México sufre apagones durante una ola de calor

Ciudades enteras se sumieron en la oscuridad mientras las temperaturas abrasadoras han puesto a prueba el sistema de energía nacional.

Bill Holman, Whose Arrangements Shaped West Coast Jazz, Dies at 96

His economical, linear writing helped define the sound of Stan Kenton’s band. He also led his own 16-piece ensemble for…

With Conflicts at Home, Eric Adams Arrives in Rome to Discuss Peace

New York City’s mayor will attend a conference on peace during a three-day trip to Rome and the Vatican, where…

After Student Encampment Ends, New School Professors Set Up Their Own

Faculty members at The New School in Manhattan this week set up what may be the first professor-led pro-Palestinian encampment…

Satellite Images Reveal Where Russian Nukes Could Be Stored in Belarus

A New York Times analysis shows security upgrades unique to Russian nuclear storage facilities, at a Cold War-era munitions depot.

Russia Mounting New Border Assaults in North, Ukraine Says

Armored columns tried to punch through at several points, the military said, raising pressure on already stretched Ukrainian forces.

Biden Is Not the First U.S. President to Cut Off Weapons to Israel

Ronald Reagan also used the power of American arms to influence Israeli war policy. The comparison underscores how much the…

From Ancient Charcoal, Hints of Wildfires to Come

By digging into the geologic record, scientists are learning how wildfires shaped — and were shaped by — climate change…

We Have a Housing Crisis. This New Jersey Town Has a Solution.

Palisades Park is ending the tyranny of single-family homes.

An English Town Drops Apostrophes From Street Signs. Some Aren’t Happy.

The move has prompted some resistance, with someone writing an apostrophe on a sign for St. Mary’s Walk. “What’s next?”…

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