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en-us Copyright 2018 The New York Times Company Sun, 18 Nov 2018 12:14:28 GMT NYT > Home Page https://static01.nyt.com/images/misc/NYT_logo_rss_250x40.png http://www.nytimes.com/pages/index.html?partner=rss&emc=rss Hazing, Humiliation, Terror: Working While Female in Federal Prison https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/17/us/prison-sexual-harassment-women.html?partner=rss&emc=rss https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/17/us/prison-sexual-harassment-women.html Inmates expose themselves and threaten rape. Male guards let them do it. Women who complain are ‘pretty much blackballed.’


Hazing, Humiliation, Terror: Working While Female in Federal Prison

Inmates expose themselves and threaten rape. Male guards let them do it. Women who complain are ‘pretty much blackballed.’

(17/11/2018 @ 06:00)

America’s Election Grid Remains a Patchwork of Vulnerabilities

The midterms showed that there aren’t enough qualified poll workers and that accusations of political manipulation persist. Still, the situation has improved since Bush v. Gore.

(17/11/2018 @ 19:25)

Ron DeSantis Seeks Softer Tone From Trump

Ron DeSantis has taken a quiet, nonconfrontational approach during the fractious recount that preceded his victory as governor.

(18/11/2018 @ 01:08)

A Democratic Rout in Orange County: Cisneros’s Win Makes It Four

With the election of Gil Cisneros to the seat held by the retiring Representative Ed Royce, Democrats have captured six Republican seats in California.

(17/11/2018 @ 23:00)

In California, One Community Reflects on a Fire as Others Still Burn

So it is in California that as one town is only starting to comprehend its losses, another community is commemorating their last big wildfire.

(17/11/2018 @ 22:42)

Masks, Purifiers and Other Steps to Reduce the Harmful Effects of California’s Smoke

Here are some ways to stay healthy amid the smoke and smog from California’s wildfires.

(17/11/2018 @ 21:07)

The Rise and Fall of Turkey Brining

After two decades of flying high, the wet-brined bird has lost altitude with many of the food-media influencers who sent it soaring.

(12/11/2018 @ 18:52)

Video: How to Carve a Turkey

A butcher demonstrates how to carve a turkey.

(28/11/2013 @ 02:17)

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads

Facebook’s crisis map. Viola Davis and Steve McQueen on authenticity in art. To brine or not to brine your turkey? Stan Lee is dead. And more.

(17/11/2018 @ 06:00)

The Week in Good News: A ‘Time Capsule for Organisms,’ Thanksgiving for Refugees, Neediest Cases

Sometimes it seems as if we’re living under a constant barrage of heavy news. But it isn’t all bad out there.

(15/11/2018 @ 12:33)

California, Facebook, Thanksgiving: Your Weekend Briefing

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

(18/11/2018 @ 07:54)

America Is Blaming Pregnant Women for Their Own Deaths

What is it like to face dying during childbirth in the richest country in the world in the 21st century?

(16/11/2018 @ 18:10)

Matthew Whitaker and the Corruption of Justice

The real question isn’t whether the acting attorney general’s appointment is lawful, but whether it is part of a broader attempt to subvert the rule of law.

(18/11/2018 @ 08:00)

Trump Is Beginning to Lose His Grip

It isn’t just white suburban women who switched to Democrats. Parts of rural and white working class America peeled off too.

(17/11/2018 @ 15:30)

Op-Ed Columnist: Too Rich to Jail

Did Donald Trump capitalize on Barack Obama’s failure to whack bankers?

(17/11/2018 @ 15:30)

E Tu Jim Mattis?

The defense secretary is the best of this administration. But even the best stumbles.

(17/11/2018 @ 15:30)

Democrats, Don’t Procrastinate on America’s Health

If lawmakers hope to build on the Affordable Care Act and fix its flaws, they have to get to work now.

(17/11/2018 @ 15:30)

The Dangerous Naïveté of Trump and Xi

The United States and China may be on a collision course yet their presidents each underestimate the pain the other could inflict.

(17/11/2018 @ 15:28)

Sheep Without Shepherds

For ordinary Catholics, the failures of their leaders have created a two-decade test of faith.

(17/11/2018 @ 15:30)

news analysis: These Americans Are Done With Politics

The Exhausted Majority needs a break.

(17/11/2018 @ 15:30)

Trump and Acosta: When Showboats Collide

The codependent love-hate relationship between Trump and the media.

(17/11/2018 @ 11:58)

Loose Ends: Safe Topics to Discuss This Holiday Season

Stick to the weather. What could possibly go wrong?

(17/11/2018 @ 15:30)

SURFACING: For Jewish Israelis of Yemenite Heritage, Reviving a Past

Prewedding henna ceremonies have regained popularity in Israel’s Jewish Yemenite community, an expression of ethnic pride in their heritage and traditions.

(17/11/2018 @ 19:38)

‘S.N.L.’ Takes Aim at the Midterm Elections and Jeff Bezos

The episode was hosted by Steve Carell, who appeared in a reunion of sorts with some of his former cast mates from “The Office.”

(18/11/2018 @ 03:36)

10 of the Best New N.Y.C. Restaurants (For Now)

These are the dinners and dining rooms our restaurant critic, Pete Wells, craves most — at least for the next few months.

(15/11/2018 @ 15:57)

Top White House Official Involved in Saudi Sanctions Resigns

The official, who had pushed for tough measures, resigned on Friday as the Trump administration wrestles with internal assessments about the killing of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

(17/11/2018 @ 21:05)

Midterms Aside, Big Donors See a Leftward Path to Beating Trump

Even though moderate Democrats helped propel the party in the midterm elections, influential donors suggested that their priority in 2020 would be to back progressive appeals in Sun Belt states.

(17/11/2018 @ 18:52)

Facebook Fallout Ruptures Democrats’ Longtime Alliance With Silicon Valley

Tech giants have found key allies among Democrats for years, a bond strengthened through mutual interests and campaign donations. But a year of scandals has forced a reckoning in Washington.

(17/11/2018 @ 17:52)

Hundreds of Thousands in France Protest Taxes by Blocking Roads

The country’s “Yellow Vest” movement demonstrated nationwide, blocking roads and roundabouts, to register anger about fuel taxes and the loss of purchasing power.

(17/11/2018 @ 19:34)

White Kansas Official’s ‘Master Race’ Comment Draws Calls for His Resignation

The Kansas official was addressing a black consultant when he used the phrase, prompting the governor to call for his resignation days later.

(17/11/2018 @ 20:20)

Are Jared and Ivanka Good for the Jews?

Jewish communities stand more divided than ever on whether to embrace or denounce Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump.

(17/11/2018 @ 11:49)

Hong Kong Dispatch: A Rural Patch of Hong Kong Where Rare Birds Sing and Developers Circle

A bucolic corner of Hong Kong attracts bird-watchers and bicyclists eager to escape the crowds. But the area is increasingly attractive to developers.

(17/11/2018 @ 06:00)

Mystery of Lost Argentine Submarine Ends a Year Later, Deep at Sea

The San Juan, which disappeared with 44 aboard, was found almost 2,600 feet below the ocean’s surface by a private company the government had hired.

(17/11/2018 @ 22:09)

Can New York City’s Mayor Be an Amazon Booster and Still Be Progressive?

Mayor de Blasio’s progressive allies have lashed out at the heavy subsidies for Amazon’s move to Queens.

(16/11/2018 @ 08:33)

Playlist: The Playlist: Mariah Carey Issues a Warning, and 12 More New Songs

Hear new tracks by Karen O and Danger Mouse, 2 Chainz, Sade and others.

(16/11/2018 @ 16:59)

How to Make the Most of Any Closet

Cluttered closets? These clever storage solutions (and, before that, a purge) will make them feel bigger and work better.

(16/11/2018 @ 00:31)

Editors’ Choice: 4 New Books We Recommend This Week

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

(15/11/2018 @ 16:51)

There’s a Stress Gap Between Men and Women. Here’s Why It’s Important.

Between domestic duties and emotional labor, research shows, women are more stressed than men are — but it doesn’t have to be that way. Here’s what the data says, and how to take care of yourself.

(14/11/2018 @ 18:00)

Vows: A Dating App, Not the Parents, Brought Them Together

“If my parents are going to set me up with someone who’s educated and stable and from a nice family, those are major boxes to check.”

(16/11/2018 @ 07:00)

Sunday Routine: How Rafael Espinal, Brooklyn Councilman and Public Advocate Candidate, Spends His Sundays

Mr. Espinal, who is running for public advocate, loves the nightlife. He also loves pizza, which he makes in his backyard.

(14/11/2018 @ 15:01)

Who Will Make the N.F.L. Playoffs? Here’s Your Guide

The Rams, Chiefs, Patriots, Steelers and Saints are all but guaranteed to be in the postseason. But what about the others?

(16/11/2018 @ 12:28)

Five Weeknight Dishes: What to Eat (Besides the Feast)

Sheet-pan chicken, roasted salmon, pesto pasta and a bonus applesauce cake from the cookbook author Julia Turshen.

(16/11/2018 @ 13:30)

Critic’s Pick: Sterling Ruby Pipes Down, a Bit

A small museum show that concentrates on the ceramic works of a multidiscipline dynamo comes as something of a relief.

(15/11/2018 @ 11:33)

At War: Are Killer Robots the Future of War? Parsing the Facts on Autonomous Weapons

Under what circumstances should militaries delegate the decision to take a human life to machines? It’s a moral leap that the international community is grappling with.

(15/11/2018 @ 06:00)

Trilobites: Hurricane Harvey Passed Over, but These Fish Kept Making Babies

Underwater audio recordings rescued from Hurricane Harvey showed that the urge to spawn was more powerful than a category 4 storm.

(15/11/2018 @ 12:42)

Adolescence: Why Teenagers Mix Drinking and Sex

Anxiety is often a factor. Parents can remind teenagers that their nervousness not only is normal, but also can serve as a warning to help keep them safe.

(14/11/2018 @ 13:20)

Phys Ed: Very Brief Workouts Count Toward 150-Minute Goal, New Guidelines Say

New federal exercise recommendations include the first-ever federal activity parameters for 3-year-olds, as well as a few surprising omissions.

(14/11/2018 @ 13:26)

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