The SNAP Rule Will Cause More Hunger Than We Can Handle I run a food bank and I know no amount of charity will make up for this cruel policy.
In Bill Barr, Trump Has a Roy Cohn Upgrade The attorney general has acted more like a henchman than the leader of an agency charged with exercising independent judgment.
New Yorkers Really Want the Knicks to be Good. Too Bad. In this week’s newsletter, Marc Stein gets to the heart of what ails the Knicks and discusses Giannis, Kevin Durant and Zion Williamson.
A Museum Devoted to Geological Treasures Opens in Maine A world-class meteorite collection is among the highlights of the new Maine Mineral & Gem Museum.
Clinton Portis, Other Ex-N.F.L. Players, Accused of Defrauding Health Program Prosecutors said the players were paid $3.4 million in phony claims for things like medical equipment that was never purchased. Portis played seven...
The Astros Investigation Is Making the Off-Season Awkward for Everyone As executives and managers gathered for baseball’s winter meetings this week, the sprawling inquiry into allegations of electronic sign stealing has led to ...
Elizabeth Warren to Draw Sharp Contrasts With Rivals in New Hampshire Speech Ms. Warren, who has ramped up her criticism of her presidential opponents after months of avoiding conflict, will issue another rebuke Thursday in a...
Camila Cabello and Harry Styles, Teen-Pop Alumni, Think Bigger Both emerged from groups created on “The X Factor.” And both are releasing their second solo albums, showing listeners they have the ambition to go their own way.
The Case of a Man With Two Sets of DNA Raises More Questions A crime lab studied a patient’s response to a bone marrow transplant. Readers requested more information about the perplexing findings.
A Bitter Election Dispute Sends Afghanistan Back to the Brink Abdullah Abdullah, a three-time contender for the presidency, is again at the center of an electoral crisis. This time, he insists he won’t compromise.
In a Turnabout, Kentucky to Give Voting Rights to 100,000 Former Felons The state’s new Democratic governor has said he will restore rights to many former felons, easing one of the nation’s strictest policies. Iowa would be...
Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan This week’s properties are in East Harlem, on the Upper East Side, and in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey This week’s properties include a five-bedroom in Bridgewater, N.J., and a three-bedroom in Pelham, N.Y.
The T List: What to Try, Read and Know About This Week Glittery eyes, a classic Nan Goldin book and more ideas from the editors of T Magazine.
Protests Grow in India Over Religion-Based Citizenship Bill Demonstrators defied troops and a curfew after the bill, which would make it easier for some non-Muslim migrants to become citizens, was approved in Parliament.
Impeachment Updates: Judiciary Committee to Debate Articles Against Trump The panel will consider any amendments to the two charges before voting to send them to the full House.
Can Boris Johnson Lie His Way Back Into Office? Britons face a miserable set of choices.
The Big IVF Add-On Racket This is no way to treat patients desperate for a baby.
The Fate of Boris and Brexit Britain’s prime minister has hitched his re-election campaign to a promise to “get Brexit done.” But he’s selling bankers and blue-collar workers two very different visions for the country.
Out: M.P.G. In: Kilowatt-Hours. Classic Cars Get an Electric Jolt. A California company has developed a “crate motor” to relatively simply (but not so cheaply) convert gasoline cars to modern electric engines.
López Obrador Is Cruising, Mexico Is Not Crime, economic stagnation and erratic government decisions signal a long and bumpy ride for his presidency — and his country.
Live Updates: U.K. Votes in General Election Britain’s voters head to the polls to choose their next government on Thursday in a deeply divided moment for the country that has left the outcome unpredictable.
After Russia Doping Ban, a South African Speaks Up for the Innocent Penny Heyns, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, said she had opposed a blanket ban on Russian athletes.
Your Thursday Briefing Impeachment, Harvey Weinstein, U.K. Election: Here's what you need to know.