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en-us Copyright 2017 The New York Times Company Sun, 19 Nov 2017 13:59:11 GMT NYT > Home Page Robert Mugabe, Roy Moore, Republican Party: Your Weekend Briefing Al Drago for The New York Times Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.

Robert Mugabe, Roy Moore, Republican Party: Your Weekend Briefing

Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.

(19/11/2017 @ 08:56)

The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: A Special Episode for Kids

Starting next year, girls can decide whether to become a Girl Scout or a Boy Scout. But a handful of girls — kind of secretly — have already made that decision.

(19/11/2017 @ 06:59)

Why a Firm Believer in Tax Cuts Could Derail the Senate Tax Cut Plan

Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, a small-business owner, says the measure would give an unfair advantage to larger corporations.

(18/11/2017 @ 15:28)

Will the House Tax Plan Help the Middle Class?

House Republicans have touted their tax plan as good for the middle class. The reality is more complicated.

(17/11/2017 @ 15:29)

Wealth Matters: Tax Cuts for Small-Business Owners? It’s Complicated

The House bill may seem like a tax cut for small businesses, but it is not likely to bring much relief to many business owners.

(17/11/2017 @ 23:32)

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads

From “The Lion King” to marathon Thanksgiving preparations, here’s a look at some of The Times’s best recent journalism.

(18/11/2017 @ 14:32)

Trump Wants More Big Infrastructure Projects. The Obstacles Can Be Big, Too.

The president is pushing for repairs to the nation’s crumbling infrastructure, and he has promised to streamline government approvals. It still might not be enough.

(18/11/2017 @ 15:05)

Republican Governors’ 2018 Dilemma: What to Do About Trump?

Republican governors gathered in Austin amid grave misgivings over the impact that President Trump will have on the party’s control over statehouses.

(18/11/2017 @ 10:09)

For Roy Moore, a Long History of Combat and Controversy

The current furor surrounding the Senate candidate has played out like a concentrated version of his battle-filled career.

(18/11/2017 @ 13:18)

Trump Stirs Sexual Misconduct Debate

By criticizing Senator Al Franken for inappropriate behavior, President Trump has reignited the debate around his own alleged misconduct.

(18/11/2017 @ 18:20)

The New Washington: ‘The New Washington’: Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

Ms. Gillibrand spoke with Jennifer Steinhauer about her legislation to reform policies on sexual harassment on Capitol Hill, power dynamics, President Bill Clinton and more.

(19/11/2017 @ 00:53)

Malcolm Young, Whose Guitar Riffs Helped Propel AC/DC to Fame, Dies at 64

Mr. Young, who was a founder of the band, was known for his raucous energy. A family statement said he had had dementia for several years.

(18/11/2017 @ 16:58)

Azzedine Alaïa, Fashion’s Most Independent Designer, Is Dead at 82

Mr. Alaïa insisted on his freedom and worked, argued and cooked on his own schedule.

(18/11/2017 @ 17:58)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: How First-Generation College Students Do Thanksgiving Break

My classmates practically booked their flights home during the first week of class. I’d never even heard of green bean casserole.

(18/11/2017 @ 15:30)

Opinion: Our Love Affair With Digital Is Over

But real books, records and brick and mortar stores will take us back with open arms.

(18/11/2017 @ 15:30)

News Analysis: When the Right Pushes Fake Jews

“Bernie Bernstein” makes a robocall in deep-red Alabama.

(18/11/2017 @ 15:30)

Opinion: Why Can’t We Protect Elephants?

They need our help, not an easier way to make their carcasses into trophies.

(18/11/2017 @ 15:30)

Op-Ed Columnist: Blue States Practice the Family Values Red States Preach

Conservatives stray from many moral codes while liberals follow them, research shows.

(18/11/2017 @ 15:15)

Op-Ed Columnist: The Hillary Effect

Until now, our sexual predation seminars have been hijacked by politics. But this time may be different.

(18/11/2017 @ 15:30)

Editorial: The Trump Administration Is Making War on Diplomacy

Rex Tillerson, ill suited as secretary of state, is dismantling his department to fit his limited ambitions.

(18/11/2017 @ 15:30)

Op-Ed Columnist: The G.O.P. Is Fooling Itself on Taxes

There is no easy fix for Republican leaders now, whether their bill passes or fails.

(18/11/2017 @ 15:30)

Opinion: Anthony Doerr: We Were Warned

25 years ago scientists raised the threat of climate change. Did I act immediately and decisively? Um, I did not.

(18/11/2017 @ 15:30)

Robert Mugabe Is Ousted From His Ruling Party in Zimbabwe

Party leaders gave the embattled president until noon Monday to resign or face impeachment in Parliament.

(19/11/2017 @ 09:56)

In Rio de Janeiro, ‘Complete Vulnerability’ as Violence Surges

After a respite that began before the Olympics, Brazil’s showcase city is reeling as ever more neighborhoods fall under the control of drug gangs.

(19/11/2017 @ 00:56)

Signals Detected From Missing Argentine Submarine as Foreign Navies Join Search

Argentina’s Defense Ministry said Saturday night it had detected seven communication attempts from an Argentine Navy submarine with 44 crew members aboard, raising hopes of a rescue.

(19/11/2017 @ 00:34)

For Now, Trump to Keep Ban on Importing Elephant Trophies

The president reversed his own administration’s decision in an evening tweet, prohibiting trophies of killed elephants from being brought into the country.

(17/11/2017 @ 23:38)

Gerry Adams, Irish Republican Leader, to Step Down From Sinn Fein

After more than 30 years leading the nationalist party, the divisive politician says he will pass the baton next year.

(18/11/2017 @ 23:33)

When Unpaid Student Loan Bills Mean You Can No Longer Work

Twenty states suspend people’s professional or driver’s licenses if they fall behind on loan payments, according to records obtained by The New York Times.

(18/11/2017 @ 13:43)

Why People in Mississippi Have to Watch the Giants

The process of determining which N.F.L. games will be shown in which TV markets can be simple — unless there’s flexing, cross flexing, prime flexing, mandatory pullouts...

(19/11/2017 @ 03:52)

Preparing for Doomsday in a $1.5 Million Bunker Condo

Take a step into an old missile silo that has been converted into expensive bunkers for wealthy survivalists.

(19/11/2017 @ 06:00)

Slavery Ensnares Thousands in U.K. Here’s One Teenage Girl’s Story.

Across Britain, vulnerable adults and children — both citizens and migrants — have become victims of modern slavery. A teenager trapped by a drug gang tells what happened to her.

(18/11/2017 @ 05:07)

Marked for ‘De-escalation,’ Syrian Towns Endure Surge of Attacks

An accord that tried to curb attacks in rebel-held areas has been touted as a crucial step in ending the long civil war. But increasingly, that deal is failing.

(19/11/2017 @ 00:44)

Vows: ‘Two Weird Stories’ Meet on

She was a divorced single parent of an adopted child. So was he. The two found each other through an online dating site.

(17/11/2017 @ 07:00)

Times Insider: For the 52 Places Job, 9,000 Applicants (and an Avalanche of Unicorns)

When our travel editor, Monica Drake, said she wanted the new writer-at-large to be someone who had it all, the internet responded.

(19/11/2017 @ 03:24)

Could You Be Allergic to Additives in Food or Drugs?

Natural coloring agents made from plants or insects are more likely to trigger a reaction.

(15/11/2017 @ 05:42)

Playlist: The Playlist: Demi Lovato Seeks Her ‘Despacito’ and 9 More New Songs

Hear the tracks that caught our critics' attention this week, from two Spanish-English team-ups to a surprise from Jaden Smith.

(17/11/2017 @ 15:29)

This Life: App Time for Nap Time: The Parennials Are Here

The much-examined generation born between 1980 and 2000 are now having children of their own, and parenting very differently from their forebears.

(06/11/2017 @ 12:30)

With...Anne Wojcicki: The Doyenne of DNA Says: Just Chillax With Your Ex

“If we’re going to live to 150 years, the reality that you’re going to be with one person for 100 years is low,” Anne Wojcicki says.

(18/11/2017 @ 07:00)

‘Saturday Night Live’ Takes Aim at Al Franken, an ‘S.N.L.’ Alumnus

“S.N.L.,” where Senator Al Franken became famous as a comedy writer and performer, used its “Weekend Update” segment to criticize him over recent allegations of sexual misconduct.

(19/11/2017 @ 05:42)

A Word With: Alia Shawkat on Growing Up and Gaining Control

Ms. Shawkat talks about her three series — “Search Party,” “Transparent” and “Arrested Development” — as well as why sexual harassment in Hollywood feels like her personal war.

(17/11/2017 @ 11:00)

Frugal Traveler: A Trip Through the Stunning, Rock-Hewed Churches of Ethiopia

Ethiopia is one of the more exciting places to visit in the world right now: An attractive mix of ancient tradition and rapid modernization.

(18/11/2017 @ 07:00)

Big Sonia: I’m Still Here

A filmmaker documents her grandmother’s journey as a Holocaust survivor.

(18/11/2017 @ 07:00)

Six Years After Fukushima, Robots Finally Find Reactors’ Melted Uranium Fuel

The Japanese government and companies used radiation-hardened machines to search for the fuel that escaped the plant’s ruined reactors.

(19/11/2017 @ 08:02)

As Mexico Builds Green Airport of the Future, Age-Old Mistakes Loom

An enormous new airport outside Mexico’s capital will be a “global reference” for sustainability, the government vows. Others worry environmental errors of the past are being repeated.

(18/11/2017 @ 16:47)

Retailers Experiment With a New Philosophy: Smaller Is Better

Department stores and other retailers struggling to beat back e-commerce are taking cues from online start-ups by experimenting with small showrooms.

(17/11/2017 @ 20:32)

Trilobites: How Snapdragons Beckon Bees With More Than One Color

Subspecies of the flowers share most of their genes, but differ in a handful that lead to some being yellow on magenta and others being magenta on yellow.

(17/11/2017 @ 13:58)

Modern Love: Your 13-Word Love Stories

We asked readers to share succinct summaries of their personal lives. Here are some of our favorites.

(10/11/2017 @ 17:48)

A Photo of Billy the Kid Bought for $10 at a Flea Market May Be Worth Millions

Experts say it’s a rare, valuable tintype of the famous outlaw, with Pat Garrett, the man who later killed him.

(16/11/2017 @ 13:39)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Why Men Aren’t Funny

The post-Louis C.K. reckoning is actually the best thing to happen to comedy in a long time.

(16/11/2017 @ 18:09)

Tech Fix: A New Phone Comes Out. Yours Slows Down. A Conspiracy? No.

Your smartphone is not deliberately losing speed just because your phone maker has a new gadget for sale. For devices that do slow down, here are some fixes.

(16/11/2017 @ 12:37)

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