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(by Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura for The New York Times 3 hours ago)
A former paratrooper died after being restrained by guards in Pennsylvania. His body showed signs of violence, and his organs have not been returned after an autopsy.
(by Kenneth Garger for The New York Post 5 hours ago)
Feathers flew on Long Island Monday, when cops with a pool skimmer rescued an injured egret that was stranded on a front lawn. The egret — white with a long, pointy yellow beak — was spotted around 6:40 p.m. in the yard of a West Babylon home on West Ninth Street — roughly 3 miles...
(by Ben Feuerherd for The New York Post 6 hours ago)
A man flying from Newark Airport to the Dominican Republic was stopped by TSA agents from bringing several smoke grenades onto the flight Sunday, authorities said. TSA agents at an airport checkpoint x-rayed the man’s bag and determined it needed further inspection, the agency said in a press release. When agents pulled the bag off...
(by Jan Ransom for The New York Times 6 hours ago)
One by one, the lawyers representing the movie producer against sexual assault charges in Manhattan have bowed out.
(by Jesse McKinley and Vivian Wang for The New York Times 6 hours ago)
After weekend-long negotiations, lawmakers are cautiously optimistic they may reach a deal before the legislative session ends Wednesday.
(by Ben Feuerherd for The New York Post 7 hours ago)
Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign manager, has been moved from a federal lockup in Pennsylvania to a lower Manhattan prison, a source said. Manafort, who was sentenced to more than seven years in March for financial crimes, also faces a number of state charges brought by Manhattan DA Cy Vance. His transfer to New...
(by Edward Wong, Helene Cooper and Megan Specia for The New York Times 8 hours ago)
As President Trump ordered the deployment of 1,000 more troops to the Middle East, Tehran was trying to get European nations to blunt American economic sanctions.
(by Peter Baker for The New York Times 10 hours ago)
The 2020 election will be a test — not just of the man but of his country. Was President Trump’s victory the last time around a historical fluke or a genuine reflection of America in the modern age?
(by David E. Sanger for The New York Times 10 hours ago)
President Trump promised that North Korea and Iran could be convinced to give up their nuclear weapons programs. He is learning it’s not that easy.
(by Paige Williams for The New Yorker 22 hours ago)
Paige Williams writes about the political future of Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the Trump Administration’s outgoing press secretary.
(by Paul Salopek for The New Yorker 1 day, 1 hour ago)
Paul Salopek on the Out of Eden Walk, a slow-journalism project for which he is walking across the world, from Africa’s Rift Valley to Tierra del Fuego, in Argentina.
(by Carolyn Kormann for The New Yorker 3 days, 1 hour ago)
Carolyn Kormann reports on the oral arguments in Kelsey Cascadia Rose Juliana v. the United States, better known as the climate kids’ lawsuit, which is an attempt to compel government action on climate change.
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