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Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

McCormack Replaces Joyce as Australia's Deputy Prime Minister
Michael McCormack, the veterans affairs minister, takes over from Barnaby Joyce, who was felled by scandals including an affair with a staff member.

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Feb 25, 2018

Florida Students Return, Gingerly, to Their Scarred High School
The campus in Parkland, Fla., where 17 people were killed, reopened on Sunday for students and their families to retrieve belongings, reunite with friends and brace themselves for classes to resume.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Is This the Moment for Gun Control? A Gridlocked Congress Is Under Pressure
Lawmakers have no clear consensus on even incremental changes to gun restrictions, let alone more sweeping legislation.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Op-Ed Columnist: The Left is Energized. Now It Needs to Vote.
Progressives don't vote as often as conservatives do, which makes turnout the biggest opportunity for the new progressive movement.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Lower Oil Prices Force Saudis to Widen Their Circle of Friends
The need to recharge its economy gives the kingdom new reasons to make common cause with China and Russia — overtures Washington is willing to accept.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

News Analysis: President Xi's Strongman Rule Raises New Fears of Hostility and Repression
The decision to open a path to a third term for Mr. Xi has injected new uncertainty into international politics.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Sharp Words Over Wall Halt Plans for Mexican President to Visit White House
A call between President Enrique Peña Nieto and President Trump descended into a quarrel over the wall, a topic that is fraying relations and blocking progress on vital issues.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Op-Ed Contributor: Are Hospitals Becoming Obsolete?
More patients can be treated at home or in doctors' offices, and that's a good thing.

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Feb 25, 2018

Editorial: Well-Heeled Investors Reap the Republican Tax Cut Bonanza
Businesses are buying back stock to boost prices, giving dividends and pursuing mergers, not raising wages.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Women in Cryptocurrencies Push Back Against ‘Blockchain Bros'
Cryptocurrencies and blockchain were meant to be great equalizers. Instead, women are finding that the gold rush is already stacked against them.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Despite U.N. Cease-Fire, Syrian Forces Begin New Attacks in Rebel-Held Enclave
There were reports of a suspected chlorine attack by government forces, with one child killed in eastern Ghouta and 11 people suffering symptoms.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

At French Outpost in African Migrant Hub, Asylum for a Select Few
France is screening migrants before they take a perilous trip across the Mediterranean. A few get a plane ticket. For everyone else, the message is: Stay home.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

3½ Years After Eric Garner's Death, Family Still Waits for Closure
An administrative trial by the New York Police Department has been delayed for various reasons. And the mother of Mr. Garner says that the "waiting time is over."

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

After Parkland, a Flood of New Threats, Tips and False Alarms
The school shooting in Parkland, Fla., has captivated the nation, prompting a flurry of new threats as well as heightened attention to any sign of trouble.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

F.D.A. to Expand Medication-Assisted Therapy for Opioid Addicts
The agency will embrace treatment that "does not require the patient to be totally clean at every visit," as long as the patient shows continuing improvement.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Op-Ed Contributor: Why Trudeau Needs Trump
The Canadian prime minister garners support at home as a foil to his United States counterpart.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Asia and Australia Edition: Xi Jinping, National Rifle Association, Syria: Your Monday Briefing
Here's what you need to know to start your day.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Behind a Key Anti-Labor Case, a Web of Conservative Donors
A coordinated push by some of the right's biggest contributors has paved the way for a Supreme Court decision that could cripple public-sector unions.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Michelle Obama's Memoir to Arrive in November
Ms. Obama announced on Sunday that the book will be entitled "Becoming."

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

A Postcard View of African-American Life
Rare, antique, vintage, and contemporary cards capture a moment in time and, together, show a spectrum of experience.

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Feb 25, 2018

‘Black Panther' Crosses $700 Million Globally, Annihilating Newcomers
"Black Panther" demonstrated strong holding power at the domestic box office, taking in $108 million in its second weekend. Competing films struggled.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Can South Korea's Leader Turn an Olympic Truce Into a Lasting Peace?
President Moon Jae-in scored a potential diplomatic breakthrough when a senior North Korean official told him that the North was willing to open dialogue with the United States.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Under Pressure, Florida Sheriff Defends ‘Amazing Leadership'
Sheriff Scott Israel of Broward County said he will not resign, despite mounting questions over how his office handled the Parkland school shooting.

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Feb 25, 2018

Amuay Journal: ‘A Bomb on the Doorstep': Venezuela Fishermen Fight an Oil Giant
For decades, a poor fishing village has tried to stop a state-run refinery from polluting a bay they share, but the battle has increasingly become one man's charge.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

At Yale, Trying Campus Rape in a Court of Law
The campus police brought charges against a student, but the accused man's lawyers say they are doing the administration's bidding.

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Feb 25, 2018

In Blow to Dianne Feinstein, California Democrats Won't Endorse Senate Run
Democrats at the party convention threw their support behind Kevin de León, the Democratic leader in the California Senate, who has been running an insurgent campaign.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Review: ‘Good Girls' Offers Equal Time for Antiheroines
NBC's suburban-crime caper is well cast and enjoyable, but it needs time to figure out how seriously it wants to take its premise.

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Feb 25, 2018

Moments Large and Small in a Memorable Olympics
Members of The New York Times Olympic staff share their favorite moments from the Pyeongchang Games.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Op-Ed Contributor: I'm Glad I Got Booed at CPAC
I spoke the truth for the sake of every conservative disgusted by what has happened to our movement.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Fashion Review: Playing It Safe Amid the Protests
Armani, Cavalli and Ferragamo sent out classic styles but Versace took a chance by pairing styles with matching scarves.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

With Olympics Over, Team Korea Goes Back to Being 2 Countries
Athletes from North and South Korea waved the flags of their own countries as they arrived for the closing ceremony. Only time will tell whether Olympic diplomacy has had a lasting effect.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony: Highlights and Photographs
The Olympic Games came to a conclusion with the closing ceremony at Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium.

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Feb 25, 2018

North Korea Is Willing to Talk With U.S., South's Leader Says
The move would be a potential diplomatic victory for President Moon Jae-in of South Korea, who has been urging the two countries to talk.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

China Moves to Let President Xi Stay in Power, Ending Term Limit
The Communist Party has proposed revising the nation's Constitution to end a two-term limit, which would allow Xi Jinping to remain president, perhaps indefinitely.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

China Moves to Let Xi Stay in Power by Abolishing Term Limit
The Communist Party has proposed revising the nation's Constitution to end a two-term limit, which would allow Xi Jinping to remain president, perhaps indefinitely.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony: Live Updates and Photographs
The Olympic Games come to a conclusion with the closing ceremony at Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium. Stay here for live updates, photographs and analysis.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

The Carpetbagger: Sam Rockwell on His Secret Past as a Really Bad Break Dancer
The actor, favored to win an Oscar for "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri," also responds to critics of his racist-cop character.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Florida, Rick Gates, Olympics: Your Weekend Briefing
Here's what you need to know about the week's top stories.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Singing Their Way Through Retirement
Choral practice can help participants take fewer medications, experience less depression and make fewer hospital visits.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Drawing Black History: 4 Children's Book Illustrators Show Us How
We talked to the creators of four children's books that depict forgotten figures from black history or find new meaning in familiar ones.

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Feb 25, 2018

China Moves to Allow Xi to Stay in Power by Abolishing Term Limit
China's Communist Party has proposed revising the nation's Constitution to end a two-term limit, which would allow Xi Jinping to remain president, perhaps indefinitely.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 25, 2018

Outspoken and Precocious, Florida Students Struggle With Loss When the Cameras Turn Off
Even as they raise millions of dollars and plan nationwide rallies to stop gun violence, students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School struggle with nightmares.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

5 Takeaways From the Release of the Democratic Memo
The Democratic memo released on Saturday was written to counter Republican claims that law enforcement officials had abused their powers.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Russians Won't Get to March Behind Their Flag at the Olympic Closing Ceremony
The International Olympic Committee voted on Sunday to maintain its doping-related restrictions on Russia until all drug test results from the 2018 Games are in.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Russians Won't Get to March Under Their Flag at the Olympic Closing Ceremony
The International Olympic Committee voted on Sunday to maintain its doping-related restrictions on Russia until all drug test results from the 2018 Games are in.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

In Spite of Executive Order, Cuomo Takes Campaign Money From State Appointees
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has reinterpreted an executive directive, enabling him to receive about $890,000 from people he has appointed to state boards.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

2 Weeks After Trump Blocked It, Democrats' Rebuttal of G.O.P. Memo Is Released
House Democrats made public a heavily redacted memo that was drafted to counter Republican claims of surveillance abuses against a former Trump campaign aide.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Anti-Fascist Protesters Rally in Italy as Mussolini's Heirs Gain Ground
The violent nationalism that fueled the dictator's rise has returned with force as critical elections loom. But it has also spurred a nascent countermovement.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Trump Endorses G.O.P. Fight to Keep Gerrymandered Congressional Map
President Trump, calling the Pennsylvania ruling "very unfair to Republicans and to our country," said that the decision should be appealed to the Supreme Court.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Top Berlin Film Festival Prize Goes to ‘Touch Me Not'
The film, one of the festival's more divisive entries, was not considered a front-runner, partly because of the frankness of some of its sex scenes.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

A List of the Companies Cutting Ties With the N.R.A.
Several companies — including Delta Air Lines and MetLife — have ended partnerships with the National Rifle Association after the mass shooting in Parkland, Fla.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

2 Weeks After Trump Blocked It, Democrats Release Rebuttal of G.O.P. Memo
House Democrats made public a heavily redacted memo that was drafted to counter Republican claims of surveillance abuses against a former Trump campaign aide.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

At the Olympics, Motherhood Skis Away With a Gold and a Bronze
The American cross-country skier Kikkan Randall took gold and a Norwegian counterpart, Marit Bjoergen, took third in the same race. Both have very young sons.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Op-Ed Columnist: Paroling the Spanish Prisoner (Wonkish)
The economics of the euro were as bad as expected, but it has proved politically durable.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Over 100 Charges, 19 People and 3 Companies: The Mueller Inquiry, Explained
Since Robert S. Mueller III was appointed as special counsel, he has issued more than 100 criminal counts against 19 people and three companies.

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Feb 24, 2018

Opinion: I Was a Marine. I Don't Want a Gun in My Classroom.
The presence of a firearm is always an invitation to violence.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Loose Ends: Wanted: A Personal Assistant for Some Unconventional Tasks
Qualified applicants only.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

On Skiing: For the Moment, Mikaela Shiffrin Is Looking a Little Lonely at the Top
At the Pyeongchang Olympics, Lindsey Vonn and Shiffrin accounted for all three American medals in Alpine skiing. And Vonn is headed toward the exit.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Opinion: Sasha Cohen: An Olympian's Guide to Retiring at 25
One thing I have learned is that the rules for life are different from the rules for sports.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Volkswagen Settles Emissions Lawsuit in U.S.
The case would have been the first to go to trial involving the German automaker's emissions scandal.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Editorial: Let Cities Open Safe Injection Sites
State and local governments should pass laws to protect facilities that help curb overdose deaths, in the face of the Trump administration's threats.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

U.N. Security Council Votes in Favor of Syria Cease-Fire After Week of Bloodshed
The Council approved an immediate 30-day cease-fire after a recent bombardment of the Damascus suburb of eastern Ghouta killed hundreds of civilians.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Op-Ed Columnist: This Snake Can't Shed His Skin
A grim reptilian fable about a leader who's not able.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Editorial Observer: The Afrofuturism Behind ‘Black Panther'
The film, which had a wildly successful first week at the box office, draws inspiration from a movement of black artists imagining possible futures.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

News Analysis: Why People Love to Jump Off Cliffs
High-risk sports enthusiasts say that the thrills are worth the danger.

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Feb 24, 2018

Opinion: Wearing My Dying Mother's Clothes
Her illness essentially doubled my wardrobe. I obviously had mixed feelings about that.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Opinion: In Donald Trump, Evangelicals Have Found Their President
The president has delivered wins time after time for Christians.

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Feb 24, 2018

Op-Ed Columnist: The Edges of Reason
The curiosity that Steven Pinker's vision of enlightenment leaves out.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Real Men Get Rejected, Too
We need to free boys from shame, and teach them that masculinity isn't about domination.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Opinion: Doctors, Revolt!
What I learned when a famous 96-year-old physician became my patient.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

News Analysis: Mueller Is Gaining Steam. Should Trump Worry?
President Trump and his aides say they are not worried because none of the charges implicate the president. Yet the inquiry seems to be leading to a larger, as yet undefined, goal.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Saving Koalas, and Other Marsupials, With Milk Almost as Good as Mom's
When baby koalas or kangaroos need to be hand-reared, cow milk can sicken them. So a local company began creating custom formulas, and expanded to echidnas, sugar gliders and other Australian natives.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

In Australia, Custom-Made Milk Formulas Aid Exotic Mammals Like Marsupials
When baby koalas or kangaroos need to be hand-reared, cow milk can sicken them. So a local company began creating custom formulas, and expanded to echidnas, sugar gliders and other Australian natives.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Cuomo Dodges Order by Taking Campaign Money From State Appointees
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has received about $890,000 from people he has appointed to state boards, in spite of an executive order he approved in 2011.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

European Ex-Officials Deny Being Paid by Manafort to Lobby for Ukraine
Mr. Manafort paid 2 million euros to former European officials to lobby for Ukraine's then pro-Russian government, a new indictment says.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

If Trump Rips Up Nafta, Canada May Shrug, Not Shudder
Because of changes to the global trading system, an end to the agreement is unlikely to be devastating for Canada, and could even have positive effects.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

What Makes #NeverAgain Different?
The protests calling for stricter gun control measures come on the heels of other youth movements, but the momentum they have gained makes them stand out.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Women Are Free, and Armed, in Kurdish-Controlled Northern Syria
Women wield significant authority in northern Syria — in the police, the courts and the militias — and the push for gender equality is spreading from Kurdish-majority areas to conservative Arab ones.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

How Skadden, the Giant Law Firm, Got Entangled in the Mueller Investigation
The guilty plea of one of Skadden's lawyers has cast a spotlight on its work for a Russia-aligned former president of Ukraine, and its advice to other firms.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Why Your Pharmacist Can't Tell You That $20 Prescription Could Cost Only $8
States are moving to block "gag clauses" that prohibit pharmacists from telling customers that they could save money by paying cash for prescription drugs rather than using their health insurance.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

The True Source of the N.R.A.'s Clout: Mobilization, Not Donations
The group is often perceived by opponents as bankrolling its preferred candidates. But its influence is derived from a muscular electioneering machine.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Opinion: Guns and Opioids Are American Scourges Fueled by Availability
Alarming numbers of people are dying because of vast supplies of firearms and drugs — and the mistaken belief that there are easy fixes.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Buffett's Annual Letter: Berkshire Records $29 Billion Gain From Tax Law
Warren Buffett released his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway's shareholders and it discussed why the conglomerate largely avoided big deals last year.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

After a Massacre, a Question of One More Death: The Gunman's
Nikolas Cruz's guilty plea would spare his life and the community a lengthy trial. Will the prosecutor take him up on it?

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Wave of Taliban Attacks Kills at Least 20 Afghan Soldiers
Insurgents staged several raids in the south as a high-level NATO delegation visited the country to discuss the peace process.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

More than 100 charges. 19 people. 3 companies: The Mueller Inquiry, Explained.
Since Robert S. Mueller III was appointed as special counsel, he has issued more than 100 criminal counts against 19 people and three companies.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

John Shuster and the U.S. Curling Team Win First Gold Medal
Shuster's crew won its first-ever gold medal in curling after a huge, 5-point end against Sweden, the top-ranked team in the world.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads
The case against Google. The story behind the deaths of 4 soldiers in Niger. An essay in praise of sweatpants and much more.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Tech Envisions the Ultimate Start-Up: An Entire City
Silicon Valley wants to save cities. What could go wrong?

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Can a Canadian Carry Off Bollywood Style? Justin Trudeau Finds Out
The Canadian prime minister wore traditional garb throughout a visit to India, inspiring debate over whether he was appropriating or respecting local culture.

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Feb 24, 2018

Malaysia's Leader Stirs Up a Tempest in a Quinoa Bowl
Malaysians were not happy when Prime Minister Najib Razak said he preferred quinoa because it was "better than rice," the national staple.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Thank You for Asking
Young people are radically changing how we think about violence, consent and gender. Antioch College is where much of the conversation started.

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Feb 24, 2018

How the U.S. Curling Team Won Its First Gold Medal
John Shuster's crew won its first-ever gold medal in curling after a huge, 5-point end against Sweden, the top-ranked team in the world.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

U.S. Curling Team Wins First Gold Medal With Victory Over Sweden
John Shuster's crew won its first-ever gold medal in curling after a huge, 5-point end against Sweden, the top-ranked team in the world.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Raised by ISIS, Returned to Chechnya: ‘These Children Saw Terrible Things'
Russia is at the forefront of repatriating women and children from the collapsing Islamic State: "What should we do, leave them there so somebody will recruit them?" asks a Russian Senator.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Linda McMahon Gets a Ringside Seat for TrumpMania
Perhaps no other member of the president's cabinet understands Mr. Trump as Ms. McMahon, a former pro wrestling entrepreneur, does.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

As Medals Pile Up, Norway Worries: Are We Winning Too Much?
After a historic performance at the Olympics, some Norwegians fret that they dominate their favorite sport so much that they are ruining it.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

A Career Change? I'll Drink to That!
After managing publicity and event promotion operations, a Texas woman opened her own distillery and started producing award-winning whiskey.

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Feb 24, 2018

U.S.A. vs. Sweden Curling Live: Gold Medal Updates
The United States takes on Sweden for the gold medal in men's curling. Stay here for live updates and analysis.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Feb 24, 2018

Curling Gold Medal Live Results: U.S.A. vs. Sweden
The United States takes on Sweden for the gold medal in men's curling. Stay here for live updates and analysis.

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