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Trump’s Tax Plan: Low Rate for Corporations, and for Companies Like His (mer., 26 avril 2017)
The blueprint, expected to be announced on Wednesday, jettisons a House Republican proposal to impose a tax on imports, which would help offset the cuts.
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Arthur Laffer’s Theory on Tax Cuts Comes to Life Once More (mer., 26 avril 2017)
The theory, four decades old, that cutting taxes spurs enough growth to generate new tax revenue underpins President Trump’s tax plan.
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Trump Rides a Market Wave, but Business Looks for Results (mer., 26 avril 2017)
Talk of a corporate tax cut helped fuel a stock rally, but executives say it is too soon to judge whether the president can deliver on his promises.
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Judge Blocks Trump Effort to Withhold Money From Sanctuary Cities (mer., 26 avril 2017)
A federal judge in California temporarily halted the administration’s efforts to withhold funding from cities that limit their cooperation with federal immigration enforcement.
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Flynn May Have Broken Law by Not Disclosing Russia Dealings, Lawmakers Say (mer., 26 avril 2017)
Representative Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the House oversight committee, said Michael T. Flynn also appeared to have inappropriately accepted payments without seeking permission.
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Threat of Government Shutdown Fades as Trump Retreats on Wall (mer., 26 avril 2017)
Lawmakers are negotiating a spending bill that would supply no money for a border wall but would increase funding for the military and other border security measures.
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Trump Is Expected to Sign Orders That Could Expand Access to Fossil Fuels (mer., 26 avril 2017)
The moves to expand offshore drilling and roll back conservation on public lands would begin to fulfill a campaign promise to create thousands of jobs in energy.
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Randolph Alles, Retired General, Is Chosen to Lead Secret Service (mer., 26 avril 2017)
Mr. Alles, who came from Customs and Border Protection, will be the first director of the agency in at least a century not to have served in its ranks.
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Lumber Tariff Adds Wrinkle to Nafta Talks With Canada (mer., 26 avril 2017)
The Trump administration seized on the decision to slap tariffs on the industry’s exports as a way to demonstrate the president’s tough-on-trade posture.
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Trump Takes Forceful Tone at Holocaust Remembrance: ‘Never Again’ (mar., 25 avril 2017)
The president appears to be trying to reset his relationship with the Jewish community after a series of controversies.
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Nasdaq Hits 6,000 as Markets Rise on Tax Overhaul Optimism (mar., 25 avril 2017)
Stock market indexes rose sharply, with the Nasdaq ending above 6,000, on reports that President Trump was seeking to cut corporate taxes.
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Ivanka Trump, Michael Flynn, Emmanuel Macron: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing (mer., 26 avril 2017)
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Asia and Australia Edition: North Korea, France, Ivanka Trump: Your Morning Briefing (mer., 26 avril 2017)
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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Genocide’s Legacy: A Reconciliation Village in Rwanda (mar., 25 avril 2017)
The 1994 Rwandan genocide tore the country apart. But today, in the village of Mbyo, perpetrators and victims live side by side.
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How a Nation Reconciles After Genocide Killed Nearly a Million People (mar., 25 avril 2017)
“Reconciliation villages” place homes for those convicted of carrying out the violence alongside those who suffered at their hands.
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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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With Baby in Tow, Victoria Azarenka Returns to Tennis — and Her Roots (mar., 25 avril 2017)
After an extended break from competition, Azarenka is training in her native Belarus with a new coach and a new traveling companion: her infant son.
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Match Book: In Search of New Memoirs That Go Light on Catastrophe (mar., 25 avril 2017)
A reader (and writer) of memoirs notes that dysfunction and disease haunt the genre. What can he read that’s trauma-free?
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Blackboard: Be Nice — You Won’t Finish Last (ven., 07 avril 2017)
There are two kinds of popular people: the likable and the status seekers. Which kind are you? It matters.
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Fox News Faces New Racial Discrimination Lawsuit (mer., 26 avril 2017)
Eleven current and former employees filed a class-action suit accusing the network of “abhorrent, intolerable, unlawful and hostile racial discrimination.”
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Marine Le Pen May Get a Lift From an Unlikely Source: The Far Left (mer., 26 avril 2017)
Jean-Luc Mélenchon, the far-left fourth-place finisher in France’s presidential vote, has refused to back Ms. Le Pen’s centrist opponent in the runoff, giving her an opportunity.
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In France, These Young Voters Dream of a President Le Pen (mar., 25 avril 2017)
The National Front’s popularity among young voters in France has been on the rise, and a 25-year-old is trying to put a fresh face on a party associated with the uglier side of nationalism and Europe's far right.
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A Marine Le Pen Victory Wouldn’t Necessarily Be a Win for Trump (mer., 26 avril 2017)
The two nationalist politicians’ views have drifted apart as Mr. Trump moved to more conventional positions on NATO, the E.U. and the Middle East.
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The Interpreter: Western Populism May Be Entering an Awkward Adolescence (mar., 25 avril 2017)
Populism has been growing since the 1960s, and research suggests it’s not slowing down. Four recent elections show how this dynamic can play out.
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Russian Hackers Who Targeted Clinton Appear to Attack France’s Macron (mar., 25 avril 2017)
A report by a cybersecurity firm has heightened concerns that Russia has turned its weapons on France in an effort to bolster Marine Le Pen’s candidacy.
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Deadly Heist Shakes a South American Borderland Trying to Shed Its Lawless Image (mar., 25 avril 2017)
Outlaws stole millions of dollars at a cash transporting company in Ciudad del Este, a Paraguayan city on the so-called Triple Frontier where Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina meet.
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In China, Daydreaming Students Are Caught on Camera (mar., 25 avril 2017)
Students see live-streaming video of classrooms as an intrusion, prompting a debate in China about privacy, educational ethics and helicopter parenting.
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Amtrak Said to Weigh Extended Track Closings for Penn Station Repairs (mar., 25 avril 2017)
Officials say the move, which would cause huge disruptions for commuters, is needed because infrastructure at the terminal urgently needs an overhaul.
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China Launches Its First Aircraft Carrier Built at Home (mer., 26 avril 2017)
The ship is far from ready for operations, but it was hailed as a milestone in President Xi Jinping’s drive to extend China’s military reach far beyond its shores.
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The Public Editor: Intemperate Words, Temperate News Coverage (mar., 25 avril 2017)
When a public figure utters a slur and news organizations use euphemisms to describe it, a question comes up: Who’s really being protected?
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United Airlines Passenger Was Violent in Removal, Police Report Says (mar., 25 avril 2017)
Newly released documents say Dr. David Dao flailed his arms and fought with an officer, a claim his lawyer called “utter nonsense.”
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Wells Fargo Shareholders Tepidly Re-elect Bank’s Directors (mer., 26 avril 2017)
All 15 board members won support from at least 53 percent of voting shareholders despite the sales scandal that emerged last year.
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France Honors Xavier Jugelé, Police Officer Killed in Champs-Élysées Attack (mar., 25 avril 2017)
President François Hollande led a memorial ceremony. The two contenders to succeed him took a break from campaigning to attend.
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The Interpreter (ven., 03 févr. 2017)
The Interpreter brings sharp insight and context to the major news stories of the week. Sign up to get it by email.
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Aeroflot Workers Are Told Passengers Want Attractive Flight Crews (mar., 25 avril 2017)
Two female flight attendants who sued Aeroflot for age and sex discrimination were upbraided at a news conference by two men defending the airline.
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Review: A Scam Artist’s Masterwork in ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ (mer., 26 avril 2017)
Corey Hawkins soars as a great pretender in this otherwise earthbound revival of John Guare’s masterwork.
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Waymo to Offer Phoenix Area Access to Self-Driving Cars (mar., 25 avril 2017)
The self-driving-car outfit, spun out of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, is moving to the next phase of testing: putting civilians inside its Chrysler minivans and Lexuses.
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Ivanka Trump Is Jeered in Berlin After Defending Her Father (mer., 26 avril 2017)
The president’s daughter, on a stage with Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, said her father was a champion of families. Some in the audience groaned.
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In London, Class Warfare of a Different Stripe (mar., 25 avril 2017)
A court in the British capital has ruled that a woman had every right to paint her house in candy-cane red and white, even if only to spite her neighbors.
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Road Rage Cases With Guns More Than Double in 3 Years, Report Says (mar., 25 avril 2017)
An analysis suggests that states with large numbers of concealed-carry permit holders and relaxed gun laws had more cases of road rage with firearms.
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Madonna Criticizes Planned Film About Her Early Years (mar., 25 avril 2017)
“Only I can tell my story,” Madonna said in reaction to “Blond Ambition,” a biopic in the works about her years in gritty 1980s New York.
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‘The Bachelor’ Star Chris Soules Arrested After Deadly Crash (mer., 26 avril 2017)
The authorities said Mr. Soules, who appeared in season 19 of the series, left the scene of a motor-vehicle accident where a death occurred.
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Trilobites: Some Surprising Dog Breeds Have Ancient American Heritage (mar., 25 avril 2017)
A new study of 161 breeds traces some ancestry back to the Americas of 10,000 years ago.
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China Bans ‘Muhammad’ and ‘Jihad’ as Baby Names in Heavily Muslim Region (mar., 25 avril 2017)
Officials said the ban was part of an effort to “curb religious fervor” in Xinjiang, but rights advocates called it the latest in a line of hostile policies.
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A Surfer Is Killed, and Australia Asks: Do More Sharks Need to Die? (mar., 25 avril 2017)
The death of a 17-year-old surfer, the 14th person killed by a shark in Australia since the start of 2012, has renewed a debate over what can be done.
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A Journey Through Baja California’s Wine Country (mar., 25 avril 2017)
Vineyards and culinary marvels beckon in the austere backcountry of the Valle de Guadalupe in Mexico.
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Video Games Help Model Brain’s Neurons (lun., 24 avril 2017)
A video game is being used to help understand the structure of neurons, which could aid in treatment of diseases like Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s.
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Restaurant Review: Union Square Cafe Returns, With More Than a Dash of Déjà Vu (mer., 26 avril 2017)
The reboot of Danny Meyer’s first restaurant replicates much of the look, taste and comfort that made the original so popular.
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