Nothing was found on your request

The New York Times: Latest News: news on page 38

The $238 Million Penthouse Provokes a Fierce Response: Tax It

The $238 Million Penthouse Provokes a Fierce Response: Tax It

The sale of a $238 million penthouse apartment at 220 Central Park South in Manhattan has spurred discussion of a possible pied-à-terre tax.

You Call That Meat? Not So Fast, Cattle Ranchers Say

With new vegetarian and lab-produced burgers coming to stores, several states are looking to bar newcomers from using the word meat on their labels.
Arizona Nursing Center Where Incapacitated Woman Was Raped Will Now Stay Open

Arizona Nursing Center Where Incapacitated Woman Was Raped Will Now Stay Open

Hacienda HealthCare in Phoenix will now stay open with greater state oversight.
Trilobites: Aboriginal Hunters’ Fires Help Restore an Australian Desert

Trilobites: Aboriginal Hunters’ Fires Help Restore an Australian Desert

Burning spinifex to hunt for goanna, a sand monitor lizard, in Australia. These small hunting fires have helped sustain wild species, adding to the diversity of vegetation and contributing to food

Why a Town Is Finally Honoring a Black Veteran Attacked by Its White Police Chief

Sgt. Isaac Woodard Jr., a decorated veteran, was brutally beaten by the police in a small South Carolina town in 1946. Now the town is facing up to its past.
Rare Series of Snowstorms Bears Down on Seattle Area

Rare Series of Snowstorms Bears Down on Seattle Area

A fisherman looked out on Seattle, which was lost in a whiteout during a snowstorm on Friday. The National Weather Service has a winter storm warning in effect until late afternoon on Saturday.
Trump Is in ‘Very Good Health’ Following His Annual Physical, His Doctor Says

Trump Is in ‘Very Good Health’ Following His Annual Physical, His Doctor Says

President Trump arriving Friday at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to receive his annual physical exam.
Jeff Bezos’ Extortion Claim Said to Be Under Review by Prosecutors

Jeff Bezos’ Extortion Claim Said to Be Under Review by Prosecutors

In attacking American Media Inc., Jeff Bezos, the chief executive of Amazon, showed he was willing to get dirty in the pursuit of victory.
Trump Does His Divisive El Paso Number

Trump Does His Divisive El Paso Number

A protest against the border wall in El Paso in January.
Why Ralph Northam Should Not Resign

Why Ralph Northam Should Not Resign

Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia with his wife, Pam Northam, speaking to reporters last week.
Surprise! It’s Not Guns, It’s the …

Surprise! It’s Not Guns, It’s the …

Thousands of people took part in the March for Our Lives protest in Parkland, Fla., a month after the school shooting there a year ago.
Virginia’s Lieutenant Governor Faces Impeachment Threat and Calls to Resign

Virginia’s Lieutenant Governor Faces Impeachment Threat and Calls to Resign

Terry McAuliffe, the former governor of Virginia, called on Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax to resign on Friday.
Trump and Kim Jong-un to Hold Second Summit Meeting in Hanoi, Vietnam

Trump and Kim Jong-un to Hold Second Summit Meeting in Hanoi, Vietnam

President Trump emerged from his inaugural meeting in June with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, declaring that he had all but resolved the decades-long nuclear dispute.
U.S. Heightens Attacks on Taliban in Push Toward Peace in Afghanistan

U.S. Heightens Attacks on Taliban in Push Toward Peace in Afghanistan

The former president of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, was among 50 negotiators working on a peace deal with the Taliban this week in Moscow. It was the most significant contact between senior Afghan
Landmark Broadway Deal Gives Actors a Piece of the Profits

Landmark Broadway Deal Gives Actors a Piece of the Profits

The producer of “Mean Girls” voluntarily shared profits with performers who helped develop the show; now that arrangement will be standard on Broadway.
Les Moonves, Fired by CBS, Sets Up Shop in Hollywood

Les Moonves, Fired by CBS, Sets Up Shop in Hollywood

Les Moonves’s new company, Moon Rise Unlimited, operates out of a 10th floor suite on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, Calif.
Huawei Threatens Lawsuit Against Czech Republic After Security Warning

Huawei Threatens Lawsuit Against Czech Republic After Security Warning

A Huawei store in Beijing. The Chinese technology giant demanded that the Czech Republic’s cybersecurity agency rescind an official warning about the risk posed by the company.