September 5, 2018, 21:27
Colin Kaepernick, Face of NFL Protests, Is Face of New Nike Campaign Colin Kaepernick, Face of NFL Protests, Is Face of New Nike Campaign

On the eve of the N.F.L. season, Nike, one of the league’s most valued partner, begins a campaign with an athlete seen as hero to some, a pariah to others.

September 4, 2018, 3:18
Kofi Annan, Diplomat Who Redefined the U.N., Dies at 80

Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2001, he projected himself and his organization as the world’s conscience and moral arbiter, despite a series of failures and scandals.

August 18, 2018, 15:27
U.S. Open Tennis Final: Naomi Osaka Defeats Serena Williams U.S. Open Tennis Final: Naomi Osaka Defeats Serena Williams

In a match marred by arguments between Williams and the chair umpire, Osaka became Japan’s first Grand Slam singles champion.

September 8, 2018, 23:58
Neil Simon, a Master of Comedy on Broadway and Beyond, Is Dead at 91

Mr. Simon started out writing for television and later wrote for the movies, but his plays were his biggest successes, among them “The Odd Couple” and “Barefoot in the Park.”

August 26, 2018, 17:55
Colin Kaepernick’s N.F.L. Collusion Case Can Continue, Arbitrator Rules

An arbitrator determined that the quarterback’s lawyers had unearthed sufficient evidence of collusion by N.F.L. owners to keep the free-agent quarterback off the field.

August 31, 2018, 0:09
Rites of Passage: The Abortion I Almost Forgot Rites of Passage: The Abortion I Almost Forgot

When I found out I was pregnant at age 24, there was no decision to make. But even if it felt inconsequential at the time, I don’t take for granted that I had a choice.

September 19, 2018, 18:03
Feature: The Unlikely Activists Who Took On Silicon Valley — and Won

Mining personal data has become a trillion-dollar business — which is why activists are pushing laws to curb the practice, and why Facebook and other companies are desperate to stop them.

August 20, 2018, 18:07
U.S. Weighs Sanctions Against Chinese Officials Over Muslim Detention Camps U.S. Weighs Sanctions Against Chinese Officials Over Muslim Detention Camps

The economic penalties would be one of the first times the Trump administration has taken action against China on human rights violations.

September 11, 2018, 0:12
The Bugs Are Coming, and They’ll Want More of Our Food The Bugs Are Coming, and They’ll Want More of Our Food

Climate change is expected to make insect pests hungrier, which could encourage farmers to use more pesticides.

September 5, 2018, 23:47