The Christchurch attack was made to go viral

The attack marks a grim new age of social media-fueled terrorism. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 3 days ago

How the internet travels across oceans

Hundreds of thousands of miles of cable connect continents to support our insatiable demand for communication and entertainment. Companies have typically pooled their resources. Now Google is going its own way. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 days ago

Trump Ordered Officials to Give Jared Kushner a Security Clearance

The president overruled concerns from intelligence officials and the top White House lawyer about giving his son-in-law access to sensitive information. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 17 days ago

Why Do India and Pakistan Keep Fighting Over Kashmir?

A simple guide to the roots of the conflict and what could happen next. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 18 days ago

Michael D. Cohen's Congressional Testimony

Michael D. Cohen, the former lawyer and fixer for President Donald J. Trump, took the stand on Wednesday morning to testify publicly against Mr. Trump before the House Oversight Committee. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 19 days ago

Adaptive Video Game Controllers Open Worlds for Gamers With Disabilities

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. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 19 days ago

Their News Isn't New: Sports Anchors in the Era of Social Media

Anchors like Scott Van Pelt from ESPN’s “SportsCenter” are trying to find fresh ways to draw audiences now that Twitter and Instagram have broken TV’s stranglehold on highlights. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 21 days ago

Trump Announces Fourth of July 'Salute to America' at the Lincoln Memorial

It was unclear if the event would include a parade or a display of military might, as President Trump has repeatedly sought in the past. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 21 days ago

Do Not Disturb: How I Ditched My Phone and Unbroke My Brain

I couldn’t read a book, watch a full-length movie or sustain a long conversation. Late last year, I decided enough was enough. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 23 days ago

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Interviews with more than two dozen former staff members and internal emails reviewed by The Times reveal demeaning and unusual behavior by Ms. Klobuchar toward her subordinates. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 23 days ago

How Amy Klobuchar Treats Her Staff

Interviews with more than two dozen former staff members and internal emails reviewed by The Times reveal demeaning and unusual behavior by Ms. Klobuchar toward her subordinates. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 23 days ago

The Rise of the WeWorking Class

The co-working giant’s real product isn’t office space — it’s a new kind of “corporate culture.“ | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 25 days ago

Trump Has Publicly Attacked the Russia Investigation More Than 1,100 Times

President Trump has publicly criticized federal investigations, opening him up to possible obstruction of justice charges. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 26 days ago

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@nytimes.com | 26 days ago

Intimidation, Pressure and Humiliation: Inside Trump's Two-Year War on the Investigations Encircling Him

President Trump’s efforts have exposed him to accusations of obstruction of justice as Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, finishes his work. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 26 days ago

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President Trump’s efforts have exposed him to accusations of obstruction of justice as Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, finishes his work. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 26 days ago

The Vatican's Secret Rules for Priests Who Have Children

The Vatican confirmed, apparently for the first time, that it has general guidelines for what to do when clerics break celibacy vows and father children. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 27 days ago

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The planet is getting warmer in catastrophic ways. And fear may be the only thing that saves us. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 29 days ago

With Trump's Tough Deterrents, Many Asylum Seekers on the Border are Giving Up

Thousands of migrants waiting to cross into the United States are returning home or staying in Mexico, dealing the president an apparent win. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 29 days ago

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Life is a lot easier when you can plug in to any socket. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 29 days ago

A Border Agent Detained Two Americans Speaking Spanish. Now They Have Sued.

The A.C.L.U. sued Customs and Border Protection after an agent told two women last year he was asking for their IDs because they spoke Spanish. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

Bill Weld Will Challenge Trump for 2020 Republican Nomination

Mr. Weld, the former governor of Massachusetts, is unlikely to pose a major threat to Trump and he is in some ways an incongruous figure to leap into the Republican presidential fray. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

Ryan Adams Album Release Canceled Amid Report of F.B.I. Inquiry

“Big Colors,” the first of three albums scheduled for this year, is on hold after the musician was accused of explicit communication with an underage fan. He denies the claims. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

What part of the UK/Ireland are you from, based on linguistics ↦

What does the way you speak say about where you’re from? Answer 25 questions to see your own custom dialect map. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

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President Trump’s tax plan promised benefits, but as returns are being filed, some frustrated people are getting smaller refunds, or even writing checks. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

Trevor Noah Says Northam’s ‘Racism Debt’ Might Be a Good Thing - The New York Times

Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia has the support of most black residents, according to a new poll, and Noah thinks he knows why. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

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London Zoo’s female Sumatran tiger, Melati, was fatally mauled by Asim, a male brought from Denmark as a potential mate. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

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Noxious sewage contaminated with feces, industrial chemicals and other raw waste crosses the border through the binational New River. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

A Tidal Wave of Mud

A mining dam collapsed and buried more than 150 people. Now Brazil is casting an anxious eye on dozens of dams like it. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

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“When people have something to say, they come to Medium, where they can say it at length,” a spokeswoman for the online platform said. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

The Church with the $6B Portfolio

While many houses of worship are warding off developers as they struggle to hold on to their buildings, Trinity Church has become a big-time developer itself. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

Bolsonaro Wants to Plunder the Amazon. Don’t Let Him

The Brazilian president’s pro-business agenda will be a test of American companies’ commitment to the environment. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

Arizona Nursing Center Where Woman Was Raped Will Close

Hacienda HealthCare said it was working to determine exactly how it would move its patients from the Phoenix facility elsewhere. State officials were dismayed. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

She Could Get Millions to Turn This Factory into Condos. She’s Not Selling

Flavia Galuppo just inherited her father’s building, home to Etna Tool & Die. It’s now surrounded by boutiques and luxury condos, but she is determined not to sell. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

A High-Tech Pill to End Drug Injections

Engineers have developed a tiny robotic capsule that injects insulin once it lands in the stomach. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

The Bad News About Helicopter Parenting: It Works

New research shows that hyper-involved parenting is the route to kids’ success in today’s unequal world. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

Why John Ruskin, Born 200 Years Ago, Is Having a Comeback

The Victorian art critic’s ideas about how industrialization stifled creativity and polluted the environment are just as relevant today as they were in the 19th century. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

The Wandering North Pole

The north magnetic pole is moving eastward at an accelerating pace. Is doomsday nigh? | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

Jeff Bezos Accuses National Enquirer of Blackmail

In an online post, the chief executive of Amazon said the tabloid’s owner had used “extortion and blackmail” to try to stop his investigation into leaked photos and text messages. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

Schumer proposes limiting ability of corporations to buy back shares

A proposal to restrict stock buybacks is the latest push by party leaders to force corporations to spend more on workers. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

They Don’t Make Music Like They Used To

If the Eagles or Marvin Gaye fan in your life is complaining about this year’s Grammy songs, this might be why. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

Wait – Chyrons Are Named After a Centaur

A short history of info, from Chiron to chyrons. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

The Fight for Gender Equality in One of the Most Dangerous Sports on Earth

These women want the right to compete in big-wave contests — and get paid as much as men do. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

A.S.M.R. Videos Give People the Tingles (No, Not That Way)

In the popular videos, the artists — mostly women — whisper, use props and role-play to help viewers feel calm. It’s not about sex, research suggests. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

Living Alone Can Be Deadly

Men who lived alone had a 23 percent increased risk for dying prematurely from any cause and a 36 percent increased risk for cardiovascular death. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

(2/7/04) Miss a Catch? Life Goes On, Ordinarily

Alberto Wickehem, 39-year-old maintenance worker and onetime high school football player, heeds call for help from mother caught with her baby on front-porch roof of burning building in Queens; persuades her to throw her baby to him and catches it (M) | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

Where Europe Would Be Hurt Most by a No-Deal Brexit

Some countries could lose quite badly. A few could benefit. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 1 month ago

Germany Restricts Facebook’s Data Gathering

The competition authority said the company could no longer combine data from different sources without explicit permission from users. | Continue reading


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