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home : national/world : new york times May 2, 2016

Donald Trump’s Foes Fear Indiana Primary Could Be Decisive Blow
Mr. Trump appears poised for a victory there that would put him on track to seal the Republican nomination as polls give him a clear advantage.... More >>


Your Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.... More >>


Experts Warn of Backlash in Donald Trump’s China Trade Policies
They say that his proposals are more likely to deepen the United States’ economic pains, particularly if China or other targeted nations retaliate.... More >>


First Draft: Ted Cruz Confronts Donald Trump Supporters in Indiana
Senator Ted Cruz tried to change the minds of Trump supporters who were protesting his appearance outside a campaign event a day before the Indiana primary.... More >>


For Hillary Clinton and John Kerry, Divergent Paths to Iran Nuclear Talks
The former secretary of state’s role in facilitating last year’s nuclear accord was complicated by Mr. Kerry’s comparative eagerness to engage.... More >>


South Dakota Wrongly Puts Thousands in Nursing Homes, Government Says
The Justice Department said Monday that with few alternatives available, thousands of people were held unnecessarily in highly restrictive group homes.... More >>


Itineraries: Catching a Flight? Budget Hours, Not Minutes, for Security
Fewer T.S.A. screeners, tighter budgets, new checkpoint procedures and growing numbers of passengers have led to epic security lines, and there’s no end in sight.... More >>


Doctor, Warned to Be Silent on Abortions, Files Civil Rights Complaint
A Washington doctor said hospital officials broke the law by ordering her to stop publicly defending abortion after the Colorado shooting in November.... More >>


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


At the Met Gala, Minimalism Is a Relative Term
Metallic and extravagant outfits, as usual, were consistent at this year’s Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Anna Wintour Costume Center in New York.... More >>


On the Runway: What Is the Met Gala, and Who Gets to Go?
Deconstructing the party of the year, including how much it costs, who hosts, and what you have to wear.... More >>


On Washington: Now, Dennis Hastert Seems an Architect of Dysfunction as Speaker
Mr. Hastert’s admission of abusing boys has prompted a reassessment of his tenure, and he emerges as a deeply flawed leader.... More >>


Damascus Journal: Wartime Damascus Preserves Tenuous Air of Normalcy Amid Syria’s Ruin
Declan Walsh provides an on-the-ground report from Syria’s capital, where residents, spared the worst of the violence, respond to a seemingly interminable war with skepticism and dark humor.... More >>


DealBook: At Berkshire Hathaway Meeting, Warren Buffett Talks of Sharing the Wealth
At “Woodstock for Capitalists,” Mr. Buffett cautioned against killing “the golden goose,” saying instead that we “need to make more eggs.”... More >>


Cruise Ship From Miami Docks in Havana, Ending Decades-Old Freeze
The Adonia crossed overnight from Florida to Cuba, becoming the first cruise ship in nearly 40 years to make the trip.... More >>


Christie Orders Lead Tests for All New Jersey Public Schools
The governor, in a shift on mandatory testing, said the move would address parents’ concerns about the safety of drinking water.... More >>


Days of Chaos in Baghdad: Protest or Meltdown?
Hundreds of people stormed the Iraqi capital’s Green Zone on Saturday, only to disperse on Sunday. Here’s a breakdown of what they were doing, and why.... More >>


F.D.A. Again Reviews Mandatory Training for Painkiller Prescribers
Several groups are working to reduce the inappropriate use of opioids.... More >>


Talks on Syria Seek to Extend Fragile Truce to Aleppo
A sharp rise in violence has left the city in ruins, but Secretary of State John Kerry said negotiations in Geneva were progressing.... More >>


The Science of Fat: After ‘The Biggest Loser,’ Their Bodies Fought to Regain Weight
Contestants lost hundreds of pounds during Season 8, but gained them back. A study of their struggles helps explain why so many people fail to keep off the weight they lose.... More >>


Ruined Serbian Orthodox Church Was a Landmark of Old New York
Once a chapel for the city’s gentry, the Cathedral of St. Sava served as a house of worship for Episcopalians and, later, Orthodox Christians.... More >>


Corn Pone, Rebooted: Country’s New Humor
Country music is generating new ways of poking fun at itself, with cheekiness being much more common than outright comedy.... More >>



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