Showing posts from November 14, 2020

China-Led Trade Pact Is Signed, in Challenge to U.S.

By BY KEITH BRADSHER AND ANA SWANSON Business The deal sealed on Sunday stands as a potent symbol of Beijing’s growing economic sway in Southeast Asia at a time of uncertainty over Washington’s economic ties with the region. New York Times International Trade and World Market, United States International Relations, Economic Conditions and Trends, Politics and Government, Trans-Pacific Partnership, International Relations, Customs (Tariff) November 15, 2020 at 06:33AM

sat late

By Unknown Author Briefing sat late New York Times November 15, 2020 at 06:12AM

Corrections: Nov. 15, 2020

By Unknown Author Corrections Corrections that appeared in print on Sunday, Nov. 15, 2020. New York Times November 15, 2020 at 05:21AM

SpaceX’s Next NASA Launch: When to Watch

By BY KENNETH CHANG Science Here’s what you need to know about four astronauts’ journey to the International Space Station on Sunday. New York Times International Space Station, Space and Astronomy, Rocket Science and Propulsion, Private Spaceflight November 15, 2020 at 05:01AM

It’s Time to Tackle the Garage

By BY PAUL STENQUIST At Home There is supposed to be room for cars and you’re probably never going to use that old paint. Here’s how to bring order to your home’s last messy place. New York Times Quarantine (Life and Culture), Content Type: Service, Waste Materials and Disposal, Lighting, Automobiles, Bicycles and Bicycling November 15, 2020 at 04:58AM

Take a Break From Political Comedy With These Podcasts

By BY PHOEBE LETT At Home Now that the election is in the rearview mirror, release the last of the tension with funny audio shows on the lighter side of things. New York Times Quarantine (Life and Culture), Podcasts, Computers and the Internet November 15, 2020 at 04:39AM

Take the Edge Off With Video Games

By BY JULIE MUNCY At Home Unlike loud, stress-inducing shoot-’em-ups, these ones are meant to calm the mind and offer moments of quiet and clarity. New York Times Quarantine (Life and Culture), Content Type: Service, Anxiety and Stress, Computer and Video Games, Art, Video Recordings, Downloads and Streaming November 15, 2020 at 04:13AM

Break the Cycle of Insomnia

By BY CATHERINE ZUCKERMAN At Home If you are not sleeping well these days, you’re not alone. New York Times Quarantine (Life and Culture), Sleep, Insomnia, Anxiety and Stress, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), Psychology and Psychologists, Mental Health and Disorders, Meditation November 15, 2020 at 03:52AM

Not Traveling for the Holidays? ReLAX With an Airport-Related Game

By BY SAM VON EHREN, ANDREW DORE AND VERONICA YUROVSKY At Home Airport codes will finish the Thanksgiving-themed phrases, and the boarding passes reveal a secret image and holiday message. New York Times Quarantine (Life and Culture), Airports, Thanksgiving Day, Holidays and Special Occasions, Puzzles November 15, 2020 at 03:38AM

Cook Up Some Scallion Pancakes or Horror Stories

By BY ADRIANA BALSAMO AND KATHERINE CUSUMANO At Home Spend the week getting swept up in classic dance, admiring a sloth or listening to Soccer Mommy. New York Times Quarantine (Life and Culture), Dancing, Culture (Arts), Art, Writing and Writers, Music, Books and Literature, Cooking and Cookbooks, Theater, Museums, Pancakes, Poetry and Poets, Handicrafts, Scallions November 15, 2020 at 03:21AM

Quotation of the Day: States Aren’t Ready to Distribute Shots

By Unknown Author Today’s Paper Quotation of the Day for Sunday, November 15, 2020. New York Times November 15, 2020 at 03:05AM

Disappearance and Death of Louisiana Teen Raises Questions About Police Response

By BY MARIE FAZIO U.S. Quawan Charles was found dead in a field in rural Louisiana days after he had vanished. Now his family is asking whether his death could have been prevented with a faster response. New York Times Black People, Search and Seizure, Missing Persons, Children and Childhood, Race and Ethnicity, Autopsies, Photography, Amber Alert, Kidnapping and Hostages, Civil Rights Movement (1954-68) November 15, 2020 at 02:04AM

Dustin Johnson Widens Masters Lead and Eyes Scoring Record

By BY BILL PENNINGTON Sports The No. 1-ranked golfer played in one lead-up event before the Masters after a positive coronavirus test felled him in October. Despite the rust, he leads the field by four strokes after three rounds. New York Times Golf, Masters Golf Tournament November 15, 2020 at 01:14AM

Largely Out of Sight in Washington, Kamala Harris Preps for White House

By BY MICHAEL CROWLEY U.S. Ms. Harris has barely appeared on the public radar since her acceptance speech last Saturday in Wilmington, Del., where she declared “a new day for America.” New York Times Vice Presidents and Vice Presidency (US), Presidential Election of 2020, United States Politics and Government, Presidential Transition (US) November 15, 2020 at 12:39AM

Masters Mentorship Puts Tournament Rookies on Top

By BY ALAN BLINDER Sports On Saturday, 14 first-timers made the rain-delayed cut, a Masters record. Many of them benefited from pretournament sessions with seasoned Masters veterans. New York Times Golf, Masters Golf Tournament November 15, 2020 at 12:10AM

In Hong Kong, refusing to take coronavirus tests could lead to jail time.

By BY ELAINE YU World New York Times internal-essential November 14, 2020 at 06:32PM