• White House Memo: Some Presidents Felt Trapped in the White House Bubble. Trump Thrives in It.

    President Trump’s calendars show a clear pattern. He travels to states he won in 2016, speaks to crowds that are predisposed to like him and relies on Twitter for personal connection.
    3/28/2019 10:33:58 AM
  • News Analysis: Trump Owns the Economy Now, for Better or Worse

    If the president’s rosy predictions for economic growth fall short, he will get no help from Congress and has limited ability to blame the Fed.
    3/28/2019 10:33:58 AM
  • New York Today: Measles Outbreak: The Spread in New York

    Thursday: What to know about the hundreds of confirmed cases in the state.
    3/28/2019 10:23:39 AM
  • The Argument: Who Botched the Mueller Report?

    And should we abolish the Electoral College?
    3/28/2019 10:13:27 AM
  • Revolution 60: Cuba Can Move From Foreign Economic Dependence

    The island’s economy is neither efficient nor competitive. To move forward it must deepen and accelerate reforms. The market socialism model could provide a way.
    3/28/2019 10:13:26 AM
  • Is Trump Keyser Söze — Or Inspector Clouseau?

    Maybe the president brilliantly played the media. Or maybe we just played ourselves.
    3/28/2019 10:13:26 AM
  • A Citizens’ Guide to Regulating Big Tech

    Politicians have lots of ideas for fixing big tech. Here’s how to know which ones work.
    3/28/2019 10:13:25 AM
  • The Implicit Punishment of Daring to Go to College When Poor

    A documentary to be screened on Capitol Hill next month, in which I am featured, chronicles the experience of low-income students navigating college admissions.
    3/28/2019 10:13:25 AM
  • The Flood of Court Cases That Threaten Abortion

    Republican presidents sought judges who could be counted on to oppose abortion. The voices of those judges come through clearly in cases now making their way to the Supreme Court.
    3/28/2019 10:13:24 AM
  • Your Thursday Briefing

    Theresa May, Betsy DeVos, Batman: Here’s what you need to know.
    3/28/2019 10:03:09 AM
  • Get Your Kids to Go to Sleep — and Stay Asleep — in the Same Room

    Be consistent, get the timing right and, if you’re desperate, have one kid camp out on a cot in your room.
    3/28/2019 9:52:55 AM
  • Mammogram Centers Must Tell Women if They Have Dense Breasts, F.D.A. Proposes

    A new rule would require mammogram providers to let women know if they have dense breast tissue, which can hide cancer from X-rays.
    3/28/2019 9:52:55 AM
  • Phys Ed: What Your Exercise Habits Might Say About How Long You’ll Live

    If people start to exercise in midlife, even if they have not worked out for years, they can rapidly gain most of the longevity benefits of working out.
    3/28/2019 9:52:54 AM
  • Scientists Say a Canadian T. Rex ‘Scotty’ Is Heaviest Found

    The dinosaur, named Scotty, was excavated in central Canada in the 1990s. A recent study shows that it is the heaviest and oldest specimen of its kind.
    3/28/2019 9:52:54 AM
  • Italy’s Right Links Low Birthrate to Fight Against Abortion and Migration

    Interior minister Matteo Salvini and his hard-right allies are promoting an Italians First agenda, which includes an argument that abortion needs to be limited to increase the number of native Italians.
    3/28/2019 8:53:27 AM
  • Brunei to Punish Adultery and Gay Sex With Death by Stoning

    Statutes allowing stoning and amputation will go into effect in the sultanate beginning on April 3. That has set off an outcry from human rights groups.
    3/28/2019 8:53:27 AM
  • After New Zealand Attacks, More People Registered to Move There

    Registrations of interest to live and work in New Zealand rose sharply from people in the United States and from two majority-Muslim countries, Pakistan and Malaysia.
    3/28/2019 7:37:34 AM
  • Truck on Guatemala Highway Hits Crowd, Killing at Least 30

    The crowd had apparently gathered at the highway to observe a person killed in a separate accident.
    3/28/2019 5:56:58 AM
  • Arizona Lawmaker Under Fire for Anti-Immigrant Remarks Resigns Amid Inquiry Into Old Sex Charges

    The former state representative, David Stringer, faced an ethics committee investigation into reports that he was charged with sex crimes in the 1980s.
    3/28/2019 4:47:15 AM
  • Brexit, Boeing, China: Your Thursday Briefing

    Let us help you start your day.
    3/28/2019 4:06:15 AM
  • Monsanto Ordered to Pay $80 Million in Roundup Cancer Case

    The jury found that Monsanto should be held liable for the man’s cancer because it failed to warn him about the herbicide’s cancer risks.
    3/28/2019 1:46:38 AM
  • Trump’s Fed Pick Owes $75,000 in Unpaid Federal Taxes

    Court records reveal a lien against Stephen Moore, an economic adviser whom the president said last week he would nominate to the Fed’s Board of Governors.
    3/28/2019 1:36:22 AM
  • To Barbara Bush, Donald Trump Represented ‘Greed, Selfishness’

    A new biography of the former first lady also quotes a family insider confirming a long-lasting affair between former President George Bush and an aide.
    3/28/2019 1:26:09 AM
  • Editorial Observer: Bagels and War Crimes

    An overdue apology offers a reminder that companies are responsible for past conduct.
    3/28/2019 1:26:08 AM
  • Bad Times in Trumpville

    Our president messes up his own good news.
    3/28/2019 1:26:08 AM
  • Boeing Faces Capitol’s Glare as It Presses to Fix the 737 Max

    The changes would give pilots more control and make it less likely that faulty data can set off a reaction, two issues at the center of investigations into two crashes.
    3/28/2019 12:47:10 AM
  • Donation From New Zealand Attack Suspect Puts Spotlight on Europe’s Far Right

    The donation to Martin Sellner, the Austrian head of Generation Identity, has spurred an investigation into whether the group is inspiring violence.
    3/28/2019 12:26:41 AM
  • Why the Plan to Legalize Marijuana in New Jersey Suddenly Unraveled

    The collapse of an effort to legalize marijuana in New Jersey revealed the thorny and knotty difficulties in trying to legalize marijuana.
    3/28/2019 12:16:27 AM
  • Why You Procrastinate (It Has Nothing to Do With Self-Control)

    If procrastination isn’t about laziness, then what is it about?
    3/28/2019 12:06:14 AM
  • A Dummy’s Guide to Democratic Policy Proposals

    Democrats are offering up a litany of exciting big ideas. Let’s take a look.
    3/28/2019 12:06:13 AM
  • For the Good of Democracy, End Partisan Gerrymandering

    The Supreme Court could make history by erecting a constitutional barrier to electoral maps that put party over country.
    3/28/2019 12:06:13 AM
  • Be Thankful for Mueller’s Timing

    Trump has no idea how to ride a win.
    3/28/2019 12:06:13 AM
  • Why Did Mueller Bypass a Call on Obstruction? What We Know and Don’t

    It is still unclear why the special counsel’s office did not render a judgment on whether President Trump illegally obstructed the Russia inquiry.
    3/27/2019 11:55:55 PM
  • Charlottesville Attacker Pleads Guilty to Federal Hate Crime Charges

    James Fields Jr. was previously convicted of murder for killing Heather Heyer when he drove into a crowd protesting a white nationalist rally in 2017.
    3/27/2019 11:55:55 PM
  • Judge Blocks Work Requirements for Medicaid Recipients in Arkansas and Kentucky

    The ruling is a blow to the Trump administration, which has approved work requirements in eight states and is reviewing applications from eight others.
    3/27/2019 11:55:54 PM
  • Why Did Mueller Bypass a Call on Obstruction? What We Know and Don’t

    It is still unclear why the special counsel’s office did not render a judgment on whether President Trump illegally obstructed the Russia inquiry.
    3/27/2019 11:27:10 PM
  • ‘10 Things I Hate About You’: When Heath Ledger Was Just Breaking Through

    Cast and crew members recall the making of the now-beloved teen comedy as a memorable summer with lasting effects on their careers and lives.
    3/27/2019 11:16:57 PM
  • Review: Matthew McConaughey Waxes Poetic in ‘The Beach Bum’

    The McConaissance collapses into decadence in Harmony Korine’s latest caper.
    3/27/2019 11:16:57 PM
  • Nonfiction: The Two Artist Couples Who Helped Start American Modernism

    Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O’Keeffe, Paul Strand and Rebecca Salsbury coupled, fought and made some of the most influential photographs and paintings of the 20th century. “Foursome,” by Carolyn Burke, tells their story.
    3/27/2019 11:16:56 PM
  • What Is ‘Us’ About? Here Are Some Interesting Theories

    Part of the fun of Jordan Peele’s new horror film is that everyone has a different interpretation.
    3/27/2019 11:16:56 PM
  • She’s Becoming the Gay Musical Role Model She Never Had

    The 20-year-old Norwegian singer and songwriter Marie Ulven — who performs as girl in red — makes indie-pop that is drawing in a devoted young audience.
    3/27/2019 11:16:55 PM
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