• Amy Schumer, Amy Poehler and Other Stars Stand Up for Waitresses. The Response: No, Thanks.

    A group of Hollywood actresses want New York to apply the minimum wage to those who earn tips, saying it would make servers less vulnerable to harassment.
    3/24/2019 12:05:13 PM
  • Generals Are Back in Israel’s Political Vanguard

    The return of the generals to Israeli politics is viewed as an emergency call-up by those hoping to rout right-wing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
    3/24/2019 12:05:12 PM
  • Right at Home: Translating Broker Babble

    Real estate brokers have their own language when writing up property listings, but let us decipher it for you.
    3/24/2019 11:16:03 AM
  • Five Weeknight Dishes: In Praise of Sauce

    A life without sauce is not one fully lived: Here are five saucy recipes for your week.
    3/24/2019 11:16:03 AM
  • ‘I Do It From My Couch’: The Next Generation of Explorers

    Fifty years ago, Sir Edmund Hillary was a member of The Explorers Club. Now Elon Musk and younger tech-savvy millennials are filling in the ranks.
    3/24/2019 11:16:03 AM
  • Corner Office: Indra Nooyi: ‘I’m Not Here to Tell You What to Eat’

    In her conservative Brahmin family in India, education was everything. That prepared her to thrive in corporate America and rise to become chief executive of PepsiCo.
    3/24/2019 11:16:02 AM
  • How Anne Welsh McNulty, Philanthropist, Spends Her Sundays

    When she’s not scouting the next generation of global leaders, Ms. McNulty likes to ride Citi Bikes with her boyfriend or peruse books at the Strand.
    3/24/2019 11:16:02 AM
  • Turning 40 and Looking Death in the Eye

    I used to think everything worked out for the best. But then my wife got cancer.
    3/24/2019 11:16:02 AM
  • Forget Self-Driving Cars. Bring Back the Stick Shift.

    Technology meant to save us from distraction is making us less attentive.
    3/24/2019 11:16:01 AM
  • Stop Calling Asian Women Adorable

    When I'm at work I want to talk about work. Not my hair or skin.
    3/24/2019 11:16:01 AM
  • A Pied-à-Terre Tax Will Bring Revenue New York Needs

    A tax on second homes of over $5 million won’t solve income inequality, but it could help boost the city’s coffers.
    3/24/2019 11:16:01 AM
  • Indiana Teachers Were Shot With Pellets During Active-Shooter Drill, Union Says

    The drill terrified teachers and left them with welts and bruises, the state’s largest teachers’ union said, calling for an end to such practices.
    3/24/2019 10:14:32 AM
  • N.C.A.A. Appeals Latest Antitrust Ruling

    The ruling this month cleared a path for some athletes to receive more compensation than they do now, but limited it to expenses “related to education.”
    3/24/2019 10:14:32 AM
  • Discovered After 70, Black Artists Find Success, Too, Has Its Price

    Once on the margins, older African-American artists are suddenly a hot commodity. They are relishing the attention while dealing with the market’s grueling demands.
    3/24/2019 10:14:31 AM
  • Its Territory May Be Gone, but the U.S. Fight Against ISIS Is Far From Over

    Thousands of Islamic State fighters are still at large in Iraq and Syria, rearming and regrouping. And the group pose threats elsewhere, in Afghanistan, West Africa and the Philippines.
    3/24/2019 10:14:31 AM
  • When a Phone App Opens Your Apartment Door, but You Just Want a Key

    Residents of a Manhattan building where tenants must use an app to open the lobby door have filed a lawsuit challenging the practice.
    3/24/2019 9:56:05 AM
  • Duke’s 1-2 Punch, Each Delivered With a Left Hand

    Zion Williamson and R.J. Barrett are the latest basketball stars to cause headaches for opponents by predominantly shooting and dribbling as lefties.
    3/24/2019 9:56:05 AM
  • An ISIS Couple’s Troubling Path to Terror Recruiting

    A well-educated pair from the Philippines have been captured in Syria after becoming high-profile recruiters for the terrorist group.
    3/24/2019 9:56:05 AM
  • The Week in Books

    The lives of Supreme Court justices, a poet’s treacherous trip to El Salvador, Mueller-related reading and more.
    3/24/2019 9:56:04 AM
  • Vows: And You Thought Your Family Was Modern

    George Arison and Robert Luo were looking for love. Both wanted a family in their future. Then they found each other. And an egg donor and two surrogates, too.
    3/24/2019 9:56:04 AM
  • The Rise and Rise of Death Online

    Murder, gore and violence have always found a home on the web, and according to experts, “these videos aren’t circulated by a few maladjusted individuals.”
    3/24/2019 9:56:03 AM
  • As Thailand Prepares to Vote, the Likely Winner Is Clear. But the Aftermath Isn’t.

    A populist party looks set to prevail on Sunday. But waiting in the wings, and even on the ballots, is the military.
    3/24/2019 9:35:33 AM
  • Trilobites: Sun Bears Mimic Each Other’s Faces. Scientists Didn’t Expect That.

    They are solitary mammals, but like primates and people, they seem to be able to read one another’s facial expressions.
    3/24/2019 9:25:17 AM
  • Trilobites: An Elusive Whale Is Found All Around the World

    Researchers are learning about a newly identified species of baleen whales, tracing sightings and sounds to learn that they stay mainly in tropical waters.
    3/24/2019 9:25:17 AM
  • Global Health: A Twin Inside a Twin: In Colombia, an Extraordinary Birth

    What appeared to be a cyst in a healthy fetus turned out to be an unformed twin “absorbed” early in pregnancy, connected by a second umbilical cord and still growing.
    3/24/2019 9:25:17 AM
  • An Alzheimer’s Drug Trial Gave Me Hope, and Then It Ended

    I was a small piece in the search to find a cure. Now I feel as if I’m getting erased, and medical science doesn’t have any answers.
    3/24/2019 9:25:16 AM
  • Mueller Report, Boeing, ISIS: Your Weekend Briefing

    Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.
    3/24/2019 9:25:16 AM
  • Explosion in Syria Kills Driver for NBC News Team

    The blast occurred hours after a U.S.-backed militia announced that the Islamic State had been routed from its last patch of Syrian territory.
    3/24/2019 6:34:59 AM
  • Cruise Ship Near Norway With Nearly 1,400 Passengers Is Being Evacuated

    Dramatic videos and photos on Twitter showed the ship listing, furniture sliding from one side to the other and water rushing on board.
    3/24/2019 3:34:29 AM
  • Israel Lobby Convenes in Washington Amid Fraying Bipartisanship and Rising Tension

    On the surface, the annual Aipac conference looks relatively unchanged. But recent actions by President Trump and rising criticism of Israel on the left are taking a toll.
    3/24/2019 3:34:29 AM
  • After a Deadly Ferry Accident, a Grim Vigil at an Iraqi Morgue

    At least 97 people have died in the accident, which turned a festive Kurdish New Year celebration this week into a scene of horror.
    3/24/2019 2:04:18 AM
  • Rafi Eitan, Israeli Spymaster Who Caught Eichmann, Is Dead at 92

    He led the team that seized the Nazi architect of the Final Solution in Argentina and later handled the American spy Jonathan Jay Pollard.
    3/24/2019 2:04:17 AM
  • Istanbul Dispatch: In Istanbul, Erdogan Remakes Taksim Square, a Symbol of Secular Turkey

    This popular urban patch has been a symbol of the secular republic for nearly 100 years, but six years after deadly protests there, contentious changes have begun to alter its character in major ways.
    3/23/2019 11:44:47 PM
  • ‘What We Do in the Shadows’ Revisits a Tale That Refuses to Die

    Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi, creators of the original mockumentary, talk about the new TV adaptation and the hassles of never dying.
    3/23/2019 11:34:33 PM
  • The End Is Nigh. Can Design Save Us?

    The Milan Triennial showcases projects by designers, architects and artists that highlight humanity’s troubled relationship to nature.
    3/23/2019 11:34:33 PM
  • Living Things, With No Bone or Tissue, Pose a Quandary for Museums

    A British museum has returned locks of an emperor’s hair to Ethiopia. But dealing with culturally sensitive objects is not always so simple.
    3/23/2019 11:34:33 PM
  • A Bite-Size Square of Canada’s History, Culture and Craving

    How the Nanaimo bar, a three-layer no-bake treat from British Columbia, conquered a nation’s palate.
    3/23/2019 11:34:32 PM
  • Luc Tuymans, Painting’s Savior, Tries Something New

    A major retrospective in Venice assembles more than 80 of the artist’s canvases, plus a huge mosaic of Italian marble.
    3/23/2019 11:34:32 PM
  • Britain Is Drowning Itself in Nostalgia

    Brexit has exposed my country as a solipsistic backwater.
    3/23/2019 11:05:45 PM
  • A Case for the Electoral College

    And why and how that case might fail.
    3/23/2019 11:05:44 PM
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