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Why Did Police Officers Fire 42 Times to Bring Down a Robbery Suspect in Queens?

Why Did Police Officers Fire 42 Times to Bring Down a Robbery Suspect in Queens?

A bullet lays next to an evidence marker on the ground outside a T-Mobile store in Queens where police officers shooting at a robbery suspect accidentally killed a veteran detective.
The Real Problem With Trump’s National Emergency Plan

The Real Problem With Trump’s National Emergency Plan

President Trump speaking Thursday to a sheriffs conference in Washington.
Donald and the Deflationists

Donald and the Deflationists

To lead the World Bank, President Trump picked David Malpass, whose past economic philosophy, curiously, was at odds with the president's policies.
In the End, Amazon Didn’t Win Its Own Subsidy Game

In the End, Amazon Didn’t Win Its Own Subsidy Game

Opponents of Amazon’s move into Queens rallied in celebration on Thursday after the company’s announcement that it would not put a headquarters there.
New R. Kelly Sex Video Turned Over to Authorities, Lawyer Says

New R. Kelly Sex Video Turned Over to Authorities, Lawyer Says

R. Kelly, pictured in 2013, has been trailed by allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse for years, but he has never been convicted of a crime.
‘He’s Not There Yet’: Embattled Governor Seeks Forgiveness From Black Virginians

‘He’s Not There Yet’: Embattled Governor Seeks Forgiveness From Black Virginians

Gov. Ralph Northam has scrambled to rebuild his image among black Virginians.
What People Are Saying About Amazon’s Breakup With New York City

What People Are Saying About Amazon’s Breakup With New York City

Amazon said it canceled its plans for a campus in Long Island City, Queens, because it was clear that a number of elected officials opposed the company's presence.
F.B.I. Opens Inquiry Into Ryan Adams’s Explicit Communications With an Underage Fan

F.B.I. Opens Inquiry Into Ryan Adams’s Explicit Communications With an Underage Fan

F.B.I. agents took the first steps to open a criminal investigation into whether Ryan Adams committed a crime engaging in sexually explicit communications with an underage fan.

52 Books for 52 Places

Explore the cities, countries, regions and states in Travel’s “52 Places to Go in 2019” through these books.
Blaming Political Climate, Trumps Give Up on New Hotels

Blaming Political Climate, Trumps Give Up on New Hotels

This unfinished hotel in Mississippi was to be the first property in the Trump Organization’s planned Scion chain.
New York Doesn’t Need Amazon’s Sweetheart Deal

New York Doesn’t Need Amazon’s Sweetheart Deal

Protestors at New York City Hall in January rally against Amazon’s plans to expand in Queens.
A Valentine in Uncertain Times: ‘I Kiss You Amid the Taliban’

A Valentine in Uncertain Times: ‘I Kiss You Amid the Taliban’

Afghan couples celebrating Valentine’s Day in Kabul on Thursday.
A Black Group Says Mardi Gras Blackface Honors Tradition. Others Call It ‘Disgusting.’

A Black Group Says Mardi Gras Blackface Honors Tradition. Others Call It ‘Disgusting.’

The Zulu Parade passed through New Orleans on Mardi Gras Day in 2018. Zulu’s paraders, mostly black but some of them white, wear blackface and grass skirts.
Amazon’s Exit Forces a Reckoning for N.Y. Political Leaders

Amazon’s Exit Forces a Reckoning for N.Y. Political Leaders

John Schoettler, the vice president for Global Real Estate and Facilities for Amazon, left, and Mayor Bill de Blasio shook hands Nov. 13, 2018, as Gov. Andrew Cuomo looked on after announcing the

Editors’ Choice: 9 New Books We Recommend This Week

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
The Shift: For Once, Amazon Loses a Popularity Contest

The Shift: For Once, Amazon Loses a Popularity Contest

The battle in Queens posed a challenge to one of Amazon’s bedrock beliefs: that being loved by customers is all that matters.