The increased demand for California’s water witches; the history of denialism in American public health; and Anthony Veasna So’s debut collection. This weekend, listen to narrated articles from across The New York Times. nyti.ms/2V5BnZw
Went with @mjrhill to Olympic golf, where the final threesome has $91 million in career tour earnings and the connection to the Olympics felt far away, physically and spiritually. But the players seemed to like it. nytimes.com/2021/08/01/spo…
The Delta variant is spreading rapidly worldwide and fueling new coronavirus outbreaks in the U.S., mainly among the unvaccinated. Here’s what scientists know (and what you should, too). nyti.ms/3fiXCC4
“‘Why do you think that, at 67, I would start a career as a dictator?’” President Kais Saied of Tunisia said in a meeting with The Times, quoting Charles de Gaulle. He vowed to preserve hard-fought rights in the country where the Arab Spring began. nyti.ms/3lo6pq3
A new study found that significant depictions of disability in film and television shows have nearly tripled over the past decade compared to the previous 10 years. But most of those titles don't feature disabled actors. nyti.ms/3liHoMV
If your phone is a distraction at bedtime but also your morning wake-up alarm, try swapping it for one of these modern alarm clocks tested by @wirecutter to help create a distraction free bedroom ⏰ nyti.ms/2VlFPD1
Nina Derwael of Belgium wins 🥇 in the women’s uneven bars #Tokyo2020 final. Anastasiia Iliankova of the Russian Olympic Committee is 🥈 and Sunisa Lee of the U.S., the women’s all-around champion, came in 🥉. nyti.ms/2V2qqI9
Tokyo’s 24-hour convenience stores, or conbini as they are known in Japan, have quickly become a primary source of sustenance — and, more surprisingly, culinary enjoyment — for many visitors navigating one of the strangest #Olympics in history. nyti.ms/3ickGUS
NEWS: Trump team said it raised $82 million in the first six months of 2021.
Federal records show that is not true.
That sum counts $23 million+ in transfers of money that was raised last year into other Trump-affiliated committees.
It’s easy to feel powerless against climate change. But the way to beat climate anxiety is through meaningful actions that empower you — at home and beyond. Here are five ways to do that. nyti.ms/2WCYVoW