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Asian and European Stocks Drop, Following Wall Street’s Lead (mar., 20 nov. 2018)
Worries about the tech world added to broader concerns, including the impact of the trade war between the U.S. and China.
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In Mississippi, Issues of Race Complicate a Senate Election (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
An election that seemed a sure win for the Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith has become competitive after she made widely criticized remarks referencing “a public hanging.”
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‘Message of Change’: 16 Rebel Democrats Vow to Oppose Pelosi (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
The Democrats who went public in a letter with their demand for new leadership hailed Nancy Pelosi as “a historic figure” but pledged “to change the status quo.”
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Did a Tax Increase Tucked Into Trump’s Tax Cut Come Back to Bite Republicans? (Mon, 19 Nov 2018)
Republicans capped a popular deduction for state and local taxes to pay for the tax bill. That may have hurt some House Republicans in the midterms.
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Chicago Hospital Shooting Leaves 4 Dead (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
A police officer, a doctor and a pharmacy employee were among those killed at Mercy Hospital. The gunman, who was not identified, was also killed.
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Federal Judge Blocks Trump’s Proclamation Targeting Some Asylum Seekers (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
The Trump administration had sought to deny asylum claims from those who entered the country outside official border crossings.
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Trump’s Criticism of Architect of Bin Laden Raid Draws Fire (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
Colleagues and commanders alike found it audacious for the president to impugn the lifelong nonpartisan political position of William H. McRaven, a retired admiral and university chancellor.
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Ivanka Trump Repeatedly Used Personal Email at White House, Review Finds (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
Ms. Trump’s use of personal email has been expected to be among the topics Democrats will address when they take control of the House next year.
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Immigration, China, Chicago Shooting: Your Tuesday Briefing (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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New York Today: New York Today: El Chapo’s $14 Billion Empire on Trial (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
Tuesday: Inside the El Chapo case, election official in the hot seat, and the return of our events roundup.
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So Much for Bipartisanship, Eh Mitch? (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
If he wants a unified Senate, Mr. McConnell would be smart to allow a vote on criminal justice reform.
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The Conversation: For a Second There, We Stopped Talking About Trump (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
What else does the Democrats’ new House majority portend?
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The New Economy and the Trump Rump (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
Why we went from regional divide to political chasm.
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d: Canada’s Grand Cannabis Experiment Has Set Scientists Free (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
Legalization will vastly expand our understanding of the ancient drug plant and how it can improve lives.
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Donald Trump Fails, Again (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
The orange emperor has no clothes.
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Fighting the Spiritual Void (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
A soul big enough to hold the trauma inside.
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Puberty for the Middle-Aged (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
Forty-five-year-old women need a version of “the talk,” because our bodies are changing in ways that are both really weird and really uncomfortable.
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Trump’s Foes by Any Other Name.... (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
President Trump is trying to wear down America with childish name-calling. Let’s not fall for it.
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Fixes: For Starving Children, a Bite of Hope (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
Malnutrition kills a million of the world’s children a year. To stem that, United Nations agencies and charities are testing a new system for distributing high-nutrition foods more efficiently.
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A Perfect Target for Cybercriminals (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
America’s water supply is increasingly digitized, and increasingly vulnerable.
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Tungrus and the Chicken From Hell (Mon, 19 Nov 2018)
A cautionary tale about the epic power struggle between humans and poultry.
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The Secret of Amazon’s Success (Mon, 19 Nov 2018)
It isn’t just size. Unlike many big American companies, Amazon is not squandering its profits on stock buybacks.
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Finding the Perfect Cocktail in Buenos Aires (Mon, 19 Nov 2018)
The locals, known as porteños, take their drinking traditions — and the amazing variety of places where they can indulge them — very seriously.
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A Church Remembers Avicii, With Hits Instead of Hymns (Mon, 19 Nov 2018)
Sweden is one of Europe’s least religious countries. Pastors there are using pop and rock music at Masses to try to attract a younger crowd.
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Metropolitan Diary: ‘Somewhere Along Fifth Avenue, I Began to Feel My Shoes Rubbing Against My Feet’ (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
A well-dressed stranger comes to the rescue in a small emergency, a secret told in a taxi and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
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CNN’s Jim Acosta Has Press Pass Restored by White House (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
The Trump administration informed the correspondent that his badge was formally restored, prompting the network to drop a lawsuit over the matter.
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Man Charged With Killing ‘Baby Hope’ Dies in Custody (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
Conrado Juárez, 57, died of pancreatic cancer while awaiting trial in the death of 4-year-old Anjélica Castillo. He had been arrested five years ago.
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Rams 54, Chiefs 51: Rams and Chiefs Add Defensive Pop in an Explosion of Points (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
The offenses of two 9-1 teams put on the expected show, but the defenses made an unexpected impact, combining to force seven turnovers and score three touchdowns.
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Xi Visits Philippines to Celebrate ‘Rainbow After the Rain’ With Duterte (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
President Xi Jinping arrived in Manila amid growing concern that the Philippines’ conciliatory approach to China has backfired.
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U.K. Investigates 3,000 Foreign Medics, After Fake Doctor Is Exposed (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
A woman practiced medicine for two decades, claiming falsely to have credentials from New Zealand. The case came to light after she tried to defraud a patient.
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In Bosnia, Entrenched Ethnic Divisions Are a Warning to the World (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
Long after a vicious civil war, persistent ethnic and nationalist fissures are paralyzing the country. “We have moved backwards, not forward,” says a Muslim firefighter.
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Marseille Dispatch: As Slums Teeter in Marseille, a Poverty Crisis Turns Deadly (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
Nervous officials in Marseille evacuated 1,054 people after a building collapse killed eight in a poor neighborhood. But many more homes are in danger of crumbling, and people live in fear.
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Andrew Fitzgerald, Who Saved Men From a Storm-Sundered Ship, Dies at 87 (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
He was the last surviving member of a four-man Coast Guard crew who braved monstrous seas off Cape Cod in 1952 to save 32 seamen clinging to half a tanker.
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No More Laughs as White House Correspondents’ Dinner Turns to a Historian (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
Ron Chernow, the biographer of Alexander Hamilton, will take over the role traditionally occupied by a comedian. This year, Michelle Wolf outraged the crowd with her jokes.
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How to Keep Your Pets Safe During the Holidays (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
Our furry friends are part of the festivities, too.
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The Benefits of Sharing Your Salary (Sun, 18 Nov 2018)
Go forth and share openly and enthusiastically!
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How to Make the Most of Any Closet (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
Cluttered closets? These clever storage solutions (and, before that, a purge) will make them feel bigger and work better.
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There’s a Stress Gap Between Men and Women. Here’s Why It’s Important. (Wed, 14 Nov 2018)
Between domestic duties and emotional labor, research shows, women are more stressed than men are — but it doesn’t have to be that way. Here’s what the data says, and how to take care of yourself.
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Libraries, Gardens, Museums. Oh, and a Clothing Store. (Mon, 19 Nov 2018)
Shopping areas in Asia are about the experience, not just the retail sale.
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Park Chan-wook Brings His Art-House Eye to ‘The Little Drummer Girl’ (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
The provocative Korean filmmaker tries TV in this AMC adaptation of a John le Carré thriller.
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A Far Cry From Overcooked Turkey (Mon, 19 Nov 2018)
Yotam Ottolenghi’s beloved late mother-in-law always made four types of meat and six carbs for festive family meals. He honors her memory — but serves salmon instead.
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Lens: Louisville and Muhammad Ali: A Rare Look at a Hometown Champ (Tue, 20 Nov 2018)
A new book shows the unmatched trust and connection photographers at The Louisville Courier Journal had with their city’s most famous son: Muhammad Ali.
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For a Buck and Sometimes a Buzz, Brewers Are Putting Cannabis Into Cans (Thu, 15 Nov 2018)
As laws relax on recreational use, marijuana derivatives — from THC to terpenes — are showing up in beers and nonalcoholic drinks.
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Personal Health: The Case Against Appendectomies (Mon, 19 Nov 2018)
The appendix is turning out to contain biologically useful tissue that may help prevent nasty gastrointestinal ills.
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How Parents Teach Smart Spending With Apps, Not Cash (Thu, 15 Nov 2018)
Apps can replace a paper-money allowance for children, encouraging them not only to do their chores but also to save and spend their money carefully.
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Why Your GPS Watch Is Not Entirely Accurate (Sat, 17 Nov 2018)
If you’ve ever run a race with a GPS watch, you know that the distance on your watch is rarely an exact match for the advertised course distance.
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