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home : national/world : new york times April 30, 2016

Pentagon Details Chain of Errors in Strike on Afghan Hospital
A report more than 3,000 pages long describes the errors that led to the 2015 strike in Kunduz that killed 42 people. Sixteen American officers have been punished.... More >>


Your Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.... More >>


Mocking Critics, Donald Trump Says He Can Win Without Republican Unity
After walking through a field to avoid protesters, Mr. Trump spoke at a meeting of Republicans in California and wavered on whether he wanted to heal the party.... More >>


Ted Cruz, Attacking Donald Trump, Uses Transgender Bathroom Access as Cudgel
Campaigning in Indiana, which is all but a last stand for Mr. Cruz, he has seized on a once-obscure issue with a proven power to inflame conservatives.... More >>


First Draft: Microsoft Will Not Donate Money to Republicans’ Convention
The tech giant will not provide cash donations to the Republican convention this summer, the company announced in a blog post on Friday.... More >>


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


Walt Whitman Promoted a Paleo Diet. Who Knew?
Found: a nearly 47,000-word journalistic series called “Manly Health and Training” that had been lost for more than 150 years.... More >>


A New Generation’s Anger Resounds From a Packed Plaza in Paris
Nuit Debout, a movement ignited over a plan to change French labor laws, has expanded to include a mélange of grievances, and politicians are warily watching.... More >>


In an Era of Streaming, Cinema Is Under Attack
Our chief film critics, Manohla Dargis and A.O. Scott, consider the state of moviegoing in an era of omnipresent screens.... More >>


At Small Colleges, Harsh Lessons About Cash Flow
In the last few years, small liberal arts colleges struggling under financial siege have been forced to re-examine their missions and justify their existence.... More >>


Philip Kives, Pitchman Who Perfected ‘As Seen on TV’ Infomercials, Dies at 87
Mr. Kives’s company, K-tel, saturated airwaves for decades with ads for gadgets like the Veg-O-Matic and compilation albums like “Hit Machine.”... More >>


Officials: At Least 21 Dead in Baghdad Car Bomb
A car-bombing Saturday in southeastern Baghdad killed at least 21 people wounded at least 42 others, according to police and hospital officials.... More >>


Partial Truce Said to Be Restored in Syria, but Not Yet in Aleppo
The United States and Russia said they had won agreement for a new partial truce after a bloody week, but that it would not immediately include Aleppo.... More >>


Ending Impasse, Irish Leaders Agree on a Government
The agreement, which follows an inconclusive election and two months of political deadlock, is likely to result in the re-election of Edna Kenny as prime minister.... More >>


San Francisco Police Chief Orders Officers to Complete Anti-Harassment Class
San Francisco’s police chief on Friday ordered all officers to finish anti-bias training within the next month amid a racist texting scandal that has rocked the department.... More >>


Water Cooler: And Now, I Unfollow Thee
The pleasures — and complexities — of severing social media ties.... More >>


Review: In ‘Keanu,’ Key & Peele Break Baddish for a Beloved Kitty
The duo star as hapless cousins who feign toughness to recover a pet from gang killers.... More >>


A Few Miles From San Bernardino, a Muslim Prom Queen Reigns
Zarifeh Shalabi received the ultimate symbol of teenage acceptance when her non-Muslim friends campaigned for her by wearing hijabs in solidarity.... More >>



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