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How to Fall and Get Back Up

20 Jun 2019 12:24

It isn’t easy, but I have more than my own physical strength to rely on.

Trump’s Only Consistent Foreign Policy Goal Is to One-Up Obama

20 Jun 2019 12:24

He talks big but without strategic plans, as shown with Iran and North Korea.

Reparations: Reasonable and Right

20 Jun 2019 12:24

It is America’s responsibility to undo the trauma it has inflicted upon black people for hundreds of years.

Was the Downing of Flight MH17 State-Sponsored Murder?

20 Jun 2019 12:24

International investigators tied three Russians and a pro-Russian Ukrainian to the crime. They — and their sponsor — must be called to account.

Queer Dating Apps Are Unsafe by Design

20 Jun 2019 12:24

Privacy is particularly important for L.G.B.T.Q. people.

Are We Headed for War With Iran?

20 Jun 2019 12:24

And have conservatives given up on liberal democracy?

Democrats Can Win Florida in 2020

20 Jun 2019 12:24

But they have to work a lot harder and they have to do it now.

Trump and Iran May Be on a Collision Course, and It Could Get Scarier

20 Jun 2019 12:24

They’ve behaved recklessly and given themselves no face-saving escapes.

What ‘Chernobyl’ Teaches About Trump

20 Jun 2019 12:24

A country’s survival during a crisis depends on the credibility of its government.

The Supreme Court Is Showing an Instinct for Self-Preservation, at Least Until Next Year’s Election

20 Jun 2019 12:24

The court has passed on contentious cases about abortion and the rights of same-sex couples. Will it now drop the census case?

Trump’s Running Again. Still.

20 Jun 2019 12:24

Somebody seems to miss Hillary Clinton.

36 Hours of New York City Pride

20 Jun 2019 12:16

This year’s host of WorldPride offers a calendar packed with activities. So dive right in, but don’t skip some of the lower-key options (and save room for Frito pie).

Zion Williamson Is The Choosing One

20 Jun 2019 12:16

LeBron James was The Chosen One, a gift to basketball. As the heir to James’s cultivated power, Williamson can decide what the N.B.A. gives to him.

Before Trump and the Kardashians, Gloria Vanderbilt Invented the Personal Brand

20 Jun 2019 12:16

It used to be that the very rich avoided the spotlight at all costs. Then an heiress figured out how to sell her own story and changed all that forever.

Rising Temperatures Ravage the Himalayas, Rapidly Shrinking Its Glaciers

20 Jun 2019 12:16

A new analysis of satellite data concludes that Himalayan glaciers are melting much faster than before, posing grave risks to millions downstream.

With More Storms and Rising Seas, Which U.S. Cities Should Be Saved First?

20 Jun 2019 12:16

As the dangers and costs of climate change rise, policymakers are facing painful choices about how to decide which communities to protect.

Can Europe Wean Itself From Fossil Fuels? Its Leaders Are About to Decide

20 Jun 2019 12:16

European leaders from 28 countries will decide Thursday whether the E.U. will aim to get to net-zero emissions in the next 30 years.

Iran Shoots Down a U.S. Drone, Escalating Tensions

20 Jun 2019 12:15

Iran claimed that the surveillance aircraft had entered its airspace, which the U.S. military denied, as each side accused the other of aggression.

Xi Jinping Arrives in North Korea, With Many Eyes on Trump

20 Jun 2019 12:11

The Chinese leader met on Thursday with Kim Jong-un, in what American officials see as an attempt to gain leverage with President Trump on trade.

Climate, Reparations, Women’s World Cup: Your Thursday Briefing

20 Jun 2019 12:07

Here’s what you need to know.

She’s on a Hunger Strike in an Iranian Jail. He’s Joining In, From London.

20 Jun 2019 11:46

The husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who has been held in Iran since 2016, has camped out in front of the Iranian Embassy to demand her release.

Slack Wants to Replace Email. Is That What We Want?

20 Jun 2019 11:26

As the office chat start-up prepares to go public, some of us are still figuring out how available we want to be — and whether it’s O.K. to ping the C.E.O.

Cory Booker Proposes Clemency for Thousands of Nonviolent Drug Offenders

20 Jun 2019 11:25

Mr. Booker’s proposal, announced a week before the first 2020 primary debate, would be the broadest clemency initiative since the Civil War.

Cold Sesame Chicken to Satisfy a Constant Craving

20 Jun 2019 11:15

Boiled, then chilled, this sesame-and-soy-glazed chicken is perfect for picnics.

Overlooked No More: Claude Cahun, Whose Photographs Explored Gender and Sexuality

20 Jun 2019 11:15

Society generally considered women to be women and men to be men in early-20th-century France. Cahun’s work protested gender and sexual norms, and has become increasingly relevant.

Yo-Yo Ma’s Sister, Yeou-Cheng, Continues Her Family’s Legacy

20 Jun 2019 11:15

The Children’s Orchestra Society, founded by their father, is celebrating its 50th anniversary at Carnegie Hall this week.

The Youngest Known Child Separated From His Family at the U.S. Border Under Trump

20 Jun 2019 11:09

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A New Immigration Plan: ‘Remain in Mexico’

20 Jun 2019 11:09

The Trump administration is pushing an immigration policy that could profoundly change how asylum works in the United States.

TV Shows You Can Tolerate Watching With Your Kids

20 Jun 2019 11:09

Most television shows for children are terrible! Here are five decent ones.

5 Women Are Suing NY1, Claiming Age and Gender Discrimination

20 Jun 2019 11:08

Thursday: "In the media world, you can’t fight sexism without also fighting ageism,” a lawyer for the anchorwomen said.

A Trio of Unlikely Partners: Kim, Xi and Trump

20 Jun 2019 09:02

Their motives for getting together are deeply divergent, but the interests of the leaders of North Korea, China and the United States occasionally harmonize.

Judge Judy Is Still Judging You

20 Jun 2019 09:00

For more than 20 years, Judith Sheindlin has dominated daytime ratings — by making justice in a complicated world look easy.

New Judge in the 9/11 Trial at Guantánamo Inherits a Complex History

20 Jun 2019 09:00

Col. W. Shane Cohen could be the first judge to set a trial date for the five defendants charged in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.

These Animal Migrations Are Huge — and Invisible

20 Jun 2019 08:53

Swarms of insects move across continents each year. Scientists used radar to track one species and discovered a vast ecological force.

Parenting in Poverty

20 Jun 2019 08:53

I am far too familiar with the seemingly endless array of indignities and flavors of shame that come with living in poverty.

Browsing LinkedIn and Instagram to Put Herself in Readers’ Shoes

20 Jun 2019 08:53

People consume news in many ways, which is why Anna Dubenko’s job — editor of off-platform strategy — takes her to platforms where others go for a break from theirs.

An Anti-Aging Pill? Think Twice

20 Jun 2019 08:53

The diabetes drug metformin, sometimes taken to slow aging, may blunt the health benefits of exercise.

U.S. Might Be the World Cup’s Best Team. It Is Definitely the Best Draw.

20 Jun 2019 07:00

Fans have flocked to games featuring the U.S. women’s team at the World Cup, to the delight of cities fortunate enough to host them.

Late-Night Finds Trump Recycling Material at His Campaign Rally

20 Jun 2019 06:39

The late-night hosts pointed out that President Trump’s re-election rally on Tuesday borrowed from Joe Biden as well as his own 2016 playbook.

At Historic Hearing, House Panel Explores Reparations

20 Jun 2019 03:45

Hundreds of mostly black spectators descended on Capitol Hill for a hearing that exposed Washington’s cultural and ideological divides.

Biden and Democratic Rivals Exchange Attacks Over His Remarks on Segregationists

20 Jun 2019 03:37

Mr. Biden’s fond remarks about dealing with segregationist senators are raising questions about both his political past and his political acumen now in dealing with it.

David Ortiz Shooting Was Case of Mistaken Identity, Officials Say

20 Jun 2019 03:32

The shooting last week that left Ortiz wounded was actually intended to target a friend of his who was wearing a similar shirt, the authorities in the Dominican Republic said.

Louisiana Man Killed 3 ‘Random Victims’ in Two Days, Authorities Say

20 Jun 2019 02:40

The man, Sean Barrette, 22, faces murder charges after three men were shot and killed in vehicles in Metairie, outside of New Orleans. He’s also a suspect in a killing in the city.

A New Lincoln Bible, From a Mantel to a Presidential Library

20 Jun 2019 02:28

The Bible, given to a friend of Lincoln’s after his death, has remained out of sight, passed along from one generation to another, unknown to the vast array of scholars who have studied his life.

How a Dallas Photojournalist Captured an Image of a Gunman Mid-Attack

19 Jun 2019 20:57

“Was I in the right place at the wrong time, or was I in the wrong place at the right time?” the photojournalist, Tom Fox of The Dallas Morning News, said after a man opened fire at a federal courthouse.

U.K. Maverick Rory Stewart Knocked Out of Race for Party Leader

19 Jun 2019 19:54

Rory Stewart’s insurgent campaign had been a growing threat to the favorite, Boris Johnson, by shaking up the contest until lawmakers eliminated him.

The Evangelical, the ‘Pool Boy,’ the Comedian and Michael Cohen

19 Jun 2019 12:15

Jerry Falwell Jr. defied expectations when he supported Donald J. Trump in 2016. Now details are emerging about behind-the-scenes maneuvering before the endorsement.

People Are Taking Emotional Support Animals Everywhere. States Are Cracking Down.

19 Jun 2019 00:13

More Americans are saying they need a variety of animals — dogs, ducks, even insects — for their mental health. But critics say many are really just pets that do not merit special status.

How to Organize Your Messy Contacts List

18 Jun 2019 21:30

The contacts list on your phone is probably less a list of people you talk to and more a list of everyone you’ve ever talked to. Here’s how to clean it up.

Reintroducing Natalia Ginzburg, One of the Great Italian Writers of the 20th Century

18 Jun 2019 19:14

“The Dry Heart” presents a troubled marriage and a murder, and “Happiness, as Such” is about a man who flees home, leaving chaos in his wake.

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