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In Town With Little Water, Coca-Cola Is Everywhere. So Is Diabetes.

Residents of one of Mexico’s rainiest regions often have no water to drink, so many hydrate with soda. The impact on public health has been devastating.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-14T05:00:07-04:00
Author: By OSCAR LOPEZ and ANDREW JACOBS

40 Years Later, Martina Navratilova Remembers 1st Wimbledon Win

Navratilova would win the Wimbledon singles title a record nine times. But the first one, on July 7, 1978, was bittersweet because her family could not be with her.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-04T12:55:36-04:00
Author: By CINDY SHMERLER

For Europe, Cutting the Flow of Migrants Challenges Basic Ideals

The free movement of people and goods, one of the E.U.’s founding ideals, is under threat as leaders grapple with a populist revolt against immigrants.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-05T16:52:44-04:00
Author: By STEVEN ERLANGER and KATRIN BENNHOLD

The Patient Had Pain When He Walked, but There Was a More Telling Change

The patient had conventional symptoms — diabetes, high blood pressure, being overweight — but the disease was anything but conventional.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-06-27T05:00:06-04:00
Author: By LISA SANDERS, M.D.

Shootout Sunday: Croatia Follows Russia’s Lead and Wins on Penalty Kicks

Croatia advanced to a quarterfinal against Russia after a penalty-kick victory against Denmark. Earlier, Russia beat Spain in the same fashion.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-01T12:11:31-04:00
Author: By VICTOR MATHER

Agents Seek to Dissolve ICE in Immigration Policy Backlash

ICE special agents said the Trump administration’s crackdown on illegal migrants has hampered national security investigations and partnering with local officials.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-06-28T17:07:21-04:00
Author: By RON NIXON

Neighbor Calls the Police on a 12-Year-Old Boy Mowing the Grass

The episode, which happened outside Cleveland and was streamed on Facebook, figures in a trend of the police being called on black people engaged in innocuous behavior.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-01T09:11:59-04:00
Author: By JEFFERY C. MAYS

In Meeting With Putin, Experts Fear Trump Will Give More Than He Gets

Foreign policy officials, including some in his own administration, fear a repeat of President Trump’s encounter with Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-06-28T20:29:01-04:00
Author: By MARK LANDLER

Sizing Up the Bargain Potential of One-Way Airfares

Conventional wisdom dictates that you have to book a round-trip itinerary in order to get a great airfare. But shopping around for one-way fares might save you money.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-06-27T06:13:46-04:00
Author: By DAVE SEMINARA

A Black Oregon Lawmaker Was Knocking on Doors. Someone Called the Police.

A caller thought State Representative Janelle Bynum, who was canvassing in her district, was “casing the neighborhood” and might rob the homes.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-05T17:42:57-04:00
Author: By MIHIR ZAVERI

Farting Unicorn Artist Says Elon Musk Stinks

Source: Fortune
Published At 2018-06-28T13:31:00Z
Author: Glenn Fleishman

Thailand Cave Rescue: Live Updates as All 13 Are Free After Weeks of Ordeal

The latest developments about the boys who, along with their soccer coach, were trapped for weeks in a vast flooded cave.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-10T04:44:47-04:00
Author: By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Shirley Manson: The First Time I Cut Myself

Trapped in an unhealthy relationship, this musician began to self-harm. Today, she vigilantly avoids the patterns that got her there.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-03T04:00:04-04:00
Author: By SHIRLEY MANSON

Four Musicals on Three Continents: An Australian Company’s Big Bet

Global Creatures, a company founded by a wealthy Australian, is breaking into theater with high-profile, big-budget productions, including “King Kong” on Broadway.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-05T04:00:06-04:00
Author: By MICHAEL PAULSON

Trump Attacks Democrats on Calls to Abolish ICE

The president also skewered allies on trade and said that he would not sign a new Nafta deal until after the midterms.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-01T15:44:41-04:00
Author: By EMILY COCHRANE

Mexico, LeBron James, World Cup: Your Monday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-02T05:32:02-04:00
Author: By CHRIS STANFORD

New York Today: The Tale of Tap Dancing

Tuesday: The history of tap dance in our city, and the “New York Woman” film series.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-10T06:00:03-04:00
Author: By ALEXANDRA S. LEVINE and JONATHAN WOLFE

It’s Easy. It’s Impressive. It’s Dinner.

Introducing our new biweekly column by Alison Roman, with effortless and delicious recipes you can make in less than an hour — like this bright, punchy sheet-pan trout.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-09T12:08:56-04:00
Author: By ALISON ROMAN

Starbucks to Stop Using Disposable Plastic Straws by 2020

The retailer, which has more than 28,000 stores worldwide, says the decision will eliminate more than 1 billion straws a year.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-09T17:42:36-04:00
Author: By CHRISTINA CARON

Boston-bound bike company switches gear, opts for scooter rentals

San Francisco-based Spin will focus on electric scooters, despite agreement to deploy rental bikes in Boston’s suburbs.

Source: Bostonglobe.com
Published At 2018-07-05T20:34:00Z
Author: Adam Vaccaro - Reporter

Brett Kavanaugh Is Trump’s Pick for Supreme Court

The nomination will set off a furious confirmation battle, as the retiring Justice Anthony M. Kennedy has held the decisive vote in many closely divided cases.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-09T20:56:33-04:00
Author: By MARK LANDLER and MAGGIE HABERMAN

This early Prime Day deal lets you try 3 months of Kindle Unlimited for $1

Get unlimited access to over one million books for three months for $1 in an early Prime Day 2018 deal. You can read anywhere, anytime, on any device that has the Kindle app. Plus, get access to thousands of books with Audible narration.

Source: Business Insider
Published At 2018-07-05T15:16:19Z
Author: Mara Leighton, Insider Picks

Mega Millions winning numbers drawing yields no winner; lottery jackpot at $375M

The was no jackpot winner for Friday's $340 million Mega Millions drawing.

Source: Abc7chicago.com
Published At 2018-07-14T11:28:09Z
Author:

We’re About to Find Out How Bad It Will Get Without Justice Kennedy

He provided a crucial fifth vote to the court’s conservative wing, but he sometimes voted against it, especially on abortion.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-06-27T18:18:37-04:00
Author: By EMILY BAZELON

Women Rewrite the Political Playbook and Run as … Themselves

After years of being told to put on a suit and recite their résumé, women running for office are now revealing themselves in more complex ways.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-14T05:00:07-04:00
Author: By KATE ZERNIKE

Why Was a Citizenship Question Put on the Census? ‘Bad Faith,’ a Judge Suggests

The Trump administration says it needs the question to enforce voting rights. But a federal judge has given critics the means to search for other motives.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-10T05:00:06-04:00
Author: By MICHAEL WINES

Trump's Merger Cops Sow More Deal Uncertainty With AT&T Appeal

For a moment, it was the biggest antitrust suit in 20 years, a high-stakes attempt to block an $85 billion mega-deal that would create a media and telecommunications giant. Then, like that, the government was handed a loss and the case was over.

Source: Bloomberg
Published At 2018-07-14T01:49:21Z
Author: David McLaughlin, Scott Moritz

Brett Kavanaugh, Supreme Court Front-Runner, Once Argued Broad Grounds for Impeachment

At a minimum, Judge Kavanaugh’s views about when to impeach a president are sure to come up in a confirmation hearing and would allow a light to be shined on Mr. Trump’s handling of the Russia investigation.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-05T21:27:19-04:00
Author: By MARK LANDLER and MATT APUZZO

US job growth was likely solid in June despite trade risks

Employers in the United States are thought to have kept up their brisk pace of hiring in June, reflecting the durability of the second-longest U.S. economic expansion on record even in the face of a trade war with China.

Source: The Washington Post
Published At 2018-07-06T07:11:31Z
Author:

Merkel Says Migration Could Make or Break the E.U.

On the eve of talks with European leaders that could determine her political fate, the German chancellor raised the stakes.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-06-28T07:07:55-04:00
Author: By KATRIN BENNHOLD and STEVEN ERLANGER

(Mis)communicating Sex: Leave Us a Voice Mail With Your Story

We ask readers to share their stories on sex and intimacy.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-06-21T17:25:51-04:00
Author: By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Tariffs? Time for a Plan B: ‘Gobble Up Every Bit of Material That I Can’

With trade disputes growing and new American tariffs on Chinese goods due Friday, some businesses have halted hiring, put off purchases or cut costs.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-05T10:25:42-04:00
Author: By PATRICIA COHEN

Liu Xia, Detained Widow of Nobel Peace Laureate, Leaves China

Ms. Liu’s release from house arrest came almost a year after her husband, the democracy advocate Liu Xiaobo, died while in prison.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-10T01:08:25-04:00
Author: By JANE PERLEZ

Conservative and Liberal Groups Gird for Battle Over Kavanaugh

With the country polarized and the Supreme Court’s ideological balance at stake, the battle over Brett M. Kavanaugh will most likely cost tens of millions of dollars.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-10T05:00:07-04:00
Author: By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG and JONATHAN MARTIN

Ocasio-Cortez Tells Colbert: ‘We Changed Who Turns Out’

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who beat Representative Joseph Crowley of New York in a Democratic primary on Tuesday, spoke about the electorate that gave her the victory.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-06-29T04:26:03-04:00
Author: By GIOVANNI RUSSONELLO

Neymar and the Art of the Dive

Acting coaches evaluating the theatrical performances of players at the World Cup are finding their thespian tastes offended.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-05T13:15:17-04:00
Author: By ANDREW KEH

At Uber, New Questions Arise About Executive Behavior

As Uber cleans up its corporate culture, employees have filed complaints about the chief operating officer, Barney Harford, for his comments about race and women.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-13T21:30:06-04:00
Author: By MIKE ISAAC and KATIE BENNER

Surveys Show Chinese Manufacturing Growth Cooling

Source: Usnews.com
Published At 2018-07-02T07:57:00Z
Author:

Big Business Reaps Trump’s Whirlwind

The bill for decades of cynical politics is coming due.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-05T18:35:43-04:00
Author: By PAUL KRUGMAN

For Trump, Kavanaugh Is Midterm Bait

By nominating Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, the president gives his crowd what they want.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-10T00:26:42-04:00
Author: By MICHELLE COTTLE

ISIS May Be Waning, but Global Threats of Terrorism Continue to Spread

The U.S. and its allies are still waging a shadow war against a wide range of terrorist threats despite the Islamic State’s defeat in Iraq and Syria.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-06T05:00:08-04:00
Author: By ERIC SCHMITT

Southwest Airlines will stop serving peanuts; allergy concerns

Southwest Airlines will stop serving peanuts on its flights this summer, nixing a snack that has long been nearly synonymous with the carrier itself.

Source: USA Today
Published At 2018-07-10T12:47:54Z
Author: Ben Mutzabaugh

A Buzzworthy Debut About a Mysterious and Secluded Artists’ Retreat

In Harriet Alida Lye’s “The Honey Farm,” creative individuals hail from all walks of life to take part in an eerie bee colony-slash-cult.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-06-29T10:32:31-04:00
Author: By JENNIFER HAIGH

Trump Invited the Russians to Hack Clinton. Were They Listening?

The same day that Donald J. Trump asked Russians for help in hacking Hillary Clinton’s emails, Russia began efforts to target her personal servers.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-07-13T16:15:45-04:00
Author: By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT

Kennedy Is Gone. Now Vote.

Strengthening America’s other democratic institutions has never been more important.

Source: NYTimes.com
Published At 2018-06-27T19:35:35-04:00
Author: By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

With Lime teaming up Uber, can rival Bird afford to go it alone?

Yesterday, we learned that 18-month-old, Bay Area-based electric scooter rental company Lime is joining forces with the ride-hailing giant Uber, which is both investing in the company as part of a $335 million round and planning promote Lime in its mobile app…

Source: TechCrunch
Published At 2018-07-10T13:01:26Z
Author: Connie Loizos

Netflix is making it easier to watch shows on mobile

Good news for people who binge on the go.

Source: Qz.com
Published At 2018-07-10T13:00:33Z
Author: Ashley Rodriguez

World stocks fall, haunted by concerns over US-China tariffs

Global markets fell Monday as weaker-than-expected Asian economic surveys ratcheted up worries over the potential impact of higher tariffs due to be imposed by China and the U.S. in a festering trade dispute. Over in Europe, a prolonged German government cris…

Source: The Washington Post
Published At 2018-07-02T09:45:00Z
Author: