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home : national/world : new york times May 26, 2016

A Split Over Israel Threatens the Democrats’ Hopes for Unity
Two people appointed by Senator Bernie Sanders to help draft the Democratic platform vowed to upend what they see as the party’s lopsided support of Israel.... More >>

California Up for Grabs, Poll Finds, as Clinton and Sanders Battle
The poll by the Public Policy Institute of California showed Hillary Clinton leading Bernie Sanders among likely voters, 46 percent to 44 percent.... More >>

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Contemplate a Debate
An interparty Trump-Sanders debate, ahead of the June 7 California primary, would create an unusual spectacle and could leave Hillary Clinton out of the spotlight.... More >>

Donald Trump to Speak on Energy After Contradictions and Stumbles
Mr. Trump will discuss his energy and environmental policies, and possibly climate change, at an oil industry conference in North Dakota on Thursday.... More >>

New York Today: New York Today: Memorial Day Traffic Tips
Thursday: Outsmarting the cars, more warm weather and understanding the holiday.... More >>

News Analysis: Emails Add to Hillary Clinton’s Central Problem: Voters Just Don’t Trust Her
The Clinton campaign had hoped in the coming weeks to convince voters that she can be trusted. Instead, they must contend with a damaging new report by the inspector general.... More >>

Hillary Clinton Is Criticized for Private Emails in State Dept. Review
Mrs. Clinton and her aides have played down the inquiries, saying that she would cooperate with investigators to put the email issue behind her.... More >>

Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Rebuffs Report’s Criticism of Email Use
The candidate’s statement can now be compared directly with the inspector general’s findings about Mrs. Clinton’s use of a private email server.... More >>

Taliban Name Lesser-Known Cleric as Their New Leader
The insurgency confirmed its former leader’s death in a drone strike, and it said the new one, Mawlawi Haibatullah Akhundzada, would continue the war.... More >>

Peter Thiel, Tech Billionaire, Reveals Secret War With Gawker
The PayPal co-founder, outed as gay in a 2007 Gawker Media blog, says his financing of a suit against the company was not motivated only by revenge.... More >>

In Silicon Valley, Gossip, Anger and Revenge
Valleywag’s posts about Peter Thiel raised his ire, and he financed a lawsuit against its parent, Gawker Media.... More >>

Your Daily Mini Crossword
Solve a bite-size crossword in just a few minutes.... More >>

How Diane Arbus Became ‚ÄėArbus‚Äô
In the late 1950s the influential photographer was depressed, her marriage over. Amid the wreckage, she found the freedom to shoot what she wanted.... More >>

Body Count Points to a Mexican Military Out of Control
The statistics on deaths, which the government has stopped reporting, offer a rare glimpse into the Mexican military’s role in the war on organized crime.... More >>

Why Subways in the Northeast Are So Troubled
The subways in Boston, New York and Washington need billions of dollars to replace old infrastructure and to meet rising demand. In the meantime, riders are bracing for the worst.... More >>

Obamas’ Next Home: 9 Bedrooms in a Wealthy Washington Neighborhood
The president and his family plan to relocate to the upscale Kalorama neighborhood, two miles from the White House, people familiar with his plans said.... More >>

Could Alzheimer’s Stem From Infections? It Makes Sense, Experts Say
Provocative new research leads to the hypothesis that infections may produce a fierce reaction that leaves debris in the brain, causing Alzheimer’s.... More >>

U.S. Says Its Strikes Are Hitting More Significant ISIS Targets
Military officials say they have improved intelligence and a disjointed process for identifying targets, and are now hitting oil facilities and secret cash coffers.... More >>

In Obama’s Visit to Hiroshima, a Complex Calculus of Asian Politics
The president’s visit to Vietnam and particularly Japan highlights old grievances as well as the current power struggles among nations big and small in Asia.... More >>

States Sue Obama Administration Over Transgender Bathroom Policy
Officials in 11 states, led by Texas, accused the federal government of trying to make schools and offices ‚Äúlaboratories for a massive social experiment.‚ÄĚ... More >>

Shooting at T.I. Concert in New York Kills One
A 33-year-old man died, and three other people were wounded at Irving Plaza as panicked concertgoers streamed for the exits.... More >>

Tech Fix: A Traveler’s Guide to Taking a Smartphone Abroad
There are two ways to take your phone overseas and get data ‚ÄĒ the frugal way, which requires a bit of tinkering, and the pay-full-price way.... More >>

Summer in the Hamptons
Where to eat, party, work out and shop on the East End this summer.... More >>

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