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Tuesday: A nor’easter nears, the Queens World Film Festival, and bedbug-hunting dogs.
New York City 20.03.2018 15:05
Tuesday: Sheriffs’ objection to sanctuary policies, Uber suspends autonomous car tests, and a warning about very potent pot.
California Today 20.03.2018 13:05
The social network was said to have reached a deal with the executive to depart after disagreements over how to address its role in spreading disinformation.
Facebook Inc 20.03.2018 15:53
A British TV station sent a reporter to pose as a prospective client, and secretly filmed Cambridge Analytica’s chief executive offering to engage in dirty tricks.
Nix, Alexander 20.03.2018 10:36
The Federal Trade Commission is examining whether Facebook violated a 2011 agreement with the agency on data privacy, a person with knowledge of the inquiry said.
United States Politics and Government 20.03.2018 15:21
This lush, wild bit of Puerto Rico, a word-of-mouth destination that draws a loyal following of visitors, is rebuilding after last year’s ferocious hurricane season.
Vieques Island (Puerto Rico) 20.03.2018 14:53
A visit by our 52 Places Traveler to the Puerto Rican capital, still recovering from last year’s hurricanes, was one of the most calming and soul-filling experiences of her trip so far.
San Juan (Puerto Rico) 20.03.2018 14:57
The first half of our 52 Places Traveler’s trip around the Caribbean brings her to Trinidad and its famous Carnival, and to St. Lucia, where she had a relaxing stop.
Trinidad and Tobago 20.03.2018 14:49
Investigators searched for links between a parcel that blew up early Tuesday at a FedEx shipping facility and a series of recent package bombings that have rattled nearby Austin.
Bombs and Explosives 20.03.2018 17:31
As the United States enters its 15th year of war in Iraq, a former Marine Corps tanker remembers the invasion that set the occupation, and all its destruction, in motion.
United States Defense and Military Forces 20.03.2018 15:50
On the 15th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, The Times reintroduces At War, a forum for the firsthand experiences of global conflict.
United States Defense and Military Forces 20.03.2018 11:48
The former model, Karen McDougal, is the second woman this month to challenge Trump associates’ efforts to bury stories of extramarital affairs.
Presidential Election of 2016 20.03.2018 17:36
Some economists say the recovery could continue for years. But many see the seeds of the next crisis being sown in government policy choices.
United States Economy 20.03.2018 09:00
In the wake of Andrew McCabe’s firing, and the president’s gloating tweets, Republicans once again could take action to protect democracy — but they refuse.
Russian Interference in 2016 US Elections and Ties to Trump Associates 19.03.2018 23:18
Let’s stop calling the invasion of Iraq a “blunder” and call it what it is: a crime.
Iraq War (2003-11) 20.03.2018 06:37
After learning how advisers to Donald Trump exploited the company’s vulnerabilities to get him elected, Congress needs to strengthen privacy laws.
Presidential Election of 2016 20.03.2018 01:26
Hurricane Maria ravaged the island six months ago this week. We’re still struggling to rebuild.
Hurricane Maria (2017) 20.03.2018 09:45
To sustain the commercial space race, we need to streamline and coordinate rules to manage the proliferation of private satellites.
Satellites 20.03.2018 15:40
Walt Whitman had a prescription for national renewal.
Books and Literature 20.03.2018 00:06
While other leaders scramble to boost economic growth, Vladimir Putin cares only about stability. And the Russian people seem fine with that.
Economic Conditions and Trends 20.03.2018 15:47
Coming soon: a battle of bad ideas that refuse to die.
United States Economy 19.03.2018 22:55
Undercover video shows the president’s digital consultants acting like thugs.
Russian Interference in 2016 US Elections and Ties to Trump Associates 20.03.2018 01:29
A student opened fire with a handgun, the sheriff said, wounding two students and exchanging gunfire with an officer who was stationed at the school.
School Shootings and Armed Attacks 20.03.2018 16:51
On April 1, the countries will resume the annual drills that they suspended during the Olympics and Paralympics, the Pentagon announced Monday.
United States Defense and Military Forces 20.03.2018 06:01
“People were stuck by nails, and a chair had collapsed with someone sitting in it,” said Mr. Carson, describing the furniture he replaced.
United States Politics and Government 20.03.2018 15:21
Just two members of the charismatic subspecies remain, both female. But scientists still hope to prevent the extinction of the animals.
Rhinoceroses 20.03.2018 16:03
“We had a very good call,” Mr. Trump told reporters in the Oval Office. “We will be meeting in the not-too distant future to discuss the arms race, which is getting out of control.”
Russian Interference in 2016 US Elections and Ties to Trump Associates 20.03.2018 17:11
Reno is among several Western cities experiencing congestion and new tensions as California residents and businesses seek more affordable locations.
Reno (Nev) 20.03.2018 16:11

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