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Today β€” September 18th 2019Your RSS feeds

Virtual Reality Video Games That Double as Exercise

By Signe Brewster

Virtual reality is still niche, but a growing crop of VR games with a fitness element may inspire people to pick up a headset. Here’s what to know before you get started.

In β€˜Sontag,’ the Author’s Myth Takes Center Stage

By Parul Sehgal

Benjamin Moser’s authorized biography of the essayist, critic and cultural icon Susan Sontag pays closest attention to its subject’s persona as a “great original creation.”

A New Destination for Dim Sum and Culinary Discipline

By Pete Wells

Hutong, in Midtown, has a flashy interior and a menu that excels when it plunges into fiery Sichuan cuisine.

Don’t Forget Our Frontline Caregivers in the Opioid Epidemic

By John Kasich and E. Gordon Gee

The demands of caring for addicts have stretched the resources of hospitals.

Madewell Diverges From J. Crew as a Darling of Casual America

By Sapna Maheshwari

The fashion brand filed for an I.P.O. last week, a move signifying how much better positioned it is than its parent company for the current retail environment.

Yesterday β€” September 17th 2019Your RSS feeds

Israel Election Live Updates: Netanyahu and Gantz in Tight Race

By David M. Halbfinger and Isabel Kershner

Israelis are deciding the political fate of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a contest that has revolved around whether Jewish voters want their country to become more or less religious.

Couples in Virginia Can Marry Without Disclosing Their Race

By Jacey Fortin

The attorney general said denying a marriage license for a couple’s refusal to disclose their race poses “serious constitutional questions.” New forms include a “declined to answer” option.

Train Delayed? Relax With a Bolivian Pastry and Bubble Tea

By C. J. Hughes

New York is seeking to replace the discount-clothing stores and doughnut chains that line its subway corridors with trendy food halls and upscale shops.

The Bahamas’ Big Need Is Tourists, It Says

By Frances Robles

The 700-island nation is in mourning after the devastation of Hurricane Dorian. But with the country dependent upon tourism, travel officials say that many hotels and resorts are open and eager for visitors.

Amazon Offers Millions of Songs in High-Quality Audio. Even Neil Young Approves.

By Ben Sisario

The company addresses a longtime complaint of audiophiles by offering improved audio for 50 million songs. It will cost $15 a month, $13 for members.

Israel Election: Live Updates

By David M. Halbfinger and Isabel Kershner

Israelis are deciding the political fate of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a contest that has revolved around whether Jewish voters want their country to become more or less religious.

How an Oil Price Surge Could Hurt the U.S. Economy

By Nelson D. Schwartz

The spike in oil prices after the drone attacks in Saudi Arabia won’t start a recession. But a sustained surge in energy prices might have a bigger impact.

How to Take Advantage of Shoulder Season

By Lauren Sloss

Shoulder season — just before and after peak summer travel time — is when you’ll find warm temperatures, smaller crowds and deals.

Lewandowski Confirms Trump Asked Him to Help Curtail Mueller Inquiry: Live Updates

By Maggie Haberman and Nicholas Fandos

Mr. Lewandowski, President Trump’s former campaign manager, is testifying before lawmakers conducting an impeachment inquiry.

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