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Saturday, March 7, 2020

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A Photographer’s Parents Wave Farewell

体育投注网平台Deanna Dikeman’s portrait series doubles as a family album, compressing nearly three decades of her parents’ adieux into a deft and affecting chronology.

Mar. 04, 2020
a reporter at large


体育投注网平台A REPORTER AT LARGE about the 1918 Spanish flu epidemic, which killed between twenty and forty million people, and an upcoming attempt to find a sample of …

Sep. 21, 1997
our columnists

Trump Weekends in Florida as Fear of the Coronavirus Rises

体育投注网平台Even as New York’s governor declares a state of emergency, the President continues his efforts to minimize the seriousness of the emerging epidemic.

Mar. 07, 2020
puzzles and games dept.

The Weekend Crossword: Friday, March 6, 2020

Only N.F.C. team to never compete in the Super Bowl: five letters.

Mar. 06, 2020

Why Alaskans Are Trying to Recall Their Governor

Mike Dunleavy slashed public services in Alaska under the guise of populism. Now a statewide movement wants to remove him from office.

Mar. 05, 2020
q. & a.

How Pandemics Change History

The historian Frank M. Snowden discusses the politics of restricting travel during epidemics, how inhumane responses to sickness have upended governments, and how artists have reacted to disease outbreaks.

Mar. 03, 2020
the political scene

The Man Behind Trump’s Facebook Juggernaut

体育投注网平台Brad Parscale used social media to sway the 2016 election. He’s poised to do it again.

Mar. 02, 2020

Thomas Piketty Goes Global

Now that the celebrity economist’s boldest ideas have been adopted by mainstream politicians, he has an even more provocative vision for transcending capitalism and overcoming our “inequality regime.”

Mar. 02, 2020
our columnists

The Innocuous and Familiar Story of Bernie Sanders’s Trip to Russia

A Times article tries to make disquieting news out of some very boring documents.

Mar. 06, 2020
news desk

The End of Egyptian Cotton

A series of political and climatic upheavals has yielded diminishing quality in a commodity once believed to be the best in the world.

Feb. 27, 2020
satire from the borowitz report

Susan Collins Unable to Decide Whether to Wash Hands

体育投注网平台The Maine senator said that she had set “no timetable” for making her choice, stressing that it was a decision “I do not take lightly.”

Mar. 06, 2020
our columnists

A Hostage-Taker Dies in Iran and Other Coronavirus Stories

Iran’s revolutionaries have described their theocracy as “the government of God.” But the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, told his people this week that they’re now on their own when it comes to COVID-19.

Mar. 06, 2020
the front row

“The Way Back” and “Sorry We Missed You,” Reviewed: Two Oblivious Depictions of the Working Class

体育投注网平台Removing the complex humanity from the working-class characters they seek to exalt, both films present stick figures with many misfortunes and little discourse.

Mar. 06, 2020
shouts & murmurs

The Electable Female Candidate

She pays herself only ten per cent less than what she pays the men who work for her.


The Strange Terror of Watching the Coronavirus Take Rome

In the past few weeks, as the virus spread, the city emptied out.

Mar. 04, 2020

Poverty, Pride, and Prejudice in Kansas

A pending cap on A.T.M. withdrawals for Kansas welfare recipients is the state’s latest show of scorn for low-income residents.

Jul. 01, 2015
our columnists

Elizabeth Warren’s American Leadership

The Massachusetts senator’s fight for the Democratic nomination all but guaranteed that there will be more candidates like her to come.

Mar. 06, 2020
annals of technology

Freeman Dyson’s Letters Offer Another Glimpse of Genius

体育投注网平台Through his correspondence, the renowned physicist revealed himself as a different sort of thinker—casually wise, surprisingly earnest, and always attuned to the multiple layers of our human existence.

Mar. 05, 2020
News Desk

Mark Meadows and the Dinosaur Property

体育投注网平台A fight among fossil hunters, a dubious documentary, and the conservative congressman from North Carolina.

Oct. 01, 2019
A Reporter at Large

A Mass Shooter’s Tragic Past

A mass shooter’s tragic past.

letter from seoul

How South Korea Is Composting Its Way to Sustainability

Automated bins, rooftop farms, and underground mushroom-growing help clean up the mess.

Mar. 02, 2020
annals of education

Prep for Prep and the Fault Lines in New York’s Schools

体育投注网平台Do programs that help low-income students of color get into selective private schools obscure the system’s deeper inequalities?

Mar. 02, 2020
annals of gastronomy

We Are All Irrational Panic Shoppers

体育投注网平台When we see people go out of their way to protect themselves from disaster, no matter how unlikely, we don’t want to be the only ones left undefended.

Mar. 05, 2020
puzzles and games dept.

The Weekday Crossword: Monday, March 2, 2020

Musician who tried to trademark “okurrr”: six letters.

Mar. 02, 2020
under review

“Minor Feelings” and the Possibilities of Asian-American Identity

体育投注网平台Cathy Park Hong’s book of essays bled a dormant discomfort out of me with surgical precision.

Mar. 06, 2020
daily shouts

I Work from Home

体育投注网平台“911—what's your emergency?” “Hi, I . . . uh . . . I work from home.”

Feb. 02, 2017
cultural comment

“Portrait of a Lady on Fire” Is More Than a “Manifesto on the Female Gaze”

Céline Sciamma builds her finespun romance out of glances and stares, while also thoroughly exploring the entanglements between artistic creation and burgeoning love.

Mar. 04, 2020
Our Local Correspondents

Face It

体育投注网平台The truth about wrinkles.

A Reporter at Large

Will Hunter Biden Jeopardize His Father’s Campaign?

体育投注网平台Joe Biden’s son is under scrutiny for his business dealings and tumultuous personal life.

onward and upward with the arts

The Haunted California Idyll of German Writers in Exile

体育投注网平台Wartime émigrés in L.A. felt an excruciating dissonance between their circumstances and the horrors unfolding in Europe.

Mar. 02, 2020