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

Reeling From 2016 Chaos, G.O.P. Mulls Overhaul of Primaries
Nevada could lose its coveted early spot on the presidential nominating calendar, and independents could be barred from voting in Republican contests.... More >>


The 2016 Race: Explaining Hillary Clinton’s Lost Ground in the Polls
Mrs. Clinton has struggled because of her inability to consolidate the supporters of Bernie Sanders.... More >>


Kenneth Starr, Who Tried to Bury Bill Clinton, Now Only Praises Him
Mr. Starr, whose Javert-like pursuit of Mr. Clinton in the 1990s helped bring a new intensity to partisan warfare, thinks it’s time to move past the “unpleasantness” of Mr. Clinton’s scandals.... More >>


Footsteps: On the Trail of Nabokov in the American West
On his cross-country trips chasing butterflies and researching “Lolita,” the Russian-born novelist saw more of the United States than did Fitzgerald, Kerouac or Steinbeck.... More >>


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 >>


Nagasaki Journal: What About Us, Nagasaki Asks, as Obama’s Hiroshima Trip Nears
While invoking Hiroshima has become a universal shorthand for the horrors of nuclear war, Nagasaki, where about 74,000 people were killed, has mostly lived in the other city’s shadow.... More >>


Leaked Questions Rekindle Fierce Debate Over Common Core Tests
A company is scrambling to purge the Internet of questions used in the exams, but some critics say public debate is the best way to make better tests.... More >>


A Tangle of Interests Behind Cuomo’s $1 Billion Boon for Buffalo
A small, well-connected group is responsible for most of the project’s main initiatives, leading to accusations of conflicts of interest and a widening federal investigation.... More >>


Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Trial Can Proceed, Judge Rules
Rebuffed in their effort to have the charges dismissed, Mr. Cosby’s lawyers are expected to battle the prosecution over what evidence may be admitted.... More >>


Fewer Workers Choose to Move to New Pastures
The recovery has been held back in part by the number of people opting to stay put. The fall in relocation may echo a decline in social trust.... More >>


Hundreds Evicted from Greek Refugee Camp
Kiryn Lanning, protection coordinator for the International Rescue Committee, describes the scene as evictions begin at the makeshift refugee camp in Idomeni, Greece.... More >>


Thousands Held in Federal Prisons for Too Long, Report Finds
The Justice Department’s inspector general found that 4,300 inmates served more time than they were supposed to from 2009 to 2014.... 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 >>


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 >>


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Duncan Jones, David Bowie’s Son, on Making ‘Warcraft’ and Facing His Own Battles
This new movie came together during a period of upheaval and tragedy for the director.... 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 >>


How Big Are Those Killer Asteroids? A Critic Says NASA Doesn’t Know.
A former Microsoft technologist questions NASA’s efforts to identify space rocks and their proximity to Earth.... More >>


Books of The Times: Review: ‘The Morning They Came for Us’ Reports on the Hell of Syria
Janine di Giovanni describes the horror and terror Syrians have endured in the five years since a government crackdown on protests erupted into a civil war.... More >>



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