Supply Chain Woes Could Worsen as China Imposes New Covid Policies
- Businesses are bracing for another shock to the global conveyor belt for goods as China, home to about a third of global manufacturing, locks down millions.
- The disruptions would come at a fraught moment for manufacturers already struggling with rising prices for materials and shipping and worker shortages.
Daily coronavirus cases are falling in New York but hospitals remain under strain. Here’s the latest on Covid-19.
Now Is the Winter of Broadway’s Discontent
Curtains are rising again after the Omicron surge caused cancellations, but attendance has fallen steeply. Nine shows are closing, at least temporarily.
Without hard rules about employees who test positive, restaurants in New York are weighing safety against finances.
Mexico City’s Newfound Status: A Skateboarder’s Paradise
With improved accessibility and support from the government, skateboarding schools, stores and a diverse social scene have taken flight.
The sci-fi visionary Neal Stephenson thinks greed might be the thing that saves us.
Keep track of the latest news and highlights from the N.F.L. playoffs.
This Presidency Isn’t Turning Out as Planned
Ukraine Doesn’t Need the West to Defend It. We Need Help Preparing for War.
Reginald T. Jackson
How Did Democrats Let This Happen?
Charles M. Blow
Failure on Voting Rights Would Be Historic
Novak Djokovic Got the Boot. Australians Are Thrilled.
Carl Erik Fisher
It’s Misleading to Call Addiction a Disease
Tish Harrison Warren
How I Freed Up Time to Daydream
Building a Better Meatpacking Industry
The Sunday Read
The honeymoon’s over for California residents now that wildfires are almost constant.
Listen to ‘Sway’
Mayor London Breed of San Francisco explains why she doesn’t want a lecture from progressives.
Russia Issues Subtle Threats More Far-Reaching Than a Ukraine Invasion
If the West fails to meet its demands, Moscow could take measures like placing nuclear missiles close to the U.S. coastline, Russian officials hinted.
Northeast Braces for Storm After Heavy Snow in the South
The storm, which left tens of thousands of customers without power in the Southeast, was expected to drop about a foot of snow in parts of the Northeast.
Tonga Shrouded by Ash and Mystery After Powerful Volcano Erupts
So far, the only deaths reported occurred 6,000 miles away, in Peru. But outside emergency workers have yet to make their way to the Pacific island nation.
When Two League Titles in Eight Months Don’t Count
Pitso Mosimane enjoyed a better 2021 than almost any coach in world soccer. Just don’t expect FIFA, or soccer, to notice.
Five Weeknight Dishes to Carry You to Next Weekend
Lidey Heuck’s recipe for red curry lentils with sweet potatoes and spinach is inspired by dal but run through with Thai elements.