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Stock Markets Are Wild, but Bond Markets Can Be Dangerous
The sell-off in stocks isn’t the only ominous economic sign emanating from financial markets. The bond markets, much more closely linked to the actual economy, are also flashing a warning.
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Trump Administration Report on School Safety Plays Down Role of Guns
The report instead focused on rescinding Obama-era disciplinary policies, improving mental health services and training school personnel in the use of firearms.
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Addicted to Vaped Nicotine, Teenagers Have No Clear Path to Quitting
Parents, schools and public health experts struggle to find effective ways to help young people quit e-cigarettes. “There is no sound science yet.”
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How to Help Teenagers Quit Vaping
Though options are limited for now, they exist. For starters, parents should recognize that they are confronting an addiction to nicotine, which is hard to break.
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Kara Swisher: How You Can Help Fight the Information Wars
Silicon Valley won’t save us. We’re on our own.
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Nearly 40,000 People Died From Guns in U.S. Last Year, Highest in 50 Years
Firearm deaths, including suicides, have been rising. Adjusted for population, the gun death rate in 2017 was the highest since the mid-1990s.
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The Postal Worker’s Christmas
My grandfather was part of a long tradition of postal workers who sacrificed Christmas Eve with their families to deliver holiday packages.
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Penny Marshall, TV Sitcom Star and Hollywood Director, Dies at 76
Ms. Marshall made a mark in “Laverne & Shirley” and went on to direct “Big,” “Awakenings” and “A League of Her Own.”
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Watch ‘Bambi’ Monthly in Jail, Judge Orders Missouri Man in Deer Poaching Case
David H. Berry Jr. was ordered to watch the Disney classic every month as part of a one-year jail sentence for his role in a operation believed to have killed hundreds of deer, officials said.
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Roland Fryer, Accused of Harassment at Harvard, Quits Economics Panel
The professor, a star in his field, resigned from the American Economic Association’s executive committee in the face of pressure from other members.
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Trump Wants the Fed to ‘Feel the Market.’ That’s Pretty Good Advice, Actually.
But the ability to feel it accurately, in a time of mixed signals like the current moment, is not so simple.
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U.K. Begins to Think Seriously About a ‘No-Deal Brexit’
The government is detailing plans to deal with a chaotic exit from the European Union. Is it a scare tactic to make Parliament accept a deal it hates?
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2 Chicago Police Officers Killed by a Train as They Chased a Suspect
The deaths of the officers were the latest in a series of losses for the department, which has now seen four officers killed in the line of duty.
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Global Health: An Island Nation’s Health Experiment: Vaccines Delivered by Drone
In Vanuatu, 20 percent of children miss their shots because villages are so hard to reach. It has hired an Australian company to fly them in.
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Alabama-Birmingham Football Revived With Jolt of Cash and Civic Pride
The university shelved a debt-ridden program in 2014. Thanks to the efforts of area business leaders chastened by a city’s failures, the Blazers are back, and back in another bowl game.
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Trump Administration Imposes Ban on Bump Stocks
Under the new regulation, which had been expected, Americans who own bump stocks would have 90 days to destroy their devices or to turn them over to the A.T.F.
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Field Notes: For Wedding Guests, a Touch-Up at the Glam Bar
It doesn’t matter if it’s hot or you’ve been dancing all night, there are selfies to take! Pamper guests with the help of a makeup pro in the restroom.
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On College Basketball: Everyone Loves to Watch Zion Williamson Play. Maybe as Much as He Loves Playing.
The Duke freshman is earning comparisons to Charles Barkley, Shawn Kemp and, yes, even LeBron James and has everyone in basketball’s attention.
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4 Takeaways From Xi Jinping’s Speech
At an event commemorating a leaders’ conclave in 1978, China’s president emphasized a singular message: Don’t question the wisdom, foresight and omnipotence of the Communist Party.
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Kashmiri Teenagers Are Dying to Protect Militants
Indian forces hunting for separatist fighters now regularly face angry crowds seeking to defend them. Scores of civilians have been killed.
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Martha McSally Appointed to Arizona Senate Seat Once Held by John McCain
Ms. McSally, a House member, lost her bid for the state’s other Senate post in November. She will replace Jon Kyl, who was filling the seat on a temporary basis.
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Trump Foundation to Close in Deal With New York Attorney General
The agreement by the Donald J. Trump Foundation follows a court decision that allowed a lawsuit against the foundation to move forward.
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Cut Carbon Through Innovation, Not Regulation
People across the world are rejecting the idea that carbon taxes are the answer to lowering emissions.
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Trilobites: It’s the Solar System’s Most Distant Object. Astronomers Named It Farout.
Orbiting 11 billion miles from the sun, this tiny world offers additional clues in the search for the proposed Planet Nine.
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White House Signals Retreat on Shutdown Threat
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said on Fox News that the Trump administration can find $5 billion for a border wall without getting it from Congress.
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Israeli ‘Warning’ Shot Killed Two Boys in Gaza, Rights Groups Say
Israel’s “roof-knocking” airstrikes are meant to spare civilians by prompting them to flee targeted buildings. But they can be deadly, too, a new report has found.
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How to Write a Family Newsletter Your Friends Will Actually Read
Your family is great, but no one wants to read about it for 10 minutes. Here’s what to do.
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Jimmy Bradley Is Out of Here
The Red Cat, a classic Manhattan restaurant for nearly two decades, will close next week so its chef and owner can go home to Rhode Island. We sent a photographer to record its final days and the history it leaves behind.
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California Today: California Today: Untangling Moves to Deport Vietnamese Immigrants
Tuesday: How reversals in deportation policies are affecting the Vietnamese community, a small decline in homelessness and a hotel’s feminist history
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Trump Wishes Michael Flynn Good Luck Before Sentencing
Mr. Flynn, the president’s first national security adviser, is to be sentenced on Tuesday for lying to federal investigators about his conversations with the Russian ambassador.
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North Korea, Fearing K-Pop and Porn, Warns Against Smartphones’ Influence
Mobile phones “instill students with unhealthy ideology,” said a state-run paper in the North, where many users have found ways around official information controls.
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What Next for France’s ‘Yellow Vests’?
For five weeks, demonstrators have marched in Paris and beyond, staging a nationwide rebellion against President Emmanuel Macron. We went to the French countryside, where the movement began, to find out whether the leaderless campaign could win longstanding changes.
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José Mourinho Leaves Manchester United as Manager
The coach had long coveted a chance to work at the club, but his reign was a turbulent one.
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New York Today: N.Y. Today: What Legal Pot Could Mean for New York
Big tax revenue, more impaired drivers and a persistent black market, one researcher predicted. Also: no more HOLLAAD TONNEL.
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Michael Flynn, Stocks, Les Moonves: Your Tuesday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know.
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Fixes: 7 Standards for Your End-of-Year Donations
Often neglected, these considerations can guide you to increased confidence in your charitable choices.
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Trump Thinks He’s Still Winning on Immigration
Never mind what the election results say.
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How Caste Underpins the Blasphemy Crisis in Pakistan
Caste discrimination against Christians, whose ancestors were lower-caste Hindus, persists in the country.
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The Conversation: Some Old Acquaintances Are Being Forgot
It’s the end of an era on Capitol Hill. What about in the White House?
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France’s Yellow Vests Confront Macron with a New Reality
The survival of Mr. Macron’s presidency may no longer be at stake, but its shape and direction seem certain to change.
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Jose Mourinho Fired by Man United After 2½ Years
Jose Mourinho was fired by Manchester United on Tuesday, two days after English soccer's biggest club reached a new low in its disappointing season by losing to Liverpool in the Premier League.
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Paper chase: When Walt Whitman Was Dying, It Was Front-Page News — For Months
After the beloved poet caught a chill in December 1891, The Times kept a literary bedside vigil until his death on March 26, 1892.
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The Shift: Russian Trolls Came for Instagram, Too
A look at posts from the Internet Research Agency reveals that the group used Instagram for several distinct purposes.
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The 52 Places Traveler: In Bhutan, Prayer Flags and Birds From Heaven
With two more stops to go, our 52 Places columnist, exhausted after nearly a year on the road, finds beauty and respite in the temples and valleys of this Buddhist kingdom.
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Blaming the Deep State: Officials Accused of Wrongdoing Adopt Trump’s Response
A Pentagon official and a government contractor investigated for mishandling classified material say that bureaucrats opposed to President Trump targeted them.
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At War: In the United States, His Problem Wasn’t the Taliban. It Was Everything Else.
Afghans like Azizullah Sharifi wait years for an answer on their Special Immigrant Visa application. Those who do get approved face a whole new set of problems once they arrive in the United States.
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Best of Late Night: Colbert Ridicules Stephen Miller for His ‘Fake Hair’
In a mock interview on “The Late Show,” the White House adviser ended up covered in an Afro, claiming it takes “funkiness” to protect the border.
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The El Chapo Trial: New York’s Newest Tourist Destination
"It’s better entertainment than ‘Les Miz,’” one narco-tourist said about the new hot ticket in town.
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