Nothing was found on your request

The New York Times: Latest News: news on page 1193

India and Pakistan Agree to Truce on Kashmir Border

India and Pakistan Agree to Truce on Kashmir Border

Shelling has been a weekly part of life near the disputed Kashmir border, which stretches for about 1,200 miles.
Sports of The Times: Triple Jeopardy in College Sexual Assault Case Ends an N.F.L. Career

Sports of The Times: Triple Jeopardy in College Sexual Assault Case Ends an N.F.L. Career

After Keith Mumphery was cleared of sexual assault charges filed by another student when he attended Michigan State, the university changed positions and he was tossed out of his graduate program and
Roseanne Barr’s Ambien Defense Is Disputed: ‘Racism Is Not a Known Side Effect’

Roseanne Barr’s Ambien Defense Is Disputed: ‘Racism Is Not a Known Side Effect’

ABC canceled the sitcom “Roseanne” on Tuesday after its star, Roseanne Barr, tweeted a racist comment about Valerie Jarrett, a former adviser to President Barack Obama who has been the subject of
They Let Their 15-Year-Old Son Smoke Pot to Stop His Seizures. Georgia Took Him Away.

They Let Their 15-Year-Old Son Smoke Pot to Stop His Seizures. Georgia Took Him Away.

Suzeanna and Matthew Brill allowed their 15-year-old son, David, to smoke marijuana to treat his seizures.

After Arkady Babchenko’s ‘Murder,’ a Twist Was Revealed. By Him.

Ukraine says the death in Kiev of Arkady Babchenko was staged to thwart an assassination plot against him by Russia. It drew wide protests.
The Pugnacious Performer Who Wants to Take the Harpsichord Mainstream

The Pugnacious Performer Who Wants to Take the Harpsichord Mainstream

Mahan Esfahani made his Carnegie Hall debut this month. One critic described the recital as “exuberant, antisentimental, bracing.”
Big Banks to Get a Break From Limits on Risky Trading

Big Banks to Get a Break From Limits on Risky Trading

Regulators have viewed the Volcker rule as too complicated to enforce. Both the current Fed chairman, Jerome H. Powell, seen here in March, and his predecessor, Janet L. Yellen, have called for
San Francisco’s Homeless Crisis Tests Mayoral Candidates’ Liberal Ideals

San Francisco’s Homeless Crisis Tests Mayoral Candidates’ Liberal Ideals

London Breed, a candidate for mayor of San Francisco, campaigned at a senior center last week. “I plan to introduce the kind of solutions that in some ways can be quite controversial, but are
Art Review: Dad Left a Big Impression: The Renoir Family Inheritance

Art Review: Dad Left a Big Impression: The Renoir Family Inheritance

“Jean as a Huntsman,” 1910, an oil on canvas by Pierre-Auguste Renoir that is in the show “Renoir: Father and Son/Painting and Cinema.” His son Jean Renoir was the model.
Trump Again Says He Wishes Sessions Were Not Attorney General

Trump Again Says He Wishes Sessions Were Not Attorney General

Attorney General Jeff Sessions and President Trump during the wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday.
Opinion: Canada’s Troubled Pipeline Projects

Opinion: Canada’s Troubled Pipeline Projects

Steel pipe to be used for the oil pipeline construction of Kinder Morgan Canada’s Trans Mountain Expansion Project sitting on rail cars in Kamloops, British Columbia.
He’s Tried to Leave ‘Star Wars’ Before. Will This Be It?

He’s Tried to Leave ‘Star Wars’ Before. Will This Be It?

Lawrence Kasdan said “Solo” would be his final “Star Wars” script. “Yes. Absolutely. The last.” Then he added: “I like this one so much. Who knows? But I do not want to do another.”
Cancer Group Calls for Colorectal Cancer Screening Starting at Age 45

Cancer Group Calls for Colorectal Cancer Screening Starting at Age 45

Gale Fritsche, 55, of Allentown, Pa., went for a colon cancer screening at the recommended age of 50 and learned he already had Stage 3 cancer. He was treated and now organizes a colon cancer charity
Italy’s Populists May Give Talks Another Shot, as Uncertainty Lingers

Italy’s Populists May Give Talks Another Shot, as Uncertainty Lingers

The political leader of the Five Star Movement, Luigi Di Maio, has steadily shed political capital, and seemed desperate for new talks.
Unvarnished Tales of Getting Into College in the U.S.

Unvarnished Tales of Getting Into College in the U.S.

Mary Crawford works on college applications during a rehearsal for "The Crucible."