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Today β€” November 17th 2019NYT HomePage

Colin Kaepernick Moves Workout Amid Dispute With the N.F.L.

By Ken Belson

Kaepernick was set to try out in front of several scouts at the Atlanta Falcons’ practice facility, but, he said, the league denied his request to allow media access.

In Louisiana, a Vote for Governor and a Test for Trump

By Rick Rojas and Jeremy Alford

John Bel Edwards of Louisiana, a rare Democratic governor in the South, is hoping to hold on. His opponent, Eddie Rispone, is relying on President Trump’s popularity.

β€˜The Report’ and the Untold Story of a Senate-C.I.A. Conflict

By Mark Mazzetti and Scott Shane

The Adam Driver film dramatizes a contentious investigation into post-9/11 torture. But it leaves out a tense episode that could have buried the results altogether.

We Spent the Night at a Bodega and Wrote It All Down

By Julia Rothman and Shaina Feinberg

Eight hours, 322 sales, two cops, one America’s Next Top Model, and one very persistent drug dealer.

Yesterday β€” November 16th 2019NYT HomePage

In Bolivia, Interim Leader Sets Conservative, Religious Tone

By Anatoly Kurmanaev

The leader, Jeanine Añez, promised to unify a nation in turmoil. But her initial steps, taking the country rightward and injecting religious themes, risk deepening the divide.

San Diego Shooting: Man Kills Estranged Wife and Her 3 Sons, Officials Say

By Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs

A man shot and killed his estranged wife and her three young sons, a city official said. An 11-year-old boy was wounded.

Opportunity Zones β€” for Billionaires

By The Editorial Board

A federal tax break intended to draw investment to lower-income areas has become one more way for the rich to avoid paying taxes.

Republicans, the Real Chickens of Kiev

By Maureen Dowd

A bad day for the president, from Roger Stone’s criminal conviction to Marie Yovanovitch’s moral conviction.

New Statue Unsettles Italian City: Is It Celebrating a Poet or a Nationalist?

By Jason Horowitz

Boasting a proud literary pedigree, Trieste is populated with statues. But none has provoked passions like that of Gabriele d’Annunzio, who inspired Fascism and briefly ruled his own state last century.

Are There Benefits to Chlorophyll Supplements?

By Dawn MacKeen

“Chlorophyll, more like bore-ophyll.”

I Changed My Body for My Sport. No Girl Should.

By Lauren Fleshman

Women and girls are no longer content just to have a chance to play; we are demanding that sports be rebuilt altogether.

When the Judge Became the Defendant

By Ellen Barry

Judge Shelley Joseph, charged with obstruction of justice and accused of helping an undocumented immigrant escape detention, has signaled she will risk a trial.