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How Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti Meet Cute in ‘Palm Springs’ | Anatomy of a Scene
How Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti Meet Cute in ‘Palm Springs’ | Anatomy of a Scene

So many wedding receptions (and their depictions in movies) have a predictable list of ingredients: speeches, dancing, awkwardness, drunkenness. The one in the Hulu comedy “Palm Springs” includes thos...

Published: 07/31/2020
‘Kyoto’: How to Convince Phoebe Bridgers to Write a Rock Song | Diary of a Song
‘Kyoto’: How to Convince Phoebe Bridgers to Write a Rock Song | Diary of a Song

The 25-year-old singer and songwriter shows us how “Kyoto” transformed from a ballad into a rock song over months, combining a stray lyric, a bare-bones voice memo from tour and shared memories of chi...

Published: 07/30/2020
What Does America’s Coronavirus Response Look Like Abroad? | NYT Opinion
What Does America’s Coronavirus Response Look Like Abroad? | NYT Opinion

The United States leads the world in Covid-19 deaths, nearing 150,000 lost lives. The unemployment figures brought on by the pandemic are mind-boggling. The Trump administration’s slow and haphazard r...

Published: 07/29/2020
How Coronavirus Ravaged One Family in Houston | Coronavirus News
How Coronavirus Ravaged One Family in Houston | Coronavirus News

Coronavirus numbers have shot up across the country. A family in Texas, a virus hot spot, describes how the illness quickly spread among them and hospitalized both parents. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/U...

Published: 07/28/2020
How Federal Officers Escalated Violence in Portland | Visual Investigations
How Federal Officers Escalated Violence in Portland | Visual Investigations

Peaceful protests were already happening for weeks when federal officers arrived on July 4. Our video shows how President Trump’s deployment ignited chaos. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n More from ...

Published: 07/27/2020
Surfing Was Set to Debut at The Summer Olympics. 2020 Had Other Plans | NYT News
Surfing Was Set to Debut at The Summer Olympics. 2020 Had Other Plans | NYT News

This was going to be a historic year for the sport of surfing. We spoke with the world’s top surfers to go behind the scenes as the sport prepares to make its Olympic debut … next year. Subscribe: ht...

Published: 07/24/2020
How Trump’s Crackdown Strengthened Protests in Portland | NYT News
How Trump’s Crackdown Strengthened Protests in Portland | NYT News

President Trump’s deployment of federal agents is fueling the unrest in Portland, where protests have continued for over 50 consecutive days. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n More from The New York T...

Published: 07/24/2020
Your Mask May Come From China's Controversial Labor Program, Here's Why | Coronavirus News
Your Mask May Come From China's Controversial Labor Program, Here's Why | Coronavirus News

Our visual investigation reveals that several Chinese companies are using Uighur labor from a contentious government program to produce P.P.E. during the pandemic. We track some of that equipment to t...

Published: 07/20/2020
How Charlize Theron and KiKi Layne Spar in ‘The Old Guard’ | Anatomy of a Scene
How Charlize Theron and KiKi Layne Spar in ‘The Old Guard’ | Anatomy of a Scene

Charlize Theron and KiKi Layne know how to throw a punch. In this sequence from “The Old Guard,” they throw several of them, and launch a few kicks as well. Theron plays Andy and Layne plays Nile in ...

Published: 07/17/2020
Donald Trump Isn't the Worst Covid President. Just Ask Brazilians. | NYT Opinion
Donald Trump Isn't the Worst Covid President. Just Ask Brazilians. | NYT Opinion

Who’s the world’s worst leader at handling the pandemic? Easy. Donald Trump. Right? Well, as terrible as Mr. Trump is, a Brazilian YouTube star, Felipe Neto, argues it’s actually his president, Jair B...

Published: 07/15/2020
If I Want to Succeed in Hollywood, I Need to Look White | NYT Opinion
If I Want to Succeed in Hollywood, I Need to Look White | NYT Opinion

Actors of color trying to make it in Hollywood face a paradox: To succeed, you need to stand out from the crowd while assimilating as much as possible. Be yourself while fitting in. And if you aspire ...

Published: 07/13/2020
How ICE Helped Spread the Coronavirus | Coronavirus News
How ICE Helped Spread the Coronavirus | Coronavirus News

The New York Times, in collaboration with The Marshall Project, investigated how Immigration and Customs Enforcement became a domestic and global spreader of the virus. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7...

Published: 07/10/2020
What It Means to Be Policed in America | Op-Docs
What It Means to Be Policed in America | Op-Docs

"The Torture Letters" aims to shed light on an unacceptable tolerance of police misconduct in the United States. In an accompanying essay, director Dr. Laurence Ralph writes, "Based on more than a dec...

Published: 07/08/2020
‘I Can Barely Keep Track’: Inside a Texas Hospital Battling Coronavirus | Coronavirus News
‘I Can Barely Keep Track’: Inside a Texas Hospital Battling Coronavirus | Coronavirus News

Our correspondent Sheri Fink goes behind the scenes at Houston Methodist Hospital as coronavirus cases rise. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n More from The New York Times Video: http://nytimes.com/v...

Published: 07/06/2020
The Fast & Furious Art of the Car Chase
The Fast & Furious Art of the Car Chase

In the movies, there’s nothing quite like the thrill of the car chase. The best ones create the same adrenaline rush in their audiences as they do in their characters. Generating that heightened, you-...

Published: 07/03/2020
Why Some Black Americans Need Guns to Feel Safe in Their Country | NYT Opinion
Why Some Black Americans Need Guns to Feel Safe in Their Country | NYT Opinion

What does it take for Black Americans to feel safe right now? For some, it’s owning a gun. Even if that’s not something they may have ever wanted to do. In the video above, a chorus of Black voices f...

Published: 07/02/2020
How Pop Smoke and Fivio Foreign Took Brooklyn Drill Global  |  Diary of a Song
How Pop Smoke and Fivio Foreign Took Brooklyn Drill Global | Diary of a Song

A hyper-local strain of hip-hop that started in Chicago was tweaked by bedroom producers in the United Kingdom before taking over Brooklyn. Now it’s the soundtrack to a summer of unrest. The latest ep...

Published: 06/30/2020
How the Philadelphia Police Tear-Gassed a Group of Trapped Protesters | Visual Investigations
How the Philadelphia Police Tear-Gassed a Group of Trapped Protesters | Visual Investigations

On June 1, SWAT teams turned a protest march in Philadelphia into chaos. We went to the site, interviewed witnesses and analyzed dozens of videos to reconstruct what happened. Subscribe: http://bit.l...

Published: 06/25/2020
Why Six Critically Ill Covid-19 Patients Would Overwhelm This Texas Hospital | NYT Opinion
Why Six Critically Ill Covid-19 Patients Would Overwhelm This Texas Hospital | NYT Opinion

As coronavirus cases surge in Texas and other Sun Belt states, rural hospitals are enduring a uniquely painful emergency of their own, in a world away from the I.C.U.s of New York City, or even Dallas...

Published: 06/24/2020
'Voguing Has Always Been a Protest.' Here's Why. | NYT News
'Voguing Has Always Been a Protest.' Here's Why. | NYT News

The ballroom community has vogued its way through decades of change and social unrest. But 2020 has meant more changes than ever before. Here’s why. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n More from The New...

Published: 06/24/2020
The Killing of Rayshard Brooks: How a Police Encounter Suddenly Turned Fatal | Visual Investigations
The Killing of Rayshard Brooks: How a Police Encounter Suddenly Turned Fatal | Visual Investigations

The Times analyzed witness videos, police footage and official documents to identify the critical moments — and missteps — that led to the killing of Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta on June 12. Subscribe:...

Published: 06/23/2020
Why Trump’s Tulsa Rally Put the City’s Black Residents on Edge | NYT News
Why Trump’s Tulsa Rally Put the City’s Black Residents on Edge | NYT News

President Trump’s rally in Tulsa, Okla. the site of one of the country’s worst episodes of racial violence in 1921, angered the city’s black residents. In this news analysis, we explain what this mom...

Published: 06/22/2020
A Racist Attack Caught on Camera. 45 Years Later, It Still Stings. | George Floyd Protests
A Racist Attack Caught on Camera. 45 Years Later, It Still Stings. | George Floyd Protests

As protests and anger over racism grip the nation, a clip from a 1976 documentary about a hateful attack on a group of black children in New York City still resonates. We spoke to the children about t...

Published: 06/22/2020
How ‘Da 5 Bloods’ Takes a Fresh View of Black History | Anatomy of a Scene
How ‘Da 5 Bloods’ Takes a Fresh View of Black History | Anatomy of a Scene

The assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is a tipping point for African-American Vietnam War soldiers in this scene from Spike Lee’s latest film, “Da 5 Bloods” (streaming on Netflix). ...

Published: 06/19/2020
These Workers Are Risking Their Lives to Feed America | NYT Opinion
These Workers Are Risking Their Lives to Feed America | NYT Opinion

You’re a worker at a Tyson Foods poultry plant and still punching in even though the coronavirus continues to run rampant through meat-processing plants across the country. You’re proud that your job ...

Published: 06/17/2020
How Coronavirus Has Devastated N.Y.C.'s Black Community | Coronavirus News
How Coronavirus Has Devastated N.Y.C.'s Black Community | Coronavirus News

In New York City, Covid-19 is disproportionately killing black and Latino residents. As the city reopens, a longtime funeral director in Harlem says, “It’s going to take a long time for people to heal...

Published: 06/15/2020
How ‘The King of Staten Island’ Handles Sibling Rivalry | Anatomy of a Scene
How ‘The King of Staten Island’ Handles Sibling Rivalry | Anatomy of a Scene

A sibling leaving for college becomes a moment of anguish in “The King of Staten Island.” The director Judd Apatow narrates this sequence featuring Pete Davidson as Scott and Maude Apatow as his sist...

Published: 06/12/2020
I'm Asking for Justice for My Baby, Ahmaud Arbery | NYT Opinion
I'm Asking for Justice for My Baby, Ahmaud Arbery | NYT Opinion

After Ahmaud Arbery was chased down and killed while he was jogging in Glynn County, Ga. investigators say, one of the white men accused of shooting him used a racial slur. In the above video, Wanda ...

Published: 06/10/2020
His Best Friend Was Killed By the Police. Now He's Running for Office | NYT News
His Best Friend Was Killed By the Police. Now He's Running for Office | NYT News

“If we’re not at the table, we’re on the menu.” We followed a Minnesota organizer whose run for office has taken on new urgency since George Floyd’s death. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n More from ...

Published: 06/09/2020
How Questionable Police Tactics Led to a Fatal Shooting In Louisville | Visual Investigations
How Questionable Police Tactics Led to a Fatal Shooting In Louisville | Visual Investigations

The Times analyzed videos of the shooting by the police and National Guardsmen of David McAtee in Louisville, Ky. on June 1 to show how the episode unfolded — and how questionable policing tactics pl...

Published: 06/08/2020
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