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Kim Jong-un, Pakistan, Iran: Your Wednesday Briefing

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Settlements for 3 Wall Street Banks Hold a Silver Lining

Three big banks were punished for market manipulation this week — and tucked into the punishment was a single sentence

Opinion | A Nation Awash in Guns, and Outrage

To the Editor: Re “Respect First, Then Gun Control,” by David Brooks (column, Feb. 20): No, Mr. Brooks! Absolutely not!

Opinion | Congress, It’s Time to Pay Musicians

The Grammys are coming to New York City. And Congress just did. On Friday, the House Judiciary Committee held a

Quotation of the Day: With Passion and Fury, Students March on Guns

“If they continue to ignore us, to only pretend to listen, then we will take action where it counts. We

Carles Puigdemont Is Arrested in Germany, Drawing E.U. Giant Into Catalan Fight

MADRID — Carles Puigdemont, the former leader of Catalonia wanted in Spain on rebellion charges, was detained on Sunday in

Opinion | My Vietnam War

It had been a winter of pent-up tension with too much time spent indoors. I was anxious to ditch my

Was It the Perfect Crime or a Paranoid Fantasy?

IN BLACK AND WHITE By Junichiro Tanizaki Translated by Phyllis I. Lyons 238 pp. Columbia University Press. Cloth, $60. Paper,

The Secret to Better Thai Dishes May Already Be in Your Fridge

Thai red curry paste is the condiment that’s started a thousand meals in my kitchen. Simmered with a little coconut

Supreme Court Issues Partial Stay in North Carolina Voting Case

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court partly granted on Tuesday a request from North Carolina Republicans to block a voting map

How Amazon Benefits From Losing Cities’ HQ2 Bids

SEATTLE — The other week, 218 cities and states lost in the sweepstakes to be the home of Amazon’s second

Opinion | Is It Time for Netanyahu to Resign Yet?

TEL AVIV — Last Monday, Israel learned that the son of its prime minister is an embarrassment. That evening, a

In Curling, a Sibling Rivalry Is Put on Ice

GANGNEUNG, South Korea — Matt and Becca Hamilton, Olympic curlers from Wisconsin, had a bad habit of turning their matches

What Happens When You Go Under

ANESTHESIA The Gift of Oblivion and the Mystery of Consciousness By Kate Cole-Adams 400 pp. Counterpoint. $28. COUNTING BACKWARDS A

When Champions League Cash Tilts the Playing Field

ATHENS — The game is drifting, goalless, toward its close when a heavy tackle from an Olympiacos player leaves Konstantinos

Paul Ryan Deletes Tweet Lauding a $1.50 Benefit From the New Tax Law

WASHINGTON — Speaker Paul D. Ryan faced a backlash on Saturday after he pointed to a secretary’s $1.50 weekly increase

A President Not Sure of What He Wants Complicates the Shutdown Impasse

WASHINGTON — When President Trump mused last year about protecting immigrants brought to the United States illegally as children, calling

Anti-Fascist Protesters Rally in Italy as Mussolini’s Heirs Gain Ground

ROME — The specter of Benito Mussolini returned this month in the form of a poster at Piazza Venezia, the

He Took a Picture of a Supernova While Setting Up His New Camera

Boom. A star is dead. On Sept. 20, 2016, Victor Buso, an amateur astronomer in Rosario, Argentina, was checking out

Opinion | Poland and the Holocaust: The Ambassador’s View

To the Editor: Re “Poland’s Holocaust Blame Bill” (editorial, Jan. 30): Poland is one of the principal guardians of the

Opinion | What the Economic Data Don’t Tell Us

It’s a sure thing that Donald Trump will spend much of his State of the Union boasting about the economy.

Opinion | Falling Short on Science

Cambridge, Mass. — Amid the budget turbulence in Washington, it’s easy to miss the fact that part of what’s at

Garrison Keillor’s Accuser Described ‘Dozens’ of Offenses Over ‘Period of Years’

Allegations of inappropriate behavior by Garrison Keillor were more substantial than indicated in November when Minnesota Public Radio severed ties

In Russia Inquiry, Lawyers Tell Trump to Refuse Mueller Interview

WASHINGTON — Lawyers for President Trump have advised him against sitting down for a wide-ranging interview with the special counsel,

Delores Taylor, 85, Dies; Writer and Star in ‘Billy Jack’ Films

Delores Taylor, whose empathy for Native Americans informed the 1971 surprise action-film hit “Billy Jack,” which she wrote and starred

Events for Children in NYC This Week

Our guide to cultural events in New York City for families with children and teenagers. BROADWAY PLAYHOUSE: LEONARD BERNSTEIN at

Comedy in NYC This Week

Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows. ‘50 FIRST JOKES N.Y.C.’ at the Bell House (Jan. 5, 8 p.m.).

Alabama Wins National Championship With a Halftime Twist

ATLANTA — After watching a frustrating and unproductive first half of football in the biggest game of the year, Alabama

California Today: Want Snow? Don’t Go Looking in the Sierra Nevada.

Good morning. (Want to get California Today by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Each winter, California officials trudge up the Sierra

How New York’s Child Welfare Chief Is Trying to Fix His Agency’s Image

New York City’s commissioner of child welfare could not say no. On a recent visit to a new family services

Alabama Newspaper Executive Resigns After Admitting He Once Spanked a Reporter

The former publisher of The Anniston Star in Alabama resigned on Thursday as chairman of the company that owns the

How Do I Deal With My Anger Toward Men?

Dear Sugars, How do I deal with my anger toward men? I go to therapy, I’m on anti-depressants and I’m

Clap On Your Bose, Baby, ’Cause It’s Noisy as Heck Out There

“What if death is nothing but sound?” asks the protagonist of “White Noise,” Don DeLillo’s 1985 novel. “Electrical noise,” his

New South Africa Leader Faces Old Question: Is There Will to Fight Corruption?

JOHANNESBURG — As Parliament took just eight minutes on Thursday to elect Cyril Ramaphosa as South Africa’s new president, the

Назад из прошлого: Путешествие в сердце России

Россия – страна сказаний и мифов. Сказаний о царе и его приближенных, о Ленине, о революции, о Великой отечественной войне,

A ‘High Maintenance’ Co-Creator on Her Favorite Possessions

In this series for T, Emily Spivack, the author of “Worn Stories,” interviews creative types about their most prized possessions.

Review: Hipsters Double-Check Their Privilege in ‘Cute Activist’

Jen is a white, 26-year-old architect hoping to “decolonialize” herself by hooking up with a black man. Gil is a

‘Fighting Back’ Community Drug Program Doesn’t Work

Oct. 21, 2002 — Tremendously popular, the “Fighting Back” anti-drug program is the outline for most governmentally supported community drug-fighting

Childhood Vaccinations Rarely Spur Seizures: Study

By Amy Norton HealthDay Columnist MONDAY, June 6, 2016 (HealthDay News) — Certain immunizations can trigger fever-related seizures in young

Being ‘Fat But Fit’ Won’t Cut Early Death Risk

By Mary Elizabeth Dallas HealthDay Columnist MONDAY, Dec. 21, 2015 (HealthDay News) — Unused inquire about seems to contradict the

Urgent Care Centers Ease ER Burden in U.S.

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Columnist FRIDAY, Sept. 7, 2018 (HealthDay News) — For minor ills such as sore throats, privately

Salmonella Factoids

Jan. 21, 2009 — Salmonella contamination of peanut butter products has sickened hundreds within the U.S. and Canada. It’s a

Tyson Foods Recalls Chicken Nuggets

Jan. 30, 2019 — Approximately 36,420 pounds of chicken nuggets are being reviewed by Tyson Nourishments since they may be

Body, Mind Workouts May Help Seniors Stay Sharp

By Denise Mann HealthDay Correspondent MONDAY, April 1 (HealthDay News) — A small exercise and a few mental incitement may

AIDS Meeting Organizers Hope Protestors, South Africa’s President Behave

June 30, 2000 (Washington) — The choice to hold the 13th Universal Helps Conference this year in Durban, South Africa,

Obamacare an Ally and Rival to eHealthInsurance

By Eric Whitney America’s biggest online wellbeing protections retailer is getting ready for a few hardened unused competition from Uncle

Pot Chemical May Help Prevent Epileptic Seizures

By Alan Mozes HealthDay Correspondent THURSDAY, Dec. 24, 2015 (HealthDay News) — A pill containing cannabidiol (CBD), a key ingredient

Poll Finds Parents Say A Restaurant Made Kids Sick

By Alan Mozes HealthDay Columnist MONDAY, May 21, 2018 (HealthDay News) — American moms and fathers work hard to prevent

Exercise Helps Counter Cancer-Linked Fatigue

By Alan Mozes HealthDay Correspondent THURSDAY, March 2, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Whether from the infection itself or the treatment,

Listening to the Sounds of Cancer

Oct. 20, 2006 — Researchers may have figured out how to hear melanoma cancer cells as they spread through the

Trader Joe’s Recalls Frozen Chicken and Rice Dish

Dec. 3, 2012 — Dealer Joe’s is reviewing one of its solidified chicken and rice dishes since it may well

Can Hepatitis B Be Transmitted on the Football Field?

Sept. 21, 2000 — Broken bones and concussions aren’t the only dangers football players face on the field, a new

Interrupting HIV Treatment May Boost Immune System

Jan. 21, 2000 (Cleveland) — For most individuals with HIV, treatment with the powerful combination of drugs called HAART (highly

Velveeta Recalled From Walmart Stores

FRIDAY, June 20, 2014 (HealthDay) — Velveeta cheese products are being recalled from Walmart stores in as numerous as a

Blood Type May Play Role in Post-Trauma Death Risk

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Correspondent WEDNESDAY, May 2, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Individuals with the foremost common blood type, sort

Risky Allergic Reaction: Chemical Clues

Jan. 4, 2008 — Analysts have found two chemical clues that will offer assistance them tame sudden, serious allergic reaction

Post-Op Ear Drops and Kids’ Eardrum Perforations

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, March 30, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Children who endure through different ear contaminations are

Dirty Tap Water May Cause Birth Defects

Jan. 8, 2002 — Two groups report that hundreds of thousands of pregnant women are at risk of birth absconds

Weekend Warrior, Weekday Couch Potato?

March 28, 2001 — Weekend warriors take note: Your bursts of high-energy athletic movement aren’t doing you much good in

New Sunscreen Labels: What to Look For

May 28, 2013 — Summer is nearly here, which implies it’s time to stock up on sunscreen. But as anyone

Neighborhood Noise Harms Kids

–> May 31, 2002 — Loud neighborhoods with high levels of ordinary sounds like street activity and trains may have

Olive Oil Cleared for Heart-Healthy Claim

Nov. 1, 2004 — Olive oil has now joined the ranks of nuts and fish in gaining the correct to

Heart Defects at Birth May Raise PTSD Risk Later

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Columnist FRIDAY, Walk 18, 2016 (HealthDay News) — Adults born with heart surrenders may be at

Low Vitamin D Ups Heart Risk in Men

June 9, 2008 — Drinking bounty of drain and basking in the sun may make a man less likely to

Making Stem Cells in a Lab

Dec. 14, 2006 — Researchers may have found a way to create embryonic stem cells from unfertilized eggs — at

Coffee May Keep Your Ears From Ringing

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Columnist FRIDAY, Aug. 8, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Being a coffee significant other may be good

Kick Your Sugar Addiction

Jan 3, 2003 — There’s no denying that we Americans adore our sugary treats. Former President Ronald Reagan had to

Newer Epilepsy Drugs May Be Safer During Pregnancy

By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Sept. 1, 2016 (HealthDay News) — Women who take the unused epilepsy drugs levetiracetam

Veggie Booty Recall Tied to Seasoning

July 16, 2007 — The Veggie Booty recall has broadened to incorporate a second snack food, and a flavoring mix

New Guidelines Urge Diabetics to Move More

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Correspondent WEDNESDAY, Oct. 26, 2016 (HealthDay News) — People with diabetes ought to move more often

Pool Owners Warned of Electrocution Risk

May 23, 2003 — As pool season formally starts this end of the week at open and private swimming pools

More Norovirus Infections at Olympics in S. Korea

By HealthDay staff HealthDay Columnist THURSDAY, Feb. 8, 2018 (HealthDay News) — With the Winter Olympics set to begin Friday,

Obesity Today, Alzheimer’s Disease Tomorrow?

Aug. 8, 2005 — Today’s weight plague may be tomorrow’s Alzheimer’s malady scourge, a unused ponder appears. Individuals with diabetes

Why the ‘Entitled’ Think Rules Don’t Apply to Them

By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Correspondent TUESDAY, Jan.2, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Do not anticipate merely can thump a few sense

An Asthma Antibody?

Nov. 16, 1999 (Los Angeles) – – Asthma sufferers who need to diminish their reliance on high-dose steroids to treat

Bush Meets With Vaccine Firms on Bird Flu

Oct. 7, 2005 — President Bush met with immunization producers Friday in an exertion to arrange a methodology for planning

‘Concrete’ Ways to Beat Procrastination

Jan. 15, 2009 — Go ahead, do it. Do not hold up. It won’t get simpler. There won’t be <span

White House Unveils Flu Pandemic Plan

May 3, 2006 – The White House discharged a national availability arrange for widespread flu Wednesday, telling neighborhood and state

Younger Women With Diabetes and Heart Attack Risk

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Columnist WEDNESDAY, Sept. 2, 2015 (HealthDay News) — Youthful ladies with diabetes are much more likely

Swine Flu Vaccine at Least 6 Months Away

April 30, 2009 — The CDC says a swine flu antibody will take at slightest six months to form in

Pot Slows Cancer in Test Tube

Dec. 26, 2007 — THC and another marijuana-derived compound moderate the spread of cervical and lung cancers, test-tube thinks about

Some People May Be Pre-Wired to Be Bilingual

By Randy Dotinga HealthDay Columnist WEDNESDAY, Nov. 26, 2014 (HealthDay News) — A few people’s brains appear pre-wired to obtain

Diabetes Can Double Odds of Alzheimer’s

Jan. 29, 2009 — Diabetes increments the hazard of Alzheimer’s and other sorts of dementia, agreeing to a modern report.

Deep Kiss Could Spread Cancer Virus

Nov. 8, 2000 — Profound kisses seem spread the infection that causes Kaposi’s sarcoma, the dangerous cancer connected to Helps.

Do People Transmit Happiness by Smell?

By Alan Mozes HealthDay Columnist TUESDAY, May 26, 2015 (HealthDay News) — As feelings go, joy ordinarily covers up in

Background TV May Harm Young Kids’ Development

April 19, 2012 — We all do it at slightest sometimes. We take off the TV on as foundation clamor

Let Us Catch You Up on the Biggest Stories in Politics This Week

Even with Congress on break, there was a lot of news this week. From the expulsion of Russian diplomats to

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