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Exclusive: Missed cues, clashing egos, veiled threats and unaddressed money worries all contributed to Michael Cohen’s halting decision to turn on President Trump, a man he had long idolized and even once vowed to take a bullet for
Elizabeth Warren called for Trump's impeachment. "What followed, generally, was conspicuous silence — and not just from her colleagues in Congress" via @mattfleg @jmartNYT
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After a bloody civil war that dragged on for nearly 3 decades, Sri Lanka had been enjoying a decade of relative calm. That was shattered on Sunday when a coordinated bombing attack killed more than 200 people. Here’s a look at the country’s history.
Here is video footage of the aftermath from St. Sebastian’s Church in Negombo, 1 of the 3 churches targeted in the bombings in Sri Lanka. This is a developing story. Follow our live briefing for the latest updates:
— Sri Lanka blocked major social media and messaging services, including Facebook and WhatsApp, to curb misinformation — The government also set a nationwide curfew from 6 p.m. Sunday to 6 a.m. Monday
The bombings targeted churches, including St. Anthony’s Shrine in Colombo, the capital; St. Sebastian’s Church in Negombo; and Zion Church in Batticaloa; as well as high-end hotels in Colombo, including the Shangri-La, the Cinnamon Grand and the Kingsbury
What we know so far: — On Easter Sunday, at least 8 coordinated bombing attacks struck Sri Lanka, targeting churches and hotels — At least 207 people are dead and 450 others wounded — 7 people have been detained in connection with the attacks
Work Friend: “For most established companies, an ounce of severance is worth a pound of lawsuits. Or something like that.”
The spread of vacant towers overlooking Central Park is part of a broader debate about affordable housing, megaprojects for the ultrarich and New York City's identity
“I do not remember.” “I do not recall.” “I have no recollection.” “I have no current recollection.” More than 30 times, President Trump told the special counsel's prosecutors that he had no memory of what they were asking about.
Present your driver’s license to be scanned and verified. Have your photo taken. Pass your belongings through a metal detector. Welcome to your child’s school. 20 years after the Columbine shooting, a school visit can feel like going to the airport.
The long-awaited release of the redacted Mueller report painted a portrait of U.S. law enforcement leaders more fiercely under siege than previously known has apologized and taken down an ad that depicted a white man in clothing from the 1800s holding out a ring to a black woman and beckoning her to run away with him
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It can feel as if half the Democratic Party is setting off on a White House run. In fact, it’s only 18 or so, officially. And the number is growing.
A New York Times review of hundreds of pages of Boeing's internal emails, corporate documents and federal records, as well as interviews with over a dozen current and former employees, reveals a culture that often valued production speed over quality
“In the name of the poor, you have robbed the farmer." As India holds the world’s biggest election, hundreds of millions of farmers will have the chance to express their frustration at the ballot box.
“But I want what my male colleague has, and that will cost a few million dollars.” Women at the Salk Institute say they faced a culture of marginalization and hostility. The numbers from other elite scientific institutions suggest they’re not alone.
In the weeks since Cyclone Idai, a global aid campaign has swung into action. But the support has only nipped at the short-term needs. The cyclone cost Mozambique as much as $773 million in direct economic losses, as estimated by the World Bank.
“My America is both familiar and disorienting.” The designers Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, of Kenzo and Opening Ceremony, asked 25 Americans and people working-in-America to think about the country. This is what they said.
Each of these exhibits has something to say about how pop music fits into our lives and how people use music to find themselves
Nearly 200 people were killed in Sri Lanka in bombings that targeted churches and high-end hotels
Lyft went public. Uber shared plans for its own IPO. Now the question is: Which one of the apps definitively superior for hitching rides?
"While I never had a hometown, I did have a culture. The Army culture was — still is — home to me, and M.R.E.s are a part of that."
In the Kenyan capital of Nairobi, Mexican culture is everywhere, from television to music to restaurants
Rites of Passage: “Should therapists’ boundaries be different — looser — with terminally ill patients? Then again, the week before, I’d done something therapists aren’t supposed to do. I told her that I loved her.”
We asked writers, editors and artists we admire: What music would you share with friends to make them fall in love with the piano?…
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Everyone’s obsessed with Lil Nas X's “Old Town Road.” Hear 29 songs that paved its path.
Take your time sautéing the leeks for this potato gratin, which brings out their sweetness
Chocolate-caramel Matzo toffee. What are you waiting for?
Traveling alone can get lonely. Here’s how to connect safely with the people you meet along the way.
Whitefish, Entenmann’s, brisket — discussing the most Jewish foods, just in time for Passover
At Kith and Kin, Kwame Onwuachi is exploring the legacy of the African diaspora rather than just his own personal history
One of the many obstacles to reckoning with global warming is the stubborn notion that humans are not powerful enough to affect the entire planet. But we are.
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More than half of India's 1.3 billion people are dependent on the farm economy. As India goes to the polls, farmers say they are disappointed with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's agriculture policies. But they do not know if anyone else would do better.
How a teeny-tiny bug makes your Easter candy glisten
"People think everything has to be perfect, and it really doesn’t”
High above Manhattan, on the roof of the Met, Alicja Kwade’s planetary sculpture evoke the instability, and the unknowability, of our place in the world
Cyclone Idai was the deadliest cyclone to hit southern Africa in over a century. In Mozambique, which bore its brunt, it leveled 110,000 homes, inundated entire towns and left a vast swath of farmland waterlogged.
"It has to be automatic, like putting on a seatbelt. You have to ask, 'What’s my name?'"
A year later, the memory of Beychella reigns, which is what makes the release of “Homecoming” and a corresponding live album even more of a coup
It’s not often that the paintings of an Italian Renaissance master arrive in a New York museum unadorned by the aura of fame and towering talent, but so it is with Giovanni Battista Moroni
Here are some things you can do to reduce your plastic waste
"The Lehman Trilogy" is a tour-de-force critique of the brutality of capitalism, writes @GiniaNYT. And seats are going for $2,000 each.
This complex pasta doesn't compromise. It's comfort food, but also mostly vegetables.
The 7 key things to know about the redacted Mueller report
Happy birthday, Bauhaus! 100 years after its founding, see where the school’s architectural legacy stands in 7 countries around the world.
Much like the characters in the Disney movie, "Lava," Mitchell Messinger and Deborah Kaplan Jacoby defied odds (though maybe not geology) before finding each other
The authorities in southern Mexico are scrambling to respond to more than 8,000 migrants making their way through the state of Chiapas en route to the U.S. border
The winners of the Pulitzer Prizes were announced on Monday. Here are reviews of the 15 books that made it to the final round.
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