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home : national/world : new york times May 24, 2016

U.S. Strike on Taliban Leader Is Seen as a Message to Pakistan
President Obama described Mullah Akhtar Muhammad Mansour’s death as an “important milestone,” but it also illustrated the tangled relationship between Washington and Islamabad.... More >>


New York Today: New York Today: A Lost Little Syria
Tuesday: The old Arab quarter, Shakespeare in the Park, and big numbers on Broadway.... More >>


Lights, Camera, Trump
Donald J. Trump has turned the campaign news conference, typically a dreary affair, into a spectacle of self-promotion.... More >>


He Once Tried to Bury Bill Clinton. Now, He Praises Him.
Kenneth Starr, whose pursuit of Mr. Clinton in the 1990s helped bring a new intensity to partisan warfare, thinks it’s time to move past the “unpleasantness” of Mr. Clinton’s scandals.... More >>


The 2016 Race: When Elections Aren’t About the Economy
In some ways, a sleepy economy is making this presidential race more exciting.... More >>


Jimmy Carter, Seeing Resurgence of Racism, Plans Baptist Conference for Unity
Defending President Obama and criticizing Donald J. Trump, Mr. Carter said the presidential race showed how much work needed to be done to heal racial divisions.... More >>


As Obama Presses Vietnam on Rights, Activists Are Barred From Meeting
The White House had requested the meeting as a signal to Vietnam’s Communist government that the United States cares about human rights in the country.... More >>


News Analysis: Despite Obama’s Moves, Asian Nations Skeptical of U.S. Commitment
The American political mood has darkened toward longtime alliances and international trade. For Asian allies, this means the U.S. might pivot away.... More >>


T.S.A. Replaces Security Chief as Tension Grows at Airports and Agency
Peter V. Neffenger, the agency’s administrator, removed Kelly Hoggan as part of an overhaul after facing a backlash over lines at airports and management problems.... More >>


DealBook: Gawker Founder Suspects a Common Financer Behind Lawsuits
Nick Denton, Gawker’s founder, is questioning whether lawsuits brought by Hulk Hogan and others against the site might have been bankrolled by the same source.... More >>


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Calls of Justice for Aboriginal Women Echo Down Canada’s Highway of Tears
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced an inquiry into a series of disappearances and murders, part of a promise to renew the country’s relationship with its indigenous citizens.... More >>


The Hell of Syria, Excruciatingly Close Up
In “The Morning They Came for Us,” Janine di Giovanni describes the horror and terror Syrians have endured in the five years since a government crackdown on protests erupted into a civil war.... More >>


Greece Begins Moving Refugees Out of Idomeni Camp
About 8,000 migrants were living in squalid conditions in the encampment, hoping to be allowed to cross the border and head to Northern or Western Europe.... More >>


Toyota Expands Takata Airbag Recall in U.S.
The announcement came after United States regulators accelerated moves to recall vehicles with a defective airbag inflater made by the Japanese company Takata.... More >>


Facebook Says an Investigation Found No Evidence of Bias in a News App
The social network said it would make changes to Trending Topics, including no longer referring to a list of national news sources.... More >>


Broadway Defies the Odds With Another Record-Breaking Season
The season that ended on Sunday brought in more money and people than ever before because of strong tourism and unusually diverse programming.... More >>


N.F.L. Tried to Influence Concussion Research, Congressional Study Finds
The study concluded that after the N.F.L. agreed in 2012 to donate millions of dollars to concussion research, it tried to steer funding away from one of its critics.... More >>


Feature: Which Rock Star Will Historians of the Future Remember?
The most important musical form of the 20th century will be nearly forgotten one day. People will probably learn about the genre through one figure — so who might that be?... More >>


‘Ghostbusters’ Steps Right Into the Hostility of Gender Politics
Sony Pictures wants male moviegoers to stay interested in its reboot. Hillary Clinton seeks women supporters. Ellen DeGeneres is mixing things up.... More >>


Critic's Notebook: At Moogfest, a Demonstration of What Human and Machine Can Accomplish
This festival featured a resurgence of analog methods after an era of all-too-neat digital sounds.... More >>



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