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Trump Says Saudi Account of Khashoggi Killing Is ‘Worst Cover-Up’ in History
Mr. Trump said he would reserve final judgment on who was responsible for Mr. Khashoggi’s killing until American officials returned from Turkey in the next couple of days.
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Promoting His Agenda, Trump Embraces the ‘Nationalist’ Label
The term is often freighted with the whiff of extremism when used domestically, but President Trump has enthusiastically doubled down on words and ideas that his predecessors shied away from.
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Italy Is in Trouble. Here’s Why the World Should Care.
Sinking confidence in Rome’s solvency could cause financial chain reactions that would be difficult for governments and central banks to control.
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Museum of Bible Removes Many Dead Sea Scrolls: ‘One May Conclude They Are Fake’
Five fragments once associated with the famous scrolls were shown to have “characteristics inconsistent with ancient origin” according to a statement from the museum in Washington this week.
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What a Murder by Mussolini Teaches Us About Khashoggi and M.B.S.
The murder of Jamal Khashoggi by the Saudis has striking parallels with the murder of the Italian socialist leader Giacomo Matteotti by Fascist thugs.
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Gertrude Mokotoff, Ex-Mayor and a Bride at 98, Is Dead at 100
An article in The Times about her wedding to Alvin Mann, then 94, drew a wide readership. They had met at the gym.
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Trump Rallies for Republicans, but Finds ‘Do Not Enter’ Signs in Some Races
Candidates covet an appearance with Mr. Trump in areas loyal to him, but large swaths of the country where he is unpopular have become virtual no-go zones for him.
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Volte
In the sport of equestrian vaulting, even a 12-year-old girl can be “too big.”
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Six Children Dead in Viral Outbreak at New Jersey Pediatrics Center
Twelve other children at a facility that works with “medically fragile children” were infected with a strain of adenovirus, which can cause mild illness.
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Trump Is Not Going to Cut Middle-Class Taxes This Year, Despite What He Says
President Trump is promising a 10 percent tax cut before the midterms. Policy experts and lawmakers, who have had little to say on the subject, suggest that won’t happen.
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Pipe Bomb at George Soros’s Home Was Likely Hand Delivered, Officials Say
The motive of the would-be bomber behind the explosive, found in a mailbox at the billionaire philanthropist’s home in a New York suburb, remains unclear.
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Putin Floats a Second Summit Meeting With Trump
The Russian president said another meeting would be “useful.” Mr. Trump drew criticism after their first meeting, in July, when he said he accepted Mr. Putin’s denials of election meddling.
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A 630-Foot Ferris Wheel Meant to Boost Staten Island’s Image Is No More
Developers behind what had been billed as one of the world’s tallest Ferris wheels announced an end to a plan that was supposed to draw tourists to the borough.
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Intersex, and Erased Again
Where does the Trump administration’s broadside against transgender rights leave people like me?
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Murda Beatz, an ‘Alien’ in Rap, Can’t Stop Making Hits
One of the year’s most successful hip-hop producers — a favorite of Drake, Migos and Travis Scott — is a Canadian who resembles Shaggy from “Scooby Doo.”
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The Ripple Effect of a Trump Tweetstorm
When President Trump began tweeting warnings and threats about a caravan of migrants headed for the border, his own government could not explain what he meant.
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A Roast Chicken With Fall Flavors
Maple butter and rosemary are the stars of this simple, six-ingredient meal, perfect for chilly days.
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Sporting: Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Bringing Concussions Out of the Darkness
I used to hide my suffering. But I’ve learned that brain injuries don’t have to be permanent.
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Many Possible Paths to a House Majority for Democrats, None Guaranteed
Democrats have a wide range of opportunities to make gains, but they fall into a few categories. Here’s a look.
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Sandra Day O’Connor, First Female Supreme Court Justice, Says She Has Dementia
Justice O’Connor, 88, said she had been diagnosed “some time ago” and would withdraw from public life.
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Red Sox vs. Dodgers: A World Series Matchup That’s a Long Time Coming
The Dodgers and the Red Sox share big payrolls, rich histories and many players who have worn both uniforms. But they last faced each other for the championship more than a century ago.
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U.S. Stocks Slide Amid Weak Earnings and Worries Over China
Stocks declined on Wall Street in early trading on Tuesday, as earnings from the American industrial firms Caterpillar and 3M failed to ease investors’ growing concerns about China’s slowing economy.
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California Today: Los Angeles Teachers Prepare to Strike
Tuesday: United Teachers Los Angeles negotiates with district officials, a tech-themed crossword, and In-N-Out Burger turns 70.
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Palestinian Leaders Are Accused of Using Torture and Arbitrary Arrests to Crush Dissent
The advocacy group Human Rights Watch said the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank and Hamas in Gaza had turned their territories into “police states.”
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Tech Fix: The iPhone XR Review: A Cheaper Apple Phone Suited to Most of Us
In an era of skyrocketing smartphone prices, it’s a relief that Apple’s $750 iPhone is just as powerful and nearly as capable as its $1,000 counterparts, our reviewer found.
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The Conversation: Is the Enemy of the Enemy of the People My Friend?
The midterm elections are getting weirder and weirder.
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How Trump Should Address Unfair Trade With China
Correcting currency misalignment, not imposing tariffs, should be his priority.
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Fixes: How to Really Help Children Abroad
For Americans who volunteer to serve the poor in foreign orphanages, there are many better ways in which to do good than working directly with the children.
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New York Today: New York Today: Cuomo vs. Molinaro Debate
Tuesday: A look at a political sparring match and a bagel controversy.
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T: They Survived Mass Shootings. Now They Are Living With Bullets Inside Them.
Doctors routinely leave bullets or bullet fragments inside the bodies of those who survive gunshot wounds. We asked four survivors of mass shootings what that is like.
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Erdogan Says a Saudi Team Planned Khashoggi’s Killing
Mr. Erdogan’s speech to Parliament followed a series of carefully orchestrated leaks by Turkey that implicated the Saudi government in the death of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
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The Far-Reaching Threats of a Conservative Court
Will the Supreme Court wipe out the government protections that have shielded Americans from abusive business practices since the New Deal?
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7 Reasons the Subway Is a Major Problem for Cuomo
The system descended into crisis on the governor’s watch. Here are some decisions he made in his first two terms that have come under fire.
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In Colorado, a Bitter Battle Over Oil, Gas and the Environment Comes to a Head
After years of fighting over oil and gas, voters have managed to get an anti-fracking measure on the ballot. “It’s really community members against Goliath,” said one supporter.
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Young People Are Suing the Trump Administration Over Climate Change. She’s Their Lawyer.
Julia Olson is representing 21 young plaintiffs, who may soon get their day in court. “She has built not just a case, but a movement,” a colleague says.
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The Bullet Inside My Body
What’s it like to have a bullet lodged inside of you? We asked survivors of mass shootings, from Parkland to Pulse, to tell us how it feels to live with a constant reminder of the tragedy.
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The 52 Places Traveler: In Zambia, Groaning Hippos, Growling Leopards and Mango-Stealing Elephants
Thrilled, a little scared, and completely mesmerized, our columnist takes a safari in South Luangwa National Park.
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U.S. Begins First Cyberoperation Against Russia Aimed at Protecting Elections
American operatives are messaging Russians working on disinformation campaigns to let them know they’ve been identified. It’s a measured step to keep Moscow from escalating.
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His Body Was Behind the Wheel for a Week Before It Was Discovered. This Was His Life.
A software designer ended his life in his parked car in the East Village. His family asked the police for help finding him, but met resistance.
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Best of Late Night: Jimmy Kimmel Ridicules Ted Cruz for Needing Trump’s Help
“Imagine if your neighbor insulted your wife’s face, and then you had to ask him to loan you a weed whacker,” Mr. Kimmel said. “That’s Ted Cruz’s life right now.”
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China Opens Giant Bridge Linking Hong Kong, Macau and Mainland
The government hopes the 34-mile span will bolster growth, but some say the primary goal is further integrating semiautonomous cities and the mainland.
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A Hurricane’s Chaos. A Cry of Looting. Then Gunfire.
A day after Hurricane Michael struck Florida, a man appeared on Pinetree Road. In a few chaotic minutes, he was accused of looting, and then he was shot dead.
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Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Being China Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry
Or why Beijing just made disappear and arrested the man it had chosen to lead Interpol.
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Jon Tester Is a Big Guy in Big Sky Country. He Hopes That’s Enough.
Once considered a favorite in the contest for his Senate seat in Montana, Mr. Tester is now at risk.
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To the Next ‘BBQ Becky’: Don't Call 911. Call 1-844-WYT-FEAR.
A new emergency hotline for when it’s not an emergency, just harassment.
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Migrant Caravan Puts Mexico Back in U.S. Cross Hairs
The American government has demanded that Mexico halt thousands of Central Americans making their way north. But Mexico may be in a no-win situation.
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Bolton Says He Confronted Russians Over Election Meddling
President Trump’s national security adviser said that during meetings in Moscow he censured Russian officials for U.S. election meddling although it had had no effect on outcomes.
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Khashoggi Case Erodes Saudi Reputation, and Allies Worry
As Crown Prince Mohammed faces accusations in the killing of a dissident, Israel, the U.A.E. and other allies fear that damage to him could upend their own plans.
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