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Checkout this section for curated News, Articles & Videos published worldwide by The New York Times, an American newspaper based in New York City with worldwide influence and readership.

News  »  Sports  /  Baseball

Albert Pujols and Miguel Cabrera Address Their Futures

Albert Pujols and Miguel Cabrera, two of the greatest hitters in baseball history, will be back for 2021. Whenever they retire, they will leave an enormous vo...


Derek Khan, Onetime Stylist for Hip-Hop Stars, Dies at 63

He was an architect of the over-the-top look known as “ghetto fabulous.” Later, unable to support his own lavish lifestyle, he fell from gra...


News  »  World  /  US & Canada

A Supreme Court Test for What’s Left of the Voting Rights Act

While state legislatures consider new voting restrictions to address claims of election fraud, the justices will hear arguments on what kind of legal scrutiny such laws should fa...


News  »  World  /  Europe

African-American Sacrifice in the Killing Fields of France

They fought and died as heroes for their country in World War I, only for segregation to persi...


News  »  World  /  US & Canada

Manhole Explosion in Manhattan Injures 3, Officials Say

The explosion damaged cars and storefronts and caused power failures on Manhattan’s East Side, the authorities sa...


News  »  World

Texas Storms

Texas' Recent Storm Eyed as Possible Supersprea...


News  »  World  /  Europe

Olympians Enter a Risky New Event: Vaccine Line Jumping

Some nations are prioritizing Olympians for vaccinations. Others say athletes will wait their turn. The choices could determine if the Tokyo Games are a sporting spectacle, or a super-spreader eve...


News  »  World  /  Europe

Salvaged From 1941 Shipwreck, Letters Reveal Wartime Love and ...

For over 70 years, the letters lay undisturbed in the wreckage of the S.S. Gairsoppa, sheltered from the ravages of ocean currents by well-positioned mail bags. Now, conservators are piecing together these undelivered messages from the pa...


News  »  World  /  US & Canada

Bukele, Combative but Popular, May Tighten Grip in El Salvador...

Nayib Bukele, who has drawn criticism abroad for his strongman displays, is expected to expand his mandate in legislative elections that could deliver his party a decisive victo...


News  »  World  /  Europe

The Ugly Divorce Between Britain and Brussels Is Just Getting ...

As trade disputes pile up, the blame game evident in the early months of the split suits domestic political needs on both sid...


¿A qué suena el alma de Guatemala?

Las creaciones del compositor, inventor y escritor guatemalteco Joaquín Orellana son el tema de la exposición ‘The Spine of Music’ de la Americas Socie...


News  »  Business

The Week in Business: A Snag in the Fight for $15

Democrats may lose their fight to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour as part of their sweeping stimulus packa...


News  »  Science  /  Environment

The City Where Cars Are Not Welcome

As automakers promise to get rid of internal combustion engines, Heidelberg is trying to get rid of aut...


News  »  Technology

Seniors Seeking Vaccines Have a Problem: They Can’t Use the In...

Older adults living alone often lack access or an understanding of technology, and many are unsure how to sign up for an appointme...


Spike Lee’s Children Are This Year’s Golden Globe Ambassadors

Jackson Lewis Lee and Satchel Lee are the first Black siblings selected to represent “Hollywood’s next generatio...


News  »  World  /  US & Canada

At CPAC, a Golden Image, a Magic Wand and Reverence for Trump

The faithful who flocked to the annual conference of conservatives made it clear that their allegiance was to the former president far more than to the Republican Par...