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  • A Way to Detect the Next Russian Misinformation Campaign

    Require technology companies to put all of their ads in a publicly accessible archive.
    3/27/2019 4:47:08 PM
  • Travel Tips: Travel Longer, Cheaper and Better: Hostels for Beginners

    Hostels are the best way to travel cheaply all over the world. Here are some tips if you’ve never stayed in one, or worse, have the wrong idea of what a hostel is like.
    3/27/2019 4:36:53 PM
  • Cholera Outbreak Raises New Danger in Flood-Ravaged Mozambique

    With vast areas submerged by contaminated water, officials warned that more cases of potentially lethal, waterborne diseases should be expected.
    3/27/2019 4:16:21 PM
  • India Shot Down a Satellite, Modi Says, Joining a Select Group of Nations

    If confirmed, a successful test would make India the fourth country to have one, after the United States, Russia and China. With elections near, Modi played it for maximum effect.
    3/27/2019 4:16:21 PM
  • On a Colorado Ski Trip, Planes, Trains, No Automobiles

    Getting to the slopes without driving was the dream. The Winter Park Express from Denver made it (almost) possible.
    3/27/2019 4:16:21 PM
  • Mammy Jars Make a Mockery of Black People. Why Are They Still Collected?

    Racist objects, created as propaganda tools during the Jim Crow era, reflect ugly stereotypes about black people. Yet some people see nostalgia, not dehumanization, in the memorabilia.
    3/27/2019 4:16:20 PM
  • Feature: At 82, Glenda Jackson Commands the Most Powerful Role in Theater

    “King Lear” has long been the crowning performance for actors who know how to dominate a stage. As a longstanding member of Parliament, Jackson has unique insight into authority.
    3/27/2019 4:16:20 PM
  • He’s No ‘Sycophant’ for Trump, Expected Fed Nominee Says

    In an interview, Stephen Moore maintained his view that rate increases were wrong, but said he regretted his harsh criticism of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome H. Powell over them.
    3/27/2019 3:06:35 PM
  • Live Briefing: Boeing and F.A.A. Hearings: Live Updates

    Congressional committees are holding hearings today dealing with federal oversight of the aviation industry. Boeing executives are also meeting with pilots, airline executives and regulators.
    3/27/2019 2:17:15 PM
  • California Today: Which Cities in California Have the Most Young People?

    Wednesday: A look at which cities have the biggest percentages of young people; Democrats target health care; March Fong Eu gets her due.
    3/27/2019 1:56:45 PM
  • As Boeing Confronted a Swelling Crisis, It Had Little to Say

    Public comments from the company have been relatively sparse while an outcry grew after a second deadly crash involving one of its planes.
    3/27/2019 1:56:44 PM
  • U.K. Parliament Faces a Key Brexit Question: What Does It Want?

    Lawmakers are expected to vote on a series of options, trying to wrest control from Prime Minister Theresa May, but they may be unable to agree on an alternative.
    3/27/2019 1:46:29 PM
  • China Expels Former Interpol Chief From Communist Party for ‘Extravagant’ Spending

    The disappearance of Meng Hongwei highlighted China’s opaque legal system. His wife’s public appeals for help were a potential embarrassment to Beijing.
    3/27/2019 11:47:27 AM
  • India Shot Down a Satellite, Modi Says, Joining a Select Group of Nations

    If confirmed, a successful test would make India the fourth country to have one, after the United States, Russia and China. With elections near, Modi played it for maximum effect.
    3/27/2019 11:47:26 AM
  • A Good Appetite: This Polenta Stands Alone

    Not just a side dish, creamy polenta, topped with blue cheese and sautéed leeks, is a dinner-worthy main.
    3/27/2019 11:37:12 AM
  • Best of Late Night: Jussie Smollett’s Release Leaves Late-Night Hosts Scratching Their Heads

    It is not yet clear whether Smollett will return to the cast of “Empire.” James Corden joked, “It is very impressive that one person might be too much drama for the show ‘Empire.’”
    3/27/2019 11:37:11 AM
  • Scott Walker, Pop Singer Who Turned Experimental, Dies at 76

    Forsaking the music that made his group, the Walker Brothers, a 1960s sensation, he veered toward the avant-garde, influencing David Bowie and Radiohead.
    3/27/2019 11:37:11 AM
  • ‘Don’t Succumb to the Fear’: Women Share Travel Safety Tips

    No woman is responsible for harassment or any other violent act against her. But experienced travelers and government agencies show how to travel as safely as possible.
    3/27/2019 11:37:11 AM
  • Lens: Tintype Portraits of Old-Time Musicians from Appalachia

    Traveling around Appalachia in her mobile dark room, Lisa Elmaleh chronicles the people preserving an unglamorous American tradition.
    3/27/2019 11:37:10 AM
  • U.K. Parliament Tries to Answer a Key Brexit Question: What Does It Want?

    Lawmakers are expected to vote on a series of options, trying to wrest control from Prime Minister Theresa May, but they may be unable to agree on an alternative.
    3/27/2019 11:16:41 AM
  • Can Food Tours Stray From the Beaten Path Without Ruining the Experience?

    In the footsteps of Anthony Bourdain, companies big and small are steering travelers to out-of-the-way eating experiences, while trying not to trample on food traditions.
    3/27/2019 10:56:12 AM
  • When Your Kid Realizes Bedtime Is a Scam

    Welcome to the NYT Parenting newsletter.
    3/27/2019 10:56:11 AM
  • Scotland Dispatch: ‘Dog Suicide Bridge’: Why Do So Many Pets Keep Leaping Into a Scottish Gorge?

    Since the 1950s, hundreds of dogs have jumped off a gothic stone bridge in northern Scotland. Many have died. Researchers say there is a rational explanation. Others are not so sure.
    3/27/2019 10:56:11 AM
  • Over $10 to Drive in Manhattan? What We Know About the Congestion Pricing Plan

    Drivers could soon pay $12 to $14 to enter Manhattan’s busiest neighborhoods under a plan to raise money for the troubled subway system.
    3/27/2019 10:35:44 AM
  • South of the Wall, North of the Border: Life in Texas’ No Man’s Land

    Along the Rio Grande, the border fence may be a mile or more from the river, leaving some American homes and jobs in an isolated buffer zone.
    3/27/2019 10:35:43 AM
  • ‘They’re Leaving Us With Nothing’: Cuts of 150 Teachers Threaten Troubled N.J. City

    The school board in Paterson has proposed eliminating over 200 jobs to address a budget gap as it tries to regain control of its schools from the state.
    3/27/2019 10:35:43 AM
  • Gillibrand Discloses 2018 Taxes, Pushing 2020 Rivals to Follow Suit

    Senator Kirsten Gillibrand disclosed earning $218,000 in 2018 through her salary and a book deal, and urged rival Democrats to reveal their finances.
    3/27/2019 10:35:43 AM
  • Steve King, Facing Backlash From Both Parties, Fights for Political Life

    The Iowa Republican’s racist language has attracted scorn and political challengers, but he is aggressively reasserting his presence in his congressional district.
    3/27/2019 10:35:42 AM
  • 'Newark’s Original Sin’: The Criminal Justice Education of Cory Booker

    Mr. Booker’s road from enforcer to reformer began with rocky oversight of the Newark Police Department.
    3/27/2019 10:35:42 AM
  • Russian Vodka. A ‘No Collusion Day’ Rally. Trump Fans Celebrate the Mueller Report.

    For almost two years, President Trump’s fiercest supporters decried the Mueller investigation as a “witch hunt” that should be shut down. Over the weekend, they rejoiced.
    3/27/2019 10:35:42 AM
  • As Boeing Confronted a Swelling Crisis, It Had Little to Say

    Public comments from the company have been relatively sparse while an outcry grew after a second deadly crash involving one of its planes.
    3/27/2019 10:35:40 AM
  • Stop Ignoring Those “Update Your Device” Messages

    Even though the Asus malware attack was spread through software updates, the best way to protect yourself online is to keep your software updated.
    3/27/2019 10:17:12 AM
  • How to Save the American Racehorse

    A string of fatalities underlines the desperate need to change racing’s practices.
    3/27/2019 10:17:11 AM
  • Is Trump Good for Trump?

    In response to his presidency, America has gotten more liberal — despite appearances to the contrary. Will it matter in 2020?
    3/27/2019 10:17:11 AM
  • People Actually Like the Green New Deal

    Mitch McConnell’s show vote in the Senate on Tuesday rejected the plan, but Republicans may come to regret their mockery.
    3/27/2019 10:17:11 AM
  • Why Trump’s New Push to Kill Obamacare Is So Alarming

    It’s not just the potential damage to the health care system and the people who depend on it. It’s also the threat, in the administration’s legal position, to the rule of law.
    3/27/2019 10:17:10 AM
  • New York Today: Congestion Pricing: Mass Transit Savior or Tax on the Working Class?

    Wednesday: New York is poised to become the first U.S. city to introduce the concept, which would charge drivers entering the busiest parts of Manhattan.
    3/27/2019 10:17:10 AM
  • Stop Letting Modern Distractions Steal Your Attention

    Making yourself inaccessible from time to time is essential to boosting your focus.
    3/27/2019 10:06:54 AM
  • Your Wednesday Briefing

    Boeing, Jussie Smollett, Measles: Here’s what you need to know.
    3/27/2019 9:56:39 AM
  • Marijuana Edibles May Pose Special Risks

    Edibles induced a disproportionate number of pot-related medical crises, an analysis of emergency room admissions in Colorado found.
    3/27/2019 8:57:10 AM
  • Trilobites: What Termites Can Teach Us About Cooling Our Buildings

    “We think humans are the best designers, but this is not really true,” a researcher said.
    3/27/2019 8:57:10 AM
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