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White House Panel Will Study Whether Climate Change Is a National Security Threat. It Includes a Climate Denialist.

2/21/2019 12:36:40 AM

The Pentagon and federal intelligence agencies have said that climate change is a threat. Now, the White House is planning a panel to study whether that is true.

Supreme Court Limits Police Powers to Seize Private Property

2/20/2019 11:17:48 PM

Civil forfeiture laws, a popular way to raise revenue, have been the subject of criticism across the political spectrum.

Inside a Fly-by-Night Operation to Harvest Ballots in North Carolina

2/21/2019 1:44:38 AM

With a congressional seat in the balance, sworn testimony this week has illuminated the inner workings of an amateurish operation that paid workers to collect absentee ballots.

Alabama Woman Who Joined ISIS Can’t Return Home, U.S. Says

2/21/2019 2:12:46 AM

Hoda Muthana says she regrets going to Syria to join the Islamic State. But President Trump directed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to deny her re-entry.

2 American Wives of ISIS Militants Want to Return Home

2/20/2019 9:29:23 PM

Held in a refugee camp in Syria, the two female recruits said they regretted joining the Islamic State and asked for a second chance.

Jussie Smollett Faces Felony Charge, Accused of Faking Own Assault

2/21/2019 3:20:15 AM

The “Empire” actor was accused of staging the assault he reported as a hate crime to Chicago police in January.

Who Is Jussie Smollett, the Actor Charged With Staging His Own Assault?

2/21/2019 3:14:59 AM

Mr. Smollett, a star in the TV show “Empire,” was charged Wednesday with a felony account of disorderly conduct in connection with the episode.

Jussie Smollett Timeline: Mystery Remains as Actor Is Charged With Faking His Assault

2/21/2019 3:53:41 AM

Here’s a timeline to help keep track of the twists and turns in the now disputed assault of Jussie Smollett, the “Empire” actor.

Venezuelans Fleeing Crisis Face Desperate Hike to 12,000 Feet

2/21/2019 1:03:08 AM

Venezuela’s economic crisis has set off a staggering exodus, with more than three million people leaving the country in recent years — largely on foot.

Venezuela Closes Border to 3 Caribbean Islands Ahead of Aid Showdown

2/20/2019 9:22:50 PM

The move against Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao came before a Saturday deadline by the Venezuelan opposition and the Trump administration for President Nicolás Maduro to end a blockade.

Coast Guard Officer Plotted to Kill Democrats and Journalists, Prosecutors Say

2/21/2019 2:47:28 AM

A cache of weapons was recovered from the home of Christopher P. Hasson, a Coast Guard lieutenant and self-described white nationalist. A court filing called him a domestic terrorist.

Donald Trump, Coast Guard, Jussie Smollett: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing

2/20/2019 11:39:31 PM

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

Huawei, Saudi Arabia, India: Your Thursday Briefing

2/20/2019 8:51:44 PM

Let us help you start your day.

The Myth of the Border Wall

2/21/2019 1:17:40 AM

Where the American frontier once symbolized perennial rebirth, President Trump’s signature project now looms like a national tombstone.

Trump’s Idea of a Middle East Nuclear Deal

2/21/2019 1:13:00 AM

Ignore conflicts of interest and legal safeguards.

Rapists Presented by Their Church as Men of God

2/21/2019 1:27:08 AM

Southern Baptist leaders ignored the wrongdoing. An all-male clergy is part of the problem.

A Better Path to Universal Health Care

2/21/2019 1:10:30 AM

The United States should look to Germany, not Canada, for the best model.

Is the Future of ISIS Female?

2/20/2019 4:07:11 PM

Women are playing an increasingly important role in the insurgency — and security forces are not prepared.

What America Can Learn From ‘Roma’

2/20/2019 6:46:08 PM

We’ve been excluded from basic labor protections for too long. This is our moment.

Miami Battles Rising Seas

2/20/2019 9:42:14 PM

In 2017, voters agreed to finance adaptation efforts through property taxes. Now the first phase of those projects is underway.

Does New York Still Have a Future in Tech?

2/20/2019 10:47:53 PM

Amazon might have been the center of a new tech ecosystem in Queens. Here’s what the city can do next.

The Madness of King Donald

2/20/2019 11:00:03 AM

The new BBC production of “King Lear” is great fun — and an uncomfortable reflection of American politics these days.

The Stone: The Good-Enough Life

2/20/2019 2:30:52 PM

The desire for greatness can be an obstacle to our own potential.

What Is Wrong With Afghanistan’s Peace Process

2/20/2019 6:00:04 AM

A hasty American withdrawal will jeopardize hard-won gains such as constitutional rights, citizens’ rights and democratic institutions.

Trilobites: Why Do Zebras Have Stripes? Scientists Camouflaged Horses to Find Out

2/20/2019 7:00:04 PM

If you spend time around horses or flies, you might want to invest in some zebra print.

Books of The Times: ‘Say Nothing’ Unearths Buried Secrets in Northern Ireland

2/20/2019 7:27:04 PM

Patrick Radden Keefe’s new book explores the abduction of Jean McConville, a mother of 10, from her home in 1972, while also offering a broader history of the Troubles.

Michael Cohen Agrees to Testify Next Week, Setting Stage for a High-Stakes Hearing

2/21/2019 2:32:24 AM

The hearing before Congress will give Mr. Cohen, once one of President Trump’s most loyal aides, a rare public platform to explain his work for the president.

Advertisers Boycott YouTube After Pedophiles Swarm Comments on Videos of Children

2/21/2019 1:02:46 AM

Google said it had deleted the accounts and channels of people leaving the comments in question, but acknowledged “there’s more to be done.”

Huawei Risks to Britain Can Be Blunted, U.K. Official Says, in a Rebuff to U.S.

2/20/2019 8:03:45 PM

A top security official outlined an alternative approach to the Trump administration’s call to keep the Chinese company Huawei out of 5G networks.

F.B.I. to Investigate Houston Police Officers After Deadly Drug Raid

2/21/2019 1:08:24 AM

The federal agency said it was investigating allegations that a search warrant that led to the Jan. 28 raid “was based on false, fabricated information.”

A Police Funeral in a Quiet Harbor Town Brings a Sea of Blue

2/21/2019 1:49:32 AM

Officers from across the country flocked to Hampton Bays, where they said goodbye to New York Detective Brian Simonsen, who was killed in the line of duty.

Church Sex Abuse Survivors Want Reform Now. Here’s Why That Might Not Happen.

2/20/2019 11:21:50 PM

As church leaders convene at the Vatican, they say that a diversity of views and legal and cultural barriers around the world, as well as denial, make one global standard impossible.

Bangladesh Fire Kills at Least 69

2/21/2019 3:54:48 AM

The fire broke out at a building in a centuries-old neighborhood, and reports said flammable materials had been stored at the site.

Man Dies After Subway Train Drags Him Into Tunnel

2/21/2019 12:07:47 AM

The 39-year-old man apparently became caught as a Queens-bound subway train pulled out of the station at Grand Central Terminal, witnesses said.

Wall Street, Seeking Big Tax Breaks, Sets Sights on Distressed Main Streets

2/20/2019 10:02:40 PM

Hedge funds and other wealthy investors are plowing money into so-called opportunity zone funds, a creation of the 2017 tax law that provides incentives for spending on projects in poor areas.

Five Things I Wish I’d Known Before My Chronic Illness

2/19/2019 10:59:25 PM

Finding out you have a chronic illness — one that will, by definition, never go away — changes things, both for you and those you love.

Crowdwise: What to Say (and What Not to Say) to Someone Who’s Grieving

2/15/2019 11:05:34 PM

A little empathy goes a long way, especially when someone is recovering from the loss of a loved one. Unfortunately, even when some of us mean well, we make the situation worse. Here’s how to avoid it.

wirecutter: 6 Things to Bring to an All-Inclusive Resort

2/20/2019 10:00:02 AM

Along with your usual beach vacation gear, you’ll want to pack some unexpected extras when you’re heading to an all-inclusive resort.

Shopping Guide: Shopping for Coat Trees

2/11/2019 10:00:08 AM

The newest ones aren’t just for coats — and they’re as eye-catching as they are functional.

Food Matters: How So-Called ‘Ugly Food’ Is Challenging Notions of What We Crave

2/14/2019 10:00:08 AM

The social media phenomenon of documenting seemingly unappetizing cuisine is helping us rethink what dishes are not only worth eating — but venerating.

Me & My Baguette

2/20/2019 7:00:06 AM

As Fendi prepares to reintroduce the original “It” bag, the women who carried it first explain why it mattered so much.

Books of The Times: An Exhilarating Work of History About Daring Adventures in Love

2/19/2019 8:28:12 PM

In “Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments,” Saidiya Hartman writes about young black women in the early 20th century who tossed out the narrow scripts about intimacy they had been given.

He Sounds Just Like Freddie Mercury. And That’s Good for Business.

2/20/2019 6:58:30 PM

Marc Martel never thought his vocal resemblance to the Queen frontman “would amount to anything more than a fun karaoke trick.” It’s taken him to “Bohemian Rhapsody” and beyond.

Trying to Stop Brexit, Using Catchy Songs and Washboard Abs

2/20/2019 2:38:02 PM

The Breunion Boys are wading into a bitter debate with a clear mission: “We just want to show the real love between Britain and Europe.”

For Gamers With Disabilities, Creative Controllers Open Worlds

2/20/2019 2:28:01 PM

An industrious community has for years devised workarounds to play video games. Microsoft’s new adaptive controller may allow even more people to play with their face, elbows and feet.

Saving the Bats, One Cave at a Time

2/18/2019 4:34:21 PM

Biologists are searching caves and abandoned mines in the West, hoping to spare many species of the winged creatures from the devastating fungus, white-nose syndrome.

Phys Ed: How Many Push-Ups Can You Do? It May Be a Good Predictor of Heart Health

2/20/2019 8:54:24 PM

Men who could get through 40 or more push-ups had 96 percent less risk of heart problems in the next 10 years than those who quit at 10 or fewer.

The Checkup: Sometimes, Parenting Is Boring

2/11/2019 10:00:05 AM

Taking care of a young child can be the most fascinating thing in the world, but there are times, let’s face it, when it is not.

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