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en-us Copyright 2018 The New York Times Company Wed, 18 Jul 2018 10:54:27 GMT NYT > Home Page Donald Trump, Barack Obama, European Union: Your Wednesday Briefing Ballet students on their way to class in a favela in Rio de Janeiro. The city hosted the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics, but the government has since shut down scores of programs, including a library where the students practiced. Dado Galdieri for The New York Times Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

Donald Trump, Barack Obama, European Union: Your Wednesday Briefing

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

(18/07/2018 @ 06:03)

New York Today: New York Today: Will Green Roofs Get the Green Light?

Wednesday: A City Council bill addressing climate change, and the M.T.A.’s first accessibility chief.

(18/07/2018 @ 06:00)

(18/07/2018 @ 00:00)

A Besieged Trump Says He Misspoke on Russian Election Meddling

President Trump was widely criticized, including by many in his own party, for what was viewed as unprecedented deference to President Vladimir V. Putin on Monday.

(17/07/2018 @ 23:06)

Trump Says He Misspoke About Russian Election Meddling

A day after President Trump’s remarks alongside President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia led to harsh criticism, Mr. Trump said that he accepts the findings of American intelligence agencies that Russia interfered with the 2016 presidential election.

(17/07/2018 @ 16:03)

Republicans Scramble to Contain Trump’s Damage, but Path Is Unclear

As Democratic leaders in Congress pressed for tangible actions to punish President Trump, Republicans weighed a variety of proposals to respond to his remarks in Helsinki.

(17/07/2018 @ 23:49)

News Analysis: For Republicans, ‘The Dam Has Broken.’ But for How Long?

Never in the modern era has a president engendered such a wave of discussion about whether his real loyalty was to a foreign power over his own country.

(17/07/2018 @ 21:18)

After Putin Meeting, Trump Voters Mostly Dig In. But Cracks Are Showing.

President Trump has said his admirers will stand by him through anything. Now, a stunning news conference with the Russian president has provided a singular test case.

(18/07/2018 @ 00:45)

Maria Butina Loved Guns, Trump and Russia. It Was a Cover, Prosecutors Say.

Ms. Butina presented herself as a backer of President Trump and gun rights. But prosecutors say she was a Russian government agent.

(17/07/2018 @ 20:40)

E.U. Courts New Partners With Japan Trade Deal

Hunting for free-trade deals in Asia and Latin America, the bloc is trying to compensate for lost business with the United States.

(17/07/2018 @ 19:59)

Two Words That Could Shape the Politics of the Trade War: Loss Aversion

The pain of a loss tends to be greater than the enjoyment of a win. That has big implications for trade, and also helps explain the politics of health care and taxes.

(13/07/2018 @ 22:46)

The New New World: Latest Sign of China’s Slowdown: A Technology Cash Crunch

Long awash in money, the country’s start-up scene has seen an unprecedented downturn. That could be a bad sign for the rest of the Chinese economy.

(16/07/2018 @ 23:32)

Martha Roby Wins Alabama House Runoff After Reconciling With Trump

Ms. Roby, a Republican congresswoman, defeated a primary challenger who assailed her for withdrawing her support for President Trump in 2016.

(17/07/2018 @ 22:49)

Martha Roby Won. Here’s How Other Pro- and Anti-Trump Republicans Are Faring.

One question has made and broken Republican campaigns so far this year: To embrace President Trump, or to oppose him?

(18/07/2018 @ 05:00)

Feature: Young Jean Lee’s Unsafe Spaces

The first female Asian-American playwright on Broadway takes aim at identity and watches the audience squirm.

(18/07/2018 @ 05:00)

What Was Maria Butina Doing at the National Prayer Breakfast?

America’s Christian nationalists have been finding common cause with the Russian government for a while now.

(18/07/2018 @ 06:00)

The Trump Administration Caves on Plastic Guns

The government has just made it easier for terrorists and criminals to produce deadly weapons with an inexpensive 3-D printer.

(17/07/2018 @ 20:38)

Trump’s Road to American Martial Law

For Putin, Trump is the gift that keeps on giving. Republicans may grumble over this, but they are Trump’s indecent enablers.

(18/07/2018 @ 05:55)

Trump and Russia: One Mystery, Three Theories

An agnostic's guide to our president’s strange conduct.

(18/07/2018 @ 05:45)

A President With No Shame and a Party With No Spine

It’s become a huge source of power for Trump and trouble for the rest of us.

(17/07/2018 @ 19:58)

Time for Republicans to Grow a Spine

Some Republicans say President Trump embarrassed himself and the country in his meeting with Vladimir Putin. Here’s what they can do about it.

(17/07/2018 @ 20:13)

Let Robert Mueller Do His Job

Faith in the justice system and in our intelligence agencies cannot be collateral damage in a partisan grudge match.

(17/07/2018 @ 19:59)

Death Metal Grandma

A 96-year-old who fled the Holocaust finds a new way to be heard.

(17/07/2018 @ 15:59)

Parents Behaving Badly: A Youth Sports Crisis Caught on Video

Belligerent parents have caused a severe shortage of referees. Now some of them are being publicly shamed.

(18/07/2018 @ 05:00)

Larnaka Dispatch: With Weddings in Cyprus, Israelis and Lebanese Bridge a Divide

Cyprus has developed a cottage industry in weddings for couples from Israel and Lebanon, where only religious leaders are authorized to perform marriages.

(18/07/2018 @ 05:00)

Nonfiction: Chris Hayes Reviews Michiko Kakutani’s Book About Our Post-Truth Era

“The Death of Truth” looks at “the age of Trump” — and shudders.

(18/07/2018 @ 05:00)

Guilty, Again: Dean Skelos, Former Senate Leader, Is Convicted of Corruption in Retrial

The conviction of Mr. Skelos and his son, Adam, in a retrial was the fourth major Albany corruption case won by federal prosecutors in the last five months.

(17/07/2018 @ 20:32)

Remains of Blacks Forced Into Labor After Slavery Are Discovered in Texas

A cemetery found on a construction site is believed to contain remains of African-Americans forced to work on plantations through the so-called convict lease system.

(18/07/2018 @ 05:00)

In West Bank, 99.7% of Public Land Grants by Israel Go to Settlers

Official data from a freedom of information request shows under 1 percent of Israel’s allocations of state land in the territory are for Palestinian use.

(17/07/2018 @ 21:00)

Hong Kong May Ban Political Party That Seeks Independence From China

The ban, which would be the first of a political party since the territory returned to Chinese control in 1997, has raised fears of eroding rights.

(17/07/2018 @ 23:25)

Iran Sues U.S. Over Broken Nuclear Deal and Reimposed Sanctions

The action asked the International Court of Justice to declare that the sanctions reimposed on May 8 should be terminated “without delay.”

(17/07/2018 @ 19:49)

Closed for Business: Trump Administration Moves to Shrink Grounds for Asylum

The government has taken steps to restrict access to asylum, sending a message that America is no longer a safe haven for many hopeful refugees.

(18/07/2018 @ 05:00)

The Biggest Spender of Political Ads on Facebook? President Trump

A new study based on Facebook data provides a picture of who is placing political ads on the social network ahead of the midterm elections. President Trump tops the list.

(17/07/2018 @ 23:15)

MGM Resorts Sues 1,000 Victims of Las Vegas Shooting, Seeking to Avoid Liability

The owner of the Mandalay Bay is arguing that a post-Sept. 11 law should protect it from lawsuits because the shooting qualifies as an “act of terrorism.”

(17/07/2018 @ 20:30)

Who Needs Small Donors When You Have Friends? Ask Gov. Cuomo.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s crop of new donors has a familiar ring: aides, relatives, roommates, allies, appointees and lobbyists.

(17/07/2018 @ 22:45)

How to Get Your Intuition Back (When It’s Hijacked by Life)

Suddenly at midlife, the gut instinct I had long relied on to make important life decisions left me. Here’s how I learned to get it back.

(17/07/2018 @ 07:11)

How to Prepare for a Stock Market Surprise

The markets have been fairly calm lately. But when financial stress returns, will you be prepared? We offer a classic solution, as well as market insight and analysis, in our quarterly report on investing.

(17/07/2018 @ 10:42)

How to Leave a Legacy When You Don’t Have Children

The question of what you leave behind can be especially fraught for people who do not have heirs.

(17/07/2018 @ 05:00)

Travel Tips: 4 Simple Tips to Stay Healthy on Your Next Trip

Sticking to a healthy lifestyle on your next trip is the best way to stay healthy no matter where you go, but these four tips can also help.

(07/06/2018 @ 05:00)

Glugs of Olive Oil, Flurries of Cheese and Two New Menus Every Day

King, a quietly ambitious restaurant in SoHo, has drawn loud acclaim for simple cooking that exalts flavor over looks.

(17/07/2018 @ 13:15)

‘Simpsons’ Creator Matt Groening Says Debate Around Apu Is ‘Tainted’

Amid discussion about whether Apu is an Indian stereotype, Mr. Groening shares his feelings about the character and explains why the criticism caught him off guard.

(18/07/2018 @ 04:00)

A Show About Indigenous Canadians Has a Glaring Omission: Indigenous Canadian Actors

The theater director Robert Lepage is ensnared in another controversy over cultural appropriation, this time with “Kanata,” a new production.

(17/07/2018 @ 09:04)

Best of Late Night: Kimmel Calls Trump ‘a Liar’ for Changing His Story on Putin Comments

Jimmy Kimmel refused to accept President Trump’s explanation of his comments on Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

(18/07/2018 @ 05:14)

Review: A Yiddish ‘Fiddler on the Roof’? Sounds Crazy, Nu?

A powerful new revival of the 1964 musical offers a kind of authenticity no other American “Fiddler” ever has: It’s in Yiddish.

(17/07/2018 @ 16:42)

On Medicine: What Can Odd, Interesting Medical Case Studies Teach Us?

Doctors can get so focused on explanation that they lose sight of the importance of description.

(17/07/2018 @ 05:00)

When Wives Earn More Than Husbands, Neither Partner Likes to Admit It

Deceiving the census: New research suggests that social attitudes are lagging behind both workplace progress and how people actually live their lives.

(17/07/2018 @ 13:03)

Trilobites: 3-D Color X-Rays Could Help Spot Deadly Disease Without Surgery

A new medical scanner, derived from technology used by particle physics researchers at CERN, “is like the upgrade from black-and-white film to color,” one of its developers said.

(17/07/2018 @ 23:49)

The Checkup: Writing Prescriptions to Play Outdoors

Advantages for children include being physically active, spending time in nature and getting away from screens. And fun.

(16/07/2018 @ 05:00)

Dernière mise à jour : 18/07/2018 @ 05:27


Spécial : réforme du collège

- BO spécial n°11 du 26 novembre 2015: Programmes d'enseignement du cycle des apprentissages fondamentaux (cycle 2), du cycle de consolidation (cycle 3) et du cycle des approfondissements (cycle 4) à compter de la rentrée 2016

Annexe 1: Programme cycle 2
Annexe 2: Programme cycle 3
Annexe 3: Programme cycle 4

- Eduscol: Ressources d'accompagnement pour les langues vivantes aux cycles 2,3 et 4

- Questions / réponses sur la nouvelle organisation du collège sur éduscol

- DNB: Modalités d'attribution à compter de 2017. BO n° 3 du 21 janvier 2016 et BO n°14 du 8 avril 2016

- BO n° 17 du 23 avril 2015 (encart) Socle commun de connaissances, de compétence et de culture à compter de la rentrée 2016

-  Présentation sur le portail éduscol du nouveau socle commun pour 2016.

- Sur Eduscol: Ressources pour l'évaluation du socle commun en langues vivantes étrangères (avril 2017)

- Dossier "Stratégie Langues vivantes"' (janvier 2016)

- Dossier  "L'évaluation du socle commun en langues vivantes étrangères cycle 2, 3 et 4 (Juin 2018)

- Banques de ressources numériques pour l'école BRNE Anglais Cycle 3 et 4

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