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  • NASA Cancels First All-Female Spacewalk Over Spacesuit Sizes

    The astronauts, Anne McClain and Christina Koch, will both walk in space — just not together, because only one medium-size torso component is available.
    3/26/2019 2:16:33 AM
  • Pentagon Claims Success in Test of New Tactic to Down Incoming Missiles

    For the first time, the United States shot two interceptors at a single warhead, boosting the outlook for antimissile defenses.
    3/26/2019 1:45:49 AM
  • In Test of Boeing Jet, Pilots Had 40 Seconds to Fix Error

    They had just moments to override an automated system and avert disaster in simulations of problems with the Lion Air plane that crashed last fall.
    3/26/2019 1:45:49 AM
  • Duke University to Pay $112.5 Million to Settle Claims of Research Misconduct

    The university submitted falsified data in connection with 30 grants obtained from the N.I.H. and E.P.A., according to a whistle-blower lawsuit.
    3/26/2019 1:15:01 AM
  • New York has Moved Closer Than Ever to Passing Congestion Pricing. Here’s Why.

    Advocates of charging a fee to enter congested areas of Manhattan say the odds have significantly improved in Albany. Here’s why.
    3/26/2019 1:15:00 AM
  • After Mueller Report, News Media Leaders Defend Their Work

    “Our job is to bring facts to light,” said Martin Baron, editor of The Washington Post. “Others make determinations about prosecutable criminal offenses.”
    3/26/2019 1:06:49 AM
  • Barr’s Declaration on Trump Puts Justice Dept. Back in Political Crucible

    The special counsel did not decide whether President Trump had obstructed justice, so the attorney general stepped in.
    3/26/2019 12:56:33 AM
  • Women at Breast Implant Hearing Call for Disclosure of Safety Risks

    While industry representatives insisted the implants are safe, others at an F.D.A. panel meeting urged for warnings about links to illnesses and cancer.
    3/26/2019 12:46:20 AM
  • Duke University to Pay $112.5 Million to Settle Claims of Research Misconduct

    The university submitted falsified data in connection with 30 grants obtained from the N.I.H. and E.P.A., according to a whistle-blower lawsuit.
    3/26/2019 12:05:15 AM
  • Not All Medicare Cuts Are Bad

    Democrats are engaged in indiscriminate attacks on President Trump’s 2020 budget proposal. They are ignoring some worthy ideas.
    3/25/2019 11:55:00 PM
  • 12 People, Including 6 Coaches, Plead Not Guilty in College Admissions Scandal

    Those who appeared in a Boston court on Monday included the top tennis coach at Georgetown and an assistant teacher at a Houston public school.
    3/25/2019 11:44:45 PM
  • On Pro Football: Gronk Cruises Away from N.F.L., Leaving a Big Hole

    It might not be just the New England Patriots who miss him. The N.F.L. lacks colorful characters, and the tight end Rob Gronkowski was one of them.
    3/25/2019 11:36:35 PM
  • What to Cook: What to Cook Right Now

    It’s early in the season, but maybe it’s time to grill: salmon eggplant salad, or sweet and spicy chicken breasts.
    3/25/2019 11:36:35 PM
  • Lens: Chronicling the Reasons Central Americans Migrate to the United States

    For half a decade, Fred Ramos has photographed the longstanding political, social and environmental crises that are driving migration in the region.
    3/25/2019 11:36:35 PM
  • High School ‘Alien’ Production Wins Internet Raves

    For just $3,500, the drama club at North Bergen High School recreated Ridley Scott’s 1979 horror thriller on stage, reaching a global audience, too.
    3/25/2019 11:36:35 PM
  • Heal Me With Plants

    Gentle gardening helps patients at some hospitals relax and recover.
    3/25/2019 11:36:34 PM
  • The Islamic State Is Like a Chronic Disease

    It can be managed but never really cured.
    3/25/2019 11:36:34 PM
  • Trump’s Kakistocracy Is Also a Hackistocracy

    The invasion of hucksters has reached the Federal Reserve.
    3/25/2019 11:36:34 PM
  • We’ve All Just Made Fools of Ourselves — Again

    The awful corruption of scandal politics.
    3/25/2019 11:36:33 PM
  • Trump and Republicans Seek to Turn the Tables in Post-Mueller Washington

    President Trump and his allies went on the offensive, vowing to pursue those responsible for the Russia investigation. President Trump called some of them “treasonous.”
    3/25/2019 11:26:18 PM
  • Museums Cut Ties With Sacklers as Outrage Over Opioid Crisis Grows

    Accusations that the family behind OxyContin actively downplayed its perils have led arts and education institutions to rethink accepting Sackler funds.
    3/25/2019 11:16:03 PM
  • As Special Counsel, Mueller Kept Such a Low Profile He Seemed Almost Invisible

    Now that his report has been filed, Robert S. Mueller III is poised to return to civilian life as a figure of mystery and fascination.
    3/25/2019 10:55:33 PM
  • Apple, N.C.A.A., Israel: Your Monday Evening Briefing

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
    3/25/2019 10:45:18 PM
  • Parliament Grabs Control of Brexit From a Wounded Theresa May

    British lawmakers will now hold a series of votes to see if they can come up with a better Brexit plan than has Mrs. May, whose tenure is ever shakier.
    3/25/2019 10:35:03 PM
  • Congestion Pricing in Manhattan, First Such Plan in U.S., Close to Approval

    After years of hesitation, the governor and lawmakers reached agreement on the plan, which would help to provide badly needed financial assistance for mass transit.
    3/25/2019 10:24:48 PM
  • Metropolitan Diary: ‘It Was a Cold, Drizzly Sunday Morning in 1973, and I Was at the Jon Vie Bakery’

    Waiting for a chocolate cheesecake, a cat comes down from the Catskills and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
    3/25/2019 10:16:36 PM
  • When a ‘Be In’ in Central Park Was Front-Page News

    Fifty-two years ago, thousands came to Central Park for a counterculture happening that influenced decades of political gatherings there.
    3/25/2019 10:16:36 PM
  • A Colonial-Era Cemetery Resurfaces in Philadelphia

    Remains buried in the First Baptist cemetery were believed to have been moved in 1860. But many coffins and bones were still there.
    3/25/2019 10:16:36 PM
  • Congestion Pricing in Manhattan, First Such Plan in U.S., Close to Approval

    After years of hesitation, the governor and lawmakers reached agreement on the plan, which would help to provide badly needed financial assistance for mass transit.
    3/25/2019 10:06:22 PM
  • Susan Chira, Veteran New York Times Editor, Will Lead The Marshall Project

    Ms. Chira, who shared a 2018 Pulitzer Prize for coverage of workplace sexual harassment, will succeed Bill Keller as the leader of a nonprofit news organization focused on criminal justice issues.
    3/25/2019 9:56:06 PM
  • Five Things I Wish I’d Known Before My Chronic Illness

    Finding out you have a chronic illness — one that will, by definition, never go away — changes things, both for you and those you love.
    3/25/2019 8:15:31 PM
  • Border Patrol Takes a Rare Step in Shutting Down Inland Checkpoints

    The Border Patrol has closed the checkpoints in West Texas and New Mexico, which can be 100 miles from the border, to muster staffing to handle a major influx of migrant families.
    3/25/2019 7:44:47 PM
  • Investigate the Swamp!

    The many serious crimes that Mueller uncovered, almost by accident, show us that we have to prioritize official corruption.
    3/25/2019 7:44:46 PM
  • Collusion Was a Seductive Delusion

    It's our own fault we elected Trump.
    3/25/2019 7:36:34 PM
  • No Criminal Collusion. Lots of Corruption.

    Don’t let Trump pretend he has been vindicated.
    3/25/2019 7:36:34 PM
  • Brexit, Gaza, Apple: Your Tuesday Briefing

    Let us help you start your day.
    3/25/2019 7:26:19 PM
  • Roiled by Staff Uproar, Civil Rights Group Looks at Intolerance Within

    The Southern Poverty Law Center has become a crusading anti-hate empire, but current and former employees say its leaders have never dealt with internal strife.
    3/25/2019 7:05:51 PM
  • Man Arrested After Drugged Orangutan Is Found in Indonesian Airport

    The animal was found sleeping in a basket. Officials say it was smuggled into the airport by a Russian tourist.
    3/25/2019 6:45:24 PM
  • Bayer and Johnson & Johnson Settle Lawsuits Over Xarelto, a Blood Thinner, for $775 Million

    The settlement resolves about 25,000 lawsuits, which claimed the companies failed to warn about deadly bleeding episodes caused by the drug.
    3/25/2019 6:45:22 PM
  • Trump Blames ‘Treasonous’ Critics for Russia Inquiry

    The president went on the offensive a day after the Justice Department reported that the special counsel investigation concluded without finding conspiracy with Moscow.
    3/25/2019 6:45:21 PM
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