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After a Year of ‘Rampant’ Cheating, Elite Bridge Tries to Clean Up
par Alan Yuhas le 26/10/2021 à 4:20
As the pandemic forced most players online, the problem of cheating consumed the game’s highest levels. Top players say a tight-lipped culture is finally changing.
Princess Mako's Royal Wedding in Japan Goes Off With Little Fanfare
par Motoko Rich and Makiko Inoue le 26/10/2021 à 4:16
The torturous path to marriage for Princess Mako of Japan, who gave up her title to marry a commoner, leads to a registry office in Tokyo and most likely a life abroad.
Sudan’s Prime Minister Is Detained at Home of General Who Led Coup
par Abdi Latif Dahir and Simon Marks le 26/10/2021 à 4:13
Protesters demanding civilian rule flooded the streets of major cities a day after a military takeover. Many offices and businesses shut, answering a call for civil disobediences.
F.D.A. Panel Considers Pfizer Shot for Younger Children
par The New York Times le 26/10/2021 à 3:58
Federal officials hope the pediatric dose can help close a major gap in the nation’s vaccine campaign. Here’s the latest on the pandemic.
Democrats on ‘Verge of Something Major,’ Pelosi Says as Deal Remains Elusive
par The New York Times le 26/10/2021 à 3:58
House Democrats huddled Tuesday morning, seeking to resolve critical disputes in budget negotiations. An emerging compromise could spend around $1.75 trillion over 10 years.
Faster Buses on 5th Avenue? Not if Business Leaders Get Their Way.
par Dana Rubinstein and Winnie Hu le 26/10/2021 à 3:49
A busway in the heart of Manhattan is now uncertain after a major real estate developer expressed opposition to the plans to Mayor Bill de Blasio.
World Series: Martin Maldonado Is the Astros' Real MVP
par James Wagner le 26/10/2021 à 3:43
Thanks to Martín Maldonado’s guidance of a pitching staff in flux, his status as one of the game’s worst hitters is irrelevant.
Heavy Rain Soaks New York as Nor’easter Pounds the Region
par Michael Gold le 26/10/2021 à 3:28
A flash flood watch will be in effect all day as a storm system moves through New York and New Jersey.
Persistent Inflation Threatens Biden's Agenda
par Jim Tankersley le 26/10/2021 à 3:04
Supply chain disruptions, a worker shortage and pain at the gasoline pump have made inflation an economic and political problem for the White House.
Cori Bush and AOC Are Right About Jan. 6 and 1866
par Jamelle Bouie le 26/10/2021 à 2:05
The Fourteenth Amendment shouldn’t just be about the Civil War.
‘Your County Is Getting a Bad Deal and You Can Do Better’
par Farah Stockman le 26/10/2021 à 1:49
Why the Build Back Better plan has backers in coal country.
Young Kids Should Get the Covid Vaccine. Here’s Why.
par Lee Savio Beers le 26/10/2021 à 1:28
Young children should get the Covid-19 vaccine. Here’s why.
Latest National Climate Plans Still Fall Far Short, U.N. Report Warns
par Brad Plumer le 26/10/2021 à 1:15
Ahead of a major climate summit in Glasgow, many countries have vowed to do more to curb their emissions. But those plans still put the world on path for dangerous warming.
Céline's Newly Unearthed Work Causes a Stir in France
par Léontine Gallois le 26/10/2021 à 1:13
A legal battle is raging over manuscripts written by the antisemitic writer Louis-Ferdinand Céline that disappeared almost eight decades ago.
These Children Were Beaten to Death. Could They Have Been Saved?
par Andy Newman, Ashley Southall and Chelsia Rose Marcius le 26/10/2021 à 12:59
After a series of homicides involving children, New York City said it would make changes to improve coordination between the police and the child welfare agency.
Aung San Suu Kyi to Defend Herself in Myanmar 'Show Trial'
par Sui-Lee Wee and Richard C. Paddock le 26/10/2021 à 12:53
The United Nations has described the charges against the former leader as politically motivated. If convicted, she could face a maximum of 102 years in prison.
Kyle Rittenhouse and the New Era of Political Violence
par Charles Homans le 26/10/2021 à 12:52
What brought the teenager and so many others to the streets of Kenosha, Wis., equipped for war?
After Merkel, Europe Will Be Led By No One
par Helen Thompson le 26/10/2021 à 12:12
Europe Is Headed for One Thing
Covid Cases Keep Falling
par David Leonhardt le 26/10/2021 à 10:18
Covid cases have been falling in every region of the U.S., offering hope.
Why Spending Too Little Could Backfire on Democrats
par Michael Barbaro, Stella Tan, Daniel Guillemette, Rob Szypko, Chelsea Daniel, Rachel Quester, Lisa Tobin, M.J. Davis Lin and Chris Wood le 26/10/2021 à 10:00
Legislative compromises could complicate the Biden administration’s efforts to expand the social safety net.
Long Covid and the Blind Spots of American Medicine
par ‘The Ezra Klein Show’ le 26/10/2021 à 9:30
The journalist Meghan O’Rourke discusses America’s chronic illness epidemic and what it reveals about our health care, culture and society.
Behind the 'Boo!': How Haunted House Actors Scare Guests
par Alexis Soloski and Erik Tanner le 26/10/2021 à 9:00
What does it take to scare the candy corn out of someone? Performers at two of New York’s hallowed haunted attractions explain the secrets behind the shocks.
Why McAuliffe Isn’t Mentioning Biden in Virginia Governor Race
par Lisa Lerer le 26/10/2021 à 9:00
Terry McAuliffe attacks Trump, but avoids talking about his Democratic ally in the White House — pointing up a vulnerability for the party next Tuesday, and beyond.
Divestment Is Pushing Money Away From Fossil Fuels
par Bill McKibben le 26/10/2021 à 9:00
The divestment campaign has taken much of the shine off what was once the planet’s dominant industry.
How to Prepare Your Kid for the Covid Vaccine
par Nia Heard-Garris, M.D. le 26/10/2021 à 9:00
Trypanophobia, or the fear of needles, is common among young children. But there are ways to make vaccination as painless as possible.
Why ‘Evangelical’ Is Becoming Another Word for ‘Republican’
par Ryan Burge le 26/10/2021 à 9:00
It’s not necessarily a theological affinity for Jesus Christ. Many Americans are being drawn to the evangelical label because of its association with the G.O.P.
The Son My Sister Placed for Adoption Wants to Find Her. What Should I Do?
par Kwame Anthony Appiah le 26/10/2021 à 9:00
The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on confidentiality and our claims to know our biological ancestry.
How to Fix the Democrats’ Build Back Better Plan
par David Dayen le 26/10/2021 à 9:00
The party has to do a few things well, rather than a bunch of things poorly.
Book Review: ‘Churchill’s Shadow,’ by Geoffrey Wheatcroft
par Peter Baker le 26/10/2021 à 9:00
“Churchill’s Shadow,” by Geoffrey Wheatcroft, may be the best single-volume indictment of Churchill yet written.
Will the SEC Add to Facebook's Woes?
par Cecilia Kang le 26/10/2021 à 7:00
One of the most pressing questions is whether the Securities and Exchange Commission will significantly add to the company’s woes.
As Gangs’ Power Grows, Haiti’s Police Are Outgunned and Underpaid
par Maria Abi-Habib le 26/10/2021 à 7:00
The police force, dependent on an increasingly depleted state, is finding itself underfunded, underequipped and severely underpaid, even as it faces stronger opponents.
Late Night Is Aghast the G.O.P. Is Allegedly Linked to Jan. 6
par Trish Bendix le 26/10/2021 à 6:30
“It’s a real ‘Ocean’s 11’ of people who can’t count to 10,” Stephen Colbert said.
In the World Series, Eddie Rosario Is Looking Good
par Scott Miller le 26/10/2021 à 1:55
An unheralded pickup at the trading deadline, Rosario has been on a tear, powering Atlanta through the playoffs. Can the M.V.P. of the N.L.C.S. keep it going?
Alec Baldwin Shooting: What Detectives Found at the Movie Set
par Julia Jacobs and Graham Bowley le 25/10/2021 à 11:38
Court papers did not specify what kind of ammunition detectives recovered from a movie set where the actor had fatally shot a cinematographer with a gun he was told did not contain live rounds.
The CIA's Close Relationship with Poland
par John Pomfret le 25/10/2021 à 11:22
The roots of this special relationship stretch back to the Cold War. It’s a story of bravery, blood bonds and, of course, betrayal.
Leaf Blowers Destroy the Environment
par Margaret Renkl le 25/10/2021 à 11:03
Nearly everything about how Americans “care” for their lawns is deadly, but these machines exist in a category of environmental hell all their own.
Tax the Rich, Help America’s Children
par Paul Krugman le 25/10/2021 à 11:00
Democrats’ plans aren’t “Marxism.” They’re as American as apple pie.
Alec Baldwin and the Gun Tragedy
le 25/10/2021 à 7:47
Readers discuss the fatal shooting on a movie set. Also: How disabled people should be treated; exhaustion after Trump.
The Haiti Kidnapping Shows Gangs Are Getting Stronger
par Paul Angelo le 25/10/2021 à 6:53
To restore stability in Haiti, the government must get the gangs under control. International actors also have an important role to play.
Why Parents Aren't Vaccinating Their Kids Against Covid
par Jessica Calarco le 25/10/2021 à 6:49
A “moral calm” is holding parents back from vaccinating their kids.
What You Should Know About the Flu
par Melinda Wenner Moyer le 25/10/2021 à 5:08
We’ve had two light years in a row, which some experts worry could mean we’ll be in for a rough few months.
FSG Promotes Mitzi Angel to President
par Elizabeth A. Harris le 25/10/2021 à 9:00
A publisher and editor who has worked with Sally Rooney, Garth Greenwell and Amia Srinivasan, she will be the first woman to lead the 75-year-old publishing house.
The Many Styles of Emma Amos, and Her Drive to Get Free
par Jillian Steinhauer le 25/10/2021 à 12:08
The artist, who died last year, used collage and fabric to break out of painting’s confines. Now her works are on view at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
‘American Veteran’ Honors the Many Faces of the U.S. Soldier
par Chris Vognar le 22/10/2021 à 7:34
On the heels of America’s longest war, a new PBS documentary series sits down with nearly 50 veterans in hopes of helping to bridge a growing gap.
Narrowing the Vaccine Racial Gap and Fighting Sneaker Bots: The Week in Narrated Articles
le 22/10/2021 à 9:30
Five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you.
‘Thoughts of a Colored Man,’ From University to Broadway
par Eric Grode le 21/10/2021 à 6:02
The playwright Keenan Scott II, the director Steve H. Broadnax III and others discuss how “a timeless piece” for Black actors has evolved over 15 years.
Sister Parish Rises Again, in a Pop-Up
par Jaci Conry le 19/10/2021 à 8:41
No longer just for the Kennedys and Astors: The great-granddaughter of a legendary decorator wants to make interior design more accessible.
Can the Vaccinated Develop Long Covid After a Breakthrough Infection?
par Tara Parker-Pope le 26/08/2021 à 12:16
While the vaccines are effective at preventing serious illness and death, the risk of developing post-Covid health problems after a breakthrough infection isn’t known.
Can You Get Two Colds at Once?
par Richard Klasco, M.D. le 30/03/2018 à 10:05
People can, and often do, get infected with multiple germs. Sometimes it helps; sometimes it hurts.