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La Palma lava engulfs tree as it flows past house
La Palma's volcano continues to send lava to the sea
Volcano and quakes rock La Palma
An Afghan man films inside a mosque after a blast, in Kunduz, Afghanistan October 8, 2021.
At least 46 killed in bomb attack at Afghanistan mosque
Food stocks and farm buildings had been stolen or incarcerated
The ‘Garden of Eden’ village where hyenas eat human remains and locals are left to bury the bones
A fire breaks out at Estadi Nacional, Andorra. Preparations for England’s World Cup qualifier in Andorra were hit by a fire at the Estadi Nacional. The television gantry at the side of the 3,300-seater stadium was engulfed in flames on Friday afternoon, three hours after England had trained there. Picture date: Friday October 8, 2021.
Fire breaks out at Andorra’s home stadium a day before England’s World Cup qualifier
Total power outage in Lebanon as electricity grid shuts down after running out of fuel
French minister claims ‘not one euro has been paid’ by UK under deal to tackle migrant crossings
Broadcaster says anti-vaxxers turned up at his home – as workers urged to stay away from the office if they’re unwell | COVID latest
Taliban supporter who rents farm close to UK’s nuclear submarine base asked to leave
‘Whoever you are, you burned down the wrong gates’: Chris Packham defiant after arsonists target his home
Newborn baby rescued after nine hours at sea – as migrant says French police watched them leave
‘I’m gonna get in trouble’: Adele delights fans with sneak peek of new single
Calls for stronger COVID measures in schools after 270,000 secondary pupils infected last week
Russian alcohol poisoning case leaves 29 dead in a single week after drinking toxic spirits
‘Beyond a joke’: Anger in area of Kent at ‘how easy’ it is to cross Channel and walk into UK
US Capitol attack Panel ready to urge prosecution of Trump aides, says Schiff
Mark Meadows, Dan Scavino, Steve Bannon and Kash Patel all defying subpoenas under instruction from Trump
Panel ready to urge prosecution of Trump aides, says Schiff
Afghanistan US to send humanitarian aid, Taliban say
US to send humanitarian aid, Taliban say
‘We have to show courage’ The Philippines mothers taking Duterte and his ‘war on drugs’ to court
Up to 30,000 are believed to have died since the president urged police to start killing drug users – now their families want justice
The Philippines mothers taking Duterte and his ‘war on drugs’ to court
Antarctic Capsule of 1765 air reveals ancient histories hidden under ice
Capsule of 1765 air reveals ancient histories hidden under ice
Czech Republic President in hospital after shock election defeat for PM
President in hospital after shock election defeat for PM
Facebook Nick Clegg avoids questions on whistleblower Haugen’s testimony
Nick Clegg avoids questions on whistleblower Haugen’s testimony
US Global minimum corporate tax will pass Congress, treasury secretary says
Global minimum corporate tax will pass Congress, treasury secretary says
‘We are staying!’ Poles demonstrate in support of EU membership
Poles demonstrate in support of EU membership
Espionage US navy engineer charged with trying to sell nuclear submarine secrets
US navy engineer charged with trying to sell nuclear submarine secrets
Iraq Turnout at national election as low as 25% as many boycott polls
Turnout at national election as low as 25% as many boycott polls
Not boldly going William Shatner’s Blue Origin launch into space delayed
William Shatner’s Blue Origin launch into space delayed
‘It feels unreal’ Elation and trepidation as Sydney businesses reopen after long lockdown
Australia live newsMillions in New South Wales wake to new freedoms after 106 days of lockdown
Elation and trepidation as Sydney businesses reopen after long lockdown
New Zealand Country braces for rising cases as expert warns of potential explosion
Country braces for rising cases as expert warns of potential explosion
Anthony Fauci Vaccinated Americans can ‘go out there and enjoy Halloween’
Vaccinated Americans can ‘go out there and enjoy Halloween’
Covid by numbers 10 key lessons separating fact from fiction
Canada How tracking grizzly bears is helping veterans find way back from trauma
How tracking grizzly bears is helping veterans find way back from trauma
Under the table Australia’s dazzlingly diverse home cooking underground
Social media and online marketplaces have facilitated a boom in Australian home cooking businesses – but many operate without regulation
Australia’s dazzlingly diverse home cooking underground
‘Legally, nothing has changed’ Zelda Perkins says abusers still have the legal power to silence victims
Outrage ensued when Weinstein’s former PA revealed her non-disclosure agreement in 2017 but the expected reforms never came
Zelda Perkins says abusers still have the legal power to silence victims
Austria analysis Sebastian Kurz departure is further blow to Europe’s centre-right
Sebastian Kurz departure is further blow to Europe’s centre-right
Society How do we talk to teens about sex in a world of porn?
How do we talk to teens about sex in a world of porn?
Squid Game Show’s success reopens debate over who should pay for rising internet traffic
Show’s success reopens debate over who should pay for rising internet traffic
UK Met police drop investigation into Prince Andrew in Virginia Giuffre case
Met police drop investigation into Prince Andrew in Virginia Giuffre case
Europe ‘We are staying!’: Poles demonstrate in support of EU membership
‘We are staying!’: Poles demonstrate in support of EU membership
Middle East and North Africa Turnout at Iraqi national election sluggish as many boycott polls
Turnout at Iraqi national election sluggish as many boycott polls
Africa For African nations, capital punishment is a grim colonial legacy that lingers on
For African nations, capital punishment is a grim colonial legacy that lingers on
US Steve Scalise, No 2 House Republican, refuses to say election was not stolen
Steve Scalise, No 2 House Republican, refuses to say election was not stolen
Americas Agony of Ecuador’s brutal prison massacre endures for bereaved relatives
Agony of Ecuador’s brutal prison massacre endures for bereaved relatives
Asia Pacific Singapore’s new ‘foreign interference’ law leaves journalists like me with an impossible puzzle
Singapore’s new ‘foreign interference’ law leaves journalists like me with an impossible puzzle
Australia Australia Covid news live update: health minister says Victoria will open for summer; Everest race day doubles capacity to 10,000; NSW lockdown lifts
Australia Covid news live update: health minister says Victoria will open for summer; Everest race day doubles capacity to 10,000; NSW lockdown lifts
Turkey’s border wall and deported Haitians: human rights this fortnight – in pictures
Zimbabwean who cleared Falklands mines urges rethink on 75% cut to clearance programmes
Reports of physical and sexual violence as Libya arrests 5,000 migrants in a week
‘We just need food’: Manila’s newly homeless tell stories of survival in lockdown
England’s last Covid ‘red list’ restrictions confound South Americans
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Saudi aide accused of directing Khashoggi murder edges back to power
Saudi-backed Newcastle takeover as much about status as sportswashing
New Zealand snookered itself by calling time on its Covid elimination strategy
Huawei hopes US decision on Meng Wanzhou heralds new era in relations
Taiwan will not be forced to bow to China, says president
Lightning flashes over La Palma volcano as lava engulfs buildings
The red-hot eruption from the volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma was accompanied by flashes of lightning early on Saturday
Lightning flashes over La Palma volcano as lava engulfs buildings – video
Brazil: massive sandstorm smothers parts of São Paulo state – video
The storms were triggered by the worst drought to hit the country in nine decades
Brazil: massive sandstorm smothers parts of São Paulo state
Xi Jinping insists China will achieve ‘reunification’ with Taiwan
Moment Maria Ressa learns of Nobel peace prize win during Zoom call – video
Nobel peace prize winner Maria Ressa: ‘A world without facts means a world without truth’ – video
Thai restaurant makes waves as customers flock for flood dining – video
Thai restaurant makes waves as customers flock for flood dining – video
New Zealand braces for rising Covid cases as expert warns of potential explosion
Czech president in hospital after shock election defeat for PM
Biden administration delivers brusque message to Pakistan
US navy engineer charged with trying to sell nuclear submarine secrets
‘We are staying!’: Poles demonstrate in support of EU membership
Allen West, unvaccinated Republican running for governor in Texas, has Covid
Covid by numbers: 10 key lessons separating fact from fiction
‘We have to show courage’: the Philippines mothers taking Duterte and his ‘war on drugs’ to court
Harvey Weinstein PA says abusers still have the legal power to silence victims
How tracking grizzly bears is helping veterans find way back from trauma
‘Authoritarian-style’ law would allow Australia to use secret evidence to deport migrants
The latest revelations mark the beginning of the end for the House of Zuckerberg
New Ebola case worries Eastern Congo residents
India, China army leaders meet to defuse tensions
La Palma volcano eruption is strong 3 weeks later
Indian minister’s son held in killing of farmers
Taiwan wants ‘status quo’, not China’s path
Poles rally for EU membership they fear losing
‘Walk me home’ phone-tracker eyed to protect women
‘Squid Game’ becomes streaming phenomenon
Terror & tourism: Xinjiang eases grip, fears stay
Iranian authority mandates pregnant women be reported to prevent ‘criminal abortions’
Activists say the policy also aims to increase the country’s population.
Taliban say they won’t work with US to contain Islamic State
The Taliban have ruled out cooperation with the U.S. to contain extremist groups in Afghanistan
Czech president hospitalized; Could affect forming new govt
Czech President Milos Zeman has been rushed to the hospital a day after a parliamentary election in which he has a key role in establishing a new government
Pope to lawmakers: Climate change requires quick consensus
Pope Francis urges lawmakers to overcome “narrow confines” of partisan politics.
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Rare black bears spotted in Chinese mountain
Rejected giraffe raised by zookeepers in Australia
Bear wrestles with display pumpkin in Ontario
Vaccine protest, California oil spill, scenes from Afghanistan: Week in Photos
Afghan refugees, civilians face challenges 20 years since beginning of the war in Afghanistan
Dodgers win, cleanup continues in California, a puppy podium: World in Photos
Queen Elizabeth launches Commonwealth Games baton relay
Popular tourist destination, Island of Phuket finds ways to rebound amid COVID-19
North Korean leader calls for improved living conditions
UN, Bangladesh sign deal to aid Rohingya relocated to island
The United Nations and Bangladesh’s government have agreed to work together to help Rohingya refugees who live on an island in the Bay of Bengal
India, China army commanders meet to defuse border tensions
Tropical Storm Pamela forms off Mexico’s Pacific coast
Rare black bears spotted in Chinese mountain
Tunisia protest shows rift over president’s seizure of power
Several thousand demonstrators gathered in central Tunis to protest President Kaïs Saied’s recent consolidation of power, which his critics have called a coup
Tunisians demonstrate against Tunisian President Kais Saied in Tunis, Tunisia.
A doctor for former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili says his condition is deteriorating 10 days into a hunger strike that he started after being arrested when he returned to the country
‘Polexit’ fears spark large pro-EU protests across Poland
Large protests are being held across Poland to support EU membership.
Fire-ravaged Greek island of Evia hit by floods, mudslides
Jordan’s king vows to support Lebanon in meeting with PM
La Palma’s volcanic eruption is going strong 3 weeks later
Spain to evacuate more Afghan workers, families left behind
Car bomb in Yemen targets officials, kills six others
Thousands march in Brussels to demand tougher climate action
Merkel and Israel’s Bennett differ on Iran, Palestinians
Germany’s lame-duck chancellor, Angela Merkel, has received a warm welcome on a farewell visit to Israel
Calls rise in Italy to ban pro-fascism groups after rampage
Some politicians in Italy are calling for a ban on pro-fascism groups after anti-vaccine protesters, incited by leaders of the extreme right, stormed a union office in Rome
Taiwan rejects China’s ‘path’ amid show of military force
Controversial father of Pakistan nuclear bomb dies at age 85
Family members say Abdul Qadeer Khan, a controversial figure known as the father of Pakistan’s nuclear bomb, has died of COVID-19 following a lengthy illness
S Korea’s ruling party nominates maverick politician in race
Irish foreign minister warns of breakdown in EU-UK relations
Iran makes more 20% enriched uranium than watchdog reported
15 dead after Russian skydiver plane crashes
Libyan rivals ink initial deal on pullout of mercenaries
The U.N. says forces from Libya’s rival sides have reached an initial agreement.
Long-banned FaceTime calls apparently working in UAE
Terror & tourism: Xinjiang eases its grip, but fear remains
Colombian nun kidnapped in Mali in 2017 is freed
The conditions of her release have not been revealed.
Police arrest Indian minister’s son in killing of farmers
Nine people were killed in a deadly escalation of yearlong demonstrations.
UN officials say guards kill 6 migrants detained in Libya
Mali’s presidency says Colombian nun kidnapped by al-Qaida-linked militants in 2017 has been released
Ruling party narrowly loses Czech vote; PM Babis may be out
Rejected giraffe raised by zookeepers in Australia
Zookeepers at the Perth Zoo stepped in to hand raise a baby giraffe rejected by its mother.
Taliban say they won’t work with US to contain Islamic State
Bear wrestles with display pumpkin in Ontario
A black bear was spotted struggling to snack on a large display pumpkin on a resident’s porch after it had snacked on some other pumpkins.
Kurz to quit as Austrian chancellor amid corruption probe
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz says he plans to step down in an effort to defuse a government crisis triggered by prosecutors’ announcement that he is a target of a corruption investigation
German Chancellor Merkel arrives in Israel for final visit
Mexico’s Napa Valley protests against unfettered development
North Macedonia police seize counterfeit currency, arrest 2
Pope to lawmakers: Climate change requires quick consensus
US envoy: US asking Mexico to let in DEA and other agents
Russian Nobel winner: Peace Prize is for my paper, not me
As a new Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Russian newspaper editor Dmitry Muratov has downplфyed the buzz around his name
More than 100 dead or missing after boat accident in Congo
Bolivia: 6 killed in air force plane crash in Amazon jungle
A Bolivian air force plane crashed in the Amazon jungle in northeast Bolivia on Saturday, killing all six people on board
Sebastian Kurz says he plans to step down as Austrian chancellor, foreign minister to take his place
Man pulled alive from rubble of collapsed Georgian building
Rescue workers combing through the rubble of a collapsed apartment building in the Georgian city of Batumi have pulled out a man still alive more than a full day later
Results: Prime Minister Andrej Babis’ centrist party has narrowly lost the Czech Republic’s parliamentary election
Eastern Congo residents worried amid new Ebola case
It’s only five months since the country declared an end to the last outbreak.
Lebanon’s 2 main state power plants shut down, out of fuel
Green leader: ‘Long way’ to go in talks to form German govt
A leader of the Greens say the multiparty talks on forming a new German government have “a long way to go” and will have to bridge significant policy differences
Syria’s Assad allows exiled uncle to return to avoid prison
A Syrian pro-government newspaper says that President Bashar Assad has allowed his exiled uncle back into Syria to avoid a four-year prison term in France, where he spent more than 30 years
America’s complicated history with immigration
Dramatic images from the Hong Kong protests
Repatriated refugees at Syrian camp could stem ISIS resurgence: General
The children of Syria devastated by a decade of civil war
US carries out airstrike against Iranian-backed militia in Syria
‘It’s Not Sustainable’: What America’s Port Crisis Looks Like Up Close
At the Port of Savannah, the third-largest container port in the U.S., a staggering pileup of cargo attests to the chaos in global shipping.
What once seemed like a temporary phenomenon is increasingly viewed as a new reality that could require refashioning the world’s shipping infrastructure.
Shadow Inflation Is Taking Place All Around Us
Some companies haven’t been raising prices. Instead, they’ve been cutting back customer services and conveniences, but how should that be measured?
Major Climate Action Is at Stake in Fight Over Bills Pending in Congress
Together, they contain what would be the most significant climate action ever taken by the U.S., but the future of both bills remains in question.
Flooded homes in Waverly, Tenn., in August.
Black Lives Matter, She Wrote. Then ‘Everything Just Imploded.’
A Black superintendent’s email to parents after the killing of George Floyd engulfed a small, predominantly white Maryland community in a firestorm.
A Year After ‘Defund,’ Police Departments Get Their Money Back
The abrupt reversals have come in response to rising levels of crime in major cities, the exodus of officers and political pressures.
Andrea Kane on her last day as superintendent of schools in Queen Anne’s County, Md.
Andrea Kane on her last day as superintendent of schools in Queen Anne’s County, Md. Michael A. McCoy for The New York Times
The Hot New Back-to-School Accessory? An Air Quality Monitor.
Parents are sneaking carbon dioxide monitors into their children’s schools to determine whether the buildings are safe.
‘Go out there and enjoy Halloween,’ Dr. Fauci says.
Pfizer to vaccinate entire city in Brazil as part of study.
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U.S. Navy Engineer Charged in Attempt to Sell Nuclear Submarine Secrets
Jonathan Toebbe and his wife tried several times to pass information on submarine technology to a foreign government, according to a criminal complaint.
Two Journalists Started an Argument in Boston in 1979. It’s Not Over Yet.
A writer for an alt-weekly called out a Boston Globe editor in a column that reads as if it were written yesterday, our media columnist Ben Smith writes.
In 1979, Alan Berger, then a media columnist for the Real Paper in Boston, wrote a column about the limits of journalistic “objectivity.”
10 Years After the Arab Spring: ‘What Have We Done With Democracy?’
Tunisia, the birthplace of the pro-democracy uprisings that swept the Arab world, now looks to many like a final confirmation of failed promise.
A Tunis cafe in September. A decade after their democratic revolution, many Tunisians welcomed it when their president moved against Parliament.
After Whistle-Blower Goes Public, Facebook Tries Calming Employees
Employees are divided over Frances Haugen, a former product manager who testified that the company was putting profit before safety.
Back in Lesbian Paradise, at Long Last
The Dinah Shore Weekend, an annual festival for queer women, returned to Palm Springs after a two-year hiatus, this time with more energy than usual.
The Rich Have Found Another Way to Pay Less Tax
Does Instagram Harm Girls? No One Actually Knows.
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What the Malaria Vaccine Means for Africa
How to Help Prepare Kids for Suffering
Joe Manchin’s Choices on Family Policy
Kara Swisher
Trouble Comes for Big Tech
Stop the Debt Ceiling Nonsense
Abortion Rights and Trans Rights Are Two Sides of the Same Coin
The Supreme Court v. Reality
Politicians Should Stop Acting Like They’re in the N.F.L.
David Shor Is Telling Democrats What They Don’t Want to Hear
Bill Clinton, Race and the Politics of the 1990s
These hobbies have literally preserved my sanity through some of the darkest periods of my life, Sutton Foster writes in “Hooked.”
For Sutton Foster, Crochet Is a Survival Tactic
In her new book, “Hooked,” the Broadway and “Younger” actor opens up about how she collaged and cross-stitched her way out of anxiety and loss.
Do We Really Want Nonstop Action From Football?
Eric Coomer, former director of product strategy and security for Dominion Voting Systems.
A man who became the “perfect villain” for voting conspiracists.
Do we need to redefine the American dream of owning a single-family home?
Virtual Event: The Immortality Industry
After Killings, U.K. Asks: Should Misogyny Be a Hate Crime?
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says an emphatic no, but rights groups argue that it would further protect women who face violence at the hands of men.
Cut-out silhouettes in London representing women killed by police officers.
For One Bill Cosby Juror, the Work Did Not End With the Trial
Stunned by what she learned about the law during deliberations, Cheryl Carmel is lobbying for consent to have a clear definition: an unequivocal “yes.”
A Coach’s Vaccine Refusal Generates Discord at Washington State
Nick Rolovich’s job could be in jeopardy if he does not get vaccinated or receive an exemption, as required of state employees and students.
Why Texas May Not Be a Perfect Match for Tesla
While Elon Musk and the state’s conservative lawmakers share libertarian sensibilities, they differ greatly on climate change.
Southwest Airlines’ Widespread Cancellations Disrupt Travel
Mysterious Boom Shakes New Hampshire and Massachusetts
U.S. Men’s Soccer Suffers First Defeat in World Cup Qualifying
Nurse Dies After She Is Knocked to Ground in Times Square
No Charges for Passenger Who Prompted La Guardia Emergency Landing
1 Killed and at Least 14 Wounded in Minnesota Bar Shooting
How to Use Rapid Home Tests (Once You Find Them)
Eating Disorders in Teens Have ‘Exploded’ in the Pandemic
How to Prepare Little Kids to ‘Fall Back’
The ceramist Prue Piper in her studio in Somerset, England, surrounded by shelves filled with her colorful vessels, among them a jug (middle row, left of the door) depicting the Green Man.
A Ceramist Inspired by Folklore and the British Countryside
In Somerset, the artist Prue Piper has spent decades forging connections between her pottery, her garden and the myths entwined with the landscape.
A Chemist’s Pandemic Hobby: Firing Medieval Cannonballs
Gunpowder used in cannons helped change the nature of warfare, but it took a while to get the recipe just right.
Evan Osnos’s “Wildland” and Alec Ross’s “The Raging 2020s” take different paths to arrive at the same worrisome conclusion about the country’s future.
How Comics Reacted to Our Locked-Down, Anxious Lives
In his latest Graphic Content column, Ed Park looks at three books that have emerged from the months of pandemic.
Depression and Anxiety’s Devastating Impact on the Body
What happens inside a person’s head can have damaging effects throughout the body, as well as the other way around.
Kate Sears for The New York Times
Sheet-Pan Chicken Chilaquiles
How to Choose the Best Running Shoes for You
They’re the ones you won’t think much about once you’re on the road. Finding them may take trial and error. Here’s how to get started.
Get a Good Ice Cube Tray. It Will Change Your Life.
Our pick includes a rigid plastic lid for easy stacking and smell-prevention. You’ll never go back to whatever inferior tray you’re using now.
Is the New Nintendo Switch OLED Worth It?
Serious gamers should consider this beautiful iteration of Nintendo’s handheld, but it’s more than most people need.
Learn More About Wirecutter
The Times’s product recommendation service tests thousands of items each year to help you find the best of everything.
How many words can you make with 7 letters?
Get clued in with wordplay, every day.
“For our first boat to get through a Category 4 hurricane without any damage is phenomenal from an engineering perspective,” the chief executive of Saildrone said.
‘Saildrone’ Footage Offers Rare Peek Inside a Category 4 Hurricane
The 23-foot crewless vessel pierced the eyewall of Hurricane Sam and captured stunning images as the storm barreled through the Atlantic Ocean.
Pilgrims embarking for the New World, 1620.
Joe Klein Explains How the History of Four Centuries Ago Still Shapes American Culture and Politics
David Hackett Fischer’s “Albion’s Seed,” published in 1989, describes today’s United States with stunning prescience.
Researchers have found that hair loss from aging results from stem cells escaping hair follicles.
Losing Your Hair? You Might Blame the Great Stem Cell Escape.
By observing mouse hair follicles, scientists discovered an unexpected mechanism of aging. “If I didn’t see it with my own eyes I wouldn’t believe it,” one said.
The Garbo of the Senate leaves Democrats confused and angry.
TV and Movies Are Finally Celebrating Older Women
Until quite recently, anything past age 40 was considered ancient in Hollywood years. At long last, that’s starting to change.
Buildings meant to accommodate Rohingya refugees at Bhasan Char, Bangladesh, in the Bay of Bengal.
They Were Promised a New Home. Then They Tried to Escape It.
Where Parents Have Abducted Their Own Children in a Bid for Custody
Austrian Political Scandal Leaves Europe’s Conservatives in Need of New Path
The increase in funding for Dallas police is expected to add a net total of 100 officers over the next two years.
A Year After ‘Defund’, Police Departments Get Their Money Back
The College Admissions Scandal: Where Some of the Defendants Are Now
Candidate for ‘Mayah’ Proudly Leans Into Her Boston Sound
A Virginia-class attack submarine in Hawaii last month. Nuclear propulsion technology used in U.S. submarines is highly sought after.
U.S. Navy Engineer Charged in Attempt to Sell Nuclear Submarine Secrets
Iraqis’ Frustration Over Broken Promises Keeps Voter Turnout Low
Black Lives Matter, She Wrote. Then ‘Everything Just Imploded.’
Maria Ambrocio, second from right, with her co-workers at Bayonne Medical Center in April 2020.
Nurse Dies After She Is Knocked to Ground in Times Square
For the First Time in 232 Years, a Black Prosecutor Leads a Storied Office
The 40-Year Mystery of Smutty Smiff and the Missing Rockabilly Bass
‘It’s Not Sustainable’: What America’s Port Crisis Looks Like Up Close
James Bond Returns and Theaters See Reason for Hope
Two Journalists Started an Argument in Boston in 1979. It’s Not Over Yet.
Frances Haugen, a former Facebook product manager turned whistle-blower, testifying before a Senate subcommittee last week.
After Whistle-Blower Goes Public, Facebook Tries Calming Employees
Lawmakers See Path to Rein In Tech, but It Isn’t Smooth
Lifestyles of the Rich and Gullible: Theranos and Ozy Edition
A heart-nosed bat, left, and two slit-faced bats roosting at the top of a latrine sidewall.
When You Go to the Loo, a Bat Might Go Boo
This Chemist’s Pandemic Hobby? Firing Medieval Cannonballs.
First, Impressive Vaccines for Covid. Next Up: The Flu.
Packers kicker Mason Crosby, left, hit a 49-yard field goal in overtime to beat the Bengals. It was his fourth attempt at a game-winning field goal on Sunday.
What We Learned From Week 5 in the N.F.L.
A Coach’s Vaccine Refusal Generates Discord at Washington State
Happy to Pitch for the Rays, Team U.S.A. or Westcott Properties
Abdul Qadeer Khan in 2004. To millions of Pakistanis, he was a national hero. To the C.I.A., he was one of the more dangerous men on earth.
Abdul Qadeer Khan, Father of Pakistan’s Nuclear Program, Dies at 85
Gen. Raymond T. Odierno Dies at 67; Oversaw Iraq Surge
Richard Schultz, Designer Who Made the Outdoors Modern, Dies at 95
A menu in the form of a QR code. For some customers, it’s a nice feature. For others uncomfortable with new technology, it’s a customer inconvenience.
There Is Shadow Inflation Taking Place All Around Us
The New Jobs Numbers Are Pretty Good, Actually
2021 N.F.L. Playoff Picture: Each Team’s Playoff Chances
President Joe Biden during a tour of the wind turbines at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, in Arvada, Colo., last month.
Major Climate Action at Stake in Fight Over Twin Bills Pending in Congress
6 Aspects of American Life Threatened by Climate Change
China’s Power Crunch Exposes Tensions Ahead of Key U.N. Climate Summit
Gamal Abdelaziz, a former casino executive, was convicted in a scheme to have his daughter admitted to U.S.C. as a top-ranked basketball recruit even though she did not make the varsity team in high school.
2 Parents Are Convicted in the Varsity Blues Admissions Trial
De Blasio to Phase Out N.Y.C. Gifted and Talented Program
With Masks On or Off, Schools Try to Find the New Normal
The Hot New Back-to-School Accessory? An Air Quality Monitor.
First, Impressive Vaccines for Covid. Next Up: The Flu.
A New Vaccine Strategy for Children: Just One Dose, for Now
Acknowledging the Missing and Those Who Try to Find Them
How a Tip to Obituaries Breathed New Life Into a Decades-Old Mystery
Black History, Continued: Homecoming, a Times Virtual Event
Join Us for a Conversation on the Business of Longevity
The Best of the Book Review: A Virtual Event Celebrating 125 Years
Democrats, You’re in Danger
What the Malaria Vaccine Means for Africa
Sex Positivity, Pornography and Feminism
Joe Manchin’s Choices on Family Policy
Democrats, You’re in Danger
The Supreme Court v. Reality
Stop the Debt Ceiling Nonsense
What the Malaria Vaccine Means for Africa
Abortion Rights and Trans Rights Are Two Sides of the Same Coin
How to Help Prepare Kids for Suffering
What Killed the Blue-Collar Struggle for Social Justice
Was Worse Than We Knew
Sinema Stars in Her Own Film
Phoebe Robinson said her career models had shifted from comics like Wanda Sykes to multihyphenates like Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling.
Give Phoebe Robinson the Title She Deserves: Boss
Kim Kardashian West Takes Aim at Herself in ‘S.N.L.’ Monologue
For One Bill Cosby Juror, the Work Did Not End With the Trial
Left to right, painting by Luis Frangella, “Dreamer” (1983); Matthew Langan-Peck, “4 Baskets 4” (2021), “4 Baskets 2” (2021). Through arch: mixed media by Hadi Fallahpisheh. Wall, right, Robin Graubard’s photographs, “Peripheral Vision” (1979-2021). Kristi Cavataro’s rolled stained glass sculpture “Untitled” (2021), at “Greater New York,” MoMA PS1 in Queens.
‘Greater New York,’ a Show of the Moment, Dwells in the Radical Past
After Lives Fraught With Pain, Housing That Says ‘You’re Worthy’
Jenny Saville’s Nudes Bring Renaissance Masters Down to Earth
Daniel Craig as James Bond in “No Time to Die.”
‘No Time to Die’ Review: His Word Is His Bond
Bonding With Léa Seydoux
‘The Rescue’ Review: Going All In on a Risky Mission
“I haven’t had a movie premiere in a really long time,” Kim Kardashian West said during her opening monologue on “S.N.L.,” one of many winking jokes she made at her own expense.
Kim Kardashian West Takes Aim at Herself in ‘S.N.L.’ Monologue
How the ‘Succession’ Star Nicholas Braun Elevates Cousin Greg
‘Ted Lasso’ Recap, Season 2, Episode 12: Nate Makes a Choice
“I start the day lying and end with the truth,” Mitski sings on “Working for the Knife.”
Mitski’s Sharp Take on a Creative Life, and 12 More New Songs
A Polish Rapper Goes From Scandal to Superstar
Review: The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Returns, With Gusto
From left, Ebony Marshall-Oliver, Michael Urie, Devere Rogers, Norm Lewis, Cleo King and Alana Raquel Bowers in Douglas Lyons’s “Chicken & Biscuits” at Circle in the Square Theater.
Review: In ‘Chicken & Biscuits,’ a Sweet but Dated Comedic Recipe
For Sutton Foster, Crochet Is a Survival Tactic
First Up in La MaMa’s Return: Strange, Enchanting Puppetry
Fairchild: “This is not about getting to a show. This is about coming in each day and having the opportunity to get to dance and be here with each other.”
The Road Back: ‘How Am I Ever Going to Dance Again?’
Review: In ‘Herstory of the Universe,’ Ancient Myths Are Brought to Life
Review: Lindy Hopping Into the Present With Caleb Teicher and Co.
A Powerful Story of Coming to America, Finding Promise and Paradox
Paradise Was Lost. She’s Telling Its Stories.
Abdulrazak Gurnah Is Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature
Dasani Coates in 2013, when she was the subject of a front-page series in The New York Times, and in September 2021.
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Stella McCartney, spring 2022.
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Britain expanded the list of vaccination certificates it recognizes from other countries and territories, but certificates from many nations in Africa and South America remain excluded.
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A high-profile defector opens up on Kim’s N Korea
A former colonel describes a leadership making cash by any means, from drug factories to illegal arms deals.
Kim Jong-un wages war on slang, jeans and films
The South Koreans enslaved in the North’s mines
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Sydney celebrates end of 107-day lockdown
Australia’s biggest city passed a key vaccination target, allowing people to enjoy new freedoms.
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Milos Zeman is in intensive care the day after a surprise opposition win in parliamentary elections.
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US couple accused of selling nuclear sub secrets
A US Navy nuclear engineer and his wife allegedly sold the secret data to an undercover FBI agent.
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen gestures during the Taiwan National Day celebrations in Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan won’t bow to China pressure, leader says
Tsai Ing-wen’s speech comes a day after China’s President Xi vowed to complete “reunification”.
Protests in favour of EU membership in Poland
Mass protests in Poland amid EU law controversy
Demonstrations backing EU membership take place nationwide amid fears Poland could leave the bloc.
An Iraqi woman walks next to election campaign posters for candidates in Baghdad, Iraq
Iraqis vote in polls triggered by mass protests
Abdul Qadeer Khan
‘Father of Pakistan’s nuclear bomb’ dies aged 85
Afghan women footballers arriving in Pakistan after the Taliban takeover in September 2021
UK to resettle teenage Afghan women footballers
Pope Francis leads a mass for the Synod of Bishops opening at St Peter’s Basilica on October 10, 2021 in Vatican City, Vatican.
Pope launches consultation on Church reform
Migrants discovered by Guatemalan police.
Over 100 migrants freed from abandoned container
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Young baseball players using Muse headbands
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Condom removal during sex banned in California
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Thomas Sankara at a summit in 1983.
Who killed ‘Africa’s Che Guevara’?
Lava burns building
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Nobel winner Dmitry Muratov
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People survey damage to mosque
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Tracking China’s steel addiction in one city
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Is the UK on track to meet its climate targets?
Sydney celebrates end of 107-day lockdown
People sit at a restaurant in inner-city Sydney on the first day of the city’s reopening
Australia’s biggest city passed a key vaccination target, allowing people to enjoy new freedoms.
Manjula Pradeep addressing a gathering of tribals and Dalits in 2015 in Gujarat.
Manjula Pradeep has spent three decades helping India’s Dalit women speak up for justice.
Campaigners call for an inquiry into the rate of suicides among young asylum seekers in the UK.
Condom removal during sex banned in California
Stock image of a hand holding a condom
Victims of “stealthing” risk sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy. Now they can sue offenders.
A former colonel describes a leadership making cash by any means, from drug factories to illegal arms deals.
Kildare woods to be searched in missing women case
Irish police say the operation is linked to the “disappearance of women in the Leinster area”.
Mass protests in Poland amid EU law controversy
Protests in favour of EU membership in Poland
Demonstrations backing EU membership take place nationwide amid fears Poland could leave the bloc.
US couple accused of selling nuclear sub secrets
USS Connecticut in Washington, 2016
A US Navy nuclear engineer and his wife allegedly sold the secret data to an undercover FBI agent.
Iraqis vote in polls triggered by mass protests
An Iraqi woman walks next to election campaign posters for candidates in Baghdad, Iraq
The election was brought forward by six months in response to unprecedented nationwide unrest.
Czech president in hospital amid election upheaval
President Milos Zeman
Milos Zeman is in intensive care the day after a surprise opposition win in parliamentary elections.
Afghan women footballers arriving in Pakistan after the Taliban takeover in September 2021
The UK agrees to give visas to the women’s development team and families who had to flee Afghanistan.
The most dangerous man in the world?
Nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan pictured outside his residence in Islamabad in 2009
Western spies branded AQ Khan as dangerous as bin Laden – but many in Pakistan saw him as a hero.
St Patrick’s Church of Ireland cathedral in County Armagh
A Fianna Fáil TD says it is unnecessary to send two delegates to a centenary church service.
Taiwan won’t bow to China pressure, leader says
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen gestures during the Taiwan National Day celebrations in Taipei, Taiwan, 10 October 2021.
Tsai Ing-wen’s speech comes a day after China’s President Xi vowed to complete “reunification”.
The total number of coronavirus-linked deaths in NI since the start of the pandemic is 2,588.
Power returns to Lebanon after 24-hour blackout
An oil tanker carrying fuel oil from Iraq, is seen anchored near the Zahrani power plant in Zahrani near the southern Lebanese city of Sidon (Saida)
A total outage of the country’s electricity grid ends after the government secures fuel.
Pope meets Colombian nun after Mali kidnap release
Gloria Narvaez after her release.
Gloria Cecilia Narváez was abducted by Islamist militants in 2017 while working as a missionary.
More than 1,100 migrants cross Channel in two days
A Border Force vessel intercepts a group of people thought to be migrants in a small boat off the coast of Dover in Kent in September 2021
French authorities prevented 414 people from making the crossing, the Home Office says.
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As Democrats ponder trimming a $3.5 trillion social safety net bill, a proposal to limit programs has led to debate on the meaning of government itself.
Liberals argue the bill’s benefits should be available to everyone, but centrists like Senator Joe Manchin want to limit them to those who need it most.
Democrats are debating how many families should be eligible for child care subsidies, among other issues.
Democrats are debating how many families should be eligible for child care subsidies, among other issues. Kirsten Luce for The New York Times
Kyrsten Sinema Is Said to Want $100 Billion Cut From Climate Plans
The Arizona senator, who started in politics as an environmentalist, is one of two Democrats who could make or break President Biden’s spending plan.
Senator Mitch McConnell said he won’t help raise the debt ceiling in December, reviving the threat of a default.
Global Deal to End Tax Havens Moves Ahead as Nations Back 15% Rate
More than 130 countries agreed to set a minimum tax rate of 15 percent as governments look to end a race to the bottom on corporate taxation.
Jobs Report Offers Little Reassurance on U.S. Economy
The gain of 194,000 in September showed the continuing grip of the latest coronavirus wave, though unemployment fell to 4.8 percent.
Analysis: The jobs report fell far short of analyst expectations, but it’s not as bad as it looks. Here’s why.
Most Abortions in Texas Are Banned Again After Court Ruling
A federal appeals court panel temporarily reinstated the law that bans most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy while it considers a district judge’s ruling.
Three generations of women held signs at a rally at the Texas State Capitol on Saturday.
Three generations of women held signs at a rally at the Texas State Capitol on Saturday. Ilana Panich-Linsman for The New York Times
Jan. 6 Panel Threatens to Pursue Charges Against Steve Bannon
Mr. Bannon’s refusal to comply with a subpoena came as the White House declined to extend executive privilege to some of former President Trump’s records.
Trump Hotel Lost Money Despite Lobbyist Spending, Documents Show
House investigators released data revealing that the Washington hotel lost $74 million from 2016 to 2020, a figure disputed by the Trump Organization.
2 Parents Are Convicted in the Varsity Blues College Admissions Trial
A private equity financier and a former casino executive were found guilty for participating in a scheme to get their children into college.
John Wilson, left, a private equity financier, and Gamal Abdelaziz, a former casino executive.
John Wilson, left, a private equity financier, and Gamal Abdelaziz, a former casino executive. Brian Snyder/Reuters, left; CJ Gunther/EPA, via Shutterstock
Florida Education Board Punishes School Districts Over Mask Mandates
Eight districts were targeted for not following instructions from the state that make masks optional. Catch up on Covid news.
Fragmented rules about vaccines, apps and required documentation have left international travelers frustrated.
To get to 107 wins, the San Francisco Giants needed everyone to step up. It can feel chaotic, but it’s all part of the plan.
LaMonte Wade Jr.’s six game-tying or go-ahead hits in the ninth inning or later this season were the most by a player in 40 years.
LaMonte Wade Jr.’s six game-tying or go-ahead hits in the ninth inning or later this season were the most by a player in 40 years. Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images
A Brief History of the Dodgers and Giants Rivalry
The Dodgers and the Giants have been battling for 133 seasons. A division series between them should provide bragging rights for years to come.
With a textbook win, the Astros took a commanding 2-0 series lead over the White Sox.
Rowdy Tellez’s two-run homer helped lift Milwaukee to a 1-0 series lead over Atlanta.
The Film Industry Wants to Keep the Status Quo? Then Shut It Down.
When Reputation Matters, Leaks Like the Pandora Papers Can Be Very Effective
To Combat Gun Violence, Clean Up the Neighborhood
Tech Jobs Are Everywhere Now
Lamont Marcell Jacobs won Olympic gold for Italy in the 100-meter dash and 400-meter relay.
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A Surprise Sports Hero Broadens Italy’s Image of Itself
Lamont Marcell Jacobs was not well known heading into the Olympics but emerged as the world’s top sprinter, with two gold medals.
Homer Simpson wearing a look from the summer 2020 Balenciaga show in a 10-minute episode of “The Simpsons.”
Homer Simpson Was Made for Fashion
Tilda Swinton is an Englishwoman living in Colombia in “Memoria.”
Is Moviegoing Undemocratic?
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Nobel Peace Prize Goes to 2 Journalists for Protecting Freedom of Expression
Maria Ressa and Dmitri Muratov were honored by the Nobel Committee for “their courageous fight” in the Philippines and Russia.
ISIS Bomber Kills Dozens at Shiite Mosque in Northern Afghanistan
The Islamic State Khorasan claimed responsibility for the attack, continuing its campaign of predation against the Hazara Shiite minority.
Damage inside a mosque after a bombing in Kunduz Province in northern Afghanistan on Friday.
Damage inside a mosque after a bombing in Kunduz Province in northern Afghanistan on Friday. Abdullah Sahil/Associated Press
Raiders Coach Made Racist Comment About N.F.L. Players’ Union Chief
Jon Gruden, the coach of the Las Vegas Raiders, used a racist stereotype in a 2011 email to describe DeMaurice Smith, who is Black.
De Blasio to Phase Out New York City’s Gifted and Talented Program
Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled a plan to replace the program that has become a symbol of racial disparities in schools. It will be up for his successor to implement it.
Apple Appeals App Store Ruling in Fight With Epic Games
Biden Signs Bill to Compensate Victims of ‘Havana Syndrome’
Argentina Court Dismisses Criminal Case Against Kirchner
Police Standoff With Man in a Tree Ends on the Third Day
Yellowstone Tourist Jailed for Close Encounter with Bears
At Mexico-U.S. Security Talks, Migration Question Is Avoided
Can a Good-Enough Marriage Make for a Great Divorce?
How to Help Kids Open Up About Anything
Is Your Child an Orchid, a Tulip or a Dandelion?
Katy Stenta plays Monopoly with one of her three sons, while another carves a pumpkin. She has had trouble finding child care during the pandemic.
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Moms Are Back to Work, But Child Care Resources Are ‘Laughable’
“He’s like the representative of our generation,” said one fan of Mata, the 21-year-old Polish rapper.
Mata has been called the voice of Polish youth for songs about teen struggles that have grabbed the attention of his politically divided country.
A group of little auks or dovekies (Alle alle) at their nesting site on a rocky hillside at Varsolbukta in Bellsund, which is a 20 km long sound and part of the Svalbard archipelago of Norway.
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How the Animal World Is Adapting to Climate Change
In “Hurricane Lizards and Plastic Squid,” Thor Hanson looks at the evolutionary shifts already taking place as ecosystems and weather patterns change.
Joy Crookes’s Introspective Soul Digs Deep Beneath Her ‘Skin’
The 22-year-old British-Irish-Bangladeshi musician is releasing a debut album that makes a strong statement about her identity.
Jamaica, unable to field many of its new British-based players, crumbled in the second half against the United States.
For Jamaica, a Surplus of Talent and a Lack of Time
Jamaica recruited a crop of British-based players to bolster its World Cup qualifying campaign. The question now: Can it quickly mold them into a team?
Aboard the Australian team’s boat in August. The helmsman is called the driver.
The catamarans use wings, not sails, and hydrofoils help the boat fly over the water. It’s like a fast video game, with consequences.
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Neal Sher, left, at a conference in London in 1997 concerning gold looted by Germany in World War II. For 11 years Mr. Sher was the top U.S. official dedicated to hunting down former Nazis living in the United States.
Neal Sher, U.S. Government’s Leading Nazi Hunter, Dies at 74
He pursued former Nazis who had gotten into the United States illegally and become citizens. One target was John Demjanjuk, accused of being “Ivan the Terrible.”
Sgt. First Class Chelsea Porterfield, center, one of three women who performed the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery last week, in a photo provided by the Army.
Hallowed Changing of the Guard Gets an All-Female Cast at Arlington
For 84 years, Army soldiers have performed the changing of the guard at the tomb at Arlington National Cemetery. Last month, for the first time, it was carried out by three women.
Can the Rule of Three Solve All My Dressing Problems?
A reader, trying to build a capsule wardrobe, wonders if there is such a thing as a personal fashion trifecta.
Easter celebrations in Paris last year. The Catholic Church in France has been weakened further than its counterparts across the world, especially in Germany and the United States.
Sexual Abuse Revelations Accelerate Sense of a French Church in Retreat
Global Deal to End Tax Havens Moves Ahead as Nations Back 15% Rate
A Surprise Sports Hero Broadens Italy’s Image of Itself
California investigators first encountered Gary Maynard in July as they responded to a wildfire on the slopes of Mt. Shasta.
An Expert on the Criminal Mind, Now He’s Suspected in an Arson Spree
Some Texas Clinics Resume Abortions After Judge’s Ruling
With Masks On or Off, Schools Try to Find the New Normal
Senator Mitch McConnell, Republican of Kentucky and the minority leader, told President Biden that Democrats now have enough time to lift the debt ceiling on their own.
McConnell Warns Biden He Won’t Help Raise the Debt Ceiling Next Time
At Mexico-U.S. Security Talks, Migration Question Is Largely Avoided
Benefits for All or Just the Needy? Manchin’s Demand Focuses Debate
Mayor Bill de Blasio has resisted changing the city’s gifted and talented program for nearly eight years.
De Blasio to Phase Out N.Y.C. Gifted and Talented Program
Police Standoff With Man in a Tree Ends on the Third Day
U.S. Charges Ex-Taliban Commander in Killing of 3 Soldiers in ’08 Attack
Jobs Report Offers Little Reassurance on U.S. Economy
Are Tesla and Texas a Perfect Match? It’s Questionable.
As Comic Con Returns, Masks Are No Longer Just for Fun
Tim Sweeney, the chief executive of Epic Games, has led a fight by developers against Apple’s App Store rules.
Apple Appeals App Store Ruling in Fight With Epic Games
China’s Tech Antitrust Campaign Snares Meituan, a Food-Delivery Giant
Facebook and its apps suffer another outage.
A heart-nosed bat, left, and two slit-faced bats roosting at the top of a latrine sidewall.
When You Go to the Loo, a Bat Might Go Boo
This Chemist’s Pandemic Hobby? Firing Medieval Cannonballs.
How Maori Arrival in New Zealand Was Frozen in Antarctic Ice
Carlos Correa and Kyle Tucker celebrated Tucker’s two-run homer in the seventh inning on Friday. “I’ve always told you guys he’s the most underrated player in the league,” Correa said of Tucker.
With Textbook Win, the Astros Take a Commanding Series Lead
Raiders Coach Made Racist Comment About N.F.L. Players’ Union Chief
‘Devastated, Disgusted, but I’m Not Shocked’
Budge Patty in a tournament in Rome in 1954. He was usually in the top 10 in the world rankings between 1947 and 1957 and gained popularity in part for his good looks.
Budge Patty, Elegant Tennis Champion of the 1950s, Dies at 97
Peter C. Bunnell, 83, Dies; Brought Academic Rigor to History of Photography
Cynthia Harris, the Mother on ‘Mad About You,’ Dies at 87
Waiting at a job fair at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif., last month. The unemployment rate fell to 4.8 percent in September.
The New Jobs Numbers Are Pretty Good, Actually
2021 N.F.L. Playoff Picture: Each Team’s Playoff Chances
How Other Nations Pay for Child Care. The U.S. Is an Outlier.
Climate and Environment
Flames from the Windy fire rising above the Sequoia National Forest near Johnsondale, Calif., last month.
6 Aspects of American Life Threatened by Climate Change
China’s Power Crunch Exposes Tensions Ahead of Key U.N. Climate Summit
Biden to Restore Three National Monuments in Utah and New England
Gamal Abdelaziz, a former casino executive, was convicted in a scheme to have his daughter admitted to U.S.C. as a top-ranked basketball recruit even though she did not make the varsity team in high school.
2 Parents Are Convicted in the Varsity Blues Admissions Trial
De Blasio to Phase Out N.Y.C. Gifted and Talented Program
With Masks On or Off, Schools Try to Find the New Normal
A teenager being vaccinated in Minneapolis in May. Concerns that a tiny number of young people, mostly boys, may experience myocarditis have led some countries to recommend a single dose of the vaccine.
A New Vaccine Strategy for Children: Just One Dose, for Now
A ‘Historic Event’: First Malaria Vaccine Approved by W.H.O.
Researchers find a higher than expected risk of myocarditis in young men after full vaccination.
A Reporter Striking Universal Chords
Acknowledging the Missing and Those Who Try to Find Them
How a Tip to Obituaries Breathed New Life Into a Decades-Old Mystery
Black History, Continued: Homecoming, a Times Virtual Event
Join Us for a Conversation on the Business of Longevity
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Sykes to multihyphenates like Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling.
Give Phoebe Robinson the Title She Deserves: Boss
After Lives Fraught With Pain, Housing That Says ‘You’re Worthy’
Jenny Saville’s Nudes Bring Renaissance Masters Down to Earth
Art and Design
After Lives Fraught With Pain, Housing That Says ‘You’re Worthy’
Jenny Saville’s Nudes Bring Renaissance Masters Down to Earth
Daniel Craig as James Bond in “No Time to Die.”
‘No Time to Die’ Review: His Word Is His Bond
Bonding With Léa Seydoux
‘The Rescue’ Review: Going All In on a Risky Mission
How the ‘Succession’ Star Nicholas Braun Elevates Cousin Greg
How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend?
‘Ted Lasso’ Recap, Season 2, Episode 12: Nate Makes a Choice
Louise Farrenc (1804-75) was renowned in her time as a teacher, pianist and composer, with her three symphonies admired despite the Parisian public’s hostility to orchestral scores.
Louise Farrenc, 19th-Century Composer, Surges Back Into Sound
How the Colombian Band Morat Is Winning Over a Global Audience
A $1 Billion Competitor for Music Rights Says ‘Content Is Queen’
Ruben Santiago-Hudson on the harmonica, with the guitarist Junior Mack, in “Lackawanna Blues” at the Samuel J. Friedman Theater.
‘Lackawanna Blues’ Review: A Soulful Master Class in Storytelling
Adrian Lester Finally Arrives on Broadway, via Wall Street
Their Downtown Hits Are Now Sharing a Broadway Stage
Fairchild: “This is not about getting to a show. This is about coming in each day and having the opportunity to get to dance and be here with each other.”
The Road Back: ‘How Am I Ever Going to Dance Again?’
Review: Lindy Hopping Into the Present With Caleb Teicher and Co.
City Ballet Promotes Dancers Amid Veteran Departures
Abdulrazak Gurnah in London in 2016.
Abdulrazak Gurnah Is Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature
For Sutton Foster, Crochet Is a Survival Tactic
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Dasani Coates in 2013, when she was the subject of a front-page series in The New York Times, and in September 2021.
Dasani Showed Us What It’s Like to Grow Up Homeless. She’s Still Struggling.
It’s a ‘Full-Contact’ Haunted House. What Could Go Wrong?
What the Kidnapping of Daniel Boone’s Daughter Tells Us About Life on the Frontier
Stella McCartney, spring 2022.
Stella McCartney Does Mushrooms in Paris
OnlyFans Reverses Its Decision to Ban Explicit Content
The Cotton Tote Crisis
In this recipe, seasoned ground beef patties are paired with fresh, crunchy accouterments, like a burger in parts.
A Vintage Dish With Modern Appeal
A Sweet Goodbye to Pepper and Tomato Season
How to Sell Good, Inexpensive Wines Without Pandering
How to Use Rapid Home Tests (Once You Find Them)
Can a Good-Enough Marriage Make for a Great Divorce?
Exercise May Help to Ease ‘Chemo Brain’
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Reporting on a President Who Wants to ‘Kill Journalism’
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Britain expanded the list of vaccination certificates it recognizes from other countries and territories, but certificates from many nations in Africa and South America remain excluded.
As International Travel Returns, Confusion Over Vaccines Reigns
8 Things to Do in the Southwest This Fall
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Responding to the remarks, Taiwan’s presidential office said its future lay in the hands of its people.
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Women’s rights activists in Washington D.C protesting against the new abortion bill.
US appeals court reinstates Texas abortion ban
It comes two days after a lower court blocked the law, which bans abortions at six weeks of pregnancy.
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Nations agree to 15% minimum corporate tax rate
The historic deal is designed to make big corporations pay a fairer share of tax around the world.
Afghan men stand next to an ambulance after a bomb attack at a mosque in Kunduz, Afghanistan, 8 October 2021
Suicide attack on Afghan mosque kills at least 50
Islamic State militants say they were behind the deadliest bombing since US forces left Afghanistan.
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Facebook to act on illegal sale of Amazon rainforest
The social network changes its policy following a BBC investigation.
Anti-government demonstration at the Main Square in Krakow, Poland on November 22, 2020
Poland stokes fears of leaving EU in ‘Polexit’
By challenging the core primacy of EU law, Poland fuels concerns it is heading towards the exit.
Pro-Trump supporters storm the US Capitol
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The move sets up a potential legal showdown over what documents an ex-president can keep secret.
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China’s Xi vows ‘reunification’ with Taiwan
President Xi at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing in 2018
Responding to the remarks, Taiwan’s presidential office said its future lay in the hands of its people.
Suicide attack on Afghan mosque kills at least 50
Afghan men stand next to an ambulance after a bomb attack at a mosque in Kunduz, Afghanistan, 8 October 2021
Islamic State militants say they were behind the deadliest bombing since US forces left Afghanistan.
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Anti-government demonstration at the Main Square in Krakow, Poland on November 22, 2020
By challenging the core primacy of EU law, Poland fuels concerns it is heading towards the exit.
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The former president had previously claimed the hotel earned $150m during his four year term.
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Lawyers representing a Colombian businessman who is a close aide to Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro have challenged a court decision in Cape Verde which paved the way for his extradition to the United States.
Alex Saab has been accused of money laundering and the US issued an international warrant for his arrest.
Mr Saab’s lawyers have described the allegations as politically motivated.
While travelling on a Venezuelan diplomatic passport he was arrested in June last year when his plane stopped to refuel in Cape Verde.
The US authorities imposed sanctions on Mr Saab in 2019, accusing him of bribing President Maduro’s relatives to win overvalued government contracts.
I feel very honoured – new black German MP
While talks continue to see who is going form Germany’s next government, one newly elected MP is still coming to terms with the fact that she is the country’s first black female lawmaker.
“I really really feel very honoured,” she told the BBC’s Focus on Africa programme.
Eritrean-born Awet Tesfaiesus, who trained as a lawyer, represents the Green Party.
She said that when she was growing up she could never imagine becoming an MP as she never saw black people doing those kinds of jobs.
As a student in the 1990s she considered leaving the country because of the level of racist violence that she witnessed.
Now she is committed to staying and making a difference for her son, saying that she does not want him wondering if he has a future in Germany.
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Single-dose Covid vaccination begins in South Sudan
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South Sudan’s health ministry has begun the rollout of the single dose Covid-19 vaccine manufactured by Johnson & Johnson.
The fact that patients don’t need to make return visits for a second jab, as with the other vaccines, makes it easier to ensure that people are protected.
South Sudan received the first consignment of just over 150,000 J&J doses in September. They were donated by the US government through the Covax initiative and make up the biggest consignment yet.
More than 80,000 people have been vaccinated using the Oxford AstraZeneca jab. But the large majority of people who were covered were men.
Dr Victoria Anib Majur, from the health ministry, urged women to get the vaccine which she said was “safe and effective”.
“I want to… refute rumours which say that Covid-19 vaccination causes infertility,” she said.
Less than 1% of the population have been vaccinated against coronavirus so far.
“The Johnson & Johnson vaccine really is a game-changer for South Sudan – because it’s a single dose vaccine and it will be able to be deployed outside to remote areas,” said William H. Boyle, the US acting deputy head of mission in Juba said.
Prosecutors say David Staveley fled using fake IDs after trying to defraud a pandemic aid programme.
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Sierra Leone has formally abolished the death penalty, after President Julius Maada Bio signed into law a new measure outlawing capital punishment that was agreed by MPs in July.
“As a nation, we have today exorcised horrors of a cruel past,” the president said in a statement quoted by AFP news agency.
“We today affirm our belief in the sanctity of life.”
Rights group Amnesty International said that last year 39 death sentences were handed down.
But no-one has been executed in Sierra Leone since 1998.
Death sentences have often been commuted, but by the end of last year 94 people were still on death row, Amnesty said.
Sierra Leone has now will become the 23rd African country to have abolished the death penalty, the New York Times reports.
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