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Farhad’s Week in Tech: HomePod Whiffs, but Elon Musk Does Not

Each Friday, Farhad Manjoo, The Times’s technology columnist, reviews the week’s news, offering analysis (and maybe a joke or two) about the most important developments in the tech industry. Want this newsletter in your inbox? Sign up here. Good morning!… Continue Reading →

Developers Seek $6 Million Tax Break for Trump-Managed Hotel

As President Trump’s family business prepares to open a hotel in the Mississippi Delta this fall, its local development partners have asked the State of Mississippi to subsidize the project with up to $6 million in tax breaks, according to… Continue Reading →

Ohio State’s Secret Weapon? An Assistant Coach

His close coaching colleagues call it “the Killer factor,” or “Killer karma.” More than one has noted, with admiration, that “championships seem to follow him around.” Steve Miller, known as Killer since his high school days in Wisconsin as an… Continue Reading →

Mike Pence Tangles With Olympian Adam Rippon Over Gay Rights Record

The 2018 Winter Olympics officially opened on Friday but the first bit of drama has already boiled over: a three-way dispute between Adam Rippon, the first openly gay American man to qualify to compete in the Winter Games; Mike Pence,… Continue Reading →

A New Shuttle Service, Minus the 1980s Frills

The announcement by American Airlines seemed to hark to another era: The airline would be adding shuttle service between New York and Chicago this spring — and serving free beer and wine, no less. But the American shuttle is a… Continue Reading →

Everybody Needs a Bit of Sparkle

PARIS — On a cold evening several weeks ago, a coterie of editors and influencers gathered around a candlelit table at the restaurant Caviar Kaspia here for a dinner party hosted by De Beers. After the finale of Champagne and… Continue Reading →

Russia, Migrants, Malala: Your Friday Briefing

(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good morning. Russia retaliates, migrants in limbo and celebrating Passover in Spain. Here’s the latest: Credit…Anton Vaganov/Reuters Låne penger i Norge

The Block Was Watching

Dear Diary: Returning home one day, I saw the bumper of my car, which was parked near my Manhattan apartment, hanging down — clearly the result of a careless sideswipe. “We saw the whole thing,” said an anonymous note on… Continue Reading →

Your Designs: Olympic Logos for Russia and the Two Koreas

As punishment for an elaborate doping scheme, athletes from Russia competing at the 2018 Winter Olympics are wearing neutral uniforms. And for the first time, North and South Korea marched together at the opening ceremony, under a unified flag. Both… Continue Reading →

New York Today: Our State of the Union

Updated, 7:26 a.m. Good morning on this snow-dusted Tuesday. President Trump will address the nation tonight in his first State of the Union speech. One question on many minds: Will he stick to the script? If all goes as planned,… Continue Reading →

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