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home : national/world : new york times May 22, 2015

Arrest Made in Washington Killings
Early Friday — after days of gruesome details were revealed in the news media about the grisly killing of a wealthy Washington family — the police said they had arrested a suspect, Daron Wint.... More >>

Vote in Ireland Could Complete a Rapid Shift on Gay Marriage
With a referendum on Friday, Ireland could become the first country to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote.... More >>

Soul-Searching as Ireland Prepares to Vote on Same-Sex Marriage
The New York Times asked readers on Facebook who live in Ireland how the referendum is being discussed in their family.... More >>

Frantic Message as Palmyra Fell: ‘We’re Finished’
In Palmyra, Syria, and Ramadi, Iraq, the Islamic State carried out a strategy of attrition, weakening the opposition for a crushing strike.... More >>

California Farmers Offer Concession in Drought
Growers in California’s Sacramento and San Joaquin river delta said they would give up a quarter of their water if California promised not to make further cutbacks.... More >>

6-Year-Old’s Murder Has Mexicans Seeking Answers to Youth Violence
Three of the five adolescent suspects will not face prison because of their ages, and the others face 10 years at most. Some people seek harsher sentences in such cases; others focus on how children are raised.... More >>

Obama’s Twitter Debut, @POTUS, Attracts Hate-Filled Posts
Some Twitter users lashed out in sometimes profanity-laced replies that exhort the president, who is using @POTUS, to kill himself and worse.... More >>

Patchwork Oversight Allows Dubious Charities to Operate
Efforts to tighten oversight of charities have largely failed because of regulatory indifference, political lobbying or lack of political will.... More >>

This Time, Senate Votes to Advance Trade Pact
The Senate will now vote on a series of amendments, some highly controversial, before a final vote on President Obama’s ambitious trade agenda.... More >>

Exit From Refuge Was on Bin Laden’s Mind
In a letter to one of his wives, Osama bin Laden wrote that his hosts in Abbottabad, Pakistan, appeared to have grown weary of housing him.... More >>

Private Equity Executive to Be Released From Uruguay Prison
The release of Matías Campiani, who was never charged, comes a week after The New York Times inquired and published an article about his case.... More >>

Senate Is Sharply Split Over Extension of N.S.A. Phone Data Collection
Legislation to continue the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of phone data has tied the Senate in knots, with many seeking an end to the program.... More >>

Six Baltimore Officers Indicted in Death of Freddie Gray
The officers had previously been charged in the arrest and fatal injury of Mr. Gray by the state’s attorney for Baltimore City, Marilyn J. Mosby.... More >>

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Humza Arshad, British Pakistani Comedian, Takes On Jihadists
Mr. Arshad, a practicing Muslim with a sizable YouTube following, has toured with a police counterterrorism unit in London, performing stand-up for more than 20,000 students.... More >>

New York Council Speaker Raises Profile in Police Dispute With Mayor de Blasio
Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, in her first substantial departure from Mayor Bill de Blasio’s agenda, has insisted that New York hire 1,000 new officers.... More >>

Rove’s Crossroads PAC Is No Longer G.O.P.’s ‘Big Dog’
The “super PAC,” a brainchild of Karl Rove and other leading Republican strategists, has been buffeted by a rapidly changing political landscape.... More >>

Jeb Bush Opens His Campaign Playbook by Opening Himself
On his mind are the past fortunes of Mitt Romney and George W. Bush when they hit New Hampshire, and Hillary Rodham Clinton’s approach in this key state... More >>

Review: The Who Celebrates 50 Years Together by Going on Tour
“The Who Hits 50,” the band’s American tour, began at Nassau Coliseum on Wednesday night, with Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend reminding us what made made the band great.... More >>

Your Contribution to the California Drought
California produces more than a third of the nation’s vegetables and two-thirds of its fruits and nuts, so to alter how much water the state uses, all Americans may have to give something up.... More >>

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