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Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 19, 2020

China Reports New Cases of Deadly Virus, Adding to Fears of Outbreak
The spread of the pneumonialike illness comes ahead of the Lunar New Year, when hundreds of millions will travel.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 19, 2020

How Conor McGregor Beat Donald Cerrone at U.F.C. 246
Conor McGregor, the U.F.C.'s biggest star, stopped Donald Cerrone with a quick, explosive flurry of strikes.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 19, 2020

China Reports New Cases of Deadly Virus, Adding to Outbreak Concerns
The spread of the pneumonialike illness comes ahead of Lunar New Year, when hundreds of millions of people in China will travel.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 19, 2020

U.F.C. 246 Live Updates and Results: McGregor Beats Cerrone in 40 Seconds
Conor McGregor, the U.F.C.'s biggest star, stopped Donald Cerrone with a quick, explosive flurry of strikes.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

U.F.C. 246 Live Updates: Ferreira Submits Pettis With a Choke
Conor McGregor, the U.F.C.'s biggest star, returns to the octagon on Saturday night. His main event fight against Donald Cerrone will likely happen after midnight Eastern.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

China Reports 17 New Cases of Mysterious Virus
The spread of the pneumonialike illness adds to fears of a broader outbreak ahead of China's busiest travel season.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Facebook Apologizes for Vulgar Translation of Chinese Leader's Name
"This should not have happened and we are taking steps to ensure it doesn't happen again," the company said.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Sanders and Warren Try to Tone Down Rift. Some of Their Supporters Seem Less Willing.
The two progressive candidates seem to be trying to play down their differences that came into view over the past week. But many of their supporters were not ready to move on.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

A Surge of Migrants Rushes a Mexican Border Crossing
The latest influx from Guatemala is testing Mexico's resolve to restrict the movement of undocumented migrants under pressure from the United States.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

U.F.C. 246 Live Updates: McGregor vs. Cowboy
Conor McGregor, the U.F.C.'s biggest star, is back in the octagon after spending all of 2019 away from mixed martial arts.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Trump's Defense Team Calls Impeachment Charges ‘Brazen' as Democrats Make Legal Case
In a six-page filing formally responding to the impeachment charges, President Trump's lawyers rejected the case against him as illegitimate and described the effort to remove him as dangerous.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Winter Storm Brings Heavy Snow to the Midwest, Disrupting Travel
Temperatures in the Twin Cities area are expected to fall below zero Saturday night, while parts of New Jersey can expect to see several inches of snow, meteorologists said.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

A Climate Show Was Canceled. Then Came the Finger-Pointing.
One of the nation's most successful theaters, the Public, shortened the run of a monologue by a prominent artist-activist, Josh Fox. Now each party is blaming the other.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Trump Legal Team Denies Impeachment Charges in First Official Response
In a six-page letter formally responding to the impeachment charges, President Trump's lawyers rejected the case against him as illegitimate and called the effort to remove him dangerous.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Issues Abound at 4th Women's March, ‘But It All Ties Into Trump'
Marchers at the more than 250 events around the country said the administration's policies could not be separated from the matters they were protesting.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Battered but Resilient After China's Crackdown
An ancient Muslim town, Yarkand is a cultural cradle for the Uighurs, who have experienced mass detentions. A rare visit revealed how people there have endured the upheavals.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Putin the Immortal
The Russian leader is maneuvering to stay in power indefinitely. Why stop there?

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Winter Storm That Dumped Snow in the Midwest Is Headed for the Northeast
Temperatures in the Twin Cities area are expected to fall below zero Saturday night, while parts of New Jersey can expect to see several inches of snow, meteorologists said.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Clashes Shake Beirut as Anti-Government Protests Explode in Violence
Demonstrators and security forces battled in the worst violence yet after three months of protests against Lebanon's political elite.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Harry and Meghan Give Up Royal Titles, Forgo State Funding
The agreement represents one of the most dramatic ruptures within the British royal family since King Edward VIII abdicated the throne in 1936 to marry an American woman, Wallis Simpson.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Capt. ‘Sully' Sullenberger: Like Joe Biden, I Once Stuttered, Too. I Dare You to Mock Me.
The retired pilot responds to recent comments from the president's daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, on the way the former vice president talks.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Women's March, Year 4: Broader Issues and More Controversy
More than 250 demonstrations are planned in cities across the United States.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

National Archives Apologizes for Altering Image of 2017 Women's March
A photo from the march displayed at the National Archives was altered to blur signs that were critical of President Trump or might be offensive, officials said.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Are My Friends' Deaths Their Fault or Ours?
We need to move from pointing fingers to offering helping hands.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Technology Throws a Curveball to a Sport Built on Deceit. Or Is It Gamesmanship?
Baseball's sign-stealing scandal reflects a blurred line between being clever and breaking rules, a distinction that baseball and its unique codes of behavior have long wrestled with.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

The Chinese Population Crisis
How Communist cruelty and Western folly built an underpopulation bomb.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Starr Chamber: The Sequel
President Trump reaches deep into the perv barrel for his defense team.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Senate Republicans Are Bathed in Shame
There's no "impartial justice," just protection of Trump at all costs.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Prince Harry and Meghan to Give Up Royal Titles
The couple will also forgo state funding in an unusual arrangement intended to end the crisis wrought by their plans to step back from their royal duties.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Impeachment Trial Puts Susan Collins, Stung by Kavanaugh Backlash, Under Scrutiny
The four-term Maine senator, who crossed party lines to vote against President Clinton's impeachment, must now decide whether to break with President Trump.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Women's March, Year 4: What to Know and What to Expect
More than 250 demonstrations are planned in cities across the United States.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

When Are You Really an Adult?
America has been inconsistent at best when it comes to deciding what 18- to 21-year-olds are too young, or just old enough, to do.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

What to Watch From U.F.C. 246: Cowboy vs. McGregor
Conor McGregor, the U.F.C.'s biggest star, is back in the octagon after spending all of 2019 away from mixed martial arts.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Trump on Virginia Gun Dispute: 2nd Amendment ‘Under Very Serious Attack'
The president weighed in before thousands were expected to gather in Virginia's capital for a gun rights rally.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Why Electing a Female President Is Secondary for Some Women
In the Trump era, some voters say the power of a symbolic first is overshadowed by anxiety about defeating him.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

The Book That Changed My Life
Our readers offer a heartfelt tribute to the power of the written word, paying homage to Orwell, Thoreau, Betty Friedan, Julia Child and Dr. Seuss, to name but a few.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

The Changing Colors of Istanbul
Orhan Pamuk walks through his city, photographing its streets at night. He discovers new light and new realities.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Venezuela's Only Choice Left
Juan Guaidó should harness his renewed international support to obtain electoral conditions that lead to free and fair elections.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

How Did Americans Lose Faith in Everything?
Our institutions lost the capacity to mold character and have become platforms for performance instead.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Downed Plane's Black Boxes Will Go to Ukraine, Iranian Media Says
A spokeswoman for Ukraine's president said she could not confirm that its authorities were receiving the data recorders from the jet Iran mistakenly shot down, killing 176.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

S.U.V. in Forbidden City Prompts Rage at China's Rich
Two women posed with a Mercedes in a revered site usually barred to vehicles, and became unwilling symbols of the wealth and privilege President Xi Jinping has promised to rein in.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Pledging to Go Vegan, at Least for January
Veganuary, a campaign that started in the United Kingdom, has made its way to these shores.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Technology Throws a Curveball to a Sport Built on Cheating. Or Gamesmanship?
Baseball's sign-stealing scandal reflects a blurred line between being clever and breaking rules, a distinction that baseball and its unique codes of behavior have long wrestled with.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

As Five Star Party Risks Implosion, Italy Fears the Fallout
The populists who upended Italian politics are struggling with defections, plummeting poll numbers and the compromises of government. What comes next could be worse.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Why Europe Is Finally Paying Attention to Libya
As potential oil and gas bonanzas intensify the jockeying over Libya and the fate of its precarious internationally backed government hangs in the balance, the Continent is suddenly getting involved.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

The Secretive Company That Might End Privacy as We Know It
A little-known start-up helps law enforcement match photos of unknown people to their online images — and "might lead to a dystopian future or something," a backer says.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Walk, Run, Cha-Cha
Paul and Millie Cao lost their youth to the aftermath of the Vietnam War. Forty years later, they are rediscovering themselves on the dance floor.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

With Brexit Looming, Experts Worry Women May Be Hit Hardest
Britain's withdrawal from the European Union could lead to job cuts, particularly for women, and a rollback of a slew of legal protections.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

SpaceX Test Delayed to Sunday
A successful demonstration of the abort system on the company's Crew Dragon capsule would set up the next flight, which is to have astronauts aboard.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Would a 37-Year-Old Woman Be Where Pete Buttigieg Is?
Conversations with 37-year-old women in politics might offer some answers.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Sex, Power and Fury: The Mystery of a Death at Guantánamo Bay
The federal trial of a former commander of the naval base put a spotlight on life at the isolated and secretive outpost best known for its terrorist court and prison.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

The Women's March, Year 4: What to Know and What to Expect
More than 250 demonstrations are planned in cities across the United States.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads
Awkwafina returns to Queens. A Maine paper mill finds a savior in China. Olivia Palermo. Mohammed bin Zayed. Dog the Bounty Hunter. And more.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Sanders vs. Warren: This Week in the 2020 Race
Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren argue over what was said at a private 2018 meeting, their dispute takes center stage at the debate and Cory Booker says goodbye.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

As Libya Descends Into Chaos, Foreign Powers Look for a Way Out
A meeting in Berlin on Sunday will seek an exit to one of the Middle East's most intractable proxy wars.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Lakers and Clippers: The Back-to-Back to Beware
Rarely have the two Los Angeles N.B.A. teams been good at the same time. Now they are both great — and visiting opponents are struggling.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

In Oval Office Meeting, Trump Expresses Regret on Vaping Policy
The president interrupted a meeting with campaign advisers to scold his health and human services secretary about the administration's ban on most flavored e-cigarettes.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Conor McGregor and U.F.C. Attempt a Shift Away from Heel Status
With some selective spin, the mixed-martial arts promotion has been billing its biggest star as past most of his legal troubles since a loss in October 2018.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 18, 2020

Donations Are Pouring Into Australia. Now What?
As people around the world respond to the fire crisis, organizations find themselves trying to efficiently distribute tens of millions of dollars.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

A Blow to the Head Makes an Instant Hero in India
Aishe Ghosh, a young woman who was set upon at a campus demonstration, has become an icon in India's growing protest movement.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Democrats Release More Material From Lev Parnas on Ukraine Campaign
Texts raised more questions about information suggesting that the United States ambassador to Ukraine was under surveillance.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Trump Legal Team Adds Starr and Dershowitz for Senate Trial
Ken Starr and a third lawyer named to the team, Robert Ray, were independent counsels who investigated President Bill Clinton.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Canada Offers Compensation to Families of Victims of Plane Downed in Iran
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that the payments to Canadian families of victims do not absolve Iran from providing compensation.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

What to Know About the Virginia Gun Rally
The governor declared a state of emergency and the F.B.I. has made several arrests. Here's what you need to know ahead of Monday's rally.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Why Americans Supported Prohibition 100 Years Ago
Temperance crusaders weren't crackpots. They were fighting the business of making money off addiction.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

War Has Ripple Effects
I am a military widow. I know what the true cost of conflict is.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Robert Ray Wanted to Indict Clinton. He Thinks Trump Will Be Vindicated
As Ken Starr's successor, Mr. Ray ended up striking a deal that prevented Mr. Clinton from being prosecuted.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

SpaceX Prepares to Destroy Rocket for NASA in Safety Test
A successful test on Saturday morning might set up a flight in March with astronauts aboard the company's Crew Dragon capsule.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Putin and the Art of Stepping Down Gracefully While Keeping a Grip on Power
The Russian president may be leaving the presidency in 2024, but he is not about to retire. That could be dangerous for Russian stability — and himself.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Can Anyone Save the G.O.P.?
Bill Weld tries a Granite State carom shot.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

No, Mr. President, It Does Really Matter
Trump has no clear rationale for killing Iran's top general, or for much of his foreign policy.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Eminem Faces Backlash Over Lyrics About Deadly Attack at Ariana Grande Concert
The mayor of Manchester, England, said a new song by the rapper was "unnecessarily hurtful and deeply disrespectful."

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

How Trump Is Spreading a Conspiracy Theory About Pelosi, Biden and Sanders
President Trump claims Nancy Pelosi has intentionally undermined Bernie Sanders's presidential campaign by delaying the impeachment trial. Mr. Sanders denounced that theory on Friday.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Rapper Pop Smoke Is Charged With Stealing a $375,000 Rolls-Royce
The rising star is accused of transporting the car to New York from Los Angeles. It was found outside his mother's Brooklyn home.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Weinstein Jury Has Only 2 White Women as Prosecutors Protest
The defense is "systematically eliminating every young white woman," a prosecutor said during jury selection.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Marco Rubio: Investing in China Is Not a Good Deal
It will result in American capital flowing to a regime that undermines our country. This is not a win.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

W.H.O. Warns That Pipeline for New Antibiotics Is Running Dry
In two new reports, the global health agency says only government intervention can fix the broken market for new antimicrobial drugs.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Who Is the Man Behind the Gun Rally That Has Virginia On Edge?
Philip Van Cleave is a prominent voice for gun rights in the state and beyond.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Trump Says the U.S. Is Ready for War. Not All His Troops Are So Sure.
A series of accidents calls the military's preparedness into question.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

When Trump's Thugs Turn on Him
Lev Parnas has shown us Trumpism from the inside.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Citing Murder, Top Trump Official Condemns N.Y. Sanctuary Policy
"A phone call, one simple phone call, and Ms. Fuertes would be alive today," the ICE head said, referring to a 92-year-old woman killed in Queens.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

As Powers Jostle for Influence in Libya, Europe Finally Pays Attention
After the entry of Russia and Turkey into the conflict, Germany will host a gathering on Sunday to try to persuade warring factions — and their influential patrons — to give peace talks a chance.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Trump Targets Michelle Obama's School Lunch Program on Her Birthday
The Agriculture Department proposed a rule that would further unravel nutrition standards set by Mrs. Obama when she was first lady.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Nature Shows Are Hot Again
Wildlife's global, family appeal, when the environment is "the issue of the age," gives Netflix and its rivals a rich supply of new content.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Ken Starr, School Meals, N.F.L.: Your Friday Evening Briefing
Here's what you need to know at the end of the day.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Please Stop Big Tech, Small Rivals Tell Lawmakers
Until Friday, few executives had complained in public about how Google, Apple, Amazon and Facebook hurt their businesses.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Ex-Rep. Chris Collins Gets 26-Month Prison Sentence in Insider Trading Case
The former Republican congressman had pleaded guilty to giving his son nonpublic information about a drug company.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Supreme Court to Consider Limits on Contraception Coverage
The justices will weigh Trump administration regulations allowing employers to refuse to provide access to birth control on religious or moral grounds.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

A Mother and Son, Fleeing for Their Lives Over Treacherous Terrain
Jeanine Cummins's much-anticipated novel "American Dirt," about Mexican migrants crossing to America, is well intentioned. Is that enough?

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

They ‘Would Love to See a Woman in Office,' but It's Not Priority No. 1
In the Trump era, some voters say the power of a symbolic first is overshadowed by anxiety about defeating him.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

For Shrinking Cities, an Aggressive Way to Dodge the Census Bullet
Places where the population is declining know it could cost them money after the 2020 head count is taken. The solution: Expand their borders to add more residents.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Democrats Can Qualify for the Next Debate by Winning a Single Delegate in Iowa
The candidates can take a new path to the stage for the next debate, to be held Feb. 7 in New Hampshire.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Pressured by Simmons Over Exposé, Oprah Winfrey Faced a Big Decision
Ms. Winfrey acknowledged that Russell Simmons pushed her to abandon a documentary about his accusers, but said her own concerns led her to pull support.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Trump Targets Michelle Obama's School Nutrition Guidelines on Her Birthday
The Agriculture Department proposed a rule that would further unravel nutrition standards set by Mrs. Obama when she was first lady.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Investing in China Is Not a Good Deal
It will result in American capital flowing to a regime that undermines our country. This is not a win.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

The Injustice of This Moment Is Not an ‘Aberration'
From mass incarceration to mass deportation, our nation remains in deep denial.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Trump's Evil Is Contagious
The president has shown us exactly what happens when good people do nothing.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

Three U.S. Airports to Check Passengers for a Deadly Chinese Coronavirus
Passengers from Wuhan, China, will be screened at J.F.K. beginning Friday night, and in San Francisco and Los Angeles starting on Saturday.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

$8 Billion Verdict in Drug Lawsuit Is Reduced to $6.8 Million
A Philadelphia judge lowered the damages in a case that claimed Johnson & Johnson played down the risks of an antipsychotic drug.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jan 17, 2020

All the President's Thugs
Of course Lev Parnas is unreliable. He worked for Trump.

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