Butchers have stopped selling meat cuts in favor of offal, fat shavings and cow hooves, the only animal protein many of their customers can afford.
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Senior officers told The Times that soldiers are under intense pressure to defeat rebel groups and that a pattern of suspicious killings and cover-ups has begun to emerge this year.
Joe Biden dares to take offense at those who specialize in being offended.
What ‘electability’ seems to mean in 2020 — and what it meant in 2018.
Military officials received expedited requests for paperwork needed to pardon several military members on or around Memorial Day.
In its decision to approve two drugs for orange and grapefruit trees, the E.P.A. largely ignored objections from the C.D.C. and the F.D.A., which fear that expanding their use in cash crops could fuel antibiotic resistance in humans.
For Elisabetta Matsumoto, knot theory is knit theory.
A 2017 video that was secretly filmed showed Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache promising government contracts to a woman claiming to be the niece of a Russian oligarch.
It’s never too late to grow or to love.
An “unknown energy source” has been blamed for debilitating symptoms suffered by Americans posted in Cuba. The real cause may be more surprising.
By granting Mr. Morrison his first full term, Australians signaled their reluctance to bet on a new leader at a time when the economy has not suffered a recession in nearly 28 years.
People who followed a diet of ultra-processed foods ate about 500 more calories a day compared to when they ate a whole foods diet.
The frowning feline whose permanent scowl spoke for all of us in our darkest moments died in the arms of her “mommy” on Tuesday, her family said.
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How the rest of the country can follow them.
The prosecution of President Andrew Johnson in 1868 was an attempt to restore faith in America’s original ideals.
In an interview, one of the leading candidates for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination discusses his long-held opposition to war and his support for socialist leaders.
For more than 70 hours, Wesley Morris caught up with the dragons, beheadings and brinkmanship before the series finale. Here’s what he learned.
Are we really going to rank students on a one-to-100 pseudoscientific index of oppression?
And Yemenis are paying the price.
The new abortion bans are harsher than the old ones.
Everyone suffers decision fatigue, even physicians.
Plot Twist: In Season 2 of Trumpworld, Trump tries to restrain his crazy advisers, rather than vice versa.
That depends on how you do the research — and then on how you read the results. Here’s what studies show.
A severe drought this year led to restrictions for the Panama Canal. The rains are now returning, but weather patterns are likely to make limits more commonplace in years to come.
His critics could be brutal, but he enthralled millions of readers with novels like “The Winds of War,” “The Caine Mutiny” and “Marjorie Morningstar.”
From the shop floors of factories to ballet’s grandest stages, unions are rethinking how they balance their responsibilities in sexual harassment cases.
Someone will have to call our landlines to tell us it’s ours now.
One of Facebook’s co-founders called for it to be broken up. Readers discuss if that’s necessary and wise.
Bigotry thrives in vagueness. It can be cowardly with double meanings.
There’s a secret, but it’s available to all.
Representative Justin Amash, known as a contrarian, accused the president of engaging in “impeachable conduct.”
Why “Rabbit,” the perfect art for the roaring mid-80s, continues to speak to us.
How one molecule from the cannabis plant came to be seen as a therapeutic cure-all.
This Minnesota town is a modern, successful American melting pot.
Higher education officials are calling on Congress to fix a provision in the Trump administration’s tax overhaul that has caused unintended tax increases.
In a region known for extremes, a newcomer to wine tastings explores a largely experimental and free-spirited vineyard scene.
After half a century abroad, the influential Buddhist teacher, 92, is living in the Hue monastery where he became a novice monk at 16.
A filly died after a race on Friday at Pimlico, the site of Saturday’s Preakness Stakes. The fatality at Santa Anita, the 24th at the track since Dec. 26, occurred after a gelding broke down during training.
Legislators in Alabama and Missouri both voted this week to implement new restrictions on when abortions are allowed.
In a milestone for synthetic biology, colonies of E. coli thrive with DNA constructed from scratch by humans, not nature.
President Trump said he would remove metal tariffs on Canada and Mexico and delay auto tariffs, stepping back from opening another front in a global trade war.
The woman behind a pernicious and racist myth didn’t represent anyone or anything but her own striking criminal enterprise.
Virtually nonexistent among the city’s monuments, L.G.B.T.Q. men and women have made outsize contributions to New York’s identity. It is long past time they were put on a pedestal.
India’s governing party rewrites the country’s history to justify its Hindu nationalist ideology.
Eric Adjepong, a Ghanaian-American chef and finalist on “Top Chef,” cooks the meal he was unable to finish on the recent season finale.
The rise of the more potent fentanyl in its place has put a generation of older users, who had managed their addiction, at far greater risk of overdose.
Rebels are rearming, violence is soaring in the countryside and a new government is wavering in its commitment.
It’s been 150 years since two railroads were joined together to form the first Transcontinental Railroad. At a ceremony in Utah, Chinese railroad workers were recognized for the pivotal role they played in its construction.
In his two World War II novels of the 1970s, Wouk — who died this week — brought psychological insight to genocide, its perpetrators and bystanders. Adelle Waldman explains.
The two actions on consecutive days highlighted the contradiction some on the right feel between opposing abortion on sanctity-of-life grounds and supporting the death penalty.
A common dietary supplement may help overcome mutations in the Pten gene. Should patients take it?
Frederick Douglass Academy in Harlem is playing for its third straight New York City boys’ lacrosse title. The team is a sign of progress for a sport seen as elite, suburban and mostly white.
No amount of multicultural sloganeering will assuage Americans’ concerns that the immigration system is broken.
Austrian opposition parties called Friday for the country's vice-chancellor to resign after a two German newspapers published footage of him apparently offering lucrative government contracts to a potential Russian benefactor.
Will kids still do what they like when it won’t help them get into college?
The pipeline of American hockey, which snakes from Massachusetts west into Michigan and Minnesota, has meandered south, to Missouri.
His poll standings are in free fall, and a dispute with a female cabinet minister raised questions about his leadership, but the Canadian prime minister remains confident.
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In “Upheaval,” Jared Diamond asks whether countries can draw lessons from how individuals confront personal difficulties.