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home : national/world : new york times November 20, 2014

Rikers Needs ‘Culture Change,’ Mayor de Blasio Says
Mayor Bill de Blasio, in his most extensive comments on the violence at the Rikers Island jail complex, said Thursday he would visit the prison in December to see problems for himself.... More >>

DealBook: Goldman in Testy Exchange at Senate Panel Over Its Role in Commodities Market
Senator Carl Levin hammered away at Goldman Sachs’s practices at its aluminum warehouses, which he said led to changes in the metal’s price for American companies.... More >>

Public Editor's Journal: A Recipe for Wrath (Grapes Optional) in Minnesota
The state is stunned over the choice of grape salad in a Times Thanksgiving project.... More >>

Florida State University Gunman Wounds 3, Then Is Killed by Police
Investigators were trying to determine why the man opened fire in a campus library. He was shot and killed by the police.... More >>

An Appraisal: Ben Brantley on Mike Nichols
Mike Nichols’s most essential quality was his passion for actors and acting.... More >>

FIFA Ethics Report Will Get Independent Review
The ethics committee chairmen, Michael J. Garcia and Hans-Joachim Eckert, will let an auditor decide whether to release Garcia’s findings to FIFA’s executive committee.... More >>

Lured to Stings by Fake Drugs and Facing Jail Time That’s All Too Real
A number of judges have questioned a federal agency’s tactic of “stash-house stings,"? saying it draws small-time criminals into major crimes.... More >>

Huffington Post Is Said to Be in Talks to Host a Jill Abramson Journalism Start-Up
Ms. Abramson, a former New York Times editor, and the journalist Steven Brill are said to be in talks with Arianna Huffington.... More >>

DealBook: New Scrutiny of Goldman’s Ties to the New York Fed After a Leak
The coziness between the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Wall Street banks has been questioned after a recent leak.... More >>

Beyond Iran Nuclear Talks, Real Hurdles May Be in Tehran
Whatever deal is reached in Vienna between Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian negotiators, it may not matter if hard-liners have their way.... More >>

Latest News: Obama on Immigration, Florida State Lockdown, the Cost of Obesity
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.... More >>

G.O.P. Promises to Swiftly Counter Obama’s Immigration Moves
Republicans accused President Obama of an abuse of power and promised a legislative fight when they take full control of Congress next year.... More >>

Kerry Stops in Paris Ahead of Iran Nuclear Talks in Vienna
The secretary of state sought to close ranks with an important ally before joining the negotiations over Tehran’s nuclear program.... More >>

Buffalo Hit With More Snow as Storm Again Pounds Western New York
Power went out in at least 4,000 homes, and in one suburb, scores of residents were evacuated from a nursing home as a storm blanketed an area already buried under five feet of snow.... More >>

City Room: New York Today: Plastic Bag Talk
Thursday: Weighing in on a 10-cent plastic bag fee, a warmer day, and a silent performance group.... More >>

Muslim Brotherhood Leader Arrested in Egypt
With the arrest of the last senior Brotherhood leader not in prison, the government’s main channel of communication with the group was closed off.... More >>

Mayor de Blasio and Cardinal Dolan: Beyond the Church-State Separation
In the months since Mayor Bill de Blasio took office, he and Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan have forged a useful relationship blessed by good timing and apparent affection.... More >>

First Draft: Today in Politics
Republican options for stopping President Obama’s immigration action may be limited because Congress doesn’t control the immigration agency’s finances.... More >>

Movie Review: ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1’
The latest installment of the “Hunger Games” films is a vague yet stirring liberation story that echoes real-life struggles against oppression around the world.... More >>

Swedish Court Rejects Appeal by Julian Assange
Mr. Assange, the founder of Wikileaks, had argued that an order for his detention could not be enforced and infringed on his civil rights.... More >>

Mike Nichols, 83, Acclaimed Director on Broadway and in Hollywood, Dies
One of America’s most decorated directors, Mr. Nichols had a protean résumé of critic- and crowd-pleasing work, including “The Graduate” in film and “The Odd Couple” on stage.... More >>

Peace Talks in Myanmar Jeopardized by Killing of Rebels
Ethnic minority groups in the country said that the talks on a cease-fire were in danger after at least 23 rebel cadets died in an attack by the military.... More >>

Video Shows French ISIS Fighters Calling for Attacks in France
The seven-minute clip, released by an Islamic State affiliate, appears to be part of an intensifying effort to recruit young Europeans.... More >>

Jeff Bezos Makes His Mark on Washington Post With New Kindle App
It is the first formal collaboration between the newspaper and Amazon since Mr. Bezos, the online giant’s founder, bought The Post for $250 million last year.... More >>

Chief of Ferry Company in South Korea Given 10-Year Jail Sentence
Kim Han-sik, 71, the head of Chonghaejin Marine Company, was convicted of accidental homicide and embezzlement over the sinking of the ferry Sewol in April.... More >>

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