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home : national/world : new york times April 17, 2015

After Walter Scott Shooting, Scrutiny Turns to 2nd Officer
Officer Clarence W. Habersham Jr., who responded to the scene of the police killing of Walter L. Scott in North Charleston, S.C., was criticized by some who said he had not done enough to help Mr. Scott.... More >>

Hillary Clinton Hiring of C.F.O. Is Called Signal to Possible Donors
The recruitment of Gary Gensler, a former Wall Street regulator, as chief financial officer was meant to show the Clinton campaign is serious about avoiding the overspending of the 2008 campaign, said people briefed on the matter.... More >>

Obama Urges ‘Creative’ Talks to Bridge Divide With Iran on Sanctions
Iranian leaders have insisted in recent days that the sanctions be lifted as soon as a written accord is signed, a position that the country’s foreign minister reinforced on Friday.... More >>

Review of Comcast Deal Is Said to Raise Concerns
The recommendation against blocking the merger with Time Warner is a preliminary step and Justice Department officials could overrule any recommendation from staff lawyers.... More >>

Seller in Canceled Internment-Camp Auction Comes Forward
After an auction of artifacts from Japanese-American internment camps was called off, the seller stepped forward to explain his reasoning.... More >>

Crime Scene: For a Mother, Many Worries and Few Clues About Her Runaway Daughter
A 17-year-old girl who has bipolar disorder ran away from her Manhattan home on April 6 without her daily medications or a photo identification.... More >>

A Battle Over Cats and Birds on a Long Island Beach
Conservationists say the piping plover, an endangered bird that nests on beaches in New York State, is threatened by a colony of feral cats, who are cared for by volunteers.... More >>

Chief Leaves Music Service Taken Over by Jay Z
Andy Chen, chief executive of Aspiro, the parent company of the Swedish streaming music service Tidal, has stepped down, and about a dozen employees were laid off.... More >>

Night Out: Don’t Confuse Jeremy Piven with Ari Gold
“I’m looking for great artistic possibility. And Ari has no time for that,” Mr. Piven said over lunch at Bubby’s, a favorite haunt in TriBeCa.... More >>

Puzzling Death of Chicago’s Whirlwind Chef, Homaro Cantu
Questions linger in Chicago after the suicide of the inventive and ambitious star chef.... More >>

Yemeni Army Tries to Safeguard Oil Fields as Qaeda Fighters Advance
With no abatement to the fighting in Yemen, the United Nations and other aid agencies said the humanitarian crisis there was worsening.... More >>

Appeals Panel Weighs Fate of Obama’s Immigration Overhaul After Intense Hearing
The government, facing a legal challenge by 26 states, is trying to reverse a preliminary injunction that placed the president’s executive action in limbo.... More >>

A New Spring for Old Dodgertown
The Dodgers’ former spring training site in Vero Beach, Fla., now called Historic Dodgertown, has returned to life as a multisports complex with O’Malley family involvement.... More >>

Turkish Premier Says European Stance on Armenian Genocide Reflects Racism
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu urged Europe to look in its own backyard after the European Parliament asked Turkey to recognize mass killings of Armenians as genocide.... More >>

Michael Phelps the Person Is Back, Not Just the Swimmer
Phelps, the highly decorated Olympian, recently returned to the sport from a drunken-driving suspension and said that the days of viewing himself as only a swimmer were over.... More >>

At Global Economic Gathering, U.S. Primacy Is Seen as Ebbing
Economists and political leaders see an American government so bitterly divided that it is on the verge of deserting the global economic stage it has commanded since the end of World War II.... More >>

Your Money: Identity Theft Poses Extra Troubles for Children
Children’s credit records are clean, and they don’t check their credit reports, two conditions data thieves take advantage of.... More >>

France Announces Stronger Fight Against Racism and Anti-Semitism
Prime Minister Manuel Valls announced on Friday that there would be harsher punishments for racist acts and increased monitoring of online hate speech.... More >>

A Drug Trial’s Frayed Promise
A study of the drug Seroquel XR for patients with borderline personality disorder exposes the tangled mess of interests for academics and universities involved in clinical trials for the pharmaceutical industry.... More >>

U.S. Army Trainers Arrive in Ukraine
The Kremlin warned on Friday that the appearance of about 300 American troops could threaten the tenuous cease-fire in the country’s southeast.... More >>

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