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How The Times Analyzed Location Tracking Companies

Reporters tested apps made for both Android and iOS, evaluated app code and examined the companies receiving the data.

Metropolitan Diary: ‘With the Momentum of a Pitcher in Full Windup, He Launched Into the Piece’

Unexpected entertainment at a rooftop cookout, getting a good price on a microwave oven and other reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
How Phoenix Explains a Rise in Police Violence: It’s the Civilians’ Fault

How Phoenix Explains a Rise in Police Violence: It’s the Civilians’ Fault

Poder in Action, a nonprofit group in Phoenix, marks shootings by the city’s police officers on a wall map in its office. Since the photo was taken, the tally for 2018 has risen to 41.
Carlos Ghosn, Ex-Nissan Chief, and Nissan Are Charged With Misstating His Pay

Carlos Ghosn, Ex-Nissan Chief, and Nissan Are Charged With Misstating His Pay

Carlos Ghosn, the former chairman of Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors, is shown on a news program in Tokyo on Monday. The accusations against Mr. Ghosn have shaken a global auto empire that includes the
Times Insider: How Two Times Reporters Covered the Hunt for Oil in Alaska

Times Insider: How Two Times Reporters Covered the Hunt for Oil in Alaska

The Interior Department could be selling leases to drill for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska, above, as early as next year.
Critic’s Pick: ‘The Jungle’ Review: Migrants’ Heartbreaking Search for Home in Calais

Critic’s Pick: ‘The Jungle’ Review: Migrants’ Heartbreaking Search for Home in Calais

Mohammad Amiri, left, and Ammar Haj Ahmad in the “The Jungle” at St. Ann’s Warehouse.
Critic’s Pick: Review: Race and Sex in Plantation America in ‘Slave Play’

Critic’s Pick: Review: Race and Sex in Plantation America in ‘Slave Play’

Teyonah Parris, left, and Paul Alexander Nolan in “Slave Play” at the New York Theater Workshop.

‘Appalling’ Video Shows the Police Yanking 1-Year-Old From His Mother’s Arms

An incident involving a woman in a Brooklyn food stamp office has led to a social media outcry for an explanation from the Police Department.
Wall St. Ignored Signs of Trouble for Months. Now It Sees Risks Everywhere.

Wall St. Ignored Signs of Trouble for Months. Now It Sees Risks Everywhere.

By the end of the trading day last Friday, the S&P 500 had completed its worst weekly drop since March. Stocks are now down 1.5 percent this year.
Michael Cohen Wanted to Cooperate in His Own Way. Prosecutors Had Other Ideas.

Michael Cohen Wanted to Cooperate in His Own Way. Prosecutors Had Other Ideas.

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, will be sentenced on Wednesday.
Shutdown Looms and Priorities Stack Up as Congress Races Toward Session’s End

Shutdown Looms and Priorities Stack Up as Congress Races Toward Session’s End

President Trump has demanded that $5 billion for a border wall be included in a year-end spending package, a condition that Democrats have rejected.

Manhattan Science Teacher Safely Lands Plane on New Jersey Golf Course

Jonas De Leon made an emergency landing on Sunday on the ninth hole of a Paramus, N.J., golf course. No one on board was seriously injured, the police said.
On Pro Football: Patriots Were One Step From the Top. Then the Unthinkable Happened.

On Pro Football: Patriots Were One Step From the Top. Then the Unthinkable Happened.

Kyle Van Noy lay in the end zone after failing to tackle Miami’s Kenyan Drake as time expired.
On Soccer: In a Transplanted Final, Even the Copa Libertadores Is Sanitized

On Soccer: In a Transplanted Final, Even the Copa Libertadores Is Sanitized

River Plate celebrating with the Copa Libertadores trophy after the victory over Boca Juniors, their intracity rivals from Buenos Aires, on Sunday in Madrid.
Surviving a Criminal Presidency

Surviving a Criminal Presidency

President Donald Trump arrives at Kansas City, Mo., on Friday to deliver remarks at the 2018 Project Safe Neighborhoods National Conference.

Understanding the Collective Rage of France’s ‘Gilets Jaunes’

Shuttered shops, burning cars and tear gas. We were on the ground in Paris with the “Yellow Vests” protesters as they took to the streets for the fourth week in a row.