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home : national/world : new york times April 15, 2014

More Talks Expected in ‘Central Park Five’ Lawsuit
Lawyers for New York City said in a court filing on Tuesday that they expected to resume settlement talks in the lawsuit by five men convicted in the 1989 rape of a jogger in Central Park.... More >>

Tribute and Mourning Year After Boston Bombings
Boston began a week of events to remember those killed and hurt in the bombings at the marathon, culminating next Monday with this year’s run.... More >>

G.M. Chief Cites New Safety Moves and Says Repairs Are Now Underway
In her first public appearance since receiving withering criticism from Congress, Mary T. Barra vowed that General Motors was making changes to ensure addressing safety defects would never again be so delayed.... More >>

City Explores Ways to Curb Taxi Speeds
The Taxi and Limousine Commission has issued a request for information concerning “anti-speeding vehicle technologies,” including anti-speeding devices for cars.... More >>

Fresh Off Pulitzer Win, The Globe Tentatively Toasts Its Future
A main reason for the cautious optimism is the newspaper’s new owner, John W. Henry, who took ownership of The Boston Globe in October.... More >>

A Tough Transition for Women’s Triathlon
The N.C.A.A. in January adopted women’s triathlon as an “emerging sport,” giving it a decade to attract at least 40 varsity teams, but so far, universities’ commitment has been lacking.... More >>

Yahoo Profit Is a Footnote to Alibaba’s Huge Gains
Yahoo’s shareholders are far more excited about what the company owns — namely, 24 percent of Alibaba — than anything the company runs.... More >>

Talk About Income Inequality: De Blasio Is No Bloomberg, Tax Returns Confirm
Newly released documents revealed the stark contrast between Mayor Bill de Blasio and his billionaire predecessor, Michael R. Bloomberg, as well as Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.... More >>

Pension Deal Edges Detroit a Step Closer to Recovery
In its rush to exit bankruptcy, the city reached an agreement that would prevent cuts to pensions of retired police officers and firefighters.... More >>

Ukraine Sends Force to Stem Unrest in East
Ukrainian forces stormed an airport outside of Slovyansk that had been held by separatists since Sunday.... More >>

In Yonkers, a Shuttered Jail Becomes Part of a Budding Art Scene
The renovation of the Yonkers City Jail into an art space is part of a push by Mayor Mike Spano to develop the waterfront and make it a place where young people want to live.... More >>

Early Data in E-Cigarette Study May Raise Safety Concerns
The study, still in a preliminary stage, found that lung cells exposed to e-cigarette vapor showed cancerous reactions similar to cells exposed to tobacco smoke.... More >>

Capital Murder Among Charges for Suspect in Kansas Shooting
The charges against Frazier Glenn Miller, appearing by video for his initial court hearing, included one count that could result in the death penalty.... More >>

PET Scans Offer Clues on Vegetative States
A study found that a significant number of people labeled vegetative had received an incorrect diagnosis and actually had some degree of consciousness and the potential to improve.... More >>

Architects Mourn Former Folk Art Museum Building
Tod Williams, one of the architects of the former Folk Art Museum, spoke Tuesday about the Museum of Modern Art’s decision to tear it down.... More >>

Oliver North, Now in the Service of TV’s K.G.B.
Mr. North provided the producers of “The Americans” with so much detail and color for an upcoming episode that he earned a story credit.... More >>

A Fresh Take on Easter
Instead of the usual cured ham, a succulent version that elegantly evokes spring.... More >>

Bits Blog: Facebook Forces Users to Install Separate Messaging App
The company is removing messaging from its smartphone app, requiring users to install a separate app — a move Facebook says will improve user experience.... More >>

New York Drops Unit That Spied on Muslims
A surveillance program begun in 2003 that recorded where people ate and prayed and that was criticized for sowing distrust of law enforcement is no longer functioning, the New York Police Department said.... More >>

14-Year-Old Arrested for Sending Prank Tweet
A teenage Dutch girl impersonated a terrorist in a Twitter post to American Airlines. She was apprehended, and her folly quickly spread online.... More >>

Iran Meeting With U.N. Officials Over Envoy Dispute
Iran is infuriated by the United States government’s denial of a visa to the new ambassador, Hamid Aboutalebi, calling it an unprecedented violation of international law.... More >>

Critic on the Road: Where Peter Chang Cooks, They Will Follow
Fans follow Mr. Chang around his five outposts in Virginia, where his dishes exhibit the imaginative leaps of a major Chinese chef.... More >>

Valentine’s Message to Pistorius Paints Loving Picture Amid Grisly Testimony
Oscar Pistorius’s defense lawyer began to rebuild his case after days of grueling interrogation by the prosecutor, who has accused the athlete of lying and changing his testimony.... More >>

Iraq Shuts Down the Abu Ghraib Prison, Citing Security Concerns
The Iraqi government said it had closed the prison, the site of an abuse scandal during the American occupation, because of fears that it could be overrun by Sunni insurgents.... More >>

Obama Commutes a Sentence Lengthened by a Typing Error
A drug convict had been mistakenly sentenced to an extra three and a half years in prison after an incorrect number was entered into his pre-sentence report.... More >>

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