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02/20/2018 06:03 PM
Florida, Special Counsel, Syria: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

02/20/2018 04:07 PM
Asia and Australia Edition: Florida, Syria, Olympics: Your Wednesday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

02/20/2018 06:07 PM
Trump Moves to Regulate ‘Bump Stock’ Devices
The president asked the Justice Department to propose regulations that would ban “bump stocks,” which can convert a semiautomatic gun into an automatic weapon.

02/20/2018 06:51 PM
As Florida Students Head to State Capital, Lawmakers Fail to Take Up Assault Rifle Bill
Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where 17 people were killed last week, are traveling to the state capital to call for a ban on assault rifles.

02/20/2018 12:50 PM
Treating the Victims, and the Teenager Accused of Gunning Them Down
Emergency workers at a Florida hospital treated victims from last week’s mass shooting, and then they trained their attention on the man accused of the carnage.

02/20/2018 08:58 AM
Trump Tries to Shift Blame to Obama for Not Countering Russian Meddling
President Trump suggested that the Obama administration did not do enough to prevent the Kremlin’s influence campaign.

02/20/2018 05:46 PM
Former Skadden Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Lying in Russia Investigation
The attorney was interviewed by the special counsel about work he did in Ukraine with Rick Gates, who went on to serve on President Trump’s campaign.

02/19/2018 11:48 AM
How Unwitting Americans Encountered Russian Operatives Online
With imperfect English and tireless posting on Facebook and Twitter, Russian trolls summoned Americans to rallies, praised Donald J. Trump and played on political divisions.

02/20/2018 06:22 PM
On Social Media, Lax Enforcement Lets Impostor Accounts Thrive
Millions of “bots” posing as real users are promoting celebrities, spreading misinformation and sowing discord. And it’s far easier to build a bot than to kill one.

02/20/2018 06:42 PM
Syrian Bombardment Takes Its Deadliest Toll in Years
Syrian and Russian planes killed more than 150 in a rebel-held area near Damascus, and pro-government forces tried to bolster Kurds fighting Turkish forces in Afrin.

02/19/2018 04:29 PM
Kurdish Syria, Where the Fallen Find Fame
Syria’s Kurds venerate their war dead with enthusiasm and no expense spared, building battlefield morale. The living even take the names of the fallen.

02/20/2018 06:22 PM
Netanyahu Inquiry Expands, With New Bribery Allegations
The Israeli prime minister, already accused of accepting nearly $300,000 in bribes, could now face charges of obstructing justice.

02/20/2018 04:34 PM
New Netanyahu Corruption Allegations: The Details
Here is a rundown of the new allegations in the inquiry into the Israeli prime minister and his inner circle, according to the police and Israeli news reports.

02/20/2018 02:31 AM
Rob Porter’s Charisma and Ambition Disguised Flare-ups of Anger
The White House aide who resigned in a domestic abuse scandal that engulfed the White House was known for his ambition at Harvard and on Capitol Hill.

02/19/2018 02:27 AM
Tools of Trump’s Fixer: Payouts, Intimidation and the Tabloids
Beyond facilitating a $130,000 payment to silence a pornographic film actress, Donald Trump’s lawyer spent years making aggressive behind-the-scenes efforts to protect him.

02/19/2018 08:43 PM
White House Memo: White House Seeks to Move On From Abuse Scandal. But What Did It Learn?
A better-not-to-know approach in the White House allowed the Rob Porter problem to fester and raises questions about whether officials are capable of creating a better system.

02/20/2018 03:31 PM
Op-Docs: Arctic Boyhood
Coming of age on the Greenland tundra.

02/20/2018 02:58 PM
Op-Ed Contributor: The Destructive Dynamics of Political Tribalism
Anti-elite fervor in America bears a striking resemblance to the explosive tension between haves and have-nots all over the world.

02/20/2018 05:45 AM
Op-Ed Contributor: Missing Conservatism? Just Wait for a Democratic President
Republicans will complain again about overweening government, accelerating social change and American decline.

02/20/2018 05:45 AM
Op-Ed Columnist: The Madness of American Crowds
There’s nothing new about Trump, but that’s not necessarily reassuring.

02/19/2018 07:36 PM
Op-Ed Contributor: Tara Lipinski: It’s Time to Take Risks in the Rink Again
America’s female figure skaters came up under a system that rewarded clean skating over innovation. But that doesn’t produce champions.

02/19/2018 07:37 PM
Op-Ed Columnist: Respect First, Then Gun Control
One reaction to the Florida school shooting is the shaming of supporters of gun rights. But there’s a more productive approach.

02/19/2018 07:35 PM
Op-Ed Columnist: The Content of the G.O.P.’s Character
The personal is political: A bad-faith party attracts bad people.

02/19/2018 08:53 PM
Editorial: The Dirty Little Deals That Would Foul the Environment
Republicans are adding measures to appropriations bills that would gut protections of the air, water and landscape.

02/20/2018 11:00 AM
The Stone: What We Owe to Others: Simone Weil’s Radical Reminder
She believed we have obligations to attend to our fellow humans. How could that spirit change our politics?

02/20/2018 07:01 PM
Garlic Girls Take Over the Olympics, and Their Hometown Is Loving It
How to explain the sudden dominance of the bespectacled South Korean women’s curling team? “It’s definitely the power of the garlic.”

02/20/2018 07:13 PM
Women’s Downhill Live Results: Lindsey Vonn Aims to Reclaim Title
Vonn was the winner in 2010, but missed the 2014 Games because of an injury. Stay here for live updates and analysis.

02/20/2018 01:34 AM
Sports of The Times: How Mirai Nagasu Grew Up and Got Back to the Olympics
Mirai Nagasu was devastated when she was passed over for the 2014 Sochi Games. She nearly quit the sport, but then decided to write a new ending to her story.

02/20/2018 06:22 PM
Elizabeth Swaney, Viral Olympic Skier, Says She Put Her Whole Heart Into Her Halfpipe
“I don’t think I’ve ever been satisfied with my halfpipe runs, and I don’t think a lot of skiers are,” she said, after her Olympic halfpipe run drew attention.

02/20/2018 05:29 PM
Women’s Figure Skating Live Results: Russia Has a Pair of Aces
Evgenia Medvedeva, a two-time world champion, is the favorite for the gold medal, which begins with the short program. Stay here for live updates and analysis.

02/20/2018 07:31 PM
Louisville Must Forfeit Basketball Championship Over Sex Scandal
The program was ordered to vacate 123 victories, including two trips to the Final Four, as punishment for a case involving players and prostitutes.

02/20/2018 07:51 PM
Counting Calories Is Not the Key to Weight Loss, New Study Finds
People who cut back on added sugar, refined grains and processed foods lost weight without worrying about calories or portion size.

02/20/2018 07:53 PM
KFC Has a Problem in Britain: Not Enough Chicken
The company found itself struggling with shortages, with a hiccup in its supply chain forcing the closure of hundreds of outlets.

02/20/2018 06:57 PM
New York Times Leads Polk Winners With Four Awards
Among the winners of the annual journalism awards were reports on the Russia investigation and the #MeToo movement.

02/20/2018 05:20 PM
AT&T Loses Bid to Obtain White House Call Logs
The decision by a federal judge hampers the company’s argument that politics influenced the government’s move to block its $85 billion merger with Time Warner.

02/20/2018 02:47 PM
The Lone Star Long Shot Who Wants to Topple Ted Cruz
Representative Beto O’Rourke is making a long-shot bid to defeat Ted Cruz and become the first Democrat in Texas to win a statewide office since 1994.

02/20/2018 03:15 PM
Economic Scene: Come the Recession, Don’t Count on That Safety Net
Republicans seek a leaner welfare system tying government benefits to hard work. But such benefits are worthless when there is no work to be had.

02/20/2018 09:53 AM
Kenya’s Political Turmoil Is a Tale of Fathers and Sons
The fathers of Kenya’s president and opposition leader were political allies who became adversaries. In a sense, the sons are repeating their battles.

02/20/2018 04:42 PM
Why a Republican Plan for Paid Leave Has Stirred Concern About Social Security
A proposal would allow people to collect Social Security after a birth, but there’s a catch.

02/15/2018 10:55 AM
Kengo Kuma’s Architecture of the Future
Rejecting flashy forms in favor of buildings in harmony with their environment, the architect is trying to reinvent his entire trade.

02/20/2018 02:27 PM
Kobe Bryant Could Add an Oscar to His Record of Wins
The ex-basketball star worked with animation and music stars to make the short “Dear Basketball.” It’s an academy front-runner, though it’s drawn #MeToo protests.

02/20/2018 02:19 PM
Books of The Times: Marilynne Robinson’s Essays Reflect an Eccentric, Exasperating, Profound and Generous Mind
The essays in “What Are We Doing Here?” take aim at orthodoxies on all sides of civic and theological debates.

02/20/2018 12:08 PM
Want to Plan for Your Death and Funeral? Here’s How
Pre-need funeral plans can be complicated, so here is a primer on everything you’ll need to know.

02/07/2018 12:01 AM
Acne Can Increase the Risk for Depression
“It appears that acne is a lot more than just skin deep,” said one researcher. “It can have a substantial impact on overall mental health.”

02/20/2018 02:46 AM
Personal Health: The Importance of Infants’ Exposure to Micro-Organisms
Fewer scheduled cesarean deliveries and more breast-feeding could give babies more protective bacteria.

02/19/2018 03:11 AM
What to Do With a Day Off
Step one: Give yourself permission to actually take the day off.

02/07/2018 11:57 AM
Standing for 6 Hours Burns an Extra 54 Calories
You could lose over five pounds in a year by choosing to stand rather than sit — if you didn’t find other ways to make up for the calorie deficit.

02/20/2018 12:14 PM
Finding Produce in Alaska’s Long Winter Takes Wiles and Luck
Even in Anchorage, hunting down fresh fruit and vegetables can be like panning for gold. The smartest prospectors have a strategy.

02/20/2018 05:22 PM
3 Young People to Watch in Theater This Spring
Get to know the playwright Hammaad Chaudry, the 13-year-old actress Rileigh McDonald and the actor Andrew Burnap.

02/20/2018 04:00 AM
Lens: Where Fashion Photography Meets the Streets
Gareth Smit followed street-style photographer Phil Oh during New York Fashion Week.

02/20/2018 01:41 PM
A Whirlwind London Fashion Week With Adwoa Aboah
In two jam-packed days, the model and activist speaks about positive fashion, walks in Christopher Bailey’s final show for Burberry — and supports emerging designers.

02/20/2018 01:41 PM
Critic’s Notebook: How Balanchine Turns a Fairy Story Into Tragedy
Our dance critic walks us through the finale of George Balanchine’s “Divertimento From ‘Le Baiser de la Fée,’” the work of a master dramatist.

02/19/2018 04:32 PM
Doctors Said Immunotherapy Would Not Cure Her Cancer. They Were Wrong.
Scientists are racing to understand why immunotherapy drugs have worked for a few cancer patients when the medicines should have had no effect.

02/18/2018 08:32 PM
Advertising: Google Chrome Now Blocks Irksome Ads. That’s a Good Thing, Right?
The brower’s latest update filters out pop-up ads and other annoyances. It also strengthens Google’s grip on the web.

02/19/2018 03:36 PM
Out There: Astronomers’ Dark Energy Hopes Fade to Gray
The Wfirst project, which would have investigated the force of dark energy in the universe and searched for more planets, has been cut from NASA’s proposed budget.

02/19/2018 06:00 AM
Personal Health: Contraception for Teenagers
Although teenage pregnancy rates have declined, too many teens still use birth control methods incorrectly or inconsistently.



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