As Israel and Egypt Spar, Aid to Gaza Dries Up

With no resumption of deliveries in sight, officials fear the territory’s threadbare humanitarian relief effort could collapse altogether.


Citing Safety, New York Moves Mentally Ill People Out of the Subway

Medical workers and police officers are removing people suffering from psychiatric distress. The most troubled are forced to the hospital.


Robert Downey Jr. to Make Broadway Debut in Ayad Akhtar Play

The Oscar-winning actor will star as an A.I.-curious author in “McNeal,” starting performances in September at Lincoln Center Theater.


Review: At New York City Ballet’s Gala, the Usual With a Twist

The two premieres — one by Justin Peck, one by Amy Hall Garner — were gala-style pieces that felt more…


The 5 Boro Bike Tour: Tough to Arrange, Tough to Finish

The organizer of the event, which takes place on Sunday, says it’s harder to stage than the New York City…


The Peculiar Persistence of Trump-stalgia

“Are you better off than you were four years ago?” Lately, I’ve been seeing people repeat Ronald Reagan’s famous question,…


Blinken Turns Up Pressure on Hamas to Accept Gaza Cease-Fire Deal

“The time is now,” Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken declared, urging Hamas to accept the terms of a proposed…


A Small Campus in the Redwoods Has the Nation’s Most Entrenched Protest

Pro-Palestinian protesters have occupied the administration building at California State Polytechnic University, Humboldt for the past week and forced a…


Paramount’s Chief Executive, Bob Bakish, Steps Down

Mr. Bakish was once a staunch ally of Shari Redstone, Paramount’s controlling shareholder. His departure comes as the company considers…


With Israel Poised to Invade Rafah, Negotiators Try Again for Cease-Fire Deal

Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken was headed to Saudi Arabia in search of an agreement that would pause the…

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