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Today β€” September 20th 2018Your RSS feeds

Robert Venturi, Architect Who Rejected Modernism, Dies at 93

By FRED A. BERNSTEIN

To the modernist notion of “less is more,” he retorted, “Less is a bore,” arguing for ornament, historical references and even humor in architecture.

From the Anonymity of Academia to the Center of a Supreme Court Confirmation

By ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON, REBECCA R. RUIZ, EMILY STEEL, GRACE ASHFORD and STEVE EDER

Christine Blasey Ford, a researcher and statistician, was reluctant to come forward with her allegation that Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, sexually assaulted her.

Real Madrid Coasts and Ronaldo Protests in Champions League

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Champions League debut with Juventus lasted only 29 minutes, as he was red-carded for apparently pulling an opponent’s hair.

Review: City Ballet, in Turmoil, Shows the Value of What’s at Stake

By ALASTAIR MACAULAY

On opening night, while a crisis threatens New York City Ballet offstage, “Jewels” demonstrated the beauty and meaning of Balanchine choreography.

How an Egotistic Basketball Star Grounds β€˜American Vandal’ Season 2

By AISHA HARRIS

DeMarcus (Melvin Gregg), a prime suspect in the true crime satire, has the ego of Kobe Bryant and the goofball charm of the Fresh Prince. He’s hilarious.

Debunking 5 Viral Rumors About Christine Blasey Ford, Kavanaugh’s Accuser

By KEVIN ROOSE

Dr. Blasey has been the target of widespread social media disinformation since she came forward with accusations of sexual assault against Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court nominee.

A Glimpse Inside the Hidden World of Hasidic Women

By SARAH MASLIN NIR and SHARON PULWER

Orthodox Jewish women and men live in tightly defined, and separate, spheres. In searching for Jewish female identity, the photographer Sharon Pulwer was given a rare glimpse into the private world of Brooklyn’s most Orthodox Jewish women.

Tech We’re Using: Windows on How Cities Change Can Be All Too Captivating

By EMILY BADGER

Technology is crowding curbs with ride hailers and keeping homeowners fixated on housing values. Here are the tools that Emily Badger, a writer for The Upshot, uses to analyze the ripple effects.

Fall TV 2018: New and Returning Shows to Watch

By MIKE HALE

As competition in the era of Peak TV intensifies, big names are more prevalent than ever. Julia Roberts, Sean Penn, Jim Carrey and Benicio Del Toro.

Yesterday β€” September 19th 2018Your RSS feeds

Killing of Champion Golfer in β€˜Senseless, Random Act’ Stuns Iowa State

By MATTHEW HAAG

Celia Barquín Arozamena, 22, was stabbed to death while playing golf. The suspect had spoken of “an urge to rape and kill a woman,” an acquaintance said.

Killing of Champion Golfer in β€˜Senseless, Random Act’ Stuns Iowa State

By MATTHEW HAAG

Celia Barquín Arozamena, 22, was stabbed to death while playing golf. The suspect had spoken of “an urge to rape and kill a woman,” an acquaintance said.

News Analysis: Humans Are Making Hurricanes Worse. Here’s How.

By JOHN SCHWARTZ

We’re making natural disasters unnaturally harmful, scientists say. And the number of ways we’re doing it is fairly astonishing.

In Brexit Talks, Some See Hope in a Minimal β€˜Blind’ Deal

By STEPHEN CASTLE

In a meeting this week, both sides seem to be groping toward a “Blind Brexit,” a vague agreement that will defer hard questions until 2020.

A Better Way to Get New York’s Traffic Moving

By JAY PRIMUS

The city can fight congestion and raise revenue through parking regulations.

Trilobites: Elephant Tusk DNA Helps Track Ivory Poachers

By KAREN WEINTRAUB

Researchers are examining the genetic data in seized elephant ivory to trace it back to the animals’ homelands and connect it to global trafficking crimes.

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