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Your Wednesday News Briefing: Brett Kavanaugh, North Korea, Baseball Playoffs (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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New York Today: New York Today: Where Are We on Weed? (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
Wednesday: Discussions on the potential legalization of marijuana, and Photoville in Brooklyn.
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California Today: California Today: To Tell the Brown Family Saga, Start in 1852 (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
Wednesday: The historian Miriam Pawel talks about the governor’s family history, Christine Blasey Ford wants an F.B.I. investigation, and a Santa Barbara teenager finds $10,000.
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Christine Blasey Ford Wants F.B.I. to Investigate Kavanaugh Before She Testifies (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
Her position puts the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing scheduled for Monday in doubt.
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Political Memo: On Kavanaugh, a Changed America Debates an Explosive Charge (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
The accusations against the Supreme Court nominee are being assessed under different social and cultural conventions than when the episode allegedly occurred.
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Accusations Draw New Attention to Kavanaugh’s Remarks About Drinking (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
In a speech to the Yale Law School Federalist Society in 2014, Judge Kavanaugh recalled some debaucherous — if seemingly harmless — nights of heavy drinking as a law student.
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North Korea’s New Promises on Weapons Stop Short of Denuclearization (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
Kim Jong-un agreed to “permanently dismantle” key facilities in a bid to ease tensions with South Korea, but his offers did not meet U.S. demands.
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Trump Has Put the U.S. and China on the Cusp of a New Cold War (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
President Trump’s pugilistic approach to China could rupture relations for years to come.
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Consumers Will Increasingly Feel Pain From Trump’s Trade War. Here’s Why. (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
The administration has tried to shield popular products from tariffs. That gets harder with each new round.
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Trump Hit Iran With Oil Sanctions. So Far, They’re Working. (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
Iranian exports have fallen without a feared surge in global prices, thanks to plentiful supplies. Still, the policy’s success could be fleeting.
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‘It’s Back’: Underwater Yet Again, the Carolinas Face a New Reality (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
As climate change and rapid growth bring more flooding, residents and officials must grapple with where to rebuild and how to prepare for the next storm.
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Lagoons of Pig Waste Are Overflowing After Florence. Yes, That’s as Nasty as It Sounds. (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
At least 77 lagoons in North Carolina have either released pig waste into the environment or are at imminent risk of doing so, according to state officials.
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2 Patients Die in Sheriff’s Van Submerged by Florence’s Floodwaters (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
The women were being transported between health facilities in South Carolina.
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Cuomo and de Blasio: Making Nice, for Now (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
New York’s top Democrats rallied to promote unity ahead of the general election. But the fissures in the party still showed.
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Bitcoin Miners Flock to New York’s Remote Corners, but Get Chilly Reception (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
A region that once attracted heavy industry is coping with an influx of Bitcoin speculators, lured by an abundance of cheap electricity.
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The Broken Pieces of Middle East Peace (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
Forty years after the Camp David accords, we’re again at a fateful moment.
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What the Kavanaugh Accusations Mean for Red-State Democrats (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
Things just got a lot more complicated for Joe Manchin.
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The Pro-Life Movement’s Kavanaugh Dilemma (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
Repealing Roe won’t matter if the anti-abortion cause is hitched to a party that’s seen as anti-woman.
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How the Next Downturn Will Surprise Us (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
In their campaign to contain the risks that caused the Great Recession, central bankers may have planted the seeds for the next global economic crisis.
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A Nuclear Bomb Inside the Vatican (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
I am not a Catholic, but the Holy City filled me with awe. I wonder what its leader thinks of me, though.
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Anita Hill: How to Get the Kavanaugh Hearings Right (mar., 18 sept. 2018)
The Senate Judiciary Committee has a chance to do better by the country than it did nearly three decades ago.
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I Highly Recommend Joining This Cult (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
I am slashing my spending and rethinking my bourgeois ways. You should, too.
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Sexual Abuse Isn’t Partisan (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
Yet the response usually is. Republican leaders can’t seem to take the problem seriously.
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The Amputee Who Showed Everyone (mar., 18 sept. 2018)
Shaquem Griffin of the Seattle Seahawks lost his hand but not his dream.
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Disability: Losing Touch, Finding Intimacy (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
I had come to believe I was unable to break through my physical disability. I was wrong.
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Ranch Nation (mar., 18 sept. 2018)
How one creamy, peppery salad dressing became America’s favorite flavor.
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Tech Fix: Apple Watch Series 4 Review: A Big Deal for Our Health (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
The faster speeds and larger screen sound boring on paper. But an electrical heart sensor gives a glimpse of the promise to come, our reviewer writes.
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DealBook: When an Owner’s New Company Puts the Old One in Trump’s Cross Hairs (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
The decision by the Salesforce chief executive Marc Benioff to buy Time magazine raises the question of the duty that executives have to the companies that made them rich.
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Brooklyn Diocese Is Part of $27.5 Million Settlement in 4 Sex Abuse Cases (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
The settlement is believed to be one of the largest ever awarded to victims of sexual abuse in the Roman Catholic Church.
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U.S. Loses Track of Another 1,500 Migrant Children, Investigators Find (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
The inability to confirm the whereabouts of migrant children after they move from federal shelters raises concerns that they could be exploited by human traffickers.
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Wreckage May Be From Endeavour, Ship That Explored World and Charted Australia (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
Researchers believe they have found the remains of Captain James Cook’s vessel at the bottom of a Rhode Island harbor.
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Salt Bae Serves Meat to Maduro, to Rubio’s Disgust (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
The celebrity chef drew Mr. Rubio’s ire for serving a lavish meal to the authoritarian president of Venezuela, known for his extravagant lifestyle amid crushing poverty.
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Are Bert and Ernie Gay? ‘Sesame Street’ Writer Says His Comments Were Misinterpreted (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
Mark Saltzman said he wrote the iconic muppets as a “loving couple.” Sesame Workshop says they’re “best friends.” We may never know for sure.
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Unraveling the Mystery of a 12-Day Killing Spree at the Border (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
The arrest of a Border Patrol agent in the killing of four people in Laredo, Tex., has left investigators struggling for answers.
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Will Bill Cosby’s Trip From America’s Dad to Sex Offender End in Prison? (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
The judge who sentences him next week will confront a frail old man convicted of sexually assaulting one woman, but accused of abuse by many others.
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Tragedy? Farce? Confusion? The Method Behind That Russian Poisoning Interview (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
When two Russians were trotted out to deny British accusations that they tried to kill an ex-spy, few believed them. Maybe no one was really meant to.
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The Fix: Lighting a Room, Simplified (mar., 18 sept. 2018)
The right lighting can lift your spirits and make you more relaxed and productive. Here’s how the pros do it.
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Phys Ed: In a Hurry? Try Express Weight Training (mar., 18 sept. 2018)
A new study finds that you can build strength in just 13 minutes with a single, brief set of each exercise, if you work really hard.
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The Mistakes We Make When Moving (ven., 07 sept. 2018)
How to make sure breakables like dishes and that leg lamp make it to your new home intact.
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3 Tips to Have Better Conversations (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
Be genuine. Be interested. And stop hogging the conversation.
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Personal Journeys: For Roy Wood Jr., Alabama Is Painful History, New Hope and Home (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
The “Daily Show” correspondent is moved by the memorial to lynching victims in Montgomery and inspired by Birmingham’s mayor, business startups and baseball.
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Lizzo Wants to Build You Up (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
“I made a commitment to feel-good music,” the artist said before a show at MoMA PS1. “I had to show my belly a lot of attention, a lot of love.”
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A Throwback Champion for the Modern Champions League (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
The Champions League has become an annual showcase for Europe’s richest clubs. But the return of Red Star Belgrade this year is a reminder of what‘s been lost.
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Best of Late Night: Corden Skewers Republicans Over Allegations Against Kavanaugh (mer., 19 sept. 2018)
After a senator said Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation process had become “an intergalactic freak show,” James Corden bit back.
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Review: Good Music, but Julia Bullock Makes It Great (dim., 16 sept. 2018)
The rising soprano opened her season-long residency at the Metropolitan Museum of Art with slave songs and settings of the words of black artists.
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Matter: Why Your DNA Is Still Uncharted Territory (mar., 18 sept. 2018)
Scientists are focusing on a relatively small number of human genes and neglecting thousands of others. The reasons have more to do with professional survival than genetics.
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New Approach to Breast Reconstruction May Reduce Pain and Weakness for Some (lun., 17 sept. 2018)
The technique places implants on top of muscle, instead of under it.
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Nonfiction: The Quest to Create and Perfect an Artificial Heart (lun., 17 sept. 2018)
Mimi Swartz’s “Ticker” tells the story of the doctors who, against all odds, struggled to make a device to replace one of our most vital organs.
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Trilobites: Water Droplets Don’t Just Hover on a Hot Pan. They Roll. (lun., 17 sept. 2018)
Physicists took a deeper look at the Leidenfrost effect, which you’ve likely experienced when you’ve dripped water into a pan to test its temperature.
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