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home : national/world : new york times October 6, 2015

Judge Orders New Trial for Johnny Hincapie, Convicted in 1990 Subway Killing
The judge, Eduardo Padro, said that new evidence warranted a new trial after three witnesses testified that Mr. Hincapie was not on the subway platform during a fatal robbery.... More >>

Top United Nations Official Is Accused in Bribery Scheme
John W. Ashe, the former president of the United Nations General Assembly, was named in a criminal complaint outlining a scheme that involved more than $1 million in payments from sources in China.... More >>

Chantal Akerman, Pioneering Belgian Filmmaker, Dies at 65
Her observation of women’s everyday and inner lives, often using long, protracted takes, put her in the vanguard of feminist and experimental filmmaking.... More >>

Hillary Clinton Approaches Debate, and Bernie Sanders, With Caution
The growing chance that Mr. Sanders could win either Iowa or New Hampshire, or both, has raised the stakes for Mrs. Clinton in the first Democratic debate.... More >>

Your Tuesday Briefing: Trans-Pacific Partnership, Ben S. Bernanke and More
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.... More >>

Senate Briefed on Doctors Without Borders Hospital Airstrike
Gen. John F. Campbell said the hospital was “mistakenly struck,” and said it resulted from “a U.S. decision made within the U.S. chain of command.”... More >>

Russia Military’s Actions in Syria Cause Rift With Turkey
Moscow is bombing rebel groups backed by the government in Ankara, and its warplanes have flown into Turkish airspace, undercutting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.... More >>

Tuesday Morning Quarterback: The Big Winners in Fantasy Football, and the Rest of Us
It shouldn’t be forgotten that DraftKings and FanDuel are in the business of making you lose money.... More >>

State of the Art: Twitter’s ‘Moments’ Will Try to Tame the Chaos
Jack Dorsey’s tenure as chief executive may ride on how well he makes the case that Twitter is useful for everyday people.... More >>

NATO Chief: Russian Jets in Turkish Airspace No Accident
NATO's secretary-general on Tuesday rejected Moscow's claim that its military incursion into alliance airspace over Turkey wasn't intentional or important, saying there were two separate incidents and "the violation lasted for a long time."... More >>

First Draft: Today in Politics: Jeb Bush Returns to Iowa as He Calls for Changes in Washington
Jeb Bush is heading back to Iowa, and the House to its leadership fight. At the same time, Congress is preparing to deal with the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact.... More >>

Fashion Review: At Paris Fashion Week, Flight Risk at Chanel and Saint Laurent
In other shows, Hermès and Sonia Rykiel offered versions of the brands’ essentials.... More >>

New York Today: Opening the City’s Doors
Tuesday: A behind-the-scenes look, beautiful weather and mushrooms.... More >>

Takaaki Kajita and Arthur McDonald Share Nobel in Physics for Work on Neutrinos
They showed that neutrinos, which are found in three “flavors,” could oscillate from one flavor to another, demonstrating that they have mass.... More >>

U.S. Allies See Trans-Pacific Partnership as a Check on China
The pact is seen as a counterweight to China’s efforts to expand its influence not just in trade but in other areas.... More >>

The Scars of the Game
For ballplayers, the anxiety over going through Tommy John surgery eventually disappears. But the procedure’s telltale scars, a defining emblem of the trade, remain.... More >>

Data Transfer Pact Between U.S. and Europe Is Ruled Invalid
The decision by the European Court of Justice throws into doubt how tech giants like Facebook and Google can use digital data from millions of users.... More >>

How The Times Covered the Ebola Epidemic
The Times had more than a dozen staff members inside the Ebola zone in West Africa over the course of the epidemic. Two reflect on their experiences covering the crisis.... More >>

Getting to the Scene, No Matter Where, to Get the Story
Times correspondents have reported from more than 150 countries and territories this year. In an age of instant punditry, we believe that on-the-ground reporting makes our journalism distinctive.... More >>

‘Rosemary: The Hidden Kennedy Daughter,’ by Kate Clifford Larson
The Kennedys did not know what to do about Rosemary, their intellectually disabled third child.... More >>

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