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N.R.A., Manafort, Syria: Your Thursday Evening Briefing (ven., 23 févr. 2018)
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Asia and Australia Edition: India, Donald Trump Jr., North Korea: Your Friday Briefing (ven., 23 févr. 2018)
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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Trump Promotes Arming Teachers, but Rejects Active Shooter Drills (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
President Trump promoted arming specially trained teachers to fend off school shooters, but rejected active-shooter drills to survive a rampage.
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N.R.A. Chief, Wayne LaPierre, Offers Fierce Defense of 2nd Amendment (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
Mr. LaPierre leveled a searing indictment against liberal Democrats, the news media and political opportunists he said were joined together in a socialist plot to “eradicate all individual freedoms.”
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Should Teachers Carry Guns? Are Metal Detectors Helpful? What Experts Say (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
Experts are divided on how to protect students from violence or whether, for that matter, there is anything that can be done to prevent a determined attacker.
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Armed Sheriff’s Deputy ‘Never Went In’ During Florida Shooting (ven., 23 févr. 2018)
Surveillance video showed the only armed security guard at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., doing “nothing” during last week’s deadly shooting.
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Marco Rubio and an N.R.A. Official Were Jeered and Lectured on Gun Control (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
Senator Rubio and a spokeswoman for the N.R.A. were repeatedly heckled at a nationally televised forum after they refused to back new measures.
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The Making of a No. 1 YouTube Conspiracy Video After the Parkland Tragedy (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
The user who posted the video, “mike m.,” stands by his baseless theory that a student at the school is really an actor. And he says he’s “not going to stop.”
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Mueller Files New Fraud Charges Against Paul Manafort (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
The charges do not involve President Trump or his campaign, but they compound the legal problems for Mr. Manafort, his former campaign chairman.
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An Envoy Who Can Rival ‘North Korea’s Ivanka’ (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
Administration officials say that Ivanka Trump could smooth some of the tensions that flared during the vice president’s visit, even if they insist that is not the purpose of her trip.
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As China Puts Pressure on Taiwan, Signs of a U.S. Pushback (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
Concern about the self-governing island’s fate seems to be building in Washington, even as President Trump seeks China’s help on other issues.
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A Supreme Court Showdown Could Shrink Unions’ Power (ven., 23 févr. 2018)
Workers in a small Illinois town are worried that a Supreme Court decision curbing union power would hurt their community.
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Op-Ed Contributor: A Combat Zone, With Desks (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
Much of what I learned in the Army is horrifyingly relevant in the classroom.
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Op-Ed Contributor: Frederick Douglass’s Fight Against Scientific Racism (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
He understood that the ends to which science could be used were forever bound up with the moral choices of its practitioners.
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Op-Ed Contributor: The Case for Allowing Felons to Vote (ven., 23 févr. 2018)
Every American should be able to cast a ballot.
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Editorial: Why Americans Could Believe the Worst From Russian Trolls (ven., 23 févr. 2018)
What was most disconcerting about the indictment of Russian operatives is what it says about the state of democracy in America.
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Op-Ed Columnist: Nasty, Brutish and Trump (ven., 23 févr. 2018)
America’s gun madness is part of an assault on the very idea of community.
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Op-Ed Contributor: The Boys Are Not All Right (mer., 21 févr. 2018)
What do America’s mass shootings have in common? Guns, yes. But also, boys.
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Op-Ed Columnist: Everybody’s Better Than You-Know-Who (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
Donald Trump: Finally, some good news for James Buchanan.
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Op-Ed Columnist: Free Speech and the Necessity of Discomfort (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
Journalism under the siege of the perpetually enraged reader.
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Sunday Review: London’s Concrete Ladders (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
The city is wilder than we think; that’s what’s clear from up above.
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Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir: Armed With 21 Suitcases and Olympic Insight (mar., 20 févr. 2018)
Twenty years after Tara Lipinski's gold medal, Ms. Lipinski and her analyst partner, Johnny Weir, look back at their figure skating careers and how they continued to find success off the ice.
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Critic’s Notebook: French Olympic Ice Dancers Make Skating as Ethereal as Ballet (mer., 21 févr. 2018)
A dance critic’s take: They didn’t win the gold, but no team matched the artistry of Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron.
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Women’s Figure Skating Live Results: Russians Looking for Gold (ven., 23 févr. 2018)
After the women’s figure skating short program, the race for the gold seems to be between two Russians, Alina Zagitova, 15, and Evgenia Medvedeva, 18.
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Figure Skating Warm-Ups Can Cement Confidence. They Can Also Cause Chaos. (mer., 21 févr. 2018)
The six-minute group warm-ups during figure skating events unfold like multiple one-act plays on the same stage. A lot can unravel: costumes, hairdos and rivals.
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U.S. Curling Team, Once Called ‘Rejects,’ Beats Canada to Advance to Final (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
The United States had never beaten Canada in Olympic competition. Now it has done it twice in four days.
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Gov. Eric Greitens of Missouri Indicted for Invasion of Privacy (ven., 23 févr. 2018)
The indictment comes weeks after Mr. Greitens, a first-term Republican, acknowledged an extramarital affair before he took office.
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Tony Mendoza, California Lawmaker, Resigns Over Sexual Harassment Claims (ven., 23 févr. 2018)
Mr. Mendoza, a Democratic state senator from the Los Angeles area, was facing an expulsion vote. He is the third legislator in the state to resign over sexual allegations.
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$50 Million for the Hammer Museum, and Fresh Energy for Arts Giving in L.A. (ven., 23 févr. 2018)
A thriving art scene is nurturing philanthropy in Los Angeles, and young artists are moving in or staying put instead of heading to New York.
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Comedian Going to White House Correspondents’ Dinner. What About Trump? (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
Michelle Wolf, a stand-up comic and contributor to “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” takes on one of the most prominent — and perilous — gigs in comedy.
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Ex-Arkansas Judge Receives 5 Years for Coercing Sexual Acts From Defendants (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
The former judge had told young men their charges could be reduced if they performed what he called “community service,” according to the Justice Department.
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As Donald Trump Jr. Drums Up Business in India, Some Ask What’s Being Sold (ven., 23 févr. 2018)
The president’s son is in India on behalf of the family business, but word that he planned a speech on foreign policy took the controversy to a new level.
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Michael Feinberg, a Founder of KIPP Schools, Is Fired After Misconduct Claims (ven., 23 févr. 2018)
Mr. Feinberg was accused of sexually abusing a female student in the late 1990s. An investigation found the claim credible, though he has denied it.
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Questions Swirl as Melania Trump’s Parents Obtain Green Cards (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
It is unclear how or when Viktor and Amalija Knavs got green cards, but immigration experts said the most likely way would have been a program the president has railed against.
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Numbers Hint at Why #MeToo Took Off: The Sheer Number Who Can Say Me Too (mer., 21 févr. 2018)
Broadly defined, sexual harassment is surprisingly pervasive, a new survey finds, and men are targets, too.
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Feature: The Elder Statesman of Latin American Literature — and a Writer of Our Moment (mar., 20 févr. 2018)
Mario Vargas Llosa isn’t a household name among American readers. But at 81, he remains a literary and political colossus across the Spanish-speaking world, and his novels have never felt more relevant.
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An African Funk Pioneer Gets a Second Chance on a Global Stage (mar., 20 févr. 2018)
The Ethiopian pianist Hailu Mergia, 71, had become a taxi driver. But after a reissue revived his career, he is releasing his first new collection in two decades.
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On Comedy: The Art and Anxiety of Booking a Hit Comedy Showcase (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
Marianne Ways is a tastemaker in the Brooklyn comedy scene, but putting together a show also requires connections and a lot of persistence.
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How to Save Money and Energy Heating Your Apartment (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
We’ve compiled free, low-cost, reversible and take-it-with-you changes renters can make in their homes to save on their heating bills.
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Chasing the Deal: 10 Affordable European Getaways to Take This Spring (mer., 14 févr. 2018)
Springtime in Europe isn’t just beautiful, it’s affordable. Here are some wallet-friendly excursions to expand your horizons.
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Travel Tips: How to Fit in Exercise While You Travel (ven., 09 févr. 2018)
Traveling, whether for business or pleasure, is no reason to leave your fitness goals behind. Here’s how to get a good workout, on the go.
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Should You Invite Your Ex to the Wedding? (mar., 20 févr. 2018)
When couples draw up their guest list, they are going to have to decide whether to include past relationships or hookups. Easy for some, not for others.
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City Kitchen: Meat and Potatoes Made Magical (mar., 13 févr. 2018)
A top-quality steak served with herbed, buttery potatoes makes a special dinner for two — for any occasion or no occasion.
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In This #MeToo Moment, Academy Awards Want to Spotlight the Films (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
“The Oscars should be a spectacle,” one of the show’s lead producers said, a sign that the industrywide reckoning over sexual harassment may not take center stage during the March 4 telecast.
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In Fashion: Say Aloha to Tokyo’s Rising Musicians (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
Five of the city’s emerging musical talents in spring’s crop of retro-inspired Hawaiian shirts.
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Nonfiction: The Philosopher Who Believed That Art Was Key to Black Liberation (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
In “The New Negro,” Jeffrey C. Stewart recounts the life of Alain Locke: scholar, critic and impresario of the Harlem Renaissance.
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Unfiltered and Unpretentious: A New, Old Wave in Craft Beer (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
The names may be daunting: zwickelbier and kellerbier. But the results are easier to drink than I.P.A.’s, and gaining ground with American brewers.
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Review: ‘Game Night’ Has a Winning Rachel McAdams and Charades With a Twist (mer., 21 févr. 2018)
A married couple questions reality after their weekly couples game night turns into a kidnapping mystery.
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Matter: Neanderthals, the World’s First Misunderstood Artists (jeu., 22 févr. 2018)
Cave paintings in Spain were made by Neanderthals, not modern humans, archaeologists reported. The finding adds to evidence that Neanderthals were capable of symbolic thought and perhaps language.
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When Is a Child Instagram-Ready? (mer., 21 févr. 2018)
I waited to draw up a social media contract for my 9-year-old until I could see where the trouble spots were. I found them fast.
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Trilobites: A Case for Wild Flamingos Calling Florida Their Home (mer., 21 févr. 2018)
A new study could help make the case for treating flamingos as Florida natives, which could entitle them to certain protections in the state.
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Tech We’re Using: Limiting the Influence of Tech When You Report on It (mer., 21 févr. 2018)
How Natasha Singer, a tech reporter at The Times, uses tech when she chronicles the industry’s effect on education, privacy and our health.
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