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Why Are Drug Prices So High? We’re Curious, Too

Why Are Drug Prices So High? We’re Curious, Too

Alisa Erkes retrieves pain medicine from a lock box at her home in Smyrna, Ga.
Indian Police File Murder Charge After Times Describes Cover-Up

Indian Police File Murder Charge After Times Describes Cover-Up

The village of Peepli Khera, India, where a man has been charged in the death of his wife, Geeta.
Looking Back: 1851 | Born Into a Racial Turmoil That Has Never Ended

Trump lawyer overheard talking about Russiagate at restaurant — by NYT reporter

Wut. The post Trump lawyer overheard talking about Russiagate at restaurant — by NYT reporter appeared first on Hot Air.
Indian Police File Murder Charge After Times Describes Cover-Up

Indian Police File Murder Charge After Times Describes Cover-Up

The village of Peepli Khera, India, where a man has been charged in the death of his wife, Geeta.
Looking Back: 1851 | Born Into a Racial Turmoil That Has Never Ended

Things have gone from bad to worse for Trump officials targeted in Russia probe

Things are going from bad to worse for the Trump officials caught in the crosshairs of a federal investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election as bad news leaked about both Paul Manafort

Inside a Rohingya Refugee Camp

Our correspondent reports from a sprawling makeshift city that houses hundreds of thousands of Rohingya people, driven from their homes by Myanmar's military.
National Anthem Protests by Black Athletes Have a Long History

National Anthem Protests by Black Athletes Have a Long History

Colin Kaepernick, center, with his San Francisco 49ers teammates Eli Harold, left, and Eric Reid, kneeling during the national anthem before a game last year.
National Anthem Protests by Black Athletes Have a Long History

National Anthem Protests by Black Athletes Have a Long History

Colin Kaepernick, center, with his San Francisco 49ers teammates Eli Harold, left, and Eric Reid, kneeling during the national anthem before a game last year.

Satya Nadella on Women in Tech, A.I. and E-Sports

During an interview with The New York Times at a TimesTalks event, Microsoft C.E.O. Satya Nadella said that woman in the technology industry have “a lot of distance” to make up.
Here’s how many times Trump has promised something would happen ‘soon’

Here’s how many times Trump has promised something would happen ‘soon’

The numbers don't lie. The post Here’s how many times Trump has promised something would happen ‘soon’ appeared first on The Daily Dot.
Tech We’re Using: How Technology Has Changed News Photography Over 40 Years

Tech We’re Using: How Technology Has Changed News Photography Over 40 Years

The New York Times staff photographer Jim Wilson with his Canon 1D Mark II camera with wireless transmitter WFT-E8A taped to the side at a protest in Berkeley, Calif., on Monday.
Tech We’re Using: How Technology Has Changed News Photography Over 40 Years

Tech We’re Using: How Technology Has Changed News Photography Over 40 Years

The New York Times staff photographer Jim Wilson with his Canon 1D Mark II camera with wireless transmitter WFT-E8A taped to the side at a protest in Berkeley, Calif., on Monday.

Bulletin Board: Why No Comments? It’s a Matter of Resources

Times readers questioned our decision not to allow comments on a recent article. Our community editor explains our policy.
Data Sheet—How Google Could Really Help Journalism

Data Sheet—How Google Could Really Help Journalism

Data Sheet—Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Data Sheet—How Google Could Really Help Journalism

Data Sheet—How Google Could Really Help Journalism

Data Sheet—Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Google Could Do More To Help Journalism

Google Could Do More To Help Journalism

End of one free article policy is a good first step.
Google Could Do More To Help Journalism

Google Could Do More To Help Journalism

End of one free article policy is a good first step.

Sexual Assault on Campus and the Lessons of a Botched Book Review

Jia Tolentino writes about the book review of ”Blurred Lines” in the New York Times that caused an uproar.