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Charges Sought in Eric Garner’s Death, but Justice Officials Have Doubts (ven., 20 avril 2018)
Prosecutors recommended charging a New York police officer, but others question whether the case can be won. Mr. Garner’s gasps of “I can’t breathe” galvanized protesters.
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Comey Memos Provide Intimate Look Into Trump Presidency (ven., 20 avril 2018)
The memos, which had been redacted, detail phone calls and encounters between President Trump and James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director.
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6 Takeaways From the James Comey Memos (ven., 20 avril 2018)
The memos written by the former F.B.I. director James B. Comey paint a revealing portrait of his interactions with President Trump.
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The Daily: James Comey Opens Up About Ego, Distrust and More (ven., 20 avril 2018)
The former F.B.I. director was interviewed for “The Daily” podcast. Here are five takeaways from the conversation.
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D.N.C. Lawsuit Alleges Trump-Russia Conspiracy (ven., 20 avril 2018)
The lawsuit accuses Mr. Trump’s associates of illegally working with Russian intelligence agents to interfere with the outcome of the 2016 election.
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Giuliani to Join Trump’s Legal Team (ven., 20 avril 2018)
Rudolph W. Giuliani, the former New York City mayor and longtime Trump loyalist, will be part of a legal stable as the president faces the Russia investigation.
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McCabe Report Is Sent to Prosecutors to Weigh Possible Criminal Inquiry (ven., 20 avril 2018)
The Justice Department inspector general concluded in a scathing report that Andrew McCabe, the fired F.B.I. official, lacked candor when answering investigators’ questions.
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Feature: How Harvey Karp Turned Baby Sleep Into Big Business (jeu., 19 avril 2018)
This generation’s Doctor Spock popularized the swaddle and simple techniques for soothing infants. Why is he now selling a $1,160 robotic bassinet?
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Sanctions Are Hurting North Korea. Can They Make Kim Give In? (ven., 20 avril 2018)
The isolated North is finding ways to cope with tough new penalties. Is the economic pressure enough to get Kim Jong-un to give up his weapons?
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North Korea Drops Troop Demand, but U.S. Reacts Warily (ven., 20 avril 2018)
North Korea’s leader will no longer demand that American troops leave South Korea, the South’s president said, but American officials dismissed the idea that it was a capitulation.
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Confronting a Crisis? Now, Kim Jong-un Can Just Pick Up the Phone (ven., 20 avril 2018)
North Korea and South Korea have installed the first-ever telephone hotline between their top leaders in another sign of improving relations.
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How the C.I.A. Is Waging an Influence Campaign to Get a New Director Confirmed (ven., 20 avril 2018)
The C.I.A. is making an unusually public push to ensure President Trump’s nominee for director, Gina Haspel, is confirmed.
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News Analysis: ‘They Were Never Going to Let Me Be President’ (ven., 20 avril 2018)
Covering Hillary Clinton’s campaign from before it started to the very last moment.
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Op-Ed Contributor: Gaza: The Lesser Child of Israel’s Occupation (ven., 20 avril 2018)
Israelis barely talk about Gaza, yet it is one of Zionism’s greatest victims.
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Op-Ed Contributor: Cynthia Nixon Can Save the Democrats (From Themselves) (ven., 20 avril 2018)
If New York’s left can keep Andrew Cuomo from striding onto the national stage posing as a progressive, we can send the party a message it needs to hear.
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Op-Ed Columnist: The Insanity at the Gaza Fence (ven., 20 avril 2018)
Israel has the right to defend its borders, but not use lethal force against unarmed protesters.
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Editorial: A Rebuke to Trump, a Century in the Making (ven., 20 avril 2018)
With a man in the White House who helped set off a new women’s movement, the Equal Rights Amendment has a chance of being ratified.
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Op-Ed Contributor: Is Russia Sponsoring Terrorism? (ven., 20 avril 2018)
From poison to cyberattacks, Moscow has violated countless norms of warfare and sovereignty.
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Op-Ed Columnist: The Politically Incorrect Randa Jarrar (ven., 20 avril 2018)
Campus free speech is threatened on the left as well as the right.
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Op-Ed Columnist: The Great Snake Oil Slump (ven., 20 avril 2018)
Why has Trump’s tax cut been such a political fizzle?
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The Problem With Miracle Cancer Cures (ven., 20 avril 2018)
If immunotherapy worked most of the time, this would be an unambiguously happy story. But it doesn’t.
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Alabama Executes Mail Bomber, 83, the Oldest Inmate Put to Death in Modern Era (ven., 20 avril 2018)
Walter Leroy Moody Jr. used mail bombs to kill a federal judge and a civil rights lawyer in 1989. He spent years denying his guilt.
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Could New York City Parks Be Going Plastic Bottle-Free? (ven., 20 avril 2018)
The City Council plans to consider a ban on the sale of disposable plastic bottles at city parks, beaches and golf courses to cut down on waste.
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Party City Offers Ramadan Decorations, a First for a Big U.S. Retailer (ven., 20 avril 2018)
With Ramadan, the holiest month in Islam, on the way, many Muslims see the items as a welcome addition to their festivities.
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What to Expect From the National School Walkout for Gun Safety (jeu., 19 avril 2018)
With thousands of students expected to participate, here’s what you can expect from Friday’s walkout.
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Natalie Portman Backs Out of Israeli Award Ceremony (ven., 20 avril 2018)
Representatives cited her distress over “recent events” in Israel, without elaborating. Many took it to mean the deadly protests in Gaza.
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‘Yes, I’m Running as a Socialist.’ Why Candidates Are Embracing the Label in 2018 (ven., 20 avril 2018)
Anger at the outsize role played by wealth has ignited a surge in the number of people who identify openly as socialists, even in red states.
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G.O.P. Support Shows Cracks as Scott Pruitt’s Ethics Inquiries Widen (ven., 20 avril 2018)
Powerful conservative lawmakers have begun publicly questioning the E.P.A. chief and insisting on explanations of his travel and security spending.
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Inside the Deadlock Over Russia’s Track and Field Athletes (ven., 20 avril 2018)
The I.O.C. wants Russia back. The World Anti-Doping Agency and track and field’s governing body want the country to admit to state-sponsored doping.
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Once the ‘Killing Fields,’ East New York Has No Murders in 2018 (ven., 20 avril 2018)
No one can say exactly why there has not been a murder in a precinct where violence has been too common, and no one knows how long the peace will last.
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Sale at Heathrow Terminal 1. Everything Must Go. (ven., 20 avril 2018)
The entire contents of the aged building, which opened in the 1960s, will be up for auction before it’s torn down to make way for Terminal 2’s expansion.
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Modern Love: Flying Close to Temptation (ven., 20 avril 2018)
A newly married woman fears that her impulse to drink and keep it a secret will become a wall of deceit between her and her wife.
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Why You Should Hire a Financial Planner, Even if You’re Not Rich (ven., 20 avril 2018)
Now that tax time has passed, give yourself a financial fresh start and get some help to make the right money moves for next year.
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Editors’ Choice: 11 New Books We Recommend This Week (jeu., 19 avril 2018)
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
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Personal Health: Why You Should Get the New Shingles Vaccine (lun., 09 avril 2018)
People 50 and older should get the new shingles vaccine whether or not they remember having had chickenpox as a child, experts say.
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Tech Tip: Dodging Fake Fraud Alerts (lun., 09 avril 2018)
Many financial institutions offer fraud alerts by text, but if you’re not sure the message is real, call the company directly or check your account online.
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Profile: CNN’s Jake Tapper Has Emerged as a Staunch Defender of Facts in the Trump Era. So Why Is He Writing Fiction? (jeu., 19 avril 2018)
Tapper’s debut novel, “The Hellfire Club,” a historical thriller set in 1950s Washington, has some unsettling parallels to today’s political climate.
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Pursuits: A Birder’s Paradise in Zimbabwe (mer., 18 avril 2018)
One of the greatest concentrations of birds of prey in the world can be found among the towering rock formations and thick forests of Matobo National Park.
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In Suburban Connecticut, the Palestinian Avant-Garde (ven., 20 avril 2018)
The Palestinian Museum US, the first museum in the Americas devoted to Palestinian art, opens in Woodbridge.
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City Kitchen: Swirling Spring in With the Noodles (ven., 20 avril 2018)
Pappardelle with fresh-from-the-market garlic shoots, peas and pancetta is a perfect expression of the season’s beginning.
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The Getaway: Learning About the Civil Rights Era Through Travel (ven., 20 avril 2018)
History museums, attractions and destinations around the country are emphasizing the civil rights story in an age of renewed activism around race and equality.
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Matter: Bodies Remodeled for a Life at Sea (jeu., 19 avril 2018)
The Bajau, who spend most of their time on the ocean, are among the best divers in the world. Evolution is remaking them, a new study finds.
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When Is It Safe to Eat Salad Again? (ven., 20 avril 2018)
An outbreak of infections linked to bagged romaine lettuce has left salad lovers confused. Here are answers to common questions about leafy greens.
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Do You Know Which Dog Breeds Are in a Mutt? Scientists Want to Find Out (mer., 18 avril 2018)
A new online citizen science questionnaire is a brain teaser for people who think they’re good at guessing the breeds in the genetic makeup of a mutt.
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Living With Cancer: Imaginative Caregiving for the Cancer Patient (jeu., 19 avril 2018)
While conversations rarely penetrate the bell jar of my self-containment, inventive forms of caregiving do.
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