• On Soccer: German Clubs and English Teenagers: The Jadon Sancho Effect

    German teams, hungry for young soccer prospects, have discovered a surprisingly deep vein of unmined talent in England.
    3/28/2019 11:13:00 PM
  • Critic’s Pick: ‘The Brink’ Review: Considering the Unlikely Charm of Stephen Bannon

    This documentary trails the former White House adviser as he tours Europe and America promoting right-wing populist nationalism.
    3/28/2019 11:13:00 PM
  • Critic’s Notebook: El Anatsui’s Monumental New Show Is an Act of Justice

    A pilgrimage to Munich finds a resplendent tribute to the Ghanaian-born artist, and a fitting epitaph for the curator, Okwui Enwezor.
    3/28/2019 11:13:00 PM
  • On Politics With Lisa Lerer: The Buttigieg Boomlet

    In the On Politics newsletter: Many in the media have gone bananas for Mayor Pete Buttigieg. But are real people — i.e., voters — feeling the same?
    3/28/2019 11:12:59 PM
  • Lyft, President Trump, M.L.B.: Your Thursday Evening Briefing

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
    3/28/2019 11:04:47 PM
  • Trump to Speak in Michigan at First Rally Since Mueller Report

    Grand Rapids, where he will speak, holds special meaning for the president as the site of his final campaign rally before his upset victory in 2016. He won Michigan in 2016 by less than 11,000 votes.
    3/28/2019 10:44:18 PM
  • Lyft Is Ready for Its I.P.O. How Much Pop Is Left?

    Unicorn companies are finally going public, after large gains have been captured by elite early investors.
    3/28/2019 10:44:17 PM
  • French Raise a Glass to a Health Warning About Too Much Wine

    ‘‘For your health, it’s maximum two glasses a day, and not every day,” the health agency said. France’s response? Deafening silence.
    3/28/2019 10:13:33 PM
  • Generation Z: Who They Are, in Their Own Words

    They’re the most diverse generation in American history, and they’re celebrating their untraditional views on gender and identity.
    3/28/2019 10:13:32 PM
  • Plastic Bags to Be Banned in New York State

    State lawmakers and Gov. Andrew Cuomo have agreed to ban most single-use plastic bags; counties will have the option to impose a 5-cent paper-bag fee.
    3/28/2019 10:03:18 PM
  • Trump, in Abrupt Pivot, Says Funding for Special Olympics Will Continue

    The president’s budget is highly unlikely to win approval in Congress, but the Special Olympics funding enjoys broad support among Republicans and Democrats.
    3/28/2019 10:03:17 PM
  • Lyft Prices I.P.O. at $72 a Share, Marking Arrival of Gig Economy to Wall Street

    Lyft’s I.P.O. heralds a new generation of Silicon Valley darlings on the public markets. Uber, Pinterest and Slack are expected to follow.
    3/28/2019 9:34:35 PM
  • 14 Officers Indicted on Assault or Cover-Up Charges in Beating of Black Men

    Twelve current and two former officers are accused of beating four black men after a barroom dispute in Springfield, Mass., or participating in a cover-up of the assault.
    3/28/2019 9:24:21 PM
  • Wells Fargo Chief Executive Timothy Sloan Abruptly Steps Down

    Mr. Sloan took over as C.E.O. in 2016 as the bank dealt with the fallout of a series of scandals. C. Allen Parker was named the interim chief executive.
    3/28/2019 8:43:21 PM
  • G.O.P. Cruelty Is a Pre-existing Condition

    Republicans just won’t stop trying to take away health care.
    3/28/2019 8:43:20 PM
  • Meghan Markle and My Tabloid Obsession

    She’s a Rorschach test for whoever happens to be reading and writing about her.
    3/28/2019 8:43:20 PM
  • N.S.A. Contractor Arrested in Biggest Breach of U.S. Secrets Pleads Guilty

    The contractor, Harold Martin, was arrested in 2016, but investigators never found evidence that he had shared stolen classified information with anyone.
    3/28/2019 8:22:51 PM
  • Brexit, Brunei, Frogs: Your Friday Briefing

    Let us help your start your day.
    3/28/2019 8:22:51 PM
  • Demands for Adam Schiff’s Head Highlight Chasm That Only Widened With Mueller’s Conclusion

    Republicans on the Intelligence Committee called on its chairman, Representative Adam B. Schiff, to resign. He accused them of turning a blind eye to President Trump’s wrongdoing.
    3/28/2019 8:22:50 PM
  • Weather Channel Is Sued Over Fatal Crash Involving Storm Chasers

    Corbin Jaeger was killed in 2017 when two storm chasers ran a stop sign at about 70 miles per hour, the lawsuit says. All three died in the crash.
    3/28/2019 7:33:39 PM
  • Turkish Trial of U.S. Consular Employee Highlights Rift in Relations

    After 18 months in solitary confinement, a Turkish employee of the United States Consulate was denied release, despite American protests that the charges are baseless.
    3/28/2019 7:33:39 PM
  • Fifth Grader Dies After Fight at School in South Carolina, Officials Say

    The student had gotten into a fight with another fifth grader at school and died two days later, officials in Colleton County said.
    3/28/2019 7:33:38 PM
  • Henry J. Stern, Whose Urban Domain Was Green, Is Dead at 83

    Only Robert Moses surpassed Mr. Stern, New York City’s longtime parks commissioner, in ensuring that a teeming population had places to breathe.
    3/28/2019 7:33:38 PM
  • Quebec Proposes Bill Banning Public Employees From Wearing Head Scarves at Work

    The bill would also ban the wearing of religious symbols like Catholic crosses, Jewish skull caps and Sikh turbans while public employees are at work.
    3/28/2019 6:23:50 PM
  • ‘Idiots,’ Preceded by Profanity: Cuomo Aides Bash 3 Female Lawmakers

    Democrats began an intraparty war in Albany, as top aides to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo used unusually explicit language to fire back at the women.
    3/28/2019 6:13:36 PM
  • Field Notes: Why Wedding Expos Are Still a Thing

    Personal contacts, prizes and swag bags stuffed with freebies and discounts. You won’t get that kind of instant gratification on Instagram, Zola and Etsy.
    3/28/2019 5:14:11 PM
  • The Hunt: Down by the Bay, in Brooklyn

    A Manhattan transplant finds more serenity and space for his children in the waterfront neighborhood of Red Hook.
    3/28/2019 5:14:11 PM
  • There’s No Afro Emoji. These Women Want to Change That.

    “I want to create a space where we can bring that big-hair energy and celebrate our roots in digital spaces,” said one of the women behind a petition to add the emoji.
    3/28/2019 5:14:10 PM
  • Review: ‘Dumbo’ Goes Bonkers in Dreamland

    Tim Burton takes this live-action remake of the 1941 Disney classic to his very own dark place. Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito and Eva Green help.
    3/28/2019 5:14:10 PM
  • Fiction: Salman Rushdie Reviews a Sweeping Debut About the Roots of Modern Zambia

    In “The Old Drift,” Namwali Serpell spins a multigenerational, magical-realist tale of the East African nation from colonialism to the future.
    3/28/2019 5:14:10 PM
  • On College Basketball: March Madness’s Toughest Matchup: Brackets vs. Ethics

    Fans who follow college basketball closely know about the game’s intractable relationship to corruption. But turn away from the big party every March? That’s a tough ask.
    3/28/2019 5:14:09 PM
  • At 71, She’s Never Felt Pain or Anxiety. Now Scientists Know Why.

    Scientists discovered a previously unidentified genetic mutation in a Scottish woman. They hope it could lead to the development of new pain treatment.
    3/28/2019 5:14:09 PM
  • It’s ‘Boot-Edge-Edge.’ And He’s Making Waves in Democratic Presidential Race.

    Pete Buttigieg may have a challenging last name and an unconventional résumé. But he’s drawing big crowds and has jumped to third place in a poll of Iowa voters.
    3/28/2019 5:14:08 PM
  • Congestion Pricing Could Generate Billions of Dollars, but Now the Suburbs Want a Piece

    State legislators want some revenue from congestion fees to go to commuter trains that serve Long Island and the Hudson Valley.
    3/28/2019 4:53:40 PM
  • Imran Khan Calls for Vast Anti-Poverty Plan, but Money Is Tight

    The Pakistani leader envisions the foundation of a welfare state. But he has not yet come close to turning the country’s debt crisis around to pay for it.
    3/28/2019 4:53:40 PM
  • No Roofs, No Roads, No Bread: Cyclone Causes Emergency in Southeastern Africa

    Cyclone Idai brought punishing rains and winds to Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, causing a humanitarian crisis for three million people.
    3/28/2019 4:53:40 PM
  • The People Who Won’t Be Duped

    Algeria’s army finally turns its back on the president. But the protesters want much more than that.
    3/28/2019 4:53:39 PM
  • Grindr Is Owned by a Chinese Firm, and the U.S. Is Trying to Force It to Sell

    The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States is forcing a Chinese company to sell its stake in Grindr, a gay dating app, over national security concerns.
    3/28/2019 4:53:39 PM
  • Oliver North Showed Republicans the Way Out

    Belligerence, shamelessness and partisanship can take you far.
    3/28/2019 4:33:07 PM
  • R. Kelly Accuser Gives Her Account Publicly for First Time

    Lanita Carter, one of the women the R&B singer is charged with abusing, told “CBS This Morning” that he demanded oral sex, then masturbated and spat on her face.
    3/28/2019 4:22:53 PM
  • Supreme Court Refuses to Block Ban on Bump Stocks

    Challengers said the Trump administration exceeded its authority in banning the devices, which the Justice Department has said helps transform semiautomatic weapons into fully automatic machine guns.
    3/28/2019 4:22:52 PM
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