Showing posts from January 13, 2020

Democratic Super PAC Books First TV Ads in $150 Million Anti-Trump Push

By BY SHANE GOLDMACHER U.S. The ad campaign from Priorities USA will begin appearing on television in Wisconsin next month, and in Florida, Pennsylvania and Michigan in March. New York Times Political Advertising, Presidential Election of 2020, Online Advertising, Television, Political Action Committees, Primaries and Caucuses January 14, 2020 at 05:00AM

Grindr and OkCupid Spread Personal Details, Study Says

By Unknown Author Business Norwegian research raises questions about whether certain ways of sharing of information violate data privacy laws in Europe and the United States. New York Times Mobile Applications, Data-Mining and Database Marketing, Privacy, Online Dating, Online Advertising, Consumer Protection, Homosexuality and Bisexuality, Regulation and Deregulation of Industry January 14, 2020 at 04:59AM

Your Tuesday Briefing

By BY MIKE IVES AND SOFIA MITRA-THAKUR Briefing Iran, trade, Harry and Meghan: Here’s what you need to know. New York Times January 14, 2020 at 04:56AM

Quotation of the Day: Airborne Toxins May Have Shaped Our Evolution

By Unknown Author Today’s Paper Quotation of the Day for Tuesday, January 14, 2020. New York Times January 14, 2020 at 04:37AM

Corrections: Jan. 14, 2020

By Unknown Author Corrections Corrections that appeared in print on Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020. New York Times January 14, 2020 at 04:32AM

Los comerciantes de la sed

By BY PETER SCHWARTZSTEIN en Español En Nepal y en muchos otros países, como Bolivia e India, las empresas privadas de camiones cisterna se han beneficiado de la escasez de agua. New York Times Shortages, Water, Infrastructure (Public Works), Urban Areas, Aquifers, Poverty, Privatization, Global Warming, Water Pollution January 14, 2020 at 03:32AM

Feline in an Internet Meme

By BY DEB AMLEN Crosswords & Games The Sunday Times of London crossword editor, Peter Biddlecombe, tackles Jim Peredo’s puzzle. New York Times Crossword Puzzles January 14, 2020 at 03:00AM

Republicans Rule Out Outright Dismissal of Impeachment Charges

By BY NICHOLAS FANDOS U.S. Rank-and-file senators and party leaders made clear on Monday that even if they wanted to pursue dismissal, the votes simply were not there to succeed — at least not at the outset of the trial. New York Times United States Politics and Government, Presidential Election of 2020, Trump-Ukraine Whistle-Blower Complaint and Impeachment Inquiry, Impeachment, Ethics and Official Misconduct January 14, 2020 at 02:50AM

What We Know About the Houston Astros’ Sign-Stealing Scandal

By BY NEIL VIGDOR Sports The team fired its manager, A.J. Hinch, and general manager, Jeff Luhnow, just after Major League Baseball handed them one-year suspensions. New York Times Baseball, Coaches and Managers, Cheating, World Series, Appointments and Executive Changes January 14, 2020 at 02:26AM

Subway Arrests Investigated Over Claims People of Color Are Targeted

By BY ASHLEY SOUTHALL New York New York’s attorney general said she would examine whether policing in the transit system was tainted by bias. New York Times Discrimination, Race and Ethnicity, Subways January 14, 2020 at 02:09AM

Siete días de enero: así llevó Trump a Estados Unidos e Irán al borde de la guerra

By BY PETER BAKER, RONEN BERGMAN, DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK, JULIAN E. BARNES AND ALISSA J. RUBIN en Español La historia de esa semana, y la planificación secreta de los meses anteriores, es el capítulo más peligroso en los tres años de mandato del presidente Trump hasta ahora. New York Times United States Defense and Military Forces, United States International Relations, Targeted Killings, Diplomatic Service, Embassies and Consulates, Drones (Pilotless Planes), Military Bases and Installations January 14, 2020 at 01:46AM

In Paris, Even the Ballet Dancers Are on Strike

By BY MADISON MAINWARING Arts Paris Opera Ballet performers now retire at 42 with a full pension. France, which wants to tighten retirement rules for everyone, has walked back its original proposals, but no one is happy. New York Times Pensions and Retirement Plans, Dancing, Strikes, Organized Labor January 14, 2020 at 01:44AM

Technology, Once the Astros’ Ally, Helps Do Them In

By BY TYLER KEPNER Sports Jeff Luhnow built a powerhouse in Houston by trying to gain every edge possible. In the end, he pushed the envelope too far. New York Times Baseball, Coaches and Managers, Cheating January 14, 2020 at 01:44AM

Elizabeth Warren Is the Democrats’ Unity Candidate

By BY MICHELLE GOLDBERG Opinion Her nomination would offer the best hope of bringing together the party’s warring factions. New York Times Presidential Election of 2020, United States Politics and Government, Primaries and Caucuses, Polls and Public Opinion, Voting and Voters, Presidential Election of 2016 January 14, 2020 at 12:52AM

Wisconsin Elections Leaders in Contempt; Told to Purge 200,000 Voters from Rolls

By BY MITCH SMITH U.S. A conservative group says removing names is merely following existing rules. Liberals say the move is aimed at dropping Democrats before the 2020 election. New York Times Voter Registration and Requirements, Presidential Election of 2020, Suits and Litigation (Civil) January 14, 2020 at 12:43AM

A Step-by-Step Guide to Trump’s Impeachment Trial

By BY NICHOLAS FANDOS U.S. When the House votes to send articles of impeachment to the Senate, it sets off a series of choreographed steps — some well-defined, others up for debate — that will shape the Senate trial. New York Times United States Politics and Government, Trump-Ukraine Whistle-Blower Complaint and Impeachment Inquiry, Impeachment, Courts and the Judiciary January 14, 2020 at 12:40AM

Impeachment Briefing: Selecting the Managers

By BY NOAH WEILAND U.S. How both sides are choosing the people who will make their case before the Senate. New York Times Trump-Ukraine Whistle-Blower Complaint and Impeachment Inquiry January 14, 2020 at 12:25AM

Prosecutor Sues Her Own City Under a Law Passed to Fight the K.K.K.

By BY RICHARD A. OPPEL JR. U.S. Kimberly Gardner, the top prosecutor in St. Louis, who is under investigation herself, is accusing city officials of a “racially motivated conspiracy” to stop her from doing her job. New York Times Suits and Litigation (Civil), Minorities, Civil Rights and Liberties, Perjury January 14, 2020 at 12:21AM

Cory Booker Has More to Say

By BY THE EDITORIAL BOARD Opinion Senator Booker interviews for The New York Times’s endorsement. New York Times Presidential Election of 2020 January 14, 2020 at 12:14AM

At Globalfest, Rowdy Sounds From Around the World

By BY JON PARELES Arts The event’s 17th edition was a raucous, invigorating showcase of musicians demanding international attention. New York Times Music, Globalfest January 14, 2020 at 12:04AM

You Make Iowans Snooze, You Lose

By BY ROBERT LEONARD Opinion We don’t care about Biden’s electability. We want excitement. New York Times Presidential Election of 2020, Primaries and Caucuses, Debates (Political), Polls and Public Opinion January 14, 2020 at 12:00AM

Bill to End Religious Exemptions for Vaccinations Collapses in N.J.

By BY TRACEY TULLY New York The proposal had been one of the nation’s broadest, but it came under intense criticism from vaccine skeptics. New York Times Law and Legislation, Freedom of Religion, Private and Sectarian Schools, Education (K-12), Vaccination and Immunization, State Legislatures January 13, 2020 at 11:45PM

France Agrees to Small Troop Increase, but Little Else, at Sahel Summit

By BY ADAM NOSSITER World President Emmanuel Macron and five African leaders agreed that French troops would remain in the fight against Islamist militants. New York Times Defense and Military Forces, Terrorism January 13, 2020 at 11:37PM

Lesson of the Day: ‘100 Years Ago, the Booziest January Suddenly Dried Up’

By BY JEREMY ENGLE The Learning Network In this lesson, students will learn about Prohibition and how we can apply the lessons of this era today. New York Times January 13, 2020 at 09:00AM

Desperate Residents Ignore Dangers of Philippine Volcano and Return Home

By BY JASON GUTIERREZ AND JES AZNAR World The perilous situation did not deter some people from returning to their homes after they initially fled to safety amid warnings of a “violent tsunami.” New York Times Volcanoes, Evacuations and Evacuees, Airlines and Airplanes January 13, 2020 at 08:46AM

As Joe Burrow Spoke of Hunger, His Hometown Felt the Lift

By BY BILLY WITZ Sports The L.S.U. quarterback’s comments after winning the Heisman Trophy resonated with a region that struggles with poverty. New York Times January 13, 2020 at 08:00AM

Expand Penn Station? Fight With Trump Stalls Tunnels to Get There

By BY PATRICK MCGEEHAN AND CHRISTINA GOLDBAUM New York Governor Andrew Cuomo seems to have lost patience and is proposing new tracks at the transit hub, even if modern rail tunnels are not built. New York Times Infrastructure (Public Works), Politics and Government, Commuting, Transit Systems, Hudson River Tunnels Project, Railroads, Transportation January 13, 2020 at 08:00AM

Away’s Former C.E.O. Is Returning as Co-Chief

By BY ANDREW ROSS SORKIN Business Former employees of the luggage start-up told a tech website that Steph Korey had created a toxic culture. She stepped aside. But now, she says that was a mistake. New York Times Appointments and Executive Changes, Social Media, Luggage and Packing, Customer Relations, Start-ups January 13, 2020 at 08:00AM

Word + Quiz: atoll

By BY THE LEARNING NETWORK The Learning Network This word has appeared in 27 articles on in the past year. New York Times January 13, 2020 at 07:00AM