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Iran Threatens to Exceed Some Limits of Nuclear Deal, and Trump Orders Deployment of 1,000 More Troops

6/18/2019 2:50:12 AM

Iranian officials are trying to get European nations to blunt American economic sanctions imposed since President Trump withdrew from the nuclear deal last year.

With a New Threat, Iran Tests the Resolve of the U.S. and Its Allies

6/18/2019 12:41:21 AM

President Trump promised that North Korea and Iran could be convinced to give up their nuclear weapons programs. He is learning it’s not that easy.

Xi Jinping Will Make First Visit to North Korea Ahead of Meeting With Trump

6/17/2019 10:59:38 PM

At a time when tensions among North Korea, China and the United States have been high, some officials see Mr. Xi’s trip to Pyongyang as a way to cool things down.

Four Years Ago Trump Was Seen as a Sideshow. Now He Is the Show.

6/18/2019 12:47:35 AM

The 2020 election will be a test — not just of the man but of his country. Was President Trump’s victory the last time around a historical fluke or a genuine reflection of America in the modern age?

Joe Biden Says His Campaign Has Raised Nearly $20 Million

6/18/2019 3:40:57 AM

Mr. Biden revealed his campaign’s finances at a fund-raiser in New York on Monday night. It’s more than any other candidate raised in the first quarter of the year.

Racist Comments Cost Conservative Parkland Student a Place at Harvard

6/18/2019 12:59:38 AM

The student, Kyle Kashuv, a recent graduate of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, had repeatedly used racial slurs in a written chat with classmates when he was 16.

Driver’s Licenses for the Undocumented Are Approved in Win for Progressives

6/18/2019 4:37:15 AM

The vote in the New York Legislature came after the issue had splintered Democrats, with suburban moderates objecting.

UNC Children’s Hospital Suspends Most Complex Heart Surgeries

6/18/2019 12:07:02 AM

The death rate among patients with the most serious heart conditions reached nearly 50 percent, newly released data show. State and federal regulators are investigating.

Gloria Vanderbilt Dies at 95; Built a Fashion Empire

6/17/2019 7:29:37 PM

An illustrious family name became synonymous with designer jeans, as Ms. Vanderbilt became a celebrity in her own right.

Why Hong Kong Is Still Protesting

6/17/2019 2:36:34 PM

The city’s government said a proposed extradition law would enable justice in a murder case. Protesters say it’s a Trojan horse from Beijing.

Harvard’s False Path to Wisdom

6/18/2019 5:47:37 AM

Sometimes sin is an opportunity for redemption.

Beijing Is Treading Lightly in Hong Kong, for Now

6/18/2019 5:47:37 AM

Crushing civil liberties is harder when the whole world is watching.

Stop Sneering at Bill de Blasio

6/18/2019 5:47:37 AM

He shouldn’t run for president, but he’s been a good mayor.

Why Isn’t Trump a Real Populist?

6/18/2019 5:47:37 AM

He seems determined to betray his base.

A New Trump Battleground: Defining Human Rights

6/18/2019 5:47:37 AM

The State Department says the nation has departed from its founding principles, but won’t say how. Some fear a rollback of rights.

‘This Is All So Deeply Personal, but I Too Will Speak Out’

6/18/2019 5:47:37 AM

Rep. Pramila Jayapal’s essay about why she chose to have an abortion sparked a flurry of personal accounts — and some pushback — from readers.

The AMLO-Trump Deal Is Punishing the Most Vulnerable

6/18/2019 5:47:38 AM

A new U.S.-Mexico immigration agreement may slow down the Central American immigration wave but won’t stop it. It’s simply too powerful.

Why South Africa Can’t Avoid Land Reforms

6/18/2019 5:47:38 AM

A mobilization spearheaded by student and labor movements is focusing on the land question to address the social legacy of apartheid.

We Must Prepare for the Next Pandemic

6/18/2019 5:47:39 AM

We’ll have to battle both the disease and the fake news.

Why Bernie Sanders Isn’t Afraid of ‘Socialism’

6/18/2019 5:47:39 AM

His economic project and his political project are indistinguishable.

Trump’s Abuse of Executive Privilege Is More Than a Present Danger

6/18/2019 5:47:39 AM

He’s making it harder for future presidents to govern.

Memories of That Night at the Stonewall Inn, From Those Who Were There

6/16/2019 9:00:12 AM

On June 28, 1969, a gay bar in Greenwich Village helped change the course of L.G.B.T.Q. history.

How History Changed Anita Hill

6/17/2019 10:12:19 PM

Nearly 30 years after the Clarence Thomas hearings, she talks about the progress that’s been made and the issues that remain.

‘All Was Going Well When I Noticed a Rustling Under Some Shrubbery’

6/17/2019 10:19:58 PM

Finding a hen in Riverside Park, an ode to the Sturgeon King and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

Landlords Oppose Trump Plan to Evict Undocumented Immigrants

6/18/2019 1:21:51 AM

Landlords say undocumented immigrants in federally funded housing are reliable tenants who pay on time. The administration says subsidized housing is for American citizens.

Alex Jones’s Legal Team Is Said to Have Sent Child Porn in Sandy Hook Hoax Case

6/18/2019 6:22:43 AM

Lawyers for families of victims in the 2012 shooting said the legal team acting for Mr. Jones, the conspiracy theorist, sent them child pornography, adding that they have notified the F.B.I.

New Zealand Man Gets 21 Months for Sharing Video of Christchurch Attacks

6/18/2019 6:09:57 AM

Philip Arps, who owns an insulation company that uses white supremacist symbols, also sent a copy of the video to be doctored to look like a first-person-shooter video game.

Democrat in Competitive California District Joins Call for Impeachment Inquiry

6/18/2019 1:43:58 AM

Representative Katie Porter is one of the first to endorse impeachment proceedings among House Democrats who are expected to face tough re-election campaigns.

Man Gets 9 Years in Prison After Nuclear Bunker Project Ends in Worker’s Fiery Death

6/18/2019 12:00:32 AM

A judge gave Daniel Beckwitt a relatively short sentence for second-degree murder, but told him his “intellectual arrogance” had led to the tragedy.

Paul Manafort Seemed Headed to Rikers. Then the Justice Department Intervened.

6/18/2019 3:44:18 AM

The decision came after Attorney General William Barr’s top deputy sent a letter to state prosecutors. Mr. Manafort will now be held in a federal lockup while he faces state charges.

Businesses Plead to Stop More China Tariffs. They Expect to Be Ignored.

6/18/2019 12:56:08 AM

Companies say more tariffs would hurt businesses and consumers, but many have become resigned to the idea that president will do what he wants.

For Hong Kong’s Youth, Protests Are ‘a Matter of Life and Death’

6/17/2019 10:19:22 PM

Young people are at the forefront of protests that have thrown the city into a political crisis. As they see it, they are battling for their future.

Mohamed Morsi, Egypt’s First Democratically Elected President, Dies

6/18/2019 8:31:57 AM

Mohamed Morsi collapsed and died in a Cairo courtroom. Critics cited poor prison conditions and denial of medicine as a possible cause of death.

The Workplace Still Isn’t Equal for Women. Here’s Some Advice to Navigate It.

6/17/2019 2:07:24 PM

A field guide for working women.

A Financial Checklist for Your Newly Minted High School Graduate

6/7/2019 3:27:35 PM

We’ve got budget, retirement account, credit, information security and insurance advice for your independent adult, college student, gap-year taker or future soldier.

Let Go of Your Grudges. They’re Doing You No Good.

6/12/2019 6:31:31 PM

What does holding on to grudges really get us?

How to Keep Bedbugs From Coming Home With You

6/17/2019 9:30:06 PM

Bedbugs peak in the summer, just in time for vacation. Here’s how to check your hotel bed for bloodsuckers — and what to do if you find them.

Franco Zeffirelli Made Subtle, Striking Opera. Until He Exploded.

6/18/2019 4:22:23 AM

The director, an unabashed emperor of extravagance, forgot what he once knew: Opera can be deep drama.

How Basketball and Baseball Helped Gary Woodland Master Golf

6/18/2019 2:21:56 AM

He was college basketball player and part of championship baseball teams growing up. Maybe that’s why Gary Woodland bloomed late on the golf course.

Goodbye Yellow Lycra: See Elton John’s ‘Rocketman’ Looks Up Close

6/17/2019 11:17:05 PM

The costume designer Julian Day didn’t simply copy the star’s outfits over the years (or those glasses — dozens of pairs were crafted for the film).

Review: Rebooting ‘Das Boot,’ on Land and Sea

6/17/2019 11:17:04 PM

A new Hulu series revives the popular World War II submarine saga, with some changes.

The Speed Freak Who Transformed Running

6/14/2019 9:24:43 PM

“Running to the Edge,” by Matthew Futterman, recounts the story of the legendary coach Bob Larsen and his record-breaking runners.

Can Marijuana Help Cure the Opioid Crisis?

6/17/2019 5:16:57 PM

Sometimes appearances, or statistics, can be deceiving.

So Long, Exoplanet HD 17156b. Hello ... Sauron?

6/17/2019 4:01:53 PM

Astronomers have announced a global contest to rename dozens of extrasolar planets. The nominees are pouring in.

In the Bronze Age, Bagels Were Tiny

6/18/2019 5:13:37 AM

Archaeologists have identified remnants of small, round dough rings at an excavation site in Austria. But no cream cheese.

The Damage of Dad-Shaming

6/17/2019 9:13:39 AM

More than half of the fathers in a national poll reported being criticized about their parenting decisions.

In the Hudson Valley, a Drive Back in Time

6/17/2019 7:10:15 PM

One of the most beautiful parts of New York State was once the spine of the Dutch colony, and remnants of its history are everywhere, hiding in plain sight.

How Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka Spend Their Sundays

6/16/2019 11:03:59 AM

“There is no consistency to our routine except that we’re together and spending quality time with the kids.”

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