Trump National Security Strategy Sees U.S. Confronting China and Russia

The strategy the president plans to outline Monday is at odds with his often-warm relations with the leaders of China and Russia. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News […]

New York Today: New York Today: History in a Holiday Window

Monday: A peek behind holiday decorations, the most creative latkes in our city, and festive windows by the numbers. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

Republican Party, Atlanta Airport, Carolina Panthers: Your Monday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

Mayor: Fire behind power outage, cause unknown

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed gives an update on the power outage that put the world’s busiest airport in the dark for several hours. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this […]

Stranded travelers describe airport as 'completely pitch black'

Travelers stranded on planes on the tarmac for hours. Darkness in the terminal. Passengers guiding their cautious steps by the flashlights on their phones. (…) Read more > Continue Reading […]

Power restored to Atlanta's international airport but thousands of commuters stranded after flights canceled

A power outage at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport left thousands of passengers at the world’s busiest airport stranded in the dark on Sunday and grounded incoming and outgoing planes indefinitely. […]

‘The Last Jedi’: 6 Burning Questions (and Answers) Before You Watch

What is a porg, how did Leia become a general and what happened in the last movie? (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

Don’t Waste Your Time With Bad Resolutions. This Is How to Do Them Right.

Welcome to the latest edition of the Smarter Living newsletter. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

How to Be a Better Traveler: Tips From 2017

This year, the Travel section covered a variety of topics to help you save time, money and your sanity while on the road. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this […]

The Top 10 Well Stories of 2017

Having a positive outlook and taking steps to keep their bodies healthy were among our readers’ favorite subjects of the year. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

Editorial: Will New York Cut Off the Fuel for Corruption?

The City Council has hesitated to give a regulator the power that let it crack down mob garbage haulers. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

Editorial: A Way to Help Refugees From Puerto Rico

A group supported by The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund helps those who fled the devastation to start a new life in New York. (…) Read more > Continue […]

Editorial: The Spiraling Diaspora From Puerto Rico

“Yo no me quito” — “I’m not quitting” — some still vow, but many are fleeing in desperation. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

Review: Mark Rylance Returns to Broadway as a Mad Monarch to Cherish

In Claire van Kampen’s strange, enchanting “Farinelli and the King,” from Shakespeare’s Globe in London, music hath charms to spare. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

John McCain, Fighting Brain Cancer, Likely to Miss Vote on Tax Overhaul

Mr. McCain’s office said he had returned to Arizona, though President Trump said the senator would come back to Washington if his vote was needed. (…) Read more > Continue […]