Nothing was found on your request

The New York Times: Latest News: news on page 556

De Blasio Rebuffs Question on Homelessness: ‘I’m in the Middle of a Workout’

De Blasio Rebuffs Question on Homelessness: ‘I’m in the Middle of a Workout’

Nathylin Flowers Adesegun was recorded as she confronted Mr. de Blasio about his plan to create and preserve affordable housing.
White Women, Come Get Your People

White Women, Come Get Your People

Senator Susan Collins of Maine walking to the Senate floor on Friday. Her support of Brett Kavanaugh helped elevate him to the Supreme Court.
Show How You Feel, Kavanaugh Was Told, and a Nomination Was Saved

Show How You Feel, Kavanaugh Was Told, and a Nomination Was Saved

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh angrily defended himself against sexual assault allegations in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee last month.
Everything on Brett Kavanaugh, the Senate Vote and the Fallout

Everything on Brett Kavanaugh, the Senate Vote and the Fallout

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee last week regarding sexual assault allegations.
The Jocks Will Inherit the Earth

The Jocks Will Inherit the Earth

High school popularity is associated with higher self esteem later in life.
Miniature Horses Are Welcome on Alaska Airlines (But No Snakes, Please)

Miniature Horses Are Welcome on Alaska Airlines (But No Snakes, Please)

Willie Nelson, a therapeutic miniature horse, and a volunteer at a children’s hospital in Akron, Ohio. Mini horses are among the three types of animals allowed on Alaska Airlines flights as service
Alex Cora Manages the Red Sox and Inspires Boston’s Puerto Ricans

Alex Cora Manages the Red Sox and Inspires Boston’s Puerto Ricans

Red Sox Manager Alex Cora, one of the few Latino managers in baseball, holds special significance for Boston’s Puerto Rican community.
Did Facebook Learn Anything From the Cambridge Analytica Debacle?

Did Facebook Learn Anything From the Cambridge Analytica Debacle?

Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook announced the biggest data breach in its history last month.
news analysis: Naomi Osaka, a New Governor and Me

news analysis: Naomi Osaka, a New Governor and Me

The Japanese newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun printed a special edition when Naomi Osaka won the United States Open tennis championship in September.

Watch Live: Senate Delivers Final Vote on Kavanaugh

After a highly contentious nomination process, senators deliver the final vote on the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
The Prison ‘Old-Timers’ Who Gave Me Life

The Prison ‘Old-Timers’ Who Gave Me Life

The author, Darnell Epps. After serving 17 years in prison, he is now a full-time student at Cornell.
Con Man Claimed to ‘Cure’ Childless Women. Blackmail Followed, Then Bodies.

Con Man Claimed to ‘Cure’ Childless Women. Blackmail Followed, Then Bodies.

Women gathered at a shrine in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan, in 2013. A man called Rasool Landay has been passing himself off as an Islamic cleric, Mullah Landay, and ran extortion ring targeting women,
Pope Orders New Inquiry Into Abuse Accusations Against McCarrick

Pope Orders New Inquiry Into Abuse Accusations Against McCarrick

Pope Francis greeting Archbishop Theodore E. McCarrick in New York in September 2015.
Kavanaugh Is Sworn In After Close Confirmation Vote in Senate

Kavanaugh Is Sworn In After Close Confirmation Vote in Senate

Vice President Mike Pence presiding over the Senate during the vote on Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.
Justice Delayed, With a Life on the Line

Justice Delayed, With a Life on the Line

Kevin Cooper, center, after he was arrested in 1983.