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"1917" won the top prize at the Producers Guild of America awards on Saturday night, adding to an haul that included win...
01/20/2020
‘1917’ Becomes Oscar Front-Runner After Producers Guild Win

"1917" won the top prize at the Producers Guild of America awards on Saturday night, adding to an haul that included wins for best drama and best director at the Golden Globes this month.

Its director, Sam Mendes, dedicated the award to his grandfather, a World War I veteran who was one of the inspirations behind the war film.

8 years and counting of civil war in Syria have condemned a generation of Syrian men to their deaths, to prison, or to p...
01/20/2020
These Syrian Women Rarely Left the House. Then the Men Disappeared.

8 years and counting of civil war in Syria have condemned a generation of Syrian men to their deaths, to prison, or to precarious lives as refugees. Many of the women left behind are now working outside of the home for the first time.

In parts of Syria, women once stepped out of their homes only rarely — at least until war came. Now some are relishing a newfound independence.

After enduring mass detentions and years of a sweeping campaign to turn them into obedient followers of the Communist Pa...
01/20/2020
Battered but Resilient After China’s Crackdown

After enduring mass detentions and years of a sweeping campaign to turn them into obedient followers of the Communist Party, Uighurs living in an ancient Muslim town in China are holding on to their traditions.

An ancient Muslim town, Yarkand is a cultural cradle for the Uighurs, who have experienced mass detentions. A rare visit revealed how people there have endured the upheavals.

In The New York Times Opinion Section, Captain "Sully" Sullenberger writes, "What might a child who stutters, as I did, ...
01/20/2020
Opinion | Capt. ‘Sully’ Sullenberger: Like Joe Biden, I Once Stuttered, Too. I Dare You to Mock Me.

In The New York Times Opinion Section, Captain "Sully" Sullenberger writes, "What might a child who stutters, as I did, feel when they hear a grown-up on a public stage trying to make a bunch of other adults laugh by ridiculing a public figure who also stutters?"

The retired pilot responds to recent comments from the president’s daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, on the way the former vice president talks.

Chinese authorities said on Sunday that 17 more people had been infected with a mysterious new virus, raising questions ...
01/20/2020
China Reports New Cases of Deadly Virus, Adding to Fears of Outbreak

Chinese authorities said on Sunday that 17 more people had been infected with a mysterious new virus, raising questions about how it's being transmitted and adding to concerns about its spread ahead of a busy travel season for Lunar New Year.

The spread of the pneumonialike illness comes ahead of the Lunar New Year, when hundreds of millions will travel.

Breaking with tradition, the editorial board has endorsed two candidates for the Democratic Party’s presidential nominat...
01/20/2020
New York Times Editorial Board Endorses Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren

Breaking with tradition, the editorial board has endorsed two candidates for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination: Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar.

The decision to endorse two candidates was a significant break with convention. The board said it reflected the Democratic Party’s “radical” and “realist” models.

Joe Biden condemned President Donald J. Trump in some of his strongest language yet for heightening racial divisions in ...
01/20/2020
Mentioning Trump and K.K.K. in Same Sentence, Biden Condemns Hate

Joe Biden condemned President Donald J. Trump in some of his strongest language yet for heightening racial divisions in the United States.

On his first campaign stop for the Martin Luther King holiday in South Carolina, Joe Biden denounced the president in some of his strongest language yet.

Davos has become somewhat of a punch line for its critics, an event where, among other things, attendees express concern...
01/20/2020
In Its 50th Year, Davos Is Searching for Its Soul

Davos has become somewhat of a punch line for its critics, an event where, among other things, attendees express concern about climate change but arrive in private jets. "It pains me," the event's founder said. But it hasn't slowed him down.

Critics say the gathering of elites is out of touch. But the World Economic Forum’s founder, Klaus Schwab, is still making the case that the annual event in Switzerland makes a difference.

In The New York Times Opinion Section: Every election since 1860, The Times's editorial board has endorsed a candidate f...
01/20/2020
The Weekly | Choosing a Democratic Candidate to Challenge Trump

In The New York Times Opinion Section: Every election since 1860, The Times's editorial board has endorsed a candidate for president. This process has taken place in private. Until now.

For the first time, The Times editorial board will consider its endorsement for the Democratic presidential primary on the record and in full view of our TV cameras. Watch the board interview the leading candidates.

A bizarre tentacled microbe discovered on the floor of the Pacific Ocean may help explain the origins of all animals, pl...
01/20/2020
This Strange Microbe May Mark One of Life’s Great Leaps

A bizarre tentacled microbe discovered on the floor of the Pacific Ocean may help explain the origins of all animals, plants, fungi — and, of course, humans.

A organism living in ocean muck offers clues to the origins of the complex cells of all animals and plants.

Certain kinds of flu strains can be especially dangerous for children and older adults, and they're showing up in force ...
01/20/2020
This Flu Season Is Looking Rough for Kids

Certain kinds of flu strains can be especially dangerous for children and older adults, and they're showing up in force this season. NYT Parenting has what you need to know.

Here’s what parents should know.

Serve the greens with plenty of the curry coconut sauce spooned over. Pair them with rice, chewy noodles, roasted squash...
01/20/2020
Coconut Creamed Kale Recipe

Serve the greens with plenty of the curry coconut sauce spooned over. Pair them with rice, chewy noodles, roasted squash or red lentils, or alongside white fish or shrimp.

These are not your typical creamed greens: Here, curly kale, rich coconut milk, curry powder and chile sauce are tossed together, then baked The result is two textures in one: creamy on the bottom and crunchy (like a kale chip) on top Crisp coconut flakes bring even more texture

In The New York Times Opinion Section, Laurence Scott writes, "The proliferation of digital surveillance software is mak...
01/19/2020
Opinion | How the ‘Sharing’ Economy Erodes Both Privacy and Trust

In The New York Times Opinion Section, Laurence Scott writes, "The proliferation of digital surveillance software is making the elimination of unmonitored, unaccountable moments an expected part of a business’s service."

To participate in services like Airbnb, you have to expose yourself.

Prince Harry and Meghan's deal with the royal family has left many unanswered questions, including the tax implications ...
01/19/2020
Harry and Meghan’s Hard Exit

Prince Harry and Meghan's deal with the royal family has left many unanswered questions, including the tax implications of the split and who will pay for security, along with more esoteric matters such as if they'll ever appear on a royal balcony again.

The couple’s wish to carve out more “progressive” roles led to the loss of perks, privileges and titles.

A dispute over $200 in rent put a violent end to a story that began as one immigrant in New York trying to help another.
01/19/2020
A Dispute Over $200 and a Deadly Push Down the Stairs

A dispute over $200 in rent put a violent end to a story that began as one immigrant in New York trying to help another.

A landlord was sympathetic to a young immigrant, so he rented him a room. But then they clashed.

Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado hasn't held a town hall-style meeting in 2 years. Why? He's avoiding attention about hi...
01/19/2020
Where Is Cory Gardner?

Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado hasn't held a town hall-style meeting in 2 years. Why? He's avoiding attention about his ties to President Donald J. Trump, especially as the Senate impeachment trial nears, in hopes of holding onto his narrowly won seat.

As the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump nears, the Republican senator from Colorado has gone to ground as he tries to keep moderates and independents in his corner while facing a tough re-election race.

Mexican police used pepper spray and closed the large metal gates of a border crossing between Guatemala and Mexico to k...
01/19/2020
A Surge of Migrants Rushes a Mexican Border Crossing

Mexican police used pepper spray and closed the large metal gates of a border crossing between Guatemala and Mexico to keep out a crowd of more than 1,000 migrant people on Saturday.

The latest influx from Guatemala is testing Mexico’s resolve to restrict the movement of undocumented migrants under pressure from the United States.

Rutgers University is expected to name its first black president, Jonathan Holloway, on Tuesday, a school official said....
01/19/2020
Rutgers to Name Its First Black President, School Official Says

Rutgers University is expected to name its first black president, Jonathan Holloway, on Tuesday, a school official said. Holloway is the provost of Northwestern University.

Jonathan Holloway, the provost at Northwestern University, is expected to be introduced by the school on Tuesday.

“Unclear on why there’s a need for camouflage…in space…” "Star Trek" actor George Takei wrote on Twitter.
01/19/2020
A Small Step for Space Force Is Not a Giant Leap for Uniform Design

“Unclear on why there’s a need for camouflage…in space…” "Star Trek" actor George Takei wrote on Twitter.

The unveiling of the new military branch’s name tape — “U.S. Space Force,” embroidered in blue — was overshadowed by reactions to its familiar camouflage uniform.

The Tennessee Titans have taken the lead against the Kansas City Chiefs with a rare field goal. Follow along for live up...
01/19/2020
Titans vs. Chiefs: Live Updates and Score

The Tennessee Titans have taken the lead against the Kansas City Chiefs with a rare field goal. Follow along for live updates.

Kansas City’s explosive passing game will try to outscore a run-heavy attack by Tennessee, with a Super Bowl trip on the line.

In the shadow of Australia's bushfire crisis, the Australian Open begins Monday. Here's what to expect.
01/19/2020
Australian Open 2020: What to Expect

In the shadow of Australia's bushfire crisis, the Australian Open begins Monday. Here's what to expect.

The reigning champions, Naomi Osaka and Novak Djokovic, have been playing well, but there is a lot of potential for drama.

Newnan, Georgia decided to use art to help the community celebrate diversity and embrace change. Not everyone was ready ...
01/19/2020
How 17 Outsize Portraits Rattled a Small Southern Town

Newnan, Georgia decided to use art to help the community celebrate diversity and embrace change. Not everyone was ready for what they saw.

Newnan, Ga., decided to use art to help the community celebrate diversity and embrace change. Not everyone was ready for what they saw.

In the New York Times Magazine: Jonathan Mahler has followed Rudy Giuliani’s career for decades, fascinated by how he al...
01/19/2020
The Fog of Rudy

In the New York Times Magazine: Jonathan Mahler has followed Rudy Giuliani’s career for decades, fascinated by how he always practiced politics with an inability to experience shame. The real question, Mahler writes, isn't "What happened to Rudy?" It's "What happened to us?"

Did he change — or did America?

The Senate will control the cameras during the impeachment trial, limiting what viewers will see. Reporters will be conf...
01/19/2020
Even C-SPAN Is Piqued: Senate Puts Limits on Trial Coverage

The Senate will control the cameras during the impeachment trial, limiting what viewers will see. Reporters will be confined to roped-off areas. The effect is to make it harder to chronicle the you-are-there details of a historic moment, journalists say.

The Senate will control the cameras during the impeachment trial, limiting what viewers see, and reporters will be confined to roped-off areas.

Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of Angola's former president, is the richest woman in Africa with an estimated net worth...
01/19/2020
How U.S. Firms Helped Africa’s Richest Woman Exploit Her Country’s Wealth

Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of Angola's former president, is the richest woman in Africa with an estimated net worth of over $2 billion. Here’s how global consulting firms, including McKinsey & Company and PwC, helped her profit off her country's wealth.

Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of Angola’s former president, built an empire in a country mired in corruption. Western consultants were her advisers.

Joe Biden accused Bernie Sanders's presidential campaign of distorting his record on Social Security, claiming without e...
01/19/2020
Biden and Sanders Clash Over Social Security

Joe Biden accused Bernie Sanders's presidential campaign of distorting his record on Social Security, claiming without evidence that the Sanders team promoted a "doctored" video.

Joseph R. Biden Jr. and advisers to the Sanders campaign exchanged sharp accusations over his record as the two presidential candidates chased an overlapping slice of blue-collar voters.

SpaceX's test of its Crew Dragon capsule rescue system, a crucial safety test before astronauts are permitted on board, ...
01/19/2020
SpaceX Launch Updates: Rocket Destroyed in Crew Dragon Safety Test

SpaceX's test of its Crew Dragon capsule rescue system, a crucial safety test before astronauts are permitted on board, appears to have been a success. The rocket was destroyed shortly after launch, and the capsule landed intact in the Atlantic Ocean.

To prove it is safe for astronauts, the company will test its Crew Dragon capsule’s rescue system.

The bodies of 11 Ukrainian citizens who were killed when Iran's military mistakenly shot down a passenger jet this month...
01/19/2020
Bodies of Ukrainians Killed in Iran Plane Crash Are Returned Home

The bodies of 11 Ukrainian citizens who were killed when Iran's military mistakenly shot down a passenger jet this month have been returned home.

President Volodymyr Zelensky attended a ceremony for the 11 Ukrainians killed on the airliner shot down by Iran.

For the San Francisco 49ers, the path to Sunday's NFC Championship game started 3 years ago — and with tip from John Har...
01/19/2020
A Rival’s Advice Put the 49ers on a Super Bowl Path

For the San Francisco 49ers, the path to Sunday's NFC Championship game started 3 years ago — and with tip from John Harbaugh, the head coach of the Baltimore Ravens.

San Francisco’s success this season is rooted in a process initiated three years ago by Kyle Shanahan and John Lynch, but also in a tip from the Ravens’ John Harbaugh.

Foie gras was a domino in a fragile local economy in upstate New York. Now that the city has banned it, hundreds of low-...
01/19/2020
A Luxury Dish Is Banned, and a Rural County Reels

Foie gras was a domino in a fragile local economy in upstate New York. Now that the city has banned it, hundreds of low-wage immigrant workers are bracing for impact: "They didn't think that a lot of families depend on this job. What are we going to do?"

The ban protects animals and slaps wealthy gourmands. But upstate, hundreds of low-wage immigrant laborers are bracing for the impact.

A water main break, the second one in a week, flooded New York City subway stations and suspended service on several lin...
01/19/2020
Water Break on Upper West Side Disrupts Subway Service

A water main break, the second one in a week, flooded New York City subway stations and suspended service on several lines on Sunday morning.

Subway service on the A, C and D lines was suspended on Sunday morning after the second major water main break in a week.

See how much warmer your city was in 2019, the second hottest year on record.
01/19/2020
How Much Warmer Was Your City in 2019?

See how much warmer your city was in 2019, the second hottest year on record.

In a database of more than 3,500 cities compiled by AccuWeather, about 83 percent saw average temperatures higher than normal last year.

New restorations have made Israel's ancient port city of Caesarea a leading historical tourism destination, on par with ...
01/19/2020
52 Places to Go in 2020: Caesarea, Israel

New restorations have made Israel's ancient port city of Caesarea a leading historical tourism destination, on par with the Acropolis in Athens. This summer, archaeologists plan to unveil even more, previously unseen ruins.

Explore our list of 52 places to go in 2020, selected by New York Times Travel editors.

This recipe works as a lunch or dinner, and although it calls for chicken, the balance of acid and salt could work well ...
01/19/2020
Skillet Chicken With Couscous, Lemon and Halloumi Recipe

This recipe works as a lunch or dinner, and although it calls for chicken, the balance of acid and salt could work well with other proteins, such as fish, tofu, or sliced mushrooms.

Salty bits of halloumi, toasted walnuts and shallots bathed in lemon will enliven this simple yet elegant roast chicken and couscous recipe A dash of red-pepper flakes and a few sprigs of oregano make the dish as fragrant as it is flavorful This recipe works as a lunch or dinner, and although it cal...

Housing projects and ball fields in Red Hook, Brooklyn were built on top of a lead smelting site dating back to the 1920...
01/19/2020
How to Get Rid of 9,000 Tons of Toxic Topsoil

Housing projects and ball fields in Red Hook, Brooklyn were built on top of a lead smelting site dating back to the 1920s. Now the city has to figure out how to safely remove thousands of tons of toxic topsoil — and where it should go.

The ball fields of Red Hook, Brooklyn, were built on the site of a lead-smelting plant. Decades later, the cleanup begins.

The U.S. has been inconsistent at best when it comes to deciding what 18- to 21-year-olds are too young, or just old eno...
01/19/2020
When Are You Really an Adult?

The U.S. has been inconsistent at best when it comes to deciding what 18- to 21-year-olds are too young, or just old enough, to do.

America has been inconsistent at best when it comes to deciding what 18- to 21-year-olds are too young, or just old enough, to do.

Lizzie Skurnick’s brilliant mom was diagnosed with dementia when her son was a baby. She writes for NYT Parenting about ...
01/19/2020
Watching My Son Grow, and My Mom Return to Childhood

Lizzie Skurnick’s brilliant mom was diagnosed with dementia when her son was a baby. She writes for NYT Parenting about learning to be a loving mother to both of them.

My brilliant mom was diagnosed with dementia when my son was a baby. For a time, their interests and abilities matched exactly.

Riot police used water cannons, tear gas and rubber bullets on protesters in Beirut on Saturday, wounding scores of peop...
01/19/2020
Clashes Shake Beirut as Anti-Government Protests Explode in Violence

Riot police used water cannons, tear gas and rubber bullets on protesters in Beirut on Saturday, wounding scores of people and turning the city's commercial center into a battle zone.

Demonstrators and security forces battled in the worst violence yet after three months of protests against Lebanon’s political elite.

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