NY Times U.S. Election, Calais, AT&T: Your Monday Briefing 2016-10-24T10:39:58.000000Z Here’s what you need to know to start your day. Gordon Hamilton, Climate Scientist, Dies in Accident in Antarctica 2016-10-24T10:10:39.000000Z The 50-year-old University of Maine researcher, who was studying changes in sea levels, died when his snowmobile went into a crevasse. New York Today: New York Today: How to Build a Subway 2016-10-24T09:58:08.000000Z Monday: Tunnel-boring machines, blustery weather, and the opening of the George Washington Bridge. The Naked Truth About German Nudists 2016-10-24T09:50:22.000000Z One writer sets out to explore the country’s widespread culture of nudity — and tries it on for herself. Tom Hayden, Civil Rights and Antiwar Activist Turned Lawmaker, Dies at 76 2016-10-24T09:46:57.000000Z Mr. Hayden, one of the nation’s most visible radicals in the 1960s and early ’70s, was a founder of Students for a Democratic Society and a former husband of Jane Fonda. A Trip Down Obama Highway in an Old Dixie Town 2016-10-24T09:38:38.000000Z The presidency of Barack Obama ends in three months. It will be memorialized in ways both grand and small, as in the renaming of a thoroughfare in the town of Riviera Beach, Fla. Why the Justice Dept. Will Have Far Fewer Watchdogs in Polling Places 2016-10-24T09:00:23.000000Z A decision to send special observers to only four states worries civil rights advocates, but officials say their hands are tied by a Supreme Court ruling. What in the World: For Britain, Quitting the E.U.’s Market May Be a Tough Sell 2016-10-24T09:00:22.000000Z One of the union’s hallmark features allows Europeans to move and invest freely across borders, but Britain’s exit raises questions about what kind of access it may have. Fiction: Six New Thrillers for Fall 2016-10-24T09:00:22.000000Z The season’s thrillers include Lee Child’s latest Jack Reacher novel, “Night School,” and Francesca Kay’s “The Long Room,” about a British spy in London in 1981. France Begins to Clear ‘Jungle’ Migrant Camp Outside Calais 2016-10-24T08:14:17.000000Z It was the start of the country’s effort to dismantle what has become an emblem of Europe’s struggle to get a handle on the migration crisis.