• How ‘Us’ Turned Weed Anthem ‘I Got 5 on It’ Into a Creepy Horror Theme

    Twenty-four years after its original release by Luniz, the hip-hop track has a new life — as a spooky part of Jordan Peele’s new film.
    3/25/2019 11:16:03 AM
  • Adventurous. Alone. Attacked.

    The number of female solo travelers has skyrocketed, but amid Instagram-worthy escapades are tales of violence and death, raising questions about how the world is greeting women who travel alone.
    3/25/2019 11:16:03 AM
  • For Prominent Chinese Church Leader, Detention Is a Test of Faith

    Wang Yi has been held incommunicado since December, part of a government crackdown on independent religious groups.
    3/25/2019 11:16:02 AM
  • Will the Supreme Court End Gerrymandering? Arguments Begin This Week

    Justices will be reviewing the case of North Carolina, where Republicans drew a map to maximize their power in the House. Plaintiffs challenging the map say it’s unconstitutional.
    3/25/2019 11:16:02 AM
  • Copenhagen Wants to Show How Cities Can Fight Climate Change

    The Danish capital wants to be carbon neutral six years from now. Its plan involves wind, recycling and a very innovative ski hill.
    3/25/2019 11:16:02 AM
  • May I Have Your Attention, Please?

    Forget everything you know about time management.
    3/25/2019 10:35:06 AM
  • Why Netflix Won’t Be Part of Apple TV

    The first skirmishes have already been fought in what could turn into a tech cold war. “The game is on,” said the Netflix chief executive, Reed Hastings.
    3/25/2019 10:35:05 AM
  • ‘Not Just One of the Boys’: How Women Fought Their Way to N.Y.’s Seat of Power

    A century after the first two women arrived in Albany, New Yorkers elected a record number of women to state government. Here are the stories about how they made their mark.
    3/25/2019 10:35:05 AM
  • Pro-Military Party Trails in Thai Election but Is Likely to Govern Anyway

    After molding Thailand’s democracy since its coup in 2014, the military is still in a position to consolidate power after an election with notable irregularities.
    3/25/2019 10:35:04 AM
  • At the 737 Max Factory, Pilots Simulate New Boeing Software

    Pilots from five airlines gathered in Renton, Wash., on Saturday to review proposed changes to the software of the 737 Max, two of which have crashed.
    3/25/2019 10:35:04 AM
  • Nonfiction: Preet Bharara Remembers His Busy Tenure as a U.S. Attorney

    “Doing Justice,” Bharara’s new book, is not only a memoir but also a manual on how the justice system is a guide to life.
    3/25/2019 10:35:03 AM
  • The 212: A Beloved Restaurant Where Fried Chicken Achieves Its Highest Form

    Charles Gabriel has been serving up sublime soul food for decades in Harlem, even as many of the neighborhood’s most cherished restaurants have closed.
    3/25/2019 10:35:02 AM
  • Batman Is Turning 80. Fighting Crime Must Pay.

    The hero’s journey to this milestone is filled with many memorable moments, from his debut, to Robin’s and Batgirl’s and more.
    3/25/2019 10:35:01 AM
  • Let’s Hear It for State U.

    Sometimes the best school isn’t the “elite” college at the top of the national rankings. It’s the public university just down the road.
    3/25/2019 10:14:33 AM
  • Why Housing Policy Is Climate Policy

    In California, where home prices are pushing people farther from their jobs, rising traffic is creating more pollution.
    3/25/2019 10:14:33 AM
  • Mueller and the Conspiracy Around the Corner

    We get more agitated by the anticipation of political revelations than by the actual findings.
    3/25/2019 10:14:33 AM
  • Trump and Congress: Loving Israel to Death

    Everyone is getting what they want, at the expense of the Jewish state.
    3/25/2019 10:14:32 AM
  • Trump’s Shamelessness Was Outside Mueller’s Jurisdiction

    A demagogic president can walk right up to the edge of committing a crime, so long as he operates brazenly in public view.
    3/25/2019 10:14:32 AM
  • New York Today: Where New York and New Jersey Stand on Marijuana

    Monday: The neighboring states may be years apart on legalizing the recreational use of cannabis.
    3/25/2019 9:56:03 AM
  • Your Monday Briefing

    Robert Mueller, Israel, Parkland: Here’s what you need to know.
    3/25/2019 9:45:49 AM
  • For Many Boys With Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, Bright Hope Lies Just Beyond Reach

    Scientists are testing nearly two dozen treatments that might stop the disease. But enrollment in the trials is very restricted, and few children qualify.
    3/25/2019 8:54:31 AM
  • What Makes a Catastrophic Flood? And Is Climate Change Causing More of Them?

    Floods are complicated. But here are simple answers to questions about flooding, climate change and staying safe when the water rises.
    3/25/2019 8:54:31 AM
  • Depressed and Anxious? These Video Games Want to Help

    A growing number of games are taking on mental health issues like depression, anger and post-traumatic stress disorder.
    3/25/2019 8:54:31 AM
  • The New Health Care: My Friend’s Cancer Taught Me About a Hole in Our Health System

    Caregivers aren’t supported, and America overlooks their importance.
    3/25/2019 8:54:31 AM
  • Why You Procrastinate. (It Has Nothing to do With Self-Control.)

    If procrastination isn’t about laziness, then what is it about?
    3/25/2019 8:54:30 AM
  • Netanyahu Cuts Short U.S. Trip After Gaza Rocket Strikes Near Tel Aviv

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he would cut short a visit to the United States after a rocket attack injured seven people.
    3/25/2019 7:15:58 AM
  • Europe: Prey or Power?

    Targeted by Putin’s Russia, Xi’s China and Trump’s America, Europe has a choice: Pull together, or be pulled apart.
    3/25/2019 6:45:12 AM
  • ‘This Egg Has United People,’ Teenager Says of Protest Against Bigotry

    A teenager known as “Egg Boy” has spoken publicly to media for the first time since he cracked an egg on a far-right politician’s head after the New Zealand attacks.
    3/25/2019 5:35:30 AM
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  • Cambodia Faces Major Economic Blow as E.U. Weighs Ending Trade Deal

    The country’s worsening rights record and oppression of the opposition could lead to the revoking of its special access to European markets.
    3/25/2019 3:15:59 AM
  • ‘Pick My Cotton’: Video of Mock Whipping Prompts Fraternity to Expel 4 Students

    The University of Georgia chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon was temporarily suspended and four students were expelled after the video was circulated online.
    3/25/2019 2:06:17 AM
  • Barr Clears Trump of Obstruction After Mueller Demurs

    The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, punted on whether President Trump obstructed justice. Attorney General William P. Barr stepped in to exonerate the president.
    3/25/2019 2:06:16 AM
  • Eager to Court Jews (and Fracture Democrats), Republicans Push Bills on Anti-Semitism

    The bills are part of a larger political strategy aimed partly at showing that Republicans are more willing to tackle anti-Semitic hate speech than divided Democrats.
    3/25/2019 1:45:46 AM
  • Anatomy of a Scene: How Jordan Peele Builds Suspense in ‘Us’

    The film’s writer and director discusses a haunting scene where members of a family meet their terrifying doubles.
    3/25/2019 12:54:29 AM
  • Trump Declares Victory, and a War on His Enemies

    Like everyone else in the country, the president had been forced to wait while in Washington, the attorney general pored over the special counsel’s report and decided what to make public.
    3/25/2019 12:54:29 AM
  • letters: What Mueller Found, and Didn’t Find

    Readers react to the attorney general’s summary of the special counsel’s report.
    3/25/2019 12:36:03 AM
  • News Analysis: A Cloud Over Trump’s Presidency Is Lifted

    The end of the special counsel’s investigation without findings of collusion with Russia fortified the president for the battles to come, including his campaign for re-election.
    3/25/2019 12:36:02 AM
  • No Impeachment in View, but Democrats Push On With Investigations of Trump

    Democrats vowed to gain access to the full special counsel report, and seized on statements that were less than definitive in the attorney general’s summary of it.
    3/25/2019 12:05:13 AM
  • It Will Take More Than a $34,000 Drug to Stop Postpartum Depression

    We need to pay more attention to the way our culture abuses and isolates new mothers.
    3/24/2019 11:54:58 PM
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