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home : national/world : new york times May 27, 2016

Obama Begins Historic Visit to Hiroshima
President Obama arrived in Hiroshima on Friday, becoming the first sitting president to visit the Japanese city devastated by an American atomic bomb.... More >>

Updates and Analysis From Japan
A team of Times reporters is following the president as he makes his way to the city devastated by an atomic bomb in 1945.... More >>

Survivors Recount Horrors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
More than 120,000 people who lived through the atomic bombings in 1945 are still alive. Several survivors shared their stories, and thoughts about the president’s visit.... More >>

Times Readers’ Advice for Obama in Hiroshima: Focus on Nuclear-Free Future
Some debate whether the president should apologize for the U.S. dropping the bomb on Japan. Others urge him to focus on a tomorrow without such weapons.... More >>

Donald Trump’s Energy Plan: More Fossil Fuels and Fewer Rules
Speaking in North Dakota, at the heart of America’s oil and gas boom, Mr. Trump vowed to restore coal mining jobs and “cancel” the Paris climate change accord.... More >>

Donald Trump Outlines Energy Plan
Donald J. Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, outlined energy-related measures that would be taken in his administration during a speech in Bismarck, N.D.... More >>

Hillary Clinton Wasn’t Adept at Using a Desktop for Email, Inquiry Is Told
Lewis A. Lukens, a former aide, testified that he had proposed setting up a computer for Mrs. Clinton that would not be connected to the State Department’s system.... More >>

North Korea Linked to Digital Attacks on Global Banks
Security researchers say this is the first known case of a nation using malicious code to steal money for pure financial profit.... More >>

Iranian Students Lashed 99 Times Over Party That Included Men and Women
The punishments, which were believed to be part of a wider crackdown by a judiciary dominated by hard-liners, were meted out in Qazvin and carried out in record time.... More >>

Baylor Demotes President Kenneth Starr Over Handling of Sex Assault Cases
The decisions came after the university concluded that accusations of sexual assault committed by athletes had not been handled correctly.... More >>

Mexican Military Runs Up Body Count in Drug War
The statistics on deaths, which the government has stopped reporting, offer a rare glimpse into the Mexican military’s role in its fight against cartels.... More >>

Your Daily Mini Crossword
Solve a bite-size crossword in just a few minutes.... More >>

Bodies Given to N.Y.U. Ended Up in Mass Graves, Despite Donors’ Wishes
Cadavers at N.Y.U.’s medical school that were supposed to be cremated were buried in a potter’s field, in a practice the university admitted had gone on for years.... More >>

Geraldine Largay’s Wrong Turn: Death on the Appalachian Trail
“When you find my body, please call my husband George and my daughter Kerry,” Ms. Largay, 66, wrote in her diary after she became lost while hiking in Maine.... More >>

Founder of Gawker Criticizes ‘Vindictive’ Campaign Against Company
Gawker Media also hired an investment banker to help explore its options for a possible sale.... More >>

Revenge and the Future of Media Finances
Some people in media are now wondering whether wealthy people upset with news accounts will come after them.... More >>

Thiel-Gawker Fight Raises Concerns About Press Freedom
The bankrolling of a lawsuit against the Gawker website by the Silicon Valley figure Peter Thiel has led to a debate encompassing broader themes.... More >>

Infection Raises Specter of Superbugs Resistant to All Antibiotics
Military researchers identify a patient who was infected with bacteria that are resistant to the last line of defense against drug-resistant germs.... More >>

Shiraz Journal: The Persian Rug May Not Be Long for This World
Shoppers’ changing tastes, and years of economic sanctions, are putting in jeopardy one of the world’s most complex and labor-intensive handicrafts.... More >>

Review: ‘X-Men: Apocalypse,’ a Sequel 5,000 Years in the Making
Directed by Bryan Singer, this latest addition to the blockbuster franchise pits the superhero team against a mutant villain from ancient Egypt.... More >>

15 TV Shows to Watch This Summer
The season’s slate of programming is particularly weighty this year, even for a period increasingly important for networks and streaming services.... More >>

Fiction: ‘Sweetbitter,’ by Stephanie Danler
A hard-partying woman reinvents herself in the world of New York fine dining.... More >>

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