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What to Do With a Day Off

By Tim Herrera

Step one: Give yourself permission to actually take the day off.

  • January 20th 2020 at 06:04

New York Times Editorial Board Endorses Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren

By Lisa Lerer

The decision to endorse two candidates was a significant break with convention. The board said it reflected the Democratic Party’s “radical” and “realist” models.

β€˜Chewing Gum Tycoon’ of Lotte Group, Shin Kyuk-ho, Dies at 98

By Choe Sang-Hun

Mr. Shin transformed a small business in postwar Tokyo into ​a ​corporate giant spanning South Korea and Japan.

Mentioning Trump and K.K.K. in Same Sentence, Biden Condemns Hate

By Stephanie Saul

On his first campaign stop for the Martin Luther King holiday in South Carolina, Joe Biden denounced the president in some of his strongest language yet.

Yellow or Blue? In Hong Kong, Businesses Choose Political Sides

By Hannah Beech and Lam Yik Fei

Shops and restaurants are now being labeled either yellow, to note support for the city’s protest movement, or blue, in support of the police. The move is having a big economic impact.

The Agitated M.L.K. I Came to Love

By Charles M. Blow

We’ve come to know a more complex King, one who reacted realistically to white backlash.

The Big Ask of Black Voters: Trust the Government

By Astead W. Herndon

Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg are trying to woo older black voters with policy. Those policies may be why they’re struggling to win their support.

Venezuela Opposition Leader Defies Travel Ban to Woo Support Abroad

By Julie Turkewitz and Anatoly Kurmanaev

Juan Guaidó, the leader of the opposition, left the country in a risky move that could land him in jail. He is seeking much-needed leverage against President Nicolás Maduro.

The Trial That Would Be a Template

By Peter Baker

Twenty-one years ago, President Bill Clinton was brought up on charges of high crimes and misdemeanors. But there were some big differences from what President Trump now faces.

Australian Open 2020: What to Expect

By Ben Rothenberg

The reigning champions, Naomi Osaka and Novak Djokovic, have been playing well, but there is a lot of potential for drama.

Help! A Hurricane Destroyed Our House and We Can’t Afford That Vacation Anymore

By Sarah Firshein

In this week’s Tripped Up column, Sarah Firshein investigates how a family in the Bahamas can recover vacation funds to rebuild their home.

Review: HBO’s β€˜Avenue 5,’ a Tale of a Fateful Trip (in Space)

By Mike Hale

Armando Iannucci’s new comedy, starring Hugh Laurie as the captain of an interplanetary cruise ship, is a long, long way from “Veep.”

Norma Tanega, Who Sang About a Cat Named Dog, Dies at 80

By Richard Sandomir

She had only one hit record, but it was a memorable one: a quirkily titled song about freedom, dreaming and her cat, who really was named Dog.

Hawaii Shooting: 2 Police Officers Are Killed, Officials Say

By Breena Kerr and Neil Vigdor

The authorities said that seven homes in Honolulu were destroyed by fire and that three people were not accounted for, including the gunman, after the shooting.

Will The Chicago Tribune Be the Next Newspaper Picked to the Bone?

By David Jackson and Gary Marx

Journalists worry that a New York hedge fund with a big stake in the paper will impose draconian cuts, as it has elsewhere.