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At Mexican School Hit by Quake, Heartbreak and Moments of Joy (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
At least 30 children died when the earthquake collapsed their school. As the hours passed, rescuers found mostly lifeless bodies, but also some survivors.
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Mexico City Volunteers Venture Out in Force to Aid Quake Victims (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
Parque España, the verdant refuge of dog-walkers and young lovers, became the venue for something else: a frenetic, impromptu relief center.
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Why Two Major Earthquakes Hit Mexico, Explained (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
Two powerful quakes, 12 days apart, have killed hundreds of people in Mexico this month. We look at how, where and why the big ones happen.
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Mexico Mourns After Quake: ‘We Have No Idea How We Are Going to Rebuild’ (lun., 11 sept. 2017)
With the death toll of Mexico’s strongest earthquake in living memory reaching 90, and further aftershocks, rescue workers began to assess the damage.
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Hurricane Maria Live Updates: Puerto Rico Suffers a Direct Hit With Worries of Floods (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
The storm smashed into the island, cutting electricity and phone lines, sending thousands of people into shelters and raising the prospect of deadly floods.
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Hurricane Maria Makes Landfall in Puerto Rico (mar., 19 sept. 2017)
Hurricane Maria reached Puerto Rico as a powerful Category 4 storm early Wednesday. Hours before, it had crossed the United States Virgin Islands as a Category 5 storm, and tore roofs off houses on the Caribbean island of Dominica.
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California Today: California Today: Amid Housing Pain, Most Californians Have Weighed a Move (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
Wednesday: A housing crisis that spans the state, a potentially fatal blow to the delta tunnels project, and a look back at Emperor Norton.
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The Contradiction Buried in Trump’s Iran and North Korea Policies (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
The president calls the Iran nuclear deal an “embarrassment,” but ending it would destroy his credibility in any talks over North Korea’s arsenal.
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Live Briefing: At U.N. General Assembly, Signing a Nuclear Pact and Debating Another (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
The United Nations General Assembly is convening for its second day, in the wake of President Trump’s combative remarks on North Korea and Iran. Here are the highlights.
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Trump Says He’s Made a Decision on Iran Nuclear Deal (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
The president declined to tell reporters what he planned to do, though, saying, “I’ll let you know what the decision is.”
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Public Health: Obamacare Repeal Bill Offers Both Enormous Flexibility and Uncertainty (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
States would be given money to establish their own health policies, and it’s hard to know who would remain covered and how.
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Republican Leaders Defy Bipartisan Opposition to Health Law Repeal (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
Senator Lamar Alexander gave up on his effort to shore up health care markets as his fellow Republicans pressured lawmakers to back the latest Affordable Care Act repeal.
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Fed Leaves Interest Rates Unchanged (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
The Federal Reserve said a trio of punishing hurricanes were unlikely to reduce the pace of economic growth, and it continued to dismantle its stimulus programs.
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Europe Renews Offensive on Silicon Valley With Tax Reforms (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
A new set of proposals presented by officials in Brussels seek to tax technology companies differently, but risk being seen as an effort to target American tech giants.
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Lillian Ross, Acclaimed Reporter for The New Yorker, Dies at 99 (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
One of her rules of journalism was, “Do not call attention to yourself.” Yet she did just that in a memoir about her long affair with her celebrated editor.
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As Catalonia Independence Referendum Nears, Madrid Escalates Tensions (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
The Spanish police have raided regional government offices and detained at least 14 people less than two weeks before a vote Madrid has vowed to block.
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Kenya Court Says It Nullified Election Over Possible Hacking (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
It said the electoral commission had failed to instill confidence in the results, but the justices stopped short of calling the vote rigged.
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A Hotel Revival in Los Angeles (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
Step up to the bar or lounge by the pool in 360 degrees at some of the chic hotels that are inviting guests to a revitalized Los Angeles.
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Pursuits: In Los Angeles, Hotel Hipness Makes a Grand Return (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
Thanks to a new breed of high-rise hotels — complete with public pools and gaggles of fashionable locals — transitory spaces have become permanent hot spots.
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Your Daily Mini Crossword (mar., 14 mars 2017)
Solve a bite-size crossword in just a few minutes.
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Building a Better Coral Reef (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
As reefs die off, researchers want to breed the world’s hardiest corals in labs and return them to the sea to multiply. The effort raises scientific and ethical questions.
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The Lonely Road Back From a Very Public Injury (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan had braced himself for the worst when he went down with a torn A.C.L. last December. Now he just had to face it.
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‘The Pills Are Everywhere’: How the Opioid Crisis Claims Its Youngest Victims (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
Increasingly, toddlers and young children are being found unconscious or dead after consuming an adult’s drugs.
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Jake LaMotta, ‘Raging Bull’ in and Out of the Ring, Dies at 95 (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
LaMotta, who learned to box in a reformatory, won the middleweight championship and inspired an acclaimed film in which he was played by Robert De Niro.
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Review: ‘Raging Bull’ (1980) (mer., 20 sept. 2017)

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At Italian Vogue, a New Beginning (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
When Emanuele Farneti was named editor, the fashion world was shocked. Now he is the host of the biggest party of Milan Fashion Week.
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Where the Wild Things Are: China’s Art Dreamers at the Guggenheim (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
A story of China from 1989 to 2008, seen through the eyes of its avant-garde artists.
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In Mexico, Weavers Embrace Natural Alternatives to Toxic Dyes (lun., 18 sept. 2017)
Concerned about the health impacts of textile chemicals, traditional artisans are producing vivid colors from crushed insects and forest plants.
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Amazon ‘Reviewing’ Its Website After It Suggested Bomb-Making Items (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
A British television news report said that the online retailer’s algorithms were automatically offering items that could be used to create an explosive device.
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U.S. Taking 50 Refugees From Offshore Camps, Australia Says (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the Trump administration would honor an Obama-era deal to resettle the detainees in the United States.
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Economic Scene: Unemployment Is So 2009: Labor Shortage Gives Workers an Edge (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
Earnings are rising at a pace not seen in almost two decades. Will it be enough to draw more people off the bench and into the job market?
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Trump Tweets He Was ‘Saddened’ by ‘Bad’ Emmy Ratings (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
Politics dominated the awards show on Sunday, and two days later, the president finally reacted.
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This New G.O.P. Publication Looks a Lot Like a News Website (mar., 19 sept. 2017)
The Free Telegraph is funded by the Republican Governors Association, which dismissed criticism that the website amounted to “propaganda.”
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Charles Owens, Golfer, Dies at 85; Novel Putter Brought Late Success (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
Owens overcame segregation, severe injuries and, with a long putter, the “yips” to win on the Senior PGA Tour.
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Amid Protests, St. Louis Mayor Walks a Political Tightrope (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
Mayor Lyda Krewson promised to curb violence and heal racial divisions. Then a former police officer was acquitted of murder.
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White Baton Rouge Suspect Is Charged With Murder in Killings of Two Black Men (mar., 19 sept. 2017)
The police said that the killings may have been racially motivated. The suspect was arrested twice in recent days on unrelated charges but was released.
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While Premiums Soar Under Obamacare, Costs of Employer-Based Plans Are Stable (mar., 19 sept. 2017)
A new survey of employers shows moderate price increases in health benefits despite turmoil in the individual insurance market.
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Best of Late Night: Jimmy Kimmel Accuses Bill Cassidy, G.O.P. Senator Behind Health Bill, of Lying (mer., 20 sept. 2017)
Senator Bill Cassidy had promoted what he called the Jimmy Kimmel test, but Mr. Kimmel said that Mr. Cassidy’s own policies didn’t adhere to it.
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Restaurant Review: Hunger and Desire, Stripped of Window Dressing, at Prune (mar., 19 sept. 2017)
The chef Gabrielle Hamilton’s thoughts on what makes a satisfying dinner are extremely clear.
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Boxford Journal: Amateur U.K. Archaeologists Stumble on a Roman Masterpiece (mar., 19 sept. 2017)
With just two weeks to dig, a team of local people uncovered a spectacular mosaic, what experts are calling the most important of its kind in 50 years.
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