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home : national/world : new york times September 15, 2014

Sports of The Times: To N.F.L. Fans, the Sport’s Troubles Vanish Between the Lines
Issues like domestic abuse didn’t seem to impinge on Giants fans’ eager expectation of a game against the Cardinals at MetLife Stadium.... More >>

Defying Unions, Democrat Gina M. Raimondo Vies to Become Rhode Island’s First Female Governor
As Rhode Island’s treasurer, Ms. Raimondo, now the Democratic nominee for governor, led the state through a painful pension restructuring, drawing animosity that could become a recurring theme if she is elected.... More >>

Packers 31, Jets 24: Jets Build an 18-Point First-Half 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 >>

Syrian Leaders See Opportunities and Risks in U.S. Striking ISIS on Their 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 >>

Two Jet Skiers Are Rescued After Mishap in Lower Bay
Timur Bekbulatov, 29, and Sergey Khoroshev, 47, were thrown from a jet ski in Lower New York Bay on Saturday night. Both swam to nearby islands and were safely retrieved on Sunday morning by fire boats and a police helicopter.... More >>

The Media Equation: The Magic in Apple’s Devices? The Heart
Apple’s ability to seize the moment and preoccupy the press is without peer.... More >>

In Latest Volley Against Amazon, Hachette’s Writers Target Its Board
Authors United, a group of Hachette writers and allies, is appealing to Amazon’s board to consider their reputation in the battle over e-book pricing.... More >>

Wisconsin Town Races Llamas to Draw Crowds
The small town of Hammond has made an annual llama-racing event into a quirky tourist draw, now in its 18th year.... More >>

The Buy-In: In Pursuit of Casinos, It’s Worst Foot Forward
Sullivan and Orange counties see economic salvation for their depressed communities in casinos, but disagree about which is most in need.... More >>

With Tech Taking Over in Schools, Worries Rise
Parent groups and privacy advocates are challenging the practices of an industry built on data collection, and California has passed wide-ranging legislation protecting students’ personal information.... More >>

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 >>

Cameron Under Pressure as Scotland Vote Nears
Not only must Prime Minister David Cameron of Britain respond to the beheading of a British hostage by Islamic radicals, but he also faces the risk 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 >>

Coming to the Rescue for Riders Who Drop Treasures on the Tracks
Pets, cellphones, bikes, basketballs and artificial body parts are among the items pickup crews have retrieved from the tracks.... More >>

The Working Life: Fewer New Yorkers Getting the Benefit of Being Hired, and Fired, at a Young Age
A new report shows that employment is down sharply among city residents between 16 and 24, leaving them without basic job skills or the experience that comes from making teenage blunders.... 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 >>

San Felipe Journal: A Porpoise Is Ensnared by Criminals and Nets
Fewer than 100 vaquitas are living today, their population nearly wiped out by poachers sweeping up another rare species and shrimp fishermen casting huge nets.... 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 >>

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