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en-us Copyright 2017 The New York Times Company Wed, 29 Mar 2017 18:52:58 GMT NYT > Home Page Policy Shift Helps Coal, but Other Forces May Limit Effect A 2014 photo showing rail cars filled with coal in Wyoming and sprayed with a topper agent to suppress dust. Ryan Dorgan/Casper Star-Tribune, via Associated Press Reversing clean power rules may lead to more drilling and pipelines, but economics and state initiatives still favor natural gas and renewable energy.

Policy Shift Helps Coal, but Other Forces May Limit Effect

Reversing clean power rules may lead to more drilling and pipelines, but economics and state initiatives still favor natural gas and renewable energy.

(28/03/2017 @ 20:09)

Coal Miners Hope Trump’s Order Will Help. But Few Are Counting on It.

President Trump’s move aiming to roll back environmental regulations elated many in coal country who felt bullied by his predecessor. But expectations for a comeback remain muted.

(28/03/2017 @ 19:39)

China Poised to Take Lead on Climate After Trump’s Move to Undo Policies

For years, the United States pushed China to commit to limiting its use of fossil fuels. The countries now look likely to switch roles.

(29/03/2017 @ 04:52)

U.K. Initiates ‘Brexit’ and Wades Into a Thorny Thicket

Prime Minister Theresa May gave notice of Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, kicking off a two-year negotiation steeped in peril for both sides.

(29/03/2017 @ 07:30)

The Road to a Post-'Brexit' Deal

The British government invoked Article 50, the provision that starts negotiations on the country’s exit from the European Union.

(14/03/2017 @ 09:34)

News Analysis: Pillars of the West Shaken by ‘Brexit,’ but They’re Not Crumbling Yet

Britain’s withdrawal from the E.U. and Donald J. Trump’s election are blows to multilateralism, but many European nations seem to be shying away from going it alone.

(29/03/2017 @ 07:37)

Scotland Votes to Demand a Post-‘Brexit’ Independence Referendum

As Britain prepares to officially tell the European Union it wants to leave, a vote by the Scottish Parliament sets the stage for a tussle.

(28/03/2017 @ 19:25)

Asia and Australia Edition: Brexit, Donald Trump, Jordan: Your Morning Briefing

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

(29/03/2017 @ 14:46)

California Today: California Today: Muslim Candidate Says He’s ‘Triple Threat to Donald Trump’

Wednesday: A trailblazing candidate for lieutenant governor, a congressman standing firm under fire, and the faith of Raider Nation.

(29/03/2017 @ 10:22)

Devin Nunes Says He Will Continue to Lead Russia Inquiry

The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said Democrats’ concerns about his impartiality were “their problem.”

(28/03/2017 @ 22:39)

Amid White House Tumult, Pence Offers Trump a Steady Hand

As other advisers floundered in recent weeks, the vice president has emerged as an effective wingman for a president short on competent help.

(28/03/2017 @ 21:05)

In Lawsuit After Lawsuit, It’s Everyday People v. Trump

Plaintiffs suing President Trump to block his travel ban have included professors and grocery clerks, Americans and people trying to become one.

(29/03/2017 @ 06:00)

No Deal Between Kushners and Chinese Company Over Fifth Avenue Skyscraper

A $4-billion deal to invest in a Manhattan building owned by the family of Trump’s son-in-law has fallen apart.

(29/03/2017 @ 11:49)

F.D.A. Nominee Details Drug Industry Ties

Dr. Scott Gottlieb earned millions of dollars doing work recently in the private sector, including firms with ties to drug and health care companies.

(29/03/2017 @ 12:07)

Right and Left: Partisan Writing You Shouldn’t Miss

Read about how the other side thinks. We have collected political writing from around the web and across ideologies.

(28/03/2017 @ 16:28)

In School Nurse’s Room: Tylenol, Bandages and an Antidote to Heroin

As communities face a rise in deaths from heroin and pills, many educators are deciding that they should have naloxone, a drug to treat overdoses, on hand.

(29/03/2017 @ 05:00)

Samsung, After Combustible Galaxy Note 7, Unveils New Smartphone

Hoping to overcome a troubled year, the company revealed the Galaxy S8 smartphone with a large 5.8-inch screen and a virtual assistant, Bixby.

(29/03/2017 @ 12:26)

E.U. Blocks Merger of London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse

The decision came after the London exchange said it was unwilling to sell a bond trading platform to appease regulators.

(29/03/2017 @ 05:25)

Westinghouse Files for Bankruptcy, in Blow to Nuclear Power

The company, whose corporate parent is Toshiba of Japan, led projects once seen as heralding a nuclear renaissance, but its filing casts a pall over the troubled industry.

(29/03/2017 @ 03:30)

2 Black Women Sue Fox News, Claiming Racial Discrimination

The suit says that Judith Slater, then the company’s comptroller, made racially charged comments, including suggestions that black men were “women beaters.”

(28/03/2017 @ 22:00)

Your Daily Mini Crossword

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

(14/03/2017 @ 18:01)

How to Get Cheap Theater Tickets (Including ‘Hamilton’)

From lotteries to apps, there are several easy ways to score inexpensive tickets to a show. Even one about a certain former Treasury secretary.

(29/03/2017 @ 14:41)

Tech We're Using: He Turned His Home Into a Reality Television Show

The Times’s tech columnist, Farhad Manjoo, grapples with technology’s shortcomings yet embraces it to an extreme degree at home.

(29/03/2017 @ 05:00)

Disability: New York Has a Great Subway, if You’re Not in a Wheelchair

After my accident, I learned firsthand how civic dysfunction can disenfranchise the vulnerable.

(29/03/2017 @ 03:20)

Few Entrances, and Sometimes, No Exit

Ride along as a New Yorker in a wheelchair explains why more people with disabilities don’t take the train.

(29/03/2017 @ 03:20)

2 Christie Allies Are Sentenced in George Washington Bridge Scandal

Bill Baroni and Bridget Anne Kelly were sentenced for shutting down lanes in Fort Lee, N.J., to punish the mayor and causing massive traffic jams in 2013.

(29/03/2017 @ 12:58)

Shots Fired at Capitol as Driver Tries to Run Down Officers

A United States Capitol Police spokeswoman said a woman had been taken into custody and no one was hurt.

(29/03/2017 @ 11:09)

A Ladder, Sharp Scissors and a Basketball Net. What Could Go Wrong?

College basketball’s rite of spring — cutting down the net after a big victory — comes with a snip of danger.

(29/03/2017 @ 05:00)

F.D.A. Approves First Drug to Treat Severe Multiple Sclerosis

The drug, Ocrevus by Genentech, can also be used to treat patients with the more common form of the disease.

(28/03/2017 @ 22:24)

Severe Eczema Drug Is Approved by F.D.A.; Price Tag Is $37,000 a Year

The drug makers Regeneron Pharmaceuticals and Sanofi made a rare move, negotiating with insurers in advance over the price for Dupixent.

(28/03/2017 @ 13:04)

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(03/02/2017 @ 17:38)

Sean Hannity Is Still Upset Ted Koppel Said He Was ‘Bad for America’

Mr. Hannity, the Fox News personality, is lashing out over an interview aired on “CBS Sunday Morning.”

(29/03/2017 @ 10:19)

Bob Dylan Will Receive His Nobel Prize While on Tour in Sweden

The singer and songwriter, who did not attend the Nobel ceremony in December, is to meet with Academy members with no media present this weekend.

(29/03/2017 @ 09:53)

‘Here Lies’: A Clue in Hebrew Points to Rome’s Medieval Jewish Cemetery

Archaeologists say that 38 skeletons unearthed in Rome’s Trastevere neighborhood were likely buried in the long-vanished Campus Iudeorum, or Field of the Jews.

(28/03/2017 @ 13:30)

NBC to Broadcast 2018 Olympics Live in All Time Zones

The move addresses the ever-increasing number of people who have instant access to results through social media and internet streams, including NBC’s own live coverage online.

(29/03/2017 @ 00:48)

Auschwitz Demonstrators Who Killed Sheep Weren’t Neo-Nazis, Officials Say

The 11 people arrested, who told prosecutors they were trying to send an antiwar message, face criminal charges for their stunt near the gate of the former Nazi death camp.

(28/03/2017 @ 11:10)

Frugal Traveler: In Kansas City, Barbecue, Beer and Bargains

Seeing different sides of a great city in America’s heartland that truly seems to be coming into its own.

(29/03/2017 @ 05:00)

A Trove on the Women’s Suffrage Struggle, Found in an Old Box

Nearly 100 letters from Susan B. Anthony and others have come to light, in a collection that shows the complex networks that drove the movement.

(29/03/2017 @ 11:22)

Feature: Can a Former Islamist Make It Cool to Be Moderate?

Maajid Nawaz has started a foundation to combat Muslim extremism — and has made a lot of enemies in the process.

(28/03/2017 @ 05:00)

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