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September 18, 2018

Brett Kavanaugh, Yusaku Maezawa, Emmy Awards: Your Tuesday News Briefing
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.... More >>

California Today: California Today: Emmys Reflect Industry Tensions in 2018
Tuesday: “Game of Thrones” and “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” win top awards, Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford will testify, and tech C.E.O.s show off their musical skills.... More >>

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Hearing Set for Monday to Hear Kavanaugh and His Accuser
Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court nominee, said he is willing to talk to the Senate Judiciary Committee about accusations from a woman who said he sexually assaulted her when they were teenagers.... More >>

Echoes of Anita Hill, but in a Different Era for Women
Now it is Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh who faces a hearing to address explosive accusations by Christine Blasey Ford that he sexually assaulted her when they were teenagers.... More >>

China Once Looked Tough on Trade. Now Its Options Are Dwindling.
China said it will impose tariffs on another $60 billion of U.S. imports. But Beijing is running out of American goods to target as the trade war intensifies.... More >>

Republicans Opposing Trump on Trade Face Election Quandary
Many party leaders in Washington like tax cuts but dislike tariffs. Few Americans share that combination of views.... More >>

Trump Hits China With Tariffs on $200 Billion in Goods, Escalating Trade War
The president said the tariffs, which will hit everyday consumer products, will go into effect on Sept. 24.... More >>

Rivers Keep Rising and More Deaths Are Feared as Florence Pushes Away
Record-breaking rains pushed rivers over their banks and people were still being rescued, even as the remnants of Hurricane Florence move out. At least 32 people have been killed.... More >>

Before and After Florence: See the Impact of the Storm
These videos and photos show the toll of the hurricane-force winds and heavy rains across North Carolina.... More >>

Claire McCaskill Is in a Rugged Political Fight. She’s Survived Them Before.
The Missouri senator is in a neck-and-neck race to keep a crucial seat in Democratic hands, facing criticism from her opponent that she’s a Washington insider.... More >>

Fans of Ranked Voting See an Opportunity in Massachusetts
After a recount, Lori Trahan won a 10-person primary with less than 21 percent of the vote, far from a majority, which some say is undemocratic.... More >>

Trump’s Growing Legal Team Has a Problem: It’s Operating Partly in the Dark
The president’s lawyers are struggling to understand where the investigations surrounding him are going, and the extent of his legal exposure.... More >>

Emmys Briefing: Emmys 2018: ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Win Big Awards
It’s a tie: HBO and Netflix won 23 Emmys each. And it was a big night for Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” which took five more awards.... More >>

Emmys 2018: Watch the Highlights
Here are the best moments from the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards.... More >>

Critic’s Notebook: The Emmys Joked About TV’s Lack of Diversity, and Then Demonstrated It
The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards were defined by an overwhelmingly white group of winners and a preponderance of bad ideas and feeble writing.... More >>

Putin Calls Downing of Russian Plane in Syria ‘Tragic,’ Absolves Israel
Tensions briefly flared after the plane was destroyed by Syrian antiaircraft missiles that were countering Israeli warplanes striking targets in Syria.... More >>

Anita Hill: How to Get the Kavanaugh Hearings Right
The Senate Judiciary Committee has a chance to do better by the country than it did nearly three decades ago.... More >>

Why America Needs to Hear Brett Kavanaugh’s Accuser
The Senate is right to reopen hearings on his Supreme Court confirmation after Christine Blasey Ford’s claim of sexual assault.... More >>

The Conversation: Should Brett Kavanaugh Withdraw?
The political interest of the country might be better served with a nominee who didn’t have to be confirmed under a cloud of suspicion.... More >>

What I Saw When I Rode Out Florence
A storm’s violence, and its aftermath.... More >>

Boys Will Be Supreme Court Justices
Kavanaugh’s accuser is credible. Will it matter?... More >>

Kavanaugh and the Politics of Bad Faith
Why the modern G.O.P. keeps abandoning principles it claims to honor.... More >>

A Dress Rehearsal for Our Deaths
Yom Kippur asks us to look our mortality in the face. Can we sustain the stare?... More >>

Fixes: A Crazy, Murky System for Pricing H.I.V. Drugs
H.I.V. therapy in America costs hundreds of times what the same therapy costs elsewhere. But that may be starting to change.... More >>

The Decline and Fall of New York City Ballet
Once among the city's greatest cultural institutions, George Balanchine’s creation lost its way under his successor, Peter Martins.... More >>

The Federal Agency That Fuels the Opioid Crisis
The Drug Enforcement Administration has proved itself incompetent for decades.... More >>

The Supreme Court Needs Term Limits
They would make the current system fairer — and tone down the intensity of the confirmation process.... More >>

The U.S. Can’t Punish the Palestinians Into Negotiating
Diplomacy as coercion goes against everything American foreign policy stands for.... More >>

Trump Is Making America Great Again
Just not the way he thinks.... More >>

Tech Fix: The iPhone XS and XS Max Review: Bigger Is Now Definitely Better
Apple’s new smartphones start at $999 and $1,099, but their superb cameras and screens make them worth the high prices, our reviewer writes.... More >>

The 52 Places Traveler: The 52 Places Traveler: In Lucerne, Kindness Trumps the (Stunning) Views
Lucerne, Switzerland, is best known — rightly so — for its mountains, lake and views. What sticks with me most, though, is the pervasive sense of hospitality and human kindness I found there.... More >>

Alan Abel, Hoaxer Extraordinaire, Is (on Good Authority) Dead at 94
A professional trickster, Mr. Abel gleefully hoodwinked the American public time and again, even convincing The Times in 1980 that he had died.... More >>

Trump Orders Russia Investigation Documents Be Declassified
The decision was the latest example of Mr. Trump siding with congressional allies over law enforcement officials, who have said the move could endanger national security.... More >>

Myanmar’s ‘Gravest Crimes’ Against Rohingya Demand Action, U.N. Says
A new report detailing a litany of alleged atrocities calls for heavy sanctions and the complete overhaul of the country’s military.... More >>

In North Korea, Shouts for Reunification and Peace Greet South’s Leader
Highly choreographed crowds lined the streets of Pyongyang, the capital, as a car carried the two Koreas’ leaders to their third summit meeting.... More >>

With a Submarine, Japan Sends a Message in the South China Sea
A Japanese submarine participated in war games in the crucial waters and is now visiting Vietnam, signaling a more assertive pushback against China.... More >>

Merger of Cigna and Express Scripts Gets Approval From Justice Dept.
The takeover of one of the nation’s largest pharmacy benefit manager by a big health insurer is expected to close by the end of the year.... More >>

Colombia Struck a Peace Deal With Guerrillas, but Many Return to Arms
Former FARC fighters — unable to adapt to civilian life and threatened by paramilitaries — are joining dissident groups, endangering peace in Colombia.... More >>

Facebook Accused of Allowing Bias Against Women in Job Ads
A case filed with federal regulators says the company’s targeting technology is used to screen out female candidates in violation of the law.... More >>

Philippines Dispatch: Philippine Miners Trapped in Typhoon: Drawn by Gold, Drowned in Mud
Dozens of people who eked out a living at a small-scale mine were killed when Typhoon Mangkhut’s drenching rains unleashed a landslide in their mountain community.... More >>

More ‘Gridlock Alert Days’: Don’t Even Think of Driving in Manhattan
In the latest sign of worsening traffic, the city expands its congestion warning system beyond the holiday season to get more drivers off the roads.... More >>

The Mistakes We Make When Moving
How to make sure breakables like dishes and that leg lamp make it to your new home intact.... More >>

3 Tips to Have Better Conversations
Be genuine. Be interested. And stop hogging the conversation.... More >>

Registry: Gifts That Help Slow the Pace
Planning a wedding and getting married is stressful and exhausting; give a gift that helps make post-wedding time off more relaxing.... More >>

What to Cook: What to Cook This Week
Make food for yourself and for others, whether it’s something as comforting as firehouse chili gumbo or as simple as spaghetti with fried eggs.... More >>

An Art-World Lion Finds a Den in a Midcentury Landmark
In the studio with the painter Peter Halley as he prepares for his “punky” and personal installation in Manhattan’s Lever House.... More >>

Review: Tom Arnold’s ‘Trump Tapes’ Blows Smoke With No Smoking Gun
In his new Viceland show, Tom Arnold is the latest media star to tease the existence of One Tape To Rule Them All.... More >>

Best of Late Night: Seth Meyers Skewers Trump Over Paul Manafort’s Plea Deal
“Manafort on Friday struck a deal to cooperate with the Mueller investigation,” Mr. Meyers said. “And then Trump struck a door, two walls and Eric.”... More >>

‘The Franks’ Will Rework Their Brooklyn Restaurant Empire
The team behind Frankies 457 Spuntino plan to add a slice shop with a Long Island pizza star; a natural wine bar; and a dining room that takes reservations.... More >>

Europe’s Triumphs and Troubles Are Written in Swiss Ice
Pollen frozen in ice in the Alps traces Europe’s calamities, since the time Macbeth ruled Scotland.... More >>

The New Health Care: Can Paying for a Health Problem as a Whole, Not Piece by Piece, Save Medicare Money?
A program called bundled payments appears promising, but we need more rigorous evaluations.... More >>

Are Music Festivals to Blame for Overdose Deaths?
The deaths of two young people in Australia have renewed a debate over drug policy. Some encourage canceling events, while others suggest initiatives to make drug use safer.... More >>

Personal Health: The Risks to Children From Adults Who Smoke
Even if smokers don’t light up in the presence of children, residue on objects can cause harm.... More >>

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