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Touch adjustments have been criticized for being opportunities for inappropriate touches between instructors and students.

A trauma researcher who’s studied yoga for nearly 20 years thinks studios need to abolish touch adjustments

David Emerson says the conversation on consent in yoga must shift from how to make touch adjustments safer to questioning their place in the studio.
President Trump announced the White House would no longer subscribe to print copies of the New York Times in late October.

Conservative officials in Florida refused to pay for a library’s subscription to The New York Times, calling it ‘fake news.’ Experts...

The officials defended preventing the 70,000 residents from gaining free online access to The Times because each library had one print copy.

So if the White House canceled its subscription to the Washington Post and the New York Times, what IS it reading?

Several of the publications, including the Washingon Times and the New York Post, have editorial boards that have largely avoided criticizing Trump.
Mourners attend a funeral, for Kurdish political leader Hevrin Khalaf and others including civilians and Kurdish fighters, in the northeastern Syrian Kurdish town of Derik, known as al-Malikiyah in Arabic, on October 13, 2019.

US forces reportedly leave dozens of ‘high value’ ISIS prisoners behind as they begin to pull out of northern Syria

Trump last week claimed that the US had moved some of the "most dangerous" ISIS prisoners but US officials told The New York Times that wasn't true.
The lobster sausage was tasty, but the lamb and chickpea crepe blew us away.

Mouth-watering photos show some of the most spectacular and delicious things we ate at The New York Times Food Festival, which showcased NYC’s i...

Inside a ticketed area of Bryant Park, The New York Times hosted 20 of New York's coolest restaurants serving up a taste of the uniquely-delicious.
The lobster sausage was tasty, but the lamb and chickpea crepe blew us away.

Mouthwatering photos show some of the most spectacular and delicious things we ate at The New York Times Food Festival, which showcased NYC’s ic...

Inside a ticketed area of Bryant Park, The New York Times hosted 20 of New York's coolest restaurants serving up a taste of the uniquely-delicious.

Here’s how one whistleblower is connected to Deutsche Bank, the Sony Pictures hack, and an investigation of President Trump

Val Broeksmit had access to a huge stockpile of corporate secrets related to Deutsche Bank, according to the New York Times.
Trump supporters have been calling the New York Times en masse.

New York Times publisher says they were alerted that Trump administration couldn’t be relied on to protect journalist on the verge of arrest in ...

The publisher of the New York Times, A. G. Sulzberger, railed against Trump's attacks on the media in an op-ed on Monday.
Brett Kavanaugh.

The New York Times botched a story with new allegations against Brett Kavanaugh. But it’s still ramped up calls for his impeachment

"People have their own agendas and they're using the book to serve them," co-author Robin Pogrebin said of the calls for Kavanaugh's impeachment.
The White House last week agreed to a limited, weeklong FBI investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

The New York Times report with a new bombshell allegation against Brett Kavanaugh left out a very important detail. Here’s what it means.

Kavanaugh's defenders and critics are using The Times' reporting as ammo in a renewed battle over whether he is fit to serve on the Supreme Court.