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06/25/2018 08:48 AM
Donald Trump, Turkey, Kanye West: Your Monday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
06/25/2018 06:26 AM
New York Today: New York Today: Why We Don’t Vote
Monday: Examining our low voter turnout, immigrant comedians, and awaiting a corpse flower.
06/25/2018 08:52 AM
California Today: California Today: When Asylum Is Your ‘Only Shot’
Monday: Why migrants seek entry into the United States, President Trump attacks immigrants and the judicial system, and the world’s ugliest dog.
06/25/2018 10:04 AM

06/24/2018 11:02 PM
Trump Calls for Depriving Immigrants Who Illegally Cross Border of Due Process Rights
The president said such immigrants should be sent back immediately without an appearance before a judge.
06/24/2018 10:04 PM
Teenager Is Missing After Walking Away From Migrant Children’s Center in Texas
The operator of the center said it was not allowed to restrain children if they want to leave, raising questions about who is responsible for their safety.
06/24/2018 05:58 PM
Torn Apart by Zero Tolerance, Kept Apart by Red Tape
A Brazilian migrant, separated from her son at the United States border, has been released, but has struggled with bureaucratic hurdles to recovering her 9-year-old son.
06/25/2018 05:07 AM
One Chlorine Bomb, Dozens Killed in Syria: How Assad Gassed His Own People
Syrian officials say there wasn’t a chemical attack. But what really took place in the town of Douma in April? We analyzed 67 videos to reconstruct how at least 34 people died in one apartment building.
06/25/2018 03:18 AM
Erdogan’s Victory in Turkey Election Expands His Powers
The vote was the first to be held since Turkey narrowly approved a referendum last year to give the president, once a largely ceremonial role, sweeping executive authority.
06/24/2018 11:11 PM
How an Affair Between a Reporter and a Security Aide Has Rattled Washington Media
The seizure of email records from a Times reporter alarmed First Amendment groups. Her relationship with an intelligence aide set off an ethical debate.
06/25/2018 08:32 AM
Into the Wild With Kanye West
Three days in Wyoming as the hip-hop firebrand tends to his scars.
06/25/2018 02:32 AM
Politics Ensnare Mohamed Salah and Switzerland at the World Cup
Salah was said to be considering retiring from Egypt over interactions with a Chechen politician, and two Swiss players caused a firestorm by displaying an Albanian symbol.
06/25/2018 09:58 AM
Uruguay vs. Russia: World Cup 2018 Live
Russia and Uruguay are safely through to the next round, but this game will decide the group winner. Stay here for live scoring, updates and analysis from Russia.
06/24/2018 07:00 PM
Why We Are Leaving the G.O.P.
The Republican Party once opposed government intervention in the bedroom and the doctor’s office. No longer.
06/25/2018 05:45 AM
Harvard Is Wrong That Asians Have Terrible Personalities
The university has systemically denigrated one minority group in pursuit of diversity.
06/24/2018 08:37 PM
Op-Ed Columnist: White Extinction Anxiety
Trump’s immigration policy stems from panic over white loss of power.
06/24/2018 08:12 PM
Op-Ed Columnist: A Counterattack on Voting Rights
Voting by mail, which has a track record of lifting turnout, is on the rise.
06/25/2018 06:00 AM
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: A Museum That Makes White Liberals See the Horror of White Supremacy
I thought I knew about the ubiquity of racism. I was wrong.
06/25/2018 05:45 AM
The Stone: The Ignorant Do Not Have a Right to an Audience
We could take a big step forward by distinguishing free speech from just access to the media.
06/25/2018 04:55 AM
Trump Is Saving Germany’s Liberals
His divisive talk is having the opposite effect, driving the country’s centrists together.
06/25/2018 05:30 AM
De-Anchoring Populism in Latin America
For Duque and López Obrador to be less polarizing, they will need to move away from the campaign style and the promises that helped them succeed.
06/21/2018 03:28 PM
Discovering the Art of Craft
Behind every great restaurant is a finely tuned team — and hours and hours and hours of work. A New York Times photographer shadowed the staff at the chef Tom Colicchio’s Manhattan flagship.
06/22/2018 10:40 AM
Are Fabricators the Most Important People in the Art World?
As contemporary artists become increasingly less present in their own work, the people who make their pieces remain unsung heroes.
06/24/2018 10:24 PM
The Positive Death Movement Comes to Life
Death cafes, death doulas, “Ask a Mortician,” DeathLab — once the province of goth subculture, death is having a moment in the sun.
06/25/2018 09:48 AM
What’s the Yield Curve? ‘A Powerful Signal of Recessions’ Has Wall Street’s Attention
The bond market’s yield curve is perilously close to predicting a recession — something it has done with surprising accuracy — and it’s become a big topic on Wall Street.
06/24/2018 05:39 PM
Teenage Girl Helps a Blind and Deaf Passenger and Wins Praise for Doing ‘Something Beautiful’
What started out as an ordinary trip turned into a journey marked by an act of kindness that was widely celebrated.
06/25/2018 08:56 AM
Javier Solana, Ex-Chief of NATO, Is Denied Permission to Travel to U.S.
Mr. Solana, who played a central role in negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program, was refused authorization because of a visit to that country in 2013.
06/25/2018 07:35 AM
Walgreens Pharmacist Denies a Woman Medication to End Her Unviable Pregnancy
In a widely viewed Facebook post, an Arizona woman said a pharmacist refused to dispense a drug to end a failed pregnancy because of his “ethical beliefs.”
06/25/2018 09:13 AM
Trump Criticizes Restaurant Refusing to Serve His Press Secretary
It was the latest incident in which a member of President Trump’s inner circle was singled out for public repudiation.
06/24/2018 07:25 PM
Trump’s Trade War Could Shut Cheesemakers Out of Foreign Markets
With other countries raising tariffs to American products and signing trade deals without the United States, the American cheesemaker is increasingly standing alone.
06/24/2018 08:12 PM
Bernie Sanders Is Winning Converts. But Primary Victories Remain Elusive.
While their goals like a higher minimum wage and “Medicare for All” have gained traction among Democrats, Senator Sanders and his allies have struggled to win elections.
06/24/2018 11:40 PM
In a High-Stakes Environmental Whodunit, Many Clues Point to China
Scientists say new production of a banned industrial chemical is damaging the ozone layer. Investigations by The Times and an independent environmental group lead to factories in China.
06/25/2018 05:41 AM
Key Question for Judge in Weinstein Case: Can Other Accusers Testify?
Prosecutors want women to testify about sexual encounters with Mr. Weinstein beyond the two covered in the Manhattan indictment. A judge must decide if that is fair.
06/25/2018 02:00 AM
Ever Felt Jealous of a Friend’s Accomplishment? Here’s How to Get Around It
The eternal war between pride and jealousy.
06/21/2018 12:46 PM
Getting to the Bottom of ‘Thrift Store Smell’
Have you noticed that every thrift store and neighborhood Goodwill smells the same? And that the clothes also smell the same? With the help of science, we got to the root of why. (And we have tips to help you get rid of it.)
06/20/2018 02:00 AM
How to Plan the Perfect Trip With Your Significant Other This Summer
Make sure your bae-cation is one to remember — without the logistical headaches.
06/19/2018 02:00 AM
Turning a Breakup Into a Positive Experience
As you reflect on your newfound singledom, here are a few things to keep in mind.
06/18/2018 02:00 AM
5 Cheap(ish) Things for Bike Commuting Bliss
Your stuff doesn’t need to be fancy but it does need to work well. These are our favorite picks.
06/24/2018 09:54 PM
Can an Artist Shift the Gun Debate?
At the Guggenheim, Shaun Leonardo encouraged those on all sides of the gun control issue to find common ground with their opponents, by connecting physically.
06/22/2018 07:18 PM
Ties: No One Helped My Mentally Ill Mother, or Me
The child in me still collapses from the imprinted sorrow of years of isolation.
06/23/2018 06:00 AM
Entrepreneurship: With the Slice App, Local Pizzerias Get a Bigger Piece of the Market
Ilir Sela is building a national online delivery service, called Slice, focused on mom-and-pop pizzerias like the ones his family has owned for three generations.
06/22/2018 04:11 PM
Downtown-Facing Yoga Pose
The hectic hub of Times Square became a plein-air yoga studio for the summer solstice.
06/21/2018 01:42 PM
Linda Wells Shows Flesh: Woke Makeup for Revlon
Because as Rihanna has lucratively demonstrated, “nude” does not equal “beige.”
06/19/2018 02:30 AM
Inside the Nose of an Elephant
Elephants have a keen nose. They have more smell receptors than any mammal – including dogs – and can sniff out food that is several miles away. A new study tests their ability to distinguish between similar smelling plants.
06/25/2018 04:43 AM
Global Health: New York Confronts Rampant Smoking Among Chinese Men
Worldwide, Chinese men consume one-third of all cigarettes. With lung cancer rates soaring, the city’s health department has launched a Chinese-language antismoking campaign.
06/25/2018 05:00 AM
The Checkup: The Challenges for Doctors Treating Migrant Children Separated From Their Parents
For children with chronic conditions like asthma, there are no adults who can provide medical history. And then there is the psychological trauma.
06/21/2018 11:49 PM
Trilobites: Extinct Gibbon Found in Tomb of Ancient Chinese Emperor’s Grandmother
The remains appear to be a new species of gibbon, and it was perhaps a pet.
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