com If Trump Tweets It, Is It News? A Quandary for the News Media News organizations grapple with covering a commander in chief who uses his Twitter account as a bully pulpit and propaganda weapon. Does an early-morning Donald J. Trump tweet amount to a planned shift in American policy? Should news outlets ignore clearly untrue tweets?
"30.11.2016 12:30:13" nytimes.com C.I.A. Chief Warns Donald Trump Against Tearing Up Iran Nuclear Deal Mr. Brennan also warned that the incoming administration needed to be skeptical about Russian promises. The director of the CIA said that canceling the accord would be "the height of folly" and could lead to a nuclear arms race in the Middle East.
"30.11.2016 11:55:01" nytimes.com A History of Air Disasters Involving Sports Teams The crash of a plane carrying the Brazilian soccer club Chapecoense to a game in Colombia is one of several similar accidents stretching back decades. In 1961, the entire United States figure skating team was killed in a plane crash in Belgium.
"30.11.2016 11:30:32" nytimes.com Trump Transition, Standing Rock, MDMA: Your Wednesday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Daily Briefing: Here's what you need to know today.
"30.11.2016 10:55:00" nytimes.com ISIS Calls Ohio State University Attacker a 'Soldier' The attacker, identified as Abdul Razak Ali Artan, a Somali-born Ohio State student, was shot and killed by a police officer. The attacker was reported to have spoken about a sleeper cell.
"30.11.2016 10:25:00" nytimes.com What Is U.K.'s 'Brexit' Plan? Glimpse of a Notepad Stirs Up Intrigue A surreptitiously photographed page of notes reading “What's the model? Have cake & eat” has fueled speculation about the official policy for leaving the European Union. A photo of an open notepad has fueled speculation about Britain's Brexit strategy.
"30.11.2016 09:55:00" nytimes.com As She Fights Cancer, a Woman Strives for Normalcy Patricia Lewis, 68, is focused on enjoying her grandchildren after losing her health and career to breast cancer. “I'm fighting the cancer because it's fighting me."
"30.11.2016 09:25:00" nytimes.com New Rule: All Purchases Subject to a 7-Day Mental Quarantine You have to stop stuff from coming into the house in the first place. When trying to declutter, throwing stuff away is only half the battle.
"30.11.2016 08:55:00" nytimes.com Austria's Far Right Sees a Prize Within Reach: The Presidency Immigration concerns and the election of Donald J. Trump in the United States are seen as giving Norbert Hofer an even chance to win the largely ceremonial role in voting on Sunday. Norbert Hofer is counting on Austrians to make him the first far-right head of state in post-World War II Europe.
"30.11.2016 08:25:00" nytimes.com Belgium and the Netherlands Swap Land, and Remain Friends The discovery of a headless corpse in the Netherlands helped Belgium and its bigger Dutch neighbor resolve a property squabble that began in 1961. The discovery of a headless body helped Belgium and the Netherlands resolve a property squabble that began in 1961.
"30.11.2016 07:55:01" nytimes.com Despite Climate Change Vow, China Pushes to Dig More Coal China is reopening mines amid worries about power supplies, demonstrating how difficult it will be to wean its giant economy from coal dependence. Mines are reopening in China. Miners are being lured back with fatter paychecks.
"30.11.2016 07:25:00" nytimes.com Giant Arch, a Feat of Engineering, Now Covers Chernobyl Site in Ukraine The shelter, under construction since 2010, covers the deteriorating steel and concrete sarcophagus hastily built after the nuclear accident 30 years ago. A giant arch has been built over the Chernobyl site. Can it contain the radiation?
"30.11.2016 06:55:01" nytimes.com Donald Trump: Be 'Big Marco' or Set His Own Path? He will need to choose between pursuing the policies of a traditional Republican president and creating something new. Donald J. Trump will have to decide whether he is another standard Republican on taxes, spending and the economy, David Leonhardt writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"30.11.2016 06:25:00" nytimes.com Pickle A couple go to great lengths to keep an unusual array of animals alive and comfortable. The short film “Pickle” examines the depths of one couple's devotion to their pets. (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"30.11.2016 05:55:00" Demonstrations involving fast-food, airport and hospital employees, among others, were organized in cities including New York, Detroit and Los Angeles.
"30.11.2016 05:26:36" nytimes.com After Dinner Meeting, Romney Praises Trump The president-elect, still trying to choose among a number of possibilities to be his secretary of state, won't pull back on his habit of overnight and morning Twitter posts. Mitt Romney — who called Donald J. Trump a “phony” and a “fraud” during the GOP primaries — heaped compliments on the president-elect after their dinner meeting.
"30.11.2016 04:55:00" nytimes.com The End of the Anglo-American Order Trump and Farage quickly recognized what they shared. For decades, the United States and Britain's vision of democracy and freedom defined the postwar world. What will happen in an age of Donald J. Trump and Nigel Farage?
"30.11.2016 04:40:00" nytimes.com How Good Is a Bad Night's Sleep? Sleep with disturbing nightmares is better than no sleep, researchers say, but the bad dreams can cause all sorts of other problems. Despite the problems nightmares can cause, sleeping and having them is better than not sleeping.
"30.11.2016 04:25:00" nytimes.com Earth Isn't Doomed Yet. The Climate Could Survive Trump Policies. If the president-elect keeps nuclear plants going and maintains momentum for wind, solar, and shale energy, the United States could outdo its Paris pledges. Donald J. Trump's climate policy — or his lack of one — could work out in surprising ways, Eduardo Porter writes.
"30.11.2016 03:55:00" nytimes.com F.D.A. Agrees to New Trials for Ecstasy as Relief for PTSD Patients The Food and Drug Administration has approved large-scale clinical trials to study MDMA, the illegal party drug better known as Ecstasy, as treatment for PTSD patients. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration gave permission for large-scale clinical trials — a final step before the possible approval of Ecstasy as a prescription drug.
"30.11.2016 03:35:00" nytimes.com A Hard Journey Toward Independence A young woman with cerebral palsy receives furniture for her new bedroom, with help from The Neediest Cases. She didn't learn to walk until she was about 5. Now, at 21, she rides the subway on her own. Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"30.11.2016 03:25:00" nytimes.com Wildfires in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Force Evacuations: 'It Was Like Driving Into Hell' Three people died and 14 were injured as high winds and a drought fueled wildfires in East Tennessee. “Everywhere you looked, there were fires everywhere. It was like driving into hell.”
"30.11.2016 03:10:00" nytimes.com NYT Watching Recommendation of the Day: 'Everwood' Watch if you like warm, emotional coming-of-age stories, smart dialogue and flooding the world with your tears. If the “Gilmore Girls” revival is making you feel nostalgic for your old WB shows, lean into that feeling and rewatch "Everwood." (via NYT Watching)
"30.11.2016 02:55:01" nytimes.com When It Comes to Clams, the More Broth, the Better These Thai-style clams are made in a broth that is sweet, salty, sour and herbaceous. "There is solace and sanity in a bowl of soup."
"30.11.2016 02:36:58" nytimes.com Mr. Trump, Meet the Constitution Why is the president-elect afraid of free speech? "Donald J. Trump tweets, he posts, he incites. He trolls. He commands a global platform and will soon be America's commander in chief. But it has to be said, and said again: This is not normal. It demeans the presidency," the Editorial Board writes in The
"30.11.2016 02:10:00" As many as 2,000 veterans will join protesters in solidarity at the Dakota Access Pipeline to serve as human shields.
"30.11.2016 01:55:01" instagram.com Instagram photo by New York Times Archives • Nov 29, 2016 at 1:31pm UTC See this Instagram photo by @nytarchives • 319 likes Truman Capote's famous masked ball at the Plaza Hotel “lived up to nearly all of its extravagant advance notices,” The Times reported 50 years ago today.
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"30.11.2016 01:26:17" nytimes.com The Evangelicalism of Old White Men Is Dead We need a new Christian movement. "As the election retreats, one casualty is the reputation of evangelicalism. Trump's victory has pulled the roof off the building we once called home. It's time to build a new home," Tony Campolo and Shane Claiborne write in The New York Times Opinion
"30.11.2016 00:55:01" nytimes.com What It Takes to Open a Bookstore This may be the ultimate book nerd's fantasy, but it's also hard work. We talked to some Brooklyn experts. It's not quite as relaxing as it looks.
"30.11.2016 00:41:12" nytimes.com Trump to Announce Carrier Plant Will Keep Jobs in U.S. Reversing a plan the president-elect had assailed, the company will keep more than half of the 2,000 manufacturing jobs in Indiana that it was to shift to Mexico. Breaking News: Donald J. Trump made an Indiana factory a symbol of his economic plans. Now, his team says he has a deal to save over 1,000 jobs there.
"30.11.2016 00:25:02" nytimes.com Obama to Send Aide to Fidel Castro's Funeral Benjamin J. Rhodes, a deputy national security adviser, will join the top American diplomat in Cuba at the funeral, an official said, citing the countries' “complicated” relationship. President Obama will not send a formal delegation to Cuba for Fidel Castro's funeral, but will dispatch a top White House aide.
"30.11.2016 00:09:57" TimesTalks: "Moonlight" Join “Moonlight” director, Barry Jenkins, and cast members Naomie Harris and Andre Holland as they discuss the movie. "Moonlight" composer Nicholas Britell will perform a compilation of music from the film, accompanied by violinist Tim Fain. Comment with
"29.11.2016 23:56:00" Brazil's Chapecoense soccer team was in the midst of a historic season when a plane crash killed most of the players, coaches and staff.
"29.11.2016 23:25:00" nytimes.com Protesters Across U.S. Demand $15 Minimum Wage Demonstrations involving fast-food, airport and hospital employees, among others, were organized in cities including New York, Detroit and Los Angeles. “We're tired of living paycheck to paycheck.”
"29.11.2016 22:55:00" nytimes.com Tennessee Woman Accused of Coat-Hanger Abortion Attempt Faces New Charges The woman, Anna Yocca, who was first arrested a year ago, pleaded not guilty on Monday to new charges, which include attempted criminal abortion. The case has drawn attention to strict abortion laws and in some cases the criminalization of the procedure as Donald J. Trump prepares to take office.
"29.11.2016 22:34:05" nytimes.com Steven Mnuchin Is Donald Trump's Expected Choice for Treasury Secretary Mr. Mnuchin, a longtime Trump acquaintance, is a former Goldman Sachs partner who has worked in hedge funds and Hollywood finance and has no government experience. Breaking News: Donald J. Trump's Treasury secretary pick is said to be Steven Mnuchin, a financier with Hollywood ties but no government experience.
"29.11.2016 22:25:02" nytimes.com Thousands Flee Parts of Aleppo, Syria, as Assad's Forces Gain Ground Leaflets dropped over the besieged city warned inhabitants, “If you don't leave these areas quickly you will be annihilated.” “If you don't leave these areas quickly you will be annihilated," leaflets warned. "Everyone has left you alone to face your doom and have offered you no help.”
"29.11.2016 21:59:35" nytimes.com Facebook Shouldn't Fact-Check It's dangerous to promise that a social network will vet what's true. "I simply don't trust Facebook, or any one company, with the responsibility for determining what is true," Jessica Lessin writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"29.11.2016 21:25:00" nytimes.com A Warm Spinach Salad, Wearing Pancetta and Egg This hearty main course salad pairs mature spinach — not baby leaves — with rich adornments. Something fresh and green to counter all those Thanksgiving meals.
"29.11.2016 20:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Calls for Revoking Flag Burners' Citizenship. Court Rulings Forbid It. The proposal, advanced by the president-elect via Twitter, appears to be in conflict with an array of Supreme Court precedents. Donald J. Trump suggested stripping flag burners of their citizenship. One problem: The Supreme Court has said that's unconstitutional.
"29.11.2016 20:40:00" nytimes.com Watched All of the 'Gilmore Girls' Revival? Let's Talk About It Many of the show's most enduring qualities were front and center in these four episodes. Then there were the other things. "My list of beefs could go on and on," writes our NYT Watching TV critic on the "Gilmore Girls" revival. "But I enjoyed this revival so much, too."
"29.11.2016 20:25:01" nytimes.com The Glorious Achievement of Zipping Up a Sweatshirt Kenerly Alvarez, 4, has Down syndrome, and her father is disabled, but the Manhattan family is making progress with the assistance of a center that helps children with developmental delays. He has limited mobility. His daughter has Down syndrome. Everyday tasks, like lifting her, are a struggle.
"29.11.2016 20:10:00" nytimes.com Emma Morano, World's Oldest Person, Turns 117 She celebrated the occasion in her home in Italy, with some of the festivities shown live on the state broadcaster. 2 years ago, Emma Morano said the secret to longevity was eating three raw eggs a day and remaining single. She's now 117.
"29.11.2016 19:55:00" lens.blogs.nytimes.com Rare Photos Show World War II From the Soviet Side When Arthur Bondar came across the negatives of a Soviet war photographer, he realized he had stumbled upon an important cache of images of World War II that gave an intimate look at that country's side. Most of the best-known Soviet images from WWII were used as propaganda. Often they were staged. These rare photos are different.
"29.11.2016 19:41:29" nytimes.com Why Gunshot Victims Have Reason to Like the Affordable Care Act The expansion of state Medicaid programs under the health care law has brought coverage, and necessary treatment, to previously uninsured shooting victims. “You start getting treated like anybody else when you need care, like a regular citizen.”
"29.11.2016 19:39:31" Live with Chicago Rappers Saba and Stunt Taylor Join Chicago rappers Saba and Stunt Taylor in their studio for a discussion with NYT reporter John Eligon about life and art in Chicago.
"29.11.2016 19:25:00" nytimes.com Taking a Selfie in Berlin, With a 3-Ton Camera Using complex and proprietary optics, the Imago camera creates life-size portraits directly on photo paper. A second Imago is in the works for Beijing. “You search for yourself inside the camera. It's the ultimate selfie.”
"29.11.2016 18:55:01" nytimes.com Flamingo Mating Rules: 1. Learn the Funky Chicken The birds with the largest repertoires of dance moves are the ones who most often succeed in finding mates, researchers have found. Flamingos that can strut their stuff are better at finding mates.
"29.11.2016 18:32:06" Video From The New York Times After an election that was all about shouting and screaming, how about some actual dialogue? NYT reporter Jack Healy is in Colorado to chat with one Hillary Clinton supporter and one Donald J. Trump supporter about their feelings, their views of each Join NYT reporter Jack Healy in Colorado to chat with a Hillary Clinton supporter and a Donald J. Trump supporter about their feelings, their views of each other and where the country is headed now.
"29.11.2016 18:25:00" nytimes.com Women in Canadian Military Report Widespread Sexual Assault A survey commissioned by the armed forces puts hard numbers on a 2015 report that showed a culture hostile toward women and other minorities. More than 1 in 4 women in the Canadian military have been sexually assaulted during their careers. Only 23% of those women reported what had happened.
"29.11.2016 18:02:03" The New York Times's cover photo A Buddhist nun with a prayer wheel in Larung Gar, a monastic camp where thousands of nuns and monks live and study, in Sichuan Province, China. But now, they're being forced out of the area. http://nyti.ms/2fIyBON
Photo: Gilles Sabrié for The New York
"29.11.2016 18:02:03" The New York Times's cover photo A Buddhist nun with a prayer wheel in Larung Gar, a monastic camp where thousands of nuns and monks live and study, in Sichuan Province, China. But now, they're being forced out of the area. http://nyti.ms/2fIyBON
Photo: Gilles Sabrié for The New York
"29.11.2016 17:55:02" nytimes.com Remembering My Mother's Alexandria Our correspondent returned to the Egyptian city this fall to find a place as full of despair as her mother's of the 1960s was full of hope and anticipation. "I returned this fall to a very different Alexandria," Diaa Hadid writes. "One as insular as my mother's was open, as full of despair as my mother's was full of hope and anticipation."
"29.11.2016 17:25:00" Timeline Photos Alaska is warming about twice as fast as the rest of the U.S. This village is one of at least 31 communities there facing imminent destruction. http://nyti.ms/2fI0p61
Photo: Josh Haner/The New York Times
"29.11.2016 16:58:45" nytimes.com Facebook Shouldn't Fact-Check It's dangerous to promise that a social network will vet what's true. "I'm not comfortable trusting the truth to one gatekeeper that has a mission and a fiduciary duty to increase advertising revenue," Jessica E. Lessin writes in The New York Times Opinion Section
"29.11.2016 16:25:38" nytimes.com Veterans to Serve as 'Human Shields' for Dakota Pipeline Protesters A group called Veterans Stand for Standing Rock planned a nonviolent intervention to defend demonstrators from the police, organizers said. As many as 2,000 veterans from diverse backgrounds planned to serve as human shields. “We have every age, we have every war.”
"29.11.2016 15:55:00" nytimes.com Threats of an Anti-Muslim Holocaust This Week in Hate tracks hate crimes and harassment around the country since the election of Donald Trump. These hate crimes and incidents of harassment were all reported in the last 2 weeks. Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"29.11.2016 15:25:00" nytimes.com Great Barrier Reef Hit by Worst Coral Die-Off on Record, Scientists Say About two-thirds of the shallow-water coral on the reef's previously pristine, 430-mile northern stretch was dead, researchers reported. About two-thirds of the shallow-water coral on the reef's northern stretch is dead, the scientists said.
"29.11.2016 15:12:04" Mohammad Hamzah Khan was recently sentenced to 40 months in prison for attempting to fly to Syria to join ISIS. NYT journalist Nilo Tabrizy is live with Dr. George Xenakis, the court psychologist who evaluated Hamzah Khan, and Karen J. Greenberg, the
"29.11.2016 14:55:02" nytimes.com Obama's Sacred Duty: Visiting the Wounded at Walter Reed President Obama has visited the military hospital nearly two dozen times, trips that have affected him deeply and that have inspired the injured. Barack Obama rarely talks about his trips to the military hospital, but his aides say that they have affected him deeply.
"29.11.2016 14:25:15" nytimes.com Donald Trump's Agenda: Find a Secretary of State, Tweet Often. The man who will lead the free world could not stop attacking CNN. Donald J. Trump is still deciding who will be his secretary of state. In the meantime, he attacked CNN on Twitter.
"29.11.2016 13:55:01" nytimes.com Dear President-Elect Trump: Here's How to Fix Your Conflict-of-Interest Problem Consider hiring a corporate monitor, an independent overseer who will issue regular public reports about any possible instances of conflicts. We have just the person for you. "Voluntarily agree to hire what is known as a 'corporate monitor,' " Andrew Ross Sorkin advises Donald J. Trump.
"29.11.2016 13:25:01" nytimes.com Challenging the Boss in Public? For Kellyanne Conway, It's Part of the Job “When he's upset with someone, they know it,” Ms. Conway said in a telephone interview Kellyanne Conway's criticism of Mitt Romney was expected to draw fury from Donald J. Trump. But she is not a typical aide.
"29.11.2016 12:59:47" nytimes.com Could Trump Really Deport Millions of Illegal Immigrants? What Mr. Trump proposes is much larger than Eisenhower's deportation program, which was controversial at the time. A look at Donald J. Trump's deportation plan.
"29.11.2016 12:25:00" Timeline Photos Thousands of nuns and monks live and study in Larung Gar, a monastic camp in China's Sichuan Province. Chinese officials are tightening control over the settlement. http://nyti.ms/2gBrxo0
Photo: Gilles Sabrié for The New York Times
"29.11.2016 11:55:00" nytimes.com A Wrenching Choice for Alaska Towns in the Path of Climate Change What are the dozens of villages at imminent risk of destruction to do? Alaska is warming about twice as fast as the rest of the U.S. We visited a coastal village facing destruction.
"29.11.2016 11:30:01" nytimes.com Your Tuesday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Daily Briefing: Here's what you need to know today.
"29.11.2016 10:55:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump Faces Obstacles to Resuming Waterboarding Federal law, international pressure and resistance from inside the C.I.A. stand in the way of Donald J. Trump using brutal interrogation tactics. If Donald J. Trump moves ahead to fulfill his campaign pledge, it will not be easy.
"29.11.2016 10:25:00" nytimes.com How Stable Are Democracies? Mr. Mounk, a lecturer in government at Harvard, has spent the past few years challenging one of the bedrock assumptions of Western politics. New research suggests that Western democracy may be seriously ill.
"29.11.2016 09:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Threatens to Roll Back Obama's Cuba Policy In a post on Twitter, he said he would “terminate” the pact President Obama made if Cuba is unwilling to make “a better deal for the Cuban people.” Rolling back President Obama's Cuba policy is "not as simple as one tweet might make it seem."
"29.11.2016 09:25:01" nytimes.com In India, Black Money Makes for Bad Policy Demonetization will put only a temporary dent in corruption, if even that, and it may rock the entire economy. "Demonetization is mostly hurting people who aren't its intended targets." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"29.11.2016 08:55:00" nytimes.com What Not to Say to a Cancer Patient Shopping for groceries or walking the dog can be more helpful than offering false optimism. What do you think is the most commonly asked question of a person who has, or has had, cancer? If you guessed, “How are you?” you got it right.
"29.11.2016 08:20:34" nytimes.com Plane Carrying a Brazilian Soccer Team Crashes in Colombia An aircraft with 81 people on board crashed on its way to Medellín, Colombia. Breaking News: A plane carrying 81 people, including members of a Brazilian soccer club, crashed in Colombia. There are as many as 6 survivors.
"29.11.2016 07:55:01" nytimes.com A Forgotten Step in Saving African Wildlife: Protecting the Rangers Many park personnel, responsible for fending off poachers, go without basic necessities like boots, tents and health insurance. Some groups are trying to change that. Over 10 years, more than 1,000 rangers were killed protecting wildlife. There is little reward for their sacrifice.
"29.11.2016 07:25:00" nytimes.com France Returns 16th-Century Portrait to Descendants of Jewish Couple The painting's owners, Henry and Hertha Bromberg, sold the work in Paris in 1938 as they fled Nazi Germany; it was returned to their grandchildren. The painting's owners, Henry and Hertha Bromberg, sold the work in Paris in 1938 as they fled Nazi Germany; it was returned to their grandchildren.
"29.11.2016 06:55:00" Cubans lined up to pay their respects to Fidel Castro during the country's period of mourning: "I'd like it to have been me instead of him."
"29.11.2016 06:31:00" nytimes.com Plane Carrying Soccer Team From Brazil Crashes in Colombia A chartered aircraft carrying a Brazilian soccer team to Colombia for a regional tournament final has crashed on its way to Medellin's international airport, officials said Tuesday. A chartered aircraft carrying a Brazilian soccer team to Colombia for a regional tournament final has crashed.
(This is a developing story. We'll continue to provide updates as they become available.)
"29.11.2016 06:12:49" nytimes.com Park Geun-hye, Embattled South Korean President, Says She's Willing to Resign Ms. Park, whose administration has been embroiled in a corruption scandal, said she would let the National Assembly decide when she should step down. Breaking News: South Korea's president, 박근혜 Park Geun-Hye, facing an impeachment vote, says she is willing to resign before her term ends.
"29.11.2016 05:55:00" nytimes.com Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Talks Beauty, Femininity and Feminism The award-winning author, most recently of “Americanah,” is now the face of No7, the makeup brand owned by the pharmacy chain Boots. "Originality is a beautiful thing." — Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (via The New York Times Styles)
"29.11.2016 05:35:01" nytimes.com American Dreamers Stories from young immigrants who were spared from deportation and permitted to work during the Obama administration, but whose status is now in jeopardy. These young immigrants have been spared from deportation. Read their stories, and share yours. (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"29.11.2016 05:10:00" Sandboarding in Peru Peruvian teenagers dream of snowboarding. The only problem: They don't have any snow.
Watch to see how they make do.
"29.11.2016 04:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Midnight Pasta With Garlic, Anchovy, Capers and Red Pepper Recipe There's something about pasta, cooked properly, that trumps all the other possibilities And the smell of pasta boiling is a heady cheap thrill With a few basic staple pantry items, a true feast can be ready in minutes Nightcap?
"29.11.2016 04:42:43" nytimes.com Artists Lay Their Fears at Ivanka Trump's Door Well-known artists staged an orderly protest outside the Puck Building, where Ivanka Trump resides, expressing objections to her father's policies. “I don't think we have any real illusions that she's going to become a champion for any of the things we care about ... But it's a way to start something, a first action of what we hope is going to become a much bigger movement.”
"29.11.2016 04:25:00" nytimes.com Trump Officially Wins Michigan Amid Calls for a Recount Donald J. Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the state by 10,704 votes, or less than a quarter of a percentage point, according to official figures. Donald J. Trump defeated Hillary Clinton by 10,704 votes in Michigan, or less than a quarter of a percentage point.
"29.11.2016 03:55:00" nytimes.com 'Serious Voter Fraud'? Um, No There are many reasons Donald J. Trump's claim doesn't withstand scrutiny. Um, no. (via The Upshot)
"29.11.2016 03:40:00" nytimes.com 'Born a Crime,' Trevor Noah's Raw Account of Life Under Apartheid His memoir provides a harrowing look, through the prism of Mr. Noah's family, at life in South Africa under apartheid, and the country's entry into a postapartheid era. Trevor Noah's "Born a Crime" is not just an unnerving account of growing up in South Africa under apartheid, but a love letter to his remarkable mother. (via The New York Times Books)
"29.11.2016 03:25:00" Timeline Photos A closer look at Donald J. Trump's global reach: His companies have operations in at least 20 countries.
Read more: http://nyti.ms/2fYXDdI
"29.11.2016 02:55:01" nytimes.com As Push for Recount Advances, Clinton Supporters Hope and Trump Vents Though reversing Donald J. Trump's Electoral College majority is a long shot, a move to challenge the election results is advancing. A push to challenge the vote in 3 states is advancing.
"29.11.2016 02:40:00" nytimes.com 'Hamilton' Hits a New High: The Most Money Grossed in a Week on Broadway “Hamilton” is the first Broadway show ever to gross more than $3 million for an eight-performance week. Thanksgiving week was the best yet for "Hamilton: An American Musical": it grossed $3.3 million, a new Broadway record.
"29.11.2016 02:25:00" nytimes.com Betsy DeVos and the Wrong Way to Fix Schools Donald Trump's choice for education secretary was an architect of school reforms in Michigan. The results were terrible. "As one of the architects of Detroit's charter school system, Betsy DeVos is partly responsible for what even charter advocates acknowledge is the biggest school reform disaster in the country," Douglas Harris writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"29.11.2016 01:56:34" nytimes.com Tom Price, Obamacare Critic, Is Said to Be Trump Selection for Health Secretary The six-term Republican congressman from Georgia has led opposition to the Affordable Care Act. Rep. Tom Price is said to be Donald J. Trump's pick for health secretary. He has been a vocal critic of Obamacare.
"29.11.2016 01:40:01" Timeline Photos A crowd of students gathered at the University of Havana on Monday before a march in memory of Fidel Castro.
Photo: Mauricio Lima for The New York Times
"29.11.2016 01:25:01" nytimes.com Donald Trump's Lies About the Popular Vote The president-elect, feeling threatened by Hillary Clinton's big popular-vote margin, is spreading a lie that millions of people voted illegally. "Donald J. Trump, threatened by Hillary Clinton's big popular-vote lead, is spreading lies that millions of people voted illegally," the Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"29.11.2016 00:55:00" Japanese Rink Closed After Fish Display A Japanese theme park froze 5,000 fish beneath its ice rink in an attempt to lure skaters. It appalled them instead.
"29.11.2016 00:40:00" nytimes.com NYT Watching Recommendation of the Day: 'Happy Valley' In the modest Northern metropolis of West Yorkshire, police Sgt. Catherine Cawood finds herself pursuing cases that have ties to her own troubled past. If you love bleak crime shows, NYT Watching recommends the ironically-titled “Happy Valley.”
"29.11.2016 00:25:01" nytimes.com Cities Vow to Fight Trump on Immigration, Even if They Lose Millions Officials in what are known as sanctuary cities say they will act as a bulwark against mass deportations, even at the risk of losing federal money for local services. Officials in U.S. sanctuary cities are gearing up to defy Donald J. Trump on immigration.
"28.11.2016 23:55:00" nytimes.com 'Trump Effect' Is Already Shaping Events Around the World Donald J. Trump's election is influencing markets, currencies and government policies as the world bets on how he will rewrite international rules. An Israeli security firm's stock soars. Mexico's currency tumbles. Who else is winning and losing?
"28.11.2016 23:25:01" well.blogs.nytimes.com Why Do I Gain Weight When I Exercise? Starting to exercise often means we eat more and move less than we did before. You asked, we answered: "Why do I tend to gain weight when I exercise and lose weight when I barely move?"
"28.11.2016 22:55:01" nytimes.com Notable Children's Books of 2016 The best in picture books, middle grade and young adult fiction and nonfiction, selected by the children's books editor of The New York Times Book Review. The best children's books of the year. (via The New York Times Books)
"28.11.2016 22:20:00" nytimes.com A Child Forged in Loss and Fury, in a City Far From Havana A reporter born after her family was exiled from Cuba reflects on growing up in Miami, in Fidel Castro's shadow. "He was a version of the boogeyman and, even 220 miles away, he was impossible to escape."
"28.11.2016 22:00:00" Floating Across the Mexico Border A ferry in a small Texas town has been offering trips to and from Mexico for decades. Take a ride across the Rio Grande.
"28.11.2016 21:40:00" nytimes.com Lawsuit Aims to Hold 2 Contractors Accountable for C.I.A. Torture The suit, filed by two former detainees in C.I.A. secret prisons and the representative of a third who died in custody, centers on two psychologists. They were tortured in CIA secret prisons. Now they want justice.
"28.11.2016 21:20:00" nytimes.com Divisions in My Dorm Room Liberals and conservatives, on campus and off, have spent too much time in their own political bubbles. "If we see one another not as a Clinton supporter or a Trump supporter, but as human, perhaps we can discover empathy in the troubled nation in which we exist."
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"28.11.2016 21:00:00" nytimes.com Jimmy Carter: America Must Recognize Palestine The two-state solution is on life support, but there is one thing Obama can do to keep the hope of a peace deal alive. "I fear for the spirit of Camp David," President Jimmy Carter writes in The New York Times Opinion Section. "We must not squander this chance."
"28.11.2016 20:40:00" Suspect Killed in Attack at Ohio State "He exited the vehicle and used a butcher knife to start cutting pedestrians," The Ohio State University police chief said.
Read our story: http://nyti.ms/2fu8K1W
"28.11.2016 20:20:00" nytimes.com Delta Air Lines Bans Trump Supporter for Life After 'Rude' Remarks The man shouted anti-Hillary Clinton comments at fellow passengers on a flight from Atlanta this month, the airline said. "He will never again be allowed on a Delta plane,” the airline's chief executive said.
"28.11.2016 20:10:00" nytimes.com 'The Walking Dead' Recap: Hey Look, Another New Group! It was fringe character week, as we left the main group behind entirely to spend an hour with Tara and Heath. Our "The Walking Dead" recapper wants to know: Where would you set your ideal post-apocalyptic settlement? (Spoilers ahead for the most recent episode.)
"28.11.2016 20:00:01" nytimes.com California Today: Fretting Over the 'Netflix Tax' Monday: Cities mull a tax on video streaming services, sanctuary cities vow to fight Donald J. Trump on immigration, and a look back at a rebellion for California secession. Dozens of California cities are considering a new way to raise revenue — taxing your "Gilmore Girls" binge.
"28.11.2016 19:50:00" nytimes.com 'The Affair' Season 3, Episode 2: Helen, Alison and Furkat “The Affair” got back to multistranded business as usual following its Noah-centric season premiere. Our recapper's choice for line of the week on "The Affair": “There's something deeply wrong with you.”
"28.11.2016 19:40:00" nytimes.com N.B.A. Schedule: Here's What to Watch This Week In an exciting television doubleheader on Thursday night, the Rockets visit the Warriors after the Clippers visit the Cavaliers. Triple-doubles, about the coolest achievement that a basketball player can notch on offense, have gone through the roof. Here's why.
"28.11.2016 19:15:45" nytimes.com Offshoring the Future of Housing Koen Olthuis, a Dutch architect, has built more than 200 floating homes and offices, and says the concept is a solution to rising sea levels. Rising sea levels are threatening waterside construction. One man has been busy working on a solution: floating homes and offices.
"28.11.2016 19:04:24" World Chess Championship Who will win the World Chess Championship and take home the $1 million prize? Join us for the kick-off of the final game between Norwegian Magnus Carlsen and Russian Sergey Karjakin. Share your thoughts in the comments and read more on the match in this
"28.11.2016 18:47:00" nytimes.com Holocaust-Themed Ice Dance in Russia Draws Condemnation The televised act, performed by Tatiana Navka, a skater married to an aide of President Vladimir V. Putin, was based on the film “Life Is Beautiful.” The skaters were dressed as concentration camp inmates, each wearing a striped uniform with the yellow Star of David sewn on.
"28.11.2016 18:24:00" nytimes.com California Official Says Trump's Claim of Voter Fraud Is 'Absurd' Alex Padilla, the secretary of state in California, replied to Mr. Trump's allegation on Twitter, saying claims of “voter fraud in California and elsewhere are absurd.” California's top election official called Donald J. Trump's tweets "inappropriate and unbecoming of a president-elect.”
"28.11.2016 18:10:01" nytimes.com 'Westworld' Season 1, Episode 9 Recap: You Broke My Mind Maeve continues to move forward while everyone else moves inward. If you're watching "Westworld," what did you think of the most recent episode? (Spoilers ahead.)
"28.11.2016 18:00:00" nytimes.com Afghan Vice President Seen Abducting Rival The vice president, Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum, is accused of having a political rival beaten “in a barbaric way” at a sporting event, before kidnapping him. For more than 2 days, the vice president of Afghanistan has held a political rival hostage in one of his properties.
"28.11.2016 17:40:01" nytimes.com CNN Brings In the Social App Beme to Cultivate a Millennial Audience The cable news network will shut down the social media app and absorb its 12 employees, who will work to persuade younger, more skeptical viewers to tune in. CNN is bringing Casey Neistat — and, it hopes, his youthful audience — in-house.
"28.11.2016 17:25:00" nytimes.com Germany Gleefully Leads List of World's Top Recyclers According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germans sort 65 percent of their waste into an array of color-coded bins. Germans are the world's recycling champions. South Koreans come in second.
"28.11.2016 17:10:01" nytimes.com Professor Watchlist Is Seen as Threat to Academic Freedom The new website names nearly 200 professors who it says “advance a radical agenda in lecture halls.” A new website that accuses nearly 200 college professors of advancing "leftist propaganda in the classroom" and discriminating against conservative students has been criticized as a threat to academic freedom.
"28.11.2016 16:47:21" nytimes.com Syrians in Besieged Aleppo Flee Government Forces' Advance Government forces and Kurdish fighters drove rebel fighters out of part of their section of the city and sent thousands of people fleeing for their lives. “The problem today, in this moment, is not water and food. We are threatened with slaughtering,” one local council member said.
"28.11.2016 16:42:24" Nicholas Kristof Catching up on Trump claims of voter fraud, on recounts, and on what I found in a women's jail-- the failure of mass incarceration Nicholas Kristof discusses Donald J. Trump's claims of voter fraud, Fidel Castro's death and his latest column about a visit to a woman's jail in Tulsa, Okla., to examine mass incarceration.
"28.11.2016 16:07:33" nytimes.com 8 Reported Injured After Shooter Alert at Ohio State University The shooting was reported in Watts Hall, a building at the heart of the university's sprawling Columbus campus that houses materials science and engineering programs. At least 8 people were taken to the hospital after an “active shooter” was reported at The Ohio State University, Columbus Fire Department officials say.
"28.11.2016 15:55:00" nytimes.com Where the Police Protect Venus Flytraps North Carolina is more aggressively protecting the plants, which grow in the wild only in a 75-mile radius near Wilmington, as fears of extinction increase. "If we don't do something now, it's going to be extinct."
"28.11.2016 15:45:04" nytimes.com Dylann Roof to Represent Himself at Trial in Charleston Church Shootings A federal judge called the request by Mr. Roof “strategically unwise,” but allowed him to have a lawyer present as backup. A federal judge called his request “strategically unwise."
"28.11.2016 15:25:00" nytimes.com The G.O.P. and Health Care Chaos What will happen if President-elect Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress carry out their pledge to repeal the Affordable Care Act, the 2010 health reform law? Donald J. Trump and Republicans in Congress want to repeal the Affordable Care Act, but they have no good ideas for replacing it, the Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"28.11.2016 14:55:00" nytimes.com Which Language Uses the Most Sounds? Click 5 Times for the Answer Languages that use clicks can pack a lot of information into brief words. !Xoon, a "click" language spoken in the Kalahari Desert, is believed to have the largest sound inventory of any language in the world.
"28.11.2016 14:25:00" nytimes.com Trump's Promises Will Be Hard to Keep, but Coal Country Has Faith Though experts say out-of-work miners are likely to be disappointed by Donald J. Trump's economic plans, his supporters in West Virginia believe he can bring jobs back. "I think we're headed in the right direction," said a man who lost his job at a coal company last year. "He wants to make America great again."
"28.11.2016 13:55:00" nytimes.com Fidel Castro's Sister, an Outspoken Critic, Takes No Joy in His Death Juanita Castro, who fled Cuba decades ago and became a vocal critic of her brother's regime, expressed disdain for those who rejoiced over his death. "I forgive everybody, including my brother," Juanita Castro said.
"28.11.2016 13:25:00" nytimes.com A Guide to White House North The Manhattan White House of Donald J. Trump is in the center of one of the busiest and richest urban corridors in the world. Donald J. Trump's protection during visits to Trump Tower presents challenges unlike those of any previous president.
"28.11.2016 12:55:00" nytimes.com 'Aquarium on Ice,' a Lure for Skaters in Japan, Appalls Them Instead A public furor broke out on social media, with many accusing the amusement park of cruelty to animals. A Japanese theme park tried to draw visitors by freezing 5,000 fish beneath its ice rink.
"28.11.2016 12:28:00" nytimes.com The Little Fidel in All of Us After all the headlines and the shouting, after all the calls from all the places we Cubans have been scattered, this is what haunts us. Fidel Castro "took all of our destinies and redesigned them," writes Achy Obejas in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"28.11.2016 11:57:00" nytimes.com Nintendo's New Console May Feed Your Nostalgia, if You Can Get One The trip down memory lane isn't without headaches. Nintendo's NES Classic Edition has become one of the hottest gift items of the year.
"28.11.2016 11:30:00" 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.
"28.11.2016 10:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Has Serious Decisions to Make (but First, a Twitter Rant) Mr. Trump was widely criticized for baseless claims of voter fraud, and one of his advisers publicly denounced Mitt Romney, a contender to lead the State Department. The response to Donald J. Trump's Twitter rant, from Democrats and Republicans, has not been kind.
"28.11.2016 10:26:27" nytimes.com Why Corruption Matters It's not the money, it's the incentives. "Foreign governments are already trying to buy influence by adding to Mr. Trump's personal wealth, and he is welcoming their efforts," Paul Krugman writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"28.11.2016 09:55:00" nytimes.com Under Fidel Castro, Sport Symbolized Cuba's Strength and Vulnerability About 95 percent of Cubans have participated in some form of organized sport or exercise. Success in baseball and boxing helped give Fidel Castro grounds to taunt and defy the U.S., but also exposed financial problems.
"28.11.2016 08:55:01" nytimes.com François Fillon Wins Center-Right Nomination for French Presidency Mr. Fillon, with his themes of restoring France's identity and national greatness and his tough language on immigrants and Islam, has been making a clear play for Ms. Le Pen's voters. François Fillon, a former prime minister who pledged to limit immigration and control Islam, handily defeated Alain Juppé.
"28.11.2016 08:25:00" nytimes.com To Save Punk's Soul, Possible Mementos of the Era Burn on the Thames Joe Corré, son of the Sex Pistols's former manager, set fire to music memorabilia to protest Punk London, an event he considers too mainstream. The message of this bonfire? "Punk has become another marketing tool."
"28.11.2016 07:55:00" nytimes.com Actually, Let's Not Be in the Moment Mindfulness is supposed to ease the stress of modern life, not add to it. Mindfulness is "a special circle of self-improvement hell, striving not just for a Pinterest-worthy home, but a Pinterest-worthy mind."
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"28.11.2016 06:55:00" nytimes.com London Bridges Are Lighting Up The “Illuminated River” project aims to transform the Thames into a glowing spectacle. 6 teams of lighting designers, architects and artists reimagine London's bridges. Their ideas would bring "light, energy, beauty, commerce, at the flick of a switch."
"28.11.2016 05:55:00" nytimes.com An Ice Sheet the Size of New Mexico Hidden in Martian Crater For decades, the region looked intriguing because of polygonal cracking and scalloped depressions in the landscape. The ice sheet could be an inviting destination for future explorers.
"28.11.2016 04:55:00" nytimes.com How Could You? 19 Questions to Ask Loved Ones Who Voted the Other Way A guide to facilitate conversation between Trump voters and Clinton voters. Did you ask any of these questions over the Thanksgiving holiday? We would like to hear from Donald J. Trump supporters on how conversations about the election went. Your comments may be used in an upcoming story.
"28.11.2016 04:25:00" nytimes.com South Korean Leader Digs In Against Rising Calls for Impeachment A bizarre scandal and an escalating backlash could make President Park Geun-hye the first South Korean leader to be removed from office since 1979. President 박근혜 Park Geun-Hye is facing impeachment and prosecution over allegations of corruption and influence-peddling. One of her advisers is being likened to Rasputin by South Korean news media.
"28.11.2016 03:55:00" nytimes.com Trump Won. Still Moving to Canada? Also, when blended families are too big to blend in one house, and revisiting holiday food clashes. "Unfortunately, before the election, I threatened to move to Canada if Trump won. Cut to: Trump won, and I have no plans to move."
"28.11.2016 02:55:01" nytimes.com Has a Start-Up Found the Secret to Farming the Elusive Truffle? The American Truffle Company has a new technique that it says can expand the range of the Perigord truffle in North America, but success is proving costly. Black Perigords can sell for anywhere from $600 to $1,200 a pound.
"28.11.2016 02:25:00" nytimes.com At World Chess Championship, Familiar Overtones of East-West Politics A Russian and a Norwegian are battling in a contest that is once again taking place during escalating tensions among Russia, the United States and Western Europe. A Cold War battle has been playing out in New York City for the last 3 weeks, in a soundproof glass chamber watched by partisans around the world.
"28.11.2016 01:55:00" nytimes.com Raising 5 Sons Alone, 3 With Autism, Takes a Toll on a Mother's Body Melissa Ferrer, 33, loses her hair in clumps from the stress of caring for her children, all of whom have spent portions of their childhoods in New York City's shelter system. “I might look 33, but I'll tell you one thing, inside my body, I don't feel 33. I feel like I'm 70 years old.”
"28.11.2016 01:25:00" nytimes.com Owner of a Brooklyn Brownstone From 'Crooklyn' Sees Herself Caught in Airbnb Crossfire Liz Mandarano, the owner of the brownstone that was the backdrop for Spike Lee's film, believes she's being unfairly targeted. But the city said her building violated the housing code. The brownstone was the backdrop for Spike Lee's film "Crooklyn." Now it is part of New York's battle over Airbnb — even though the owner says she doesn't list her $195-a-night-and-up accommodations on the site.
"28.11.2016 00:25:00" The Uncertain Legacy of Fidel Castro Cuba, which has long played an outsize role in world politics, faces an uncertain future after the death of Fidel Castro, an icon of the revolutionary left.
"27.11.2016 23:55:00" nytimes.com Erykah Badu's Beautiful Braids Take Time The host of the Soul Train Awards settles in for six hours of conversation, music and hair rejuvenation. What it's like to spend the evening braiding hair with Erykah Badu, singer and the host of the Soul Train Awards on BET.
"27.11.2016 23:42:16" Timeline Photos President-elect Donald J. Trump's explanation for falling short in the popular vote?
Millions of people had voted illegally, he tweeted. He leveled his claim — with no evidence — as part of a storm of Twitter posts voicing anger about a 3-state recount
"27.11.2016 23:25:00" cooking.nytimes.com No More Thanksgiving No More Thanksgiving is a group of recipes collected by the editors of NYT Cooking 21 easy, healthy recipes, and not a turkey or cranberry in sight. (via The New York Times Food)
"27.11.2016 22:42:22" nytimes.com Combative, Populist Steve Bannon Found His Man in Donald Trump Mr. Bannon courted politicians who share his dark, populist worldview of a ruling class preying on working Americans and “the Judeo-Christian West” in a “war against Islamic fascism.” Before Steve Bannon was Donald J. Trump's chief White House strategist, he was a U.S. Navy officer, an investment banker, a Hollywood dealmaker and a media entrepreneur. So how did he come to view the political and financial elites as his archenemy?
"27.11.2016 22:25:00" nytimes.com From Putin's Hands: A Russian Passport for Steven Seagal President Vladimir V. Putin personally handed the document on Friday to the action film star, who received Russian citizenship earlier this month. Steven Seagal is now a Russian citizen and has the passport to prove it.
"27.11.2016 21:55:00" nytimes.com Reflections on True Friendship Technology has made cultivating relationships easier, but also shallower. Was friendship better before you had 1,500 "friends" on Facebook?
"27.11.2016 21:40:00" nytimes.com Obama Expands War With Al Qaeda to Include Shabab in Somalia The administration's move to stretch a 2001 war authorization will strengthen Donald J. Trump's authority to combat thousands of Somali militants, and has drawn objections from some experts. The move will strengthen Donald J. Trump's authority to combat thousands of Islamist fighters in the chaotic Horn of Africa nation.
"27.11.2016 21:25:00" nytimes.com The Pretend Populism of Donald Trump The “blue-collar billionaire” is looking plenty regal so far. For all of Donald J. Trump's talk "about 'draining the swamp' of Washington, the water level looks fine, the mosquitoes seem unworried and the gators remain plentiful," writes Frank Bruni in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"27.11.2016 20:50:00" nytimes.com Catfishing Strangers to Find Myself A young boy in Finland pretends he's a woman on an online gaming website to get the attention of other players. Then the game changes. Using Pamela Anderson's age and some of her defining features to create his new persona, he logged in to the chat room as "CharlottaDD35." Then the messages came pouring in. (via The New York Times - Modern Love)
"27.11.2016 20:30:00" nytimes.com Stepping Out on Faith, a Blind Man Counts His Blessings Leroy Bracey's eyesight has slowly deteriorated over the years, but the 49-year-old, who is now homeless, continues to seek employment and daily spiritual encouragement. He's had close calls with cars, even more with bicycles, only to be saved by the blaring of horns or screeching of tires.
"27.11.2016 20:10:00" nytimes.com Potential Conflicts Around the Globe for Trump, the Businessman President In many of the president-elect's international development ventures, his business partners have close ties to foreign governments. Donald J. Trump's companies have operations in at least 20 countries. Here's a closer look at, and readers' reactions to, his global reach.
"27.11.2016 19:50:00" A Kitten Nursery 2 rooms, 300 kittens.
On the Upper East Side of Manhattan, caregivers tend to newborn orphans around the clock. The orphans happen to be kittens. Read more about these : http://nyti.ms/2gkHKij
"27.11.2016 19:30:00" nytimes.com Election Therapy From My Basket of Deplorables I had an unyielding week, scolded by Donald Trump at The Times and my conservative family at Thanksgiving. Maureen Dowd, on her Thanksgiving: There was Trump champagne, and "my little basket of deplorables, as I call my conservative family, gloated with Trump toasts galore."
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"27.11.2016 19:10:00" nytimes.com Solving a Mystery Behind the Deadly 'Tsunami of Molasses' of 1919 Researchers say they have figured out a piece of the puzzle of why a 2.3 million-gallon spill of molasses from a storage tank in Boston was so deadly, killing 21 people and destroying buildings. In 1919, 2.3 million gallons of molasses burst from a tank in Boston, killing 21 people and destroying buildings. Scientists say they now know why it happened.
"27.11.2016 18:50:00" nytimes.com Why Not Smart Guns in This High-Tech Era? The technology exists to prevent children from firing guns, but under gun lobby pressure, the industry has not used it. This prototype of a handgun has a fingerprint reader built into the grip.
The Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section: "How many lives might be saved if guns were equipped with fingerprint scanners, radio frequency chips or other
"27.11.2016 18:30:00" nytimes.com Viewing Fidel Castro's Revolution: 50 Years. Three Generations. One Family. The clash of emotions common in Cuban families is reflected in a grandfather's loyalty to Mr. Castro and a granddaughter's glum view of conditions in her country. Many families were personally touched by Fidel Castro and his policies. Here's one: 3 generations; 3 perspectives.
"27.11.2016 18:07:05" nytimes.com Trump Adviser Steps Up Searing Attack on Romney “We don't even know if he voted for Donald Trump,” Kellyanne Conway said of Mitt Romney, a possible secretary of state. Mr. Trump, meanwhile, condemned recount efforts in three states. Kellyanne Conway, a top adviser to Donald J. Trump, accused Mitt Romney of having gone "out of his way to hurt" the president-elect during the primaries. Romney is a contender for secretary of state.
"27.11.2016 17:50:00" Little Havana reacts to Fidel Castro's death Hundreds of Cuban-Americans took to the streets of Miami on Saturday night to celebrate the death of Fidel Castro, who had ruled Cuba for nearly half a century.
"27.11.2016 17:28:39" nytimes.com More Than Coffee: New York's Vanishing Diner Culture With the number of restaurants that call themselves diners and coffee shops dwindling in the city, a devotee wonders how New Yorkers will get along without these antidotes to urban loneliness. The best days of the New York City diner appear to be over.
"27.11.2016 16:55:00" A striking vegetable dish worthy of the spotlight.
Get the full recipe from The New York Times Food: http://nyti.ms/2gC1IIz
"27.11.2016 16:30:01" nytimes.com Oldest Living Yoga Celebrity Tells All “She said they helped elevate her consciousness,” a photographer says of the high heels preferred by Täo Porchon-Lynch. Her age? She's 98.
"27.11.2016 16:10:01" nytimes.com The Thin Gene The body of a woman whose mutation keeps her on the brink of starvation may hold the secret to treating obesity. After just about an hour without food, she begins to starve. Her body may hold the clues to a lifesaving treatment for millions of people with obesity and diabetes.
Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"27.11.2016 15:50:00" nytimes.com Justin Trudeau Criticized for Praising Fidel Castro as 'Remarkable Leader' The Canadian prime minister's statement on the Cuban leader's death was condemned by political observers in both the United States and Canada. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made an unusually warm statement on the death of the Cuban dictator.
"27.11.2016 15:25:00" nytimes.com Why I Left White Nationalism I grew up in a family that embraced extreme views. I've moved on. The country can, too. He was once considered the bright future of the white nationalist movement. Then he left it.
Read his story in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"27.11.2016 15:05:58" nytimes.com Subdued Cuba Prepares Memorial for Castro A two-day memorial and a period of “Duelo Nacional,” or national pain, will offer Cubans a chance to pay their respects to the longtime leader. Cuba is preparing for Fidel Castro's final public appearance: a 2-day memorial offering Cubans a chance to pay their respects.
"27.11.2016 14:55:01" cooking.nytimes.com Old-Fashioned Beef Stew Recipe This classic, stick-to-your-ribs stew is the ideal project for a chilly weekend Beef, onion, carrots, potatoes and red wine come together in perfect, cozy harmony If you feeding a crowd, good news: it doubles (or triples) beautifully. A classic that sticks to your ribs. (via The New York Times Food)
"27.11.2016 13:55:00" nytimes.com A Donald Trump-Led Trip Back to the Gold-Plated '80s The wealth culture of today, in contrast to the excesses of the 1980s, emphasizes staying under the radar. The election of Mr. Trump could change that. The American wealthy are about to enjoy a giant back-to-the-1980s party, hosted by the new billionaire in chief, Donald J. Trump.
"27.11.2016 12:25:00" nytimes.com How to Be Mindful at Airport Security Long, slow-moving lines don't have to be a time for anxiety. Long lines at the airport? Try these meditation exercises.
"27.11.2016 10:55:01" nytimes.com The Art of the Protest If Americans hate the direction their next president takes, they have the right to demonstrate peacefully. Here's how protesting has succeeded. Protests can change policies — and often have. (via The New York Times Opinion Section)
"27.11.2016 09:55:01" nytimes.com Cheesy Mashed Potatoes for the Soul When times are tough, nerves can be soothed by aligot. This recipe calls for tomme fraîche, but really, any cheese that melts will do.
"27.11.2016 08:25:00" nytimes.com One City. Two Soccer Clubs Split by War. Depending whom you ask, either KF Trepca or FK Trepca is the rightful owner of the decades of soccer history that came before war tore apart the former Yugoslavia. The players all grew up through the Kosovo war. Few of them can imagine when the two teams might ever play together again.
"27.11.2016 06:55:02" nytimes.com Finger Pointed at Russians in Alleged Coup Plot in Montenegro A detained mercenary become a key informant in an investigation into an alleged plot orchestrated by two Russians to seize Montenegro's Parliament building last month and kill the prime minister. A detained mercenary is spilling his guts on what he says were efforts to sow mayhem in the Balkans and undermine NATO.
"27.11.2016 05:25:02" nytimes.com Girl Power? For Lara Croft, It's a Complicated Legacy She remains a polarizing figure among gamers, a paradox regarded as either a digital pinup girl or a feminist role model — or sometimes both. After 20 years of Tomb Raider, Lara Croft is still a polarizing figure among gamers.
"27.11.2016 04:40:00" nytimes.com 'Rogue One,' 'Fantastic Beasts' and the Franchise Challenge In less than three minutes, trailers must make the case for a movie and its overall saga. "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" and "Fantastic Beasts" face a challenge: To get you to the movies, even if you haven't seen every Star Wars or Harry Potter movie.
"27.11.2016 04:25:01" nytimes.com The Playlist: New Songs From Prince and Garth Brooks, if You Can Find Them The first drop from Prince's Vault arrives on a new anthology; plus hear 11 more notable soundtracks, renditions of the national anthem, live sets and more. The new music you should listen to this weekend.
"27.11.2016 03:55:01" nytimes.com Russell Simmons, the Yoga King of Los Angeles The music and entertainment mogul opens a new yoga mecca, Tantris, in West Hollywood, complete with blow-dry stations and an activewear boutique. Russell Simmons, a founder of Def Jam Recordings, is hooked on yoga. At his new studio, he sweats the details.
"27.11.2016 03:25:01" nytimes.com The Privileged Immigrant My Indian family's comfort is built on the work of other immigrants. "Once, during his first year of training, my dad fainted from exhaustion. When he came to, he still had a job, he still had a visa."
Read more from The New York Times Opinion Section.
"27.11.2016 02:25:01" nytimes.com What Is the Color of Beauty? A multibillion-dollar industry of skin-whitening products dominates the West African beauty market, creating a world of mixed messages for the women who live there. They are being told that it is wrong, even illegal, to bleach their skin. At the same time, they're flooded with messages that tell them that white is beautiful.
"27.11.2016 00:55:01" nytimes.com She's the Hollywood Power Behind Those Seeking a Voice The entertainment lawyer Nina L. Shaw is adept at striking deals for those whose mission it is to be both artist and advocate. Lupita Nyong'o calls her "badass." Ava DuVernay says, "She's a big part of my creative process." Meet Nina L. Shaw.
"27.11.2016 00:25:01" nytimes.com Miami's Cuban Exiles Celebrate Castro's Death For many Cuban-Americans, still bitter over the revolution that tore their families from their homes, it was a celebration long in coming. Fidel Castro had died. And Miami's Cuban-American community erupted.
"26.11.2016 23:55:01" nytimes.com How to Be Mindful on an Airplane Arrive at your destination refreshed, relaxed and ready to roll. Flying can provoke anxiety. Here's how to get to a quieter, calmer state.
"26.11.2016 22:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com Lemon and Garlic Chicken With Mushrooms Recipe In this Provençal rendition of pan-cooked chicken breasts, the mushrooms take on and added dimension of flavor as they deglaze the pan with the help of one of their favorite partners, dry white wine A healthful dinner. (via The New York Times Food)
"26.11.2016 22:25:00" nytimes.com A Breakthrough in C-Section History: Beatrice of Bourbon's Survival in 1337 Beatrice, the second wife (and second cousin) of the King of Bohemia, and her baby are believed to be the first mother and child to survive a cesarean section, new research has found. For centuries, C-sections meant certain death for the mother. But then, in Prague in 1337, she survived.
"26.11.2016 21:55:02" nytimes.com For Interracial Couples, Growing Acceptance, With Some Exceptions Five decades after the Loving ruling, intolerance is still sometimes an issue for interracial couples. "So you're getting married? Wow! When did you realize that he wasn't a terrorist?"
"I think what you meant to say was congratulations on your recent engagement."
"26.11.2016 21:25:00" My Three Days with Fidel Castro He interviewed Fidel Castro over 3 days in 1964. Richard Eder, a former New York Times foreign correspondent, recalls what it was like.
Here's our obituary for Fidel Castro: http://nyti.ms/2ggtua8
"26.11.2016 20:55:00" Inside New York's Oldest Boxing Gym Inside the oldest boxing gym in New York, where Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson have trained.
"26.11.2016 20:25:01" nytimes.com Clinton Camp Will Join Push for Wisconsin Ballot Recount It will also join the pursuit of a new count in two other states, though a lawyer said Mrs. Clinton's campaign had seen no actionable evidence of vote hacking. The top lawyer for Hillary Clinton's campaign said it will join Jill Stein's effort to seek a recount in Wisconsin.
"26.11.2016 19:55:00" nytimes.com Potential Conflicts Around the Globe for Trump, the Businessman President In many of the president-elect's international development ventures, his business partners have close ties to foreign governments. “It is uncharted territory": How Donald J. Trump's global business entanglements could shadow his foreign policy.
"26.11.2016 19:25:01" nytimes.com Fate in U.S.-Cuba Thaw Is Less Certain Under Donald Trump The president-elect has been critical of the détente, and sent mixed signals during the campaign about his intentions toward the island nation. Barack Obama worked to open relations with Cuba. Under Donald J. Trump, the fate of that relationship is less certain.
"26.11.2016 18:55:01" nytimes.com As Soda Taxes Gain Wider Acceptance, Your Bottle May Be Next Following successful measures on Election Day, advocates believe more cities will consider them, not just to fight obesity, but also to bring in more money. Coca-Cola and PepsiCo have fought mightily against them. But soda taxes may be coming to a city near you.
"26.11.2016 18:25:00" nytimes.com Officials to Close Standing Rock Protest Campsite Officials say the decision to close the site was made in the interest of public safety. Protesters will be allowed in a “free speech zone.” The Standing Rock protest site will be closed to "protect the general public." Officials plan to create a "free speech zone" instead.
"26.11.2016 17:55:01" nytimes.com U.S. Seeks Death for Charleston Shooting Suspect. Victims' Families Prefer Mercy. Dylann Roof has offered, in exchange for a sentence of life in prison, to plead guilty. The government has refused to make such a plea agreement. In the trial of Dylann Roof, who is accused of killing 9 black churchgoers, no issue is more disputed than the death penalty.
"26.11.2016 17:25:01" nytimes.com Anger Rooms: A Smashing New Way to Relieve Stress The Anger Room in Dallas and other businesses that let people break things to release their rage have gained customers, especially during the election season. For $25, you can crush printers, alarm clocks, glass cups, vases and the like. It's meant to be therapeutic.
"26.11.2016 16:55:01" nytimes.com In Havana, Castro's Death Lays Bare a Generation Gap In hearing about Fidel Castro's death, many older Cubans went into mourning, but younger people were generally indifferent. "In a large portion of the young people, what you will see is apathy."
"26.11.2016 16:25:01" nytimes.com U.S. Officials Defend Integrity of Vote, Despite Hacking Fears Some opponents of Donald J. Trump are seeking recounts in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, states where his margin of victory was extremely thin. The Obama administration: The election results "accurately reflect the will of the American people."
"26.11.2016 15:55:00" nytimes.com Inside a Fake News Factory: 'This Is All About Income' A computer science student in a former Soviet republic found there was money to be made in mixing real and made-up stories, as long as they were pro-Trump. "I did not write to make Trump win . I just wanted to get viewers and make some money."
"26.11.2016 15:25:00" nytimes.com With One Castro Gone, Questions About What the Other Castro Will Do Fidel Castro's death comes at a time of great uncertainty for Cuba, and about how Raúl Castro will steer the country. With Fidel Castro dead, it is now solidly Raúl Castro's Cuba. Will that change life on the island?
"26.11.2016 15:10:01" nytimes.com Castro's Revolution, Illustrated Thousands of posters were commissioned by the government to promote his vision of a socialist society. Over the years, thousands of posters were commissioned by the Cuban government to promote Fidel Castro's vision of a socialist society.
"26.11.2016 14:55:02" nytimes.com The Identity Politics of Whiteness White Americans are starting, once again, to see themselves as a distinct identity group — and to wield power as one. "Racism is a necessary explanation for what happened on Nov. 8, but it is not a sufficient one."
"26.11.2016 13:25:01" nytimes.com Many in Florida Count on Obama's Health Law, Even Amid Talk of Its Demise “I hope it still stays the same,” said Ms. Carmeli, 64, who has Crohn's disease and relies on her insurance to cover frequent doctor's appointments and an array of medications. In a state that Donald J. Trump won, many do not believe he will end a benefit they rely on.
"26.11.2016 12:55:00" cooking.nytimes.com The Best Scrambled Eggs Recipe For silky, outrageously good scrambled eggs, cook them low and slow This method, which Mark Bittman learned from James Beard, is very low and very slow: you place the eggs over very low heat, stirring frequently, breaking up the curds as they form The Outrageously good. (via The New York Times Food)
"26.11.2016 10:55:01" nytimes.com Going Down the Pinterest Rabbit Hole Embark on a home improvement project — or binge-watch HGTV — and you can easily get a little overwhelmed. "The task seemed simple: Choose a medium gray for the shingles with a splash of color for the door. I decided on yellow. What could go wrong?"
"26.11.2016 09:55:00" nytimes.com Land Mine Casualties Jump 75% as Funding for Their Removal Declines An annual report on the treaty banning land mines showed that casualties hit 6,461 last year, a sharp rise from 2014 and the highest level in a decade. There were 6,461 casualties last year — the highest level in a decade.
"26.11.2016 09:25:00" nytimes.com Erdogan Threatens to Let Migrant Flood Into Europe Resume Turkey's president accused the European Union of not keeping its commitments, and he suggested he might allow migrants to cross Turkish borders again. "Look at me — if you go further, those border gates will be open. You should know that," Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said.
"26.11.2016 08:55:00" Timeline Photos Here, Fidel Castro visits a Cuban pilot plot for a new variety of sugar cane in 1964. Even as other Caribbean nations diversified, Cuba stuck with one major crop, sugar, and one major buyer, the Soviet Union. http://nyti.ms/2fybUwL
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"26.11.2016 08:25:00" nytimes.com In Farewell, Fidel Castro Urges Party to Fulfill His Vision While Mr. Castro, 89, seemed to take his leave of the party on Tuesday, others in his cohort signaled their intentions to stay put. "Soon, I will be 90," Fidel Castro told Cuba's Communist Party in April. "Our turn comes to us all, but the ideas of Cuban communism will endure."
"26.11.2016 07:56:00" nytimes.com My Three Days With Fidel Richard Eder, a former New York Times foreign correspondent, recalls when he interviewed Fidel Castro in 1964. "One never spoke or was briefly with Fidel Castro. He did everything at great length and in great display." — Richard Eder, a former foreign correspondent for The New York Times who interviewed Castro in 1964.
"26.11.2016 06:55:01" nytimes.com Shearing Sheep at the End of the World On Isla Grande, gauchos might not see another human for weeks, but around this time each year, they drive their sheep home to ranches for shearing. Life at the end of the world can be lonely. There are very few humans, but thousands of sheep.
"26.11.2016 06:09:23" nytimes.com Fidel Castro, Cuban Revolutionary Who Defied U.S., Dies at 90 Mr. Castro brought the Cold War to the Western Hemisphere, bedeviled 11 American presidents and briefly pushed the world to the brink of nuclear war. Breaking News: Fidel Castro, who brought the Cold War to the Western Hemisphere, bedeviled 11 American presidents and
briefly pushed the world to the brink of nuclear war, has died.
"26.11.2016 05:25:00" nytimes.com Say It Loud: Two New Books Look Back at Black Power The roots of Black Lives Matter in the Black Power movement and the Black Panthers. "Our culture has focused so much attention on the most visible members of the Black Panthers that it has been easy to forget it was a nationwide organization," Rembert Browne writes.
"26.11.2016 04:55:00" nytimes.com Artwork Designed to Be Experienced at Depths of 10 to 40 feet An internationally celebrated video artist has created a work meant to be experienced underwater: three mirror-lined pavilions off the California coast,… The newest public art installation in California is 15 feet underwater.
"26.11.2016 03:25:00" nytimes.com Mothers in Prison Research shows that prison routinely fails at helping women straighten out their lives — although it does mess up their children. "Prison got me sober, but it didn't get me anywhere." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"26.11.2016 02:55:02" nytimes.com Telescope That 'Ate Astronomy' Is on Track to Surpass Hubble After 20 years, the James Webb Space Telescope is now on schedule for a 2018 launch. The very first stars that formed after the Big Bang no longer exist. This $8 billion successor to the Hubble Space Telescope could give us glimpses of them.
"26.11.2016 01:55:00" nytimes.com The Risk with Betsy DeVos Education reform has had some big successes — but the version that DeVos favors has been more worrisome. "Betsy DeVos wants to blow up that system and turn education into more of a free market," David Leonhardt writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"26.11.2016 00:55:00" nytimes.com Lauren Graham's Taste of Tokyo After shopping for sake and snacks, the “Gilmore Girls” star shares sushi, and a love of Japanese culture, with her half sister. It's not every night that you get to share sushi with Lorelai Gil— ahem, Lauren Graham.
"26.11.2016 00:25:00" nytimes.com Paperback Row Seven new paperbacks to check out this week. Here are 7 new paperbacks to check out this week. (via The New York Times Books)
"26.11.2016 00:10:00" nytimes.com A Latina Disney Movie Princess? The Wait Isn't Over “Moana” is a step toward diversifying the world of animated princesses. But it's still exceedingly rare to see dark-skinned heroines in such films. "The issue of diversity in movies for young people is just as important as pushing for inclusion across Hollywood," writes NYT Watching film writer Monica Castillo. "There are many nonwhite women and girls who don't see movie characters who look the way
"25.11.2016 23:55:00" nytimes.com Power Imbalance at the Pipeline Protest President Obama could step in to protect everyone's safety and pressure the sheriff's officers to stand down in North Dakota. "When injustice aligns with cruelty, and heavy weaponry is involved, the results can be shameful and bloody," the Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"25.11.2016 23:25:00" cooking.nytimes.com Turkey Pho Recipe A play on the Vietnamese chicken noodle soup, this clear broth, paired with rice noodles and flavored with charred onions and ginger, star anise, brown sugar and fish sauce, comes served with a platter of fresh garnishes But this is more than your basic Here's an idea for those Thanksgiving leftovers. (via The New York Times Food)
"25.11.2016 22:55:00" nytimes.com Brazil's Surfers Lament Demise of Amazon's Mighty Waves People used to flock to the Araguari River to catch the Pororoca, which once brought waves over five feet high, but surfers last rode it in 2013. What killed the mighty wave coveted by Brazilian surfers in the Amazon rain forest?
"25.11.2016 22:25:00" nytimes.com Hungry Venezuelans Flee in Boats to Escape Economic Collapse Well over 150,000 people have fled Venezuela in the last year alone, the most in more than a decade, scholars say, with the sea route posing special dangers. "I'm leaving with nothing. But I have to do this. Otherwise, we will just die here hungry."
"25.11.2016 21:55:00" nytimes.com Donald Trump and the Lawsuit Presidency The $25 million settlement of the Trump University fraud cases is only the tip of the iceberg. Donald J. Trump will take office as president facing a tsunami of litigation over his business practices and personal behavior, the Editorial Board writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"25.11.2016 21:25:00" nytimes.com A Battle to Change Medicare Is Brewing, Whether Trump Wants It or Not A battle over the future of Medicare could roil Washington during Donald Trump's first year in office. Republicans plan to move forward on a years-old effort to shift Medicare to a system known as premium support.
"25.11.2016 21:07:00" nytimes.com Dylann Roof Found Competent for Trial in Charleston Church Killings A federal judge ruled that the trial of Mr. Roof, the avowed white supremacist accused of killing nine black churchgoers in June 2015, can move forward. A federal judge ruled that the trial of Dylann Roof can move forward.
"25.11.2016 20:55:00" nytimes.com Killings of 4 Young Gay Men in London Fuel Fears Over Date-Rape Drug Stephen Port, 41, was given a life sentence for the murders. The police are looking at 58 other deaths involving the substance known as GHB.
"25.11.2016 20:25:00" nytimes.com At Standing Rock and Beyond, What Is to Be Done? We have been forced to rethink love and resistance in the face of wrenches and baseball bats. "We were facing Dakota Access Pipeline workers threatening us with baseball bats and wrenches," writes Eric Martin in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"25.11.2016 20:13:35" Live at Standing Rock Protest of Dakota Access Pipeline We're at Standing Rock Native American Reservation in North Dakota talking with people who are protesting the building of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Share your thoughts and questions in the comments.
"25.11.2016 19:55:01" nytimes.com White-Collar Supremacy There's nothing new about the alt-right's intellectual aspirations. "The alt-right is not an example of white supremacy marching toward the mainstream; this has always been the case." Read on in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"25.11.2016 19:25:00" nytimes.com American Is Killed in First Casualty for U.S. Forces in Syria Combat The service member was killed by an improvised explosive device on Thursday, the United States military said. The U.S. military suffered its first combat death in Syria on Thursday.
"25.11.2016 18:57:32" Trump's Appointments- A Quiz President-elect Donald J. Trump is narrowing his list of prospective cabinet members and administration officials. These choices will set the tone for the Trump presidency. Using a remake of the old Trump board game, we take a look at the potential picks
"25.11.2016 18:55:00" nytimes.com How the American Electorate Is Changing More states are expected to become “majority minority” in the coming decades, following the lead of New Mexico and California. Texas may be next. The white share of the electorate is predicted to fall to 46% in 2060.
"25.11.2016 18:28:00" nytimes.com Republicans Divided Between Romney and Giuliani for Secretary of State The leading candidates are both high-profile politicians with their share of detractors. Rival factions of Republicans are locked in an increasingly public battle to influence Donald J. Trump's choice for secretary of state.
"25.11.2016 18:10:00" nytimes.com Tina Brown on the Final Two Episodes of 'The Crown': Love and Duty The Netflix series ends its first season with two especially juicy episodes. "Being the younger sister of a queen bee is always a buzz kill."
"25.11.2016 17:55:01" nytimes.com How Could You? 19 Questions to Ask Loved Ones Who Voted the Other Way A guide to facilitate conversation between Trump voters and Clinton voters. Did you ask any of these questions over the Thanksgiving holiday? If so, how did your conversations go? Your comments may be used in an upcoming story.
"25.11.2016 17:22:04" nytimes.com Donald Trump to Add K.T. McFarland to His National Security Team Ms. McFarland has been highly critical of President Obama's approach to combating terrorism. Donald J. Trump plans to name Ms. McFarland, an aide to 3 Republican White Houses and a frequent Fox News commentator, his deputy national security adviser.
"25.11.2016 16:55:01" nytimes.com In a California Valley, Healthy Food Everywhere but on the Table The Salinas Valley, known as the salad bowl of the nation, is struggling with poverty and malnutrition among the migrant farmworkers who harvest its crops. "The people who grow our food can't afford to eat it, and they are sicker because of it," said an advocate for farmworkers.
"25.11.2016 16:25:00" nytimes.com One by One, ISIS Social Media Experts Are Killed as Result of F.B.I. Program American and allied forces have killed the most important of roughly a dozen members of a cell which the F.B.I. calls "the Legion." A secretive campaign of surveillance and drone attacks has cut ISIS's ability to inspire attacks in the West, officials say.
"25.11.2016 15:55:01" nytimes.com The Populism Perplex What does the white working class want? The white working class just voted overwhelmingly against its own economic interests, Paul Krugman writes in The New York Times Opinion Section.
"25.11.2016 15:25:01" nytimes.com 8 Lines Written by Anne Frank Fetch $148,000 at Auction A 1942 poem handwritten in a “friendship book” for the sister of Anne's best friend was sold at auction in the Netherlands. Its original recipient found its tone irritating. The closing verses of the poem, which may be Anne Frank's own, say:
If others have reproached you
For what you have done wrong
Then be sure to amend your mistake
That is the best answer one can make.
"25.11.2016 15:10:00" nytimes.com Black Friday, Venezuela, Florence Henderson: Your Friday Briefing Here's what you need to know to start your day. Daily Briefing: Here's what you need to know today.