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home : national/world : new york times April 29, 2016

Punishing 16, Pentagon Says Mistakes Led to Hospital Attack in Afghanistan
The military found that human error, compounded by equipment failures, led to the attack on a Doctors Without Borders facility in Afghanistan that killed 42 people.... More >>

Your Friday Briefing: Ted Cruz, Aleppo, Laremy Tunsil
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.... More >>

Donald Trump’s Gender-Based Attacks on Hillary Clinton Have Calculated Risk
Mr. Trump, the Republican favorite, has already proved willing to attack Mrs. Clinton in ways that many women find sexist and that her supporters consider out of bounds.... More >>

Protest Turns Rowdy as Donald Trump Appears at California G.O.P. Convention
Chants, signs and a human chain greeted the candidate, who is closing in on his party’s nomination and was set to address conservative activists.... More >>

Ted Cruz, Attacking Donald Trump, Uses Transgender Bathroom Access as Cudgel
Campaigning in Indiana, which is all but a last stand for Mr. Cruz, he has seized on a once-obscure issue with a proven power to inflame conservatives.... More >>

On Washington: Out of Office, Ex-Speaker John Boehner Gleefully Releases Mute Button
As a former House speaker, Mr. Boehner can go public with insults he usually leveled behind closed doors, as he did in talking about Senator Ted Cruz.... More >>

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

Walt Whitman Promoted a Paleo Diet. Who Knew?
Found: a nearly 47,000-word journalistic series called “Manly Health and Training” that had been lost for more than 150 years.... More >>

At Small Colleges, Harsh Lessons About Cash Flow
In the last few years, small liberal arts colleges struggling under financial siege have been forced to re-examine their missions and justify their existence.... More >>

What’s in a Name Change? Politics, Some at George Mason University Fear
The planned renaming of a law school after Justice Antonin Scalia is creating worries among faculty and students that the public university is becoming an ideological outpost.... More >>

Surge in Palestinian Youths in Prison Tests Israel’s Justice System
Dima al-Wawi, a 12-year-old jailed for two months for planning to stab an Israeli soldier, was one of hundreds of Palestinian children jailed since attacks on Israelis surged.... More >>

Notes From Aleppo: Intimate Glimpses of War-Ravaged Syria
Declan Walsh of The Times is on the ground in the most populous Syrian city, observing a civil war’s toll on soldiers and civilians alike.... More >>

Obama Puts His Weight Behind Smart Gun Technology
An initiative to spur development of smart guns is intended to confront firearms violence amid opposition to broader gun control measures.... More >>

Justices Leave Texas Voter ID Law Intact, With a Warning
The Supreme Court said it might intercede if a federal appeals court in New Orleans did not act promptly on a challenge to the law.... More >>

North Korea Sentences American to 10 Years for Spying, Reports Say
Kim Dong-chul is the latest United States citizen to receive a harsh sentence in North Korea, which often uses the fates of held Americans as leverage.... More >>

Your Money: A Private Equity Alum’s Guide to Better Payday Lenders
A new guide on the website NerdWallet is aimed at helping borrowers avoid the trap of payday loans with punishingly high interest rates.... More >>

Review: In ‘Keanu,’ Key & Peele Break Baddish for a Beloved Kitty
The duo star as hapless cousins who feign toughness to recover a pet from gang killers.... More >>

Review: On ‘Views,’ Drake Is Still His Own Genre
On his fourth solo album, Drake is fending off attacks, maintaining his grip on turf he controls and wondering what might be next.... More >>

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