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New York Times - Front Page
Jan 23, 2022

After Colleyville, What Does Hope Look Like for Jewish Parents?
Finding hope in the darkness of cancer, Covid and Colleyville.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 23, 2022

N.F.L. Playoffs: 49ers Upset Packers in Divisional Round
The 49ers defeated the Packers, 13-10, and Cincinnati beat Tennessee, 19-16, to advance to the conference championships. Catch up on the latest.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

N.F.L. Playoffs: Packers Face 49ers in Divisional Round
Green Bay looks to hold off San Francisco in the second game of the day. Earlier, Cincinnati beat Tennessee, 19-16. Follow updates here.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Eyesore or Monument? Preservationists Fight to Save a Grain Elevator in Buffalo
The current owner of the Great Northern has been pushing to demolish the building — possibly the last grain elevator of its type in the world.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

‘Miserable and Dangerous': A Failed Chinese Promise in Serbia
Poor conditions for Vietnamese workers building a $900 million tire factory underscore a chasm between the promise of investment from China and grim realities on the ground.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

The Day New Queer Cinema Said: Let's Do This
Thirty years after a panel at Sundance, some of the artists and journalists who helped ignite an L.G.B.T.Q. film movement take stock.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Britain Says Moscow Is Plotting to Install a Pro-Russian Leader in Ukraine
In a highly unusual public statement, backed by U.S. officials, London named the putative head of a potential puppet government but few other details.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Passenger Exposed Buttocks and Threw a Can During Flight, Prosecutors Say
Shane McInerney, 29, was charged after his disruptive behavior aboard a flight from Dublin to John F. Kennedy International Airport on Jan. 7.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

How a Calm Call for Help Led 2 N.Y.P.D. Officers Into a Hail of Gunfire
The latest deadly episode to rattle the city began with a routine domestic disturbance call and ended with one officer dead and another in critical condition.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Arizona Democrats Censure Sinema After Filibuster Vote
Kyrsten Sinema, a first-term Arizona senator, was rebuked by fellow Democrats in her state after her vote on the filibuster helped sink the party's voting-rights legislation.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

N.F.L. Playoffs: Bengals Take On Titans to Open Divisional Round
Cincinnati is visiting Tennessee in the first of two games on Saturday, with the Packers facing the 49ers at 8:15 p.m Eastern. Follow updates here.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Court Battle Over a Ventilator Takes a Patient From Minnesota to Texas
Scott Quiner, who was unvaccinated and hospitalized with Covid-19, had been on a ventilator for weeks when doctors told his wife they would be taking him off the machine.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Thich Nhat Hanh, Monk, Zen Master and Activist, Dies at 95
A monk with global influence and an ally of Martin Luther King, he championed what he called "engaged Buddhism," applying its principles in pressing for peace.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Big Sur Sees Wildfire From Palo Colorado Canyon
A late-season blaze that started on Friday grew to 1,500 acres in the scenic region of California.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Some Women Are Keeping Their Pregnancies Secret During Pandemic
The pandemic has offered some women a choice they never had before: to keep their pregnancies secret til the very end.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

How to Retreat From Ukraine
Searching for a non-disastrous way back from American overreach.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Kohl's Receives $9 Billion Offer Backed by Activist Investor
The offer comes as the retailer, like other brick-and-mortar stores, struggles with supply chain problems and competition from online sites.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

How Meat Loaf Made a Cult Favorite: ‘Paradise by the Dashboard Light'
The eight-and-a-half minute tale of sexual awakening features drums by the E Street Band's Max Weinberg and vocals from Ellen Foley, who help recount how the unlikely song came together.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Carolinas and Virginia Hit With Unusual Ice and Snow Storm
A Delta flight skidded on a runway and roads remained dangerous on Saturday as the storm brought eight inches of snow to some places.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Unusual Ice and Snow Storm Hits the Carolinas and Virginia
A Delta flight skidded on a runway and roads remained dangerous on Saturday as the storm brought eight inches of snow to some places.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Rapid Inflation Fuels Debate Over What's to Blame: Pandemic or Policy
The White House is emphasizing that inflation is worldwide. Economists say that's true — but stimulus-spurred consumer buying is also to blame.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

‘Why Was I Born a Girl?' An Afghan Poem Inspires U.S. Students
A Zoom connection between high schoolers in Afghanistan and San Diego opens a window for mutual support.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

English Island Seeks a Landlord-King Who Likes Solitude, Seals and Beer
On Piel Island, winters are wet, travel is limited, and the solitary pub crowns the landlord king or queen under a shower of beer.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Why Boris Johnson May Finally Have Gone Too Far
Moral hypocrisy, such as lying about parties held during Britain's lockdown, is the ultimate sin in human society, with a special power to enrage.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Tough Decisions About End-of-Life Care
Readers offer personal stories in response to a doctor's guest essay about advance directives.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

On the Filibuster, Joe Manchin Thinks James Madison Is on His Side. Nope.
Arguments about the filibuster need the right context.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

The Systemic Realities Created by Legal Abortion
Thoughts on the 49th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

President Biden's Economy Is Failing the Big Mac Test
The administration made a lot of the right economic moves in its first year, but high inflation is reason enough to postpone any celebrations.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

The N.F.L.'s Race Problem
The league is down to just one Black head coach.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Jessica Pegula Cheers on Buffalo Bills From the Australian Open
When Buffalo plays Kansas City in their N.F.L. divisional playoff game, Jessica Pegula, whose parents own the Bills, hopes both she and the football team keep winning.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Covid Live Updates: Ireland Plans Biggest St. Patrick's Day Since Pandemic
The Emerald Isle has eased restrictions ahead of the March holiday. The United States expanded the use of remdesivir, an antiviral medication that had previously only been used in hospitals.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

How Titans Receiver A.J. Brown Impacts the Running Game
The run-pass option and screen-based offenses currently in favor in the N.F.L. rely on receivers who can throw blocks for their teammates.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

How a New Generation of Receivers Make Their Mark: Blocking
The run-pass option and screen-based offenses currently in favor in the N.F.L. rely on receivers who can throw blocks for their teammates.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Farewell, André Leon Talley
He liked dressing in caftans and fur, and dressing me down about my style.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Tennessee Couple Says Adoption Agency Turned Them Away for Being Jewish
Elizabeth and Gabriel Rutan-Ram are plaintiffs in a lawsuit claiming that state funding of a child-placing agency that discriminates based on religion is unconstitutional.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Gunman Kills 22-Year-Old N.Y.P.D. Officer and Wounds Another in Harlem
Officer Jason Rivera, who joined the department in November 2020, was killed when he responded to a domestic disturbance between a woman and her adult son. The second officer and the suspect were in critical condition. Mayor Eric Adams called the shooting "an attack on the city of New York."

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

NFL Playoffs: Game Times and What to Watch
The divisional round games feature a style clash in the early meeting between the Bengals and Titans. Then, the 49ers will try to extend their postseason streak against the Packers.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

NFL Playoffs: How to Watch Bengals vs. Titans, 49ers vs. Packers
The divisional round games feature a style clash in the early meeting between the Bengals and Titans. Then, the 49ers will try to extend their postseason streak against the Packers.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

What to Watch for in Saturday's N.F.L. Playoff Games
The divisional round games feature a style clash in the early meeting between the Bengals and Titans. Then, the 49ers will try to extend their postseason streak against the Packers.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

How China's Xi Jinping Is Staging the Beijing Olympics on His Terms
From Beijing's unexpected bid through the coronavirus pandemic, China has managed to fulfill its promises and cow its critics.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

What a Potential Russian Invasion Means in Chernobyl
Ukraine has initiated a defensive strategy for the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, one of the most radioactive places on Earth, which lies on the shortest path between Russia and Ukraine's capital, Kyiv.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

How U.S. Abortion Law Compares With Other Nations
Many rich democracies have earlier cutoffs for abortion — but allow it later for a variety of reasons. And around the world, it has been much more common to expand access than restrict it.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Bouncing Boulders Point to Quakes on Mars
A preponderance of boulder tracks on the red planet may be evidence of recent seismic activity.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

The Pandemic Changed Everything About Work, Except the Humble Résumé
Résumés may be more for robots than human eyes at first, but most job seekers are still advised to distill their work history in one typewritten page.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

The gun that the police say was used highlights a persistent problem.


New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

N.Y.P.D. Officer Is Killed and a Second Is Wounded in Harlem Shooting
The police were responding to a domestic disturbance call in Harlem involving a woman and her adult son, who started shooting. They were the third and fourth officers to be shot this week. "It is our city against the killers," Mayor Eric Adams said. Here's the latest.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 22, 2022

Shootings add to pressure on Mayor Adams to deliver on his promise to restore public safety.


New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

President Biden's Team Sees Reasons for Optimism in Latest Data
The national coronavirus caseload was on a slight downward trajectory, largely because of declines in Northeast cities. Here's the latest on Covid-19.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

N.Y.P.D. Officer Is Killed and a Second Is Critically Injured in Shooting
The shooting, which occurred near Lenox Avenue and West 135th Street, was the third this week in which police officers were wounded. The series of shootings are a challenge to Mayor Eric Adams's vow to improve public safety amid the pandemic. Here's the latest.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Tonga Tsunami Brought Catastrophe to 3 Tiny Islands
The sparsely populated islets of Nomuka, Mango and Fonoifua were hit by waves almost 50 feet high, a Red Cross official said.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Monkeys Escape After Truck Crashes on Pennsylvania Highway
The State Police said that a pickup truck with an enclosed trailer full of 100 monkeys had collided with a dump truck. Four escaped.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Imani Perry: The Legacy of Slavery in New Orleans
The city has been shaped by both suffering and celebration, and its strength lies in its dualities.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

President Biden's Team Sees Reasons for Optimism in New Data
The national coronavirus caseload was on a slight downward trajectory, largely because of declines in Northeast cities. Here's the latest on Covid-19.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

2 N.Y.P.D. Officers Killed in Shooting in Harlem, Officials Say
They were the third and fourth officers to be shot in the line of duty in New York City this week, according to the police. No information was immediately provided about what had precipitated the shooting of the officers. One suspect was also shot.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Judge Issues Stinging Free Speech Ruling Against University of Florida
While a lawsuit is being resolved, the university cannot bar professors from offering expert testimony in lawsuits against the state, the federal judge ruled.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Giants Hire Joe Schoen From Bills as General Manager
Schoen was previously the assistant general manager for the Buffalo Bills.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Arizona Sues to Stop Treasury From Recouping Relief Funds
Gov. Doug Ducey has been using federal pandemic aid to undermine school mask requirements, which Treasury said violated the law.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Biden Looks to Intel's U.S. Investment to Buoy His China Agenda
The president said passage of a China competition bill was needed "for the sake of our economic competitiveness and our national security."

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

What to Do This Weekend
It's a TV bumper crop.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

As F.B.I. Breached Texas Synagogue, Hostages Were Dashing for Exit
The federal agency said it was unaware that three hostages were already escaping the temple as an elite rescue team entered from different sides, killing the attacker.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

For Nadal and His Contemporaries, It Is About Winning, and Quickly
At 35 years old, getting through the first week dropping only one set gives the 20-time Grand Slam champion "energy in my pocket." Aging tennis stars take note.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Jan. 6 Panel and State Officials Seek Answers on Fake Trump Electors
Pressure is mounting on the Justice Department to investigate bogus electors who claimed that Donald J. Trump defeated Joseph R. Biden Jr. in their states.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

As Omicron Crests, Booster Shots Are Keeping Americans Out of Hospitals
Extra vaccine doses were expected to lower infection rates. But the shots also seem to be preventing severe illness caused by the new variant, the C.D.C. reported.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Why the Medical Establishment Shied Away From Abortion
Stigma and fear of harassment have kept physicians from incorporating abortion into their practice.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

How Derrick Henry Left a Lasting Mark on High School Opponents
Henry, who will rejoin the Tennessee Titans' lineup for a playoff game on Saturday, left a lasting impression — and some other indelible marks — on his high school opponents. Here's what they remember.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Actresses From ‘One Tree Hill' Reunite. Cue the Healing.
Hilarie Burton Morgan, Sophia Bush and Bethany Joy Lenz talk shop on their podcast "Drama Queens" for their fans but, also, for themselves.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Anatoly Kvashnin, Russian General in a Pivotal Era, Dies at 75
His brutal campaign in Chechnya left a legacy of embittered civilians and vengeful leaders. But he was also part of a warming toward the West after the Soviet Union fell.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Readers Have Questions About Stocks. An Economist Replies.
The economist Laurence Kotlikoff responds to questions from Times readers.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Omicron, Russia, Meat Loaf: Your Friday Evening Briefing
Here's what you need to know at the end of the day.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

You Quit. I Quit. We All Quit. And It's Not a Coincidence.
Why the decision to leave a job can become contagious.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Brian Laundrie Claimed Responsibility for Gabrielle Petito's Death, F.B.I. Says
The agency, closing a high-profile case, said that a notebook found near Mr. Laundrie's body included statements in which he confessed to killing his fiancée.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Louie Anderson and the Compassion of America's Eternal Kid
He displayed an empathetic humanity that he shared offstage with his friend Bob Saget. The loss of both comics represents the end of an era.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Don't, Like, Overanalyze Language
My hunch is we're fine using informal wording.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Xiomara Castro's Party in Honduras Splits, Threatening Reform Agenda
A split in the party of the president-elect, Xiomara Castro, has left her with little political means to fight corruption and organized crime.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Citigroup will bring N.Y.C.-area workers back to the office starting Feb. 7.


New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Mushie & Co Recalls FRIGG Pacifiers Over Choking Hazard
Mushie & Co, a baby goods store, announced a voluntary recall of its FRIGG pacifier after more than 200 reports that the pacifier's silicone nipple detached from its base.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Supreme Court to Consider Limits of Ruling on Oklahoma Tribes
But the justices rejected a request from state officials to revisit a 2020 ruling that much of eastern Oklahoma falls within an Indian reservation.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

U.S. and Russia Take More Measured Stance in Ukraine Talks
The conciliatory tone and absence of ultimatums suggested that both sides were trying to keep tensions in check and give diplomacy time.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Where Can I Find the Perfect Pair of Black Pants?
A reader seeks advice on shopping for a wardrobe staple.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Meat Loaf, ‘Bat Out of Hell' Singer and Actor, Dies at 74
Born Marvin Lee Aday, he sold millions of albums, won a Grammy and acted in films including "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" and "Fight Club."

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Sleep And Rest Are Important for Kids
America 2022 is an exhausting place. Prioritizing rest, sleep and dreaming is something I can pass on.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

What Biden's Chief of Staff Has Learned, One Year In
Ron Klain reflects on the first year of the administration.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Louie Anderson, Genial Stand-Up Comic and Actor, Dies at 68
He won an Emmy Award for his work on the series "Baskets" and two Daytime Emmys for his animated children's show, "Life With Louie."

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

U.S. Judge Blocks Vaccine Mandate for Federal Workers
The ruling came months after the White House said that 95 percent of federal workers were already in compliance. Follow Covid news.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Stocks Drop Again in Biggest Weekly Loss Since March 2020
The concern about corporate profits and rising interest rates that has gripped Wall Street this month failed to let up. Here's the latest business news.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Viral Photograph of Munzir El Nezzel Helps Bring Syrian Refugee Family to Italy
A Syrian family portrayed in an award-winning photo has come to Italy for treatment and better lives.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Stock Markets Off to Worst Start Since 2016 as Fed Fights Inflation
Stocks are off to their worst start of a year since 2016 as the central bank pulls back the enormous stimulus programs it began in the early months of the pandemic.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Igor Fruman, Former Giuliani Associate, Is Sentenced to One Year in Prison
Mr. Fruman was at the center of a campaign to damage then-President Donald J. Trump's rivals, but was brought down by campaign finance charges.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Pete Davidson and Colin Jost Just Bought a Staten Island Ferry
The two "Saturday Night Live" cast members were among a group of investors who won an auction of a retired ferryboat, with a bid of $280,100 and a desire to "restore a piece of New York."

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Thich Nhat Hanh, Zen Master and Political Reformer, Dies at 95
A monk with global influence and an ally of Martin Luther King, he championed what he called "engaged Buddhism," applying its principles in pressing for peace.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Stock Investing in Retirement for Those Able to Bear the Risk
Stocks and bonds are core investments. Now, Vanguard is suggesting that retirees willing and able to bear the risk may want a stock target of 50 percent.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Economic Trends Aren't What They Used to Be
Why the trend has not been our friend.

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Jan 21, 2022

Does Jan. 6 Disqualify Some Republicans From Re-election?
Why a section of the 14th Amendment could offer a challenge to some Republicans running for the House this year.

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Jan 21, 2022

Francis Ngannou is the U.F.C.'s Fearsome, Quiet Champion
Francis Ngannou, known widely for his devastating punches, journeyed from Cameroon to France to the United States to become a mixed martial arts star. Yet his future in the U.F.C. is unclear.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Orange Wines, a Genre Worthy of Exploration
It's a style defined not by area or grapes, but by production technique. That leaves plenty of room for differences and for further exploration.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Oil Spill Triggered by Tsunami Devastates Coast of Peru
Initially said to be seven barrels, the oil spill turned out to be 6,000, the environment ministry said, and has led Peru to call for international aid.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

What an Antisemite's Fantasy Says About Jewish Reality
Why America can't ignore the continual threat against Jews.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

Texas Man Charged With Threatening to Kill Georgia Election Officials
A man accused of using Craigslist to call for the assassination of election officials is the first to be charged by the agency's task force on election threats.

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Jan 21, 2022

Saudi-Led Airstrikes Kill Scores at a Prison in Yemen
The strikes, which also knocked out the country's internet, came after Iran-backed Houthi rebels attacked the U.A.E., a key partner in the Saudi-led coalition that has been fighting in Yemen for years.

New York Times - Front Page
Jan 21, 2022

The Long Road to Successful Covid Vaccines
The road to successful vaccines; mask distribution; Starbucks; Build Back Better; Trump's call to Georgia; leaving the G.O.P.; a football fan's plea.

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