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  • At least 25 people were killed on Saturday in an attack on a military parade in Ahvaz, the center of recent antigovernment protests in Iran.

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  • A tweet defending Judge Brett Kavanaugh against the sexual assault accusation briefly rattled Washington. We look at the man behind the bizarre theory.

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  • New York Times contributor Logan Hill is live in conversation with the actors Robert Redford, Sissy Spacek and the writer-director David Lowery after an advance screening of the new crime drama “The Old Man & the Gun." Leave your questions in the comments and Hill will ask some.


  • In “Assassination Nation,” a town is plunged into chaos when the data of some of its residents are leaked online. This sequence captures a break-in by masked burglars that comes as a result of the anger from the hacks. 

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  • New York Times Big City columnist Ginia Bellafante is live with the actor @DavidDuchovnyOfficial answering your questions about his career and new novel, “Miss Subways,” at the New York Transit Museum. This conversation is part of a Big City Book Club live event, hosted by The New York Times subscriber events. Visit for more events in your area. #TimesEvents.


  • We’re solving The New York Times crossword puzzle. Wordplay columnist Deb Amlen and assistant crossword puzzles editor Sam Ezersky are here with hints and encouragement. Put your guesses in the comments. New to crosswords? Follow our guide:


  • Judge Brett Kavanaugh has publicly shared his fond memories of drinking and partying in his youth. Those remarks are now facing scrutiny since he’s been accused of sexual assault.

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  • Don’t miss the @Kevin Hart and @Tiffany Haddish as they riff on their creative process, unusual roads to fame and how their brand of comedy is a cultural hit with generations both young and old moderated by New York Times Magazine staff editor Jazmin Hughes. If you have any questions, leave them in the comments and Hughes will ask some.


  • The aftermath of Hurricane Florence has left many parts of North Carolina inundated from floods caused by heavy rains. Our drone captures the scope of the damage. 

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  • You just heard a racist comment from a friend, a relative, a co-worker, a stranger: What do you you do? Do you speak up? Are you stunned into silence? Join our live conversation with Will Walker, a white college student in Santa Barbara, Ca., and Janis Middleton, a black woman who works in advertising in Atlanta, who both responded to our recent call-out asking readers what they do in these situations. Leave your thoughts and questions in the comments and NYT writer Rachel Swarns will bring you into the conversation. Subscribe to our Race/Related newsletter:


  • “If she shows up, that would be wonderful.” President Trump suggested that he was eager to hear from Christine Blasey Ford, the university professor who has accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her.

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  • How does President Trump’s defense of Judge Brett Kavanaugh compare with his remarks on other powerful men accused of sexual assault? Our video looks at what Trump has said in the past.

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At least 25 people were killed on Saturday in an attack on a military parade in Ahvaz, the center of recent antigovernment protests in Iran. Read more:





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