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“U.S. Household Income Grew 5.2% in 2015, Breaking Pattern of Stagnation” plus 37 more NYT

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“U.S. Household Income Grew 5.2% in 2015, Breaking Pattern of Stagnation” plus 37 more NYT


U.S. Household Income Grew 5.2% in 2015, Breaking Pattern of Stagnation

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 10:46 AM PDT

The median household's income last year was $56,500, a significant increase from the previous year, the Census Bureau said.

Economic Scene: America’s Inequality Problem: Real Income Gains Are Brief and Hard to Find

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 09:40 AM PDT

It is becoming more difficult for the poor and middle class to get ahead. But it's a different story for the rich, whose gains are accelerating.

Incomes and Outcomes: The Economic Expansion Is Helping the Middle Class, Finally

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 11:25 AM PDT

However you measure it (and there are lots of ways), the news on wages is good, though it could still be better.

Russian Hackers Leak U.S. Star Athletes’ Medical Information

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 03:17 PM PDT

Documents, published this week, showed Simone Biles and Serena and Venus Williams received exemptions to use banned drugs.

Your Evening Briefing

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 03:09 PM PDT

Here's what you need to know at the end of the day.

Donald Trump to Unveil Plan to Ease Burden on Working Parents

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 01:03 PM PDT

Mr. Trump's call for six weeks of mandatory paid maternity leave and expanded tax credits for child care is another attempt to court elusive support from women.

The Run-Up: Turning Points: Rethinking a Campaign Cliché

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 06:32 AM PDT

The political world is quick to declare a turning point. Too quick? We explore, with six Times reporters, moments that have mattered in this presidential race.

California Today: California Today: Fighting Fire With Fire

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 04:51 AM PDT

Welcome to California Today, a morning update on the stories that matter to Californians (and anyone else interested in the state).

Pneumonia, Polyps and Gunshots: A Short History of Presidential Health

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 07:12 AM PDT

Through much of American history, presidents and candidates have tried to conceal their maladies, and opponents have done their best to exploit signs of weakness.

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 07:30 AM PDT

Democrats Push for Federal Look Into Donald Trump’s Donation in Florida

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 11:12 AM PDT

Mr. Trump contributed $25,000 in 2013 in support of Pam Bondi, the Florida attorney general, whose office did not pursue a complaint against Trump University.

Abroad in America: Fearful and Flummoxed: Watching the Presidential Race From Abroad

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 02:00 AM PDT

Foreigners feel invested in the campaign's outcome and raise questions about American law, during the election and beyond.

Israel Denies Claims That Syria Shot Down Warplane and Drone

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 04:20 AM PDT

Two missiles were fired at aircraft that were targeting artillery positions in the Syrian Golan Heights, but neither came close, the Israeli military said.

Answers About the Hajj: What’s in the Kaaba and Where to Find Bathrooms

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 03:03 AM PDT

Diaa Hadid, a Times correspondent making the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca, answers questions from readers.

Postcards From the Hajj: The Crowds

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 03:33 AM PDT

As just one of two million pilgrims, Diaa Hadid, a correspondent for The New York Times, battled huge crowds to perform the sacred rites of the hajj, even as a V.I.P. treated to helicopter rides and other perks.

Feature: How Two Producers of ‘Transparent’ Made Their Own Trans Lives More Visible

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 02:00 AM PDT

The photos Zackary Drucker and Rhys Ernst took of each other showed a young couple in love. They became an important public record of transgender life.

Economic View: How to Pinch Pennies in the Right Places

Posted: 17 Feb 2016 12:12 PM PST

When it comes to spending and saving, our bank accounts will be healthier if we stop looking at relative values and start looking at absolute dollars.

Watching: What You Should Watch to Catch Up on This Summer’s Shows

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 07:57 AM PDT

From the Watching team, expert TV and movie recommendations for the next few days.

Fashion Review: New York Fashion Week Comes to Life With Thom Browne and Proenza Schouler

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 06:15 AM PDT

Collections from Jeremy Scott and the Row also had their moments at New York Fashion Week, along with designs from Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrera.

Can You Guess the Models by Their Walks?

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 08:55 AM PDT

In honor of Fashion Week, Guy Trebay selects some of the great runway walks. Can you guess which walk belongs to which model?

Italy’s ‘Fertility Day’ Call to Make Babies Arouses Anger, Not Ardor

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 04:13 AM PDT

A government ad campaign aimed at tackling Italy's low birthrate was swiftly abandoned after it was widely deemed offensive.

Scaling Up a Drug Trade, Straight Through ISIS Turf

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 07:30 AM PDT

Hashish from Morocco was once smuggled to Europe a speedboat at a time. But the trafficking has escalated to huge cargo ships, on a route including a chaotic stretch of Libya.

ISIS and the New Route of Hashish

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 07:30 AM PDT

Once transported in on Jet Skis, hashish now travels to Europe on ships as long as a soccer field, through territory that officials fear is controlled by the Islamic State.

Harvey Weinstein Gets Oscar Boost After ‘Lion’ Screening

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 01:03 PM PDT

Although reviews were mixed, some see an opening for Mr. Weinstein's company after a screening generated a euphoric buzz at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Building Blocks: An Architect Who Built His Career on Resuscitating New York Landmarks

Posted: 12 Sep 2016 02:00 AM PDT

John Belle, who died at 84, conveyed a genial joy in bringing back to life the masterworks of his predecessors, including Grand Central Terminal and the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory.

N.C.A.A. Moves Championship Events From North Carolina, Citing Anti-Gay-Rights Law

Posted: 12 Sep 2016 08:16 PM PDT

The organization, following the N.B.A.'s decision to move its All-Star Game out of Charlotte, said, "N.C.A.A. championships and events must promote an inclusive atmosphere."

Shimon Peres, Former Prime Minister of Israel, Suffers a Stroke

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 03:23 PM PDT

Mr. Peres, 93, was initially reported to be in stable condition and conscious, but later his office said he was sedated and breathing with a respirator.

Germany Arrests 3 Syrians on Suspicion of ISIS Ties

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 04:15 AM PDT

They are thought to have arrived in the country among hundreds of thousands of migrants and to have had links to those behind the Paris attacks lacks year.

Brazil’s Congress Expels Lawmaker Who Led Ouster of President

Posted: 12 Sep 2016 09:19 PM PDT

The lower house of Congress voted overwhelmingly Monday night to expel Eduardo Cunha, a conservative lawmaker who is facing graft charges.

The Public Editor: The Word a Headline Didn’t Need

Posted: 12 Sep 2016 04:00 PM PDT

An Op-Ed essay about Hillary Clinton tried to reclaim "bitch" from those trying to degrade women with it. But its use bothered some readers.

‘Great British Bake Off’ Will Leave BBC, and Two Hosts Quit

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 02:38 PM PDT

The reality TV hit — with no screaming fights, just spongecake — will move to Channel 4 beginning next year.

Meet New Glenn, the Blue Origin Rocket That May Someday Take You to Space

Posted: 12 Sep 2016 04:46 PM PDT

"Our vision is millions of people living and working in space, and New Glenn is a very important step," said Jeffrey P. Bezos, the billionaire founder of Amazon and Blue Origin.

Protesters Disturb Ryan Lochte’s Debut on ‘Dancing With the Stars’

Posted: 12 Sep 2016 09:28 PM PDT

Two men were detained after at least one tried to rush the stage during the ABC competition's season premiere.

Man Booker Prize Shortlist Is Announced

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 01:14 PM PDT

Six books by authors from Britain, Canada, South Africa and the United States are in the running to win the literary honor and a cash prize.

Sports of The Times: Colin Kaepernick Finds His Voice

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 05:04 AM PDT

The quarterback's protest against police brutality divides fans.

This North Dakota Bike Trail Is Stunning. Just Hope You Survive It.

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 03:00 AM PDT

The Maah Daah Hey Trail is the longest and arguably most grueling single-track mountain biking route in the United States.

Share Your Stories About Race With The Times

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 11:58 AM PDT

The New York Times would like to hear your stories about how race is experienced in your everyday life.

Emily Blunt Rides the Unnerving Rails of Addiction in ‘The Girl on the Train’

Posted: 13 Sep 2016 01:15 PM PDT

The actress had to conceal a pregnancy and portray a shattered alcoholic in the coming screen adaptation of Paula Hawkins's best seller.

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