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Vietnam War

Vietnam '67: The Truth Behind My Lai

Fifty years ago today, U.S. troops slaughtered some 500 Vietnamese civilians in a small coastal village. Why was only one man punished?

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: The Journey of an Irish Bar Owner

Friday: A bartender on immigration reform, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, and the CareForce One Travelogues.

California Today

California Today: California Today: A Case Against Cuts to Public Pensions

Friday: Joan Baez on retirement, a former reporter now homeless and the death of a retail mecca

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: The City’s Claim to Shakespeare

Thursday: Signs of Shakespeare in the city, race and the #MeToo movement, and literary leftovers.

This is why kids are wearing orange

When students across the US walk out of class for 17 minutes today, many of them will be wearing orange.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Students in Solidarity Over Gun Violence

Wednesday: A nationwide walkout over gun violence, nippy weather and Pi Day.

A generation shaped by gun violence plans to make itself heard today

Jackson Mittleman opened a news alert on his phone on Valentine's Day, and saw a tragically familiar image: Students with their hands raised, fleeing a shooting.


BRIEF-Walmart to expand online grocery delivery to more than 40 pct of U.S. households by end of 2018


Analysis: Yes, the Pennsylvania election is about Donald Trump

Today, voters in southwestern Pennsylvania will head to the polls to choose their new member of Congress. The fight between state Rep. Rick Saccone (R) and veteran Conor Lamb (D) was never expected to be close given that President Donald Trump won the 18th District by 20 points in 2016.

SXSW embraces today's tough topics: #MeToo, fake news, and more

California Today

California Today: California Today: Meet L.A.’s New Design Czar

Tuesday: The authorities brace for protest, an intense snowfall hits Sierra Nevada, and a new statue commemorates agricultural guest workers.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Finding a Place to Disconnect

Tuesday: Phone-free spots in the city, more snow, and Brain Awareness Week.

Computer Security

The One Thing That Protects a Laptop After It’s Been Stolen

Here’s one thing you can do today so if your laptop is lost or stolen, your private, personal data doesn’t fall into the wrong hands too.


BRIEF-Methode Electronics Announces CFO Change


Demonstrators in California protest Trump's upcoming visit

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein offered full-throated support for special counsel Robert Mueller and defended his investigation into Russian election meddling as it weathers criticism in an interview with USA Today published Monday.

New York Times

Quebec Road Trip: Music for Traveling: 24 Perfect Songs for My Quebec Road Trip

Dan Bilefsky received hundreds of suggestions of music to listen to as he embarks today on a five-day journey across his home province. He chose these.

Americans are having less sex

Today, sex seems more available to us than ever before. With just a swipe on their phones, singles can schedule their next hookup, while committed couples have an apparent "sure thing" every night. This is also known as "the marriage advantage."

California Today

California Today: California Today: ‘We Are Focusing on Bridges, Not Walls,’ Brown Says to Trump

Monday: President Trump is visiting SoCal, Gavin Newsom fights his “Davos Democrat” image, and a Hispanic community center defies the rain.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Overlooked Women in Our City

Monday: Overdue obituaries for New York women, a march for safer streets and the founding of the Girl Scouts of America.

Yountville: Casualties of America's war at home

The standoff in Yountville ended Friday night as we all feared it might -- in tragedy. And it was especially tragic for our veterans and members of the military community. Alongside leaders who know The Pathway Home and the dedicated team there who do the work of serving our veterans, we are reeling today.

California Today

California Today: California Today: Is the Long-Looming Pension Crisis Already Here?

Friday: David Crane on pension solutions, more jousting between President Trump and California leaders, and a proposal to raise the minimum gun age.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Beneath the Big Foam Head

Friday: College mascots reveal themselves, what to do this weekend, and a marathon soccer match.

California Today

California Today: California Today: Peter Thiel Is Leaving Silicon Valley. Will Others?

Thursday: Backlash against Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s visit, San Francisco is sinking, and wild turkeys stir divisions in the East Bay.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Story of the Snowman

Thursday: The evolution of snow sculptures, the Antiquarian Book Fair, and your favorite storm activities.

Stormy Daniels' attorney claims Trump's lawyer pressured her today

The attorney representing the porn star who is suing President Donald Trump says the President's personal lawyer had a restraining order issued against her and continues to pressure her to keep her silent.

Cohn is latest Goldman Sachs alum to ill-serve America

Most observers today, including myself, bemoan the reason that Gary Cohn is leaving the Trump White House. The President's top economic adviser lost the trade policy battle with Trump and the protectionists around him, as the President insists he will impose tariffs on steel and aluminum -- and stock markets are falling as a result.


Top Architecture Prize Goes to Low-Cost Housing Pioneer From India

Balkrishna Doshi, who won this year's Pritzker Prize, asks: “What is the role of an architect today, or are we going to be useful to the society at large?”

Stormy Daniels' lawyer speaks about payoff

During an interview on NBC's "Today," Stormy Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti confirms President Trump knew about his attorney's payout to the porn star.

Indian architect makes history

Balkrishna Doshi has become the first Indian architect to win the Pritzker Prize in its four-decade history. Regarded as the profession's equivalent to the Nobel Prize, the award went to Doshi in recognition of a career spanning almost 70 years, it was announced today.

California Today

California Today: California Today: Why This Year’s Low Snowpack Doesn’t Indicate a Drought

Wednesday: The reservoirs are in good shape, Jeff Sessions teases a sanctuary city announcement, and Democrats put up more House candidates.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: A Winter Storm Hits the City

Wednesday: The latest on today’s storm, Cynthia Nixon considers challenging Cuomo, and your favorite snowstorm activities.

California Today

California Today: California Today: The East L.A. Walkouts, 50 Years Later

Tuesday: Students get a history lesson as they prepare their own protests, a committee that could kill the Qualcomm takeover bid, and a Museum of Selfies.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Another Nor’easter Approaches

Tuesday: More winter weather, Feminist Film Week, and a love triangle among hawks.


BRIEF-IDG Ventures India Says Cisco Investments Invests In IDG's Third Fund

* IDG VENTURES INDIA SAYS CISCO INVESTMENTS INVESTS IN IDG’S THIRD FUND Source text - IDG Ventures India today announced that Cisco Investments has invested in IDG’s third and most recent fund. IDG Ventures India is one of the top VCs with over 70 portfolio investments across a range of technology sectors. The funds have had a number of exits in the recent past, the most recent being Newgen Software which listed on both the National / Bombay stock exchanges (NSE/BSE) in India in January. IDG Ven


Doctors' group issues controversial advice for type 2 diabetes

(Reuters Health) - A large organization of internal medicine physicians said today that adults with type 2 diabetes can aim for an easier-to-achieve blood sugar target than what’s been used to guide treatment in the past.

Today was a DACA deadline. Then, this happened

It's been six months since President Donald Trump moved to end a program that protected young undocumented immigrants from deportation, and Washington seems to be no closer to a resolution on the day everything was supposed to be solved by.

California Today

California Today: California Today: An Oscars Roundup You Can Read in 3 Minutes

Monday: “The Shape of Water” wins best picture, avalanches slam California resorts, and that other award show you might have missed.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Heartwarming Commutes

Monday: Positive stories from the underground, celebrating Alice Coltrane, and the Bunion Derby.

Today, Do That One Thing You’ve Been Putting Off

You’ve been avoiding it long enough.


Oklahoma teachers might follow West Virginia in strike, walk outs

(Reuters) - Public schools in West Virginia remained closed today for the eighth instructional day and teachers in Oklahoma might be the next to walk out statewide, officials said.

California Today

California Today: California Today: Preparing for What Could Be an Unpredictable Oscars

Friday: The #MeToo movement mixes with tight award races, the Weinstein Company will be sold after all, and a look back at the Golden Gate Bridge’s groundbreaking.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: An End-of-Week Winter Storm

Friday: Treacherous weather, your weekend lineup, and an Oscars preview.

Billy Graham will be laid to rest today

The Protestant preacher known as "America's pastor" will be remembered at a funeral Friday under a large white tent evoking his first "Canvas Cathedral" revival nearly 70 years ago.

California Today

California Today: California Today: Democrats Fault Governor on Homelessness Crisis

Thursday: Democrats point fingers at one another on poverty, President Trump changes his tune on gun control, and a horse walks onto a freeway.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: The Art of Healing

Thursday: Two local Army veterans make the national stage, a comedic Oscars preview, and the festival of Holi.

Today he's a leader. Back then, he was an outlaw.

Today, he's the spiritual leader for the world's 1.2 billion Catholics. But how did the Pope become one of the most powerful people on Earth? Learn more and watch the new CNN Original Series, "Pope: The Most Powerful Man in History," Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

She survived the school shooting but won't rejoin her classmates today. Here's why.

Samantha Fuentes walks with a cane after a bullet pierced her thigh and shrapnel hit her legs and face during the deadly shooting at South Florida's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

California Today

California Today: California Today: Should Bail Be Set Above What Defendants Can Pay?

Wednesday: What it costs to get out of jail in San Francisco, the Supreme Court’s blow to detained immigrants, and a study linking drinking to longevity.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Can I Bring My Pet on Public Transit?

Wednesday: Rules for pet riders, what snowflakes say about climate change, and Purim.

The relentless pressure to succeed is driving girls to despair

As a mom of two daughters, I'm mindful of how girls today have more opportunity than ever. In fact, I tell my girls this all the time: They can be anything they want and shatter any glass ceiling, even the highest one, the presidency.

Analysis: The most important congressional race no one is paying attention to

Two weeks from today, voters in western Pennsylvania will go to the polls to choose their next member of Congress. It might just be the most important race no one is paying attention to right now.

California Today

California Today: California Today: Some Central Valley Crops Imperiled by Cold

Tuesday: “There will be damage,” a grower warns, the Supreme Court turns down a DACA request, and a decades-old Jewish deli makes a change.

Syrian activist: We're sick of waiting on death row

Today was my first day in the basement. I ran down after missiles struck our house at night. In under two minutes, my family and I crossed 150 meters to the nearest makeshift shelter for women and children. We had no time to take any of our belongings with us. We just wanted to escape the hellfire raining on us.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Protecting the Reservoir That Made Brooklyn

Tuesday: A local treasure on the National Register of Historic Places, splendid weather and hidden city reservoirs.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Documenting Protest

Monday: the reflections of a photojournalist, clearer weather and the anniversary of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

California Today

California Today: California Today: Health Care Proves Divisive Among Democrats

Friday: Candidates for governor spar in San Diego, a powerful state senator resigns, and a Riverside County native nabs ice hockey gold.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Commutes Both Bad and Good

Friday: The Worst Commute of the Week award, wet weather and a slew of film festivals.

Staff can return to site of massacre today; students next week

For these 3,000 teens, there's no such thing as going back to normal.

Five things you need to know today

Colombia used to be Latin America's economic star. Now its list of challenges grows longer because of a refugee crisis from Venezuela. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today" delivered to your inbox daily. Sign up here.)

Why photographers go crazy for this pink city

The city of Jaipur is one of India's architectural wonders. It houses some of the country's most ornate royal palaces -- elaborate structures designed hundreds of years ago that still captivate visitors today.


A wartime tragedy resurfaces in Berlinale refugee study

BERLIN (Reuters) - Decades after he won a Silver Bear prize for a pioneering film about the fate of Jews fleeing Nazi Germany, Swiss director Markus Imhoof returns to the Berlinale with "Eldorado", a meditation on Europe's attitudes to refugees arriving today.

California Today

California Today: California Today: After Legalization, Dr. Dre’s ‘Weed Man’ Is Thriving

Thursday: A man who sold marijuana to celebrities hopes Compton will reconsider its ban, a school shooting threat in Whittier, and a new road map to weight loss.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Our City’s Rosa Parks

Thursday: The 19th-century woman who desegregated New York City’s public transit, colder weather, and Beer Week.


Marcos-era musical resonates with modern Philippines, director says

BERLIN (Reuters) - Filipino director Lav Diaz's musical about martial law under President Ferdinand Marcos is set firmly in the 1970s, but the movie is as much about today, he told Reuters at the Berlin film festival on Wednesday.

California Today

California Today: California Today: A Cherished Black Bookstore in a Changing South L.A.

Wednesday: Eso Won Books preserves its identity decades after opening, a state gun law stands, and cold weather sends a chill through the state.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Ghost Signs

Wednesday: Fading advertisements, record temperatures expected, and the murder of Malcolm X.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Albany Agenda

Tuesday: Legislation to watch this year, “Malcolm X Speaks”, and a look at key players in Albany.

California Today

California Today: California Today: Senators Vent Their Frustration About Guns

Tuesday: Kamala Harris and Dianne Feinstein speak out after a school shooting, an army of bots spring into action, and “Tacros” arrive at the Ferry Building.


Wilde's struggle has echoes in some countries today, says "Happy Prince" director Everett

BERLIN (Reuters) - British actor Rupert Everett said his Berlinale entry about the exile of Irish playwright Oscar Wilde in the 1890s was an expression of homosexuals' tragedy which is still present in some parts of the world today.


Hear How ‘Mozart in the Jungle’ Became a New-Music Showcase

The daffy Amazon comedy, whose fourth season began streaming on Friday, has emerged as an unlikely destination for some of today’s hippest composers.

Analysis: It's been a year since Trump did this

Exactly one year ago today, Donald Trump held the first formal solo news conference of his presidency.

California Today

California Today: California Today: Six Decades of Jasper Johns at the Broad

Friday: An eagerly awaited exhibitions opens in Los Angeles, frustration mounts over inaction on guns, and Lunar New Year celebrations get underway.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Celebrating Our First Ladies

Friday: Remembering president’s wives from New York, a snowstorm tomorrow, your weekend lineup, and Lunar New Year festivities.

Books and Literature

Fiction: Two Novels Trace Parallels Between Past and Present, or Create Them

“The Maze at Windermere,” by Gregory Blake Smith, imagines Newport, R.I., from the 17th century to today. “Peculiar Ground,” by Lucy Hughes-Hallett, does the same for a British estate.

Books and Literature

Fiction: What Would It Be Like to Be 400 Years Old?

In Matt Haig’s new novel, “How to Stop Time,” the narrator — born in 1581, and still alive today — seems to be having a midlife crisis.

Tribute for slain teacher: I'm alive today because of him

A student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida praises the geography teacher who saved her life during the mass shooting that left 17 dead.

What passenger planes might look like in 2068

If time travelers from 1968 found themselves in an airport today, there might be plenty of changes that surprise them. But the planes would look reassuringly familiar.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: The Lunar New Year Laundromat

Preparing for the Year of the Dog, an Olympic viewing party, and warmer weather.

Shaun White: Sorry for calling allegations 'gossip'

Olympic snowboarder Shaun White apologized on NBC's "Today Show" for calling harassment allegations against him "gossip."

California Today

California Today: California Today: How One Congressman Is Responding to Bad Press

Wednesday: A news site created by Devin Nunes, businesses caught in a bind over undocumented immigrants, and a guide for Valentine’s Day.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Where Did Your Roses Grow?

Wednesday: From farm to Valentine’s Day bouquet, where to celebrate the holiday, and Ash Wednesday.

Books and Literature

Nonfiction: How We Got From Twinkies to Tofu

In “Hippie Food,” Jonathan Kauffman tracks the emergence of the organic, politicized diet so many Americans love today.


Thailand bets on 'magic pills' to boost declining birth rate

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand has tried cash bonuses and tax incentives to boost the country's birth rate, but on Valentine's Day today it adopted a new approach - handing out vitamin pills.

California Today

California Today: California Today: Would a Qualcomm Takeover Be Bad for San Diego?

Tuesday: How much big companies actually matter to a city, President Trump’s $4.4 trillion budget, and the key to getting good at math.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: The Story Behind the Street Hearts

Tuesday: New York Romantic, Mardi Gras celebrations, and broken heart week.

United States Politics and Government

Op-Ed Contributor: Reagan’s ‘Party of Ideas’ Is Down to Just One: Tax Cuts

For today’s G.O.P., “right” or “wrong” is a question of whether it helps the party or not.

Opinion: Obama's new portrait of loneliness

The National Portrait Gallery today unveiled its official portrait of President Barack Obama, alongside that of former First Lady Michelle Obama. But which Obama is on view in this painting?

Why we're fighting for MLK's final cause

Fifty years ago today, hundreds of black sanitation workers in Memphis walked off their jobs after two of their brothers were crushed to death by their truck's faulty compactor. For more than 60 days, the striking workers made daily marches from the local church to city hall, wearing signs that declared, "I AM A MAN."

California Today

California Today: California Today: Chloe Kim’s Olympic Journey Started at Mountain High, With Her Dad

Monday: One of the world’s best snowboarders (who happens to be from Torrance), questions about Nancy Pelosi’s leadership, and five years since the hunt for Christopher Dorner.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Dog Concierge Tells All

Monday: Secrets from the hotel that hosts 600 Westminster show dogs, Off-Broadway week and the anniversary of the premiere of “Dracula.”

Where is Patty Hearst today?

The Patty Hearst kidnapping and its resulting criminal trial became known as the original "crime of the century," and it made Hearst and her attorney F. Lee Bailey household names. For more, watch "The Radical Story of Patty Hearst" Sundays at 9 p.m. ET.

Corker has second thoughts on retiring

Here are the stories our DC insiders are talking about in this week's "Inside Politics" forecast, where you get a glimpse of tomorrow's headlines today.

California Today

California Today: California Today: Earthquake Insurance Sales Spiked in 2017

Friday: Last year’s string of disasters prompted more people to get insured, the stock market plunges again, and the police find “burritos” filled with meth.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: From Here to Pyeongchang

Friday: A chat with a New York mogul skier, weekend events and a 250-pound bagel.

Why this 1974 crime still matters

The kidnapping of Patty Hearst can seem as distant in time as a yellowed newspaper clipping -- and as current as today's bit-borne headline.

California Today

California Today: California Today: Is ‘The Shape of Water’ the Movie to Beat?

Thursday: A look at the Oscars race, the L.A. Times sale is official, and Elon Musk freaks out Californians once again.

New York City

New York Today: New York Today: Fashion Rejects

Thursday: Scavenging fancy fabric in Queens, Zadie Smith talks about her new book, and free tax help.

USA Today: Gay Olympic athlete turns down Pence meeting

US Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon turned down a meeting with Vice President Mike Pence after criticizing him for his stance on gay rights, USA Today reported Wednesday.

Sources say a scramble ensued to defend top aide Rob Porter, who denied the allegations but resigned today.

Allegations of domestic abuse levied against top White House staffer Rob Porter by his ex-wives were known among senior aides to President Donald Trump for months, even as his stock in the West Wing continued to rise, multiple sources told CNN on Wednesday.

Olympic Games (2018)

Sports of The Times: The Puzzling Olympic Ban on Russians: Gone Today, They May Be Here Tomorrow

Because the International Olympic Committee did not move quickly enough to address Russia’s doping scheme, arbitrators are still considering appeals by barred athletes seeking to compete on their own.