http://www.nytimes.com/

NYT > Top Stories

An Abrupt Move That Stunned Aides: Inside Trump’s Aborted Attack on Iran (sam., 21 sept. 2019)
President Trump’s decision to call off an airstrike on Iran in June looms large now as he weighs how to respond to attacks on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia blamed on Tehran.
>> Lire la suite

Ukraine and Whistle-Blower Issues Emerge as Major Flashpoints in Presidential Race (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
Reports that President Trump sought help from the Ukrainian government could offer former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. both opportunities and risks.
>> Lire la suite

Trump Calls Reports That He Pressured Ukraine’s President a ‘Witch Hunt’ (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
Mr. Trump, intensifying a line of attack his allies have stoked for months, accused the media of covering up the former vice president’s dealings with Ukraine.
>> Lire la suite

Trump, Biden and a Whistle-Blower Complaint: Here Are the Basics (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
President Trump is under intense scrutiny over a classified whistle-blower complaint about some of his behavior.
>> Lire la suite

Elizabeth Warren Lost Her Dream Job but Gained a Path to 2020 (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
She had a plan to take on big banks. In the fight to get it done, she honed the approach to politics that defines her presidential campaign.
>> Lire la suite

Should People Profit From Housing? Bernie Sanders Says Yes, and No (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
A plan for national rent control and for reining in speculators, but also for building wealth through homeownership.
>> Lire la suite

An Improbable Relic of Auschwitz: a Shofar That Defied the Nazis (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
The daughter of a Holocaust survivor has brought forward a ram’s horn trumpet and her father’s account of the power of belief amid death.
>> Lire la suite

Jonathan Van Ness of ‘Queer Eye’ Comes Out (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
The reality-show star says he’s living with H.I.V., and speaks about being an addict and a sexual abuse survivor.
>> Lire la suite

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads (Fri, 20 Sep 2019)
What really brought down the Boeing 737 Max? IPhone 11 and 11 Pro review. Pam Grier on longevity in showbiz. Block parties in pictures. And more.
>> Lire la suite

Issa Rae Reads ‘Even in Real Life, There Were Screens Between Us’ (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
The Modern Love podcast revisits an essay about love in the digital age.
>> Lire la suite

The Violence That Followed Iraq’s Post-Invasion Spiral (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
James Verini is out with “They Will Have to Die Now,” a book about the battle of Mosul and its consequences.
>> Lire la suite

Trump Walks a Crooked Mile (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
Has he finally gone too far?
>> Lire la suite

Tucker Carlson 2024 (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
I tried to imagine a president worse than Trump. Welcome to my nightmare.
>> Lire la suite

Trump and Election Interference, Whistle-Blower Edition (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
Many elements are murky, but something clearly stinks.
>> Lire la suite

Love in the Time of Democrats (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
Senators Warren and Booker shone in a forum focused on the lives of L.G.B.T.Q. Americans.
>> Lire la suite

The Beauty of the Ordinary (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
We treasure autumn days as reminders of everything we must not take for granted.
>> Lire la suite

The Corey Lewandowski Trap (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
Democrats keep underestimating the audacity of Trump and his tribe.
>> Lire la suite

The College Admissions Trilemma (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
Why it’s so hard for universities to balance class, race and their budgets.
>> Lire la suite

The 19th-Century Troll Who Hated Dirty Postcards and Sex Toys (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
Before Gamergate, Anthony Comstock was the original anti-feminist crusader.
>> Lire la suite

The Graves of Afghanistan Speak (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
Even the flags on the graves of the Afghans killed in the long war announce competing allegiances.
>> Lire la suite

When Anti-Immigration Meant Keeping Out Black Pioneers (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
In the 1850s, Midwestern states used harsh laws to deny free African-Americans wealth and property.
>> Lire la suite

The Next Debate: Let’s Talk About … (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
We asked readers what topics have been slighted at past debates. They cited Social Security, foreign affairs, women’s issues, the deficit and many more.
>> Lire la suite

Jacqueline Woodson Transformed Children’s Literature. Now She’s Writing for Herself. (Thu, 19 Sep 2019)
The award-winning author on her mission to diversify publishing — and why she turned back to adult readers with her new novel, “Red at the Bone.”
>> Lire la suite

Meat Is Murder. But You Know That Already. (Tue, 17 Sep 2019)
In his new essay collection, “We Are the Weather,” Jonathan Safran Foer turns his attention to the climate crisis. Mark Bittman weighs in.
>> Lire la suite

Bus Bomb Kills 12 Iraqis Near Major Pilgrimage Site (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
The attack, claimed by the Islamic State, signals the group’s continuing threat despite its collapse in late 2017.
>> Lire la suite

Lawmakers Court Trump on Gun Safety, With Some Appealing to His Ego (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
President Trump is expected to decide next week whether to defy the N.R.A. and embrace a bill expanding background checks for gun buyers.
>> Lire la suite

Despite Tough Talk, U.S.-China Trade Negotiations Continue (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
Both sides issued statements describing recent discussions as productive. The question now is whether high-level talks next month will yield progress.
>> Lire la suite

Shooting at South Carolina Bar Leaves 2 Dead and 8 Wounded, Officials Say (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
The shooting happened early Saturday morning near Lancaster, S.C. The gunman remained at large.
>> Lire la suite

Barron Hilton, Hotel Magnate and Founding A.F.L. Owner, Dies at 91 (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
Mr. Hilton successfully expanded the hotel chain founded by his father, but he said his happiest days were when he owned the Chargers football team.
>> Lire la suite

Anti-Immigrant Venom Killed Their South African Dreams (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
Hundreds of Nigerians fleeing mob attacks have been airlifted out of South Africa, leaving behind their jobs and stores, homes and hopes.
>> Lire la suite

Losing an Inheritance Is Easy, Because Saying No Is Hard (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
Most inheritances are about $50,000. Whether you come into a little money or a lot, waiting to make any moves is one of the best things to do first.
>> Lire la suite

They Tried to Unionize the Park Slope Food Coop. Guess What Happened. (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
Progressives and organized labor should get along famously. So why is there a disconnect on today’s left?
>> Lire la suite

She Quit Her Job. He Got Night Goggles. They Searched 57 Days for Their Dog. (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
A couple combed a rural Montana community for their Border collie, Katie.
>> Lire la suite

How to Actually Follow Through on the Relationship Advice You Get (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
You could read a dozen articles to improve your love life, but if you don’t use any of it, why bother? Here’s how to put that good advice to use.
>> Lire la suite

Treating the Incredible Shrinking Vagina (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
What is “vaginal atrophy,” and how can you stop it?
>> Lire la suite

10 Hotel Tips No One Taught You (Thu, 19 Sep 2019)
No matter how often you’ve stayed in a hotel, these tips will help you get a cleaner, safer, more relaxing stay in your next one.
>> Lire la suite

What to Know When Choosing Cremation (Fri, 26 Jul 2019)
A funeral industry report says demand for cremation is increasing, in part because it’s less expensive than burial. It has also become more socially acceptable.
>> Lire la suite

Celebrating a Shrine to Kitsch Where Andy Warhol Drank Iced Hot Chocolate (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
Beloved by artists and tourists alike, the restaurant Serendipity 3 in New York has proved for 65 years that the joy of a frozen dessert can be transcendent.
>> Lire la suite

Invasion of the Clowns (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
All of a sudden, they’re everywhere. Why?
>> Lire la suite

How to Solve the Stephen King Adaptation Puzzle (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
The directors of “It Chapter Two” and the coming “Doctor Sleep” know all that can go wrong with film versions of his work. Here’s what they learned.
>> Lire la suite

Is ‘Fredo’ a Movie Reference or an Ethnic Slight? Depends Who You’re Yelling At (Wed, 04 Sep 2019)
A passing reference to “The Godfather” can sound like one thing to pop-culture buffs, something else entirely to Italian Americans.
>> Lire la suite

While You’re Waiting for the Next Hilary Mantel, Try Andrew Miller (Tue, 10 Sep 2019)
Miller’s latest historical novel, “Now We Shall Be Entirely Free,” plunges readers deep into the 18th-century England of the Peninsular War.
>> Lire la suite

Eyes in the Sky Help Farmers on the Ground (Wed, 18 Sep 2019)
Aerial imaging companies using high-resolution cameras and artificial intelligence data analysis are giving the agricultural community a high-tech boost.
>> Lire la suite

The Everest Climber Whose Traffic Jam Photo Went Viral (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
Nirmal Purja snapped the photograph of an overcrowded Mount Everest summit while on a quest to climb the 14 tallest mountains in the world in record time.
>> Lire la suite

What Makes Someone a Fan? (Thu, 19 Sep 2019)
It’s more than just ticket sales. Rich Luker, a social psychologist, studies fandom and why, for example, someone might get a tattoo of their favorite team.
>> Lire la suite

What Should Young Children Drink? Mostly Milk and Water, Scientists Say (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
Infants and toddlers should not be given soda, chocolate milk or other sweetened drinks, according to strict new guidelines.
>> Lire la suite

Trump Pressed Ukraine’s Leader on Inquiry Into Biden’s Son (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
Mr. Trump has been prodding the Ukrainian government to investigate Mr. Biden and his family, but the new whistle-blower complaint has drastically raised the stakes.
>> Lire la suite

‘Urgent Concern’ About the President (Sun, 22 Sep 2019)
A whistle-blower’s report has alarmed the intelligence agencies’ watchdog. Why won’t the administration share it with Congress?
>> Lire la suite

Protesting Climate Change, Young People Take to Streets in a Global Strike (Sat, 21 Sep 2019)
Anxious about the future and angry about the failure to curb the crisis, millions joined an urgent call for action against climate change.
>> Lire la suite