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en-us Copyright 2018 The New York Times Company Thu, 20 Sep 2018 21:06:22 GMT NYT > Home Page Asia and Australia Edition: Your Friday News Briefing: Russia, India, Pandas Illustration by Matthieu Bourel Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

Asia and Australia Edition: Your Friday News Briefing: Russia, India, Pandas

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

(20/09/2018 @ 16:45)

Kavanaugh Accuser Opens Negotiations on Testimony Next Week

Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her as a teenager, has reopened discussions that could lead to testifying next week.

(20/09/2018 @ 16:44)

Evangelical Leaders Are Frustrated at G.O.P. Caution on Kavanaugh Allegation

They say religious conservatives may feel little motivation to vote in the November elections unless Senate Republicans defend and confirm Judge Kavanaugh.

(20/09/2018 @ 16:52)

For Christine Blasey Ford, a Drastic Turn From a Quiet Life in Academia

Dr. Blasey, a researcher and statistician, was reluctant to come forward with her allegation that Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, sexually assaulted her.

(19/09/2018 @ 22:14)

Creativity From the Chaos of Hurricane Maria

One year later, artists in Puerto Rico and those attached to the island talk about how the devastation and its aftermath influenced their work.

(20/09/2018 @ 13:57)

Lens: He Photographed What Hurricane Maria ‘Couldn’t Take Away’ From His Family

Jose Alvarado Jr. set out to capture quiet moments that are rooted in his family’s experiences yet speak to those of countless others.

(19/09/2018 @ 04:00)

They Were Seeking Mental Health Care. Instead They Drowned in a Sheriff’s Van.

After two women voluntarily went to hospitals seeking care, they were committed and transported in a sheriff’s van that drove onto a flooded road.

(19/09/2018 @ 19:50)

Submerged by Florence, North Carolina’s Rural Towns Fight for Attention

Out of sight of the national spotlight on the devastation of Hurricane Florence, many small towns worry about being washed away unnoticed.

(20/09/2018 @ 16:05)

News Analysis: Humans Are Making Hurricanes Worse. Here’s How.

We’re making natural disasters unnaturally harmful, scientists say. And the number of ways we’re doing it is fairly astonishing.

(19/09/2018 @ 14:58)

Sloan Kettering’s Cozy Deal With Start-Up Ignites a New Uproar

A for-profit venture with exclusive rights to use the center’s vast archive of tissue slides has generated concerns at the nonprofit cancer center.

(20/09/2018 @ 16:57)

China’s Sea Control Is a Done Deal, ‘Short of War With the U.S.’

A U.S. military flight over the South China Sea brings harsh Chinese challenges in officially international space. Officers say a new era of risk is here.

(20/09/2018 @ 14:35)

How Strong Does the Evidence Against Kavanaugh Need to Be?

Even if it wouldn’t support a criminal conviction or civil liability, a merely credible allegation is enough to disqualify him.

(20/09/2018 @ 16:44)

The Case for Impeaching Kavanaugh

If the Democrats win the House this fall, they can investigate the charges against him, should he be confirmed.

(20/09/2018 @ 14:56)

Let Teenagers Sleep In

Adults need to stop making it so hard for high school students to get a good night’s rest.

(20/09/2018 @ 15:23)

How Israel Undermined Washington and Stalled the Dream of Palestinian Statehood

The Camp David Accords were signed 40 years ago. Newly declassified documents show how Israel got its way.

(20/09/2018 @ 15:00)

The Liberalism of the Religious Right

Conservatives who attend church have more moderate views than secular conservatives on issues like race, immigration and identity.

(20/09/2018 @ 12:15)

How Democrats Should Talk to People in Farm Country

Like Barack Obama, Deidre DeJear, an African-American small-business owner and candidate for Iowa secretary of state, stresses opportunity, voting rights and unity.

(20/09/2018 @ 11:54)

Can the Democrats Rise Above?

There is a lot of pressure on their coalition coming from within.

(20/09/2018 @ 11:14)

Everyone Deserves Better Than This Senate Spectacle

Forget the political finger pointing. Christine Blasey Ford’s accusation against Brett Kavanaugh needs to be seriously investigated.

(20/09/2018 @ 11:05)

Learning to Survive Without WeChat

In China, users of the social media platform must choose between convenience and freedom of speech.

(20/09/2018 @ 10:57)

Why Sexual Assault Memories Stick

Christine Blasey Ford says she has a vivid memory of an attack that took place when she was 15. That makes sense.

(20/09/2018 @ 02:04)

Of Time, Tides and Trump

The ocean is rising, but at least we’ve got hot dogs.

(20/09/2018 @ 11:07)

The Kavanaugh Charade

What are Republicans hiding about him? What don’t they want you to know?

(20/09/2018 @ 11:04)

The College Recruit and the Downfall of a Hall of Fame Coach

Should a high school star be prevented from playing college basketball because his father was accused of taking a bribe?

(18/09/2018 @ 05:00)

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Tucson

Foodies, cyclists and the aesthetically inclined will find much to like in this desert city, home to a new bike-share system, adobe architecture and restaurants that reflect a mix of cultural influences.

(20/09/2018 @ 05:00)

Books of The Times: Living the American Dream — in Hiding

In “Dear America,” Jose Antonio Vargas writes about the precarious life he has built in the United States as an undocumented immigrant.

(19/09/2018 @ 13:51)

Employee Kills Three, Then Herself, at Rite Aid Facility in Maryland, Officials Say

A temporary employee opened fire at the facility, in Aberdeen, Md., on Thursday morning, law enforcement officials said. In addition to the dead, three people were wounded.

(20/09/2018 @ 16:58)

After Mayor Kills Alligator on Video, Complaints Roll In

The Livingston, Tex., mayor — who is also a rancher, great-grandmother and crack shot — regrets the publicity. But the gator did eat her tiny horse, she says.

(20/09/2018 @ 14:41)

For New Jersey Rail Commuters, a Bad Situation Is About to Get Worse

New Jersey Transit plans to cancel another 18 daily trains on five of its lines next month to meet the deadline to install an automatic braking system.

(20/09/2018 @ 15:00)

U.S. Retreats on Publicizing Body Count of Militants Killed in Afghanistan

The American military in Kabul was publicizing the number of killed enemy fighters. The propaganda tactic with echoes of the Vietnam War was stopped on Thursday.

(20/09/2018 @ 13:14)

Cardinal Dolan Announces Independent Review of Church Sex Abuse

He appointed a former federal judge, Barbara S. Jones, to examine whether the archdiocese is following protocols, but she may not release a public report.

(20/09/2018 @ 13:50)

Inside Italy’s Shadow Economy

Within a distressed labor market, thousands of low-paid home workers create luxury garments without contracts or insurance.

(20/09/2018 @ 00:00)

Russia’s Antidoping Agency Is Reinstated by WADA

Despite an outcry from athletes and the antidoping community, the world regulator of drugs in sports pushed ahead with lifting a ban on Russia’s antidoping agency.

(20/09/2018 @ 16:30)

Common Sense: Why Les Moonves Might Still Get $120 Million From CBS

New details about Mr. Moonves’s interactions with an actress’s manager and the unusual role played by an outside lawyer have thrust CBS’s board into an agonizing dilemma.

(20/09/2018 @ 16:37)

Citi Bike Is Up, Condoms Are Down: New York by Some Numbers

The Mayor's Management Report reveals New York City government in glorious minutiae, from the number of potholes filled to the number of condoms distributed.

(19/09/2018 @ 17:34)

The Most Fun (and Useful) Things You Can Do With an Amazon Echo or Google Home

Smart home devices will tell you the weather and answer trivia questions, sure, but they can do so much more. Try these tips to streamline your day, relax a little or just have some fun.

(20/09/2018 @ 13:17)

Match Book: Short Stories to Read Before Bed

Interlinked story collections provide narrative continuity, while allowing you to take a pause.

(18/09/2018 @ 11:47)

Fall TV 2018: New and Returning Shows to Watch

As competition in the era of Peak TV intensifies, big names are more prevalent than ever. Julia Roberts, Sean Penn, Jim Carrey and Benicio Del Toro.

(20/09/2018 @ 14:47)

The Fix: Lighting a Room, Simplified

The right lighting can lift your spirits and make you more relaxed and productive. Here’s how the pros do it.

(20/09/2018 @ 12:19)

‘Murphy Brown’ Returns to Fight New Culture Wars

The revival of the acclaimed comedy, which debuts on CBS on Sept. 27, has reunited the original cast after two decades and plans to take on the Trump administration.

(19/09/2018 @ 13:04)

Album Review: Alone in the Studio in 1983, Prince Is Revealed

Listening to the nine songs on “Piano & a Microphone 1983,” the first album of material from Prince’s storied vault, feels like eavesdropping on the artist at work.

(19/09/2018 @ 13:41)

Robert Venturi, Architect Who Rejected Modernism, Dies at 93

To the modernist notion of “less is more,” he retorted, “Less is a bore,” arguing for ornament, historical references and even humor in architecture.

(19/09/2018 @ 21:03)

Review: In ‘Fahrenheit 11/9,’ Michael Moore Targets Trump, and Us

In his new documentary examining the rise of President Trump, the director points fingers at everyone, including himself.

(20/09/2018 @ 07:00)

Is the Shofar … an Instrument of Technological Disruption?

Mark Zuckerberg performed for his followers on Facebook while Marc Benioff of Salesforce (and now Time) led a live congregation in San Francisco.

(20/09/2018 @ 00:59)

Nonfiction: Termites Are Actually Shrunken Cockroaches and Other Things About Them You Really Don’t Want to Know

In Lisa Margonelli’s “Underbug,” she focuses on the extraordinary capabilities of the termite and what the insect can teach us about ourselves.

(17/09/2018 @ 15:00)

The Checkup: For Kids With Concussions, Less Time Alone in a Dark Room

The C.D.C.’s first guidelines to focus on children's head injuries steer doctors away from CT scans and prolonged isolation.

(17/09/2018 @ 05:00)

Trilobites: Elephant Tusk DNA Helps Track Ivory Poachers

Researchers are examining the genetic data in seized elephant ivory to trace it back to the animals’ homelands and connect it to global trafficking crimes.

(19/09/2018 @ 14:00)

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