We looked inside some of the tweets by @nytimes and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Nervous talk of Joe Biden's age & verbal adventures has been the Dem 2020 subtext for months. But rival candidates who have tried to attack on it have gotten burned.
"They weren’t going to roll the dice on a generational candidate,” said @ericswalwell. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/16/us/politics/democrats-biden-2020-age.html
2 men who said they were hired to test an Iowa courthouse’s security were arrested after alarms went off, according to court documents. The state said it “did not intend, or anticipate, those efforts to include the forced entry into a building.” https://nyti.ms/2AkU6lM
“The Fed simply doesn’t have enough firefighting capability at its disposal to fight even an average next recession," David Wilcox, its former head of research and statistics, told me. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/16/business/economy/fed-meeting-interest-rates.html
Mike Stefanik, one of the most successful modified stock car drivers in NASCAR history, died in a plane crash in Connecticut on Sunday, the authorities said. He was 61. https://nyti.ms/30p38IQ
He was known for his work with ancient fossils. Now this scientist is helping law enforcement agencies identify killers and victims in long unsolved crimes using DNA from hair. https://nyti.ms/30oM3Pc
A new crop of wedding-themed classes and workshops offer couples expert training in various skills, from flower-crown making to wedding-vows writing https://nyti.ms/2zODe6u
This fantastic meal can be ready in 20 minutes. Toss together seared gnocchi and sautéed brussels sprouts with lemon zest, red-pepper flakes and brown butter and feast. https://nyti.ms/2AknSHn
Shane Gillis, a comedian announced as a new cast member on "SNL" before videos surfaced in which he used slurs and offensive language, will not be joining the show, "SNL" announced Monday. A spokesperson said they "were not aware of his prior remarks."https://nyti.ms/30lBxZf
A shadowy science institute, funded by food and drug industry giants, has been quietly infiltrating government agencies around the world and fighting restrictions on sugary or processed foods https://nyti.ms/2ApuAMc
Over the years we have reported countless stories of people caught in the hopeless grind of the conflict in Afghanistan. We recently reached some of those individuals to hear their feelings and fears. https://nyti.ms/2AqaxwY
The University of Chicago is the home of the consensus on antitrust thinking for 4 decades, which has helped Big Tech. Now even there, faculty are starting to question that ideology.
By @daiwaka, who filed this gem while on parental leave https://nyti.ms/32JSb6g
At least 22 people were injured in a deck collapse on a 3-story rental home at the Jersey shore, including an unspecified number of firefighters who were in Wildwood for the New Jersey Firemen’s Convention, according to hospitals and local officials. https://nyti.ms/2AjSkkT
"Humans already use performance-enhancing drugs and technology in many everyday activities," writes Zoltan Istvan. "We can extend that same open-mindedness to select sporting events and reveal what the human being can do athletically."https://nyti.ms/34MhqqG
The Manhattan district attorney subpoenaed 8 years of President Trump’s personal and corporate tax returns as he looks into payments to Stormy Daniels https://nyti.ms/2AoyVzm
Victor Vescovo, a rich investor who has skied the North Pole and climbed Mount Everest, said he set the world record for the deepest-ever ocean dive by a human. James Cameron, the creator of "Avatar" and "Titanic," begs to differ. https://nyti.ms/30nZ1wN
Saudi Arabia said that Iranian weapons were used in aerial strikes over the weekend that interrupted much of the kingdom’s oil production and that the strikes had not been launched from Yemen. The statement was made without offering supporting evidence. https://nyti.ms/30i9SIA
Sympathetic words in an elevator, a sign from above and more reader tales of life in New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary. https://nyti.ms/30l0Hap
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority released its 5-year wish list to overhaul the subway and the rest of the city’s floundering transit network. It includes modern subway signals, new elevators and an extension of the Second Avenue line. https://nyti.ms/30iN4bD