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Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Toronto Van Driver Kills at Least 10 People in ‘Pure Carnage'
More than a dozen other people were injured in what was one of the worst mass killings in the modern history of Canada. The police said the driver was in custody.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Toronto Van Kills at Least 10 People in ‘Pure Carnage'
Sixteen other people were injured in what was one of the worst mass killings in the modern history of Canada. The police said the driver was in custody.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Nashville Shooting Suspect Once Had His Guns Taken Away. He Got Them Back.
Officials took the Nashville shooting suspect's guns after a run-in at the White House last year. But his father gave the guns back.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

How Looming Privacy Regulations May Strengthen Facebook and Google
Facebook and Google are dealing with a privacy backlash and new European rules on data collection. The rules, though, may not be as damaging to the companies as they appear.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Editorial: Will the Court Stand Up to Donald Trump?
The travel ban case is the first major legal challenge to the president's authority that the justices have heard.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Emmanuel Macron to Press Trump to Keep Iran Nuclear Deal
As he arrives for the first state visit of Mr. Trump's administration, Mr. Macron, the French president, hopes to persuade the American leader not to scrap the agreement with Tehran.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

George Bush Is Hospitalized One Day After Wife's Funeral
Mr. Bush was "responding to treatments and appears to be recovering," his spokesman said.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Sears C.E.O. Seeks to Buy the Retailer's More Valuable Parts
Edward Lampart made the unusual move of offering to have his hedge fund buy parts of Sears, including its Kenmore brand, as it struggles to pay down debt.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Op-Ed Columnist: Hope in Arizona
Activist women are transforming the state's politics.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Op-Ed Contributor: How the Human Rights Movement Failed
Those who care about vulnerable minorities need to reckon with the economic inequality that leads so many people to vote for authoritarians.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: An American Tragedy in Nashville
The Waffle House shooting is a painful reminder of Tennessee's failure to protect its own citizens from mass murderers with guns.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

‘I Just Wanted to Live,' Says Man Who Wrested Rifle From Waffle House Gunman
James Shaw Jr. grabbed an AR-15 from a shooter's hands early on Sunday, most likely stopping further bloodshed at a Waffle House outside Nashville.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Op-Ed Contributors: Republicans to the Court: Strike Down the Travel Ban
President Trump violated the principle of separation of powers enshrined in the Constitution with his ban.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

When — if Ever — Will the Super Bowl Champion Eagles Visit the White House?
In a private meeting, the owner of the Eagles called Mr. Trump's tenure a "disastrous presidency," using a vulgarity to emphasize "disastrous."

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

After Late Vote Switch, Senate Panel Approves Pompeo for Secretary of State
Minutes before a committee vote, Senator Rand Paul, Republican of Kentucky, bowed to pressure and backed the confirmation of Mike Pompeo to be secretary of state.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Op-Ed Columnist: We Don't Need No Education
Why Republicans ended up at war with America's schoolteachers.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Prince's Family Sues Hospital That Treated His First Opioid Overdose
Though Prince declined all testing at the Illinois hospital, the lawsuit contends the medical staff did not do enough to find the cause of the overdose.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Toronto, Waffle House, Transplant: Your Monday Evening Briefing
Here's what you need to know at the end of the day.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Editorial: Breaking News! A Prince Is Born!
Is our unflagging fascination with royalty really so wrong?

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Cuomo Announces Bill to Ban Plastic Bags in New York State
The proposal comes a year after Gov. Andrew Cuomo blocked a 5-cent city surcharge on the bags and as he has tacked left since Cynthia Nixon began a primary challenge.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Waffle House Shooting Suspect Is in Custody, Nashville Police Say
The police said Monday that they had arrested Travis J. Reinking, who has been accused of killing four people at a restaurant early Sunday.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

The Fight for Wisconsin Is On as Outside Money Pours Into Senate Race
National Democrats were shocked in 2016 when a Republican presidential nominee carried Wisconsin for the first time in 34 years. Now both parties see a key Senate race as a crucial test before 2020.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Toronto Van Plows Along Sidewalk, Killing 9 in ‘Pure Carnage'
The authorities said the driver was in custody after an episode in which 16 other people were injured at two locations.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

After Each Attack He Carried the Wounded. Then He Became a Victim.
A retired Afghan wrestler was often one of the first responders helping Shiites targeted in Kabul. He was among 60 people killed in the latest attack.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Asia and Australia Edition: Waffle House, North Korea, Iran: Your Tuesday Briefing
Here's what you need to know to start your day.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

‘I Was Wrong': Armenian Leader Quits Amid Protests
Protesters throughout Armenia were angered by Serzh Sargsyan's effort to prolong his stay in power and demanded that he resign. He complied.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Trump's First State Dinner: Cherry Blossoms, Clinton China but No Democrats From Congress
As Melania Trump oversees preparations to welcome President Emmanuel Macron of France, her advice to her staff before the high-profile event is not to worry.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Multiple People Are Hit by Van at Two Locations in Toronto, Police Say
About eight to 10 people were injured, some of them feared dead. The driver was in custody.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Books of The Times: Rachel Kushner's ‘The Mars Room' Offers Big Ideas in Close Quarters
Kushner's gritty and persuasive book about a woman sentenced to life in prison recalls works by Mary Gaitskill, Denis Johnson and Charles Bukowski.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Rod Rosenstein Makes a Timely Supreme Court Appearance
After an argument on the independence of executive branch officials, Mr. Rosenstein made his Supreme Court debut in a separate sentencing case.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Deported to Libya, Ex-Gitmo Detainees Vanish. Will Others Meet a Similar Fate?
Senegal deported two former Guantánamo detainees to Libya, raising fears of a broader collapse of Obama-era resettlement deals under President Trump.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Fiction: When the Aftermath of a Shooting Is as Devastating as the Crime
Two new novels — "If We Had Known," by Elise Juska, and "How to Be Safe," by Tom McAllister — imagine communities roiled by mass murder.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

‘He Was My Baby': Families Mourn Waffle House Shooting Victims
The four young adults killed in a mass shooting at a Waffle House outside Nashville early Sunday included a musician and a college student.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

‘A Royal Baby, a Prince!': Kate and William Welcome New Baby
The third child of Catherine and Prince William was born Monday morning, weighing 8 pounds, 7 ounces.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Van Hits Multiple People at Two Locations in Toronto, Police Say
About eight to 10 people were injured. The nature of their injuries was unclear.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Waffle House Shooting: Police Say Suspect Is in Custody
The police said Monday that they had arrested Travis J. Reinking, who has been accused of killing four people at a restaurant early Sunday.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

The Interpreter: An Unpredictable Trump and a Risk-Prone Kim Mean High Stakes and Mismatched Expectations
The meeting of the two leaders exemplifies a world less constrained by the guardrails of international norms, in which virtually anything can happen.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Ai Weiwei's Little Blue Book on the Refugee Crisis
The artist, on his response to the migrant crisis: "In China we say, ‘When birds pass over the sky...' I'm just one of the birds who made some sounds."

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Setting Fires and Restoring an American Landscape
Where development and fragmentation have disrupted natural cycles, teams run controlled burns every spring to help sustain prairies and other ecosystems that have long been shaped by fire.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

A Pope Given to Apologies Has Nothing for Indigenous Canada
Indigenous people are asking why Pope Francis will not be apologizing anytime soon for abuses at Catholic-run boarding schools in Canada.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

10 Treasures, Unearthed From the New York Philharmonic's Archives
As she prepares to retire, the orchestra's archivist shares some favorites: a 1926 music video, the program from Leonard Bernstein's debut and more.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

The Healing Edge: ‘Whole Again': A Vet Maimed by an I.E.D. Receives a Transplanted Penis
A young soldier whose genitals were destroyed underwent extensive reconstructive surgery that doctors hope to offer to others who were wounded at war.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Critic's Notebook: The New ‘American Idol': Youth Gone Wild and an Understanding Dad
The singing competition, back after a two-year hiatus, is focusing on the fireworks onstage, rather than between the judges. And Lionel Richie is its godfather.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Emmanuel Macron Heads to White House to Lobby Trump on Iran
As he arrives for the first state visit of Mr. Trump's presidency, Mr. Macron hopes to persuade the American leader not to scrap the nuclear agreement with Tehran.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Chinese Tech Companies' Dirty Secret
"Finding a job = finding a woman." Chinese tech companies use female employees as bait to recruit male applicants.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Sears C.E.O. Says His Firm Would Buy Retailer's Kenmore Brand
Edward Lampert, whose ESL Investments owns a controlling stake in Sears, proposed a deal that would yield cash for the company in exchange for several of its remaining assets, including real estate.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Craft Distillers, Facing Lower Taxes, Invest in Themselves
A little-publicized amendment in the new tax law shows the growing political clout of American spirits producers, particularly the smaller ones.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

‘Avengers,' the Most Lucrative Movie Franchise Ever, Is Wrapping Up. Why?
The Russo brothers pushed to bring the Avengers series to a close — in a two-part extravaganza beginning with "Infinity War" — and Marvel listened.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Wedding Is Hit by Airstrike in Yemen, Killing More Than 20
The attack by the Saudi-led military coalition also wounded dozens, including the groom, with children among many of the dead and injured, according to a local official.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Hawaiian Food Is Flourishing … in Utah?
The restaurant chain Mo' Bettahs has found success appealing to Utah's dominant religious group: Mormons, who have long had ties to Polynesia.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Driebes Journal: Vanishing Spanish Village Sees a Future in Its Roman Past
Running out of inhabitants, an ailing Spanish village recently discovered that it was once a thriving Roman town.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Waffle House Shooting: Nashville on Edge as Suspect Remains at Large
The police said there had been "no credible sightings" of Travis J. Reinking, who has been accused of killing four people at a restaurant early Sunday.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Critic's Notebook: ‘I Feel Pretty' and the Rise of Beauty-Standard Denialism
Coursing through pop culture, this attitude puts the onus on women to improve their self-esteem instead of criticizing societal beauty standards.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

California Today: California Today: San Francisco's Spiritual Bastion Gets Behind Its Beyoncé Mass
Monday: outrage in Ventura after a stabbing, the author Junot Díaz thrills L.A. and a look at the climate records of Gov. Jerry Brown's would-be successors.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, Gives Birth to a Boy
The third child of Catherine and Prince William was born Monday morning, weighing 8 pounds and seven ounces.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

‘I'm Not a Hero,' Says Unarmed Man Who Wrested Rifle From Waffle House Gunman
James Shaw Jr. grabbed an AR-15 from a shooter's hands early on Sunday, likely stopping further bloodshed in a Waffle House outside Nashville.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Airstrike on Wedding Kills More Than 20 in Yemen
The attack by the Saudi-led military coalition also wounded dozens, including the groom, with children among many of the dead and injured, according to a local official.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Renaissance Tapestries Are Out. But Today's Are Having a Renaissance.
They were once the most expensive variety of art, but old tapestries can now sell for less than they originally cost.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

North Korea, Emmanuel Macron, Waffle House: Your Monday Briefing
Here's what you need to know to start your day.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Richard Carranza: ‘As the Chancellor, I Ultimately Own Everything'
In an interview, the schools chief talked about where he differs from Mayor de Blasio, his commitment to desegregation and his vision for the system.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

The Checkup: Helping Kids With A.D.H.D., and Their Families, Thrive
"People don't truly understand what A.D.H.D. is and why a kid who's bright can't just grit his teeth and get it done," a child psychiatrist says.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

New York Today: New York Today: A Special Election
Monday: How a handful of races could change New York politics, the Supreme Court vs. Martin Luther King Jr., and a celebration of language.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

The Stone: It's Westworld. What's Wrong With Cruelty to Robots?
The makers of the HBO series have produced a powerful work of philosophy.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Four Geniuses, Gone to AIDS, as They Might Be Today
The epidemic didn't just deprive us of millions of lives — it deprived us of decades of potential masterpieces of fashion, art, design, theater and dance.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Infinitesimal Odds: A Scientist Finds Her Child's Rare Illness Stems From the Gene She Studies
When it comes to studying the genetics of the brain, Soo-Kyung Lee is a star, yet she was stunned to discover the cause of her daughter's devastating disabilities.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Nonfiction: The State That Foreshadows America's Future
Lawrence Wright's "God Save Texas" is a loving and skeptical portrait of the place he calls home.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

M.T.A. Pins Its Hopes on Unproven Technology to Fix Subway
Subway officials hope ultra-wideband radio will help modernize the signal system, but the technology has not been used on a major transit system.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

The New Health Care: California, Coffee and Cancer: One of These Doesn't Belong
A judge's ruling on warning labels for coffee isn't backed by evidence and could do more harm than good.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, Is in Early Stages of Labor, Palace Says
Catherine and her husband, Prince William, announced in September that they were expecting their third child.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Holstering the K-Pop, South Korea Silences Propaganda at the DMZ
For decades, loudspeakers have blared demoralizing messages and pop songs across the Demilitarized Zone, beckoning North Korean troops to defect.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

With Death in Streets, Nicaragua Cancels Social Security Revamp
President Daniel Ortega reversed course after student rallies turned into what experts called the largest uprising in Nicaragua since its civil war.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Setting Tone for Post-Presidency, Obama Will Speak in South Africa on Tolerance
Barack Obama does not plan to take on President Trump directly, but an adviser said the former president would not shrink from confronting the divisive issues around his successor.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

For Politicians Scraping Bottom, a Scarce Resource: Impeachment Lawyers
Despite the high stakes and bright lights, the nation's statehouse impeachment bar is but a handful of battle-tested lawyers. The next test may be in Missouri.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

A Gay Referee Tries to Find His Place in Hockey
Andrea Barone nearly quit his job as a minor league hockey referee after years of hearing coaches and players use anti-gay language during games.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

How to Spot and Overcome Your Hidden Weaknesses
We're generally pretty awful at assessing our skills. But there's hope.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Springtime in Paris Brings Macron a Deluge of Challenges
A half-century after France erupted in protests, it's doing so again. But 2018 is not 1968.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Macron Meets His Moment of Truth
A half-century after France erupted in protests, it's doing so again. But 2018 is not 1968.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Op-Ed Contributor: What Fuels the Saudi Rivalry With Iran?
Saudi Arabia often talks about pushing back a dangerous Iranian threat, but the foreign policy emanating from Riyadh is driven primarily by domestic politics.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

South Korea Silences Propaganda Loudspeakers on Border With North
For decades, the powerful speaker batteries have been a fixture along the Demilitarized Zone, beckoning soldiers to defect to the other side.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 23, 2018

Amid Protests, Nicaragua's Leader Retreats on Social Security Changes
President Daniel Ortega reversed course after student rallies turned into what experts called the largest uprising in Nicaragua since its civil war.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

Europe Edition: Brexit, Emmanuel Macron, Hemp: Your Monday Briefing
Here's what you need to know to start your day.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

By Stifling Migration, Sudan's Feared Secret Police Aid Europe
Europe is outsourcing border management to distant countries, hoping to stop migrants before they cross the Mediterranean. But there may be a high moral cost.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

Hillary Clinton Avoids Direct Reference to Comey Memos in Speech
Hillary Clinton once again compared President Trump to authoritarians, and glancingly referred to the newly declassified memos by James Comey, the former F.B.I. director.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

Professor Apologizes for Helping Cambridge Analytica Harvest Facebook Data
Aleksandr Kogan, the academic who helped harvest tens of millions of Facebook profiles in 2014, said he "never heard a word" of objection from the social media giant.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

Review: ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' Raises the Bar for Broadway Magic
J.K. Rowling's ever-popular boy wizard is all grown up in this enthralling two-part play, directed with seamless magic by John Tiffany.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

Review: Rhyme Gone Wild in ‘The Metromaniacs'
A French verse craze inspired a 1738 farce and now a comedy in couplets by David Ives.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

ISIS Spokesman Calls for Attacks on Arab Nations
For years, ISIS called for attacks abroad. In the latest speech by its spokesman, the group is focusing on enemies closer to home.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

State and Local Jobs Under Siege as a Middle-Class Gateway
Even as private employers have rebounded from the recession, the public sector's ranks have withered, and pay and benefits have lagged.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

Public Servants Are Losing Their Foothold in the Middle Class
Even as private employers have rebounded from the recession, the public sector's ranks have withered, and pay and benefits have lagged.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

Op-Ed Columnist: A Time for Big Economic Ideas
To end the worst stagnation in living standards since the Great Depression, the country needs to be bold.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

In Cuba's Change of Leadership, More Black Officials in Power
Despite progress on racial disparity in Cuba, black Cubans fare worse. A decision to select more black Cubans for the highest levels of government sends a signal.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

Op-Ed Contributor: Thank Trump, or You'll Be Sorry
The president demands gratitude. He's made "thank you" divisive.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

2 Student Murders Have Binghamton University on Edge
Weeks after a student was strangled at her home, another student was stabbed to death in his dorm.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

Editorial: Mueller Guides Us Through the Swamp
The Russia investigation has uncovered shady practices in the interlinked worlds of banking, law and lobbying that have long flourished in the dark.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

Editorial: Graft in South Africa: The People Deserve Better
The African National Congress siphons billions from funds earmarked for the poor. It is not the post-apartheid future Nelson Mandela envisioned.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

Reporter's Notebook: How's the Air in London? ‘We Should Be Worried'
Our reporter visited an artist's "pollution pods" to sample the smog and haze he recreated from cities around the globe.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

Op-Ed Columnist: America Abhors Impeachment
America has only ever impeached two presidents, but both remained in office.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

Op-Ed Contributor: The Missing History of the Columbia '68 Protests
Black students, not whites, made the events of that spring so important.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

The Missing History of the Columbia '68 Protests
Black students, not whites, made the events of that spring so important.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Apr 22, 2018

Inside One of America's Ugliest Political Feuds: Cuomo vs. de Blasio
How did two Democrats, whose politics and goals often mesh, allow their onetime friendship to deteriorate to the point of pure contempt?

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