Nothing was found on your request

The New York Times: Latest News: news on page 702

California Lawmakers Set Goal for Carbon-Free Energy by 2045

California Lawmakers Set Goal for Carbon-Free Energy by 2045

State Senator Kevin de León, sponsor of a bill to require California to generate all of its electricity from carbon-free sources by 2045. Passage of the measure highlights the state’s determination to
Bishop Says He Erred in Allowing Diocese to Buy Him a $2.3 Million Home

Bishop Says He Erred in Allowing Diocese to Buy Him a $2.3 Million Home

Bishop Patrick J. McGrath at a news conference in San Jose, Calif., in 2017.
A Black Progressive and a Trump Acolyte Win Florida Governor Primaries

A Black Progressive and a Trump Acolyte Win Florida Governor Primaries

Andrew Gillum, the mayor of Tallahassee, is an outspoken progressive.
Barnes & Noble Says Former C.E.O. Demos Parneros Was Fired for Sexual Harassment

Barnes & Noble Says Former C.E.O. Demos Parneros Was Fired for Sexual Harassment

Demos Parneros was fired last month as Barnes & Noble’s chief executive. Mr. Parneros filed a lawsuit Tuesday claiming defamation and breach of contract.
Burglar Steals iPad From Home of Banker Tied to Paul Manafort, Police Say

Burglar Steals iPad From Home of Banker Tied to Paul Manafort, Police Say

Paul Manafort arriving for a hearing at Federal District Court in June in Washington. On Tuesday, a burglar stole items belonging to a banker who handled loan paperwork for Mr. Manafort, the police
Calls Grow for Cardinal Wuerl to Resign Over Handling of Sex Abuse Allegations

Calls Grow for Cardinal Wuerl to Resign Over Handling of Sex Abuse Allegations

Catholic teachers held signs of protest on Tuesday outside the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington.
Scorching Day at the U.S. Open Raises Questions About Heat Policy

Scorching Day at the U.S. Open Raises Questions About Heat Policy

Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus tried to cool down during her first-round match against Danielle Collins on Tuesday. It was 95 degrees around 1 p.m.
Judges’ Ruling on Election Map Plunges North Carolina Politics Into Disarray

Judges’ Ruling on Election Map Plunges North Carolina Politics Into Disarray

A ruling on Monday that declared North Carolina’s congressional district map unfair to Democrats has created confusion for candidates.
Dozens at Facebook Unite to Challenge Its ‘Intolerant’ Liberal Culture

Dozens at Facebook Unite to Challenge Its ‘Intolerant’ Liberal Culture

Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, told Congress this year that he wanted the company to “be a platform for all ideas.”
Aretha Franklin’s Fans Say Goodbye, With Tears and Dance Moves

Aretha Franklin’s Fans Say Goodbye, With Tears and Dance Moves

Maureen Forte, center, waited in line with a group of women from Chicago who traveled to Detroit to pay their respects to Aretha Franklin who lies in state at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African
A Green Light for Banks to Start ‘Redlining’ Again

A Green Light for Banks to Start ‘Redlining’ Again

The Community Reinvestment Act, passed in 1977, has encouraged investment in previously neglected neighborhoods such as Marin City, Calif.
Blocked From Posting Printable Gun Plans, Activist Will Mail Them Instead

Blocked From Posting Printable Gun Plans, Activist Will Mail Them Instead

Cody Wilson said his blueprints for making a gun using a 3-D printer went on sale Tuesday morning, and he had already received nearly 400 orders.
Explorer: In the Azores, the Menu Includes Coffee, Tea and Tradition

Explorer: In the Azores, the Menu Includes Coffee, Tea and Tradition

Gorreana Tea Plantation is Europe's oldest and largest tea plantation.
C.I.A. Officer-Turned-Candidate Says PAC Obtained Her Security Application

C.I.A. Officer-Turned-Candidate Says PAC Obtained Her Security Application

Abigail Spanberger, a Democrat running for Congress in Virginia, said that the Congressional Leadership Fund had provided a copy of her security clearance application to the news media.
9-Year-Old Boy Killed Himself After Being Tormented by Bullies, His Mom Says

9-Year-Old Boy Killed Himself After Being Tormented by Bullies, His Mom Says

Leia Pierce and her son, Jamel Myles. Ms. Pierce says her son committed suicide after a year in which he and his older sister were bullied at school.
Bees Swarm Times Square Hot-Dog Stand

Bees Swarm Times Square Hot-Dog Stand

Bees swarming a hot dog cart in Times Square on Tuesday at 43rd Street and Broadway.