The New York Times: Latest News: news on page 36

Stores Catch Holiday Tourists Before They Even Leave the Hotel

Stores Catch Holiday Tourists Before They Even Leave the Hotel

To meet visitors where they are, New York retailers like Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s have set up shop in hotel lobbies.
Giuliani Pursued Business in Ukraine While Pushing for Inquiries for Trump

Giuliani Pursued Business in Ukraine While Pushing for Inquiries for Trump

The president’s private lawyer explored agreements with Ukrainian officials for hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Dresden Museum Partly Reopens After Jewelry Heist

The Green Vault rooms remained closed after thieves made off with Saxon royal treasures including diamond-encrusted brooches, buckles and a sword.
Trump Lawyers, Skeptical of Engaging on Impeachment, Weigh Hearing Strategy

Trump Lawyers, Skeptical of Engaging on Impeachment, Weigh Hearing Strategy

The White House is debating whether to accept an invitation by Democrats to be part of an impeachment hearing next week, calling it a “sham partisan process.”

A College Student Was Killed by a Man Whose Catcalls She Tried to Ignore, Prosecutors Say

Ruth George’s attacker grew angry, prosecutors said, when she ignored his remarks. “She was just trying to go home,” a fellow college student said.
In Scotland, Brexit Is on the Line. So Is the Future of the U.K.

In Scotland, Brexit Is on the Line. So Is the Future of the U.K.

The Scots could decide the outcome of Britain’s election next month, the future of Brexit and maybe even the survival of the United Kingdom.
‘Evo Morales Is Like a Father to Us’

‘Evo Morales Is Like a Father to Us’

In the coca-growing region where the former Bolivian president got his political start, farmers are loyal to him — and demanding his return.

‘Knives Out’ Review: Murder Most Clever

In his new movie, Rian Johnson dusts off Agatha Christie with help from Daniel Craig, Jamie Lee Curtis and Don Johnson.
You Can’t Fire Mark Zuckerberg’s Kid’s Kids

You Can’t Fire Mark Zuckerberg’s Kid’s Kids

There’s a problem with tech companies using dual-class stock schemes: They can work well until they do not.
What Makes a ‘Narrative Violation’?

What Makes a ‘Narrative Violation’?

Venture capitalists have a favorite new term.
Changing a Brooklyn Neighborhood ‘One Rope at a Time’

Changing a Brooklyn Neighborhood ‘One Rope at a Time’

The Jazzy Jumpers, a double Dutch team, have competed around the world. But they are rooted in Brownsville, providing a safe haven for the neighborhood’s children and teenagers.
The Trick to Hosting a Better Holiday Party

The Trick to Hosting a Better Holiday Party

Batch drinks let you make a perfect drink for every single person in the room simultaneously — including yourself.
The Vicious Reality Behind the Thanksgiving Myth

The Vicious Reality Behind the Thanksgiving Myth

If Americans continue to insist on associating the holiday with Pilgrims and Indians, the least we can do is try to get the story straight.
Godfrey Gao, ‘Mortal Instruments’ Actor, Dies While Filming TV Show

Godfrey Gao, ‘Mortal Instruments’ Actor, Dies While Filming TV Show

When the 35-year-old performer and model collapsed with an apparent heart attack during filming for a strenuous, stunt-filled series, it set off a wave of anger on Chinese social media.
‘Parasite’ Has Shocked the Box Office, Helped by an Upstart Studio

‘Parasite’ Has Shocked the Box Office, Helped by an Upstart Studio

The indie distributor Neon has Oscar contenders with Bong Joon Ho’s latest and the documentary “Apollo 11.”
The Best Movies to Watch on Thanksgiving

The Best Movies to Watch on Thanksgiving

Stuck with your opinionated uncle? Having a Friendsgiving? This list provides after-dinner entertainment options for the tryptophan-impaired, no matter who’s watching.
Jonathan Miller, Acclaimed Theater Director and Writer, Dies at 85

Jonathan Miller, Acclaimed Theater Director and Writer, Dies at 85

Known for his radical restagings of classic works, Mr. Miller was also a doctor who periodically left the stage to practice medicine.
Is This the First Fossil of an Embryo?

Is This the First Fossil of an Embryo?

Mysterious 609-million-year-old balls of cells may be the oldest animal embryos — or something else entirely.

Everything You Learned About Thanksgiving Is Wrong

The Thanksgiving story is far more complex than most Americans are taught. Blame school textbooks, children’s stories and animated specials.
More Prince, More Pleasure: The Joys of the Expanded ‘1999’

More Prince, More Pleasure: The Joys of the Expanded ‘1999’

Prince’s fifth album, rereleased on its 37th anniversary with a wealth of material from his vault, captures the moment he broke down barriers and became a rock star.