• The Daily Miracle: Finding Magic Inside The Times’s Printing Plant

    The photographer Christopher Payne spent two years shooting The Times’s printing plant in College Point, Queens. He captured the craft, precision, and unexpected beauty of the newspaper printing process.
    3/26/2019 10:56:00 AM
  • State by State, Gig Companies Maneuver to Shape Labor Rules

    Lobbyists for clients like Uber and Handy are pressing legislatures, and sometimes working around them, to keep workers from being deemed employees.
    3/26/2019 10:15:01 AM
  • With Override Vote Coming, Congress Examines Military Cuts That Will Fund Wall

    The House will try on Tuesday to override President Trump’s veto of its resolution to kill his national emergency. The focus is on the projects that will be cut to fund the wall.
    3/26/2019 10:15:01 AM
  • Past Tense: Segregation Has Been the Story of New York City’s Schools for Fifty Years

    Low black and Hispanic enrollment at Stuyvesant High School has reignited a debate about how to finally integrate the city’s schools.
    3/26/2019 10:15:01 AM
  • Chirlane McCray, de Blasio’s Wife, to Be Questioned Over His ‘Revolutionary’ $1 Billion Mental-Health Plan

    Ms. McCray, who runs ThriveNYC, is appearing before City Council to defend the expensive and sprawling program.
    3/26/2019 10:15:00 AM
  • Uber to Acquire Careem, Its Top Mideast Rival

    The $3.1 billion deal, a break from Uber’s approach in some other regions, will give the ride-hailing company a strong foothold in the area ahead of its expected public offering.
    3/26/2019 10:15:00 AM
  • Fixes: In India, a Boon for Low-Paid Working Mothers: Nearby Child Care

    Parents who migrate to cities from rural areas often have no choice but to leave their children alone while they work at low-wage jobs. Now there’s some relief.
    3/26/2019 10:14:59 AM
  • Can We Block a Shooter’s Viral Aspirations?

    How to curb the exposure of videos like that of the shootings in New Zealand.
    3/26/2019 10:14:59 AM
  • Mexico’s Fuel Thieves Must Be Stopped

    The battle against “huachicoleros” is worth fighting.
    3/26/2019 10:14:59 AM
  • The Paranoid Center

    The Russia panic shows us how a paranoid style can take root in the heart of the American establishment.
    3/26/2019 10:14:59 AM
  • Our Constitutional Emergency

    As the House attempts to override President Trump’s first veto, we the people aren’t holding up our end of the bargain, either.
    3/26/2019 10:14:58 AM
  • House Democrats to Unveil Plan to Expand Health Coverage

    Democrats will set aside “Medicare for all,” at least for now, in favor of an incremental set of proposals to protect people with pre-existing conditions and expand coverage.
    3/26/2019 10:14:58 AM
  • Once Jailed in Guantánamo, 5 Taliban Now Face U.S. at the Negotiating Table

    The Taliban made a point of building their team around the five ex-detainees. But one insists that they have put bitterness aside to try to end the Afghan war.
    3/26/2019 10:14:58 AM
  • ‘I, Too, Was a Survivor’: Senator McSally Ends Years of Silence

    Martha McSally became the first American woman to fly in combat. But years before, she had been attacked by one of her own.
    3/26/2019 10:14:57 AM
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  • New York Today: Why New York Is Now the Center of Trump Inquiries

    Tuesday: Prosecutors in the state are at the forefront of about a dozen investigations connected to the president.
    3/26/2019 9:56:29 AM
  • Want to Adopt a Wild Horse? The Government Will Pay You $1,000

    The government is trying to make adoptions of mustangs and burros more enticing as one way of controlling the population of the animals on public lands.
    3/26/2019 9:46:15 AM
  • Damon Young on the ‘Absurdity’ of Being Black

    The co-founder of the cultural criticism website Very Smart Brothas mines his experiences in a new memoir, “What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Blacker.”
    3/26/2019 9:46:14 AM
  • Your Tuesday Briefing

    William Barr, Michael Avenatti, Apple: Here’s what you need to know.
    3/26/2019 9:35:59 AM
  • Personal Health: The Risks to Babies of Older Fathers

    Most women know that reproductive risks to themselves and their babies rise as they get older, but few men realize that their advancing years may also confer a risk.
    3/26/2019 9:25:43 AM
  • Out There: When Sky & Telescope Had No Limit

    A venerable astronomy magazine goes on the auction block, and a writer who grew up there reflects on its influence.
    3/26/2019 9:25:42 AM
  • The Checkup: Reading to Your Toddler? Print Books Are Better Than Digital Ones

    “The tablet itself made it harder for parents and children to engage in the rich back-and-forth turn-taking that was happening in print books,” a researcher said.
    3/26/2019 9:25:42 AM
  • Matter: Why Would an Animal Trade One Body for Another?

    Most species undergo metamorphosis, but scientists aren’t sure why the process evolved. One new theory: Metamorphosis gives animals greater access to food.
    3/26/2019 9:25:42 AM
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  • Trump Officials Broaden Attack on Health Law, Arguing Courts Should Reject All of It

    The administration had previously said only that the Affordable Care Act’s pre-existing conditions provisions should be struck down, leaving parts like Medicaid expansion intact.
    3/26/2019 4:46:40 AM
  • Trump Officials Broaden Attack on Health Law, Arguing Courts Should Reject All of It

    The administration had previously said only that the Affordable Care Act’s pre-existing conditions provisions should be struck down, leaving parts like Medicaid expansion intact.
    3/26/2019 4:15:49 AM
  • Report Alleges Sexual Misconduct at Saint Ann’s, Prestigious Brooklyn Private School

    According to school leaders, 19 former faculty and staff members were said to have potentially engaged in sexual misconduct or inappropriate behavior with students over the span of three decades.
    3/26/2019 3:26:20 AM
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