Nothing was found on your request

The New York Times: Latest News: news on page 1350

In Austin, a Bomber’s Rampage Exposes Racial Fault Lines Long Buried

In Austin, a Bomber’s Rampage Exposes Racial Fault Lines Long Buried

Jesse E. Washington, who lives next door to the scene of the explosion that killed Draylen Mason, an African-American teenager. Mr. Washington said he still wonders if race had something to do with
De Blasio Donor Says He Steered Thousands in Bribes to Mayor’s Campaigns

De Blasio Donor Says He Steered Thousands in Bribes to Mayor’s Campaigns

A photo of Bill de Blasio and Harendra Singh, entered as evidence in the corruption trial of Edward Mangano, the former Nassau County executive. Mr. Singh detailed under oath how he steered thousands
Were the Austin Bombings Acts of Terrorism? Why Law Enforcement Says No

Were the Austin Bombings Acts of Terrorism? Why Law Enforcement Says No

Mark Conditt’s home in Pflugerville, Tex. The authorities have refrained from calling him a terrorist, but for many residents it’s a matter of semantics.

His Brother Was Shot in Chicago. He’s Marching With Students From Parkland.

Ke’Shon Newman’s brother was shot nine times on Chicago’s South Side, where gun violence is a daily threat. Now, Ke’Shon is heading to Washington to march with high school students from Parkland, Fla.
State Dept. Approves $670 Million Arms Deal With Saudi Arabia

State Dept. Approves $670 Million Arms Deal With Saudi Arabia

President Trump discussing weapons sales this week with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia, which is leading a bombing campaign in Yemen that has been criticized by human rights groups.
Spending Plan Passed by Congress Is a Rebuke to Trump. Here’s Why.

Spending Plan Passed by Congress Is a Rebuke to Trump. Here’s Why.

Even with Republicans in charge, the spending plan increases funding for many programs President Trump had sought to cut or kill, and in some cases bars him from pursuing his goals.
AT&T Would Use Time Warner as a ‘Weapon,’ Justice Dept. Says

AT&T Would Use Time Warner as a ‘Weapon,’ Justice Dept. Says

Mr. Stephenson leaving the federal courthouse on Thursday. The Justice Department argues that AT&T would charge its rivals more money for Time Warner content if the merger were approved.
Op-Ed Columnist: Bumbling Into a Trade War

Op-Ed Columnist: Bumbling Into a Trade War

President Trump on Thursday at the White House.
The ‘Great Pacific Garbage Patch’ Is Ballooning, 87,000 Tons of Plastic and Counting

The ‘Great Pacific Garbage Patch’ Is Ballooning, 87,000 Tons of Plastic and Counting

The stomach contents of a sea turtle, according to the Ocean Cleanup Foundation, which is funding research into plastic debris found in the Pacific.
Trilobites: What Makes Some Hair Curly? Not Quite What Scientists Thought

Trilobites: What Makes Some Hair Curly? Not Quite What Scientists Thought

Merino sheep on a farm in Alexandra, New Zealand. Scientists found that differences in the cells on a hair explain a sheep’s curls, and may offer insights for other mammals, like us.
Art Review: Real, or Too Real? A Dazzling Show Goes the Way of All Flesh

Art Review: Real, or Too Real? A Dazzling Show Goes the Way of All Flesh

Detail from “The Whistlers” (2005) by Tip Toland at the Met Breuer show “Like Life: Sculpture, Color, and the Body.” The sculpture renders two elderly naked women with tenderness and frankness.
Nature With Chirps, but No Tweets

Nature With Chirps, but No Tweets

Kevi Lipe in the conceptual artist Rachel Lee Hovnanian’s “NDD Immersion Room,” which visitors cannot enter without surrendering their phones. The artist meticulously recreated a forest at night,
Kubinka Journal: Patriotic Youth Army Takes Russian Kids Back to the Future

Kubinka Journal: Patriotic Youth Army Takes Russian Kids Back to the Future

Members of the Youth Army at the organization’s national forum. “Our movement is absolutely apolitical,” the group’s leader said.
Unbecoming a Trump

Unbecoming a Trump

From left, Donald Trump, Melania Knauss, Vanessa Haydon and Donald Trump Jr. at a charity event in 2004.

Anatomy of a Scene | ‘Pacific Rim Uprising’

The director Steven S. DeKnight narrates a sequence from his film.
Entertaining With: How to Throw a Laid-Back (and Healthy) Dinner Party

Entertaining With: How to Throw a Laid-Back (and Healthy) Dinner Party

Earlier this month, Kerrilynn Pamer and Cindy DiPrima Morisse of CAP Beauty threw a spring dinner party with plant-based recipes inspired by those in their new wellness book. After adopting a vegan