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Tech We’re Using: How the Digital Era Has Changed the Daily Crossword

Tech We’re Using: How the Digital Era Has Changed the Daily Crossword

Sam Ezersky, assistant editor of puzzles at The New York Times, sorting crossword puzzle submissions.
James Duke, 88, Globe-Trotting Authority on Healing Plants, Is Dead

James Duke, 88, Globe-Trotting Authority on Healing Plants, Is Dead

James Duke in 2013 at his six-acre herb farm in Fulton, Md., where he would give tours. An advocate of natural medicine, he was skeptical of the high prices and side effects of modern drugs. “If you
In Funeral of Pomp and Pageantry, Nation Bids Farewell to George Bush

In Funeral of Pomp and Pageantry, Nation Bids Farewell to George Bush

A military honor guard carrying Mr. Bush’s coffin out of the Capitol, where he had been lying in state, into a motorcade on its way to the cathedral for the funeral on Wednesday.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Accelerate Like a ‘Speeding Freight Train’ in 2018

Accelerating emissions are putting the world on track to face some of the most severe consequences of global warming sooner than expected, scientists said.
Why Are Scientists So Upset About the First Crispr Babies?

Why Are Scientists So Upset About the First Crispr Babies?

A microplate containing embryos in the lab of He Jiankui, in Shenzhen, China. Dr. He says he edited genes in the embryos, resulting in the world's first gene-edited babies.
Video and Full Transcript of George W. Bush’s Eulogy for His Father

Video and Full Transcript of George W. Bush’s Eulogy for His Father

Former President George W. Bush, the 43rd president, delivered a eulogy for the 41st president and his father, George Bush. Here are those remarks.
Mexico Once Saw Migration as a U.S. Problem. Now It Needs Answers of Its Own.

Mexico Once Saw Migration as a U.S. Problem. Now It Needs Answers of Its Own.

Migrants playing cards at a sports center turned into a shelter in Tijuana, Mexico, next to the United States border wall.
The Carpetbagger: Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie Are Coming Into Their Power

The Carpetbagger: Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie Are Coming Into Their Power

Margo Robbie, left, and Saoirse Ronan in Beverly Hills last month. The two asked to be kept from one another until their big scene together as royal rivals in the forthcoming “Mary Queen of Scots.”
Suspected of Crimes, Netanyahu Is Also Suspected of Fear-Mongering

Suspected of Crimes, Netanyahu Is Also Suspected of Fear-Mongering

The military operation to expose and destroy what Israel described as enemy tunnels dug from Lebanon began two days after the Israeli police recommended that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be
Review: Evoking Ailey, a Beautiful Conversation Between Choreographers

Review: Evoking Ailey, a Beautiful Conversation Between Choreographers

From left, Jacqueline Green, Daniel Harder and Danica Paulos in “The Call,” Ronald K. Brown’s love letter to Alvin Ailey.
Michael Flynn, Witness for the Prosecution

Michael Flynn, Witness for the Prosecution

Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to a single count of lying to the F.B.I. last December.
National Day of Mourning for Bush: What It Means and What’s Closed

National Day of Mourning for Bush: What It Means and What’s Closed

President Trump declared Wednesday a “National Day of Mourning” for President George Bush, who died last week.
Rudy Giuliani Says Twitter Sabotaged His Tweet. Actually, He Did It Himself.

Rudy Giuliani Says Twitter Sabotaged His Tweet. Actually, He Did It Himself.

After Rudolph W. Giuliani accidentally tweeted a hyperlink — and a prankster took advantage of it — the president’s lawyer accused Twitter of letting someone “invade my text.”
Review: ‘La Traviata’ Opens a New Era at the Met Opera

Review: ‘La Traviata’ Opens a New Era at the Met Opera

Diana Damrau, in bed, and Juan Diego Flórez, right, star in the Metropolitan Opera’s new production of “La Traviata,” directed by Michael Mayer and conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin.
To Reduce Privacy Risks, the Census Plans to Report Less Accurate Data

To Reduce Privacy Risks, the Census Plans to Report Less Accurate Data

A 2018 census test letter mailed to a resident in Providence, R.I. The nation’s test run of the 2020 Census is in Rhode Island.
Overlooked No More: Charley Parkhurst, Gold Rush Legend With a Hidden Identity

Overlooked No More: Charley Parkhurst, Gold Rush Legend With a Hidden Identity

An illustration of Charley Parkhurst. She earned the nickname “One-Eyed Charley” after she was kicked in the eye by a horse, which was perhaps startled by a rattlesnake.

The Woman Who Outruns the Men, 200 Miles at a Time

Courtney Dauwalter specializes in extremely long races. But her success in winning them has opened a debate about how men’s innate strength advantages apply to endurance sports.
San Francisco Symphony Lands a Disrupter: Esa-Pekka Salonen

San Francisco Symphony Lands a Disrupter: Esa-Pekka Salonen

The visionary conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen, who long said he wanted to concentrate on composing, will be the next music director of the San Francisco Symphony.
Einstein’s ‘God Letter’ From 1954 Sells for $2.9 Million

Einstein’s ‘God Letter’ From 1954 Sells for $2.9 Million

Peter Klarnes, a vice president at Christie’s, inspects the “God letter,” which sold for $2,892,500 after a four-minute bidding battle between two clients on the telephone.