Can We Talk About Biden’s Age?
And should we fear “cancel culture”?
The Trump Doctrine, Revealed
The president combines the rhetorical impulses of Bob Dornan with the strategic instincts of Dennis Kucinich.
Your Kids Could Save Our Warming World
Yes, you should have children. And you should raise them to use their talents for the planet’s good.
The End of Saudi Arabia’s Illusion
Time to face reality: The United States doesn’t want to go to war with Iran to protect its Arab allies.
Keeping Harvey Weinstein’s Secrets, Part 2: Gloria Allred
New reporting by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey sheds light on the role of the renowned women’s rights lawyer in the system that protected Mr. Weinstein.
Justin Trudeau, Donald Trump, San Francisco: Your Thursday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know.
American Airlines Mechanic Accused of Plane Sabotage May Have Ties to Terrorists, U.S. Says
A judge denied bail to the employee, who the authorities said told federal agents he had tampered with the plane because he was upset about an impasse over a union contract.
She Says She Was Epstein’s ‘Victim-1.’ Now She’s Suing His Estate.
The woman said her life was permanently scarred by the sexual abuse that started when she was 14.
The Socialist Plan to Radicalize Big Labor
Allegations of spying, subterfuge and“red-baiting” as the left battles over institutions at the heart of the Democratic Party.
36 Hours in Albuquerque
In this New Mexico city, fall is a colorful affair, with the yearly Balloon Fiesta, flamenco, Pueblo culture and forest hikes.
What Does Alternative Rock Radio Sound Like in the Age of Spotify?
At ALT 92.3 FM, where they don’t say “rock,” it’s a mix of millennial oldies and newer, pop-leaning and electronic folk from bands like Bastille and Smith & Thell.
The M.T.A. Has a $54 Billion Plan for the Subway. Now What?
Thursday: The agency confronts a very big challenge: coming up with the money from the city, the state and the federal government.
Trump Says ‘It’s Crazy’ to Spend $13 Million Per Inmate at Guantánamo
The president said he would look for alternatives to the costly prison in Cuba that holds 40 terrorism suspects, but stopped short of saying he might close it.
Former Executives Acquitted Over Fukushima Nuclear Disaster in Japan
Three former leaders of Tokyo Electric Power Company had been charged with criminal negligence over their roles in the meltdown at the plant in 2011.
San Francisco to Get Environmental Violation for Homelessness, Trump Says
President Trump said that San Francisco was in “total violation” of environmental rules because needles used by homeless people were ending up in the ocean.
Microsoft’s President on Silicon Valley in the Cross Hairs
“Until you acknowledge the problems, you can’t solve them,” Brad Smith said. “And nobody is going to believe you’re trying.”
Pennsylvania State Senator Resigns After Arrest on Child Pornography Charges
The authorities said they found pornographic images on Senator Michael Folmer’s phone.
TV Networks Take Down Juul and Other E-Cigarette Ads
Teenage vaping keeps climbing, suggesting that campaigns to curb e-cigarette use among minors were not working.
Visiting Wall, Trump Points to Barrier to Burnish His Campaign
President Trump’s photo op at the border was his only public appearance during two days in California, a state that has been a hotbed of opposition to his presidency and policies.
A Trickle of Bodies at Ed Buck’s West Hollywood Home, Suspicion and an Arrest
Mr. Buck finally faced consequences this week as prosecutors charged him with operating a drug house and accused him of being a predator who targeted vulnerable men.
A Filmmaker Explored Japan’s Wartime Enslavement of Women. Now He’s Being Sued.
A documentary concludes that conservatives who deny the sexual enslavement of “comfort women” are “revisionists.” Conservatives interviewed in the film say they were defamed.
Robert O’Brien ‘Looks the Part,’ but Has Spent Little Time Playing It
Mr. O’Brien, President Trump’s new national security adviser, is said to bring milder views and a sunnier personality to the job than John R. Bolton.
2001 Photo of Trudeau in Brownface Makeup Roils Canada Election
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s campaign was thrown into turmoil when a photograph surfaced of him in brownface makeup at a 2001 private school party.
Let the Lewandowski Circus Change Congressional Hearings Forever
Because the status quo is just terrible.
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