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Health Bill Appears Dead as Pivotal G.O.P. Senator Declares Opposition
Senator Susan Collins of Maine announced her opposition to the latest bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act, leaving party leaders short of the votes they need.
09/25/2017 10:41 PM
North Korea Says It Has the Right to Shoot Down U.S. Warplanes
The country’s foreign minister also said the North considered President Trump’s threatening comments about the country and its leadership “a declaration of war.”
09/25/2017 11:48 PM
News Analysis: Is Trump All Talk on North Korea? The Uncertainty Sends a Shiver
The president’s willingness to casually threaten to annihilate a nuclear-armed foe was yet another reminder of the steep risks inherent in his brute-force approach to diplomacy.
09/25/2017 12:33 AM
North Korea, N.F.L., Puerto Rico: Your Monday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
09/25/2017 10:31 PM
California Today: California Today: Bay Area Athletes Clash With Trump
Monday: Bay Area athletes take on President Trump, generous pensions at the University of California, and a new state symbol: a duck-billed dinosaur.
09/25/2017 12:43 PM
Asia and Australia Edition: North Korea, Japan, Myanmar: Your Tuesday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
09/25/2017 10:04 PM
Supreme Court Cancels Hearing on Previous Trump Travel Ban
But questions remain about how the new travel ban will be implemented, who will be affected, how the countries were picked and whether it will prevent terror attacks.
09/25/2017 11:52 PM
Around the World and the U.S., New Travel Ban Draws Anger, Applause and Shrugs
Foreign leaders and immigrant groups here reacted strongly to new restrictions being imposed by President Trump.
09/25/2017 11:32 PM
Germany’s Far Right Complicates Life for Merkel — and the E.U.
Political fragmentation and populism in Germany will make it harder for Angela Merkel to pair with President Emmanuel Macron of France to revitalize Europe.
09/25/2017 08:38 PM
Alternative for Germany: Who Are They, and What Do They Want?
The party that placed third in Sunday’s German elections is a young right-wing movement with divided leadership and a nationalist message.
09/25/2017 03:58 PM
Angela Merkel Makes History in German Vote, but So Does Far Right
Ms. Merkel becomes only the third postwar chancellor to win four national elections, but her victory is diminished by the showing of Alternative for Germany.
09/25/2017 06:31 AM
Syrian War Drags On, but Assad’s Future Looks as Secure as Ever
Bashar al-Assad has not declared victory but no one is left who could oust him, and regional powers increasingly operate as though he is here to stay.
09/25/2017 11:53 PM
As Kurds Celebrate Independence Vote, Neighbors Threaten Military Action
The vote, a milestone in Kurdish aspirations for their own state, was opposed by Iraq, Turkey and Iran, which held military exercises on the border.
09/25/2017 11:01 PM
Anthony Weiner Gets 21 Months in Prison for Sexting With Teenager
The sentencing may finally signal an end to the long and tortuous downfall of the former New York congressman.
09/25/2017 11:09 PM
Your Daily Mini Crossword
Solve a bite-size crossword in just a few minutes.
03/14/2017 10:01 PM
Hurricanes, Earthquakes and Wildfires: Is All This Normal?
A climate reporter for The Times explains what you should know about recent disasters that have struck in quick succession.
09/25/2017 08:30 PM
Steelers’ Villanueva Takes a Stand, but Might Agree With Kaepernick’s Mission
The 6-8, 320-pound lineman, a former Army Ranger, was the only member of the Steelers to stand outside the tunnel on Sunday during the national anthem.
09/25/2017 10:04 PM
Right and Left React to the N.F.L. Protests and Trump Statements
Read about how the other side thinks about President Trump’s statements on free speech, the national anthem, the flag as well as responses from football players and owners.
09/25/2017 09:51 PM
Sports of The Times: Was It a One-Day Revolt in the N.F.L., or Something More?
This movement could force real change, unless the owners and players get back to business as usual.
09/25/2017 11:41 PM
Puerto Rico’s Agriculture and Farmers Decimated by Maria
Hurricane Maria’s barrage took out entire plantations and destroyed crops and livestock across the island. The storm knocked out about 80 percent of its crops.
09/25/2017 12:57 AM
Nothing Is Too Strange for Cities Wooing Amazon to Build There
Officials and business leaders across North America are going to extreme lengths to court Amazon to put its second headquarters in their city.
09/25/2017 09:09 PM
In a Lost Essay, a Glimpse of an Elusive Poet and Slave
A previously unknown manuscript by George Moses Horton, a poet and slave, opens a window onto eerily familiar debates about race, power and free speech on campus.
09/25/2017 05:27 PM
Keeping Indian Folk Painting Alive
An award-winning Madhubani painter explains the historic art form and how she plans to help keep it alive.
09/25/2017 09:00 AM
Poland’s President Offers New Path to End Court Crisis
When he vetoed laws to alter Poland’s courts, President Andrzej Duda promised his own plan. On Monday, he unveiled it. Nearly everyone found fault.
09/25/2017 09:33 PM
American Oil Worker Is Kidnapped in Yemen
No one has claimed responsibility for the kidnapping. The American had lived in Yemen for years, married a Yemeni woman and worked for a local oil company.
09/25/2017 10:04 PM
China Blocks WhatsApp, Broadening Online Censorship
With a crucial Communist Party meeting just weeks away, Beijing is further tightening its already formidable internet controls.
09/25/2017 06:59 PM
Shinzo Abe of Japan Calls Early Election, as a Rival Party Forms
The prime minister’s announcement comes as his approval ratings have been rising during the North Korea crisis and the economy has been growing.
09/25/2017 10:23 AM
Violent Crime in U.S. Rises for Second Consecutive Year
Experts were divided over why violence rose in consecutive years for the first time since 2006.
09/25/2017 04:30 AM
After Mexico Earthquake, Tremors of Anxiety
Even as Mexico City begins to recover and normal rhythms return to its streets, the psychic damage lingers.
09/25/2017 06:50 AM
68 Things You Cannot Say on China’s Internet
China’s censorship system is expanding forbidden topics far beyond politics, in line with President Xi Jinping’s prim, paternalistic vision for the “China dream.”
09/24/2017 11:33 PM
Rookie Claims a Title, but Justin Thomas Clinches the FedEx Cup
Xander Schauffele closed with a 66 on Sunday to win the Tour Championship at East Lake, but Thomas did enough for a victory in the season-long competition.
09/25/2017 12:50 AM
Former Hostage Held by Al Qaeda Describes 6-Year Ordeal in the Sahara
Johan Gustafsson, a Swede kidnapped at gunpoint in Timbuktu, Mali, by Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb in 2011 and recently freed, tells of his captivity and his conversion to Islam.
09/25/2017 02:36 PM
Nigel Farage to Campaign for Roy Moore in Alabama Senate Race
Mr. Farage, a right-wing British politician, is defying President Trump by endorsing Mr. Moore in a pivotal Republican Senate runoff.
09/25/2017 01:29 AM
Yellen and Cohn Said to Be on Shortlist to Lead Federal Reserve
Less than five months before Janet Yellen’s term as Fed chairwoman expires, she’s being considered for a second term. But so are several others.
09/23/2017 04:36 PM
Mediator: Colbert, Kimmel and the Politics of Late Night
Once a refuge from the worries of the workday, late night TV shows and other avenues of entertainment, like sports, are forcing Americans to take sides.
09/25/2017 01:59 AM
Books of The Times: Stephen King and Son Team Up for a Novel About Women Whose Sleep Should Not Be Disturbed
In “Sleeping Beauties,” by Stephen King and his son Owen, women who fall asleep don’t wake up, and grow tendrils that are best left alone.
09/25/2017 06:16 PM
It’s Canned Tomato Season. Here’s What You Need to Know.
For everyday cooking, canned often outperform fresh. Julia Moskin tastes and investigates 10 top brands.
09/25/2017 06:15 PM