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en-us Copyright 2017 The New York Times Company Tue, 25 Jul 2017 14:37:01 GMT NYT > Home Page https://static01.nyt.com/images/misc/NYT_logo_rss_250x40.png http://www.nytimes.com/pages/index.html?partner=rss&emc=rss Health Care Showdown: Insurance Company’s Profit Indicates Obamacare Isn’t Dead https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/25/us/politics/health-care-senate-vote.html?partner=rss&emc=rss https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/25/us/politics/health-care-senate-vote.html Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, last week on Capitol Hill. Tom Brenner/The New York Times Centene, one of the largest insurance companies offering coverage under the Affordable Care Act, defied Republican talking points with its tidy profit.


Health Care Showdown: Insurance Company’s Profit Indicates Obamacare Isn’t Dead

Centene, one of the largest insurance companies offering coverage under the Affordable Care Act, defied Republican talking points with its tidy profit.

(25/07/2017 @ 10:27)

What to Watch for in the G.O.P.’s Health Care Showdown

Republicans are making another attempt to try to repeal and possibly replace the Affordable Care Act. But will they have the votes this time?

(24/07/2017 @ 22:11)

Senate Braces for Health Showdown With McCain on Hand but a Plan Unclear

After months of deliberation, Republicans have reached the moment when they have to vote. But they still don’t know what exactly they’ll be voting on.

(24/07/2017 @ 16:39)

Health Bill, Boy Scouts, Jimmy Choo: Your Tuesday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

(25/07/2017 @ 09:32)

New York Today: New York Today: Swanky Workplace Perks

Tuesday: Fanciful job benefits, high time for ticks, and New York sharks.

(25/07/2017 @ 06:32)

California Today: California Today: Starting Over, With the Help of Tattoo Removal

Tuesday: Former Los Angeles gang members reinvent themselves, Richard Dawkins is uninvited in Berkeley, and a look back at the legend of Joaquin Murrieta.

(25/07/2017 @ 08:23)

Trump Steps Up Attacks on His Own Attorney General

In early morning tweets, President Trump criticized his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, and the acting head of the F.B.I.

(25/07/2017 @ 07:46)

News Analysis: Trump White House Tests a Nation’s Capacity for Outrage

President Trump has crossed so many lines and done so many things that other presidents would not have that he has radically shifted the understanding of what is standard in the White House.

(24/07/2017 @ 21:09)

Trump Gives Scouts an Earful of Politics, Amid Traditional Advice

“Who the hell wants to speak about politics when I’m in front of the Boy Scouts?” the president asked in West Virginia. As it turns out, he did.

(24/07/2017 @ 22:50)

Right and Left React to Kushner, Sessions and More

Read about how the other side thinks: Writers from across the political spectrum react to the news on the Russian meddling investigation and more.

(25/07/2017 @ 03:00)

Economy Needs Workers, but Drug Tests Take a Toll

Employers say they are having trouble filling jobs because too many applicants can’t pass screening, a factor depressing the labor participation rate.

(24/07/2017 @ 20:55)

Economic Trends: Maybe We’ve Been Thinking About the Productivity Slump All Wrong

What if the weak productivity growth of the last several years is not the cause of low growth, but rather the result of it?

(25/07/2017 @ 08:00)

Video Shows U.S. Soldiers Surrendering Before Fatal Shooting in Jordan

Newly released footage of a gunfight that left three Americans dead in November shows a deliberate attack that was initially explained as a mistake.

(24/07/2017 @ 21:00)

Shakespeare, Under the Sky and Around the Globe

Experience Shakespeare in 360 degrees and the way the Bard intended — in the great outdoors.

(25/07/2017 @ 06:55)

Your Daily Mini Crossword

Solve a bite-size crossword in just a few minutes.

(14/03/2017 @ 18:01)

National Monuments: In Gold Butte in Nevada, Ancient Rock Art and Rugged Beauty

The national monument, which the Trump administration is reassessing, is full of life — Joshua trees, prairie falcons — and stunning petroglyphs.

(25/07/2017 @ 05:00)

Michael Kors to Buy Jimmy Choo in $1.2 Billion Deal

The agreement comes as upscale American brands grapple with plummeting sales and tepid profits, particularly in the so-called middle market.

(25/07/2017 @ 08:21)

For China’s Global Ambitions, ‘Iran Is at the Center of Everything’

Iran’s strategic location makes it a focus, and Chinese investments and entrepreneurs are pouring into the country.

(25/07/2017 @ 00:05)

By Land, Sea or Catapult: How Smugglers Get Drugs Across the Border

As the United States increases the number of agents, drones, sensors and cameras on the border, smugglers resort to more inventive modes.

(25/07/2017 @ 05:00)

Drugs vs. Border: How Smugglers Get Creative

About two million pounds of illegal drugs were seized by Customs and Border Protection in 2016. Here are some of the ways they are smuggled into the United States.

(25/07/2017 @ 05:00)

It’s High Time for Ticks, Which Are Spreading Diseases Farther

The disease-carrying blood suckers are spreading more pathogens and putting more Americans at risk for rare illnesses.

(24/07/2017 @ 15:17)

Books of The Times: Portrait of a Nigerian Marriage in a Heartbreaking Debut Novel

Ayobami Adebayo’s “Stay With Me,” like great works by Chinua Achebe and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, explores the pull between tradition and modernity in Nigeria.

(24/07/2017 @ 18:09)

Future Unclear for Veterans Choice Program After House Bill Falters

A Republican plan that diverted funds to the program and did not allocate additional funds for in-house V.A. care galvanized opposition groups.

(25/07/2017 @ 05:00)

Scientists Report a Rare Case of H.I.V. Remission

A girl in South Africa, born infected with the virus, was given early treatment and remained free of the infection eight years later, scientists reported on Monday.

(24/07/2017 @ 20:26)

Why I Visited North Korea

In light of the United States barring Americans from traveling to North Korea, recent visitors shared their stories of visiting the reclusive nation.

(24/07/2017 @ 20:45)

De Blasio Escalates Showdown With Cuomo Over Subway

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration issued its priorities for the subway rescue plan, and officials repeated that they would not pay for the fixes.

(24/07/2017 @ 20:03)

In San Antonio Smuggling Case, a Fatal Journey in a Packed and Sweltering Truck

Descriptions of the immigrants’ journey, which became one of the nation’s deadliest human trafficking episodes, were revealed in a criminal complaint.

(24/07/2017 @ 21:02)

Microchip Implants for Employees? One Company Says Yes

Employees at a Wisconsin technology company are volunteering to have microchips implanted in their hands to make unlocking doors and paying for food easier.

(25/07/2017 @ 07:50)

On Golf: Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy, the Giants of the Modern Game

Both have a strong stage presence, but neither pretends to be anything — starting with invulnerable — that he isn’t.

(24/07/2017 @ 12:49)

DealBook: Scaramucci on Trump: ‘He’s My Client’

The new White House communications director is just as brash as his boss — and, it seems, just as willing to kiss and make up with a former foe.

(24/07/2017 @ 21:10)

Snopes, in Heated Legal Battle, Asks Readers for Money to Survive

The website, known for debunking viral misinformation, claims a vendor is withholding its advertising revenue. The vendor has a different story.

(24/07/2017 @ 17:55)

Tim and Eric Figure Out How to Do the Wrong Thing, Perfectly

These two outsider comedians haven’t exactly gone mainstream, but they’ve had an outsize impact on communications from liquor ads to “Portlandia.”

(23/07/2017 @ 16:56)

Microsoft Paint’s Days May Be Numbered

One of the first applications for Windows will no longer be actively developed, the company said, pushing the program closer to being discontinued.

(24/07/2017 @ 15:57)

Disney Splits With the YouTube Star Jake Paul

The news came at the end of a week in which Mr. Paul, 20, attracted negative attention after a news report on him feuding with his neighbors.

(24/07/2017 @ 15:06)

Critic's Notebook: The Ballerina Who Can Stop Time (and Restart It, Too)

Most of us are ruled by time. Not Tiler Peck, of New York City Ballet. And this spring, she took her mastery to a new level.

(24/07/2017 @ 15:03)

A Good Appetite: Vegan Ice Cream Enters a Golden Age

With a huge variety of plant-based milks now available on the market, nondairy ice creams are getting better than ever.

(21/07/2017 @ 16:04)

Brantley in Britain: Hamlet and the Surveillance State of Denmark

Andrew Scott’s portrayal in a London production of “Hamlet” almost banishes other performances from memory.

(24/07/2017 @ 18:24)

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