Nothing was found on your request

The New York Times: Latest News: news on page 9

In Mattis’s Shadow, Acting Pentagon Chief Tries to Reassure NATO Allies

In Mattis’s Shadow, Acting Pentagon Chief Tries to Reassure NATO Allies

The acting defense secretary, Patrick Shanahan, center, told reporters that he didn’t see a divergence between his commitment to NATO and the views of President Trump.
Trump’s Syria Withdrawal Order Forces Allies to Weigh Return of ISIS Detainees

Trump’s Syria Withdrawal Order Forces Allies to Weigh Return of ISIS Detainees

Men suspected to be linked to the Islamic State were arrested last month by Syrian Democratic Forces in southeastern Syria.
Amazon’s Retreat on New York City Headquarters Followed Unexpected Backlash

Amazon’s Retreat on New York City Headquarters Followed Unexpected Backlash

Anti-Amazon protesters before a New York City Council hearing in January. The deal to build a sprawling Amazon campus in Queens had also run into opposition from some local lawmakers.

Parkland’s Day of Remembrance: Moments of Silence, Reflection and Grief

On a day nobody wanted to remember — or forget — Parkland students were observing a day of mourning for the 17 lives lost a year ago.
Mike Pence Lashes European Allies for Their Stance on Iran

Mike Pence Lashes European Allies for Their Stance on Iran

Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, with the Polish and Israeli leaders at the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes in Warsaw on Thursday. Mr. Pence forcefully reiterated the Trump
What Will Win Best Picture? 20 Oscar Voters Spill Their Secrets

What Will Win Best Picture? 20 Oscar Voters Spill Their Secrets

Numerous voters expressed admiration for “Black Panther,” starring Chadwick Boseman, foreground left, and Michael B. Jordan, though its association with Disney could be a complicating factor.
Congress Expected to Swiftly Pass Border Deal to Prevent Shutdown

Congress Expected to Swiftly Pass Border Deal to Prevent Shutdown

Congress is expected to pass legislation to fund the government, depriving President Trump of the funds needed to build a wall along the southern border with Mexico.
Suicide Bomb Kills at Least 40 Indian Soldiers in Kashmir

Suicide Bomb Kills at Least 40 Indian Soldiers in Kashmir

Indian soldiers examining debris after the attack in southern Kashmir on Thursday, which local officials said could prove to have been the deadliest in 20 years.

LOVE LETTERS: Hilton Als: How Rachel Weisz Helped Save My Life

The writer pays tribute to the fearlessness of his friend ahead of Valentine’s Day — and the 91st Academy Awards.

One of Two Men Questioned in Jussie Smollett Case Appeared on ‘Empire,’ Police Say

Hours after Smollett appeared on “Good Morning America” and expressed anger about the attack, the Chicago Police Department said it was interrogating two men.
McCabe Says Justice Dept. Officials Had Discussions About Pushing Trump Out

McCabe Says Justice Dept. Officials Had Discussions About Pushing Trump Out

Andrew G. McCabe, the former deputy F.B.I. director, testifying on Capitol Hill in 2017.
Trilobites: An Icy Superhighway Once Carried Glaciers From Namibia to Brazil

Trilobites: An Icy Superhighway Once Carried Glaciers From Namibia to Brazil

Drumlins, sedimentary rock formations made by fast-moving ice floes in Namibia.
California Today: Can Berkeley Boycott Amazon?

California Today: Can Berkeley Boycott Amazon?

Berkeley’s City Council is weighing a proposal to boycott Amazon in protest against its contracts with ICE and Customs and Border Protection.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge Will Make You Laugh So Hard It Hurts

Phoebe Waller-Bridge Will Make You Laugh So Hard It Hurts

Phoebe Waller-Bridge writes and stars in work that is strange, beguiling and funny.
El-Sisi May Rule Egypt Until 2034 Under Parliamentary Plan

El-Sisi May Rule Egypt Until 2034 Under Parliamentary Plan

A campaign poster for President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in Cairo before elections last year. Stability in Egypt has come at a high price in terms of civil liberties and human rights.
Prince Philip, 97, Won’t Face Charges Over Car Crash, Prosecutors Say

Prince Philip, 97, Won’t Face Charges Over Car Crash, Prosecutors Say

Buckingham Palace announced on Saturday that Prince Philip had voluntarily surrendered his driver’s license.
Ryan Adams, Mars Rover, Valentine’s Day: Your Thursday Briefing

Ryan Adams, Mars Rover, Valentine’s Day: Your Thursday Briefing

Monica Elfriede Witt, a Texas native, studied Farsi and carried out covert missions in Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Qatar as an Air Force agent.
The Ocasio-Cortez Effect: Wave of Challenges Hits Entrenched N.Y. Democrats

The Ocasio-Cortez Effect: Wave of Challenges Hits Entrenched N.Y. Democrats

The success of Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is expected to spur several serious primary challenges to incumbent Democratic House members in New York.