• news analysis: How Powerful Is Vladimir Putin Really?

    Russia today doesn’t seem like “a properly run dictatorship.”
    3/23/2019 11:05:44 PM
  • The First Time Women Shouted Their Abortions

    Fifty years ago, a group of women stood up in a church and talked about ending their pregnancies. The way they did so still shapes how we discuss the topic today.
    3/23/2019 11:05:44 PM
  • news analysis: Human Contact Is Now a Luxury Good

    Screens used to be for the elite. Now avoiding them is a status symbol.
    3/23/2019 11:05:43 PM
  • Truck Driver in Crash That Devastated a Hockey Team Is Sentenced to 8 Years

    The driver sped past five signs warning him to stop before colliding with a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos. Sixteen people died.
    3/23/2019 10:45:14 PM
  • Maduro Digs In. It’s an Old Strategy, but It May Work.

    President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela and the opposition leader Juan Guaidó have been playing a waiting game as each claims to be the country’s rightful leader. But Mr. Maduro seems to be taking the lead.
    3/23/2019 10:14:29 PM
  • Your Ancestors Were Slaves. Who Owns the Photos of Them?

    A lawsuit against Harvard over two haunting 1850 photographs stirs debate over how to balance the need to preserve history and the moral claims of descendants.
    3/23/2019 10:14:29 PM
  • This Is Lupita Nyong’o. Hollywood, Please Keep Up.

    The Kenyan-Mexican star of “Us” and “Black Panther,” who seems to excel at everything — even rap — is an exception in her industry, for better and worse.
    3/23/2019 10:14:29 PM
  • Our Chess Champion Has a Home

    The 8-year-old refugee who last week was thrilled to have a trophy suddenly has so much more.
    3/23/2019 9:35:32 PM
  • Barbra Streisand Criticized for Remarks About Michael Jackson’s Accusers

    Ms. Streisand said two men featured in the new documentary “Leaving Neverland” who claim to have been abused by Mr. Jackson as boys were “thrilled” to be with him.
    3/23/2019 9:25:16 PM
  • N.C.A.A. Tournament Day 3: L.S.U. Scoops Up Berth in Round of 16

    The No. 3 Tigers avoided what would have been a dreadful collapse against Maryland, beating the No. 6 Terrapins, 69-67, on Tremont Waters’s late lay-in.
    3/23/2019 8:44:16 PM
  • Sexual Assault on Flights: Experts Recommend Ways to Stay Safe and Combat It

    The issue gained heightened attention in the wake of high-profile cases and the #MeToo movement, officials say.
    3/23/2019 8:15:32 PM
  • Pinterest Is Rare ‘Unicorn’ Preparing an I.P.O. Without Hemorrhaging Cash

    The start-up, which lets people create virtual “pin boards,” officially joined the herd of tech companies stampeding to the public markets this year by unveiling its offering prospectus.
    3/23/2019 8:15:31 PM
  • Robert Kraft Apologizes in First Public Comments About Prostitution Case

    The owner of the New England Patriots said in a statement that he was “truly sorry” for the “hurt and disappointment” he had caused.
    3/23/2019 8:15:31 PM
  • At Democratic Campaign Events, Mueller Report Is Not the Main Topic

    The special counsel’s report, delivered on Friday, was on voters’ minds. But so were health care, immigration, school shootings and other subjects that hit closer to home.
    3/23/2019 8:15:31 PM
  • Man in Custody in Brutal Attack on a 78-Year-Old Woman on the Subway, Police Say

    The attack, on board a No. 2 train in the Bronx this month, was captured on a video that has gained more than 10 million views.
    3/23/2019 7:24:15 PM
  • Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’ Is a New Kind of Superhero Movie

    Its superpower is letting black people just be themselves.
    3/23/2019 7:24:15 PM
  • Mueller’s Findings Will Remain Confidential at Least Another Day

    Attorney General William P. Barr was determining what parts of the special counsel’s report to make public after a 22-month investigation into Russia’s effort to interfere in the 2016 election.
    3/23/2019 6:04:18 PM
  • He Spent 36 Years Behind Bars. A Fingerprint Database Cleared Him in Hours.

    The case of Archie Williams shows how, for the wrongfully convicted, access to a national DNA database is not enough.
    3/23/2019 5:43:48 PM
  • Rutgers Bows Out Without Its 71-Year-Old Coach. She Says She’ll Be Back.

    The Hall of Fame coach C. Vivian Stringer was away from her players, with an undisclosed medical condition, when they were eliminated by Buffalo, 82-71, on Friday.
    3/23/2019 5:15:05 PM
  • The N.C.A.A. Team That Just Can’t Win

    The only team certain to reach the Final Four wears black-and-white striped jerseys with no numbers. But no one ever cheers for the referees.
    3/23/2019 5:15:04 PM
  • The Making of Ja Morant

    A role player as a freshman, the Murray State star stepped out of the shadows and straight into the N.B.A. draft lottery.
    3/23/2019 5:15:04 PM
  • Boeing Was ‘Go, Go, Go’ to Beat Airbus With the 737 Max

    Caught short by its rival’s gains, Boeing raced to update its workhorse jet rather than design a new one. Workers describe a hectic project, but say they hadn’t felt safety was compromised.
    3/23/2019 5:15:04 PM
  • Faster Tax Cuts Could Be Backfiring on Republicans

    Polling shows those getting smaller refunds are less likely to view the tax overhaul favorably, even if their take-home pay grew.
    3/23/2019 4:23:45 PM
  • Anthony Pellicano, Notorious Detective to the Stars, Walks Free From Prison

    The Los Angeles private eye spent more than a decade in prison for illegal wiretapping and other crimes in a case that exposed Hollywood’s underbelly.
    3/23/2019 4:23:45 PM
  • ‘I Can’t Be Myself Here’: At the Border, Transgender Women Navigate 2 Worlds

    For many transgender women, crossing between the United States and Mexico can also mean moving uncomfortably between genders.
    3/23/2019 4:23:45 PM
  • After Deadly Insider Attack, U.S. Airstrikes Kill 14 Civilians, Afghans Say

    American and Afghan forces traded fire, provoked by a Taliban insider. Then, Afghan officials say, an American airstrike hit the home of a large refugee family.
    3/23/2019 4:23:44 PM
  • Editorial Observer: Stephen Moore Would Be a Loyalist, not an Expert, at the Fed

    President Trump has tried to get the Federal Reserve to share his love of low interest rates. Now he’s ratcheting up the pressure.
    3/23/2019 3:55:03 PM
  • Playlist: The Playlist: Tame Impala Evolves, and 8 More New Songs

    Hear tracks by Lizzo and Missy Elliott, Ibibio Sound Machine, the Last Poets and others.
    3/23/2019 3:03:48 PM
  • Drug Prices on TV? They May Be Coming.

    The Trump administration has drafted a rule that would require drug makers to disclose their prices in television ads, but the industry fears sticker shock and is fighting back.
    3/23/2019 3:03:48 PM
  • Medicare for All Would Abolish Private Insurance. ‘There’s No Precedent in American History’

    Unlike Obamacare, emerging plans would sweep away the private health insurance system. What would that mean for the companies’ workers, the stock market and the cost of care?
    3/23/2019 3:03:47 PM
  • Defying Allies, Italy Signs On to New Silk Road With China

    The move by Italy to join China’s “One Belt One Road” project crystallized shifting geopolitical balances and the populist Italian government’s willingness to break with its traditional partners.
    3/23/2019 2:55:36 PM
  • The Islamic State Has Not Been Defeated

    Make no mistake: The group will be back unless the conditions that gave birth to it are addressed.
    3/23/2019 2:55:35 PM
  • The Daily: Special Edition: Robert Mueller Submits His Report

    The investigation that has consumed the country and cast a shadow over the Trump presidency for almost two years has come to a close.
    3/23/2019 1:35:38 PM
  • France Braces for 19th Weekend of ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests

    The number of protesters has dwindled over the past months. But a surge of violence last weekend renewed scrutiny of the government’s handling of the demonstrations.
    3/23/2019 1:25:20 PM
  • From ‘No Problem’ to No Deal: How Brexit Supporters Embraced the Cliff Edge

    Frustration and numbness have driven many Britons to embrace the high-risk solution of simply walking away from negotiations with the European Union.
    3/23/2019 1:04:50 PM
  • The Northern Lights Are Expected in the Northern U.S., but Don’t Get Too Excited

    The most likely time the phenomenon will occur is at 11 a.m. Eastern, experts say, but it can’t be seen during the daytime. Bad weather would also hamper a sighting.
    3/23/2019 12:44:20 PM
  • Britons Set to March in London to Demand Second Brexit Vote

    Organizers hope to draw hundreds of thousands of supporters on Saturday, with trains and buses chartered from across Britain.
    3/23/2019 12:23:46 PM
  • North Korea Seeks to Split Alliance Between South Korea and U.S.

    Since the summit meeting between Kim Jong-un and President Trump in Vietnam ended without a deal, North Korea has urged South Korea to distance itself from the United States.
    3/23/2019 12:15:34 PM
  • As Mueller Report Lands, Prosecutorial Focus Moves to New York

    The special counsel’s work may be done, but prosecutors in Manhattan and elsewhere are pursuing investigations into the president’s family business and more.
    3/23/2019 11:55:04 AM
  • Italy Gives Xi, and China’s Vast Infrastructure Project, a Royal Welcome

    Italy would become the first Group of 7 nation to officially join China’s vast One Belt One Road project on Saturday, a sign of Beijing’s growing influence.
    3/23/2019 10:45:22 AM
  • The Hunt: A Brooklyn Studio, for Starters

    After years of sharing rentals, a new buyer takes her savings to a fixer-upper in Kensington.
    3/23/2019 10:24:54 AM
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