Events for Children in NYC This Week Our guide to cultural events in New York City for families with children and teenagers. Henrietta Lacks, Whose Cells Led to a Medical Revolution Lacks, a former tobacco farmer, died of cancer at 31, but her endlessly renewable cancer cells have been at the core of advances in […]
Not a Masters Meltdown, but Jordan Spieth Struggles in Return Spieth shot even par after an uneven second nine on Thursday, and was nine strokes behind Jason Day’s lead at the Players Championship. Amateur Champion Brushes Off a Bad End at Masters After carding his second consecutive even-par 72, Bryson DeChambeau did not rue the […]
Las Vegas, Catalonia, Puerto Rico: Your Wednesday Briefing Here’s what you need to know to start your day. The Myth of Disability ‘Sob Stories’ The idea that we play up our impairments to gain unfair advantages is damaging in more ways than one.
Don’t Let Facebook Make You Miserable Raw Google search data proves that we are not who we say we are on social media. Letters to the Editor Readers respond to the Yankees’ problems at the ticket office, final World Series outs and the reshaping of a New Orleans neighborhood.
Restoring a Landmark for African-American Tennis Stars Althea Gibson, Arthur Ashe and others honed their skills on a court owned by Dr. Robert Walter Johnson in Lynchburg, Va. The U.S.T.A. is helping renovate it. Zoos Called It a ‘Rescue.’ But Are the Elephants Really Better Off? Despite mounting evidence that elephants find captivity torturous, some […]
Mets’ New Manager Hopes to Deliver, Using Hard Data and the Hard Truth Mickey Callaway is among the youngest of a new crop of baseball managers steeped in analytics but known for soothing egos and coaxing high performances. With Rigor and Mystique, Nebraska Builds a Bowling Dynasty Coach Bill Straub’s focus on fundamentals has helped […]
An Oil Giant Is Taking Big Steps. Saudi Arabia Can’t Afford for It to Slip. As the kingdom prepares for its next evolution, Saudi Aramco is central. But a planned public listing leaves the company, and the country, at risk. Come on Over to My Place, Sister Girlfriend, and We’ll Co-Work Quilt, a start-up in […]
Ivanka Trump, a Media Darling in Japan, Draws Light Turnout in Tokyo Sparse attendance at a speech by Ms. Trump at a women’s empowerment forum contrasted starkly with the breathless local news coverage of her visit. Students Lead Huge Rallies for Gun Control Across the U.S. The young people, as they seized the nation’s attention, […]
Schools Scramble to Handle Thousands of New Migrant Families A record-breaking wave of migrant families and unaccompanied children on the border is straining resources for school districts across the country. Reversing the Damage of a Stroke For one patient, a decade of recovery took determination, persistence and the courage to weather repeated setbacks.
How a New Tax Plan Could Affect Those With Student Debt Several big education-related changes that are being proposed could affect your tax bill. How to Leave the Trump White House With a Million Dollar Parachute The Washington-based literary agency Javelin has mastered the art of the Trump tell-all book — and come up with […]
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