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home : national/world : new york times February 5, 2016

Your Friday Evening Briefing: Bernie Sanders, Denver Broncos, Syria
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.... More >>

Pentagon Releases Small Portion of Photos From Detainee Abuse Cases
The Pentagon on Friday released 198 photographs from detainee abuse investigations in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars, while blocking the release of 1,800 more.... More >>

Twitter Steps Up Efforts to Thwart Terrorists’ Tweets
The company said it had suspended 125,000 accounts associated with extremism since mid-2015 and was accelerating its review of users suspected of spreading terrorism.... More >>

Taiwan Quake Fells 17-Storey Building, 123 Rescued So Far-Fire Brigade
A Taiwan quake toppled a 17-storey apartment building in southern Tainan city on Saturday, and crews had so far rescued 123 people from the wreckage, a fire brigade official said.... More >>

Wages Rise as U.S. Unemployment Rate Falls Below 5%
Although employers added only 151,000 jobs last month, the wage bump suggested that some of the benefits from the falling unemployment rate were flowing to ordinary workers.... More >>

Donald Trump’s Immigration Message May Resound in New Hampshire
In a 2014 race, Scott Brown struck a chord with New Hampshire voters uneasy with border issues. Mr. Brown lost, but he may have set the tone for Mr. Trump.... More >>

The 2016 Race: The Way Ted Cruz Won in Iowa Suggests Trouble Ahead
He excelled among “very conservative” voters, but that group thins out as primary season rolls on.... More >>

After the Super Bowl, Death Wish Coffee Might Need Its Own Brew to Keep Up
Thanks to its rabid, and presumably well caffeinated, fan base, the small company in upstate New York won a 30-second advertisement spot during the game Sunday.... More >>

Once Ubiquitous, Daily Fantasy Sports Now Seems Vulnerable
The industry has declined to the point that some experts wonder if it can survive in its current form and outlast the lack of regulation that fueled its growth.... More >>

Syrian Forces Press Aleppo, Sending Thousands Fleeing
The government’s gains have sent insurgents scrambling, led civilians to flee toward the border with Turkey and scuttled peace talks in Geneva.... More >>

Hunt for Suspects in Southern Crime Spree Reaches Violent End
A man was fatally shot and a woman was wounded after law enforcement officers seeking two suspects in a string of kidnappings and robberies cornered them in the Florida Panhandle.... More >>

Why the Film Academy’s Diversity Push Is Tougher Than It Thinks
The Motion Picture Academy wants to double its minority membership and achieve gender parity. A close look at its largest group, the actors branch, shows how far it has to go.... More >>

Crane Collapse in Lower Manhattan Kills One Person
Workers were trying to secure the crane amid high winds when it toppled onto Worth Street in TriBeCa shortly before 8:30 a.m. Friday, Mayor Bill de Blasio said.... More >>

Volkswagen, Reeling From Emissions Scandal, to Delay Earnings Report
The company will also postpone its shareholders meeting, as the German carmaker confronts official inquiries and potential lawsuits over the cheating.... More >>

New York Today: New York Today: Monkeying Around
Friday: Gearing up for Lunar New Year, snowy weather, and the mayor’s big speech.... More >>

‘I’d Like to Dream This Isn’t Happening;’ Notes From the Zika Beat
The Times’s Brazil bureau chief, Simon Romero, reports from the front lines of the recent outbreak.... More >>

Your Friday Briefing: Bernie Sanders, Julian Assange, Super Bowl 50
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.... More >>

This Video Game Will Break Your Heart
“That Dragon, Cancer” is a memoir of a 5-year-old dying of cancer. It’s shattering and important.... More >>

Jobs Report: Three Big Questions on the Job Market, and How January’s Numbers Answer Them
A small rise in wages, coupled with lower energy prices, translates into a meaningful gain in buying power for the average worker.... More >>

In Historic Move, Pope to Meet With Leader of Russian Orthodox Church
The meeting, scheduled for Feb. 12 in Cuba, will be the first meeting between a pope and the Russian patriarch.... More >>

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