A stack of newsprint every weekend is nice. But a subscription to the Sunday Times is also a great solution to the problem of the dormant, underused iPad — the gift from last year that your mom, dad, grandmother or grandfather never quite connected with.
A Sunday-only subscription still gets you full digital access, meaning the complete daily edition as well as generous archive access reaching back to 1851 (trawling old NYTs is a pastime of mine). The digital subscription is compatible with any device that has an NYT app, be it an Android tablet or an iPhone, and allows multiple users to have access, so you can piggyback off your own gift. Win-win, and they deliver nationally, too.
- President Trump accused Barack Obama of organizing recent protests against him and leaking information from the White House to the press.
- Education Secretary Betsy DeVos compared historically black colleges and universities to charter schools, spurring criticism of "whitewashing history."
- A second wave of bomb threats sent to Jewish community centers brought the number of locations threatened on Monday to 30.
- PricewaterhouseCoopers fessed up to the Oscars oops that caused "La La Land" to be named best picture instead of "Moonlight."