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Nov 18, 2018

Europe Edition: Brexit, Camp Fire, Disney: Your Monday Briefing
Here's what you need to know to start your day.

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Nov 18, 2018

In a Walmart Lot, a Rough Refuge for Wildfire Evacuees
Many in California who lost all they had when their homes were destroyed are collecting in makeshift camps, as firefighters keep struggling to contain the blazes.

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Nov 18, 2018

In ‘Digital India,' Government Hands Out Free Phones to Win Votes
The leaders of one Indian state gave 2.9 million smartphones to residents, then used them to campaign for re-election. Others may copy the model.

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Nov 18, 2018

Editorial Observer: Go Ahead, Democrats. Fight Over Nancy Pelosi.
Just get it out of your systems now, please.

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Nov 18, 2018

With Sunken Argentine Sub Found, Families Demand Loved Ones' Remains
"It's not something I want — it's something I need," the mother of one of the lost sailors declared.

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Nov 18, 2018

News Analysis: Why Trump Is Sticking With the Saudi Crown Prince
President Trump does not even want to listen to evidence that could shake his confidence in the Saudi royal, a decision driven by Middle East strategy and arms sales.

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Nov 18, 2018

U.S. and China Square Off on Trade, and APEC Nations Duck for Cover
The clash between President Xi Jinping and Vice President Pence left the gathering of 21 nations in Papua New Guinea in disarray, and worried.

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Nov 18, 2018

Inside El Chapo's Vast Network: What We Know After the Trial's First Week
Surprise allegations, gory murder details and dismissed jurors were the headlines of an eventful first week in the trial of kingpin El Chapo.

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Nov 18, 2018

On Pro Football: Alex Smith's Gruesome Injury Gives Joe Theismann a Bad Flashback
Smith, the Redskins quarterback, had his leg broken in two places on Sunday, 33 years to the day after Theismann's leg was broken on national television.

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Nov 18, 2018

Looking Forward to Reconstruction
America doesn't need a liberal Trump; it needs precisely the opposite of that.

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Nov 18, 2018

Rick Scott Wins Florida Senate Race After Recount
Senator Bill Nelson, a three-term Democrat, lost his Senate seat to Florida's current Republican governor in a tight race.

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Nov 18, 2018

Migrant Caravan Is Just Yards From U.S. Border, but Long Wait Lies Ahead
As many as 10,000 Central Americans may reach Tijuana, Mexico, in the coming weeks. As the city scrambles to provide for them, a shelter has taken on the qualities of an overwhelmed refugee camp.

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Nov 18, 2018

We Need a Global Bank of Germs
With modern medicine killing off whole categories of bacteria and viruses — including benign ones that promote health — scientists propose a way to preserve microbes that may save us one day.

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Nov 18, 2018

Vote-Stealing Battle in Florida Portends More Distrust in System for 2020
More than just a flashback to 2000, the Florida recount is an ominous dry run for messaging about vote-stealing that will further erode confidence in the election process.

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Nov 18, 2018

Eliminating All Student Debt Isn't Progressive
It would be a giant welfare program for the upper middle class.

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Nov 18, 2018

Benny Tai Yiu-ting: Hong Kong Isn't What It Was, Nor What It's Supposed to Be
Beijing's political red lines here keep shifting — but always in the direction of more repression.

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Nov 18, 2018

Bloomberg Gives $1.8 Billion to Johns Hopkins for Student Aid
The donation would underwrite "need-blind" admissions and eliminate the need for low- and moderate-income students at the university to take out loans.

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Nov 18, 2018

Tests Showed Children Were Exposed to Lead. The Official Response: Challenge the Tests
For at least two decades, the New York City Housing Authority routinely disputed tests that revealed lead in its apartments. Private landlords almost never do this.

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Nov 18, 2018

If Not Pelosi, Who? The Question Hovers Over a Simmering Rebellion
Among House Democrats, some strongly believe it is time for Nancy Pelosi to step aside for new leadership. But a serious challenger has yet to step forward.

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Nov 18, 2018

The Benefits of Sharing Your Salary
Go forth and share openly and enthusiastically!

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Nov 18, 2018

New Peanut Allergy Drug Shows ‘Lifesaving' Potential
Results from a new study may lead to approval of what could be the first drug that ameliorates potentially deadly reactions in children with severe peanut allergies.

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Nov 18, 2018

An Ex-Rival and a Protégée Vie to Replace Merkel as German Conservatives' Leader
With Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany announcing that she won't run again in 2021, her party's next leader will have an instant national profile.

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Nov 18, 2018

Netanyahu, Citing Israel's Security, Tries to Salvage His Government
With members of his ministers threatening to force elections, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel pleaded, "In the middle of a battle, we do not play politics."

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Nov 18, 2018

Et Tu, Jim Mattis?
The defense secretary is the best of this administration. But even the best stumbles.

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Nov 18, 2018

Michael Bloomberg: Why I'm Giving $1.8 Billion for College Financial Aid
Let's eliminate money problems from the admissions equation for qualified students.

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Nov 18, 2018

Asia and Australia Edition: China, Brexit, India Elections: Your Monday Briefing
Here's what you need to know to start your day.

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Nov 18, 2018

Trump Says He's Unlikely to Sit for Interview in Russia Investigation
In a wide-ranging Fox News interview, the president also claimed to have had no idea that his acting attorney general viewed the Russia investigation skeptically.

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Nov 18, 2018

Bill Nelson Concedes Florida Senate Race to Rick Scott
Senator Bill Nelson, a three-term Democrat, lost his Senate seat to Florida's current Republican governor in a tight race that required two recounts.

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Nov 18, 2018

Trump Says California Can Learn From Finland on Fires. Is He Right?
Like his earlier comments about California's forest management, President Trump's remarks about how Finland prepares for wildfires were somewhat misleading.

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Nov 18, 2018

Stalemate at APEC Forum Over U.S.-China Trade Dispute: ‘Entire World Is Worried'
The standoff left the gathering of 21 nations in Papua New Guinea without a joint statement to close the event for the first time in its history.

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Nov 18, 2018

Florida Recount Nears an End as Counties Finish Manual Tally
Florida's manual recount ended at noon on Sunday. Bill Nelson, a Democrat, faces pressure to concede the Senate race to Rick Scott, a Republican.

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Nov 18, 2018

Theresa May: ‘The Next 7 Days Are Critical' for Brexit Deal
The British prime minister is planning more negotiations in Brussels. At home, she could face a no-confidence vote and rebellion from cabinet ministers.

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Nov 18, 2018

‘Fantastic Beasts' Sequel Is a Soft No. 1 at the Box Office
"The Crimes of Grindelwald," a Harry Potter prequel, took in 16 percent less than its franchise predecessor in North America. Overseas turnout was better.

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Nov 18, 2018

California's Fires Wrecked Its Air Quality: Here's How to Protect Yourself
Here are some ways to stay healthy amid the smoke and smog from California's wildfires.

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Nov 18, 2018

Brace Yourself in Act II: Trigger Warnings Come to the Stage
A number of American theaters are posting specific and comprehensive advisories about sensitive material, while others are resisting the trend.

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Nov 18, 2018

How to Protect Yourself From California's Unhealthy Air Quality
Here are some ways to stay healthy amid the smoke and smog from California's wildfires.

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Nov 18, 2018

Rich, Ancient City Is Unearthed in Greece
Archaeologists unearthed Tenea, which is thought to have been founded by Trojans. They also found tombs, coins and urns, among other items, in and around the city.

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Nov 18, 2018

Trump Cried ‘Fraud' in Florida. Ron DeSantis Said, Tone It Down.
Ron DeSantis has taken a quiet, nonconfrontational approach during the fractious recount that preceded his victory as governor.

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Nov 18, 2018

Grace Notes: The Worst Bad Poem? There's a Contest for That
An annual student competition at Columbia University seeks the rottenest of rotten rhymes and blank verses.

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Nov 18, 2018

U.S.-China Trade Dispute Leaves Asia-Pacific Forum Without Consensus
The standoff left the gathering of 21 nations in Papua New Guinea without a joint statement to close the event for the first time in its history.

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Nov 18, 2018

Et Tu Jim Mattis?
The defense secretary is the best of this administration. But even the best stumbles.

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Nov 18, 2018

Times Insider: Making Business More Colorful
A Q. and A. with Wendy MacNaughton, the illustrator of Meanwhile, a new column exploring the people, places and things we usually overlook.

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Nov 18, 2018

California, Facebook, Thanksgiving: Your Weekend Briefing
Here's what you need to know about the week's top stories.

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Nov 18, 2018

A Queens Jogger's Murder Shook the City. Two Years Later, an Emotional Trial Unfolds.
Jurors on Monday will begin deliberations in the case against Chanel Lewis, who is charged with sexually assaulting and murdering Karina Vetrano in 2016.

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Nov 18, 2018

‘S.N.L.' and Host Steve Carell Take Aim at the Midterm Elections and Jeff Bezos
Carell also appeared in a reunion of sorts with some of his former cast mates from "The Office."

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Nov 18, 2018

‘S.N.L.' Takes Aim at the Midterm Elections and Jeff Bezos
The episode was hosted by Steve Carell, who appeared in a reunion of sorts with some of his former cast mates from "The Office."

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Nov 18, 2018

Ron DeSantis Seeks Softer Tone From Trump
Ron DeSantis has taken a quiet, nonconfrontational approach during the fractious recount that preceded his victory as governor.

NYTimes Global
Nov 17, 2018

Victoria's Secret? In 2018, Fewer Women Want to Hear It
The lingerie company has clung to the idea that women should look sexy for men. And its stock is falling.

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Nov 17, 2018

A Democratic Rout in Orange County: Cisneros's Win Makes It Four
With the election of Gil Cisneros to the seat held by the retiring Representative Ed Royce, Democrats have captured six Republican seats in California.

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Nov 17, 2018

Notre Dame 36, Syracuse 3: With Poise and Pinstripes, Notre Dame Rolls Past Syracuse in the Bronx
The emphatic victory moved the Fighting Irish closer to an undefeated regular season and bolstered their chances to be part of the championship playoff.

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Nov 17, 2018

Masks, Purifiers and Other Steps to Reduce the Harmful Effects of California's Smoke
Here are some ways to stay healthy amid the smoke and smog from California's wildfires.

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Nov 17, 2018

Trump, Touring Fire Ruins in California, Repeats Disputed Claim on Forest Management
In the incinerated remains of Paradise, the president suggested that forest management was a "very big problem" in California's wildfire crisis.

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Nov 17, 2018

Zuckerberg Defends Company in Friday Meeting with Employees
Facebook's co-founder and other executives, including Sheryl Sandberg, answered employees' questions after a New York Times investigation of the company.

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Nov 17, 2018

White Kansas Official's ‘Master Race' Comment Draws Calls for His Resignation
The Kansas official was addressing a black consultant when he used the phrase, prompting the governor to call for his resignation days later.

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Nov 17, 2018

SURFACING: For Jewish Israelis of Yemenite Heritage, Reviving a Past
Prewedding henna ceremonies have regained popularity in Israel's Jewish Yemenite community, an expression of ethnic pride in their heritage and traditions.

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Nov 17, 2018

Hundreds of Thousands in France Protest Taxes by Blocking Roads
The country's "Yellow Vest" movement demonstrated nationwide, blocking roads and roundabouts, to register anger about fuel taxes and the loss of purchasing power.

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Nov 17, 2018

Midterms Aside, Big Donors See a Leftward Path to Beating Trump
Even though moderate Democrats helped propel the party in the midterm elections, influential donors suggested that their priority in 2020 would be to back progressive appeals in Sun Belt states.

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Nov 17, 2018

Andrew Gillum Concedes to Ron DeSantis in Florida Governor's Race
The mayor of Tallahassee, Andrew Gillum, publicly congratulated his Ron DeSantis in winning the governor's race after a closely fought campaign and two recounts.

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Nov 17, 2018

Mystery of Lost Argentine Submarine Ends a Year Later, Deep at Sea
The San Juan, which disappeared with 44 aboard, was found almost 2,600 feet below the ocean's surface by a private company the government had hired.

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Nov 17, 2018

Top White House Official Involved in Saudi Sanctions Resigns
The official, who had pushed for tough measures, resigned on Friday as the Trump administration wrestles with internal assessments about the killing of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

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Nov 17, 2018

Doomed Argentine Submarine With 44 Aboard Is Found a Year Later
The San Juan, which disappeared last November, was found almost 2,600 feet below the ocean's surface by a private company the government had hired.

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Nov 17, 2018

Will Theresa May Be ‘Poleaxed'? The Tories Turn to Poison-Pen Letters
The British prime minister's critics have triggered an archaic, secretive no-confidence procedure that allows dissatisfied lawmakers to oust the Tory leader.

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Nov 17, 2018

news analysis: These Americans Are Done With Politics
The Exhausted Majority needs a break.

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Nov 17, 2018

Loose Ends: Safe Topics to Discuss This Holiday Season
Stick to the weather. What could possibly go wrong?

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Nov 17, 2018

Trump Is Beginning to Lose His Grip
It isn't just white suburban women who switched to Democrats. Parts of rural and white working class America peeled off too.

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Nov 17, 2018

How to Be Grateful Without Rolling Your Eyes
Sure, telling dinner guests what you're thankful for can feel contrived. Do it anyway.

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Nov 17, 2018

Gray Matter: The Psychology of Political Polarization
Our country is divided, but science suggests the rift is less severe than it seems.

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Nov 17, 2018

E Tu Jim Mattis?
The defense secretary is the best of this administration. But even the best stumbles.

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Nov 17, 2018

Democrats, Don't Procrastinate on America's Health
If lawmakers hope to build on the Affordable Care Act and fix its flaws, they have to get to work now.

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Nov 17, 2018

Op-Ed Columnist: Too Rich to Jail
Did Donald Trump capitalize on Barack Obama's failure to whack bankers?

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Nov 17, 2018

Sheep Without Shepherds
For ordinary Catholics, the failures of their leaders have created a two-decade test of faith.

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Nov 17, 2018

The Dangerous Naïveté of Trump and Xi
The United States and China may be on a collision course yet their presidents each underestimate the pain the other could inflict.

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Nov 17, 2018

America's Election Grid Remains a Patchwork of Vulnerabilities
The midterms showed that there aren't enough qualified poll workers and that accusations of political manipulation persist. Still, the situation has improved since Bush v. Gore.

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Nov 17, 2018

Meanwhile: How Californians Are Breathing in the ‘New Abnormal' of Epic Fires
An illustrated look at the face masks that are now everywhere on the streets of San Francisco and other smoke-ridden cities.

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Nov 17, 2018

Facebook Fallout Ruptures Democrats' Longtime Alliance With Silicon Valley
Tech giants have found key allies among Democrats for years, a bond strengthened through mutual interests and campaign donations. But a year of scandals has forced a reckoning in Washington.

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Nov 17, 2018

In California, One Community Reflects on a Fire as Others Still Burn
So it is in California that as one town is only starting to comprehend its losses, another community is commemorating their last big wildfire.

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Nov 17, 2018

A Gay Councilman in Texas, Ousted From Office, Says He Was Blackmailed With Naked Photos
Cross Coburn said he was targeted by voters in Grove, Tex., because of his sexuality. Now he's challenging the validity of signatures on the petition that led to a recall election.

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Nov 17, 2018

Victoria's Secret? In 2018, Fewer Women Want to Hear It.
The lingerie company has clung to the idea that women should look sexy for men. And sales are plummeting.

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Nov 17, 2018

A School Strike That Never Quite Ended
The struggle over who should teach in the Ocean Hill-Brownsville district of Brooklyn 50 years ago changed the trajectory of modern liberalism.

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Nov 17, 2018

What if Holidays Could Save the Planet?
After a year (or two) of natural disasters, some people are rethinking what it means to be green and charitable during the holiday season.

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Nov 17, 2018

‘We Were Told That He Did Not Play a Role' in Khashoggi Killing, Trump Says of Saudi Crown Prince
The president said he would be briefed about the killing of a dissident journalist as he traveled to California to meet with those affected by the wildfires.

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Nov 17, 2018

Air Quality in California: Devastating Fires Lead to a New Danger
A week after the most destructive fire in state history ripped through this small town, the flames have been replaced by a new danger: the air.

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Nov 17, 2018

Trump and Acosta: When Showboats Collide
The codependent love-hate relationship between Trump and the media.

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Nov 17, 2018

How to Make Facebook's ‘Supreme Court' Work
The idea of a body that will decide what kind of content is allowed on the site is promising — but only if it's done right.

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Nov 17, 2018

Are Jared and Ivanka Good for the Jews?
Jewish communities stand more divided than ever on whether to embrace or denounce Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump.

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Nov 17, 2018

The Kilogram is Dead. Long Live the Kilogram!
After a vote (and a century of research), the standard measure for mass is redefined, and the long reign of Le Grand K is ended.

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Nov 17, 2018

Trump Proposes a New Way Around Birth Control Mandate: Religious Exemptions and Title X
Women who are unable to obtain health insurance coverage for contraceptives through their employers could seek assistance at family planning clinics, the administration says.

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Nov 17, 2018

Encounters: Brian Tyree Henry Finds Wisdom at an Arcade
The actor, known for playing Paper Boi on "Atlanta," appears in two highly anticipated movies this fall.

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Nov 17, 2018

How to Talk to People, According to Terry Gross
The NPR host offers 8 spicy tips for having better conversations.

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Nov 17, 2018

Evangelicals, Looking to 2020, Face the Limits of Their Base
In the aftermath of the midterms, some social conservatives advocate a softer approach to prevent an erosion at the edges of their support.

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Nov 17, 2018

‘Tell Everyone We Scalped You!' How Caste Still Rules in India
While India is undergoing tremendous change, caste discrimination is still a force. Those who rebel against are often met with unchecked brutality.

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Nov 17, 2018

Hazing, Humiliation, Terror: Working While Female in Federal Prison
Inmates expose themselves and threaten rape. Male guards let them do it. Women who complain are ‘pretty much blackballed.'

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Nov 17, 2018

Hong Kong Dispatch: A Rural Patch of Hong Kong Where Rare Birds Sing and Developers Circle
A bucolic corner of Hong Kong attracts bird-watchers and bicyclists eager to escape the crowds. But the area is increasingly attractive to developers.

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Nov 17, 2018

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads
Facebook's crisis map. Viola Davis and Steve McQueen on authenticity in art. To brine or not to brine your turkey? Stan Lee is dead. And more.

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Nov 17, 2018

The Long-Term Cost When Graduates Move Back Home
Living in your childhood bedroom? Actually, young adults who are given financial help instead of living rent-free at home do better professionally.

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Nov 17, 2018

Argentine Submarine That Vanished With 44 Aboard Is Found, Navy Says
The San Juan, which went missing a year ago, was found deep in waters off the Valdes Peninsula in Argentine Patagonia, the country's navy said early Saturday.

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Nov 16, 2018

Nearly 3,000 Votes Disappeared From Florida's Recount. That's Not Supposed to Happen
None of the discrepancies are enough to affect the outcome of races. But they call into question the reliability of the state's elections.

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Nov 16, 2018

Florida Recounts Senate Votes Yet Again, and Nelson's Chances Dwindle
A manual recount was underway in two still-undecided statewide elections in Florida, including the race for the Senate.

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Nov 16, 2018

California Utility Gets Reassurance on Wildfire Liability
Pacific Gas and Electric shares ended a six-day plunge after a state regulator said his agency would consider the company's finances in setting rates.

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Nov 16, 2018

List of Missing in California Fire Is Over 1,000 People. Here Is How They're Being Counted.
The news that more than 1,000 people are still missing in and around the Northern California town devastated by wildfire shocked even people helping with the search.

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