Marc Lacey, the National editor, will be onstage with the CNN anchors Anderson Cooper and Erin Burnett at the first debate The Times has hosted in more than a decade.
Julie BosmanYou've seen presidential debates, but never one moderated by my boss, @marclacey, who has reported all over the world, runs the NYT National desk & keeps all of us correspondents out in the country on our toes. Meet him before tuning in tonight
As authorities work to understand the spate of vaping-related lung illnesses, a small-town drug bust offers a closer look at the vast black market for vaping supplies.
Julie BosmanI went to Wisconsin to report one of the craziest stories I have seen in a long time. Meet the Huffhines brothers, age 20 and 23, who police believe were key players in an underground THC vaping operation. On today's A1, w/@mrichtel
The most significant collection of photographs depicting African-American life in the 20th century is being auctioned. Historians fear the archive could end up hidden away.
Julie BosmanLast week, I visited an absolute treasure, hidden away in a brick warehouse in an industrial stretch of the West Side of Chicago: the photo archive of Ebony and Jet magazines, set to be auctioned tomorrow. Here are some of its gems
Julie Bosman“It keeps me up at night, thinking about the future of this archive,” said Tiffany M. Gill, a historian. “You can’t really tell the story of black life in the 20th century without these images from the Johnson archive."
Julie BosmanA group of four major foundations got together, pooled $30 million, and won an auction for the Ebony and Jet archive. They only got the idea to form the group last week.
Mr. Iacocca helped create the Ford Mustang, saved the failing Chrysler Corporation and came to personify the American auto industry.
Julie BosmanI grew up thinking of Lee Iacocca as a Mr. Potter-esque villain who shut down a Chrysler plant when I was a kid and devastated my hometown. This masterful NYT obit is a handy fact-check
Thousands of people in Wisconsin visit farms each June for a tradition known as the dairy breakfast. In one county where the industry struggles, two families kept the breakfast going.
Julie BosmanLast weekend, I went to La Crosse County, Wis., to report on a beloved Wisconsin tradition: the dairy breakfast. Each June, one farm in each county hosts, and thousands of people start showing up at dawn. The menu: eggs, yogurt, pancakes, and ice cream.