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home : national/world : new york times May 2, 2016

Experts Fear Backlash Over Trump’s China Trade Policies
Donald J. Trump’s proposals to penalize nations like China could deepen economic pains for American workers, economists say. Sweeping tariffs would face international hurdles and would reverse a mainstay of U.S. policy.... More >>

California Prepares for Long-Denied Star Turn in Presidential Race
The nation’s most populous state has almost always been an afterthought in the primaries, but this year’s Republican contest promises to change that.... More >>

For Hillary Clinton and John Kerry, Divergent Paths to Iran Nuclear Talks
The former secretary of state’s role in facilitating last year’s nuclear accord was complicated by Mr. Kerry’s comparative eagerness to engage.... More >>

Ted Cruz’s Support Softens Among the Delegates He Courted
The gravitational pull of Donald J. Trump’s recent primary landslides is drawing more Republicans toward him, threatening Mr. Cruz’s hopes of winning in a floor fight.... More >>

First Draft: Ted Cruz Confronts Donald Trump Supporters in Indiana
Senator Ted Cruz tried to change the minds of Trump supporters who were protesting his appearance outside a campaign event a day before the Indiana primary.... More >>

Stricter Rules for Voter IDs Reshape Races
More than a dozen states will use the laws for the first time in a presidential election this fall, a step researchers say disproportionately affects minority voters.... More >>

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The Science of Fat: After ‘The Biggest Loser,’ Their Bodies Fought to Regain Weight
Contestants lost hundreds of pounds during Season 8, but gained them back. A study of their struggles helps explain why so many people fail to keep off the weight they lose.... More >>

Why It’s Hard to Keep the Pounds Off
Rebecca Wright and her husband, Daniel Wright, have gained back a lot of the weight they lost six years ago on Season 8 of "The Biggest Loser." A study of the contestants helps explain why.... More >>

Putin Took Credit for the Boom. Now There’s a Bust.
The Russian president, having long taken credit for boom times and cultivated an image of prowess, finds himself unable to end the nation’s longest recession since he came to power.... More >>

Itineraries: Catching a Flight? Budget Hours, Not Minutes, for Security
Fewer T.S.A. screeners, tighter budgets, new checkpoint procedures and growing numbers of passengers have led to epic security lines, and there’s no end in sight.... More >>

Days of Chaos in Baghdad: Protest or Meltdown?
Hundreds of people stormed the Iraqi capital’s Green Zone on Saturday, only to disperse on Sunday. Here’s a breakdown of what they were doing, and why.... More >>

Mediator: Letting Stephen Colbert Be Stephen Colbert (Whoever That Is)
CBS says it brought in a new executive producer for “The Late Show” so Mr. Colbert could focus on hosting. Now the network has to give him room to do what he does best.... More >>

Mediator: With Larry Wilmore Before the White House Correspondents’ Dinner
Mr. Wilmore, the featured comedian at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, said his appearance was “one of those accidents of timing.”... More >>

Man Wrongfully Convicted of Murder Awaits His Exoneration, 52 Years Later
The Brooklyn district attorney’s Conviction Review Unit uncovered a tale of legal malfeasance in the 1964 prosecution of Paul Gatling, 81, who now lives in Virginia.... More >>

China Lending Inflates Real Estate, Stocks, Even Egg Futures
Beijing’s infusions of cash to support its economy tend to lead to investment bubbles, often in unexpected places, as the commodities market shows.... More >>

Talks on Syria Seek to Extend Fragile Truce to Aleppo
A sharp rise in violence has left the city in ruins, but Secretary of State John Kerry said negotiations in Geneva were progressing.... More >>

Departing Judge Offers Blunt Defense of Ruling in Stop-and-Frisk Case
Shira A. Scheindlin, who became a federal judge in 1994, said ex-Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and ex-Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly “didn’t seem to get” the effect the policy had.... More >>

On the Runway: What Is the Met Gala, and Who Gets to Go?
Deconstructing the party of the year, including how much it costs, who hosts, and what you have to wear.... More >>

What’s That Sound? Nature? No, It’s This Guy’s Voice
Gennady Tkachenko-Papizh, a journeyman performer, found widespread web renown for his televised displays of imitating sounds from nature.... More >>

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