India’s ATMs Are Running Out of Cash. Again. India’s ATMs Are Running Out of Cash. Again.

The shortage, caused by government policies, poses a challenge for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was also responsible for India’s last cash crisis.

today, 0:30
In the N.B.A., a Game of Clothes Horse In the N.B.A., a Game of Clothes Horse

Arena arrivals have long been a fashion runway for N.B.A. superstars. But before a playoff game on Friday, the Cleveland Cavaliers took things to a new level, wearing coordinated ensembles by the designer Thom Browne.

today, 2:42
Michael Cohen, North Korea, Avicii: Your Friday Evening Briefing Michael Cohen, North Korea, Avicii: Your Friday Evening Briefing

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

today, 0:13
Open Thread: Let’s Talk About History Open Thread: Let’s Talk About History

News in style books, answering a reader’s questions about trends and remembering the tragic Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh.

yesterday, 23:30
First, Final Exams. Then, Hopefully, the Stanley Cup Finals. First, Final Exams. Then, Hopefully, the Stanley Cup Finals.

The Bruins’ Ryan Donato remains a student at Harvard as the team continues its N.H.L. playoff run.

today, 3:23
material culture: Who Bought Sylvia Plath’s Stuff?

A tartan kilt, fishing rod and dragon pendant were among items auctioned recently by the poet’s daughter, Frieda Hughes.

today, 12:00
Nicaragua Roiled by Protests Over Social Security Benefits Nicaragua Roiled by Protests Over Social Security Benefits

At least three people, including a police officer, have been killed in three days of sometimes violent demonstrations.

yesterday, 23:36
Gaza Protest Draws Fewer People but Remains Deadly Gaza Protest Draws Fewer People but Remains Deadly

Among four reported killed by Israeli snipers was a 15-year-old boy. Israel’s defense minister said there were less people but more “terror activity.”

today, 0:10
Suspects in Attack on Ex-Spy Are in Russia, U.K. Newspaper Reports Suspects in Attack on Ex-Spy Are in Russia, U.K. Newspaper Reports

Investigators identified the suspects by scanning flight manifests for passengers entering and exiting Britain, The Daily Telegraph reported. The police would not confirm the report.

today, 1:57
Pacers Rally to Take a Series Lead Over the Cavaliers Pacers Rally to Take a Series Lead Over the Cavaliers

Cleveland lost for the first time this season after leading at the end of the third quarter.

today, 5:59