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Donald Trump Picks Scott Pruitt, Ally of Fossil Fuel Industry, to Lead E.P.A. (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
Mr. Pruitt, the Oklahoma attorney general, has been a key architect of the legal battle against President Obama’s climate change policies.
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John Kelly, Retired Marine General, Is Trump’s Choice to Lead Homeland Security (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
General Kelly had a 40-year career in the Marine Corps. In 2010, one of his sons was killed while leading a platoon in Afghanistan.
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Transition Briefing: Donald Trump: I’ve Done Nothing to Divide the Country (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
The president-elect gave interviews to Time and NBC, denying any responsibility for the nation’s divisions. He hinted that young illegal immigrants could be spared.
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Talks With Mitt Romney for Secretary of State ‘Not About Revenge,’ Trump Says (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
The president-elect said “we’ve come a long way” about his relationship with Mr. Romney, who sharply criticized Mr. Trump during the campaign.
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Terry Branstad, Iowa Governor, Is Trump’s Pick as China Ambassador (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
In selecting Mr. Branstad, who likes to describe President Xi Jinping as an “old friend,” the president-elect was using a softer tone alongside his unrelenting criticism of China.
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Bob Dole Worked Behind the Scenes on Trump-Taiwan Call (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
The former senator turned lobbyist worked to establish the high-level contacts that led the president-elect to call the president of Taiwan last week.
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Asia and Australia Edition: Aleppo, Donald Trump, Pakistan: Your Thursday Briefing (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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California Today: California Today: Schools Try to Calm New Fears Over Deportation (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
Wednesday: Schools try to reassure immigrant families, a dangerous outcome of rising Bay Area rents, and a long-distance run by two police officers honors the fallen.
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The 5 Easiest and 5 Most Difficult Promises for Donald Trump to Keep (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
President-elect Trump made many pledges on the campaign trail. Here’s a look at where he’ll have the least, and the most, resistance.
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Trump Fires Adviser’s Son From Transition for Spreading Fake News (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
Michael G. Flynn, the son of the pick for national security adviser, had posted on Twitter about a fake Hillary Clinton story that led to an armed encounter in a pizzeria.
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Sweeping Health Measure, Backed by Obama, Passes Senate (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
The 21st Century Cures Act, already passed by the House, was backed by an unusual alliance of pharmaceutical companies and patients desperate for cures.
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Your Daily Mini Crossword (jeu., 25 févr. 2016)
Solve a bite-size crossword in just a few minutes.
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Travel Tips: How to Get the Most Out of a Vacation by Train (mar., 29 nov. 2016)
Buy your ticket before you leave home, arrive at your departure city one day before your trip — and pack light.
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Insomniacs Are Helped by Online Therapy, Study Finds (mer., 30 nov. 2016)
The report suggests that many garden-variety insomniacs could benefit from cognitive behavior therapy without ever having to talk to a therapist.
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Girl Posting to Twitter From Aleppo Gains Sympathy, but Doubts Follow (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
Bana al-Abed, 7, has more than 220,000 followers on Twitter, where she chronicles the deprivations of a child in war-torn Syria. But she has also raised questions of authenticity.
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Syrian Forces Said to Drive Deeper Into Rebel-Held Aleppo (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
Antigovernment activists in the city were sending increasingly desperate messages about being killed or arrested, and civilians called for safe passage out.
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Feature: ‘The World Sees Me as the One Who Will Find Another Earth’ (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
The star-crossed life of Sara Seager, an astrophysicist obsessed with discovering distant planets.
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Room for Books (and Magic) (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
Livraria Lello in Portugal is a popular destination for book lovers and Harry Potter fans.
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The Best Movies of 2016 (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
The film critics of The New York Times — Manohla Dargis, A. O. Scott and Stephen Holden — share their picks for the best movies of the year.
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Donald Trump Is Time’s Person of the Year, to No One’s Surprise (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
The magazine called Mr. Trump the “president of the divided states of America” and named Hillary Clinton its runner-up.
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Critic's Notebook: Black Designers in Focus at Fashion Institute of Technology (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
A new show highlights the contributions of designers of African descent, from Jackie Kennedy’s first wedding gown to Michelle Obama’s Carpool Karaoke garb.
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What in the World: Who Haunts U.K. Ghost Trains? Railway Enthusiasts (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
The trains, bureaucratic curiosities that run infrequently and visit forgotten stations, are a draw for railroad fans, who try to ride as many as possible.
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Christie’s Contemporary Art Chief Departs to Become Dealer (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
Brett Gorvy, the auction house’s chairman and international head of postwar and contemporary art, will join Dominique Lévy, whose Madison Avenue gallery will be renamed Lévy Gorvy.
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Aston Martin Broadens the Brand (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
James Bond’s favorite automaker is introducing new models — and a powerboat.
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Peter Vaughan, Maester Aemon in ‘Game of Thrones,’ Dies at 93 (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
Mr. Vaughan had an acting career in films and British television for more than 50 years before his turn as the blind mentor to Jon Snow in the HBO series.
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Matteo Renzi Resigns, Ending Italy’s 63rd Government in 70 Years (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
Mr. Renzi stepped down as prime minister three days after constitutional changes on which he had staked his political career were rejected by voters.
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Indonesia Earthquake Kills Almost 100 in Aceh Province (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
The temblor had a preliminary magnitude of 6.5 and struck while many were asleep.
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Pakistani Passenger Plane Crashes With 48 on Board (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
At least 40 bodies have been recovered from the Pakistani International Airlines crash. Junaid Jamshed, a famous former pop singer, was among those on board.
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Trial of Dylann Roof, Suspect in Charleston Church Killings, Begins (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
Mr. Roof, 22, is accused of killing nine people at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C. He faces the death penalty.
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How Pearl Harbor Shaped the Modern World (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
Seventy-five years after the attack drew the United States into World War II, an abiding memory is fading.
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State of the Art: The Gadget Apocalypse Is Upon Us (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
Remember gadgets? They were wonderful, and now they’re no more.
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The Neediest Cases: A New Immigrant Hopes for a Culinary Career (mer., 07 déc. 2016)
With a toe in the food industry, Francisco Ramos, 19, who moved to the United States last year, now aspires to become a prep cook.
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