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Sri Lanka Suicide Bombings Targeting Christians Kill Hundreds

4/22/2019 12:20:49 AM

The bombings shattered the relative calm of the once war-ravaged island nation amid a rise of religious extremism in South Asia.

Sri Lanka Bombings Live Updates: Police Warned That Churches Were Targets

4/22/2019 1:00:37 AM

Multiple explosions killed more than 200 people at churches and across the country. Thirteen people have been arrested.

What We Know and Don’t Know About the Sri Lanka Bombings

4/22/2019 1:14:51 AM

Coordinated attacks killed more than 200 people in churches, the largest targeted assault on South Asian Christians in recent memory.

Religious Minorities Across Asia Suffer Amid Surge in Sectarian Politics

4/21/2019 11:32:55 PM

The bombings of three churches in Sri Lanka highlighted the growing vulnerability of religious minorities across Asia, from Christians in Hindu-majority India to Muslims in Buddhist-majority Myanmar.

The Interpreter: Sri Lanka Blocks Social Media, Fearing More Violence

4/21/2019 5:02:06 PM

Sri Lankan officials have a troubled relationship with social media. They have seen firsthand how quickly online hate can turn into deadly violence.

How Michael Cohen Turned Against President Trump

4/21/2019 8:06:18 PM

The president’s longtime fixer had, for months, sought “a little loving and respect.” Confidential emails and texts chronicle their momentous falling out.

Why It Matters That Trump and Michael Cohen Had a Falling Out

4/21/2019 5:57:08 PM

As Mr. Trump’s longtime fixer, Mr. Cohen had an intimate view of his boss’s personal and professional lives. The collapse of their relationship has cast a shadow on the presidency.

White House Memo: To Defend Against a Mercurial Boss, Trump Aides Wield the Pen as Shield

4/22/2019 1:15:39 AM

Note-taking in the White House, a practice previous administrations shied away from to protect the president, has become a way for Trump aides to protect themselves from the president.

How 2020 Democrats Are Gaming Out Trump Impeachment Quandary

4/21/2019 10:45:54 PM

Most candidates feel no pressure to demand President Trump’s impeachment because they do not hear a clamoring for it on the campaign trail.

Giuliani Says There Is ‘Nothing Wrong With Taking Information From Russians’

4/21/2019 11:04:00 PM

Rudolph W. Giuliani, President Trump’s personal lawyer, defended the Trump campaign’s behavior as fallout from the Mueller report played out on national television.

‘I Don’t Want to Die’: Asylum Seekers, Once in Limbo, Face Deportation Under Trump

4/22/2019 12:20:49 AM

Thousands of immigrants who were granted reprieves under the Obama administration have been told to return to countries where they face persecution threats.

Silicon Valley Came to Kansas Schools. That Started a Rebellion.

4/21/2019 7:16:46 PM

Public schools in Kansas rolled out a web-based learning platform backed by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg. Now students have staged walkouts and sit-ins. Their parents have organized.

Sri Lanka, India, Dreamliner: Your Monday Briefing

4/22/2019 1:05:36 AM

Coordinated suicide bombings strike Sri Lanka

Think You’re Discreet Online? Think Again

4/21/2019 11:00:04 PM

Thanks to “data inference” technology, companies know more about you than you disclose.

Who’s Running New York City? Good Question.

4/22/2019 12:04:04 AM

Key city roles sit vacant as Mayor de Blasio hits the campaign trail.

Impeach Donald Trump?

4/21/2019 11:53:23 PM

Obstruction of justice is a crime. The decision is clear.

The Richest Man in China Is Wrong. 12-Hour Days Are No ‘Blessing.’

4/21/2019 11:00:04 PM

Working nonstop hurts employees as well as the managers who praise the culture of overwork.

Life on Mars Should Not Look This Appealing

4/21/2019 11:25:29 PM

Before we set our sights on other planets, let’s take better care of Earth.

Climate’s Troubling Unknown Unknowns

4/21/2019 11:00:05 PM

We can’t adapt to perils we can’t foresee. So we need to cut greenhouse gas emissions now.

Editorial Observer: New to Congress, Wise to the World

4/22/2019 1:03:06 AM

Backgrounds in national security have shaped the worldview of several new Democratic House members.

Progressive Capitalism Is Not an Oxymoron

4/19/2019 8:31:26 PM

We can save our broken economic system from itself.

The Data All Guilt-Ridden Parents Need

4/20/2019 12:16:29 AM

What science tells us about breast-feeding, sleep training and the other agonizing decisions of parenthood.

Perfectly Normal

3/14/2017 7:35:21 AM

Through music and relationships, a man with Asperger's syndrome finds another way to be "normal."

Once He Was the ‘Godfather of British Crime.’ Now He’s Just a Grandfather.

4/19/2019 1:41:55 PM

Freddie Foreman, once an enforcer for the Kray twins, said violence was sometimes a necessary occupational hazard for a gangster in postwar London.

The Sweet Success of the Spiral-Cut Ham

4/9/2019 7:40:43 PM

It’s the ham world’s equivalent of pop music: a honeyed, easy-to-eat mainstay of the buffet table. Now, even boutique producers are starting to make it.

Michael Jackson Biographers Face History, and the Mirror

4/21/2019 2:00:07 PM

After child molestation accusations of “Leaving Neverland,” books about the pop icon are already being rewritten. Who will have the last word?

Iran’s Supreme Leader Replaces Head of Revolutionary Guards

4/22/2019 12:26:40 AM

The replacement came two weeks after President Trump designated the Revolutionary Guards as a foreign terrorist organization.

Hospitals Stand to Lose Billions Under ‘Medicare for All’

4/21/2019 7:18:14 PM

Private insurance pays hospitals much more than the federal government does for patient care. If Medicare for all means Medicare rates, expect an industry backlash.

The Lyrids Meteor Shower Will Peak in Night Skies

4/21/2019 9:00:01 AM

It can light up night skies from dusk to dawn, and if you’re lucky you might be able to see it.

The Conviction in Karina Vetrano’s Murder Was Swift, but a Juror Now Says It Was Tainted

4/22/2019 2:26:55 AM

A holdout juror accused other jurors of misconduct in the trial of the man convicted of killing Ms. Vetrano, whose body was found in a Queens park.

‘Curse of La Llorona’ Is No. 1 as Box Office Braces for More ‘Avengers’

4/21/2019 6:00:43 PM

Fox’s faith-based “Breakthrough,” with Chrissy Metz as a mother who prays for her son’s seemingly impossible medical recovery, came in third.

For Palestinian Families, ‘No Light at the End of the Tunnel’

4/21/2019 7:38:25 PM

The re-election of Benjamin Netanyahu, shortly after he vowed to apply Israeli sovereignty over the West Bank, was the latest blow to Palestinian aspirations for a state.

HELSINKI DISPATCH: Finland’s Hobbyhorse Girls, Once a Secret Society, Now Prance in Public

4/21/2019 4:34:47 PM

For years, a subculture of teenage hobbyhorse enthusiasts flourished under the radar. Now the craze is a national export, and a celebration of girlhood.

Trump’s Washing Machine Tariffs Stung Consumers While Lifting Corporate Profits

4/21/2019 7:00:03 PM

New research shows how a move meant to aid domestic manufacturers instead padded profits and raised prices on a wide variety of laundry items.

A Pregnant Victim, a Grisly Murder and a Suspect Called ‘Grim Creepa’

4/22/2019 1:28:37 AM

Jerry Brown, 34, portrayed himself as a killer on social media. He was violent in real life, and then he killed a woman, the police say.

How to Bounce Back From Rejection

4/21/2019 2:24:51 AM

When someone rejects you, it helps to remember that there’s another you.

Editors’ Choice: 10 New Books We Recommend This Week

4/18/2019 6:16:09 PM

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

The Right Way to Use a Public Bathroom (to Avoid Getting Sick)

4/17/2019 9:30:06 PM

The odds of becoming ill from using a public bathroom are slim. But there are a few things you can do to minimize your risk even more. Here’s what to keep in mind.

Travel Tips: How to Make Friends While Traveling Solo

4/16/2019 3:02:00 PM

Even in the best cases, traveling alone can get lonely. Here’s how to connect safely with the people you meet along the way.

Kerry Washington, Nathan Lane and Others Read Plays About Our Future

4/18/2019 9:14:07 PM

We asked 15 playwrights to create original works around their visions of America in 2024. Six of them were read onscreen.

Critic’s Notebook: In Soccer, Power’s Always in Play

4/17/2019 1:30:32 PM

A new exhibition at the Arab World Institute in Paris explores how the game embodies political and social changes in Africa, the Middle East and beyond.

Nonfiction: His Children Called Him the Duke of Villanova. But Who Really Was He?

4/19/2019 9:00:10 AM

Janny Scott’s memoir, “The Beneficiary: Fortune, Misfortune, and the Story of My Father,” explores the consequences of generations of inherited Main Line wealth.

Breanna Stewart Shows the Toll of Pro Women’s Basketball’s Never-Ending Grind

4/19/2019 7:16:40 PM

Stewart, like many women, plays overseas in the W.N.B.A.’s off-season to earn more money. But the endless season takes a mental toll and, as an injured Stewart shows, a physical one.

The Ethicist: Should I Warn My Daughter About My Abusive Ex-Husband?

4/16/2019 9:00:03 AM

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on alerting a child to your ex’s bad behavior, what to do about condos turned into Airbnbs and more.

This Genetic Mutation Makes People Feel Full — All the Time

4/18/2019 11:55:16 PM

Two new studies confirm that weight control is often the result of genetics, not willpower.

Trilobites: Watch a Flower That Seems to Remember When Pollinators Will Come Calling

4/20/2019 9:00:08 AM

A colorful Peruvian plant dispenses its pollen according to a savvy, memory-based system, new research suggests.

Wheels: High-Tech Collision Warnings, No Matter How Smart Your Car Is

4/16/2019 7:00:04 AM

“This can be a great way to get the safety benefit of crash-avoidance technology at a reduced cost compared to a new car,” said the author of a safety study.

Ask Well: How Low Should Blood Pressure Go?

4/19/2019 5:23:21 PM

Symptoms, rather than numbers, may best define when blood pressure is too low.

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