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en-us Copyright 2018 The New York Times Company Wed, 24 Jan 2018 00:00:11 GMT NYT > Home Page Sessions, Pence, Oscars: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing Tom Brenner/The New York Times Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

Sessions, Pence, Oscars: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

(23/01/2018 @ 19:14)

Asia and Australia Edition: Earthquakes, Oscars, Narendra Modi: Your Wednesday Briefing

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

(23/01/2018 @ 17:24)

Comey and Sessions Are Questioned for Hours in Russia Inquiry

The attorney general and the former F.B.I. director were questioned for hours in the inquiry into Russia’s election interference and whether President Trump obstructed justice.

(23/01/2018 @ 16:36)

News Analysis: Democrats Blink in Shutdown Impasse, Hoping for a Bargain

Senate Democrats believe they are limiting damage from a political miscalculation by surrendering, but doing so has drawn a fierce backlash from the left.

(23/01/2018 @ 02:48)

A Billionaire Keeps Pushing to Impeach Trump. Democrats Are Rattled.

Tom Steyer, a major Democratic donor, has become one of President Trump’s most visible antagonists, firing up angry Democrats and unnerving his own party with the ferocity of his efforts.

(23/01/2018 @ 14:34)

Academy Awards Briefing: 2018 Oscar Nominations: ‘The Shape of Water’ Leads the Race

Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy led the nominations, including one for best picture. “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” and “Dunkirk” also emerged as strong contenders.

(23/01/2018 @ 18:41)

The Snubs and Surprises of the 2018 Oscar Nominations

No James Franco or “Wonder Woman,” but in a first, a woman gets a nod for cinematography.

(23/01/2018 @ 18:44)

Victims in Larry Nassar Abuse Case Find a Fierce Advocate: The Judge

For more than a week, Judge Rosemarie Aquilina has cleared her docket to let more than 100 young athletes make statements about Dr. Nassar, accused of sexually abusing them.

(23/01/2018 @ 19:33)

Women Confront Larry Nassar in Court: ‘I Was So Brainwashed Then’

For the fifth day, gymnasts and other athletes spoke about Dr. Nassar’s abuse.

(23/01/2018 @ 03:20)

2 Dead and 17 Injured in Kentucky High School Shooting

The suspect, a 15-year-old student at the school, was taken into custody Tuesday morning and the scene was secured, the authorities said.

(23/01/2018 @ 17:39)

Bonuses Aside, Tax Law’s Trickle-Down Impact Not Yet Clear

Companies are announcing bonuses as a result of the tax cuts but it remains to be seen how much of that money will filter through to workers in the years to come.

(23/01/2018 @ 13:26)

Trump Slaps Steep Tariffs on Foreign Washing Machines and Solar Products

The Trump administration said it would impose steep tariffs on imports, the first major step by the administration to erect the kind of barriers the president frequently threatened.

(23/01/2018 @ 07:03)

U.S. Tariffs, Aimed at China and South Korea, to Hit Targets Worldwide

Broad levies taking direct aim at the two countries would most likely affect other trading partners of the United States, illustrating the complexity of global commerce.

(23/01/2018 @ 18:28)

SpaceX’s Big Rocket, the Falcon Heavy, Finally Reaches the Launchpad

After years of delay, the Falcon Heavy — a beefed-up version of SpaceX’s workhorse Falcon 9 — could launch in the weeks ahead.

(23/01/2018 @ 12:25)

DealBook: Tesla’s Elon Musk May Have Boldest Pay Plan in Corporate History

Mr. Musk agreed to stay as chief executive for 10 years, with compensation tied to $50 billion leaps in Tesla’s valuation. Otherwise, he makes zero.

(23/01/2018 @ 11:10)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: You Should Not Need a Job to Get Help

New Medicaid rules demonstrate our obsession with work ethic. And now Republicans have their sights on food stamps and housing aid.

(23/01/2018 @ 13:36)

Op-Ed Contributors: Why the I.R.S. Fears Bitcoin

Cryptocurrencies could lead to significant losses in tax revenue.

(22/01/2018 @ 19:57)

On Campus: A Conservative Case for Identity Politics

The best way to subvert dogmatic thinking is to engage with it.

(23/01/2018 @ 06:45)

Has the U.S. Become a ‘Trumpocracy’?

Is the president a would-be despot or a force of chaos? Ross Douthat and David Frum debate the question.

(23/01/2018 @ 06:45)

The Conversation: The Government Is Dead. Long Live the Government!

Shutdowns and stopgaps are no way to deal with the Dreamers or any other aspect of our immigration policy.

(22/01/2018 @ 16:33)

Editorial: The Jell-O President and the Shutdown

Now Donald Trump and the Republicans must do right by the Dreamers.

(22/01/2018 @ 21:39)

Op-Ed Contributor: Yes, Trump Is Weak. So Is Congress.

The legislative branch needs to assert itself in the face of presidential chaos.

(22/01/2018 @ 18:15)

Op-Ed Contributor: Britain Isn’t Working

The collapse of Carillion, a company with hundreds of government contracts, may be the canary in the privatization gold mine.

(23/01/2018 @ 03:20)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Imagining a Post-Merkel Germany

Voters are getting tired of the chancellor’s opaque, uninspiring political style.

(23/01/2018 @ 01:52)

Vaping Can Be Addictive and May Lure Teenagers to Smoking, Science Panel Concludes

A report from the National Academy of Sciences said that e-cigarettes are safer than smoking, but not quite safe, and may cause teens to take up tobacco.

(23/01/2018 @ 19:19)

Wyatt Tee Walker, Dr. King’s Strategist and a Harlem Leader, Dies at 88

Dr. Walker played a key role in civil rights protests that turned the tide against racial injustice in the Deep South.

(23/01/2018 @ 16:49)

U.S. Accuses Syria of New Chemical Weapons Use

The United States said that Syria’s government had used chlorine bombs on civilians and that Russia was complicit. At least 13 people were injured.

(23/01/2018 @ 19:48)

Manchin Will Seek Re-election but Sends Democrats a Stern Warning

Senator Joe Manchin III, after flirting with retirement, told colleagues on Tuesday that he will seek re-election, but he warned them against left-wing intolerance.

(23/01/2018 @ 18:55)

Egypt’s Military Detains an Ex-General Seeking to Run for President

The retired general, Sami Anan, was a rare high-profile challenger after several others dropped out, some citing intimidation by the authorities.

(23/01/2018 @ 19:41)

Feature: How Arafat Eluded Israel’s Assassination Machine

The nation’s security forces tried for decades to kill the P.L.O. leader. Now, former officials tell the story of how they failed — and how far they almost went to succeed.

(23/01/2018 @ 06:00)

Ursula K. Le Guin, Acclaimed for Her Fantasy Fiction, Is Dead at 88

Ms. Le Guin brought literary elegance and a feminist sensibility to science fiction and fantasy tales, drawing millions of readers around the world.

(23/01/2018 @ 18:28)

The New Health Care: Kentucky’s New Idea for Medicaid Access: Pass Health Literacy Course

A lot of people could do with a little more health and financial literacy, not just Medicaid recipients. But linking it to retaining medical eligibility may not make sense.

(22/01/2018 @ 12:56)

New Homeless Shelters Slow to Open, Despite de Blasio Promise

With tens of thousands of New Yorkers homeless, Mayor Bill de Blasio laid out a “vision” of 90 new shelters, including 20 in 2017. Only 10 have opened.

(23/01/2018 @ 17:33)

feature: Selling Airborne Opulence to the Upper Upper Upper Class

For a private-jet broker, success is all about knowing who’s who in the world’s 0.0001 percent.

(23/01/2018 @ 06:00)

The Enduring Power of Otis Redding’s ‘Dock of the Bay’

After a breakthrough at Monterey Pop, Redding returned to California, looked out at the water and wrote the song that would define his legacy. Fifty years later, the track will be celebrated at the Apollo Theater.

(23/01/2018 @ 15:12)

Restaurant Review: Can Fancy Chefs Excel at Fast, Cheap Food? Two Case Studies

Mark Ladner’s Pasta Flyer and Nick Anderer’s Martina aim for everyday Italian cuisine that’s actually about the food.

(23/01/2018 @ 16:05)

How to Cope With Seasonal Affective Disorder

Here are a few ways for patients and their doctors to address the disorder, ranging from most to least widely used.

(23/01/2018 @ 15:24)

How to Take Care of a Cast-Iron Pan

Seasoning with oil gives the skillet a smooth, nonstick surface.

(17/10/2016 @ 15:38)

Your Money: With a Tax Deduction Gone, Is Home Equity a Smart Way to Pay for College?

The new tax law removes the ability to deduct interest paid on home equity loans. Will schools ask less of families, and should parents even use the loans to pay for school?

(12/01/2018 @ 18:53)

Micro-Progress and the Magic of Just Getting Started

The best trick to increase productivity is both the simplest one and one of the most difficult to master: just getting started.

(22/01/2018 @ 11:50)

Travel Tips: Is Your ID Approved for Travel? These Are the Latest Rules

The Real ID Act requires that driver’s licenses meet standards set by the Department of Homeland Security by October 2020. Many states are already compliant and others have been given extensions.

(18/01/2018 @ 14:00)

The Tortured History Behind Prokofiev’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’

The beloved ballet, selections from which will be performed by the New York Philharmonic this week, left the composer broken.

(23/01/2018 @ 15:13)

Review: A Bumpy Return to Nigeria for ‘The Homecoming Queen’

Ngozi Anyanwu’s comedy wrings all the pleasure possible out of its familiar tropes even as it revamps their meaning entirely.

(22/01/2018 @ 22:45)

Beyond Murals: New York Picks 4 Artists in Residence to Tackle Social Issues

The artists, including Tatyana Fazlalizadeh and Onyedika Chuke, will use public art projects to address the social issues of the city.

(23/01/2018 @ 10:00)

A Choreographer Who Connects With Stones and Trees

Showing work in New York after a 17-year absence, the Japanese choreographer Kei Takei talks about Juilliard, technique and finding dance in nature.

(23/01/2018 @ 13:02)

Global Health: Killing of Mother-Daughter Team Shakes Polio Fighters in Pakistan

The country had just eight polio cases last year. The murder of a 38-year-old woman and her 16-year-old daughter won’t derail vaccinations, a leader says.

(23/01/2018 @ 00:15)

Personal Health: When a Partner Cheats

Couples that figure out how to rebuild after infidelity, rather than divorcing, often end up with stronger relationships, experts say.

(22/01/2018 @ 07:00)

Breast-Feeding Tied to Reduced Risk of Diabetes

Mothers who breast-feed may be at reduced risk of diabetes, a new study reports.

(17/01/2018 @ 11:40)

Feature: Beyond the Bitcoin Bubble

Yes, it’s driven by greed — but the mania for cryptocurrency could wind up building something much more important than wealth.

(16/01/2018 @ 06:00)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Aziz, We Tried to Warn You

It may seem like rules around sex have changed overnight, but feminists have been talking about this for a long time.

(17/01/2018 @ 18:27)

The Parasite on the Playground

Roundworm eggs, shed by stray dogs, can be ingested by children playing outside. The worm’s larvae have been found in the brain, experts say, perhaps impairing development.

(17/01/2018 @ 11:27)

The New Health Care: Still Not Convinced You Need a Flu Shot? First, It’s Not All About You

Adults also need to get vaccinated to provide herd immunity for others, especially babies and older people.

(15/01/2018 @ 14:50)

Dernière mise à jour : 22/01/2018 @ 20:28


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