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Trump Says He Will Raise Existing Tariffs on Chinese Goods to 30%

8/24/2019 1:24:14 AM

The president said he would raise tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese imports to 30 percent and would start the next $300 billion at a rate of 15 percent.

A Gyrating Economy, and Trump’s Volatile Approach to It, Raise Alarms

8/24/2019 12:52:11 AM

Mr. Trump’s wild pronouncements on Friday renewed questions about his stewardship of the world’s largest economy even as he escalated a trade war with China before heading to France for the G7 summit.

World Leaders’ G7 Expectations: A Nice Chat, Some Good Wine, No Unity With Trump

8/24/2019 1:01:42 AM

America’s closest allies meet this weekend and have all but given up on producing the kind of consensus about global issues that has been the summit’s hallmark for decades.

As Amazon Fires Become Global Crisis, Brazil’s President Reverses Course

8/23/2019 11:47:40 PM

After days of downplaying the fires raging across the Amazon, President Bolsonaro orders the military to step in. But it’s not clear that will be enough.

As Amazon Fires Spread, So Do the Misleading Photos

8/24/2019 1:27:45 AM

The fires are real. But the photographs that celebrities and politicians are sharing? Well, it depends.

David Koch, Billionaire Who Fueled Right-Wing Movement, Dies at 79

8/24/2019 1:27:45 AM

A man-about-town philanthropist, he and his brother Charles ran a business colossus while furthering a libertarian agenda that reshaped American politics.

How David Koch and His Brother Shaped American Politics

8/24/2019 1:27:45 AM

The billionaire, who died Friday, understood the power of changing ‘hearts and minds.’ He spent almost unlimited money on behalf of limited government.

How a Bitter Divorce Battle on Earth Led to Claims of a Crime in Space

8/24/2019 12:19:24 AM

NASA is examining a claim that an astronaut improperly accessed the bank account of her estranged spouse from the Space Station.

First Death in a Spate of Vaping Sicknesses Reported by Health Officials

8/23/2019 10:40:20 PM

An Illinois patient has died following a respiratory illness linked to vaping. Health officials offered few details about the circumstances.

Tom Brady Is No ‘Tom Terrific.’ Any New Yorker Can Tell You That.

8/24/2019 3:10:33 AM

The federal patent office has rejected Mr. Brady’s bid to trademark a nickname associated with the Mets pitching legend Tom Seaver.

With Time Running Short, Patriots Unlikely to Make White House Visit

8/24/2019 1:27:45 AM

They won the Super Bowl on Feb. 3. But since then the team and the White House have not agreed on a date, though both sides say politics has nothing to do with it.

Trade War, Brazil, Taylor Swift: Your Friday Evening Briefing

8/23/2019 9:48:19 PM

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

Episode 1: The Fight for a True Democracy

8/23/2019 8:59:42 PM

America was founded on the ideal of democracy. Black people fought to make it one.

What if We All Ate a Bit Less Meat?

8/23/2019 8:59:43 PM

Also this week, how an economic downturn could affect climate change.

A Secret Opioid Memo That Could Have Slowed an Epidemic

8/23/2019 8:59:43 PM

A new TV Show from The New York Times on FX and Hulu.

David Koch Was the Ultimate Climate Change Denier

8/24/2019 1:42:32 AM

How a playboy billionaire built a political army to defend his fossil fuel empire.

With the Economy on Edge, Trump Sees Only Enemies

8/24/2019 2:46:55 AM

But where are the solutions?

Liberty and Slavery Have Always Been Wrapped Up With Each Other

8/24/2019 1:42:32 AM

The question of how to work out the relationship between them is fundamental to understanding American history.

America the Beautiful

8/24/2019 2:46:43 AM

Our origin story provides the mechanism of self-reproach by which progress is made.

Who Cares What Celebrities Think About Vaccines?

8/24/2019 2:49:18 AM

Very rarely do the misguided beliefs of famous people deserve headlines.

Jay Inslee’s Lonely Campaign for Climate Change Policy

8/24/2019 1:42:32 AM

Democrats say they care about global warming. Why couldn’t Mr. Inslee get more traction on it?

Op-Art: The Shame of Crowdfunding Health Care

8/24/2019 2:50:35 AM

I fell off a bike into an outpouring of charity. But Americans shouldn’t have to seek out strangers to pay health bills.

Trump’s Greenland Plan Shows He Has No Idea How American Power Works

8/24/2019 1:42:33 AM

The U.S. doesn’t need to buy countries to rule the world.

Four Black Men Were Freed From Death Row. Republicans Put Them Back.

8/24/2019 1:42:33 AM

The North Carolina Supreme Court will hear a case next week that’s a matter of life or death for some inmates.

From Voodoo Economics to Evil-Eye Economics

8/24/2019 1:42:33 AM

Are Democrats hexing the Trump boom with bad thoughts?

Snapchat’s Disappearing Act Leaves Venice Beach Searching for Its Future

8/23/2019 11:44:56 PM

Snap changed social media — and Venice, Calif. — for good. What’s next?

Taylor Swift Emerges From the Darkness Unbroken on ‘Lover’

8/24/2019 2:32:48 AM

The singer and songwriter’s seventh album is a recalibration, playing to her old strengths while hinting at new paths forward.

North Korea Launches 2 Missiles, Its 7th Weapons Test in a Month

8/24/2019 1:37:46 AM

North Korea’s latest test-firing came two days after South Korea decided to pull out of a military intelligence-sharing agreement with Japan.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Treated for Tumor on Her Pancreas

8/24/2019 2:34:34 AM

The Supreme Court justice’s treatment lasted three weeks, according to a news release on Friday.

Joe Biden, Recalling ’68, Asks Audience to Imagine Obama’s Assassination

8/24/2019 1:36:24 AM

“Imagine what would have happened if, God forbid, Barack Obama had been assassinated after becoming the de facto nominee,” Mr. Biden said, evoking the tumult of 1968.

Justice Department Newsletter Included Extremist Blog Post

8/24/2019 1:37:06 AM

A national union for the judges said the post “directly attacks sitting immigration judges with racial and ethnically tinged slurs.”

Google Tries to Corral Its Staff After Ugly Internal Debates

8/23/2019 8:21:27 PM

The tech company, telling its employees to “stop disrupting the workday,” issued new workplace rules designed to rein in its freewheeling culture.

This U.S. Warship Threatens Iran (From 600 Miles Away)

8/23/2019 4:40:47 PM

“We recognize that tensions are high, and we don’t want to go to war,” said Capt. William Reed, a fighter pilot who commands the ship’s air wing.

Barr Seized on Epstein Case as Doubts Mounted About Justice Dept.

8/23/2019 4:40:36 PM

The attorney general has been unusually personally involved in the investigations into the jailhouse suicide of Jeffrey Epstein, the high-profile financier accused of sex trafficking.

A Kennedy-Markey Primary? Massachusetts Is Jolted

8/23/2019 11:05:28 PM

With the state gripped by the possibility of another Kennedy campaigning for Senate, the incumbent is not backing down: “Oh, I’m running.”

Trump Wants to Abolish Birthright Citizenship. Can He Do That?

8/23/2019 10:48:18 PM

The president reasserted his wish to do away with automatic citizenship for anyone born in the United States. Here is what he, legal experts and the Constitution have to say on the subject.

To Promote Inclusivity, Stay Away from Personality Assessments

8/24/2019 2:20:40 AM

Do personality tests like the Myers-Briggs help managers learn their team’s working styles, or just encourage them to hire and promote people like them?

Always Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop? Here’s How to Quit Worrying

8/18/2019 9:15:41 PM

There isn’t always something negative on the horizon.

6 Google Tricks That Will Turn You Into an Internet Detective

8/24/2019 2:20:41 AM

Even if you’re already a Google pro, these tricks will get you to your desired results even faster.

What to Do When You’ve Said the Wrong Thing

8/24/2019 2:20:41 AM

Assess the harm. Don’t “catastrophize.” Take responsibility.

When Violent Crime Is Your Fixation

8/22/2019 9:27:57 PM

In “Savage Appetites,” the journalist Rachel Monroe investigates a peculiarly female attraction to murder cases.

‘Give Me Liberty’ Review: A Wild Ride With a Virtuoso of Chaos

8/23/2019 11:20:52 PM

In this jolt of a movie, a driver and a passenger hurtle through Milwaukee together, finding each other as they open up a world.

What’s Next for Tumblr?

8/23/2019 11:20:52 PM

Tumblr has a new owner who wants it to remain a happy home for weirdos.

At the Bauhaus, Music Was More Than a Hobby

8/23/2019 11:20:52 PM

The influential design school never had a proper music department. But musical thinking permeated the lives of its students and faculty.

How Many Steps Should You Take a Day?

8/21/2019 9:00:03 AM

Fitness trackers have bolstered the case for even light exercise. The persistent mystery, though, is which movements matter most.

Overcoming Fear of Flying in the Bumpy Skies

8/23/2019 9:53:39 AM

Turbulence is a natural occurrence and should be expected — not dreaded. The trick is to learn to go with the flow.

Some Migratory Birds Sleep Better Than Others

8/23/2019 9:53:40 AM

The weariest warblers are more likely to sleep with their heads tucked in — saving energy, but making them more vulnerable to predators.

How to Rebound After a Disaster: Move, Don’t Rebuild, Research Suggests

8/23/2019 9:53:39 AM

A paper in the journal Science makes a case that, sometimes, retreating from nature instead of fighting it can open up new opportunities for communities.

Can a Puppy Help Sell Your Home?

8/23/2019 5:44:21 PM

Some brokers are bringing their love for animals to work and showing properties with shelter animals in tow.

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