Dustin Johnson’s Brother: Buddy, Goad and Caddie Austin Johnson was offered his brother’s bag on a lark in 2013, but it has been a winning partnership ever since. In ‘Fear,’ Bob Woodward Pulls Back the Curtain on President Trump’s ‘Crazytown’ Woodward’s latest look inside a White House offers details of an administration in chaos.
Your Thursday News Briefing: Brexit, Brett Kavanaugh, Kosovo Here’s what you need to know to start your day. Four Decades After Martha Moxley’s Murder, Her Mother Says ‘It’s Enough’ A Connecticut Supreme Court ruling that vacated Michael Skakel’s conviction in the 1975 killing was the latest twist in a case that has been “like a […]
In Defending Trump, Is Giuliani a Shrewd Tactician or ‘Untethered’? Rudolph Giuliani, President Trump’s lawyer, offered the first detailed look at his strategy for representing the president, in blunt and divisively political terms. Trump Signals Consequences for Michael Cohen Over Secret Recording With a tweet, President Trump signaled open warfare on his longtime fixer, who […]
Word + Quiz: superfluous This word has appeared in 72 articles on nytimes.com in the past year. Trickle-Down Trumpsters and the Debasement of Language Constant repetition of the lie makes truth meaningless. Say a falsehood over and over and it takes on the shape of reality.
Top Amateur Picks College Over L.P.G.A. Qualifying School Hannah O’Sullivan, the world’s No. 2 female amateur, has decided to attend Duke instead of pursuing professional golf full time. When Trump Phones Friends, the Chinese and the Russians Listen and Learn President Trump has been repeatedly told by aides that his cellphone calls are not secure […]
Shutdown, Australian Open, John Bogle: Your Thursday Briefing Here’s what you need to know. Teaching and Learning About ‘Harry Potter’ With The New York Times A collection of lesson plans, archival articles, multimedia and more to celebrate the series’s 20th anniversary.
N.Y. Today: L Train Shutdown Apocalypse? Never Mind The governor saves the day, but not everyone is happy. Also: what the change in plans means for commuters. And Pizza Rat fans, meet Egg Roll Squirrel. How a Golf Course Is Reshaping a New Orleans Neighborhood The newly opened South Course at Bayou Oaks and Columbia […]
France’s Golf Dreams Take Form With 2018 Ryder Cup France beat out other European bidders to win the coveted games. But the country has not embraced golf as warmly as its enthusiasts still hope. The Early Days of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe This week in El Espace: black beauty bloggers, wellness tips “for the culture” […]
‘Deciding How to Decide’: Even the Rich Need Advice on Budgeting The issue is not that they will run out of money. Rather, it’s figuring out their spending — and saving — priorities. Too Old to Be a Freshman in Congress? Donna Shalala Doesn’t Care The freshman class of representatives is historically young and diverse. […]
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