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home : national/world : new york times May 29, 2016

Can Donald Trump Win? These Battleground Regions Will Decide
In the four regions likely to decide the presidency — Florida, the upper Southeast, the Rust Belt and the interior West — Mr. Trump faces daunting obstacles.... More >>


Donald Trump and Bikers Share Affection at Rolling Thunder Rally
An annual motorcycle ride, dedicated to accounting for military members taken as prisoners of war or listed as missing in action, gave Mr. Trump a receptive audience at the Lincoln Memorial.... More >>


Libertarians See Chance Amid Discontent Over Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton
The Libertarian Party on Sunday chose Gary Johnson as its presidential candidate, believing he can benefit from disappointment at the major parties’ choices.... More >>


More Than 700 Migrants Dead
in 3 Shipwrecks

The deaths came as the smuggling route from Libya across the Mediterranean Sea has risen with the arrival of spring, and officials feared the numbers could grow.... More >>


Governments Turn to Commercial Spyware to Intimidate Dissidents
Surveillance and hacking tools are becoming increasingly popular among a wide range of nations, many of which use the methods to monitor, silence and punish their critics.... More >>


Gang Violence at Rikers Seizes Spotlight During Guards’ Trial in ’12 Beating
A Rikers Island inmate’s association with the Bloods street gang has elevated the issue in the Bronx trial of nine guards accused in his assault.... More >>


Those With Multiple Tours of War Overseas Struggle at Home
The number of veterans with multiple tours of combat duty is the largest in modern American history — more than 90,000 soldiers and Marines.... More >>


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Middle Eastern Writers Find Refuge in the Dystopian Novel
A new wave of bleak, post-revolutionary fiction is emerging from writers grappling with the chaotic aftermath and stinging disappointments of the Arab Spring.... More >>


Warriors Face Game 7, a Situation Steve Kerr Is Familiar With
Kerr, now Golden State’s coach, played on the Bulls team whose win record the Warriors surpassed, another juggernaut that had to beat back a conference finals challenge.... More >>


White House Letter: Secret Service Dreams of a New (14-Foot) White House Picket Fence
Nearly two years after an armed man climbed over the existing seven-foot fence, the Secret Service hopes to build a 14-foot barrier in its place.... More >>


Jane Fawcett, British Decoder Who Helped Doom the Bismarck, Dies at 95
As an eagle-eyed staffer at Bletchley Park, home to Britain’s wartime code-breakers, Ms. Fawcett identified a message that led to the sinking of the fearsome German warship.... More >>


After 12 Years of Defiance, a Massachusetts Congregation Goes in Peace
St. Frances X. Cabrini Church in Massachusetts held its final service before the end of a round-the-clock vigil by congregants who had fought the Archdiocese of Boston’s 2004 decision to close it down.... More >>


Alexander Rossi Wins the 100th Indianapolis 500
Rossi, a 24-year-old American rookie, stretched his fuel mileage to the absolute limit in the final laps and finished well ahead of Carlos Muñoz and Josef Newgarden.... More >>


Gorilla Killed After Child Enters Enclosure at Cincinnati Zoo
Videos show the gorilla dragging the child, who was later rescued, and a woman can be heard calling out: “Mommy loves you! I’m right here!”... More >>


Debate Over Role of ‘People’s Army’ in Israel Reflects Wider Fissures
While some government ministers and a loud segment of the public are pushing for tougher action after months of Palestinian attacks, others want the military to remain a moderating force.... More >>


‘X-Men’ and ‘Looking Glass’ Disappoint at Weekend Box Office
“X-Men: Apocalypse” took in an estimated $65 million between Friday and Sunday, while “Alice Through the Looking Glass” bombed, generating only $28.1 million.... More >>


One of the World’s Greatest Art Collections Hides Behind This Fence
The superrich have stashed millions of works in tax-free storage. So what does that mean for the art?... More >>


Frank Modell, Longtime New Yorker Cartoonist, Dies at 98
Mr. Modell’s contributions to the magazine for more than 50 years evoked for readers their everyday vexations.... More >>


Review: ‘Roots’ for a Black Lives Matter Era
The remake of this 1977 generational saga of slavery is optimistic in focusing on its characters’ strength, sober in recognizing that we may never stop needing reminders of whose lives matter.... More >>



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