• Tech Fix: Protecting Your Internet Accounts Keeps Getting Easier. Here’s How to Do It.

    There are many tools for setting up two-factor authentication, a security mechanism that prevents improper access. These four methods are the most compelling.
    3/27/2019 8:57:09 AM
  • A.I. Is Flying Drones (Very, Very Slowly)

    Artificial intelligence has bested top players in chess, Go and even StarCraft. But can it fly a drone faster than a pro racer? More than $1 million is on the line to find out.
    3/27/2019 8:57:09 AM
  • Prosecutors Accuse Australian Journalists of Violating Gag Order on Cardinal’s Trial

    The journalists could face fines and possibly prison time over the allegations, which stem from Cardinal George Pell’s trial and conviction on sexual abuse charges.
    3/27/2019 6:06:48 AM
  • How to Win the Fight Over Europe’s ‘Refugee Crisis’

    To beat the far right, the E.U.’s mainstream parties need a credible story — and real solutions.
    3/27/2019 6:06:48 AM
  • Poland Bashes Immigrants, but Quietly Takes Christian Ones

    The far-right government rails against accepting foreigners. But facing a labor crisis, the country has opened the door to record numbers of mostly Christian newcomers.
    3/27/2019 4:15:59 AM
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  • Behind the Niceties of Chinese Leader’s Visit, France Is Wary

    Amid the signing of treaties and commercial contracts worth billions of euros, President Emmanuel Macron of France made wary statements about China’s influence as he hosted the country’s leader.
    3/27/2019 3:26:41 AM
  • Victim of Clergy Abuse in Pennsylvania Receives $2 Million Settlement

    The priest who pleaded guilty to abuse is one of only two who have faced criminal charges since a grand jury report listed more than 300 offenders.
    3/27/2019 2:55:50 AM
  • Joe Biden Says He Regrets Role in Anita Hill Hearing

    Mr. Biden acknowledged the part he played in the 1991 Supreme Court hearings, reckoning with a part of his past that could be a vulnerability for his 2020 candidacy.
    3/27/2019 2:16:53 AM
  • Want to Reduce Opioid Deaths? Get People the Medications They Need

    Drugs like buprenorphine could sharply curb the nation’s opioid overdose crisis. But federal laws make it difficult for people who need such medications to get them.
    3/27/2019 1:25:35 AM
  • N.F.L. Will Experiment With Replay Reviews of Pass Interference

    A one-year change will allow coaches to request a review of possible pass interference, whether it was called on the field or not.
    3/27/2019 1:15:20 AM
  • News Analysis: Mueller’s Investigation Erases a Line Drawn After Watergate

    The special counsel’s decision not to take a position on whether President Trump’s norm-shattering actions constituted obstruction means future presidents will feel entitled to make similar moves.
    3/27/2019 1:07:08 AM
  • Do You Speak My Language? You Should

    In an increasingly global world, Americans should be adding, not slashing, opportunities for their children to learn another tongue.
    3/27/2019 12:15:53 AM
  • The Patriot’s Guide to Election Fraud

    Dan McCready was a starry-eyed novice. Then his House race in North Carolina was stolen.
    3/27/2019 12:15:53 AM
  • Editorial Observer: Where’s Your Climate Plan, Mr. McConnell?

    The Senate Republican leader staged a sham vote on a Democratic climate change resolution, embarrassing only himself.
    3/27/2019 12:15:52 AM
  • White House Memo: For Trump’s Aides, Celebratory Dinners and a Hunger for Revenge

    With the Mueller inquiry over, a less playful theme emerged alongside the wisecracks at the White House: Once the party ends, the president’s perceived enemies should pay.
    3/27/2019 12:15:52 AM
  • Senate Blocks Green New Deal but Expends Plenty of Carbon Talking About It

    In a desultory procedural vote, the Senate declined to take up the climate change proposal for debate, ending a weekslong effort by Republicans to mock it.
    3/27/2019 12:05:38 AM
  • Spain Says Gang Stole Material From North Korean Embassy and Offered It to F.B.I.

    The strange story of the assault in Madrid last month got stranger, as a Spanish judge described a raid that he said was led by a Mexican living in the United States.
    3/26/2019 11:36:55 PM
  • ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ With No Gay Scenes? Censored Film Angers Chinese Viewers

    An altered version of the film, released in China last weekend, is only around three minutes shorter than the original. But it omits crucial scenes.
    3/26/2019 11:06:16 PM
  • Skin Deep: Chelsea Handler Will Not Be Changing Her Face

    Perhaps a little Botox, though, or maybe some filler. The comedian and actress, who has written a memoir, shares her beauty secrets.
    3/26/2019 11:06:15 PM
  • In ‘The Act,’ Real-Life Horror Has an Emotional Logic

    Michelle Dean on being the co-creator of the harrowing new Hulu show, which dramatizes a true story of Munchausen by proxy syndrome.
    3/26/2019 11:06:15 PM
  • Review: Staging a True Family Nightmare in ‘Accidentally Brave’

    What happens when the husband you thought you knew is discovered harboring a terrible secret? Maddie Corman learned the hard way.
    3/26/2019 11:06:15 PM
  • Van Gogh the Wild Man? Try Van Gogh the Suburban Professional

    Van Gogh’s comfortable, middle-class existence in London is at odds with how the public imagines the painter. But this period shaped his art, a new exhibition shows.
    3/26/2019 11:06:12 PM
  • A Boeing 737 Max Makes an Emergency Landing in Orlando

    The plane, the same type that crashed in Ethiopia this month and in Indonesia in October, reported engine problems.
    3/26/2019 10:35:25 PM
  • What the Mayor, the Police and the Prosecutor Had to Say After the Jussie Smollett Charges Were Dropped

    The contradictory statements from the city’s leadership show how tangled and inflammatory the case has become.
    3/26/2019 10:35:25 PM
  • Restaurant Review: What Has New York Pizza Been Missing? Little Old Rhode Island

    Violet, in the East Village, cooks its pies on a grill in a style originated in Providence. Don’t laugh.
    3/26/2019 10:16:57 PM
  • Inside Google’s Rebooted Robotics Program

    In 2013, the company started an ambitious, flashy effort to create robots. Now, its goals are more modest, but the technology is subtly more advanced.
    3/26/2019 10:16:57 PM
  • Feature: How to Leave the Trump White House With a Million Dollar Parachute

    The Washington-based literary agency Javelin has mastered the art of the Trump tell-all book — and come up with a blueprint for how to get out of the administration in one piece.
    3/26/2019 10:16:57 PM
  • Jussie Smollett, Measles, Conor McGregor: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
    3/26/2019 10:16:56 PM
  • Robert Kraft Waives Arraignment and Requests Jury Trial

    The New England Patriots owner continues his adversarial stance in the face of solicitation charges.
    3/26/2019 9:35:56 PM
  • Venezuela’s Powerless Revolution

    To end an electricity crisis, the opposition and Maduro’s regime have to agree to put the lives of the people above their political goals.
    3/26/2019 9:07:12 PM
  • Republicans Really Hate Healthcare

    They’ve gone beyond cynicism to pathology.
    3/26/2019 9:07:12 PM
  • First Black Woman to Serve as a Virginia Police Chief Says Racist Officers Forced Her Out

    Tonya D. Chapman, who resigned last week as the chief in Portsmouth, Va., said she was undermined by racist officers who opposed her reform efforts.
    3/26/2019 8:56:57 PM
  • What Happens if Obamacare Is Struck Down?

    The Affordable Care Act touches the lives of most Americans. Some 21 million could lose health insurance if the Trump administration were to succeed in having the law ruled unconstitutional.
    3/26/2019 8:56:56 PM
  • After Boeing Crashes, Sharp Questions About Industry Regulating Itself

    Long before the grounding of the 737 Max, the F.A.A. faced scrutiny over its longtime practice of giving manufacturers the authority to help certify their own planes.
    3/26/2019 8:46:42 PM
  • House Fails to Override Trump Veto, Preserving National Emergency Order

    The House failed to reach the two-thirds majority needed to overturn President Trump’s veto of a resolution that would have ended the national emergency declaration.
    3/26/2019 8:46:41 PM
  • Why You Should Dig Up Your Family’s History — and How to Do It

    Learning your history is forced reckoning, asking you to consider whose stories you carry with you and which ones you want to carry forward.
    3/26/2019 8:15:56 PM
  • Inside Kamala Harris’s Small-Dollar Fund-Raising Operation

    The California senator and 2020 presidential candidate had raised large sums for other Democrats. Now she’s deploying her formidable online following for herself.
    3/26/2019 7:55:27 PM
  • American Astronauts to Return to Moon Within 5 Years, Pence Pledges

    As the vice president called for greater urgency by NASA, how the Trump administration intends to accomplish the goal was not made clear.
    3/26/2019 7:55:26 PM
  • Larry Baer, San Francisco Giants’ C.E.O., Is Suspended by M.L.B.

    Mr. Baer had been on a leave of absence since March 4, days after a video surfaced of him in an altercation with his wife.
    3/26/2019 7:55:26 PM
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