Please enable / Bitte aktiviere JavaScript!
Veuillez activer / Por favor activa el Javascript!
Ruaje këtë postim

“Optimism From Hillary Clinton and Darkness From Donald Trump at Campaign’s End” plus 39 more NYT


“Optimism From Hillary Clinton and Darkness From Donald Trump at Campaign’s End” plus 39 more NYT

Optimism From Hillary Clinton and Darkness From Donald Trump at Campaign’s End

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 01:49 PM PST

The candidates and their surrogates hopscotched across the United States in the final, frenzied hours of the campaign, with the nation reduced to a string of must-win states.

The 2016 Race: This Time, There Really Is a Hispanic Voter Surge

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 11:39 AM PST

Early voting data unequivocally indicates that Hillary Clinton will benefit from Hispanic turnout that is vastly exceeding numbers from four years ago.

The 2016 Race: What the Election Means for the Markets

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 11:15 AM PST

In the short term, market seem to expect less volatility from a Clinton presidency. But things get more complicated in the long term.

Earthquake and Aftershock: The Elections of 2008 and 2016

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 10:10 AM PST

If 2008 was an emblem of progress as America elected its first black president, 2016 has required the grim acceptance of limits, disappointments and blind spots.

White House Letter: An Unfinished Presidency: Obama Passes the Baton

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 09:26 AM PST

As the nation prepares to choose President Obama's successor, the bold agenda he described eight years ago remains incomplete.

In Boomers’ Sunset, Election Reawakens an Old Divide

Posted: 06 Nov 2016 04:45 PM PST

This race has been a rematch between two boomer factions: one yearning for the return of an idealized postwar America, the other calling to tear down whatever societal barriers remain.

The 2016 Presidential Race, Explained

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 02:00 AM PST

Campaigns are complicated. Confused by the current one? Here's a look back at some of our most insightful journalism over the last year.

Mediator: Media’s Next Challenge: Overcoming the Threat of Fake News

Posted: 06 Nov 2016 05:13 PM PST

Plunging print ad sales and an explosion of online outlets spreading inaccurate information threaten to diminish, and in some cases extinguish, the impact of traditional media companies.

One Election in Two Minutes

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 08:18 AM PST

A brief look back at some of the many memorable moments from the 2016 presidential campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump.

Abroad in America: Notes on the U.S. Election: A Measure of America’s Fever

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 02:00 AM PST

Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump's gallop down the home straight of this bitterly contentious race has revealed more than just a snapshot of America.

Janet Reno, First Woman to Serve as U.S. Attorney General, Dies at 78

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 10:42 AM PST

Ms. Reno's eight years in the office placed her in the middle of some of the most divisive episodes of the Clinton presidency.

Asia Pacific Edition: Theresa May, Daniel Ortega, China: Your Tuesday Briefing

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 12:17 PM PST

Here's what you need to know to start your day.

Clinton, Trump, Reno: Your Monday Evening Briefing

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 03:20 PM PST

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

California Today: California Today: How Do Top Newspapers Line Up on the Election?

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 05:08 AM PST

Monday: A scorecard on the ballot propositions using newspaper endorsements, a gentrification battle in Los Angeles, and a look back at Magic Johnson's H.I.V. announcement.

Hong Kong Elected 2 Separatists. China Took Drastic Action.

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 09:01 AM PST

By acting against two dissident lawmakers, Beijing is asserting an authority to set policy in the territory, challenging its semiautonomous status.

China Plans to Intervene in Hong Kong Dispute

Posted: 04 Nov 2016 09:22 AM PDT

The debate is whether two politicians should be allowed to take seats in the local legislature after altering the oath of office.

China’s Internet Controls Will Get Stricter, to Dismay of Foreign Business

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 02:12 AM PST

A new law, long expected, pushes back against online anonymity and sets out requirements on how companies store data.

Warner Bros., Quietly Thriving, Recasts Its Own Story

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 04:39 AM PST

The studio, overshadowed by its corporate sibling HBO, is widely viewed as an unsteady operation. But it's on pace to have one of its most profitable years ever.

Pope Francis Names Joseph Tobin to Lead Archdiocese of Newark

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 03:19 AM PST

Archbishop Tobin of Indianapolis, a cardinal-designate known for standing up for refugees, will lead one of the largest and most ethnically diverse dioceses in the country.

Preoccupations: Want Co-Workers to Vote Your Way? Then Stop Pestering Them

Posted: 04 Nov 2016 05:00 AM PDT

Studies have shown that people tend to consider unsolicited advice as a threat to their free will, and they will often protest by doing the opposite.

Woman Thrown in Front of Train at Times Square Subway Station Is Killed

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 01:19 PM PST

A woman was taken into custody in connection with the attack, which an initial investigation by the police suggests was unprovoked.

The Chopped Cheese’s Sharp Rise to Fame

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 01:40 PM PST

A sandwich with a base of grilled ground beef, long popular in New York bodegas, is now spreading to more upscale purveyors and has prompted vigorous debate on the internet over cultural appropriation and related issues.

Robert Durst Pleads Not Guilty to 2000 Murder in Los Angeles

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 03:18 PM PST

Mr. Durst is accused of having shot his friend Susan Berman in order to stop her from revealing what she knew about his first wife's disappearance, in 1982.

Nicaragua President Easily Wins New Term, With Wife as VP

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 02:55 PM PST

President Daniel Ortega overwhelmingly won re-election to a third consecutive term in official results announced Monday, putting him in position to govern for nearly a quarter-century and cement family control over the country with his wife now officially vice president.

Wall Street Bonuses Are Expected to Sink for 3rd Straight Year

Posted: 06 Nov 2016 05:04 PM PST

Merger and acquisition talks have been active, but the deals' advisers get paid on completion. This year, antitrust officials thwarted some large mergers.

After Bill Cosby, States Shift on Statutes of Limitations in Sexual Assault Cases

Posted: 06 Nov 2016 05:14 PM PST

The specter of accusations against Mr. Cosby has surfaced in many of the efforts to revise state laws.

Ride Along With ‘Souls to the Polls’

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 01:01 AM PST

In North Carolina, where the presidential race is tight, the N.A.A.C.P. and Democracy North Carolina are partnering with churches to get African-Americans to the polls early.

The Walking Dead: ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7, Episode 3: The Ballad of Daryl and Dwight

Posted: 06 Nov 2016 07:01 PM PST

Sunday's episode introduced viewers to life in the Sanctuary, the Savior stronghold.

Westworld: ‘Westworld’ Season 1, Episode 6: The Tipping Point

Posted: 06 Nov 2016 07:01 PM PST

The world as Maeve understood it is gone, as the show again forces viewers to reflect on how their own lives are constructed, too.

‘The Crown’ Episodes 1 and 2: Stiff Lips, Warm Heart

Posted: 04 Nov 2016 07:47 AM PDT

The triumph of the first two episodes of "The Crown" is its unerring emotional focus. It finds the heart in every scene.

What in the World: Canada and Denmark Fight Over Island With Whisky and Schnapps

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 02:00 AM PST

A spirited dispute has lasted since 1984, with one side leaving a bottle of liquor on Hans Island that is later replaced by the other side with its own bottle.

Iran’s Latest Propaganda Tool: The Clinton-Trump Debates on Live TV

Posted: 05 Nov 2016 12:21 PM PDT

"We only need to sit back and let these candidates show themselves how idiotic they are," said Hamidreza Taraghi, a conservative analyst.

On Soccer: Romance Turns Sour for Swansea Fans, and Bob Bradley Is Caught in the Middle

Posted: 06 Nov 2016 12:36 PM PST

Bradley, the club's American manager, has become a lightning rod at Swansea, which has struggled after a storybook rise in the Premier League.

Grace Notes: How a Shop Owner in the Hamptons Knows Who Will Be President

Posted: 06 Nov 2016 09:01 AM PST

In every presidential race since 2004, Valerie Smith has tracked the number of candidate cups sold at her store, the Monogram Shop. So far, she has correctly predicted every election.

Tell Me Something I Don’t Know: Listening to This New Podcast Could Save Your Life on Election Day

Posted: 06 Nov 2016 05:52 PM PST

A new podcast from The New York Times and Stephen J. Dubner, the host of "Freakonomics Radio," turns the idea of a quiz show inside out. In our first episode: the hidden dangers of going to the polls.

To Create a Quieter City, They’re Recording the Sounds of New York

Posted: 06 Nov 2016 03:26 PM PST

Researchers in a new project are installing microphones in the city to build an aural map and, perhaps, eventually reduce noise pollution.

Scaling Back: A One-Cent Soda Tax Gets Expensive in California

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 12:05 PM PST

Spending on ballot initiatives in two counties has drawn more money than the Senate race and votes on marijuana and gun control — combined.

Lewes Journal: Where Burning Effigies (Not Just Guy Fawkes’s) Is Part of the Fun

Posted: 06 Nov 2016 03:36 PM PST

Bonfires, blazing crosses and firecrackers are all part of the celebration in an English town that takes a centuries-old tradition very seriously.

Books of The Times: Zadie Smith’s ‘Swing Time’ Explores Friends’ Diverging Paths

Posted: 07 Nov 2016 11:46 AM PST

Ms. Smith takes on a familiar theme: how family and politics affect identity. But her portrait of a famous singer and would-be humanitarian is clumsy and tedious.

Hollywood Holiday Habits: Big Games, Small Gifts and Other Joys

Posted: 04 Nov 2016 06:00 AM PDT

Gabrielle Union and Matthew McConaughey are among those who share their seasonal memories, on and offscreen.

Related Posts :