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Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Americans Raced to Get Their Families Out of Gaza. Then the Border Slammed Shut.
The closure this month of the Rafah border crossing into Egypt, the only way out for civilians, has thrown an already complicated system into disarray.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Alito Refuses Calls for Recusal in Jan. 6 Cases Over Display of Flags
"My wife is fond of flying flags," the justice wrote in a letter to members of Congress who had demanded he step down from two cases related to the Jan. 6 attack. "I am not."

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Perhaps Lost in the Polling: The Race for President Is Still Close
Though he trails in the polls, President Biden has mostly held his support among white voters. Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin probably offer his clearest path to victory.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Home Insurance Is Clobbering Consumers. Yet It's Barely Counted in Inflation.
Skyrocketing premiums are hitting homeowners hard, but they barely factor into common price measures.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Jury Deliberations Have Started in Trump's Trial. Here's How They Work.
The 12 unidentified jurors have retreated behind closed doors and started to debate whether the first president to be criminally prosecuted has committed felony crimes.

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May 29, 2024

Israel declares it has ‘tactical control' over a strategic Gaza corridor on the border with Egypt.


Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Home Insurance Is Clobbering Consumers. Yet It's Barely Counted as Inflation.
Skyrocketing premiums are hitting homeowners hard, but they barely factor into common price measures.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Blinken Hints U.S. May Accept Ukrainian Strikes in Russia With American Arms
Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken made his remarks after some European leaders called on President Biden to lift the restrictions he as imposed on Ukraine's use of U.S. weapons.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

South Africans Vote, Many Hoping for Change as Seismic as Mandela's Rise
In a high-stakes national election, the African National Congress, which has governed for three decades since the end of apartheid, may lose its outright majority for the first time.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Giant Pandas Will Head to D.C.'s National Zoo From China
The pandas, Bao Li and Qing Bao, will be flown to the Smithsonian National Zoo from China before the end of the year.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Alito Refuses Calls for Recusal Over Display of Provocative Flags
"My wife is fond of flying flags," the justice wrote in a letter to members of Congress who had demanded he step down from two cases related to the Jan. 6 attack. "I am not."

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

How to Force Justices Alito and Thomas to Recuse Themselves in the Jan. 6 Cases
Can Justices Thomas and Alito really decide for themselves whether they can be impartial in cases related to Jan. 6?

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Logging in Banff to Save it from Canada's Wildfires
Trees have been cut to create fire guards in Banff, the country's most popular national park. After its warmest winter in history, Canada braces for another season of wildfires.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Pentagon Opens Ammunition Factory to Keep Arms Flowing to Ukraine
A plant still under construction in Mesquite, Texas, will soon turn out 30,000 artillery shells each month, roughly doubling current U.S. output.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Nikki Haley Writes ‘Finish Them' on Artillery Shell in Israel
Her visit came just days after Israel drew international condemnation for a strike that killed dozens of Gazan civilians in a camp for displaced Palestinians.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Former Intelligence Chief Tapped as Next Dutch Prime Minister
Dick Schoof is poised to be the country's first new leader in over 13 years. His selection came as a relative surprise, after more than six months of negotiations to form a governing coalition.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Sleepless in Seattle as a Hellcat Roars Through the Streets
The modified Dodge Charger roaming Seattle's downtown by night has infuriated residents. But it seems no one can stop it.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

126 Degrees in India: New Delhi Sweats Through Its Hottest Day Ever Recorded
For weeks now, temperatures in several states in northern India have been well over 110, and hospitals have been reporting a rise in heatstroke.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

The Gender Gap Is Now a Gender Gulf
The consequences for America's political future are enormous — and a little unpredictable.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Two Giant Pandas Will Head to D.C.'s National Zoo From China
The pandas, Bao Li and Qing Bao, will be flown to the Smithsonian National Zoo from China before the end of the year.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Rafah Aid Groups Say Israel's Offensive is Pushing Them Out
Hospitals, clinics and kitchens are shutting down, and transporting the wounded is a challenge on roads choked with debris and fleeing refugees.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Jury Deliberations Are Starting in Trump's Trial. Here's How They Work.
The 12 unidentified jurors have retreated behind closed doors and started to debate whether the first president to be criminally prosecuted has committed felony crimes.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Israel Used U.S.-Made Bombs in Strike That Killed Dozens in Rafah
A Times visual analysis found that munition debris filmed at the scene were remnants of a GBU-39, a bomb designed and manufactured in the United States.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Emerging Portrait of Judge in Trump Documents Case: Prepared, Prickly and Slow
Judge Aileen Cannon's handling of court hearings offers insights into how the case accusing Donald Trump of illegally retaining classified material has become bogged down in unresolved issues.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Biden's Gaza Critics Start an Anti-Trump Campaign
The effort by Black faith leaders and activists signals that at least some of President Biden's critics on the left will work to defeat his Republican rival.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Yale Chooses Maurie McInnis as New President
Maurie D. McInnis, a cultural historian, will be the first woman to serve as the school's permanent president.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Judge's Instructions Will Be a Road Map for Jury Weighing Trump's Fate
Justice Juan M. Merchan is expected to explain the 34 charges of falsifying business records that Donald J. Trump faces. It is no simple task.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Once a Sheriff's Deputy in Florida, Now a Source of Disinformation From Russia
In 2016, Russia used an army of trolls to interfere in the U.S. presidential election. This year, an American given asylum in Moscow may be accomplishing much the same thing all by himself.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

126 Degrees: New Delhi Sweats Through Its Hottest Day Ever Recorded
For weeks now, temperatures in several states in northern India have been well over 110, and hospitals have been reporting a rise in heatstroke.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

If Convicted, Will Trump Go to Jail? Here Are the Penalties He Could Face.
Each of the 34 counts carries the possibility of up to four years in prison, but incarceration is not a given: Justice Juan M. Merchan could instead opt to impose a sentence of probation, with no prison time.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

ConocoPhillips to Acquire Marathon Oil in $22.5 Billion All-Stock Deal
The takeover is the latest in a wave of consolidation sweeping the oil industry, with the biggest players rushing to acquire smaller rivals.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Israel Used U.S.-Made Bombs in Strike That Killed Dozens Near Rafah
A Times visual analysis found that munition debris filmed at the scene were remnants of a GBU-39, a bomb designed and manufactured in the United States.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Can the Supreme Court's Liberals Reclaim Judicial Restraint?
Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson points to a way forward for the court.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

‘All Eyes on Rafah' Meaning and Origins
The slogan, which has been a touchstone for pro-Palestinian demonstrators for months, ricocheted across social media this week.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

ConocoPhillips to Acquire Marathon Oil in $22.5 Billion Deal
The takeover is the latest in a wave of consolidation sweeping the oil industry, with the biggest players rushing to acquire smaller rivals.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Democrats Who Are Winning
We examine if populism is crucial to that appeal.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Jury to Consider Trump Charges, and U.S.-Made Bombs Were Used in Rafah Strike
Plus, a plot to sell Graceland.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

The Closing Arguments in the Trump Trial
What happened during the last day of arguments at the historic criminal trial in Manhattan.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Justice Alito's Wife Has Managed to Avoid the Spotlight Until Now
Martha-Ann Alito has built a limited public life since moving to Washington that has mainly centered on apolitical projects and charity work.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

N.C.A.A. and Student Athlete Compensation: A Timeline
The landmark settlement that would create a revenue-sharing plan is part of a long arc of profits in college sports.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

America's Military Is Not Prepared for War — or Peace
The U.S. military is not sized or equipped to deal with new global threats.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

With Payments to College Athletes, Another Fight Looms for Women
Despite gains, women still lag far behind men in the little-regulated industry of college sports. A proposed revenue-sharing deal could create new clashes over equality.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Russia-Ukraine Border That Separates Families Is Now Also a Front Line
In northeastern Ukraine, and in the part of Russia it touches, the war strains the emotions of people with relatives, and family histories, that span both sides.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

The Battle Over College Speech Will Outlive the Encampments
For the first time since the Vietnam War, university demonstrations have led to a rethinking of who sets the terms for language in academia.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

What to Know About the Open Versus Closed Software Debate
A.I. companies are divided over whether the technology should be freely available to anyone for modifying and copying, or kept close for safekeeping.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

In Florida, Democrats Hope Abortion Will Revive Their Fortunes
They may not win the state in the Electoral College, but Democrats may improve their chances in the statehouse.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

There's a Reason Most People Aren't Following the New York Trump Trial
Voters recognize that it's a misguided attempt to settle the 2024 election.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

‘Did You Tase Him in the Face!?' Inside ‘Goon Squad' Deputies' Group Chat
Years of messages from an encrypted WhatsApp text thread show conversations of sheriff's deputies, including those who terrorized Mississippi residents.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

The Ingredient That Unites My Favorite Salads
A good salad can transport you, but the truly great ones all have one thing in common: plenty of cheese.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Mark Zuckerberg is Popular Again Thanks to Meta's Open-Source AI
After some trying years during which Mr. Zuckerberg could do little right, many developers and technologists have embraced the Meta chief as their champion of "open-source" artificial intelligence.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

For Some Families of Color, a Painful Fight for a Cystic Fibrosis Diagnosis
Universal screenings for the inherited disease promised to get babies diagnosed and treated sooner. But they still miss some children of color.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

A Show That Makes Young Japanese Pine for the ‘Inappropriate' 1980s
A surprise television hit, now on Netflix, has people talking about what Japan has lost with today's changed sensibilities.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Jury in Trump's Hush-Money Trial to Begin Deliberations on Wednesday
After the judge instructs them on the law, 12 New Yorkers will retreat behind closed doors to weigh Donald J. Trump's fate.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Tony Gonzales Wins Runoff, Bolstering G.O.P. Effort to Hold House
Representative Tony Gonzales's narrow victory over a far-right challenger came after a divisive race for the party, and most likely strengthened Republicans' grip on the border district.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Tony Gonzales Wins Texas Runoff, Bolstering GOP Effort to Hold House
Representative Tony Gonzales's narrow victory over a far-right challenger came after a divisive race for the party, and most likely strengthened Republicans' grip on the border district.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Ancient Skull With Brain Cancer Preserves Clues to Egyptian Medicine
Cuts in the cranium, which is more than 4,000 years old, hint that people in the ancient civilization attempted to treat a scourge that persists today.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

As Interest in Clean Energy Grows, Saudi Arabia Eyes a Future Beyond Oil
The kingdom is trying to juggle its still-vital petroleum industry with alternative energy sources like wind and solar as it faces pressure to lower carbon emissions.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Saudi Arabia Eyes a Future Beyond Oil
The kingdom is trying to juggle its still-vital petroleum industry with alternative energy sources like wind and solar as it faces pressure to lower carbon emissions.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

South Africa's Black Elites Sour on the President They Championed
In pivotal elections on Wednesday, President Cyril Ramaphosa and his African National Congress party are struggling to keep the support of Black middle- and upper-class voters.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Can South Africa's Opposition Parties Break Through?
A record 51 parties are competing to unseat the long-ruling African National Congress in the national election on Wednesday. Here's why it won't be easy.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 29, 2024

Hold the French Fries! Paris Olympics Chart a New Gastronomic Course.
The environment will come first as France tries to revitalize the global image of its cuisine.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Is Shrimp Good for You? It's Complicated.
Americans love their prawns. So how healthy are they — for us and for the planet?

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Texas House Speaker Survives Challenge From Hard Right
Dade Phelan, the speaker of the Texas House, defeated a party activist and first-time candidate backed by former President Donald J. Trump in a bitter contest.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Storm Kills at Least 1 in Texas, Where Power Could Be Out for Days
More than half-a-million customers were without power after hail the size of golf balls and dangerous winds hit Texas. More severe weather was likely later on Tuesday.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

At Trump Hush-Money Trial Closings, Lawyers Offer Clashing Accounts
A defense lawyer painted Donald J. Trump as the victim of unscrupulous people, but a prosecutor said Mr. Trump had directed a scheme to conceal a hush-money payment.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Prosecutors Leave the Jury With a Mountain of Evidence Against Trump
But it's not easy for jurors to stay attentive after a long day of closing arguments.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

How We've Lost Our Moorings as a Society
Our society is losing sight of qualities that kept America strong, like responsibility and civility but also the capacity to feel shame.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Menendez Jurors Hear Audio and See Texts From Seized Phones
Prosecutors introduced private messages between Senator Robert Menendez and his future wife to show what they say was the start of a bribery conspiracy.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Billionaire Plans Dive to the Titanic in a Newly Designed Submersible
Larry Connor, 74, who made his wealth in real estate, said he's building a new acrylic-hulled submersible that will be certified and rigorously tested to show that deep sea exploration is safe.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Haiti Names New Prime Minister to Try to Lead Country Out of Crisis
Garry Conille is taking on the office just ahead of the arrival of a Kenyan-led international police force charged with helping restore order to the violence-torn nation.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Trump's Hush-Money Case Heads to the Jury: Takeaways From Closing Arguments
Defense lawyers and prosecutors tried strategy and stagecraft to sway jurors. The panel of 12 New Yorkers will get the case Wednesday morning.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Republican Navy Veteran Will Face Henry Cuellar in South Texas
The congressional district has slightly moved in favor of Republicans after Mr. Cuellar, a centrist Democrat, was indicted on federal charges.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Israel Pushes Into Rafah as Displaced Palestinians Search for Safety
The Israeli military said it had deployed additional combat troops to the southern Gaza Strip, even as a growing chorus of voices demand an end to the fighting.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

NYU Langone Nurse Is Fired After Calling the Gaza War a ‘Genocide'
NYU Langone Health gave the nurse, Hesen Jabr, an award for her work. She said hospital officials then fired her because she made pro-Palestinian remarks in an acceptance speech.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

U.S. Officials Say Deadly Rafah Airstrike Did Not Cross Biden's Red Line
The deaths were "devastating," a White House spokesman said, but the scale of the attack was not enough to change U.S. policy.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

What Barack Obama Understood About America
Our society is losing sight of qualities that kept America strong, like responsibility and civility but also the capacity to feel shame.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Do We Still Understand How Wars Are Won?
Israel and Ukraine don't have the luxury of fighting fecklessly.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Michigan Trooper Charged With Murder in Death of Fleeing Man
Detective Sgt. Brian Keely was charged in the death of Samuel Sterling, who was fatally struck by an unmarked police S.U.V. in suburban Grand Rapids last month.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Inside the Clash That Prompted the Alitos' Upside-Down Flag
Inside the escalating conflict on a bucolic suburban street that Justice Alito said prompted a "Stop the Steal" symbol at his home.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Charles Barkley Has Thoughts on the Future of ‘Inside the NBA'
Next season could be the last for TNT's influential and beloved studio show, and Charles Barkley, for one, will not be going quietly.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Netanyahu Is Sorry/Not Sorry for the Killings in Rafah
The endless apologies for tragic mistakes sound hollow.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

R.F.K. Jr. Denounces the Removal of Confederate Statues
The independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said on a recent podcast that he had a "visceral reaction" to the removal of statues glorifying Confederate leaders.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Both Sides Delivered Closing Arguments at Trump's Trial
Also, Israel pushed on in Rafah. Here's the latest at the end of Tuesday.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Senators See Possible Conflicts of Interest in Health Care Pricing Tools
A data analytics firm that helps insurers collect big fees while leaving some patients with unpaid bills has been summoned to explain its business model.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Chevron's $53 Billion Oil Deal Is Backed by Hess Shareholders
Hurdles remain as Chevron and Exxon Mobil wage a legal battle over Hess's stake in a lucrative oil project in Guyana.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Robert De Niro, as Biden Surrogate, Says Trump ‘Absolutely' Should Go to Jail
Seeking to troll Donald Trump outside his Manhattan trial, the Biden campaign held a news conference with the actor and two former Capitol Police officers. Mr. De Niro veered off script.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Five New Hotels and Spas Built for Bathing
From southern Japan to the English countryside, these properties put the focus on therapeutic waters.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Marco Rubio Wants to Be Trump's Vice President. He Doesn't Want to Audition.
The last time the Florida senator lived in Donald J. Trump's orbit he was mocked and defeated. As he returns, he's trying to do it on his terms.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Man Charged With Hate Crimes in NYC Street Attacks
Skiboky Stora, 40, is accused of targeting people he believed were white, female or Jewish. He was arrested in March after one of his alleged victims shared her story on TikTok.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

U.S. Pier for Gaza Aid Damaged by Rough Seas
Army engineers are working to put the pier back together, and Defense Department officials hope it will be operational again in about a week.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Democrats Adopt Nomination Plan to Allow Biden on the Ohio Ballot
Party leaders said they would nominate the president via a virtual roll call of delegates before the national convention, overcoming a glitch that had threatened to keep him off the November ballot.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Power Could Be Out for Days After Damaging Storms Hit Texas
More than 1 million customers were without power after hail the size of golf balls and dangerous winds hit Texas. More severe weather was likely later on Tuesday.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Blinken Travels to Eastern Europe as Russia Presses War in Ukraine
Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken aims to show support for Moldova, which is under threat from Russia, and plans to attend a NATO meeting in the Czech Republic.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

How to Fix Carbon Offsets
Carbon offsets have been heavily criticized as greenwashing, but they have a hidden benefit: getting crucial climate funds to developing nations.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Pope Francis' Remarkable Act of Contrition
Even popes are fallible.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Pope Francis Apologizes After Reports That He Used an Anti-Gay Slur
Francis' remark came as he spoke against admitting gay men to seminaries during what was supposed to be a closed-door meeting with Italian bishops last week.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Harvard Says It Will No Longer Take Positions on Matters Outside of the University
The policy could ease pressure on the school to issue statements on current events. Officials were criticized for their handling of the Oct. 7 Hamas attacks.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

The Trump Team's Inept Closing Argument Blew Up
The judge excoriated the team for implying that the jury has anything to do with Trump's incarceration.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

If Trump Is Convicted, How Will Biden's Team Go on the Attack?
A guilty verdict in New York would be a gift for Democrats — but if it comes, the Biden campaign is unlikely to tear up its 2024 playbook.

Int'l Herald Tribune
May 28, 2024

Man Who Invaded Nancy Pelosi's Home Apologizes for Attacking Her Husband
David DePape's federal sentencing hearing was reopened to give him a chance to address the court, but his apology did not persuade the judge to change his sentence.

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