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Senate Votes Down Broad Obamacare Repeal (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
The fact that the plan came up well short of even 50 votes was an ominous sign for Republican leaders still grappling with a formula to pass final health care legislation later this week.
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John McCain to Senate: ‘We’re Getting Nothing Done’ (mar., 25 juil. 2017)
Senator John McCain, who was recently diagnosed with brain cancer, spoke to the Senate after casting his vote to begin debating legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
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McCain Returns to Cast Vote to Help the President Who Derided Him (mar., 25 juil. 2017)
Senator John McCain ambled into the Senate chamber less than two weeks after brain surgery to help put a health care bill over the line.
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Health Care Showdown: Senate Health Care Vote: Where the Debate Left Off and What to Watch (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
The legislative showdown will continue Wednesday as the Senate considers various measures to replace the health law.
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Trump Says That Transgender People Will Not Be Allowed in the Military (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
President Trump says that the military cannot be burdened with what he called “the tremendous medical costs” of allowing transgender service members.
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Republican Party, Jeff Sessions, North Korea: Your Wednesday Briefing (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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New York Today: New York Today: Where to Shoot Wedding Photos (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
Wednesday: Tips from professional photographers, our governor in Washington, and a festival at Lincoln Center.
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California Today: California Today: A Republican Candidate for Governor Talks About Corruption (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
Wednesday: Questions for John Cox, a Republican candidate for governor; growing pressure on U.S.C. over a drug scandal; and bioluminescence in the Pacific.
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At a Moment of Success, U.S.C. Is Rocked by Scandal (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
Did the university move too slowly in responding to allegations of drug abuse by one of its most prominent deans?
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Auschwitz Artifacts to Go on Tour, Very Carefully (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
A high-profile attempt to educate young people about the Holocaust is also balancing the sensitive issue of charging for the exhibition.
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After 26 Years, Munich Settles Case Over a Klee Looted by Nazis (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
The court battle was the longest running in Germany over Nazi-looted art and focused on a painting by Paul Klee that had been seized as degenerate art.
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House Approves Sweeping Sanctions Package Against Russia (mar., 25 juil. 2017)
The bill limits the president’s ability to lift or suspend sanctions against Russia, North Korea and Iran.
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After 50 Years, Detroit Unrest Remains Vivid (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
In this 360° video, travel through archival photographs to sites of one of the most destructive civil disturbances in American history and hear from a woman who witnessed it.
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U.S. Soldier Who Survived Shootout in Jordan Tells His Story (mar., 25 juil. 2017)
A Special Forces sergeant who was the only one of four Americans to escape spoke publicly for the first time about that day.
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Deadly Building Collapse in India Caused by Illegal Alterations, Police Say (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
The Mumbai police arrested a man affiliated with a local political party and charged him with culpable homicide in the collapse, which killed at least 17 people.
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Four Migrants Die Trying to Cross Rio Grande Into the U.S. (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
The deaths in El Paso came days after the authorities discovered the bodies of eight migrants packed in a sweltering tractor-trailer in San Antonio.
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A First: Cardinal Pell Appears in Australian Court on Sexual Charges (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
A lawyer for Cardinal George Pell, one of Pope Francis’ top advisers, said the prelate would plead not guilty to all charges. The hearing lasted six minutes.
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Intelligence Agencies Say North Korean Missile Could Reach U.S. in a Year (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
The estimate significantly shortens the time that analysts believed it would take the regime to develop a weapon capable of reaching the continental United States.
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Your Daily Mini Crossword (mar., 14 mars 2017)
Solve a bite-size crossword in just a few minutes.
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Who Wants to Run That Mom-and-Pop Market? Almost No One (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
Across the country, old-fashioned grocery stores, like the oldest business in Colorado, are among the most endangered of small-town businesses.
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Feature: The Lonely Crusade of China’s Human Rights Lawyers (mar., 25 juil. 2017)
As the global spotlight on the nation’s domestic policies has dimmed, lawyers for dissidents increasingly face a terrible choice: acquiescence or imprisonment.
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Trump Finds Reason for the U.S. to Remain in Afghanistan: Minerals (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
Last week, as the White House fell into an increasingly fractious debate over Afghanistan policy, Trump aides met with a chemical executive to discuss the potential for extracting rare-earth minerals.
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‘Minecraft: The Island’ Blurs the Line Between Fiction and Gaming (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
Max Brooks’s new novel has an unusual premise: It can also be played within a video game.
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Nonfiction: Three New Books Discuss How to Confront and Reform Racist Policing (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
Books by former Dallas police chief David O. Brown and the law professor Paul Butler, and a collection edited by Angela J. Davis, call for transformation of the system.
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As Emissions Scandal Widens, Diesel’s Future Looks Shaky in Europe (mar., 25 juil. 2017)
Diesel, once a cornerstone of German engineering, is facing a growing backlash among consumers, regulators and cities.
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Canada Debates Whether Gift of Leibovitz Photos Is Also a Tax Dodge (mar., 25 juil. 2017)
Four years after the donation of 2,070 photos created by Annie Leibovitz to a Nova Scotia museum, a government panel is balking at its $20 million valuation.
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Seesawing Fate of Legendary Reflects the Film Industry’s Volatility (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
Once a Hollywood darling, a boutique studio has endured box office flops, and is dealing with the financial problems of its Chinese owner.
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A Hot Microphone Catches Senate Gossip, but No Duel Transpires (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
Senator Susan Collins, Republican of Maine, and Senator Jack Reed, Democrat of Rhode Island, were recorded disparaging President Trump and another G.O.P. lawmaker.
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Some Bitcoin Backers Are Defecting to Create a Rival Currency (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
Bitcoin Cash, to be available Aug. 1, sprang from a feud over how to govern a decentralized, open-source technology with no one set of leaders or owners.
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The Hot New Thing in Guatemala, Land of Coffee? It’s Coffee (mar., 25 juil. 2017)
Guatemalan coffee is revered at cafes around the world. Now it is gaining a devoted following not far from the farms where it is grown.
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Your Roomba May Be Mapping Your Home, Collecting Data That Could Be Sold (mar., 25 juil. 2017)
iRobot, the company that makes the Roomba robotic vacuum, is considering selling the mapping data the devices collect to a company like Google or Amazon.
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Frugal Traveler: In Southeast England, White Cliffs, Fish and Chips, and Deals (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
Enjoying the region’s rolling, campestral beauty in a three-town tour — while leaving the modest stack of pounds sterling in my pocket intact.
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Feature: The Majestic Marble Quarries of Northern Italy (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
Fueled by insatiable demand in the gulf states, the Italian marble trade is booming. A look at how the stone is wrenched from the earth.
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Michael Moore Says He Wants to Change Minds. So Why Is He on Broadway? (mer., 26 juil. 2017)
His one-man show, “The Terms of My Surrender,” is opening at the Belasco Theater. But theater audiences in New York may already be part of his choir.
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