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Does Anyone Really ‘Love’ Private Health Insurance?

Does Anyone Really ‘Love’ Private Health Insurance?

I am alive today not because of insurance companies but despite them.
As Amazon Smolders, Indonesia Fires Choke the Other Side of the World

As Amazon Smolders, Indonesia Fires Choke the Other Side of the World

Thousands of fires, most of them set to clear land for plantations that make palm oil, created thick clouds of smoke that disrupted air travel and sickened people.
The Governor, the Seneca Nation and the Completely Rotten Highway

The Governor, the Seneca Nation and the Completely Rotten Highway

Three miles of wrecked pavement symbolize the feud between New York’s largest Native American tribe and Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.
A Nazi Design Show Draws Criticism. Its Curator’s Comments Didn’t Help.

A Nazi Design Show Draws Criticism. Its Curator’s Comments Didn’t Help.

The exhibition’s detractors say that a man who derided museums as too feminine and politically correct may not be taking the right approach to overseeing the sensitive items on display.
Guarding the Sanctity of Italian Food, One Meal at a Time

Guarding the Sanctity of Italian Food, One Meal at a Time

The SoHo chapter of the Accademia Italiana della Cucina gathers each month to review a restaurant and uphold its ideal of that nation’s cuisine. (No veal parm, please!)

Cokie Roberts Dies; Veteran Broadcast Journalist Was 75

She was known to millions for her pioneering work for ABC News and NPR.

An Anthony Bourdain Auction Will Include His Treasured Knife

A year after the celebrity chef’s death, some of his things are going on sale to benefit his family and the Culinary Institute of America.
Hard-Liners in Iran See No Drawback to Bellicose Strategy

Hard-Liners in Iran See No Drawback to Bellicose Strategy

Trying to win sanctions relief, officials in Tehran believe they can lash out against American allies without suffering serious penalties, analysts say.

More and More Children Are Feeling Anxious. This Graphic Novelist Is Trying to Help.

“Guts,” Raina Telgemeier’s warm, funny and realistic new graphic memoir, hits home for parents and children trying to climb out of the abyss of worry.
She Escaped From Nxivm. Now She’s Written a Book About the Sex Cult.

She Escaped From Nxivm. Now She’s Written a Book About the Sex Cult.

In “Scarred,” Sarah Edmondson — once a high-ranking Nxivm member — describes her years in the group.
To Find Clues in Saudi Oil Attacks, U.S. Examines Missile and Drone Parts

To Find Clues in Saudi Oil Attacks, U.S. Examines Missile and Drone Parts

American investigators are gathering evidence to bolster their claim that Iran was responsible for attacking oil facilities in Saudi Arabia.

WeWork Delays I.P.O. After Chilly Reception From Investors

The company’s parent has been trying to rescue the public offering amid concerns about the high valuation for a business that is deeply unprofitable.
Weather Radars Reveal an 80 Percent Chance of ... Dragonflies?

Weather Radars Reveal an 80 Percent Chance of ... Dragonflies?

More and more often, it seems, massive clouds of insects are being picked up by increasingly advanced radar technology.
Ask Us Your Questions About Inequality in California

Ask Us Your Questions About Inequality in California

Tuesday: We want to hear from you about the stories you want to read. Also: Gov. Gavin Newsom takes action on vaping, and Kim Gordon recommends a taco spot.
Key Moments from Corey Lewandowski’s Testimony Before Congress

Key Moments from Corey Lewandowski’s Testimony Before Congress

Mr. Lewandowski, President Trump’s former campaign manager, testified before lawmakers conducting an impeachment inquiry.
Warren and Trump Lay Out Competing Visions of Populism

Warren and Trump Lay Out Competing Visions of Populism

In New York, Senator Elizabeth Warren described a government compromised by the influence of the wealthy. President Trump, in New Mexico, denounced a “failed liberal establishment.”
The Autoworkers Strike Is Bigger Than G.M.

The Autoworkers Strike Is Bigger Than G.M.

How teachers, hotel workers and supermarket cashiers inspired 50,000 General Motors workers to go on strike.
Something Special Is Happening in Rural America

Something Special Is Happening in Rural America

There is a “brain gain” afoot that suggests a national homecoming to less bustling spaces.
The Abortion Mysticism of Pete Buttigieg

The Abortion Mysticism of Pete Buttigieg

How the party of science decided that personhood begins at birth.