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Asia and Australia Edition: Rohingya, Argentina, Manus: Your Friday Briefing (ven., 24 nov. 2017)
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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A Split From Trump Indicates That Flynn Is Moving to Cooperate With Mueller (ven., 24 nov. 2017)
Lawyers for Michael T. Flynn, President Trump’s former national security adviser, are said to have terminated an information-sharing agreement with the president’s legal team.
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Will a Corporate Tax Cut Lift Worker Pay? A Union Wants It in Writing. (ven., 24 nov. 2017)
The request, while unlikely to be heeded, highlights a critical question over who would benefit the most from the tax bill: shareholders or workers?
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Feature: The Voices in Blue America’s Head (mer., 22 nov. 2017)
For years, liberals have tried, and failed, to create their own version of conservative talk radio. Has Crooked Media finally figured it out?
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Ben Shapiro, a Provocative ‘Gladiator,’ Battles to Win Young Conservatives (jeu., 23 nov. 2017)
Ben Shapiro, who has been called the voice of the conservative millennial movement, is trying to define conservatism at a time when its meaning is up for grabs.
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On Washington: Blast From the Past: The Current Political World Mirrors 2009 (mer., 22 nov. 2017)
Elements that foreshadowed steep losses for Democrats eight years ago are in place for Republicans today.
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Joe Barton, Senior Republican, Caught in Storm Over Explicit Photo (jeu., 23 nov. 2017)
Joe Barton, the vice chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, said that he was reconsidering his political future after the photograph appeared on an anonymous Twitter account.
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91st Edition of a Parade, and Always New (jeu., 23 nov. 2017)
Security was stepped up for the Thanksgiving Day parade, but the children and adults along the route paid more attention to Olaf and the Grinch.
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Black Friday 2017: Your Best Bargain Bet Might Be a TV (ven., 24 nov. 2017)
Once the forks are put down for good, Americans will begin their holiday shopping in earnest. Televisions promise to offer some of the best deals.
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Why Stand in Line on Black Friday? The Psychology Explained (ven., 24 nov. 2017)
Lines on Black Friday are different from lines at the supermarket, often causing emotional behavior and generating a carnival atmosphere.
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How to Shop Smart on Black Friday (and Cyber Monday) (jeu., 23 nov. 2017)
Whether you plan to get in line or shop from home, here are ways to beat the marketing madness.
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Op-Ed Columnist: Saudi Arabia’s Arab Spring, at Last (ven., 24 nov. 2017)
The crown prince has big plans to bring back a level of tolerance to his society.
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Opinion: The Horses on Standing Rock Get a Checkup (jeu., 23 nov. 2017)
Traveling veterinarians, their patients and tradition.
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Op-Ed Contributor: Why Won’t Israel Let Me Mourn My Father? (jeu., 23 nov. 2017)
I wanted to go back to the West Bank for a memorial service with my family. I was barred because I am a human rights advocate.
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Contributing Op-Ed Writer: It’s Thanksgiving. Come On Home. (mer., 22 nov. 2017)
My parents let me know that as long as they lived, there would be a place in the world for me. I hope my sons know that, too.
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Op-Ed Columnist: Thanksgiving Gratitude for a Father’s Lesson (jeu., 23 nov. 2017)
Who are today’s role models on acting like gentlemen?
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Editorial: What America Celebrates on Thanksgiving (jeu., 23 nov. 2017)
It’s the one holiday that truly invites all comers.
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Op-Ed Columnist: My Brother Kevin’s Not Tired of Winning (jeu., 23 nov. 2017)
In his annual Thanksgiving column, Kevin Dowd answers the burning question about his continuing support of Donald Trump: How can he?
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Op-Ed Columnist: Thankfully Recommitting to Resistance (jeu., 23 nov. 2017)
If anything, resisting Trump feels even more urgent than last year.
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Hopes Dashed, Relatives of Argentine Submarine Crew Turn to Grief and Anger (ven., 24 nov. 2017)
Disclosure of an explosion near the San Juan raised fears that its 44-member crew had been lost, though the search continued.
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A Mar-a-Lago Thanksgiving: It’s All Gravy (ven., 24 nov. 2017)
President Trump spent his holiday indulging in some of his favorite habits: spending time at his properties and talking about all the winning he’s doing.
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U.S. Navy Ends Search for 3 Sailors Missing Since Plane Crash Near Japan (ven., 24 nov. 2017)
“Our thoughts and prayers are with our lost shipmates and their families,” Rear Adm. Marc Dalton said on Friday.
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Romania Gay Marriage Case Could Have Outsize Impact in Europe (mar., 21 nov. 2017)
The case addresses whether the American husband of a Romanian man should be afforded residency rights in Romania. But its impact could be felt further afield.
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China Busts a $3 Billion Underground Bank as It Tightens Its Grip on Money (ven., 24 nov. 2017)
The police detained seven people thought to have helped thousands of Chinese circumvent government limits on how much money they can move from the country.
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Serbia’s Brand of Reconciliation: Embracing Old War Criminals (ven., 24 nov. 2017)
Despite the conviction of Gen. Ratko Mladic for war crimes, Serbia’s collective memory of its role in the Yugoslav civil wars is more forgiving.
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Final Nights at the Trump SoHo Before Trump Checks Out (ven., 24 nov. 2017)
At the hotel, which has struggled financially and will soon excise the Trump name, some guests loved the brand, while others were there for the discounted rooms.
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Facebook Founder’s Favor Comes With Complications (ven., 24 nov. 2017)
Wherever Mark Zuckerberg goes in Silicon Valley, he seems to generate a housing problem, including at an R.V. community where residents were evicted this month.
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An American Spy Base Hidden in Australia’s Outback (ven., 24 nov. 2017)
The trials of six Christian antiwar protesters have put a spotlight on a facility that the United States would rather keep in the shadows.
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100 Notable Books of 2017 (mer., 22 nov. 2017)
The year’s notable fiction, poetry and nonfiction, selected by the editors of The New York Times Book Review.
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‘Junk’ Mines the Milken Era for Truths That Resonate Now (ven., 24 nov. 2017)
Ayad Akhtar’s play portrays the financial excesses of the 1980s — part of what he calls “a collapse of a collective vision” of America — in ways that evoke unsettling new thoughts.
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Tech Fix: How to Buy a Great TV This Black Friday (mer., 22 nov. 2017)
Black Friday tends to be when prices for great TVs drop to their lowest. But there are pitfalls, so we put together a playbook for how to snag the best TV for you.
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Editors’ Choice: 7 New Books We Recommend This Week (mer., 22 nov. 2017)
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
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Travel Tips: 5 Rules for a Really Good Trip With the Kids (mar., 21 nov. 2017)
Tips include: Let everyone pick an activity, figure out child care in advance, determine the accommodations that best suit your family.
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Critic’s Notebook: A Night at the Theater From Your Couch? No Apologies Needed. (lun., 20 nov. 2017)
Streaming services have more stage offerings than ever — from great actors in early roles to recent Broadway musicals, captured live. Plus “Hamlet” in Lithuanian.
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A Helping of Science With Your Thanksgiving Dinner (mer., 22 nov. 2017)
Biology. Chemistry. Physics. It’s all there on your plate. Take a moment to appreciate it before you dig in.
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Review: ‘Coco’ Brings the Pixar Touch to Death (mar., 21 nov. 2017)
The movie delivers moments of cinematic rigor and playful pop-culture erudition. And though it deals with the afterlife, don’t let that scare you.
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Review: ‘She’s Gotta Have It’ on Netflix Is a Bold Reboot From Spike Lee (mer., 22 nov. 2017)
The director has remade his breakthrough film as a streaming series, and this time Nola Darling’s work is as important as her love life.
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Browsing: Because Sometimes You Don’t Want to Get Off the Couch (mer., 22 nov. 2017)
Wintertime luxuries for the seasoned lounger.
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Nonfiction: The Cookbook Addict (mer., 22 nov. 2017)
Jane Kramer’s “The Reporter’s Kitchen” explains how she approaches life through food and food through life.
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Review: ‘Bombshell’ Tells the Amazing Story of Hedy Lamarr, the Star and Inventor (jeu., 23 nov. 2017)
In this diverting documentary, Alexandra Dean tells the life story of Hedy Lamarr, a scandalous woman turned star and inventor.
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Matter: Young Again: How One Cell Turns Back Time (mer., 22 nov. 2017)
With every birth, cells begin anew. Scientists have found a biological mechanism underpinning the process in worms, which one day may be harnessed to restore our own damaged cells.
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A Thanksgiving for the Turkeys (jeu., 23 nov. 2017)
Step into the barnyard at the Celebration for the Turkeys. For three decades, Farm Sanctuary, a vegan animal rescue organization, has been hosting a turkey dinner where the birds are the guests of honor instead of the main course.
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Trilobites: Even Whales Have to Exfoliate (mer., 22 nov. 2017)
In summer, when they move into warmer waters, bowhead whales in the Canadian Arctic rub against underwater rocks to shed skin.
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Books of The Times: Not if the Seas Rise, but When and How High (mer., 22 nov. 2017)
Jeff Goodell’s “The Water Will Come” reports on climate change and contemplates the future fates of coastal cities.
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Modern Love: Your 13-Word Love Stories (ven., 10 nov. 2017)
We asked readers to share succinct summaries of their personal lives. Here are some of our favorites.
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A Photo of Billy the Kid Bought for $10 at a Flea Market May Be Worth Millions (jeu., 16 nov. 2017)
Experts say it’s a rare, valuable tintype of the famous outlaw, with Pat Garrett, the man who later killed him.
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Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Why Men Aren’t Funny (jeu., 16 nov. 2017)
The post-Louis C.K. reckoning is actually the best thing to happen to comedy in a long time.
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Rites of Passage: My Vagina Is Terrific. Your Opinion About It Is Not. (lun., 20 nov. 2017)
I dared to discuss my anatomy. Men couldn’t handle it.
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