The New York Times says it is adding astrology to its online platform.
It will be on the home page of the NYT, and the news, reviews, podcasts and more.
It is a huge move, especially for those who are not familiar with the discipline.
The Times, which also publishes the Times Book Review, has previously written about astrology.
Now, the paper will feature astrology in its main sections and some sections will have a section on astrology for adults.
The Times says the new astrology section will be dedicated to astrology and its influence on life.
The new section will include links to articles and reviews, and it will also feature a section about astrological readings, which can be read online.
The Astrology Section of the Times will have the ability to add articles, reviews and podcasts about astrologers.
It is important for the Times to include astrology as an integral part of its coverage of the news and information it publishes.
The astrology sections are an important part of the content, and they are also where people can learn more about the science of astrology themselves.
The astrologie, or science of the stars, has a long history.
It has roots in the ancient Greek system of horoscopes, which included both a person’s beliefs about the planets and the stars.
This science of nature and stars has become popular among astronomers.
The new section on the new Astrology section is the result of the effort of an astrologer who studied with the late Carl Sagan, the late astronomer Carl Sagan.
This is not the first time that the Times has added astrology into its news.
It did so in 2012, when it added astrology to its website.
Astrology was not included in that article.
The article said that the article is “part of a broader effort by the Times Newsroom to add astrology — a subject that has a rich history and many fascinating theories, but often not a well-known one — into the newsroom’s coverage.”
The Times News Office has not yet responded to a request for comment.