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House Condemns Trump’s Attack on Four Congresswomen as Racist (mer., 17 juil. 2019)
The House voted largely along party lines to formally condemn President Trump’s comments on four minority congresswomen as racist, after an hourslong brawl.
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Here Are the Republicans Who Voted to Condemn as Racist Trump’s Remarks (and Other Things to Know) (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Only four Republicans broke with their party to vote against President Trump. They were joined by Representative Justin Amash, who recently left the party to become an independent.
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Trump Sets the 2020 Tone: Like 2016, Only This Time ‘the Squad’ Is Here (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
The president boasted of “marrying” Pelosi to “the Squad,” betting that he can cast the entire Democratic Party as radical.
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Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, Who Led Liberal Wing, Dies at 99 (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
When he retired in 2010, Justice Stevens was the second-oldest and the second-longest-serving justice ever to sit on the court.
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John Paul Stevens: Canny Strategist and the ‘Finest Legal Mind’ Ford Could Find (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Justice Stevens’s confirmation hearings in 1975 were the last not to be broadcast live on television. He was confirmed by unanimous vote.
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A Prosperous China Says ‘Men Preferred,’ and Women Lose (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Gender is now one of the most important factors behind income inequality in China, where workplace discrimination and court rulings have set women back.
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Planned Parenthood Ousts President, Seeking a More Political Approach (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Dr. Leana Wen was removed after 8 months in office, as the group sought a more aggressive political leader to combat recent efforts to roll back access to abortions.
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For Apollo 11 He Wasn’t on the Moon. But His Coffee Was Warm. (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Michael Collins kept an orbital vigil during Neil’s and Buzz’s moonwalk, but he really didn’t feel that lonely.
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Eric Garner, Congress, Emmy Awards: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Trump and ‘the Squad’ (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
After the president targeted four progressive congresswomen of color with a racist trope, they fired back.
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George F. Will on Conservatism’s Homelessness (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
Will discusses “The Conservative Sensibility,” and David Maraniss talks about “A Good American Family: The Red Scare and My Father.”
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In Trump I Trust (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
The president’s political project requires more than a few leaps of faith.
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‘Trump’s Going to Get Re-elected, Isn’t He?’ (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Voters have reason to worry.
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Why Hasn’t the Officer Who Killed Eric Garner Been Fired Yet? (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
The answers are frustrating, as his family grieves.
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Donald Trump Wishes He Were Running Against Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
His racist tweet is central to his 2020 re-election strategy.
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I’m an Engineer, and I’m Not Buying Into ‘Smart’ Cities (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Sensor-equipped garbage cans sound cool, but someone still has to take out the trash.
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In the Squad, Trump Finds His Foil (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
The four Democratic congresswomen seem almost designed to push the president’s buttons.
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How Do You Not Give Donald Trump What He Wants? (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
The president distracts with outrage. If only Republicans would supply some of it.
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Trump, ‘the Squad’ and Racism in America (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Readers discuss the president’s use of tweets as a distraction and the response of the four congresswomen to his attack on them.
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What Pelosi Versus the Squad Really Means (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
The progressive-liberal civil war isn’t just a conflict of what’s too far left.
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The Sad Lesson From California (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
New York State, take note: Even the most pro-worker law in the country is ineffective if no one uses it.
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Not Everyone Wanted a Man on the Moon (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Protesters in the late ’60s and early ’70s pushed for spending at home on the same multibillion dollar scale as the moon race.
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In Harlem, a Tiny Restaurant That Hums (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
The chef Darryl Burnette and his wife, Melissa, deliver big flavors from a very small kitchen.
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Why Do Women Love True Crime? (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
Men are more likely to be involved in violent crime — as perpetrators and victims — but women love to read about it. Kate Tuttle considers the gendered attractions of the genre.
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Iran Rejects Pompeo’s Suggestion It Is Willing to Negotiate Over Missile Program (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
The misunderstanding seemed to underscore the White House’s eagerness to turn weeks of confrontation with Iran into a negotiating opportunity — and a reminder of how hard that will be to accomplish.
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MS-13 Gang Members Charged With Brutal Murders in Los Angeles (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
A sweeping indictment of 22 members of the transnational criminal gang’s “Fulton Clique” lists a host of crimes ranging from racketeering to gruesome killings.
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Elon Musk’s Company Takes Baby Steps to Wiring Brains to the Internet (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Neuralink, a San Francisco company funded by Mr. Musk, says it has created a device that could one day wire data links directly to the brain.
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In Turnabout, a Key Witness Is Cooperating in R. Kelly Case (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
A young woman’s refusal to testify against the singer was crucial to his acquittal in a 2008 trial, but her lawyer says she is now cooperating with prosecutors.
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Mark Sanford, Once Targeted by Trump, Weighs Primary Challenge Against Him (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
Mr. Sanford, the former congressman and governor from South Carolina who infamously lied about hiking the Appalachian Trail, is considering taking on the president.
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Beyond the Grave, the N.R.A.’s $56 Million Donor Lives On (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
The National Rifle Association’s benefactors have been veiled in secrecy, but more than 1,000 emerged after a records review. One loomed above the rest.
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States Are Making Progress on Opioids. Now the Money That’s Helping Them May Dry Up (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Billions in federal grants for treatment and prevention programs are set to end next year. The Trump administration has not said whether it will seek to extend them.
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First Woman Chosen for Top E.U. Job Wins Confirmation (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
The former German defense minister, Ursula von der Leyen, will face an array of global challenges and the bloc’s own internal divisions.
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Epstein’s Ties to Former Israeli Leader Shake Up Election Campaign (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demanded an inquiry into ties between his challenger, Ehud Barak, and the U.S. financier charged with sex crimes.
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‘Guilty’ Pleasures? No Such Thing (Tue, 02 Jul 2019)
Go forth and read that trashy novel.
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How to Stay Financially Stable When the World Might Be Falling Apart (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
Trade wars, climate change and slowing economic growth can mean severe trouble. So what’s a long-term investor to do?
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You’re Not Paying Attention, but You Really Should Be (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
How to actually notice the world around you.
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What Our Critics Think of the 2019 Emmy Nominations (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
This year brought welcome newcomers like “Fleabag” and “Schitt’s Creek,” along with 32 nominations for “Game of Thrones.” Our TV critics discuss the Emmy nominations, surprises and snubs.
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Could Jack Have Fit? A ‘Titanic’ Question for DiCaprio (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
With teasing help from Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie, a decades-long debate goes on, and on.
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus on Her Emmy Nomination and the End of ‘Veep’ (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
The actress received her seventh nomination for playing Selina Meyer. If she wins, she will have claimed the most Emmys of any actor.
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Letter of Recommendation: Bird Feeders (Tue, 09 Jul 2019)
A simple cure for solipsism.
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Tiny Love Stories: ‘Will You Please Forgive Me?’ (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.
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Is Your Heartbeat Off, or Blood Sugar High? On the Road, You Can Keep Track (Mon, 15 Jul 2019)
Travelers with heart conditions, diabetes and epilepsy can check on themselves — even report to their doctors — with new devices and apps.
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Lion Bones Are Profitable for Breeders, and Poachers (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
An American ban on trophies may have contributed to a growing trade in lion skeletons.
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Hold ’Em or Fold ’Em? This A.I. Bluffs With the Best (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
Pluribus, a poker-playing algorithm, can beat the world’s top human players, proving that machines, too, can master our mind games.
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Electric Chargers for the Home Garage (Thu, 11 Jul 2019)
While additional high-tech roadside charging facilities will make electric driving more practical, convenient home equipment sways many to go electric.
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The ‘Lady of the House’ Who Was Long Entangled With Jeffrey Epstein (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
Ghislaine Maxwell’s yearslong involvement with Mr. Epstein, who faces charges of sex trafficking and abuse, has raised questions about what she may have known.
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When Our Daughter Walked In on Us (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
If only we had been under the covers like normal parents.
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