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home : national/world : new york times May 24, 2016

U.S. Strike on Taliban Leader Is Seen as a Message to Pakistan
President Obama described Mullah Akhtar Muhammad Mansour’s death as an “important milestone,” but it also illustrated the tangled relationship between Washington and Islamabad.... More >>

Jimmy Carter, Seeing Resurgence of Racism, Plans Baptist Conference for Unity
Defending President Obama and criticizing Donald J. Trump, Mr. Carter said the presidential race showed how much work needed to be done to heal racial divisions.... More >>

Hillary Clinton Declines Invitation to Debate Bernie Sanders
Mrs. Clinton’s campaign rejected a Fox News offer and said her priority was addressing “the threat a Donald Trump presidency poses.”... More >>

T.S.A. Replaces Security Chief as Tension Grows at Airports and Agency
Peter V. Neffenger, the agency’s administrator, removed Kelly Hoggan as part of an overhaul after facing a backlash over lines at airports and management problems.... More >>

News Analysis: Despite Obama’s Moves, Asian Nations Skeptical of U.S. Commitment
The American political mood has darkened toward longtime alliances and international trade. For Asian allies, this means the U.S. might pivot away.... More >>

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West Bank Journal: A Window Into the West Bank’s ‘Wildest, Most Violent’ Areas
A documentary by the Israeli-American filmmaker Shimon Dotan, “The Settlers,” shown in Israel for the first time on Monday, examines a fringe group known as the “hilltop youth.”... More >>

Police Officer in Freddie Gray Case Is Acquitted of All Charges
Officer Edward M. Nero’s trial in Baltimore renewed questions about when police officers can stop a private citizen and what they are allowed to do.... More >>

‘Ghostbusters’ Steps Right Into the Hostility of Gender Politics
Sony Pictures wants male moviegoers to stay interested in its reboot. Hillary Clinton seeks women supporters. Ellen DeGeneres is mixing things up.... More >>

Deal Professor: The Game of Thrones at Viacom
Viacom’s chief executive, Philippe Dauman, appears to be acting out of self-interest in pitting the company against its majority shareholder.... More >>

Feature: Which Rock Star Will Historians of the Future Remember?
The most important musical form of the 20th century will be nearly forgotten one day. People will probably learn about the genre through one figure — so who might that be?... More >>

Toyota Expands Takata Airbag Recall in U.S.
The announcement came after United States regulators accelerated moves to recall vehicles with a defective airbag inflater made by the Japanese company Takata.... More >>

Greek Authorities Begin Evacuation of Idomeni Refugee Camp
Greek authorities began an operation at dawn Tuesday to gradually evacuate the country's largest informal refugee camp of Idomeni on the Macedonian border, blocking access to the area and sending in more than 400 riot police.... More >>

Facebook Says an Investigation Found No Evidence of Bias in a News App
The social network said it would make changes to Trending Topics, including no longer referring to a list of national news sources.... More >>

Broadway Defies the Odds With Another Record-Breaking Season
The season that ended on Sunday brought in more money and people than ever before because of strong tourism and unusually diverse programming.... More >>

N.F.L. Tried to Influence Concussion Research, Congressional Study Finds
The study concluded that after the N.F.L. agreed in 2012 to donate millions of dollars to concussion research, it tried to steer funding away from one of its critics.... More >>

On Pro Basketball: Draymond Green Won’t Miss Game 4 After Kicking Steven Adams
The N.B.A. fined Green and upgraded the call against him to a flagrant-2 foul but did not suspend him, a potentially critical decision in the Western Conference finals.... More >>

Well: Lawsuits Over Baby Powder Raise Questions About Cancer Risk
Thousands of women claim talcum powder caused their ovarian cancer, but research into a potential link has produced mixed results.... More >>

For Some Flight Attendants, Schtick Comes With the Safety Spiel
Some flight attendants are going out of their way to keep passengers entertained, with songs and comedy routines.... More >>

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