Front Page: The New York Times, Sunday, April 9, 2023


Leaked Documents Reveal Depth of U.S. Spy Efforts and Russia’s Military Struggles

The new documents appear to show that America’s understanding of Russian planning remains extensive and that the United States is able to warn Ukraine’s military about Moscow’s future operations.

The information, exposed on social media sites, also shows that U.S. intelligence services are eavesdropping on important allies.

Georgia Looms Next After Trump’s Indictment in New York

For Donald J. Trump, the possibility of a second criminal indictment in another state underscores the blizzard of legal challenges he is facing, even as he emerges as the clear front-runner among Republican presidential candidates.

Former President Donald J. Trump now faces a very different legal challenge in the culmination of a more than two-year Atlanta investigation into election interference.

Live Music Is Roaring Back. But Fans Are Reeling From Sticker Shock.

Buying concert tickets has become a mess of high prices and surcharges, anxiety-inducing registrations and pervasive scalping as some of pop’s biggest acts hit the road again.

At Stanford Law School, the Dean Takes a Stand for Free Speech. Will It Work?

After a student protest, Jenny S. Martinez wrote a much-praised memo defending academic freedom. But that protest shows how complicated protecting free speech can be.

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