Headlines from America

HuffPost, Breaking From Its Roots, Ends Unpaid Contributions

9 hours 15 min ago
The site was an early example of amateur journalism online, but it will dissolve its self-publishing platform in an attempt to minimize unverified stories.

A Mother’s Promise: You Can Be Yourself

9 hours 43 min ago
Laurin’s husband was an activist. Her son chose to be brave in his own way.

The Carpetbagger: Why James Franco Could Easily Get a Best Actor Nomination

9 hours 57 min ago
The star of “The Disaster Artist” faces accusations of sexually exploitative behavior, but the news broke after many academy members had already voted.

Souring World Views of Trump Open Doors for China and Russia

10 hours 3 min ago
A Gallup survey of people in 134 countries found that just 30 percent approved of American leadership under President Trump, a drop of nearly 20 points.

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Can Democrats Follow #MeToo to Victory?

10 hours 38 min ago
Maybe, but the path forward is an obstacle course.

New York Today: New York Today: Street Philosophy

10 hours 43 min ago
Thursday: Philosophers talk to the public, the New York Jewish Film Festival and milder weather.

Op-Ed Columnist: A Modest Immigration Proposal: Ban Jews

10 hours 56 min ago
Those in favor of selective admission to our country should heed the lessons of a century ago.

Bus Fire Kills 52 Uzbeks Traveling in Kazakhstan: Kazakh Government

10 hours 58 min ago
A bus fire in northwestern Kazakhstan killed 52 Uzbek citizens on a route used by migrant workers heading to Russia, the Kazakh Interior Ministry said on Thursday.

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The El Salvador Tragedy

10 hours 58 min ago
The president’s decision to expel 200,000 Salvadorans who received temporary protected status in 2001 is cruel and self-defeating.

After the Apologies, Restaurants Struggle to Change

11 hours 13 min ago
Four employers accused of sexual harassment have stepped away from their empires. But for the companies, the hard part is what happens next.

Best of Late Night: Samantha Bee Weighs In on the Claims Against Aziz Ansari

11 hours 30 min ago
Ms. Bee said that Mr. Ansari, the actor and author of “Modern Romance: An Investigation,” ought to have noticed if he was making his date uncomfortable.

In the Great Lakes, They’re Battling Ice, and Time. Take a Look.

11 hours 43 min ago
With temperatures dipping, ice accumulating, and a deadline looming to close locks, ships race in January to get where they are going on the Great Lakes.

Feature: Fear of the Federal Government in the Ranchlands of Oregon

11 hours 43 min ago
Two years after the standoff at the Malheur Refuge, many people in the region remain convinced that their way of life is being trampled.

Fiction: Knausgaard’s Seasonal Book Series Continues With a Wintry Mix

11 hours 43 min ago
The essays in “Winter” have a characteristically Scandinavian focus on darkness, snow, quiet, emptiness and depression.

How to Plan a Last-Minute Trip to the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang

13 hours 32 min ago
It’s not too late to plan a trip to the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. Here’s how to score a cheap flight, find a place to stay, and catch the games.

How to Maintain Friendships

Wed, 01/17/2018 - 23:45
Keeping cherished friendships afloat doesn’t need to be a huge time commitment.

On the Runway: Alexander Wang Is Leaving New York Fashion Week

Wed, 01/17/2018 - 22:48
He is the latest in a string of high-profile New York designers to depart the official schedule. Here’s why you should care.

Trump Hands Out ‘Fake News Awards,’ Sans the Red Carpet

Wed, 01/17/2018 - 21:33
President Trump made good on his promise to honor the media’s “most corrupt & biased,” delivering his awards in a blog post.

Europe Edition: Angela Merkel, Brexit, Winter Olympics: Your Thursday Briefing

Wed, 01/17/2018 - 21:13
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

After 950 Years, the Bayeux Tapestry Is Set to Be Displayed in Britain

Wed, 01/17/2018 - 21:06
The 11-century treasure, which depicts the Norman Conquest of Britain, has been moved very few times in its history.