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Reports to the Senate on Russian interference in the 2016 election and beyond criticized the tech companies for failing to disclose important details.
Using an array of accounts on multiple platforms and targeting a variety of demographics, the Russians have generated millions of interactions with their posts.
A look at posts from the Internet Research Agency reveals that the group used Instagram for several distinct purposes.
Mr. Flynn, the president’s first national security adviser, is to be sentenced on Tuesday for lying to federal investigators about his conversations with the Russian ambassador.
A Pentagon official and a government contractor investigated for mishandling classified material say that bureaucrats opposed to President Trump targeted them.
The indictment is evidence of a crackdown growing from the inquiry by Robert S. Mueller III, who has investigated foreign money devised to manipulate decision-making in Washington.
The Chinese president marked 40 years of economic liberalization by arguing that the Communist Party’s firm control must not waver.
The Federal Reserve continues to raise interest rates, prompting concerns that growth will slow — and workers will reap fewer of the benefits.
Stocks in the United States rebounded from a steep decline that left the S&P 500 at its lowest point in 2018. In Asia, a speech by China’s leader, Xi Jinping, was a letdown for investors.
Delaware’s ambitious bid to offer one-stop shopping for birth control is a social experiment that other states will be watching.
The G.O.P. is forced to reckon with health care, an issue Democrats hammered them on in the midterms; plus, the latest updates on the 2020 race.
States that support the Affordable Care Act said a ruling striking down the law had created “ambiguity” and “poses a dangerous threat to the health care of millions of Americans.”
The survival of Mr. Macron’s presidency may no longer be at stake, but its shape and direction seem certain to change.
text What Next for France’s ‘Yellow Vests’?
Tue, 18 Dec 2018 11:31:04 GMT
For five weeks, demonstrators have marched in Paris and beyond, staging a nationwide rebellion against President Emmanuel Macron. We went to the French countryside, where the movement began, to find out whether the leaderless campaign could win longstanding changes.
Several weekends of violent demonstrations across France have hit the capital’s sellers of high-end goods hard during the year’s most important shopping period
A school safety commission created after the Parkland school massacre contends that the policies, intended to protect minority children, eased up too much on discipline.
Tens of thousands of children continue to be physically punished at school, and efforts to end the practice entirely have stalled.
Here’s what you need to know.
Big tax revenue, more impaired drivers and a persistent black market, one researcher predicted. Also: no more HOLLAAD TONNEL.
Tuesday: How reversals in deportation policies are affecting the Vietnamese community, a small decline in homelessness and a hotel’s feminist history
text Chaos? A Trump Specialty
Tue, 18 Dec 2018 00:51:09 GMT
As Congress sees a shutdown as increasingly inevitable, the president sees a chance to show more swagger.
The Senate gave my research team data from social media companies. The picture that emerges is grim.
text Yo, Putin
Tue, 18 Dec 2018 01:24:51 GMT
The Russian leader is down with rappers’ freedom of expression. To a point.
Never mind what the election results say.
text Conservatism’s Monstrous Endgame
Tue, 18 Dec 2018 00:46:08 GMT
Apparatchiks are corroding the foundations of democracy.
It’s the end of an era on Capitol Hill. What about in the White House?
Caste discrimination against Christians, whose ancestors were lower-caste Hindus, persists in the country.
text Yes, Russian Trolls Helped Elect Trump
Tue, 18 Dec 2018 02:17:59 GMT
Social media lies have real-world consequences.
Often neglected, these considerations can guide you to increased confidence in your charitable choices.
text The Secret History of Muslims in the U.S.
Mon, 17 Dec 2018 20:00:01 GMT
Muslims have been here since the time of the earliest explorers and have left their mark on everything from the White House to the Marine Corps uniform.
text Even a War Hero Is Not Above the Law
Tue, 18 Dec 2018 01:44:47 GMT
On the battlefield, listening to a small voice that says, ‘This is not normal.’
text How to Make the Trade War Even Worse
Mon, 17 Dec 2018 20:50:02 GMT
By undermining the World Trade Organization’s judges, the United States could destroy one of its best tools to hold China accountable.
With two more stops to go, our 52 Places columnist, exhausted after nearly a year on the road, finds beauty and respite in the temples and valleys of this Buddhist kingdom.
text Tinder and Bumble Are Hungry for Your Love
Tue, 18 Dec 2018 14:18:36 GMT
The big online dating rebrand means the apps want you to fall in love with them now.
The Mexican crime lord is in court in New York, and narco-tourists have been showing up to try to see him.
The restaurant said Mr. Niccolini, who had faced allegations of sexual misconduct, had not honored a commitment to “seek help and change his behavior.”
Sayfullo Saipov was heard on numerous wiretapped calls, including one the day before a Halloween attack that killed eight people, the defense said.
Mr. Mossberg has spent decades chronicling the privacy implications of Facebook’s policies. On Monday, he opted out.
Yair Netanyahu, the older son of the Israeli prime minister, is a divisive online presence. Facebook blocked him for 24 hours, so he turned to Twitter.
The coach had long coveted a chance to work at the club, but he struggled to connect with United’s players, notably Paul Pogba.
The company announced that Mr. Moonves, who was forced out in September after multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, had breached his employment contract.
Two businessmen wanted to be “big shots.” Prosecutors claim the men bribed several police officials with expensive gifts — including prostitutes — in return for favors.
Google said it planned a $1 billion campus just south of the West Village that would enable it to double its local work force over a decade.
The Malaysian government filed charges against Goldman Sachs for its role in the 1MDB fraud, and in the United States, the bank’s lawyers held talks with federal prosecutors.
Your family is great, but no one wants to read about it for 10 minutes. Here’s what to do.
We’ve all got one *those* stories.
text How to Clean Up Your Holiday Messes
Sun, 16 Dec 2018 16:49:54 GMT
Welcome to the latest edition of the Smarter Living newsletter.
text What to Cook: What to Cook This Week
Sun, 16 Dec 2018 15:30:00 GMT
Fry some chicken to enjoy with coleslaw and biscuits, then balance it out with a big salad and lemon-caper dressing.
In Hannah Starkey’s photographs, women often appear alone doing ordinary activities, but these moments — which neither glorify nor objectify them — are bestowed an unmistakable emotional gravity.
After the beloved poet caught a chill in December 1891, The Times kept a literary bedside vigil until his death on March 26, 1892.
The Times’s chief theater critics chose the best productions of 2018. Some readers beg to differ.
In a mock interview on “The Late Show,” the White House adviser ended up covered in an Afro, claiming it takes “funkiness” to protect the border.
text How to Dazzle Like a French Pastry Chef
Mon, 17 Dec 2018 21:10:00 GMT
For the holidays, one showstopping dessert rises above the rest: the Yule log, or bûche de Noël. Yotam Ottolenghi shares his for the season (along with a slightly simpler cake too).
Two genes inherited from our evolutionary cousins may affect skull shape and brain size even today. What that means for human behavior is a mystery.
You could call it an ant speed record.
The W.H.O. has recommended such a test for H.I.V.-positive patients since 2015. But in poor countries, few qualifying patients are receiving it.
A new statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics advises parents of young children to go for high-quality traditional toys rather than elaborate digital ones.