NY Times

Europe Edition: Brexit, Camp Fire, Disney: Your Monday Briefing

Sun, 2018-11-18 23:53
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

In a Walmart Lot, a Rough Refuge for Wildfire Evacuees

Sun, 2018-11-18 23:00
Many in California who lost all they had when their homes were destroyed are collecting in makeshift camps, as firefighters keep struggling to contain the blazes.

In ‘Digital India,’ Government Hands Out Free Phones to Win Votes

Sun, 2018-11-18 22:54
The leaders of one Indian state gave 2.9 million smartphones to residents, then used them to campaign for re-election. Others may copy the model.

Editorial Observer: Go Ahead, Democrats. Fight Over Nancy Pelosi.

Sun, 2018-11-18 22:23
Just get it out of your systems now, please.

Rick Scott Wins Florida Senate Race After Recount

Sun, 2018-11-18 22:20
Senator Bill Nelson, a three-term Democrat, lost his Senate seat to Florida’s current Republican governor in a tight race.

With Sunken Argentine Sub Found, Families Demand Loved Ones’ Remains

Sun, 2018-11-18 22:03
“It’s not something I want — it’s something I need,” the mother of one of the lost sailors declared.

U.S. and China Square Off on Trade, and APEC Nations Duck for Cover

Sun, 2018-11-18 21:46
The clash between President Xi Jinping and Vice President Pence left the gathering of 21 nations in Papua New Guinea in disarray, and worried.

Bloomberg Gives $1.8 Billion to Johns Hopkins for Student Aid

Sun, 2018-11-18 21:33
The donation would underwrite “need-blind” admissions and eliminate the need for low- and moderate-income students at the university to take out loans.

News Analysis: Why Trump Is Sticking With the Saudi Crown Prince

Sun, 2018-11-18 21:17
President Trump does not even want to listen to evidence that could shake his confidence in the Saudi royal, a decision driven by Middle East strategy and arms sales.

A Queens Jogger’s Murder Shook the City. Two Years Later, an Emotional Trial Unfolds.

Sun, 2018-11-18 21:05
Jurors on Monday will begin deliberations in the case against Chanel Lewis, who is charged with sexually assaulting and murdering Karina Vetrano in 2016.

Inside El Chapo’s Vast Network: What We Know After the Trial’s First Week

Sun, 2018-11-18 20:39
Surprise allegations, gory murder details and dismissed jurors were the headlines of an eventful first week in the trial of kingpin El Chapo.

Vote-Stealing Battle in Florida Portends More Distrust in System for 2020

Sun, 2018-11-18 20:26
More than just a flashback to 2000, the Florida recount is an ominous dry run for messaging about vote-stealing that will further erode confidence in the election process.

On Pro Football: Alex Smith’s Gruesome Injury Gives Joe Theismann a Bad Flashback

Sun, 2018-11-18 20:22
Smith, the Redskins quarterback, had his leg broken in two places on Sunday, 33 years to the day after Theismann’s leg was broken on national television.

Looking Forward to Reconstruction

Sun, 2018-11-18 20:09
America doesn’t need a liberal Trump; it needs precisely the opposite of that.

Migrant Caravan Is Just Yards From U.S. Border, but Long Wait Lies Ahead

Sun, 2018-11-18 19:39
As many as 10,000 Central Americans may reach Tijuana, Mexico, in the coming weeks. As the city scrambles to provide for them, a shelter has taken on the qualities of an overwhelmed refugee camp.

We Need a Global Bank of Germs

Sun, 2018-11-18 19:36
With modern medicine killing off whole categories of bacteria and viruses — including benign ones that promote health — scientists propose a way to preserve microbes that may save us one day.

Tests Showed Children Were Exposed to Lead. The Official Response: Challenge the Tests

Sun, 2018-11-18 19:15
For at least two decades, the New York City Housing Authority routinely disputed tests that revealed lead in its apartments. Private landlords almost never do this.

Eliminating All Student Debt Isn’t Progressive

Sun, 2018-11-18 18:55
It would be a giant welfare program for the upper middle class.

New Peanut Allergy Drug Shows ‘Lifesaving’ Potential

Sun, 2018-11-18 18:48
Results from a new study may lead to approval of what could be the first drug that ameliorates potentially deadly reactions in children with severe peanut allergies.

Benny Tai Yiu-ting: Hong Kong Isn’t What It Was, Nor What It’s Supposed to Be

Sun, 2018-11-18 18:47
Beijing’s political red lines here keep shifting — but always in the direction of more repression.