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Oct 03, 2022

Herschel Walker Paid for an Abortion for Ex-Girlfriend, Report Says
Mr. Walker called the report a lie, after The Daily Beast, which has also broken news about Mr. Walker's out-of-wedlock children, reported that a former girlfriend had the procedure in 2009.

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Oct 03, 2022

North Korea Fires Ballistic Missile Over Japan in Major Escalation
The test-firing was the latest in a flurry of launches by the North. The missile flew over Japan and landed in the Pacific.

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Oct 03, 2022

Art Withers in a Country Where Anything Can Be Deemed a Threat
In Bangladesh, a crackdown on free speech has left filmmakers in a Kafkaesque bind as their movies are blocked for vague reasons.

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Oct 03, 2022

North Korea Fires Missile Over Japan in Major Escalation
The test-firing was the latest in a flurry of launches by the North. The missile flew over Japan and landed in the Pacific.

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Oct 03, 2022

Lawyer Declined Trump Request to Tell Archives All Material Was Returned
When asked to say the former president had no more government documents after the return of 15 boxes in January, the lawyer, Alex Cannon, would not do so, uncertain of whether it was true.

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Oct 03, 2022

In Retreat on Ukrainian Fronts, Russia Shows Signs of Disarray
Confusion and recriminations marked the Russian efforts to call up draftees and claim sovereignty over Ukrainian territory, as well as the Russian response to battlefield setbacks.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Boys and Men Are in Crisis Because Society Is
A new book has the right diagnosis, but its solutions are too small.

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Oct 03, 2022

Russia's Small Nuclear Arms Are a Risk For Putin and Ukraine
President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia has 2,000 small nuclear weapons, but their utility on the battlefield may not be worth the longer-term costs.

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Oct 03, 2022

Russia's Small Nuclear Arms: A Risky Option for Putin and Ukraine Alike
President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia has 2,000 small nuclear weapons, but their utility on the battlefield may not be worth the longer-term costs.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Supreme Court Takes Up Challenge to Social Media Platforms' Shield
The family of a student killed in terrorist attacks challenged a 1996 law that gives websites immunity for suits based on their users' posts.

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Oct 03, 2022

Three Huge Supreme Court Cases That Could Change America
The justices will soon hear major cases on voting rights, affirmative action and partisan gerrymandering. Here's a preview.

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Oct 03, 2022

6 Takeaways From the Report on Sexual Misconduct in Women's Soccer
The report focused on three coaches who have been accused of abuse and the lack of action by leaders at U.S. Soccer and the National Women's Soccer League.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Top Republican Pledges to Make House Intelligence Committee Less Partisan
If Republicans take Congress, Representative Michael R. Turner says, he wants to focus on oversight and national security issues. But he is likely to face pressure from his own party.

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Oct 03, 2022

Few Customers Get Refunds for ‘Rampant' Zelle Fraud, Senator's Report Says
Elizabeth Warren's analysis of fraud and scam complaints on the payment network found that banks at times violate a federal consumer protection law.

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Oct 03, 2022

Elizabeth Warren's Report Says Few Customers Get Refunds for Zelle Fraud
Elizabeth Warren's analysis of fraud and scam complaints on the payment network found that banks at times violate a federal consumer protection law.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Your Monday Evening Briefing
Here's what you need to know at the end of the day.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Biden Says Puerto Rico Will Get ‘Every Single Dollar Promised' in Aid
President Biden has promised $60 million in storm aid, but Deanne Criswell, the administrator of FEMA, estimated that damages from Hurricane Fiona would cost "in the billions."

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Three Ways to Build Back Smarter After Hurricane Ian
Big storms more becoming more common. That makes it crucial to take climate change into account when rebuilding.

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Oct 03, 2022

Brittney Griner's Appeal Hearing Set for Oct. 25, Russian Court Says


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Oct 03, 2022

How Liz Truss Did So Much Damage in So Few Days
The new government squandered its credibility.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Brazil Braces for ‘White-Knuckle Race' Between Bolsonaro and Lula
President Jair Bolsonaro had once looked doomed in the country's high-stakes election. But now, in a runoff, the right-wing incumbent has a path to re-election.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

New York City Is a Trivia Town
The team sport, more brain than brawn, is played in bars throughout the city and culminates in the King's Cup.

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Oct 03, 2022

Ahead of Midterms, Democrats Bet on Abortion Rights
Vulnerable Democrats in competitive districts have leaned into preserving abortion rights as a closing argument for their campaigns, buoyed by internal polls that show it has moved voters their way.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Recessions Can Be Like Hurricanes, and Vice Versa
The similarities are instructive.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

U.S. Said to Plan New Limits on China's A.I. and Supercomputing Firms
The new rules could be the most sweeping action taken yet by the Biden administration to thwart China's access to American technology that powers data centers and supercomputers.

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Oct 03, 2022

Russia strikes another hospital in Ukraine, killing at least one.


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Oct 03, 2022

Deadly Soccer Clash in Indonesia Puts Police Tactics, and Impunity, in Spotlight
Experts say officers are almost never held accountable for their actions. And in a huge police budget, billions are spent on tear gas, batons and other devices deployed during protests.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Report Details ‘Systemic' Abuse of Players in Women's Soccer
A yearlong investigation found U.S. Soccer executives, N.W.S.L. owners and coaches at all levels of American soccer had turned a blind eye toward years of reports of abuse from players.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Learning From the British Bond Debacle
The new government squandered its credibility.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

UK Prime Minister Liz Truss Drops Plan to Cut Tax Rate on High Earners
The announcement was a major capitulation by the government after the tax cuts it announced roiled financial markets and drew widespread criticism.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Silicon Valley County Battles With Uber Over Reporting of Sexual Assault
Uber does not inform the police of such incidents, citing advocacy group guidelines. But officials in Santa Clara County argue that it should.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Prosecution Makes Opening Arguments in Oath Keepers Sedition Trial
The Justice Department set out its opening arguments in the seditious conspiracy trial of Stewart Rhodes and four other members of the far-right group for their role in the Jan. 6 attack.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Modern Love Podcast: One Last Haircut
A man comes out to his wife — and breaks apart their family. Fifteen years later, we check back in.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

How to Solve Hard Crosswords
Friday, Saturday and Sunday bring some of the hardest puzzles of the week.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

At NYU, Students Were Failing Organic Chemistry. Whose Fault Was It?
Maitland Jones Jr., a respected professor, defended his standards. But students started a petition, and the university dismissed him.

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Oct 03, 2022

Strange Scenes of Ian: From a Doorbell Camera
Many people saw glimpses of the storm's impact on their homes through their phones.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Democrats' Troubles in Nevada Are a Microcosm of Nationwide Headwinds
Inflation and a rocky economy are bolstering Republicans in their races against incumbent Democrats, motivating "an electorate that simply wants change," as one G.O.P. consultant says.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

A Times Climate Event: Can Technology and Art Inspire Change?
Hear from business leaders like Laurene Powell Jobs and Brad Smith, along with storytellers and food innovators in a livestreamed Times event in San Francisco.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Biden Will Visit Puerto Rico to Survey Hurricane Damage
Utility companies are still working to restore power to thousands of customers on the island nearly two weeks after Hurricane Fiona made landfall.

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Oct 03, 2022

The Kremlin, after trumpeting annexation, admits it doesn't know where the borders are.


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Oct 03, 2022

Biden Will Visit Puerto Rico to Survey Storm Damage
Utility companies are still working to restore power to thousands of customers on the island nearly two weeks after Hurricane Fiona made landfall.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Less Turnover, Smaller Raises: Hot Job Market May Be Losing Its Sizzle
Unemployment is low, and hiring is strong. But there are signs that frenzied turnover and rapid wage growth are abating.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Kim Kardashian to Pay $1.26 Million to Settle SEC Charges Over Crypto Promotion
The S.E.C. said Ms. Kardashian did not disclose she had been paid to promote a crypto token sold by EthereumMax.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Les Rallizes Dénudés: Unraveling One of Rock's Deep Mysteries
The Japanese band that emerged in the late 1960s was known for its rumbling rhythms and ear-shredding feedback — but almost nothing was known about its leader, Takashi Mizutani.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Maggie Haberman Talks About Reporting on Donald Trump
He often utters falsehoods, but his speaking style is more strategic than it sometimes seems. Listen for the first time to audio clips from an interview with Maggie Haberman.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine Is Awarded to Svante Pääbo
The Swedish geneticist was honored for his work in sequencing the genome of the Neanderthal, an extinct relative of present-day humans.

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Oct 03, 2022

The Latino Voters Who Could Decide the Midterms
What a Times poll revealed about how a key voting bloc sees both parties ahead of November's elections.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Soccer's Policing Problem
This is not the first time this year that the sport has had to confront the reality that tragedies often result from failures of security and crowd management.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Knocking on Every Door, Rescuers Search Fort Myers Beach After Ian
A search-and-rescue team set out to account for every person left on the hurricane-battered island — even if that meant breaking down doors.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

A 95-Square-Foot Tokyo Apartment: ‘I Wouldn't Live Anywhere Else'
Meet the young Japanese who have decided to live in a shoe box.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

West African Fast-Casual Restaurants Are Finding Wider Audiences
For these second-generation business owners, the familiar format offers a gatewayto a wider audience.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

How a Tiny Elections Company Became a Conspiracy Theory Target
Election deniers catapulted a Michigan firm with just 21 U.S. employees to the center of unfounded voter fraud claims, exposing it to vicious threats.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Why Polio, Once Eliminated, Is Testing N.Y. Health Officials
Health officials are facing a number of obstacles to containing polio as it continues to circulate in New York State and threatens to become endemic.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Two Kids. One Pony. Hundreds of Miles to Montreal's Expo 67.
Two brothers from the Boston suburbs set out on an improbable journey to Montreal's Expo 67 by hoof.

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Oct 03, 2022

Lights Out, America! (Songbirds Are Counting on Us.)
Up to a billion birds die in window strikes every year. But the best way to make the migration seasons safer overall is also the easiest.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Is There Anything That Will Make the ‘Former Guy' Go Away?
Pardon politics make for strange bedfellows.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

A U.S. ‘Ships Act' Would Break China's Control of the Seas
China's shipping dominance could bring the U.S. to its knees in a conflict.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

It's Time to Take Democrats' Chances in the House Seriously
No, they are not favored. But the notion of retaining the chamber is not as far-fetched as it once was.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

These 2022 Mets Are Already Amazing
My son has autism. He doesn't have a sport he regularly watches, and I wanted to remedy that.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Truss, in Reversal, Drops Plan to Cut U.K. Tax Rate on High Earners
The announcement was a major capitulation by the government after tax cuts it announced roiled financial markets and drew widespread criticism.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

They Legitimized the Myth of a Stolen Election — and Reaped the Rewards
On the day the Capitol was attacked, 139 Republicans in the House voted to dispute the Electoral College count. This is how they got there.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to Be Awarded Today
It will be the first Nobel Prize awarded this year, with more announcements being made over the coming week.

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Oct 03, 2022

Sacheen Littlefeather, Activist Who Rejected Brando's Oscar, Dies at 75
The actress was booed at the Academy Awards in 1973 after she refused the best actor award on Marlon Brando's behalf in protest of Hollywood's depictions of Native Americans.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Bolsonaro Outperforms Polls and Forces Runoff Against Lula in Brazil's Presidential Election
The two political titans will face off again later this month in a race widely seen as a major test for one of the world's largest democracies.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 03, 2022

Russia's Annexation Claim Is News to Residents of Lyman, Ukraine
Without access to electricity, radios or the internet, residents of Lyman said they were unaware of President Vladimir V. Putin's grandiose celebration of an illegal land grab.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

What We Learned From Week 4 in the N.F.L.
The Steelers are testing out a new quarterback, Baker Mayfield is struggling to hit an already low bar, and Geno Smith is cooking in the new-look Seahawks offense.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

On Sanibel Island, a Search for Stranded Residents Slogs On
About 200 households did not leave ahead of Hurricane Ian. Rescue teams are tracking down the stranded and evacuating them — if they are willing.

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Oct 02, 2022

Nord Stream Pipelines Have Stopped Leaking After Earlier Damage
Both European and Russian leaders have said that ruptures discovered undersea were an act of sabotage.

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Oct 02, 2022

OPEC Plus Considering Major Production Cut to Prop Up Oil Prices
The oil producers group, which meets on Wednesday, is worried about declining demand in a slowing global economy. Prices have dropped by 25 percent since June.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

Ukrainian Troops Hunt Demoralized Russian Stragglers in Seized City
A major Russian newspaper said the Russian troops, facing defeat in Lyman, had fled with "empty eyes" after barely escaping with their lives.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

The Story Behind DeSantis's Migrant Flights to Martha's Vineyard
Asylum seekers in Texas were recruited for the flights by a woman who appeared to be a former Army counterintelligence agent. "We were tricked," one migrant said.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

The Supreme Court Isn't Listening, and It's No Secret Why
A court that does not keep the public's trust cannot perform its critical role in American government.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

How the U.K. Finance Minister Came to Ignore Finance Experts
Kwasi Kwarteng, the chancellor of the Exchequer, faces widespread anger over the tax cuts he and Liz Truss have pushed, but their history of dismissing the economic establishment goes back years.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

America Has a Ginni Thomas Problem
Clarence and Ginni Thomas are Mr. and Mrs. Mutiny.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

In Quebec, the Independence Movement Gives Way to a New Nationalism
In Monday's election, residents of a town that was once a stronghold of the independence movement are expected to back the province's popular premier, who has embraced a nationalism based on French Québécois identity.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

Florida Residents Pick Up The Pieces After Hurricane Ian


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Oct 02, 2022

Fans Focus on Police After More Than 100 Die at Indonesian Soccer Match
Witnesses said officers fired tear gas indiscriminately into the stands, causing a stampede that led to at least 125 deaths.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

Indonesian Soccer Stadium Deaths Prompt Focus on Police
Witnesses said officers fired tear gas indiscriminately into the stands, causing a stampede that led to at least 125 deaths.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

Democrats in Congress Point Fingers at Their Leaders Over Stock Trading Ban
The perception that lawmakers are cashing in on their offices has fueled cynicism among voters. Some politicians want to take the current limits further.

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Oct 02, 2022

Chinese #MeToo Case Settled in U.S. Court
The case, involving a billionaire entrepreneur, riveted observers in China, where women alleging sexual wrongdoing by powerful men are often pilloried, silenced or both.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

Why the Music of Rich Mullins Endures, 25 Years After His Death
The Christian singer-songwriter, who died at age 41 in a car crash, has a legacy that lives on.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

As New Term Starts, Supreme Court Is Poised to Resume Rightward Push
The justices return to the bench on Monday to start a term that will include major cases on affirmative action, voting and discrimination against gay couples. Several will take on questions about race.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

A choice between two heavyweights
Brazil votes for president today. Jack Nicas, the bureau chief there, explains what's at stake.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

The Sunday Read: ‘The Safe Space That Became a Viral Nightmare'
An argument at Arizona State's multicultural center spiraled into a disaster for everyone involved. Who was to blame?

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

Indonesian Fan Still Hears ‘Voices Screaming' After Match
One witness said most of the victims were people trapped in the stands, not those on the field. Without tear gas "there would have not been any casualties," he said.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

Leicester Tensions Have Roots in India
Violent confrontations in Leicester have prompted soul searching in an area long heralded as a success story of diversity and integration among its large Indian diaspora.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

As New Term Starts, Supreme Court Poised to Resume Rightward Push
The justices return to the bench on Monday to start a term that will include major cases on affirmative action, voting and discrimination against gay couples. Several will take on questions about race.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

Anti-Vaccine Parents Go From Welcome to Ostracized in Marin County
The wealthy California county just north of San Francisco has one of the nation's highest Covid-19 vaccination rates after years of being known for parents who opposed shots for childhood diseases.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

‘I Did All I Could': As Floodwaters Rose, She Fought to Save Her Disabled Brothers
Darcy Bishop for decades has cared for her two brothers, who have cerebral palsy. Hurricane Ian was her biggest test yet.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

Mystery Solved: ‘Dateline' Finds Path From TV to Podcast Stardom
The true crime storytelling that has done so well for so long on television seems to have met a moment in an entirely new medium.

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Oct 02, 2022

My First Yom Kippur in Exile
When it became clear that Vladimir Putin would require me to support his war in Ukraine, I had to leave.

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Oct 02, 2022

I Make Video Games. I Won't Let My Daughters Play Them.
Parents aren't doing enough to protect their kids from gaming addiction.

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Oct 02, 2022

Eliud Kipchoge Had an Unexpected Hand in His Record-Setting Runs
Eliud Kipchoge, the world's greatest marathoner, has an unlikely partner in his world-record-setting marathon runs: a course volunteer who is responsible for handing him nutrition.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

Indonesian Soccer Tragedy Is Latest in History of Stadium Disasters
These events have prompted major changes. But fatal tramplings still occur, with more than 150 killed in Indonesia on Saturday.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

The Racial Divide Herschel Walker Couldn't Outrun
As a teenage football prodigy, Mr. Walker was pressed to join a fight for civil rights in his hometown. His decision echoes decades later.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

Iran Protests Fueled by Sickly Economy
The country's long economic decline has been one of the main forces sending Iranians into the streets over the past two weeks to demand change.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 02, 2022

More Than 150 Dead in Unrest After Indonesian Soccer Match
After a home team loss, fans ran onto the field and were confronted by the police, who used tear gas. In the panic that ensued, many were trampled.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 01, 2022

Biden Will Visit Puerto Rico And Florida to Assess Storm Damage
Trips on Monday and Wednesday are planned to the sites of the natural disasters.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 01, 2022

More Than 100 Dead in Unrest After Indonesian Soccer Match
After a home team loss, fans rushed the field and were confronted by the police, who used tear gas. In the panic that ensued, many were trampled.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 01, 2022

Doctor Who Examined Dolphins' Tua Tagovailoa Is Dismissed
After Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa sustained two head injuries in the last week, the players' union removed a neurologist who was part of the process that allowed him to return to the field.

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