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Chelsea Manning to Be Released Early as Obama Commutes Sentence (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
The Army intelligence analyst convicted in a 2010 leak of security documents is set to be freed this May instead of in 2045.
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Chelsea Manning Describes Bleak Life in a Men’s Prison (sam., 14 janv. 2017)
The former Army intelligence analyst who disclosed files to WikiLeaks hopes to be allowed to move ahead with her gender reassignment and her life.
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Obama Pardons James Cartwright, General Who Lied to F.B.I. in Leak Case (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
The move saves General Cartwright, a retired Marine officer, from a possible prison sentence for lying about discussing Iran’s nuclear program with reporters.
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Obama Commutes Sentence of F.A.L.N. Member Oscar Lopez Rivera (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Mr. Lopez Rivera was serving 70 years in prison on numerous charges, including seditious conspiracy for plotting to overthrow the government.
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White House Memo: Trump Entering White House Unbent and Unpopular (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
President-elect Donald J. Trump will take office with less popular support than any new president in modern times, according to an array of polls.
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President-Elect Trump, Back in Washington, Resembles Candidate Trump (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Mr. Trump, who had been away from the capital for more than a month, looked forward to a biker-aided inauguration, then returned to Trump Tower.
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Lawmakers Boycott Trump Inauguration (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
More than 50 Democratic lawmakers say they will not attend President-elect Donald J. Trump's inauguration after he criticized Representative John Lewis.
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Health Law Repeal Could Cost 18 Million Their Insurance, Study Finds (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
The Congressional Budget Office said 18 million people would lose their insurance in the first year, with that number and costs rising over 10 years.
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Fear Spurs Support for Health Law as Republicans Work to Repeal It (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
Thousands of people are speaking out in support of the Affordable Care Act by sharing testimonials with Congress and holding rallies across the country.
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Feature: Joe Biden: ‘I Wish to Hell I’d Just Kept Saying the Exact Same Thing’ (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
The vice president looks back — and forward.
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Critic's Notebook: Obama’s Secret to Surviving the White House Years: Books (lun., 16 janv. 2017)
In an interview seven days before leaving office, Mr. Obama talked about the role books have played during his presidency and throughout his life.
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The Run-Up: Obama’s Last Battle: His Legacy (ven., 13 janv. 2017)
We speak with former Representative Barney Frank and New York Times colleagues about how Barack Obama will be remembered.
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Betsy DeVos’s Education Hearing Erupts Into Partisan Debate (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
A Senate hearing for Ms. DeVos, a billionaire who did not attend public schools or send her children to them, became a debate over how to spend public money on education.
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Commerce Pick Wilbur Ross to Divest at Least 80 Holdings (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Mr. Ross, a billionaire, is likely to face questions at his confirmation hearing Wednesday about his career buying and remaking troubled companies.
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What Should Senators Ask Scott Pruitt, Trump’s E.P.A. Nominee? Here’s What Readers Said (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
More than 2,000 readers submitted questions on climate change, industry influence and other topics for Mr. Pruitt, who goes before a Senate panel Wednesday.
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Nominee for Interior Vows to Preserve, and Develop, Public Lands (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
At his confirmation hearing, Ryan Zinke tried to balance the importance of preserving public lands, and using them for energy development, like mining and logging.
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Republicans Look to Reince Priebus, Trump’s Chief of Staff, to Bring Stability (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Party leaders hope Mr. Priebus will transform the new president’s storm-the-gates campaign into a normal, functional White House.
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Former ‘Apprentice’ Contestant Files Defamation Suit Against Trump (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Summer Zervos and her lawyer, Gloria Allred, announced the lawsuit against the president-elect, alleging that he defamed her when he accused her of fabricating the assault.
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Angst Simmers in Washington as Trump Presidency Nears (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
The nation’s capital is used to presidential transitions, but it seems particularly unsteady and on edge with Donald J. Trump about to enter the White House.
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Putin Says Accusations in Trump Dossier Are ‘Clearly Fake’ (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia dismissed the allegations in a political memo and said the effort to compile such a document was further evidence of the political decay of the West
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By Announcing New Jobs, Corporations Help Themselves Too (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
In promoting plans to add jobs, some of which have long been in the works, companies help position themselves favorably with the Trump administration.
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In ‘Brexit’ Speech, Theresa May Outlines Clean Break for U.K. (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
In long-awaited remarks, the British prime minister emphasized regaining control of immigration, even if it means losing E.U. trading advantages.
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4 Quotes From Theresa May’s Speech and What They Mean (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
The prime minister’s remarks on exiting the European Union were her first public outline of how Britain plans to leave the bloc.
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‘A Moment to Build a Truly Global Britain’ (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
In a long-awaited speech, Prime Minister Theresa May defined the broad objectives, but not the details, of Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.
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Challenges Await Antonio Tajani, the European Parliament’s New President (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
Mr. Tajani was elected president of the European Parliament as the organization confronts tests to its relevance.
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As Support for E.U. Flags Elsewhere, Bulgaria Sees Its Benefits (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
While much of Europe has complained about the European Union, Bulgarians paint a different picture, with the Balkan country viewing the bloc as a major positive.
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News Analysis: In Era of Trump, China’s President Champions Economic Globalization (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
Before the World Economic Forum in Davos, Xi Jinping spurned protectionism while implicitly rebuking Donald J. Trump, president-elect of the United States.
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U.S.-Trained Official May Shape China’s Response to Trump on Trade (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Liu He, the top economic adviser to President Xi Jinping, has argued for more open markets. But his agenda could be overwhelmed by fears of fallout from a trade war.
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Europe Edition: Brexit, Chelsea Manning, Davos: Your Wednesday Briefing (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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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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Run-Up Since Election Slows as Investors Consider Risks (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Investors are concerned about a dollar that has gained too much in value, the potential for trade wars and whether Donald J. Trump can keep his promise to cut taxes.
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Nigerian Jet Mistakenly Bombs Refugee Camp, Killing Scores (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
The bombing struck a government-run camp in Rann, near the Cameroonian and Chadian borders, an area where Boko Haram had recently increased attacks.
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Tour Trump’s Childhood Home (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
President-elect Donald J. Trump’s childhood home in Queens is up for auction. Take a tour of the home that he lived in until age 4.
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Wife of Orlando Gunman Is Charged Under Antiterrorism Laws (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
The indictment against Noor Zahi Salman said that she aided her husband, Omar Mateen, by providing material support in the planning of the attack at Pulse nightclub.
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Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Is Called Off After Nearly 3 Years (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
The decision ends the deep-sea scouring of the southern Indian Ocean, ensuring that one of the great aviation mysteries will remain unsolved for the foreseeable future.
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Veteran Times Reporter Denied Entry to Turkey (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
The action against Rod Nordland, a longtime foreign correspondent, appeared to be part of a broader crackdown against the domestic and foreign press.
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New York Times Study Calls for Rapid Change in Newsroom (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
Among the broad recommendations of an internal report are increasing training and hiring for digital roles and reducing the layers of editing.
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The New Health Care: Why Medical Advice Seems to Change So Frequently (lun., 16 janv. 2017)
Take your medical news and recommendations with a dose of healthy skepticism, especially regarding nutrition.
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Museum Trustee, a Trump Donor, Supports Groups That Deny Climate Change (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
A leader of the American Museum of Natural History has been using her family’s millions to finance organizations that some say undermine the museum’s mission.
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Russian Dissident Artist Will Seek Asylum in France (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
The authorities in Russia questioned the performance artist Pyotr Pavlensky and his partner after an actress accused them of sexual assault.
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Gender Inequality: Republican Men Say It’s a Better Time to Be a Woman Than a Man (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
A survey shows 82 percent of women feel sexism is a problem today, while men underestimate the sexism felt by the women in their lives.
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On Tennis: At Australian Open, Americans’ Strength Is in Numbers, and Youth (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Aside from the Williams sisters, no U.S. woman has played in a major final since 2005, and no man has won one since 2003, but the nation had the most players in each draw in Melbourne.
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Rising Stars Try to Jolt Russian Men’s Tennis Game Back to Life (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
Marat who? Hope for a future No. 1 from the country is stirring again thanks to Karen Khachanov, Andrey Rublev and others.
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California Today (jeu., 06 oct. 2016)
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Second Old Master Painting a Fake, Sotheby’s Says in Lawsuit (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
Signs of a widening old masters’ forgery case after scientific testing of paint from “St. Jerome.”
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Suspect Arrested in Orlando Officer’s Killing (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Markeith Loyd was captured at an abandoned house in Orlando, Fla., where he was wearing body armor and carrying two handguns, the police chief said.
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Nicky Scarfo, Mob Boss Who Plundered Atlantic City in the ’80s, Dies at 87 (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Mr. Scarfo purged two dozen fellow mobsters during his reign in Philadelphia and South Jersey and milked casino profits in Atlantic City.
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Insult Tonya Pinkins? She Got There First. (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
The actress finds herself the subject of taunts. She knows the culprit.
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New Culture Hot Spot in New York: The 2nd Avenue Subway (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Three stations recently opened on the Upper East Side, drawing people eager to check out the architecture and the public art.
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Transition Television, From PBS and CNN (lun., 16 janv. 2017)
One program documents the national division, another examines the delicate transfer of power.
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In N.F.L. Betting, Patriots Are Closest to Being a Sure Thing (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Despite being favored in 15 of 16 games, New England was 13-3 against the spread this season, the best record in the N.F.L.
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Review: ‘Leonard Cohen: Bird on a Wire,’ Portrait of an Artist in Chaos (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
Tony Palmer’s documentary follows this singer-songwriter in an early phase of his career, during a somewhat disordered 1972 European tour.
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Explorer: Hiking in a Forest Born Out of Mount Fuji’s Lava (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
The Aokigahara forest, on 12 square miles created from an eruption in 864, inspires an almost reverential fear in Japan and, increasingly, filmmakers beyond it.
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Pendant Found in Nazi Death Camp Ruins May Have Anne Frank Link (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
The item, which belonged to Karoline Cohn, 14, was discovered recently at the Sobibor camp in Poland and is similar to one owned by Anne Frank.
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The Neediest Cases: After Retirement, Finding a ‘Second Career’ as a Volunteer (mar., 17 janv. 2017)
There are 2,500 volunteers in the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, working with 350 nonprofits and helping people manage their finances and apply for public assistance.
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