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home : national/world : new york times September 14, 2014

At a Steak Fry in Iowa, the Clintons Sell Their Brand of Sizzle
Speaking to about 10,000 Democrats, the former first lady all but winked and raised her eyebrows as she said to the crowd, “I am thinking about it.”... More >>

Packers 31, Jets 24: Jets Build an 18-Point Halftime Lead, Which Aaron Rodgers Duly Vaporizes
A lack of discipline, a penalty and a timeout culminate in a missed opportunity for the Jets, who fell to Green Bay.... More >>

Cameron Under Pressure as Scotland Vote Nears
Prime Minister David Cameron of Britain faces the risk this week of becoming the leader who presided over the breakup of the United Kingdom.... More >>

Arab Nations Offer to Fight ISIS From Air
American officials have made it clear they do not want the airstrikes to get ahead of the ground action against ISIS, which they said would take time to mass.... More >>

Cardinals 25, Giants 14: Offense Makes Strides, but Fumbles and Special-Team Play Doom Giants
The offensive game improved considerably in Week 2, but like last year’s team, the Giants stumbled at the worst times and ultimately could not hold onto the football.... More >>

Syrian Leaders See Opportunities and Risks in U.S. Strikes Against ISIS on Its Soil
Analysts say Syrian officials are unsure who would benefit militarily if the United States launches strikes against ISIS in Syria — government forces, or Syrian insurgents and separatist Kurds.... More >>

Holder Says Private Suit Risks State Secrets
After limiting a privilege to dismiss lawsuits in the name of national security, the attorney general has intervened in a defamation case against United Against Nuclear Iran.... More >>

$100,000 Reward for Missing ‘Jennies’
The president of a stamp company is offering $50,000 for each of two missing “Inverted Jennies” — stamps that were stolen nearly 60 years ago.... More >>

Subway Heroes Come to the Rescue of Fallen Treasures
Pets, cellphones, bikes, basketballs and artificial body parts are among the items pickup crews have retrieved from the tracks.... More >>

Germans Rally to Protest Anti-Semitism Over Gaza War
Germany’s Central Council of Jews organized the rally in response to the anti-Semitism seen in cities like Berlin after protesters chanting “death to Israel” and “gas the Jews” at pro-Palestinian demonstrations over the summer had deeply unsettled many.... More >>

Critic’s Notebook: ‘9 x 18’ Plan Ties Development Rules to Public Benefits
Parking lots can be turned into development sites to expand and improve affordable housing in New York City, three fellows at the Institute for Public Architecture propose.... More >>

Review: Destiny Is a New Shooter Game From Activision and Bungie
Destiny, a science-fiction game from Activision and Bungie, is new but already on pace to become a billion-dollar success.... More >>

Fighting in Eastern Ukraine City Kills at Least 6
The battle in Donetsk between rebels and Kiev government forces was one of the most serious clashes in a 10-day-old cease-fire.... More >>

News Analysis: Handling of Ray Rice Case Puts Roger Goodell Under Heightened Level of Scrutiny
The N.F.L. and Goodell are facing mounting criticism for the handling of Rice, who was suspended indefinitely only after the release of an unequivocal video of him assaulting a woman.... More >>

Cameron Announces Response Plan to Beheading of British Aid Worker
Prime Minister David Cameron said Britain would support American military action against the ISIS, but he did not commit his country to a more vigorous military role against the group.... More >>

Matthew Todd Miller Sentenced to 6 Years of Hard Labor in North Korea
The country’s official news agency offered few details of the one-day trial for Mr. Miller, who was convicted of committing “hostile acts” against the North after reportedly tearing up his tourist visa and demanding asylum.... More >>

Israeli Military Threatens to Discipline Veterans Involved in Protest Over Intelligence Activities
A group of veterans and reservists of a secretive military intelligence unit have declared they will not take part in surveillance activities against the Palestinians in the course of reserve duty.... More >>

ArtsBeat: ‘No Good Deed’ Tops Weekend Box Office
That thriller, from Sony, had $24.5 million in ticket sales at North American theaters over the weekend. It cost less than $14 million to make.... More >>

Health Law Has Caveat on Renewal of Coverage
Officials are encouraging consumers to revisit the federal marketplace to compare plans and ensure that they get the right amount of financial assistance in 2015.... More >>

Greg Norman Recovering From Chain-Saw Accident
Greg Norman is recovering from a chain saw accident that nearly cost him his left hand, but not his sense of humor.... More >>

The Media Equation: In Ray Rice Scandal, TMZ Scores on a Fumble
The N.F.L.’s light punishment for the Baltimore Ravens running back pushed the gossip site to outmaneuver the rest of the media to get the goods.... More >>

Pope Marries Couples Who Have Cohabited and Had Children
Pope Francis married 20 couples on Sunday, some of whom had already lived together and had children, in the latest sign that the Argentine pontiff wants the Catholic church to be more open and inclusive.... More >>

North Korea Sentences American Man to 6 Years
North Korea's Supreme Court on Sunday sentenced Matthew Miller, a U.S. citizen, to six years of hard labor for entering the country illegally and trying to commit espionage.... More >>

Kerry Scours Mideast for Aid in ISIS Fight
As Secretary of State John Kerry received broad assurances but no public commitments from Egypt as he tried to assemble a coalition to fight ISIS, Australia on Sunday committed aircraft and military advisers to the effort.... More >>

At Oregon, the Mascot Looks Awfully Familiar
In the 1940s, Oregon’s athletic director, a friend of Walt Disney’s, received permission for the university to call Donald Duck its own.... More >>

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