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Tuesday, Sep 18

14

Anita Hill: How to Get the Kavanaugh Hearings Right

The New York Times

The Senate Judiciary Committee has a chance to do better by the country than it did nearly three decades ago.

02

Issa Rae and Sandra Oh Look Ready to Win on the Emmys 2018 Red Carpet

The New York Times

Sandra Oh, Regina King, Issa Rae, Kristen Bell and all the Emmys red carpet pictures.

Sunday, Sep 16

06

See Inside Typhoon Mangkhut in 3-D

A NASA satellite captured the intense rainfall of 2018’s strongest storm so far.

Friday, Sep 14

07

Gov. Andrew Cuomo Easily Defeats Cynthia Nixon in New York Primary

The New York Times

Mr. Cuomo overcame an insurgent challenge from Ms. Nixon to claim the Democratic nomination.

Thursday, Sep 13

21

Hurricane Maria Killed Our Loved Ones. They’re Not Just Statistics.

The New York Times

The 2017 hurricane killed 70 times more people in Puerto Rico than the official estimate. As relatives of unrecognized victims, how can we begin to heal?

Wednesday, Sep 12

17

The New York Times Endorses Zephyr Teachout for Attorney General in Thursday’s Primary

The office is a potential firewall against an out-of-control president and a historically corrupt New York State government.

Thursday, Sep 6

13

Genoa Bridge Collapse: The Road to Tragedy

The New York Times has reconstructed how the disaster happened, from beginning to end.

Wednesday, Sep 5

15

Trump, Angry Over Woodward Book, Renews Criticism of Libel Laws

Outraged over a new book that describes President Trump as unstable and uniformed, the president on Wednesday renewed his objection to libel laws.

Tuesday, Sep 4

00

Massachusetts Primary Election Results

www.nytimes.com

See full results and maps from the Massachusetts primaries.

Saturday, Sep 1

12

From Criminal Convictions to Ethical Lapses: The Range of Misconduct in Trump’s Orbit

Here are all the people connected to President Trump who have been charged with crimes or found to have violated federal ethics rules.

Friday, Aug 31

06

How Much Hotter Is Your Hometown Than When You Were Born?

See how days at or above 90 degrees Fahrenheit have changed in your lifetime and how much hotter it could get.

Friday, Aug 24

18

Bull Market Hits a Milestone: 3,453 Days. Most Americans Aren’t at the Party.

By one measure, stocks crossed a major threshold on Wednesday. But the financial gains of the nearly decade-long run have been concentrated among the already wealthy.

Thursday, Aug 23

20

8 Ways Trump’s Next Round of China Tariffs Could Pinch Consumers

From inflatable kayaks to fitness trackers, the Trump administration’s proposal to tax another $200 billion worth of Chinese goods would ultimately hit everyday consumer products.

07

Hawaii Braces for Hurricane Lane, a Rare Category 4 Storm

The storm, with 145 mile-per-hour winds, weakened slightly on Wednesday after reaching Category 5. Officials had placed food, water and generators in every county.

02

Republicans Urge Embattled Incumbents to Speak Out on Trump

Fearing more shoes will drop, Republican leaders have begun urging some incumbents to speak out on President Trump’s misdeeds, while Democrats stress a “culture of corruption.”

Trump Praises Manafort, Saying ‘Unlike Michael Cohen’ He ‘Refused to Break’

The president attacked Mr. Cohen as a bad lawyer and said that he had “such respect for a brave man,” a reference to Paul Manafort, who was convicted of tax and bank fraud.

Wednesday, Aug 22

23

A Climate Reckoning for Australia

www.nytimes.com

The prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, barely survived a leadership challenge after trying to enact a modest measure to reduce climate-altering emissions.

20

Netherlands Dispatch: Take a Look at These Unusual Strategies for Fighting Dementia

The Netherlands is pioneering new ways to treat dementia, with sensory aids, soothing music and other tools to calm and nurture patients.

17

Plácido Domingo, Opera Superstar, Achieves the Unthinkable: 150 Roles

The 77-year-old singer will reach a virtually unheard-of milestone when he sings his 150th role at the Salzburg Festival in Austria on Thursday.

Plan Bee: The Rise of Alternative Pollinators

Honeybees are under siege, straining the business of farming. Now growers are turning to other bee species to help their crops.

13

New York Today: Avoiding a Workplace Breakdown

www.nytimes.com

Wednesday: Mental health at jobs and a new hub for freelancers.

Can Ultimate Frisbee Save the World?

www.nytimes.com

One group is using it to bring Israeli and Palestinian youth together. So far, it’s working.

12

Donald Trump, Duncan Hunter, Hawaii: Your Wednesday Briefing

Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former personal lawyer, said in court on Tuesday that he had made illegal payments to two women in 2016 “in coordination with and at the direction of a candidate for federal office.”

Can Michael Cohen Bring Down Trump?

The New York Times

Who knows, the once-cocky fixer, now humbled, could find himself a star witness at hearings on impeachment of our 45th president.

For the U.S. Open, It’s 40 Years in Flushing Meadows, and Still Missing Forest Hills

www.nytimes.com

The New York spirit of the U.S. Open, born at the West Side Tennis Cub, took on a rowdier form at the National Tennis Center.

Cohen and Manafort Are in Deeper Legal Trouble. Mueller Could Benefit.

The New York Times

The conviction of Paul Manafort and the guilty plea of Michael D. Cohen, while unrelated to the central questions of the Mueller inquiry, could lead to cooperation with the special counsel.

The Stone: We Are Not Born Human

www.nytimes.com

Our humanity is a process that begins with negation.

Nonfiction: The Criminalization of Parenthood

www.nytimes.com

In “Small Animals,” Kim Brooks examines why letting your kids walk alone to school or play in the park unsupervised means risking arrest — especially if you’re a mother.

How the Trump Administration Is Remaking the Courts

www.nytimes.com

Thanks to ruthless discipline — and a plan long in the making — the G.O.P is carrying out a sweeping transformation of the federal judiciary.

When the Supreme Court Lurches Right

www.nytimes.com

What happens when the Supreme Court becomes significantly more conservative than the public?