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Pelosi Asks Trump to Reschedule State of the Union Amid Shutdown (jeu., 17 janv. 2019)
Speaker Nancy Pelosi cited security concerns from the government shutdown in her request to reschedule the speech or to have the president deliver it in writing.
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In a West Wing in Transition, Trump Tries to Stand Firm on the Shutdown (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
Despite his public bravado, President Trump has had moments of frustration as he takes in negative news coverage of the shutdown, pointing his finger at aides for not delivering the deal he wants.
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Why Don’t Unpaid Federal Workers Walk Off the Job? (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
Federal law prohibits strikes, public servants care about their work and other reasons airports and prisons aren’t in chaos, despite a protracted federal shutdown.
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ISIS Attack in Syria Kills 4 Americans, Raising New Worries About Troop Withdrawal (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
Critics of President Trump’s drawdown plans said his claim of victory over the Islamic State may have emboldened its fighters and encouraged the suicide bombing that killed 19 people.
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Democrats Fall Short in Effort to Rebuke Administration on Russia Sanctions (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
A measure that would have forced President Trump to leave sanctions in place on a Russian oligarch’s companies fell three votes short in the Senate.
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Pence Says U.S. Still Waiting on North Korea for ‘Concrete Steps’ to Denuclearize (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
The vice president’s unequivocal statement seemed to contradict President Trump’s claim last summer that “there is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea.”
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Theresa May Survives No-Confidence Vote in British Parliament (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
A day after a crushing defeat on her plan for leaving the European Union, the prime minister held onto her job, but she has no obvious way forward on Brexit.
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Jeremy Corbyn Will Decide What Happens to Brexit (Whether He Wants to or Not) (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
Britain’s opposition leader has strained to keep his options open on E.U. withdrawal. But his party’s votes will be critical to the outcome, and time is running out.
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Theresa May, Britain’s Lady of Perpetual Crisis (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
A day after a historic defeat in Parliament, Theresa May survived a second effort to oust her. “It feels like a parallel universe,” said a newscaster.
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Microsoft Pledges $500 Million for Affordable Housing in Seattle Area (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
The move is the most ambitious effort yet by a tech company to fund construction for local teachers, firefighters and other middle- and low-income residents.
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John C. Bogle, Founder of Financial Giant Vanguard, Is Dead at 89 (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
Beginning in 1974, Mr. Bogle built Vanguard Group into one of the world’s largest mutual fund companies, attracting investors in droves.
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Strategies: Jack Bogle Was Proud He Wasn’t a Billionaire (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
The Vanguard Group’s founder set up his firm so investors in its mutual funds would own it. While business titans are often measured by the size of their assets, he said, “I don’t share those values.”
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Shutdown, Brexit, Oscars: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Brexit, Glaciers, Syria: Your Thursday Briefing (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
Let us help you start your day.
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Britain Races Toward a Cliff. Time to Slow Down. (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
If a deal is impossible, and no deal is unacceptable, what’s the solution?
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Marching Toward a Massacre (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
The people of Sudan need the world’s help to protect them from their genocidal president.
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There’s Nothing Wrong With Open Borders (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
Why a brave Democrat should make the case for vastly expanding immigration.
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Can States Fix the Disaster of American Health Care? (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
The governor of California has proposed some big ideas. Who knows whether he can pull them off, but there’s reason for hope.
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How the Klan Fueled Prohibition (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
The 1920s weren’t just gin joints and jazz. Anti-immigrant racism was all the rage.
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What to Expect When You’re Expecting Brexit (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
The short run could be bad for the rest of Europe, too.
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Would You Like to See Your Presidential Candidate Floss? (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
The 2020 race could set new standards for intimacy and exposure.
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Editorial Observer: Democrats in Albany Let the Good Times Roll (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
Finally, the Legislature gets to work.
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Racists to the Right, Anti-Semites to the Left (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
In a populist age, can party establishments sideline bigots?
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The U.S. Should Get Tough on Timber With Peru (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
A poorly enforced trade agreement continues to damage the environment and the economy.
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The Integrity of William Barr (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
He should not be required to recuse himself from the Mueller investigation.
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Past Tense: How the Slice Joint Made Pizza the Perfect New York City Food (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
More than 50 years of eight million people standing, folding and eating together.
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Nonfiction: Dani Shapiro’s New Memoir Uncovers a Life-Changing Family Secret (Tue, 15 Jan 2019)
“Inheritance” explores the way we construct our identities, and how much our belief in a blood connection to our parents shapes how we view ourselves.
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On Technology: How Secrecy Fuels Facebook Paranoia (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
The social platform knows everything that happens within its walls — that’s the whole point — but it is oddly reticent when it comes to misinformation campaigns.
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Huawei Said to Be Under U.S. Investigation in Trade-Secrets Case (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
The inquiry grew out of a 2014 civil suit and appears unrelated to other pressure faced by the Chinese company, two people familiar with the case said.
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Karen Pence Is Teaching at Christian School That Bars L.G.B.T. Students and Teachers (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
Mrs. Pence is teaching art at Immanuel Christian School in Springfield, Va., which requires employees to uphold conservative beliefs on sexual identity.
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John Engler Will Resign as Michigan State Interim President After Nassar Remarks (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
Pressure mounted on Mr. Engler to step down after he was quoted saying that some of Lawrence Nassar’s victims were enjoying “the spotlight.”
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Will We Ever See Mueller’s Report on Trump? Maybe. (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
There is no guarantee a report on the findings of the special counsel’s investigation will be made public. Here’s what could determine the outcome.
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New Diet Guidelines to Benefit People and the Planet: More Greens for All, Less Meat for Some (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
A report in the medical journal The Lancet recommends cutting food waste and consumption of red meat, especially among people who eat a lot of it.
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‘How Could We Not Know?’ Kidnapping Suspect Hid in Plain Sight (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
Jake Patterson, accused of abducting Jayme Closs and killing her parents, managed to elude notice around the small town of Gordon.
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A $100 Million Bribe to the President? Mexicans Shrug (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
The allegation in an American court that Mexico’s former president was paid a huge bribe caused a stir in the United States. Mexicans met the testimony with more skepticism.
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Death Toll Rises to 21 in Attack on Nairobi Hotel-Office Complex (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
The sound of gunfire was again heard Wednesday morning, but the authorities made assurances that all the assailants had been “eliminated.”
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How New York City Ended Up With 2 Competing Women’s Marches (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
At issue is the question of inclusivity, one that has haunted the national movement since its inception.
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How to Actually, Truly Focus on What You’re Doing (Mon, 14 Jan 2019)
Tired: Shallow work. Wired: Deep work.
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What to Buy: The Gear You Need for a New Year (and a New You) (Fri, 11 Jan 2019)
You need resolve more than equipment to make your resolutions real, but a few special things can keep you inspired and use those gift cards you got for the holidays.
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Travel Tips: Finding Open-Minded Health Care Abroad (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
For women and L.G.B.T.Q. people, finding friendly medical care away from home can be a challenge. There are resources they can turn to.
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Train Your Brain Like a Memory Champion (Thu, 10 Jan 2019)
If you have trouble remembering names, faces or phone numbers, these tips from memory champions and neuroscientists can help.
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Using Sports Psychology for Childbirth (Tue, 15 Jan 2019)
I wanted to face childbirth with an athlete’s strength, confidence and determination. So I turned to sports psychology for advice.
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Explorer: A Family Ski Adventure in the Himalayas (Mon, 14 Jan 2019)
Why can’t we go skiing in Austria, like everybody else? the writer’s wife asked. Instead, they were in Kashmir, where the powder’s thick, the crowds are thin and the territory is, well, disputed.
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‘Project Blue Book’ Is Based on a True U.F.O. Story. Here It Is. (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
Here are the actual events behind History’s popular new series on the Air Force’s program to investigate and debunk U.F.O.s.
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Critic’s Pick: James Blake Finds Love, Moodily, on ‘Assume Form’ (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
The English musician’s style has seeped into pop’s commercial mainstream. On his fourth album, his greatest challenges are his own past and a new lyrical frontier: intimacy.
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At the Australian Open, Young American Men Seize the Moment (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
Frances Tiafoe, 20, upset fifth-seeded Kevin Anderson, and Taylor Fritz, 21, ousted Gaël Monfils in the second round.
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The Ethicist: Can I Cut Off a Relative With Hateful Views? (Tue, 15 Jan 2019)
The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on how to handle a relative whose views you find repugnant, apologizing to an ex and more.
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The Strange Marketplace for Diabetes Test Strips (Tue, 15 Jan 2019)
It is legal to resell unused test strips for blood glucose, and many patients do, driving an unusual trade online and on the streets.
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Trilobites: When Fungi Fight Back (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
A mushroom species was found to sense predators and sent warning signals to other parts of its body, but how it does that remains a mystery.
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Personal Health: A Device That Gives Parents of Stillborn Babies Time to Say Goodbye (Wed, 16 Jan 2019)
The CuddleCot helps preserve the body of a deceased newborn for days, allowing parents to hold them and take pictures.
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Elias M. Stein, Mathematician of Fluctuations, Is Dead at 87 (Mon, 14 Jan 2019)
Arriving from Europe with diamonds in his shoes (hidden there), he found renown in his field with real-world applications, like charting a stock market.
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