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

Shaken, Taliban Begin Effort to Replace Dead Leader, Mullah Mansour
The effort to replace the leader killed in an American drone strike comes amid concerns over safety, intensifying divisions and access to money.... More >>

Inquiry Highlights Terry McAuliffe’s Ties to Chinese Company
Prosecutors are scrutinizing the relationship between the Virginia governor and Wang Wenliang, a businessman who has sought ties to America’s political elite.... More >>

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 >>

Ohio’s Limits on Early Voting Are Discriminatory, Judge Says
A federal judge ordered Ohio to change a 2014 law, which reduced early voting days and eliminated same-day registration, before this fall’s election.... 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 >>

Toyota and Volkswagen Step Up Investments in Tech Start-Ups
The automakers are supporting the companies working to change the way people travel by car.... 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 >>

More Men With Early Prostate Cancer Are Choosing to Avoid Treatment
The approach, called active surveillance, involves regular monitoring. Data finds that 40 percent to 50 percent of men are making that choice.... 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 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 >>

Fewer Americans 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 >>

Dylann Roof Will Face Federal Death Penalty in Charleston Church Killings
Mr. Roof, whom the authorities have accused of carrying out a racially motivated massacre of nine people, will now face two death penalty trials.... More >>

Baylor Reviewing Findings of Sexual Misconduct Investigation
The university’s president, athletic director and football coach have come under fire for their handling of allegations involving athletes.... More >>

Millennials’ Roommates Now More Likely to Be Parents Than Partners
For the first time in modern history, adults ages 18 to 34 are more likely to live with a parent than with a romantic partner, a new report found.... More >>

On Horse Racing: An Understandable Absence from the Belmont for Nyquist
Nyquist, the Kentucky Derby winner, is running a temperature and taking antibiotics so he can recover and return to California.... 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 >>

A Hewlett-Packard Spinoff Is Preparing to Split Again
Hewlett Packard Enterprise, which split from HP Inc. last year, will sell its enterprise services business to the Computer Sciences Corporation.... 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 >>

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 >>

New Crop of Companies Reaping Profits From Wasted Food
With as much as 40 percent of the American food supply going into the trash, food waste has become a platform for commerce.... 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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