Tuesday Briefing – The New York Times

Claudia Sheinbaum, climate scientist and former mayor of Mexico City, will be the next president of Mexico after an overwhelming victory in the domestic election. She will be the first woman and first Jew to hold this position.

Sheinbaum, a leftist, defeated his opponent by a staggering 30 percentage points or more, the results showed. Votes are still being counted: See live results here.

Her victory shows that most Mexicans are satisfied with their country’s direction: Sheinbaum, 61, is the chosen successor of Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the current president.

What’s next: Sheinbaum’s next hurdle will be escaping López Obrador’s shadow. She noted that they were “different people,” though she appealed to voters by promising to cement his legacy. This is Things to know about Mexico’s next leader.

Systemic changes: Sheinbaum’s party is within reach of a large enough majority in Congress to enact constitutional reform which critics fear will weaken democratic checks and balances.

President Biden is expected to sign an executive order today granting him temporary authorization blockade of the US-Mexico border to migrants, a move that would suspend protections for asylum seekers in the US

The order would be the most restrictive border policy introduced by Biden, who is under intense political pressure to tackle illegal immigration ahead of November’s presidential election. It also echoes efforts to President Donald Trump’s efforts to stop immigration in 2018, which were attacked by Democrats and blocked by federal courts.

Detail: The order would allow border officials to block migrants from claiming asylum and quickly turn them away once border crossings exceed certain thresholds.

The numbers: On Sunday, border officials arrested more than 3,500 migrants who crossed the border illegally, according to a person familiar with the data.

After six weeks and more than 640 million votes cast across the country, India’s general election ended today.

The contest will decide whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has championed India’s development while pushing a Hindu-first agenda that has exacerbated religious and ethnic rifts, whether to win a third five-year term.

The election, a mammoth undertaking described as the largest peacetime logistics exercise anywhere, coincided with a intense heatwave in much of northern India killing at least 19 poll workers.

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Pets teach us about life, love and death. The last thing is especially important, Sam Anderson writes in this animated film, about a hamster named Mango and a dog named Walnut. Unlike us, Sam writes, animals don’t seem to spend their lives worrying about their impending death.

“Perhaps they exist in an eternal present,” he wrote, “an eternal light that we will never perceive.”

For more, listen to Sam new podcast“Animal.”

  • Rhabarberbarbarabarbarenbartbarbierbier (we swear this is not a typo): TikTok favorite one German rap about rhubarbserved by Barbara to rhubarb-loving savages who drink beer while trimming their beards.

  • Modern: A group of experts has come up 25 photos has taken over the world’s best since 1955.

  • Are women’s pants gender-neutral? Unlike men’s pants, with standard seams and waists, women’s sizes more conceptual than practical.

Words of encouragement: Most famous (and infamous) Sports speech.

US Women’s Open: How Yuka Saso appeared to win again.

Late finish: The game’s impact extends to tennis players and fans.

France opens: Novak Djokovic enters the quarterfinalsand Alexander Zverev defeated Holger Rune.

The war in Gaza is forcing Holocaust museums in the US to debate how they discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

For many supporters of Israel’s war, there is a direct line between the anti-Semitism that fueled the Holocaust and the ideology of Hamas. Hamas’ attack on Israel made October 7 the deadliest day for Jews since the Nazi genocide, a history that is fading from living memory.

To many anti-war protesters, Israel’s military campaign amounts to a genocide. And young visitors to the memorial service — inundated with images on social media showing tens of thousands of Palestinians killed and millions displaced from their homes — are carrying that context with them.


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