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Today β€” March 23rd 2019NYT HomePage

The Islamic State Has Not Been Defeated

By FAWAZ GERGES

Make no mistake: The group will be back unless the conditions that gave birth to it are addressed.

Defying Allies, Italy Signs On to New Silk Road With China

By JASON HOROWITZ

The move by Italy to join China’s “One Belt One Road” project crystallized shifting geopolitical balances and the populist Italian government’s willingness to break with its traditional partners.

Drug Prices on TV? They May Be Coming.

By ROBERT PEAR

The Trump administration has drafted a rule that would require drug makers to disclose their prices in television ads, but the industry fears sticker shock and is fighting back.

France Braces for 19th Weekend of β€˜Yellow Vest’ Protests

By AURELIEN BREEDEN

The number of protesters has dwindled over the past months. But a surge of violence last weekend renewed scrutiny of the government’s handling of the demonstrations.

The Northern Lights Are Expected in the Northern U.S., but Don’t Get Too Excited

By MIHIR ZAVERI

The most likely time the phenomenon will occur is at 11 a.m. Eastern, experts say, but it can’t be seen during the daytime. Bad weather would also hamper a sighting.

From β€˜No Problem’ to No Deal: How Brexit Supporters Embraced the Cliff Edge

By ELLEN BARRY

Frustration and numbness have driven many Britons to embrace the high-risk solution of simply walking away from negotiations with the European Union.

Angry Over Brexit Stalemate, Britons March in London to Demand Second Vote

By BENJAMIN MUELLER and PALKO KARASZ

Thousands of protesters in London began marching on Saturday from Hyde Park to Parliament in a last-ditch effort to reverse Britain’s looming split from the European Union.

As Mueller Report Lands, Prosecutorial Focus Moves to New York

By BEN PROTESS, WILLIAM K. RASHBAUM, BENJAMIN WEISER and MAGGIE HABERMAN

The special counsel’s work may be done, but prosecutors in Manhattan and elsewhere are pursuing investigations into the president’s family business and more.

North Korea Seeks to Split Alliance Between South Korea and U.S.

By CHOE SANG-HUN

Since the summit meeting between Kim Jong-un and President Trump in Vietnam ended without a deal, North Korea has urged South Korea to distance itself from the United States.

March for a Second Brexit Vote Is Just the Start for Young People

By BENJAMIN MUELLER

A mass demonstration planned for Saturday in London will be led by youthful activists who see it as the first step in a battle to reverse Brexit that could last decades.

Under the Influence of a β€˜Super Bloom’

By ZAK STONE

A small town in Southern California is being swarmed by influencers and tourists seeking a rare, poppy-filled photo opportunity.

with …: It’s Delightful, It’s Delicious, It’s DeVito

By MAUREEN DOWD

Could playing the ringmaster in the new “Dumbo” be an allegory for our political circus?

The Great American Cardboard Comeback

By MICHAEL CORKERY

“No one is shocked when a paper mill closes anymore. The shocking thing is when one reopens.”

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads

By KALY SOTO

The Saudis’ secret spy team. Are you a snowplow parent? Manohla Dargis reviews Jordan Peele’s “Us.” Rick Steves wants to set you free. And more.

Felicity Huffman: Desperate Housewife, Devoted Parent and Now a Defendant

By CARA BUCKLEY and ADAM POPESCU

When the actress was implicated in the college admissions scandal, it stunned people in her acting circles and at the prestigious high school her older daughter attends.

New Zealand Bans the Christchurch Suspect’s Manifesto

By DAMIEN CAVE

The alleged gunman’s statement has been classified as “objectionable,” making it illegal to possess or distribute it anywhere in the country.

Guggenheim Museum Says It Won’t Accept Gifts From Sackler Family

By LIAM STACK

The decision, which followed similar moves from British museums, highlights growing unease in the art world over the family’s links to OxyContin and the opioid crisis.

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