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Apple Delays and Modifies Its Return to Office Plans
par Tripp Mickle le 17/05/2022 à 8:22
The news was welcomed by an employee group worried about growing coronavirus rates.
Background checks are popular. Why can’t Congress expand them?
par Glenn Thrush and Emily Cochrane le 17/05/2022 à 8:18
Republican opposition doomed previous efforts, but gun control groups say Democrats need to push harder in the wake of the Buffalo massacre.
With Ukraine Taking Firmer Stance, Peace Talks Grind to a Halt
par Anton Troianovski and Valerie Hopkins le 17/05/2022 à 8:14
The impasse is mainly driven by Russia’s insistence on controlling large areas of Ukrainian territory. But Ukraine is also emboldened by successes on the battlefield and angry over Russian atrocities.
White House Offers Another Round of Free Virus Tests Through U.S.P.S.
par Noah Weiland le 17/05/2022 à 8:04
The move doubled to 16 the total number of tests available to each U.S. household through a program that debuted over the winter.
Elon Musk Says Twitter Deal ‘Cannot Move Forward’ in Current State
par Lauren Hirsch, Kate Conger and Adam Satariano le 17/05/2022 à 7:52
Mr. Musk called on Twitter to provide more data about the number of spam and fake accounts on the social media site.
Attack hits local Black publications hard, taking one of their own.
par Alexandra E. Petri le 17/05/2022 à 7:49
Climate Change Has Made Deadly Heat Waves Normal
par David Wallace-Wells le 17/05/2022 à 7:19
In India, weeks of 100-degree heat have become just another everyday climate anomaly.
Pentagon Faults Review of Deadly Airstrike but Finds No Wrongdoing
par Eric Schmitt and Dave Philipps le 17/05/2022 à 6:24
The military’s inquiry followed a New York Times investigation describing allegations that officials sought to conceal dozens of civilian casualties.
Wisconsin Democrats Sue G.O.P. Fake Electors Over 2020 Scheme
par Reid J. Epstein le 17/05/2022 à 6:23
In the first lawsuit of its kind, two real Electoral College delegates from 2020 are seeking damages from 10 fake ones who tried to help Donald Trump overturn his defeat in the state.
House Democrats Release $28 Million Aid Bill to Address Formula Shortage
par Emily Cochrane le 17/05/2022 à 5:58
The money is intended to help the Food and Drug Administration increase its staff and prepare for future shortages of infant formula.
Poor Countries Face a Mounting Catastrophe Fueled by Inflation and Debt
par Peter S. Goodman, Ruth Maclean, Salman Masood, Elif Ince, Flávia Milhorance, Muktita Suhartono and Brenda Kiven le 17/05/2022 à 5:38
Russia’s war in Ukraine is combining with a global tightening of credit and an economic slowdown in China to sow misery in low- and middle-income countries.
New Research Offers Clues as to Why Some Babies Die of SIDS
par Knvul Sheikh le 17/05/2022 à 5:31
The study could pave the way for newborn screening — but the results still need to be corroborated by further research.
From Voodoo to MAGA to Buffalo
par Paul Krugman le 17/05/2022 à 5:20
How the paranoid style took over the G.O.P.
The Buffalo Shooting and the Danger of White Replacement Theory
par Kathleen Belew le 17/05/2022 à 5:18
How replacement theory jeopardizes democracy.
The Slaughter in Buffalo Hasn’t Quieted the Great Replacement Caucus
par Jamelle Bouie le 17/05/2022 à 5:16
Neither did the slaughter in Pittsburgh or El Paso.
How the Stanley Tumbler Became So Popular
par Danya Issawi le 17/05/2022 à 4:44
The Adventure Quencher Travel Tumbler, a social-media-famous water bottle, conquered feeds everywhere, one pale millennial shade at a time.
With Plunging Enrollment, a ‘Seismic Hit’ to Public Schools
par Shawn Hubler le 17/05/2022 à 3:44
The pandemic has supercharged the decline in the nation’s public school system in ways that experts say will not easily be reversed.
Retired Russian Colonel Says on State TV That Ukraine War Isn’t Going Well
par Neil MacFarquhar and Anushka Patil le 17/05/2022 à 3:41
It was a rare moment in a country where broadcasters generally follow the Kremlin’s talking points about the war.
Shared Los Angeles Studios Nurture Emerging Artists
par Robin Pogrebin le 17/05/2022 à 3:39
In the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles, a community supports the practices of young innovators.
The Mexican Model of Abortion Rights
par Michael Barbaro, Clare Toeniskoetter, Rob Szypko, Asthaa Chaturvedi, Chelsea Daniel, Kaitlin Roberts, Lisa Tobin, Marion Lozano, Elisheba Ittoop, Dan Powell, Rowan Niemisto and Chris Wood le 17/05/2022 à 3:33
After years of work by feminist activists, Mexico now finds itself ahead of the United States when it comes to access to abortion.
The F.D.A. authorizes Pfizer-BioNTech boosters for children ages 5 to 11.
par Sharon LaFraniere le 17/05/2022 à 3:10
More than eight million of the 28 million children in that age group in the United States have received two vaccine shots.
The Foot Soldiers in India’s Battle to Improve Public Health
par Sameer Yasir le 17/05/2022 à 2:50
Over a million female health workers treat India’s most at-risk women and children, for little pay and sometimes at the cost of their own lives.
Nobody Tells You How to Be an Adult With a Disability
par Samuel Habib and Dan Habib le 17/05/2022 à 2:27
The path into adulthood is a precarious one for those with a disability. So Samuel Habib, 21, seeks out guidance from America’s most rebellious disability activists.
The Buffalo Shooting Was Not a Random Act of Violence
par The Editorial Board le 17/05/2022 à 2:17
The Buffalo killings are an extreme expression of a worldview that has become increasingly central to the identity of the Republican Party.
Most Extremist Violence in the U.S. Comes From the Political Right
par David Leonhardt le 17/05/2022 à 2:09
The Buffalo killings are part of a pattern: Most extremist violence in the U.S. comes from the political right.
The Macklowe Collection Tops $922 Million at Auction
par Scott Reyburn and Robin Pogrebin le 17/05/2022 à 1:11
The art holdings from a bitter divorce became what Sotheby’s called the most valuable collection ever sold at auction.
With Gas Pumps All but Dry, Sri Lanka Faces Its ‘Most Difficult Time’
par Mujib Mashal le 17/05/2022 à 1:04
The island nation’s new prime minister revealed that the country’s economic disaster was even worse than imagined.
Students Deserve a Student Loan Bailout
par Charlie Eaton, Amber Villalobos and Frederick Wherry le 17/05/2022 à 9:00
Biden’s $10,000 in relief isn’t enough.
10 Republicans on President Trump’s Sway in Georgia, Ohio and Pennsylvania
par Patrick Healy and Adrian J. Rivera le 17/05/2022 à 4:01
Nostalgia for the former president ran high, but his influence in big elections in swing states this month depended on the candidate.
Buffalo Suspect Planned Attack for Months, Online Posts Reveal
par Jesse McKinley, Jonah E. Bromwich, Andy Newman and Chelsia Rose Marcius le 17/05/2022 à 12:49
The 18-year-old was able to buy an assault-style weapon even though he had been held for a mental health evaluation in high school.
Why Breastfeeding Isn’t the Answer to the Formula Shortage
par Catherine Pearson le 16/05/2022 à 5:37
The current crisis has exacerbated an already emotionally charged health care issue in the U.S.
At the Top of His Sport, Joseph Gray is Focused the Next Generation of Black Athletes
par Andy Cochrane and Rachel Woolf le 15/05/2022 à 4:11
Joseph Gray is the most decorated American mountain runner. As the lone Black runner at the top, he wants to help diversify the field.
John Waters Talks About His First Novel
le 13/05/2022 à 6:06
The filmmaker and author’s latest book is “Liarmouth: A Feel-Bad Romance.”
Kids Are Using Social Media More Than Ever, Study Finds
par Melinda Wenner Moyer le 24/03/2022 à 5:26
The report highlights a 17 percent increase in screen use among teens and tweens in the last two years — more than in the four years prior.
Why a Child’s Rude Behavior May Be Good for Development
par Melinda Wenner Moyer le 08/02/2022 à 9:17
The safer children feel, the more they can show their true selves — warts and all — experts say. And that’s good for their development.
My 4-Year-Old Is a Destroyer
par Jessica Winter le 04/03/2021 à 5:37
Here’s why I’m OK with it.