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Vows: Case of Mistaken Identity (He Wasn’t a Con Man)

Vows: Case of Mistaken Identity (He Wasn’t a Con Man)

Dr. Valerie Mechanik and Richard Westenberger dancing over the covered pool at their Tampa, Fla., home. Their first date was five hourslong. Their second date almost didn’t happen.

Cory Booker Announces 2020 Presidential Run

The New Jersey senator, who hopes to run on an upbeat message, becomes the latest Democrat to jump into a race that could be one of the most diverse and crowded primary fields in history.

Who Is Cory Booker?

Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey announced that he is running for president in 2020. Here’s what you need to know about him.
The Daily: The President and the Publisher

The Daily: The President and the Publisher

President Trump initially invited A. G. Sulzberger, the publisher of The New York Times, to an off-the-record dinner. Mr. Sulzberger countered with a request for an on-the-record interview.
New York Today: N.Y. Today: Cold Weather Tips From Outdoor Workers

New York Today: N.Y. Today: Cold Weather Tips From Outdoor Workers

As you sat in your cozy office, someone was bringing you lunch.
Fake News About Abortion in Virginia

Fake News About Abortion in Virginia

Kathy Tran of Virginia's House of Delegates has proposed a bill that would ease state restrictions on third-trimester abortions.

How to Do a Data ‘Cleanse’

New year, new you, right? You may be headed to the gym, but what about the health of your phone, computer and all your precious data? Here are some tips to get your digital life in order.
Trump Discusses Claims of ‘Fake News,’ and Their Impact, With New York Times Publisher

Trump Discusses Claims of ‘Fake News,’ and Their Impact, With New York Times Publisher

President Trump spoke during an exclusive interview with The New York Times in the Oval Office on Thursday.

A Hillbilly and a Survivalist Show the Way Out of Trump Country

One common thread of J.D. Vance’s and Tara Westover’s memoirs is distrust of institutions. Yet it was institutions — the military in one case, college in the other — that saved them.
news analysis: What Is the Blood of a Poor Person Worth?

news analysis: What Is the Blood of a Poor Person Worth?

CSL Plasma, a blood plasma collection center, in the Olney neighborhood of Philadelphia.
Super Bowl, Cory Booker, India: Your Friday Briefing

Super Bowl, Cory Booker, India: Your Friday Briefing

President Trump spoke to The Times in the Oval Office on Thursday. “I love this job,” he said.
Britain’s Big Squeeze: Fewer Officers, More Calls: U.K. Police Are Stretched by Austerity

Britain’s Big Squeeze: Fewer Officers, More Calls: U.K. Police Are Stretched by Austerity

Investigating a burglary at a supermarket in Birmingham, England, in November. Crime is rising, but Conservative-led austerity measures have led to cutbacks in police services.
On Pro Football: How Tom Brady Became New England’s Favorite Adopted Son

On Pro Football: How Tom Brady Became New England’s Favorite Adopted Son

It all started when quarterback Tom Brady led the Patriots to a 20-17 victory against the St. Louis Rams in the 2002 Super Bowl in New Orleans.
Gigantic Cavity in Antarctica Glacier Is a Product of Rapid Melting, Study Finds

Gigantic Cavity in Antarctica Glacier Is a Product of Rapid Melting, Study Finds

The Thwaites Glacier in western Antarctica is already responsible for about 4 percent of the world’s rising sea levels, according to NASA.
U.S. Suspends Nuclear Arms Control Treaty With Russia

U.S. Suspends Nuclear Arms Control Treaty With Russia

President Xi Jinping of China and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia in September in Vladivostok, Russia.
New York Joins Movement to Abandon Use of Student Tests in Teacher Evaluations

New York Joins Movement to Abandon Use of Student Tests in Teacher Evaluations

South Bronx Preparatory is one of the thousands of New York schools that will be impacted by an overhaul of the state’s teacher evaluation system.