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Young Migrants Crowd Shelters, Posing Test for Biden

4/10/2021 5:29:23 PM

The administration is under intensifying pressure to expand its capacity to care for as many as 35,000 unaccompanied minors, part of a wave of people crossing the border.

‘I Have No Idea Where My Daughter Is’: Migrant Parents Are Desperate for News

4/9/2021 9:03:22 PM

With a record 20,000 migrant children in shelters and detention facilities, many parents have waited weeks to learn what happened to their children after they crossed the border.

Many Mayors Cite Covid Burnout as a Reason for Their Exit

4/11/2021 2:52:44 PM

Local officials nationwide are announcing plans to step back from elected office. Many offer the same explanation: Covid burnout.

Parents, Stop Talking About the ‘Lost Year’

4/11/2021 4:23:30 PM

Teenagers and tweens will be fine, experts say — if adults model resilience.

Vaccine Passports: What Are They, and Who Might Need One?

4/9/2021 5:20:04 PM

The concept of documenting vaccinations is being taken to new levels of sophistication, and experts predict that electronic verification will soon become commonplace.

His Fence Says ‘Black Lives Matter.’ His City Says Paint Over It.

4/10/2021 10:22:16 PM

West St. Paul, Minn., says the nearly 75-foot message violates multiple portions of city code. The conflict is brewing as the Twin Cities region uneasily awaits a verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial.

Maryland Passes Sweeping Police Reform Legislation

4/11/2021 2:15:18 AM

The measures, enacted over the objections of Gov. Larry Hogan, placed the state at the forefront of a national debate over police brutality and officers’ excessive use of force.

Army Medic Caron Nazario Accuses Virginia Police Officers of Assault

4/11/2021 3:09:34 PM

Second Lt. Caron Nazario was in uniform when two Windsor, Va., police officers ordered him to stop his car, pointed their weapons at him and doused him with pepper spray.

N.R.A. Chief Takes the Stand, With Cracks in His Armor

4/11/2021 5:47:18 PM

Wayne LaPierre has led the National Rifle Association for 30 years, but his implacable image looked threadbare in bankruptcy court.

Trump Lashes His Enemies Anew as G.O.P. Dances Around His Presence

4/11/2021 3:39:10 AM

A gathering of Republican leaders and top donors in Florida this weekend is less a reset of priorities and more a reminder of the tensions that Donald J. Trump instills in his party.

A Teacher Marched to the Capitol. When She Got Home, the Fight Began.

4/11/2021 2:36:06 AM

Kristine Hostetter was a beloved fourth-grade teacher. Then came the pandemic, the election and the Jan. 6 riot in Washington.

Masters Tournament Updates: Leaders Tee Off as Everyone Chases Matsuyama

4/11/2021 6:52:03 PM

If Hideki Matsuyama can hold onto his advantage at Augusta National on Sunday, he will become the first Asian to win the Masters.

At the Masters, a Pimento Cheese Sandwich Is Only $1.50

4/11/2021 5:37:52 PM

Experts say $1.50 pimento cheese sandwiches are not just about hospitality. Instead, they are a low-cost way to cultivate one of the biggest brands in American sports.

Immigration, Prince Philip, U.F.O.s: Your Weekend Briefing

4/11/2021 10:52:55 AM

Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.

The Sunday Read: ‘The Ghost Writer’

4/11/2021 1:00:08 PM

Philip Roth was his own favorite subject. What’s left for a biographer?

The Reality of Vaccine Passports

4/9/2021 10:18:01 PM

Vaccine passports are here, and they could be our ticket to freedom. But they could also create an ethical nightmare.

40 Acres and a Movie

4/9/2021 3:27:11 AM

Disney can’t change its problematic past. But can it make a new future with Marvel?

A Once-in-a-Century Crisis Can Help Educate Doctors

4/11/2021 4:58:43 PM

The horrors of Covid-19 may give proponents of the liberal arts an unexpected opening.

Can the Meritocracy Find God?

4/10/2021 6:35:20 PM

The secularization of America probably won’t reverse unless the intelligentsia gets religion.

Could Andrew Yang Really Be New York’s Next Mayor?

4/10/2021 11:59:23 PM

The eccentric-entrepreneur-turned-failed-presidential-candidate is campaigning on a promise to make the city fun again. It might work.

Republicans Find a Cruel New Culture War: Transgender Rights

4/10/2021 11:53:26 PM

Arkansas lawmakers’ move against trans people reflects a larger strategy.

They Overcame Mutual Loathing, and Saved a Town

4/10/2021 6:37:01 PM

Environmentalists and loggers thought they had nothing in common, until they started talking.

‘Maximum Pressure’ on Iran Has Failed

4/10/2021 3:00:06 PM

A return to the nuclear deal is the first step out of the morass.

The Force That Can Help Amazon’s Workers? Amazon’s Shoppers.

4/11/2021 6:43:03 PM

Customers can start telling Jeff Bezos to treat his workers like human beings.

Where Does Covid End, and Long Covid Begin?

4/6/2021 9:56:39 PM

“Long Covid” is just the latest example of a pathogen causing surprising persistent effects.

What DMX’s Poetry of Death Did for Hip-Hop

4/10/2021 2:38:27 PM

In life and art, death was never far from Earl Simmons.

Trump’s Corporate Tax Cut Was a Flop

4/9/2021 9:17:18 PM

The abject failure surprised even the critics.

You Can Be a Different Person After the Pandemic

4/10/2021 7:50:40 PM

Our personalities are not set in stone. They are more like sand dunes.

Devoted to the Deaf, Did Alexander Graham Bell Do More Harm Than Good?

4/6/2021 9:00:08 AM

Katie Booth‘s new biography, “The Invention of Miracles,” argues that the inventor’s view of deafness as a deficit to be cured by oralism has had a long, destructive influence on deaf culture.

‘Saturday Night Live’ Reacts to the Derek Chauvin Trial

4/11/2021 6:28:37 AM

In an episode hosted by Carey Mulligan, “S.N.L.” looked at the American justice system through the lens of a fictional midday news program.

A Rough Ride for N.Y.C. Cabbies

4/11/2021 1:40:19 AM

“This business will never be good again,” said one New York City taxi driver struggling to pay off his medallion debt, which was made worse by the pandemic.

Need New Skills? How About a Hug? The Women’s Shed Welcomes You.

4/11/2021 3:05:05 PM

In Australia, men’s sheds became a global model for helping “old boys” continue living meaningful lives. Now, women are starting their own.

‘Tell Us if He’s Dead’: Abductions and Torture Rattle Uganda

4/11/2021 9:55:03 AM

Hundreds have been detained, many brutalized, after a bloody, contested election. The government of Yoweri Museveni appears intent on breaking the back of the opposition.

New York, Finally, Taxes the Rich

4/11/2021 4:35:24 PM

A budget that spends on education, homelessness and undocumented immigrants is the product of years of progressive politics, not a governor looking for a diversion.

After Threats to Turn It Into a Toilet, a Confederate Monument Is Recovered

4/11/2021 4:02:34 PM

A stone chair dedicated to Jefferson Davis has been returned to the United Daughters of the Confederacy after a group calling itself White Lies Matter claimed to have stolen it.

Blackout Strikes Natanz Nuclear Facility, and Iran Calls It Sabotage

4/11/2021 6:55:26 PM

The power failure comes at a delicate time, with talks underway in Vienna to restore the 2015 nuclear deal.

Myanmar Protests, and Killings, Continue

4/11/2021 5:12:45 PM

The death toll has passed 700, with more than 80 killed on Friday in one city alone, a rights group said.

Mother in Custody After 3 Children Are Found Dead, Police Say

4/11/2021 12:45:57 AM

The children, who appeared to be under 5 years old, were found on Saturday morning in a Los Angeles apartment, the authorities said.

2 Korean Battery Makers Settle Dispute That Threatened Biden’s Green Agenda

4/11/2021 5:06:46 PM

The settlement between LG Energy Solution and SK Innovation ensures that a battery plant in Georgia will go forward without hampering electric vehicle production.

Alex Rodriguez Near Deal to Purchase Timberwolves and Lynx

4/11/2021 2:08:38 AM

Rodriguez and Marc Lore, an e-commerce billionaire, intend to keep the team in Minnesota, the current owner said.

Pan-Seared Gnocchi and Other Brilliant Ideas

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These five recipes are full of smart moments and vibrant flavor.

A Starter Kit for Aspiring Wine Lovers

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You don’t need much. This guide will show you which equipment to invest in, what to avoid and how to learn more about the wine styles you most enjoy.

Help! I Want to Go to Europe in August. Is This a Pipe Dream?

4/9/2021 9:00:19 AM

Much of the continent remains closed to Americans because of the virus, but many travelers want to visit this summer. Will their plans materialize?

Weddings: Focus on the Marriage, Not the Wedding

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Carmen Myer and Aaron James had to deal with storms, long-distance commuting, a pandemic and a lost rescue dog to get here.

How a Brooklyn Arts and Food Activist Spends Her Sundays

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Tiffiney Davis has known hunger, so she’s doing something about it.

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The hero of Sanjena Sathian’s “Gold Diggers,” a son of Indian immigrants, finds a magical elixir to help him succeed.

From the Charred Wreck of a Lamborghini, a D.I.Y. Supercar

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It’s still not cheap, and it’ll take some skill, but finding the totaled car of your dreams and rebuilding it can give you bragging rights, and a sweet new ride.

Review: Reveling in the Tap Magic of Ayodele Casel

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Casel’s joyful and generous spirit is as vivid as ever in a new virtual presentation by the Joyce Theater.

Vaccinated Mothers Are Trying to Give Babies Antibodies via Breast Milk

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Multiple studies show that there are antibodies in a vaccinated mother’s milk. This has led some women to try to restart breastfeeding and others to share milk with friends’ children.

AstraZeneca Vaccine and Blood Clots: What Is Known So Far

4/10/2021 3:01:20 PM

In rare cases, an immune reaction has led to antibodies that caused a serious clotting disorder. But public health experts maintain the vaccine’s benefits far outweigh the risks for most people.

A Novel Effort to See How Poverty Affects Young Brains

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An emerging branch of neuroscience asks a question long on the minds of researchers. Recent stimulus payments make the study more relevant.

Can Vaccinated People Spread the Coronavirus?

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Researchers pushed back after the C.D.C. director asserted that vaccinated people “do not carry the virus.”

Watch These 11 Titles Before They Leave Netflix in April

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These movies and TV shows are leaving U.S. Netflix by the end of the month. Stream them while you can.

What Working Too Much Does to Your Body

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Excess work isn’t good for anyone, employers included. So why are we still doing it?

Where Are Real Estate Taxes Lowest (and Highest)?

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A guide to median real estate taxes in all 50 states and Washington D.C.

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