NY Times G.O.P. Hopefuls in New York Races Walk Tightrope on Donald Trump 2016-10-23T23:38:26.000000Z Republicans are trying to find a balance between expressing support for Mr. Trump and distancing themselves from a candidate who may become toxic to the moderates and independents they need to win. N.F.L. Scores: Patriots Trust in Gronk; Eagles Knock Off Vikings 2016-10-23T23:33:41.000000Z The undefeated start in Minnesota is over, and the Patriots took advantage of a depleted Steelers team. Live scores and updates from N.F.L. Week 7. At Least 13 Killed in Bus Crash on California Highway 2016-10-23T22:45:20.000000Z The tour bus was traveling from a remote casino to Los Angeles when it slammed into a tractor-trailer near Palm Springs. Turkey’s Push to Join Battle for Mosul Inflames Tension With Iraq 2016-10-23T22:38:59.000000Z President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s insistence on a direct role, citing a “historical responsibility” that Iraq rejects, is undermining American goals in the region. As Artificial Intelligence Evolves, So Does Its Criminal Potential 2016-10-23T22:18:20.000000Z The next generation of online attack tools used by criminals will add machine learning capabilities pioneered by A.I. researchers. True or False: Is Hillary Clinton, Native Chicagoan, a Cubs Fan? 2016-10-23T21:58:01.000000Z A photograph posted on Twitter on Saturday night showed Mrs. Clinton, mouth agape in astonishment, as she watched the Cubs clinch a World Series berth. Some, though, question her loyalty to the team. Books of The Times: Review: In ‘Do Not Say We Have Nothing,’ a Portrait of Souls Snuffed Out 2016-10-23T20:16:50.000000Z Madeleine Thien’s beautiful, sorrowful novel pieces together the story of musicians’ — and China’s — sufferings during the Cultural Revolution. Asia Pacific Edition: Mosul, AT&T and U.S. Presidential Election: Your Monday Briefing 2016-10-23T20:11:01.000000Z Here’s what you need to know to start your day. The Corporate Confidence of the AT&T-Time Warner Deal 2016-10-23T19:58:12.000000Z Big deals are usually postponed during times of political and economic uncertainty, but many corporate titans apparently see smooth sailing ahead. Mariano Rajoy Set to Lead Spain as 10 Months of Deadlock Come to an End 2016-10-23T18:40:12.000000Z The Socialist Party voted not to block the re-election of Mr. Rajoy, the caretaker prime minister, clearing the way for him to form a new government.