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Voters, You’re Being Manipulated

Voters, You’re Being Manipulated

Protesters demonstrated near the Tree of Life Synagogue during President Trump’s visit on Tuesday.
5 Cheap(ish) Things to Help You Sleep Better

5 Cheap(ish) Things to Help You Sleep Better

A man asleep on one of the many beds set up at Spring Studios for the “Sleep” performance by Max Richter in New York City in May.
Democrats in an All-Hands-on-Deck Scramble to Save Menendez in New Jersey

Democrats in an All-Hands-on-Deck Scramble to Save Menendez in New Jersey

From left, Senator Cory Booker, Gov. Philip D. Murphy and Senator Bob Menendez discuss Hurricane Sandy relief efforts in Union Beach, N.J. Mr. Booker and Mr. Murphy are helping to prop up Mr.

Tech Drove Stocks Skyward. It Was a Different Story on the Way Down.

Large technology companies, and the big profits they produce, lifted the markets earlier this year. But during October’s tumble they were only part of a broad-based downturn.
Overlooked No More: Miki Gorman, Women’s Marathon Pioneer

Overlooked No More: Miki Gorman, Women’s Marathon Pioneer

Miki Gorman running the 1977 New York City Marathon. She was the first woman to finish the race, and it would be another 40 years until another American woman took the title.
Tech Fix: Spotting Disinformation Online Before the Midterm Elections

Tech Fix: Spotting Disinformation Online Before the Midterm Elections

The tech writer Kevin Roose at The New York Times studio recording an episode of the podcast "The Daily."
In Lyric McHenry’s Death, a Bronx Man Is Arrested

In Lyric McHenry’s Death, a Bronx Man Is Arrested

An arrest this week offers the first public hint about what may have happened to Lyric McHenry.
5 Harvard Friends, and a Frank Talk About How They Got In

5 Harvard Friends, and a Frank Talk About How They Got In

From left, Nadine Lee, Charlotte Ruhl, Lauren Marshall, Joseph Felkers and Iman Lavery, all 18 and first-year students at Harvard University, in their dormitory on campus in Cambridge, Mass.
Trilobites: Deer Antlers Couldn’t Grow So Fast Without These Genes

Trilobites: Deer Antlers Couldn’t Grow So Fast Without These Genes

A red deer during rutting season in England. Deer are the only mammals that can regrow lost body parts.
Whitey Bulger’s Fatal Prison Beating: ‘He Was Unrecognizable’

Whitey Bulger’s Fatal Prison Beating: ‘He Was Unrecognizable’

Fotios (Freddy) Geas, a Mafia hit man from Massachusetts, seen in court in 2009, is a suspect in the death of James (Whitey) Bulger.
Review: In ‘Boy Erased,’ a Young Man Struggles With Faith and Sexuality

Review: In ‘Boy Erased,’ a Young Man Struggles With Faith and Sexuality

Théodore Pellerin, left, as Xavier and Lucas Hedges as Jared in “Boy Erased,” directed by Joel Edgerton.
Pittsburgh Grieves, With Back-to-Back Funerals and Mourners 50 Deep

Pittsburgh Grieves, With Back-to-Back Funerals and Mourners 50 Deep

Mourners gathered for Joyce Fienberg’s funeral in Pittsburgh on Wednesday.

What if He Falls?

Alex Honnold took a huge risk when he made his free solo climb of El Capitan. Did making a film about it make it even riskier?