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Facebook Bug Changed Privacy Settings of Up to 14 Million Users

Facebook Bug Changed Privacy Settings of Up to 14 Million Users

A screen at Facebook’s developer conference last month. During testing over a few days in May, posts that millions of users thought they were creating only for family and friends were visible to the
Testing Brooklyn’s Newest Playground at Domino Park in Williamsburg

Testing Brooklyn’s Newest Playground at Domino Park in Williamsburg

The Domino Park playground, designed by the artist Mark Reigelman, opens on Sunday.
Republicans, Don’t Let Trump Bully You on Tariffs

Republicans, Don’t Let Trump Bully You on Tariffs

Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee is seeking to limit the president’s authority to impose tariffs.
Texas Man’s Near-Fatal Lesson: A Decapitated Snake Can Still Bite

Texas Man’s Near-Fatal Lesson: A Decapitated Snake Can Still Bite

The head of the Western diamondback rattlesnake that found its way into Jennifer and Jeremy Sutcliffe’s yard in late May. Mr. Sutcliffe decapitated the snake with a shovel before the head attacked
Paul D. Boyer, 99, Dies; Nobel Winner Decoded Enzyme That Powers Life

Paul D. Boyer, 99, Dies; Nobel Winner Decoded Enzyme That Powers Life

Dr. Paul D. Boyer, left, received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry from King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden at the Concert Hall in Stockholm in December 1997.
Israeli Video Portrays Medic Killed in Gaza as Tool of Hamas

Israeli Video Portrays Medic Killed in Gaza as Tool of Hamas

Protesters evacuating Rouzan al-Najjar after she was shot last week near the border fence between the Gaza Strip and Israel.
Game On! Legislature Approves Sports Betting in New Jersey

Game On! Legislature Approves Sports Betting in New Jersey

Monmouth Park Racetrack in Oceanport, N.J., will soon take bets on sporting events.
All About ZTE, the Chinese Sanctions Breaker That Trump Is Seeking to Help

All About ZTE, the Chinese Sanctions Breaker That Trump Is Seeking to Help

The headquarters of ZTE in Shenzhen, China, on Monday. Just about every product that ZTE makes has some American components or software in it.
Common Sense: Why Trump Might Cave to China: Iowa Soybean Farmers

Common Sense: Why Trump Might Cave to China: Iowa Soybean Farmers

Benjamin Schmidt, an Iowa soybean farmer. Mr. Schmidt’s forebears have farmed the same land outside Iowa City for nearly 150 years.
Leaders Poised to Provide Discounted MetroCards to Low-Income New Yorkers

Leaders Poised to Provide Discounted MetroCards to Low-Income New Yorkers

The City Council speaker, Corey Johnson, and Mayor Bill de Blasio have agreed in principle to have the city pay for a program that would offer discounted MetroCards to poorer New Yorkers.

Understanding The Times: Behind the New York Times Best-Seller (‘Not Best-Reviewed’) Lists

Part data scientists, part investigative journalists, our best-seller list editors apply rigorous standards of inclusion to sales reports from tens of thousands of stores across the United States.
Meet Yrsa Daley-Ward, the Bard of Instagram

Meet Yrsa Daley-Ward, the Bard of Instagram

Yrsa Daley-Ward’s fans on Instagram and Twitter see her poems as a tool for healing.
Life on Mars? Rover’s Latest Discovery Puts It ‘On the Table’

Life on Mars? Rover’s Latest Discovery Puts It ‘On the Table’

In 2015, the Curiosity rover drilled into a mudstone called "Mojave." Analysis of those drill cuttings yielded organic molecules.
Trump Says Abandoning Iran Deal Has Already Curbed Tehran’s Bad Behavior

Trump Says Abandoning Iran Deal Has Already Curbed Tehran’s Bad Behavior

The president, at a news conference with the Japanese prime minister, predicted that his tough tactics would carry over into a successful negotiation with North Korea.
Tonys Magic Likely for Harry Potter and ‘Band’s Visit’

Tonys Magic Likely for Harry Potter and ‘Band’s Visit’

Tony Shalhoub and Katrina Lenk in “The Band’s Visit,” a gentle musical favored to take the big prize at the Tony Awards.