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Trump, at Putin’s Side, Questions U.S. Intelligence on 2016 Election (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
At the end of their first summit meeting, Mr. Trump would not say whether he believes American intelligence agencies or Mr. Putin about Russian electoral interference.
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4 Times Trump Avoided Accusing Russia of Election Meddling (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
During a press conference with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, President Trump would not say whether he believed Russia meddled with the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
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Joint News Conference by Trump and Putin: Full Video and Transcript (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
President Trump and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia answered questions from Russian and American journalists after their private meeting in Helsinki, Finland.
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news analysis: Trump Sheds All Notions of How a President Should Conduct Himself Abroad (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Rather than defend America against those who would threaten it, he attacked his own citizens and institutions while hailing the leader of a hostile power.
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Republicans Rebuke Trump for Siding With Putin as Democrats Demand Action (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
No Republican in Congress, however, pledged any particular action to punish President Trump, such as holding up his nominees, nor did they promise hearings or increased oversight.
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Trump-Putin Summit Is Over. The Head-Scratching? Not So Much: Live Updates (mar., 17 juil. 2018)
President Trump has ended his weeklong trip to Europe.
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Russia, 2020, Amazon: Your Monday Evening Briefing (mar., 17 juil. 2018)
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Asia and Australia Edition: Vladimir Putin, China Economy, Indonesia: Your Tuesday Briefing (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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Mariia Butina, Who Sought ‘Back Channel’ Meeting for Trump and Putin, Is Charged as Russian Agent (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Mariia Butina was accused of trying to broker secret relationships with American politicians so Russia could influence American policies.
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Who Is Bill Browder, Kremlin Foe Singled Out in Putin’s Offer? (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
William Browder, an investor, has led a global human rights fight against the Kremlin that has resulted in sanctions being leveled against Russian officials, becoming a thorn in Mr. Putin’s side.
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Tracing Guccifer 2.0’s Many Tentacles in the 2016 Election (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
The indictment of 12 Russian operatives provides never-before-seen detail about the central role of the online avatar Guccifer 2.0 in the dissemination of stolen Democratic documents.
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He Preyed on Men Who Wanted to Be Priests. Then He Became a Cardinal. (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick was removed from ministry last month for sexually abusing an altar boy. But for decades, the church overlooked his harassment of adult seminarians.
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$88 Million and Counting: Trump Amasses Huge Head Start for 2020 Campaign (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
The president’s re-election haul reflects a brisk fund-raising effort. Most of his predecessors, by contrast, did not kick off their campaigns until after the midterms.
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Warren Is Preparing for 2020. So Are Biden, Booker, Harris and Sanders. (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
As many top Democrats eye a run for president in 2020, Elizabeth Warren has all but announced her candidacy, while Joe Biden is planning to campaign up to four days a week this fall for midterm candidates.
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Feinstein Has Advantages in California Race. De León Now Has Party Leaders. (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Though Senator Dianne Feinstein trounced Kevin de León in a primary, they will still face off in November, after party leaders endorsed Mr. de León, reflecting the power of liberal activists.
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How Israel, in Dark of Night, Torched Its Way to Iran’s Nuclear Secrets (dim., 15 juil. 2018)
The Israeli government showed three reporters, including one from The Times, documents indicating that the Iranian nuclear weapons program was larger and more sophisticated than once suspected.
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White House Orders Direct Taliban Talks to Jump-Start Afghan Negotiations (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
As patience with the long war fades, diplomats have expanded authority to begin talks with the Taliban, which could grow into broader negotiations.
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Deported From U.S., and Picking Up Pieces of a Shattered Dream (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
A Guatemalan family wanted to “leave behind everything bad.” Ahead, though, was “a huge torment” that still haunts them.
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Court Orders Temporary Halt to Migrant Family Deportations (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
A federal judge in San Diego granted a request to delay deportations of migrant parents who have recently been reunited with their children.
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Secret National Parks: An Alaska National Park as Big as Connecticut. Annual Visitors? 23,000. (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
You can get to gorgeous Lake Clark National Park and Preserve only by boat or plane. That’s kept the hordes away.
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Secret National Parks: A Nevada Park That, at 77,000 Acres, Sneaks in Under the Tourist Radar (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Bryce, Zion, Arches, Canyonlands, even Capitol Reef, get all the attention. But Great Basin National Park gets something arguably better: anonymity.
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Secret National Parks: Among the Majestic Trees in Congaree, Slipping Into Silence (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
The little-visited Congaree National Park in South Carolina has been called “Redwoods East.” A kayak will take you deep into its quiet forest.
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Op-Ed Columnist: Trump and Putin vs. America (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
The president’s refusal to condemn Russian attacks is a betrayal of every single American citizen.
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An Easy Win for Vladimir Putin (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Russia’s president came away from his meeting with Trump looking confident and in charge.
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Can Macron Do for the Banlieues What the Banlieues Have Done for Soccer? (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
France’s triumph in the World Cup was powered by immigrants from the hardscrabble suburbs. It’s time for the Macron government to bring long-awaited economic opportunity to those neighborhoods.
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The Perils of the Trump Cult (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Tennessee’s Marsha Blackburn wants to ride the president’s coattails to the Senate. But will her plan backfire?
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Trump, Treasonous Traitor (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
The president fails to protect the country from an ongoing attack.
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In a Dark, Endless News Cycle, the World Cup Gave Us Light (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Ignorance is bliss, but untenable. Temporary distraction, however, is quite nice.
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How New Orleans Is Helping Its Students Succeed (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
The New Orleans turnaround shows the power of giving more freedom to teachers and principals — and then holding them accountable for their performance.
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The Stone: Raising My Child in a Doomed World (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Some would say the mistake was having our daughter in the first place.
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‘Doomsday Prepping’ for Another Round of Tariffs (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Uncertainty around trade poses a threat to economic growth, and we should not underestimate the risks.
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These Women Were Told Not to Play Soccer. Instead They Formed a Team. (sam., 14 juil. 2018)
Away from the lights of the World Cup, on the African archipelago of Zanzibar, a group of Muslim women are challenging a culture that says only men can play soccer.
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The Book That Terrified Neil Gaiman. And Carmen Maria Machado. And Dan Simmons. (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
13 authors recommend the most frightening books they’ve ever read.
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The Pour: In Wine and Critics, Populists Find an Easy Target (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Studies keep drawing the conclusion that people like cheap wines best and should not trust experts. But the findings say more about fears than tastes.
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Defendants on Probation Can Be Jailed for Drug Relapse, Court Rules (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Many medical experts said that relapse is part of recovery and a symptom of disease, and shouldn’t be punished with jail. A court disagreed.
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Uber Is Target of Federal Sex Discrimination Inquiry (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is investigating the ride-hailing company’s hiring and pay practices.
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DNA Leads to Suspect Decades After Killing of April Tinsley, 8 (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
The killer had taunted the police in Fort Wayne, Ind., in the years since the 1988 rape and killing that drew national headlines.
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Turtle Researcher’s Award Rescinded After He Uses Racy Photos of Women in Presentation (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
A herpetologist was being honored for his scientific achievements. The award was swiftly rescinded when he showed revealing photos of women in swimsuits.
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Major Chain in Canada Pulls Ivanka Trump’s Clothing (dim., 15 juil. 2018)
The Hudson’s Bay Company, Canada’s largest non-discount department store, ended online sales of the brand and will not order more for stores.
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California Is Preparing for Extreme Weather. It’s Time to Plant Some Trees. (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
The state expects drier dry years and wetter wet ones in the decades ahead. That means projects to restore river habitats now serve another purpose: battling the coming floods.
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Inside the Mating Rituals of Brands and Online Stars (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
With deals collectively worth billions of dollars at stake, the pressure is on advertisers and viral performers on sites like YouTube and Instagram to find the right match.
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Military Spending Is Up, but Aerospace and Defense Workers Are Scarce (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Around the globe, flashy military performances have a more serious purpose: getting people with high-tech skills to sign up.
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In New Jersey, Legal Marijuana Is So Close You Can Smell It. But It Could Be Awhile. (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Legal pot was a central campaign promise for Gov. Philip D. Murphy, and dispensaries are getting ready. Meanwhile, the Legislature is taking its time.
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Self-Care: How to Make This the Summer of Missing Out (jeu., 12 juil. 2018)
What’s happening? Who cares. Meet JOMO, FOMO’s benevolent younger cousin.
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How to Make the Most of Amazon Prime Day 2018 (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Amazon says it will offer more than a million deals, including discounts on Echo devices, kitchen appliances and more — and extend the sale by an extra six hours compared with last year.
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Tech Fix: Ready for Vacation? Here’s the Best Tech for Trip Planning (jeu., 05 juil. 2018)
Our personal tech columnist uses a combination of custom maps, spreadsheets and itinerary management apps to promote maximum enjoyment.
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How to Become a Plant Parent (mer., 13 juin 2018)
Turn your home into the most Instagram-ready indoor jungle on the block.
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When the Painting Is Provocative but the Museum Is Cautious (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
The Blanton Museum of Art in Texas is wrestling with how to present Vincent Valdez’s panorama of a modern-day Ku Klux Klan gathering.
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From the Sky to Your Home, Plane Parts Get a Second Life (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
While the average jet’s life span is 25 years, a stunning array of art and functional objects made from their remains can be useful far, far longer.
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How Broadway Got the Beat: The Go-Go’s in 5 Songs (mer., 11 juil. 2018)
With “Head Over Heels” in previews, we looked at how five Go-Go’s songs evolved into musical-theater numbers.
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Fiction: Competing Scientists Plus a High-Stakes University Lab Equals Murder (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Megan Abbott’s dark, swampy new novel, “Give Me Your Hand,” is lit by a current of rage.
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Q. & A.: Tell Us 5 Things About Your Book: A Refugee Says, ‘Call Me American’ (dim., 15 juil. 2018)
Abdi Nor Iftin went from a harrowing childhood in war-torn Somalia to freedom in Maine, thanks to winning a visa lottery.
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the healing edge: Dying Organs Restored to Life in Novel Experiments (mar., 10 juil. 2018)
An unusual transplant may revive tissues thought to be hopelessly damaged, including the heart and brain.
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Are You Ready to Fly Without a Human Pilot? (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
Rapid advances in airplane technology make pilotless flying possible sooner than anticipated — but the biggest manufacturers say other advances are likely first.
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ScienceTake | Hatching Treefrogs (lun., 27 juin 2016)
Exploring the science of how treefrogs hatch.
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Take a Walk in the Woods. Doctor’s Orders. (lun., 16 juil. 2018)
“Forest bathing,” or immersing yourself in nature, is being embraced by doctors and others as a way to combat stress and improve health.
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