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Shimon Peres Funeral Brings Together Allies and Rivals in Mourning

At Shimon Peres Funeral, a Lineup of U.S. and Israeli Leaders Who Tangled

Week of Attacks in Eastern Aleppo Killed 338, W.H.O. Says

Duterte, Citing Hitler, Says He Wants to Kill 3 Million Addicts in Philippines

Thousands Eager to Vote Won’t Become Citizens in Time

Roy Moore, Alabama Chief Justice, Suspended Over Gay Marriage Order

Donald Trump Bashes Alicia Machado Again, Alleging a ‘Sex Tape’ (Without Evidence)

How Democrats Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love Big Donor Money

Laurene Powell Jobs Invests in Production and Talent Management Firm

Brands to Ad Agencies: Diversify or Else

R.B.S. to Rename Investment Bank as It Walls Off Retail Units

Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors Is Mandated by Labor Department

Rosetta Spacecraft to End Mission by Sinking to Its Comet Companion

Salesforce Is Said to Question Microsoft-LinkedIn Deal in Europe

F.C.C. Delays Vote on Cable Set-Top Boxes

Trade Ban to Protect Pangolins: Enough to Save Them?

You’ll Find Me in My Hammock, Inside

The 4 Traits That Put Kids at Risk for Addiction

Fontainebleau: A Forgotten Treasure

Theo Epstein Is Making Lightning Strike Twice

World


U.S. Lawmakers Urge Greater Scrutiny of Chinese Corporate Purchases

Colombia’s 52-Year War Is Ending. Now Comes the Hard Part.

Russia Rejects U.S. Demands for Resumption of Syria Cease-Fire

Mahmoud Abbas to Attend Shimon Peres Funeral, but Thaw With Israel Is Unlikely

Angered by 9/11 Victims Law, Saudis Rethink U.S. Alliance

It’s No Cold War, but Vladimir Putin Relishes His Role as Disrupter

Antigraft Law Stirs Up Wariness Over South Koreans Bearing Gifts

North Korean Soldier Crosses DMZ to Defect, South Says

India Claims ‘Surgical Strikes’ in Pakistani-Controlled Kashmir

Duterte, Philippine President, Raises Doubts About Military Alliance With U.S.

American Airstrike Killed Afghan Civilians, U.N. Says

Haitian Men Cut Off From Families as U.S. Hardens Visa Rules

U.S. Threatens to End Syria Talks With Russia if Aleppo Bombings Continue

Obama and Bill Clinton to Travel to Israel to Honor Shimon Peres

Russia’s Brutal Bombing of Aleppo May Be Calculated, and It May Be Working

U.S. to Send 600 More Troops to Iraq to Help Retake Mosul From ISIS

Life Without Shimon Peres? In Many Ways, His Israel Faded Long Ago

A Bomb Shatters an Aleppo Building, and Videos Capture the Rescue Minute by Minute

Under Pressure, Amnesty International Cancels Briefing on Torture in Thailand

Russia Implicated in Shooting Down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 Over Ukraine

Parsing What Makes a Trump Supporter Tick

After Mudslides and Flooding in Iceland, Elves Are Suspects

World Leaders Issue Emotional Tributes to Shimon Peres

Why Are So Many Children Dying in Aleppo?

Shimon Peres Dies at 93; Built Up Israel’s Defense and Sought Peace

Behind the Scenes With Shimon Peres

Syrian Ground Troops Clash With Rebels in Aleppo

A Voice Cuts Through, and Adds to, the Intrigue of Russia’s Cyberattacks

Woman Who Took Husband’s Intestine on Flight Wanted It Tested, Lawyer Says

Extremist Gets 9-Year Sentence Over Destroyed Shrines in Timbuktu

Women Petition U.N. Leader to Seek Korean Peace Treaty

U.S. Says Chinese Executive Helped North Korea Dodge Sanctions

U.S.-Backed Effort to Fight Afghan Corruption Is a Near-Total Failure, Audit Finds

Concern as Venezuela Refuses to Accept Aid

Brazilian Politics Smother a Film’s Oscar Ambitions

Buy Me Some Peanuts and Wiener Nougat

Decline in Oil Prices Lands on Government Workers as Saudi Arabia Cuts Paychecks

Syrian and Russian Forces Pound Aleppo With ‘Dozens of Raids’

Inside France’s ‘Jungle’: Desperate Migrants Keep Coming to Calais

Iran Releases Homa Hoodfar, a Canadian-Iranian Professor Held Since June

To the Moon, North Korea? Or Does a Rocket Have a Darker Aim?

For South Koreans, a Long Detour to Their Holy Mountain

After Five Decades of War, Colombia Signs Peace Agreement With Rebels

Vitriol Overpowers Diplomacy as U.N. Meets Hastily on Syria

Jordanian Writer Is Fatally Shot

Russia, Jailer of Local Separatists, Welcomes Foreign Secessionists

Plan to Let Migrant Children Attend School Enrages Many Greeks

China Hunts for Scientific Glory, and Aliens, With New Telescope

Activist in South Korea Dies of Injuries From Police Water Cannon

Two Years After a Night of Horror, Mexican Students Seek Answers

Syrian Forces Tighten Siege of Rebel-Held Areas in Aleppo

Home Teams Are Israeli, but Turf Is in West Bank

‘From Paradise to Hell’: How an Aid Convoy in Syria Was Blown Apart

Jeremy Corbyn Is Re-Elected as Leader of Britain’s Labour Party

Prospect of Philippine Thaw Slows China’s Plans in South China Sea

Chinese Jews of Ancient Lineage Huddle Under Pressure

Rural Indian Girls Chase Big-City Dreams

Australia Is Not as Down Under as Everyone Thinks It Is

Over 300 Civilians Have Been Killed in Yemen Since August, U.N. Says

Egypt Recovers Over 160 Bodies From Sunken Migrant Boat

‘Doomsday Today in Aleppo’: Assad and Russian Forces Bombard City

6 Sites Recognized by Britain for Significance to Gay History

For Taiwan, Google Images of Disputed Island Are Too Clear

South Korea’s President Has No Easy Options in Dealing with an Aggressive North

On the Verge of Extinction, a Chinese Fishing Village Resists

An Expert on Chinese Medicine, but No New Age Healer

Haitians, After Perilous Journey, Find Door to U.S. Abruptly Shut

Constitutional Court in Gabon Upholds Ali Bongo Ondimba’s Disputed Re-election

With Boeing Deal, Americans Are Coming to Iran

U.N. Restarts Aid Convoys in Syria, 3 Days After Attack

Obama Puts Syria at Arm’s Length as Carnage Drags On

World Crises Push Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Off U.N. Center Stage

Muslim Brotherhood’s Political Arm Wins Seats in Jordan’s Parliament

‘Botched’ Repair to China’s Great Wall Inspires Outrage

U.S. to Step Up Deportations of Haitians Amid Surge at Border

Demand for Inquiry Into Police Abuse of Women May Embroil Mexico’s President

Canada and China Will Enter Trade Talks, Justin Trudeau Says

Obama Administration Considers Arming Syrian Kurds Against ISIS

After Much Rancor, Obama and Netanyahu Meet, Likely for Last Time

‘Moment of Truth’ in Syria as John Kerry Urges Restoration of Cease-Fire

Shell Fired by ISIS at U.S. and Iraqi Troops May Have Contained Chemical Agent

U.S. Allows Boeing and Airbus to Sell Planes to Iran

Russia Denies Any Role in Deadly Convoy Attack in Syria

Isle of Man, Flourishing in Britain’s Shadow, Faces Pivotal Vote

Arson at Belgian Forensic Lab May Set Back Terrorism Cases

Kashmir Crisis Poses Major Test for India’s Leader, Narendra Modi

In a Parched Corner of Xinjiang, Ancient Water Tunnels Are Running Dry

Syria Aid Convoys Suspended After Attack; U.N. Leader Condemns ‘Cowards’

In Appeal to Voters, Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan Soft-Pedals Religion

Rights Groups Criticize Israeli Inquiry Into 2014 Gaza War

It’s Not Like Hollywood: Why U.S. Airstrikes Go Awry

U.N. Suspends Convoys to Syria After Attack on Aid Trucks

Greeks Appeal for Aid After Fire Damages Refugee Camp

On Istiklal, Istanbul’s Champs-Élysées, Symbols of a City’s Malaise

5 Cuban Volleyball Players Convicted of Rape in Finland

Obama, in Farewell to U.N., Calls for Global ‘Course Correction’

15 Years Into Afghan War, Americans Would Rather Not Talk About It

Venezuela Crises Compound as Oil Industry Falls Into Disarray

U.N. Chief Wants Paris Climate Deal to Take Effect This Year

Donald Trump, the Unsinkable Candidate

Canada Agrees to Talks on Extradition Treaty With China

Looming Transition Ignites Deadly Clashes in Congo

A Paris Shop Turns On the Charm, and South Koreans Swoon

Examining the U.N.’s Record on Urgent Global Challenges

Kinshasa, Congo, Is Locked Down as Protests Erupt Against Joseph Kabila

U.S.


Democrats Rake In Money, Thanks to Suit by Republicans

When ‘Yelling Commands’ Is the Wrong Police Response

Claims of Saudi Role in 9/11 Appear Headed for Manhattan Court

Richard D. Trentlage, 87, Who Wrote ‘The Oscar Mayer Wiener Song,’ Dies

Law on Disparaging Trademarks Gets Supreme Court Review

Ohio, Long a Bellwether, Is Fading on the Electoral Map

In Hacked Audio, Hillary Clinton Rethinks Obama’s Nuclear Upgrade Plan

Hillary Clinton’s College Plan Appeals to the Left, but Educators Have Doubts

At Debate, Hillary Clinton Spoke to Black Voters Using Language of a Movement

Progress? Depends on Which Party Is Doing the Talking

In Bruce Springsteen’s America, Many Turn Toward Donald Trump

Ex-Marine Describes Violent Hazing and the Lies That Covered It Up

Split Over Donald Trump and Cut Off by Culture Wars, Evangelicals Despair

California Today: $2 More for a Pack of Cigarettes?

3 Injured in Shooting at Elementary School in South Carolina, Police Say

Should You Intervene When a Parent Harshly Disciplines a Child in Public?

Police Shoot and Kill Black Man in El Cajon, Calif.

Why You Shouldn’t Believe Most Online Polls

Senate Votes to Override Obama Veto on 9/11 Victims Bill

Donald Trump ‘Doesn’t Do His Homework,’ Obama Says After Debate

Hillary Clinton Struggles to Win Back Young Voters From Third Parties

Democrats Eye Hillary Clinton’s Confidence After Debate With Caution

Donald Trump Pushes Debunked Theory That Google Suppressed Rival’s Bad News

‘I Guess I’m Having an Aleppo Moment’: Gary Johnson Can’t Name a Single Foreign Leader

New Debate Strategy for Donald Trump: Practice, Practice, Practice

Flint Water Deal May Help Avert Government Shutdown

Old Foes Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton Team Up to Woo the Kids

‘She Has a Name,’ Alicia Machado, and It Is Everywhere

Colin Kaepernick Says Presidential Candidates Were Trying to ‘Debate Who’s Less Racist’

California Today: A Snooze of a Senate Race

Alabama Chief Justice Roy S. Moore Battles Latest Ethics Charges

Suburban Women Find Little to Like in Donald Trump’s Debate Performance

Commentators Give Hillary Clinton Edge in Debate

I Muted Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton During the Debate. I Still Knew the Score.

The Morning After the Debate, Donald Trump Goes on the Attack

Hillary Clinton, at Ease Onstage, Seems Utterly Herself

Does Donald Trump Pay Taxes? Here’s What We Know

Scant Evidence to Support Trump’s Attacks on the Fed

Would Donald Trump Ever Use Nuclear Arms First? He Doesn’t Seem Sure

A Subdued Donald Trump Showed a Side We Rarely See

Debate Takeways: Hillary Clinton Digs In and Prevails

Obama Nominates First Ambassador to Cuba in Over 50 Years

Senate’s Vote on Simple Bill to Fund the Government Is Anything But

By the Numbers: Butting In, and Going On, Trump Dominates

Appeals Court Hears Challenge to Obama’s Climate Change Rules

Shamed and Angry: The Beauty Contestant Donald Trump Mocked for Her Weight

Pepe the Frog Is Listed as a Hate Symbol by the Anti-Defamation League

Whether Crime Is Up or Down Depends on Data Being Used

Keith Scott Threatened Family, Wife Said in Court Papers

California Today: First-Day Jitters for Kevin Durant

Addicted Parents Get Their Fix, Even With Children Watching

Suit Accuses Alabama of Bias in Law That Bars Some Felons From Voting

Scenes From New England’s Drought: Dry Wells, Dead Fish and Ailing Farms

The What-Ifs: 11 Debate Possibilities That Should Worry the Campaigns

Transcript of the First Debate

Rudolph Giuliani Says Donald Trump Bit His Tongue Because Chelsea Clinton Was in the Room

Tax Returns, Climate Change and the Sniffles: The Fallout From the First Debate

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Press Pointed Attacks in Debate

How The New York Times Will Fact-Check the Debate

Lester Holt, Given a Choice Assignment, Opted for Restraint

How to Watch the First Debate and How It Works

How Hillary Clinton Went From Hesitant to Scorching

What to Watch as Congress Nears Deadline to Avert Shutdown

Our Fact Checks of the First Debate

For Debate Organizer, a New Priority: Crowd Control

Congress Meets, With 5 Days to Avoid Shutdown Over Funding

Clinton Could Have Corrected Trump, but He Blared ‘Wrong!’

U.S. Murders Surged in 2015, F.B.I. Finds

Kerr Putney, Charlotte Chief, Had Cause in His Life to Distrust Police

Houston Shooting Leaves Gunman Dead and Nine Others Injured Near Mall, Police Say

California Today: ‘Sticker Shock’ in Los Angeles Housing

Man Charged With Murder in Shooting of 5 at Mall in Washington State

What We Know About the Details of the Police Shooting in Charlotte

At Farewell for Black Driver Shot by Tulsa Officer, Music and Fond Memories

Pre-Debate Guessing Game: Will the First Also Be the Last?

Foreign Policy Questions to Ask Clinton and Trump at the Debate

Court Leader or Leading Dissenter? Chief Justice’s Fate Tied to Election

Presidential Debate: What to Watch For as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Face Off

Obama Climate Plan, Now in Court, May Hinge on Error in 1990 Law

For Some, Bush-Obama Rapport Recalls a Lost Virtue: Political Civility

First Clinton-Trump Debate Is Framed by Rifts Over Race and Gender

In Charlotte, Activists From Across U.S. Offer Support and Tear Gas Remedies

Difficult Questions: How Much the Clinton-Trump Debates Matter

California Today: The Cool Spectacle of Snap’s Spectacles

Rarity of Tulsa Shooting: Female Officers Are Almost Never Involved

Obama Says African-American Museum Will Tell of ‘Suffering and Delight’

Donald Trump’s Potential Guest at Debate: Gennifer Flowers

Donald Trump’s ‘Movement’ Ad: Positive Message, Subtle Dig

2008 Crisis Deepened the Ties Between Clintons and Goldman Sachs

Police Hunt Gunman Who Killed 5 at Mall in Washington State

In a Roundabout Way, a Maine Town’s Future May Turn on a Traffic Issue

Yielding to Pressure, Charlotte Releases Videos of Keith Scott Shooting

Tulsa’s Prayers, and Past Scars, Softened Reaction to Police Shooting

Voter Registration Deadlines, State by State

Ted Cruz Announces Support for Donald Trump

Mr. Ryan, Your Views on Donald Trump? Next Question, Please

Debate Prep? Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Differ on That, Too

Obama Vetoes 9/11 Bill, but Congressional Override Is Expected

$12 Million Iranian Embassy Is Empty, but the U.S. Cuts the Grass

Ruling Means Most of Hillary Clinton’s Emails Will Come Out After Election

Hillary Clinton Aide Playing Donald Trump in Mock Debates

Donald Trump the Philanthropist Is Known for His Reluctance

College Republicans, Once ‘the Best Party on Campus,’ Endure Taunts Over Trump

Larry Sanders, Bernie’s Brother, Is Running for David Cameron’s Seat in Parliament

Paul Bunyan Is as Big as Ever, but Another Man of Myth Is H-u-g-e

4 Dead in Shooting at Mall in Washington State, Police Say

Charlotte Is Pressured to Release Police Video of Man’s Killing

Congressman Tells BBC: Charlotte Protesters ‘Hate White People’

Wife of Keith Scott, Charlotte Shooting Victim, Filmed Fatal Encounter With Police

Tulsa Officer Charged in Fatal Shooting of Black Driver

In San Francisco, a Sinking Skyscraper and a Deepening Dispute

Spending Bill Seems Likely to Take Up Ted Cruz’s Fight Over Internet Directory

Keith Scott’s Killing by Police Emerges as Issue in Tight North Carolina Race

Obama Is on the Cusp of a Rebuke He Has Long Avoided: A Veto Override

Presenting America’s Newest Comedy Team: Mel Brooks and Obama

At Shareblue, Activating Hillary Clinton’s Outrage Machine

Email Hack Details Movements of Joe Biden, Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton

Donald Trump Says Drugs Are ‘Big Factor’ in Urban Violence

Donald Trump, in Pittsburgh, Pledges to Boost Both Coal and Gas

Donald Trump’s Crime Policies Might Hit Minorities Harder, Experts Say

A Peek at House Members Before Recess, in Three Snippets

A Deadpan Hillary Clinton Visits ‘Between Two Ferns’

‘In-Betweeners’ Are Part of a Rich Recruiting Pool for Jihadists

Police Videos, Kept Private, Fuel Tensions in Charlotte

Charlotte Police Shooting Video Not ‘Definitive,’ Chief Says

Fatal Shooting by Police Shakes Charlotte’s Self-Image

California Today: Should We Ban Plastic Bags?

Why First Aid Is Often Lacking in the Moments After a Police Shooting

Unanswered Questions Fuel Doubts Among Friends of Minnesota Mall Attacker

Texas Threatens to Pull Out of Refugee Resettlement Program

Who Hates Trade Treaties? Surprisingly, Not Voters

Hillary Clinton Outlines Vision of More Job Opportunities for People With Disabilities

Hillary Clinton Struggles to Replicate Obama’s Small-Donor Juggernaut

Don King Uses Racial Epithet in Introducing Donald Trump

Corey Lewandowski Continues to Be Paid by Donald Trump’s Campaign

Fight Between Saudis and 9/11 Families Escalates in Washington

Gun Is Found After Fatal Police Shooting of Black Man, Charlotte Chief Says

In Cranes’ Shadow, Los Angeles Strains to See a Future With Less Sprawl

Immigrants Aren’t Taking Americans’ Jobs, New Study Finds

Why Didn’t the F.B.I. Stop the New York Bombing?

Chicago to Hire Many More Police, but Effect on Crime Is Debated

California Today: The Debate Over Indian Mascots and Imagery

Protests Erupt in Charlotte After Police Kill a Black Man

Trump Campaign Vows to Fund Florida Push, Official Says, but Cash Is in Limbo

Senate Is Set to Vote on Zika and Government Funding

Sheldon Adelson Focuses on Congressional Races, Despite Donald Trump’s Pleas

Elder Bush Plans to Vote for Hillary Clinton, a Kennedy Says

Donald Trump Jr.’s Skittles Post on Twitter Fits a Pattern

Donald Trump Used Over $250,000 From Charity for Business Disputes, Report Says

Donald Trump Stands by Chris Christie Despite Revelations in Bridge Closing Trial

Bombing Case Points to Gaps in Trump’s and Clinton’s Antiterrorism Plans

Minnesota Knife Attacker Had Only Infrequent, Minor Brushes With Police

Man Killed by Tulsa Police Posed No Threat, His Family Says

Resolution of Jacob Wetterling Case Also Closes Chapter for a Reporter

Chicago Is Planning to Add Hundreds of Police Officers

California Voters Face Choice: End Death Penalty, or Speed It Up

California Today: Extra! Extra! How the Gossip Machine Chased the ‘Brangelina’ Split

Video Released in Terence Crutcher’s Killing by Tulsa Police

After Bombings, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Clash Over Terrorism

Friends Say Minnesota Attacker Was ‘Normal American Kid’

Having Won Re-election, a Black Mayor Is Out to Win Every Voter’s Heart

Flaws in Fingerprint Records Allowed Hundreds to Become U.S. Citizens

California Today: Clearing the Air, Without Fossil Fuels

Business


Wells Fargo’s Reaction to Scandal Fails to Satisfy Angry Lawmakers

Qualcomm Is Said to Be in Talks to Buy NXP Semiconductors

Och-Ziff to Pay Over $400 Million in Bribery Settlement

IBM to Acquire Promontory, a Financial Consulting Firm

Concern Over Deutsche Bank’s Health Shakes Markets

Former BlackRock Fund Manager Charged With Insider Trading

YouTube Hires Music Executive as a Liaison to the Industry

Coachella Classic: A Festival for Rock Giants and Their Aging Fans

For Some Newspapers, Endorsing Clinton Means Losing Subscribers

Alec Baldwin Joins ‘S.N.L.’ as Donald Trump

Oil Prices Soar on Tentative OPEC Deal to Cut Production

More Wealth, More Jobs, but Not for Everyone: What Fuels the Backlash on Trade

Shareholders Approve SABMiller Takeover by Anheuser-Busch InBev

I.M.F. Chief Lagarde Calls Trade Restrictions ‘Economic Malpractice’

Regulators to Review London Stock Exchange-Deutsche Börse Merger

Deutsche Bank, Facing Challenges, Says It Will Sell Abbey Life

California Treasurer Suspends Ties With Wells Fargo

U.S. to Bar Arbitration Clauses in Nursing Home Contracts

By Taking Back Money, Wells Fargo’s Board Seems to Recall Its Role

At 84 Million Viewers, Debate Was the Most-Watched Ever

World Bank Picks Jim Yong Kim for Second Term as President

Greek Lawmakers Pass Additional Austerity Measures

Chinese Tourists Pump Cash Into a Hot Destination: China

What Can Mexico Do About Trump?

Wells Fargo to Claw Back $41 Million of Chief’s Pay Over Scandal

Standard Chartered’s U.S. Settlement Is Imperiled by New Claims

Merger of Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller Faces Final Hurdle

Fly-Along Companions Offer a Way for Older People to Travel

Audi’s Research and Development Chief Leaves as VW Inquiries Continue

Golf Great Arnold Palmer Was Also a Pioneering Pitchman

A New Debate Over Pricing the Risks of Climate Change

Wells Fargo Workers Claim Retaliation for Playing by the Rules

Twitter’s Steep Premium: The Cost of Employee Stock Grants

Trump’s a Businessman. Where’s His Business Backing?

Deutsche Bank Denies Seeking Germany’s Help in U.S. Dispute

Snapchat, Known for Ephemera, Proves Its Staying Power With Videos

A Moment of Truth for Presidential Debate Moderators

Making Video Ads That Work on Facebook’s Silent Screen

Jane Pauley to Become Anchor of CBS Show ‘Sunday Morning’

Edward Davis, ‘World’s Grumpiest Boss,’ Dies at 85

Millions in U.S. Climb Out of Poverty, at Long Last

‘Brexit’ Prompts Many British C.E.O.s to Consider Relocating, Survey Finds

Your Local 1-Percenters May Not Be as Rich as You Think

Clinton-Trump Debate Expected to Be Rare Draw in a Polarized Age

In Australia, China’s Appetite Shifts From Rocks to Real Estate

Tesla Upgrades Autopilot in Cars on the Road

Facebook Apologizes for Overstating Video Metrics

Ex-Société Générale Trader’s €4.9 Billion Fine Is Cut to €1 Million

Twitter Is Said to Be Discussing a Possible Takeover

Danish Payments Processor Nets Valued at $4.5 Billion in I.P.O.

Expecto Patronum! Patronus Test Keeps ‘Harry Potter’ Marketing Alive

Audiobooks Turn More Readers Into Listeners as E-Books Slip

Japan’s Newest Technology Innovation: Priest Delivery

Weekly Jobless Claims Fall, Raising Odds of Fed Rate Increase

JP Morgan May Face New Scrutiny in China Hiring Case

China Shrugs Off the Ties That Bind

Volkswagen Shareholders Seek $9.2 Billion Over Diesel Scandal

In Wells Fargo’s Bogus Accounts, Echoes of Foreclosure Abuses

Divided Fed Holds Interest Rates Steady but Notes Improving Economy

Hedge Fund Manager Leon Cooperman Charged With Insider Trading

World’s Biggest I.P.O. This Year Gets Help from Beijing

Cellphones, Not Banks, May Be Key to Finance in the Developing World

Japan’s Central Bank Raises Target Despite Limited Progress

Japan’s Negative Interest Rates Explained

In Backing Autonomous Cars, U.S. Tells Automakers to Figure It Out

G.M. and Union Avoid Strike by 3,900 Canadian Workers

G.M. Job Shift From Mexico Tests a Trump Premise

Citing ‘Gutless Leadership,’ Senators Denounce Wells Fargo’s John Stumpf

How Tesla and Apple Could Be Good for Each Other

F.D.A. Approves Muscular Dystrophy Drug That Patients Lobbied For

Why So Many Business Leaders Are Tiptoeing Around Donald Trump

Spin Class Full? Feel the Burn From Your Living Room

Science and Technology


Defending Against Hackers Took a Back Seat at Yahoo, Insiders Say

Protecting Humans and Jobs From Robots Is 5 Tech Giants’ Goal

Virtual Reality’s Possibilities Lure Video Game Developers

How Those Wireless Emergency Alerts Find You

A High-Stakes Bet: Turning Google Assistant Into a ‘Star Trek’ Computer

BlackBerry Abandons Its Phone

Facebook Ordered to Stop Collecting Data on WhatsApp Users in Germany

Make the Mac’s Share Menu More Useful

An App to Help Save Emissions (and Maybe Money) When Buying a Car

Elon Musk’s Plan: Get Humans to Mars, and Beyond

U.S. Accuses Tech Firm Palantir of Bias Against Asian Engineers

So Now You Want Windows 10 …

For Rosetta, a Landing and an Ending on a Comet

How a Small, Family Forest Can Help Save the Planet

Pigeons Resist Misguided Leaders

Scientists Inspect the Great Barrier Reef, From 28,000 Feet Above

Ants Pick Morphine Over Sugar

A Choice Beyond Cable Box Rentals? It May Hinge on a Swing Voter

Phone Makers Could Cut Off Drivers. So Why Don’t They?

Farhad’s and Pui-Wing’s Week in Tech: Yahoo’s Hacking, Self-Driving Cars and the Future of Twitter

What the Hacking at Yahoo Means for Verizon

Take Extra Steps to Keep Your Personal Information Secure

Hackers Trawl User Data in Hopes a Small Target Will Lead to a Big One

Daily Report: Breach Extends Yahoo’s Long, Steep Fall

Yahoo Says Hackers Stole Data on 500 Million Users in 2014

Daily Report: Bay Area Claims Transport Center of the World Title

In the Wild, Goldfish Turn From Pet to Pest

Climate Change Threatens World’s Coffee Supply, Report Says

Victor Scheinman, Assembly Line Robot Inventor, Dies at 73

Here Come the iPhone 7 and iOS 10 Apps: What to Try First

Allo’s Tryout: 5 Days With Google’s Annoying Office Intern

Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan Pledge $3 Billion to Fighting Disease

For the Debaters: What Shall We Do About the Tech Careening Our Way?

Apple Is Said to Hold Talks With McLaren and Lit Motors

A Single Migration From Africa Populated the World, Studies Find

The 15-Point Federal Checklist for Self-Driving Cars

Self-Driving Cars Gain Powerful Ally: The Government

A Lesson of Tesla Crashes? Computer Vision Can’t Do It All Yet

Laser Scans Unveil a Network of Ancient Cities in Cambodia

How Tech Companies Disrupted Silicon Valley’s Restaurant Scene

Free Tools to Keep Those Creepy Online Ads From Watching You

Others


Is New York Ready for Solar Power?

‘The Girl on the Train’ Takes the Fast Track From Book to Screen

Spock: Half-Vulcan. Half-Human. All Outsider Role Model.

What’s ‘A Prairie Home Companion’ Without Garrison Keillor?

The Conspiracy Theorists’ Election

Social Media Got You Down? Be More Like Beyoncé

Baltimore vs. Marilyn Mosby

How Donald Trump Set Off a Civil War Within the Right-Wing Media

Ana Navarro Wants Republicans to Stand Up to Trump

The Proposals Were Awkward (but the Answers Were Yes)

Brian Anderson, Skateboarding Star, Comes Out as Gay

Stephen King Reviews Emma Donoghue’s Latest Novel

Anthony Doerr Reviews a New Book on Time Travel

9 New Books We Recommend This Week

Is ‘Westworld’ HBO’s Next Big Hit?

Elvis Costello’s New York Soul

How to Pick the Best Credit Card, Based on Rewards

How Rich Couples Who Aren’t Pitt and Jolie Manage Their Divorces

For an Odd Couple, the Ryder Cup Offers a Chance to Reminisce

In Aftermath of Train Crash, Wary New Jersey Commuters Make the Best of It

Google Searches for Voter Registration Have Surged in Hispanic Areas

Lingering on the Edge of His Father’s Long Shadow

Bartolo Colon’s Secret: It’s the Wrist, Not the Waist

No Stranger to Marital Strife, Rudy Giuliani Wags a Finger at the Clintons

Leaderless and Underfunded, N.J. Transit Had Troubles Well Before Fatal Crash

New York Today: Commuting After the Crash

Hoboken Train Crash Leaves One Dead and Dozens Injured

How to Get to Work After the Hoboken Train Crash

How to Get Home After the Hoboken Train Crash

Chaos at Hoboken Station After Train ‘Flew Through the Air’

Credibility of Chris Christie’s ‘Enforcer’ Challenged During Bridge Scandal Trial

Review: In ‘Deepwater Horizon,’ Oil, Fire and Greed

Review: ‘13TH,’ the Journey From Shackles to Prison Bars

The Texas-Shaped World

Rihanna’s Fenty Line Debuts in Paris and Receives a Pop Star Welcome

Shimon Peres, Hoboken, Google: Your Friday Briefing

How Do You Make Turbo Engines More Efficient? Just Add Water

New York City Starts $5 Million Fund for Women in Film and Theater

Lady Gaga to Headline Super Bowl Halftime Show

A Bold New Landing for Modern Art at the National Gallery

400-Pound Hacker? Trump Comments Fuel Dialogue on Fat-Shaming

If Your Vote Doesn’t Really Count, Is There Anything You Can Do?

Calls to 911 From Black Neighborhoods Fell After a Case of Police Violence

In Martino, Atlanta United Hires a Pedigree With an Eye on the Future

Tim Tebow Homers in First At-Bat (Finishes 1 for 6)

Oral Nicholas Hillary Acquitted in Potsdam Boy’s Killing

New York Tonight: Hoboken Train Crash and Wet Weather

New York Today: Artists-in-Residence

‘Mr. Wolf’ Sought to Fix Bridge Scandal, Ex-Christie Ally Testifies

Fire Dept. Chief Killed in Bronx Blast Is Recalled as Family Man and ‘Rising Star’

2 Men Who Found Unexploded Bomb in Travel Bag in Chelsea Are Identified

High Blood Pressure May Limit Children’s Cognitive Skills, Study Suggests

Anthony Vaccarello at Yves Saint Laurent: 1980s Kitsch and Kaboodle

New York’s Secret Garden

U.S. Election, El Cajon, Yahoo: Your Thursday Briefing

Agnes Nixon, Who Injected Social Ills Into Soap Operas, Dies at 93

Beyoncé Raised the Bar With ‘Lemonade.’ Now Others Are Leaping, Too.

The Plot to Put Conceptual Art on ‘Melrose Place.’ Yes, Really.

How to Be Mindful With Facebook

What’s in Your Herbal Pills? Firm Promises DNA Testing for Proof

A Debate Victory Doesn’t Ensure a Real Shift in the Race

Inside the Elaborate World of Gucci’s Shows

Sam Allardyce Out as England Manager

England Manager Sam Allardyce Undone by an Undercover Film

Tax Break for Olympic Heroes? A Lone Wolf Says No

Coaches Take Contrasting Styles Into World Cup of Hockey Finals

Michael Phelps Is Calmer These Days, on the Golf Course and Off

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