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Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Katie Hill, Rising Democratic Star in House, Denies Relationship With Staff Member
The California freshman denied a report of a relationship with a congressional staff member, which House rules forbid, but refused to comment on whether she was intimately involved with a campaign aide.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Trump's Syria Trifecta: A Win for Putin, a Loss for the Kurds and Lots of Uncertainty for Our Allies
It's pure genius!

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Justin Trudeau, Humbled, Gets a Second Chance
He survived scandal and self-inflicted wounds, but will have to lead Canada as part of a coalition with progressive parties.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

William Taylor, ‘Model' Diplomat, Is at Center of Impeachment Inquiry
Mr. Taylor, a former Army officer and State Department official who testified Tuesday, has served under both Democratic and Republican presidents.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Is God Skipping the Democratic Primary?
The candidates' reticence about religion is excessive and unwise.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

6 Key Revelations of Taylor's Opening Statement to Impeachment Investigators
William B. Taylor Jr., the top American diplomat in Ukraine, delivered detailed testimony on Tuesday about the actions at the heart of the inquiry.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Boeing Ousts Top Executive as 737 Max Crisis Swells
Kevin McAllister, the head of Boeing commercial airplanes, is departing as the company struggles to cope with the grounding of the Max.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

High School Student in Santa Rosa Shot Schoolmate, Then Went to Class, Police Say
A 16-year-old is in stable condition after the shooting outside Ridgway High School, but a motive is still unclear.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Flawed Design, Lax Oversight Led to ‘Astounding' Miami Bridge Collapse
The N.T.S.B. blamed engineers for a faulty design — and the state for poor oversight — in the collapse of a new pedestrian bridge that killed six.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Mimicking Local News, a Network of Michigan Websites Pushes Politics
Nearly 40 websites that look like local news outlets feature largely identical articles with a distinctly conservative tone.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Amid Modest Sentences, Prosecutors Bring New Charges in Admissions Scandal
Prosecutors added bribery counts against Lori Loughlin and other parents who have fought the accusations. Felicity Huffman, among those to plead guilty, is serving her sentence.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Impeachment, Brexit, Fake Meat: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing
Here's what you need to know at the end of the day.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Sunday Riley Settles Complaint That It Faked Product Reviews
After the F.T.C. accused the cosmetics firm of posting reviews of its products from made-up profiles, the company agreed not to engage in illegal conduct in the future — but did not admit wrongdoing.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration
I work for the president but like-minded colleagues and I have vowed to thwart parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Nike's Chief Executive, Mark Parker, Is Stepping Down
Mr. Parker, who was involved in multiple controversies in recent years, will become executive chairman of the sportswear company.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Ukraine Envoy Testifies Trump Linked Military Aid to Investigations
In closed-door testimony, a Democratic lawmaker said, William B. Taylor Jr., the top American diplomat in Ukraine, drew a "direct line" between President Trump's withholding of security aid and his demand for investigations.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

The America I Knew as Russia's Foreign Minister Is Gone
But by impeaching Donald Trump, it can become a beacon of moral truth again.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

My Day as an Abortion Care Provider
A thank you, a prayer for my soul, a 14-year-old and a 41-year-old.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Anonymous Trump Official Behind Times Op-Ed Is Writing a Book
"A Warning," by the Trump White House official who wrote an essay for The New York Times last year, is expected to be published in November.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Katie Hill, Rising Democratic Star in House, Denies Relationship With Aide
The California freshman denied a report of a relationship with a congressional aide, which House rules forbid, but refused to comment on whether she was intimately involved with a campaign staff member.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Top Boeing Executive to Leave as 737 Max Crisis Swells
Kevin McAllister, the head of Boeing commercial airplanes, is departing as the company struggles to cope with the grounding of the Max.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Top Boeing Executive Expected to Leave as 737 Max Crisis Swells
Kevin McAllister, the head of Boeing commercial airplanes, is expected to depart as the company struggles to cope with the grounding of the Max.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

To Treat Chronic Ailments, Fix Diet First
For many patients, the right food may be the best medicine.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Trump Is Tracking Your Phone
Privacy is a 2020 issue, even if the campaigns won't address it.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Shooting Near School in Santa Rosa, California, Leaves at Least 1 Injured
A suspect was detained after the shooting outside a high school in Santa Rosa, Calif., the police said.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Ukraine Envoy Testifies Trump Linked Military Aid to Investigations, Lawmaker Says
In closed-door testimony, a Democratic lawmaker said, William B. Taylor Jr., the top American diplomat in Ukraine, drew a "direct line" between President Trump's withholding of security aid and his demand for investigations.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Boris Johnson Loses a Critical Brexit Vote, Throwing the Process Into Disarray
Lawmakers voted down a measure to compress the timetable to debate the new withdrawal deal, in a rebuke to the prime minister

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Lori Loughlin and Other Parents Face New Charges in College Admissions Scandal
Prosecutors added bribery counts against some parents who have pleaded not guilty in the nation's largest admissions case.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Trudeau Re-election Reveals Intensified Divisions in Canada
An urban vs. rural split, along with increasing regionalism, has taken hold in a country celebrated for social cohesion.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Putin and Erdogan Announce Plan for Northeast Syria, Bolstering Russian Influence
Russia's leader hosted his Turkish counterpart as a U.S.-brokered cease-fire with Kurdish forces came to an end, underscoring Moscow's emergence as a powerful player in the Middle East.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Trump Administration Moves to Lift Protections for Fish and Divert Water to Farms
The Trump administration eased protections on a small California fish, allowing water to be diverted from its estuary habitat to large Central Valley farms.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Shooting at School in Santa Rosa, California, Injures at Least 1
At least one person was injured when a gunman opened fire outside a high school in Santa Rosa, Calif., the police said, and a possible suspect was detained.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

In Hungary, a Freewheeling Trump Ambassador Undermines U.S. Diplomats
He brokered a White House meeting for Hungary's prime minister. He spends $320,000 on parties and takes positions at odds with American policy. He says he knows what President Trump wants.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

2 Proud Boys Sentenced to 4 Years in Brawl With Anti-Fascists at Republican Club
The men had been convicted for their part in a clash with protesters outside the Metropolitan Republican Club in Manhattan.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Why Baby Elijah Lost Medicaid, and a Million Fewer Children Have It
Officials point to rising employment, but the uninsured rate is climbing as families run afoul of new paperwork and as fear rises among immigrants.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Texas House Speaker Facing Political Scandal Says He Won't Run Again
The speaker, Dennis Bonnen, said he would not seek re-election. Support from his fellow Republicans has evaporated over the fallout from a secretly recorded meeting.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Facebook Pledges $1 Billion for California Housing
The move is the latest effort by technology companies to ease the state's severe housing crunch.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

At Tsismis, Filipino-American Drinking Food Worth Talking About
Tagalog language lessons begin the meal at this Filipino restaurant on the Lower East Side.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

With Syria on the Table, Erdogan Pays Court to Putin
Russia's leader hosted his Turkish counterpart as a U.S.-brokered cease-fire with Kurdish forces came to an end, underscoring Moscow's emergence as a powerful player in the Middle East.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Would You Like Fries With That? McDonald's Already Knows the Answer
The fast-food chain is turning to artificial intelligence and machine learning in the hopes of predicting what customers want before they decide.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

The Best New Comedy Specials to Stream Right Now
Jenny Slate, Nikki Glaser, Bill Burr and Jaboukie Young-White have new shows that will make you chuckle, sigh or laugh out loud.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Tiny Love Stories: ‘That Poor Pumpkin Needs Someone to Love It'
Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Trump Calls Impeachment Inquiry a ‘Lynching,' Drawing Outcry
President Trump described the Democrats' impeachment inquiry into him a "lynching" and said it was "without due process or fairness or any legal rights."

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

The Loudest Bird in the World Has a Song Like a Pile Driver
When a mate approaches a male white bellbird in the Amazon, he whips around and sings his piercing tune right in her face.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Why Baby Elijah and a Million Other Children Lost Medicaid
The uninsured rate for children is climbing as families run afoul of new paperwork from states and as fear rises among immigrants.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

The Enduring Power of Anticapitalism in American Politics
From Debs to Sanders to Ocasio-Cortez, an ideal persists.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

New Orleans Is Ready to Love Zion Williamson, Even if It Has to Wait
Williamson is the most-hyped N.B.A. rookie since LeBron James, but an injury will delay his Pelicans debut.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

How Do the New Plant-Based Burgers Stack Up? We Taste-Tested Them
The new generation of veggie burgers aims to replace the beefy original with fake meat or fresher vegetables. To find out how well they do, we ran a blind tasting of six top contenders.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin to Partner With 3 Companies on NASA Moon Lander
The start-up launched by the Amazon founder will work with three older space companies in its bid to carry American astronauts back to the lunar surface.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Chile Learns the Price of Economic Inequality
Protesters are demanding a larger share of the nation's prosperity — a reality check for its celebrated economic model.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin to Partner With Other Companies on NASA Moon Lander
The start-up launched by the Amazon founder will work with three older space companies in its bid to carry American astronauts back to the lunar surface.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Why Baby Elijah and a Million Other Children Lack Medicaid
The uninsured rate for children is climbing as families run afoul of new paperwork from states and as fear rises among immigrants.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

From Russia, With Admiration and Despair
When I was the Russian foreign minister, America was a beacon of moral truth. By impeaching Donald Trump, it can become one again.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Beyond the Grave: Franco's Memory Exhumed
After 44 years, Spain's opportunity to overcome historical grudges is at risk of becoming a symbolic gesture.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Our Reporter Walked Into a Prison Full of ISIS Detainees
A glimpse into a Kurdish-run prison found Islamic State suspects who claimed to be a cook, an herbalist and an "administrator" — anything but fighters.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Votes on Brexit Withdrawal Deal Are Another Crunch Moment for Boris Johnson
The prime minister is hoping for his first win in Parliament, particularly on compressing the debate on the deal. If that fails, he will call for an election.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Fossil Fuels on Trial: New York's Lawsuit Against Exxon Begins
After four years of investigation and finger-pointing, a trial about whether Exxon Mobil misled investors about the financial risks of climate change begins on Tuesday.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

The Trump Impeachment Inquiry: Latest Updates
The top American diplomat in Ukraine is meeting behind closed doors with House impeachment investigators as the inquiry widens and President Trump rages against what he calls a ‘lynching.'

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

WeWork, Rejected by Wall Street, Accepts Lifeline From SoftBank
The troubled shared office company scrapped an initial public offering and push out its chief executive last month.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Trump Calls Impeachment Inquiry a ‘Lynching'
President Trump called the Democrats' impeachment inquiry into him a "lynching" and said it was "without due process or fairness or any legal rights."

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

WeWork Accepts Lifeline From SoftBank Ending Weeks of Uncertainty
The troubled shared office company scrapped an initial public offering and push out its chief executive last month.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Introducing New California Real Estate Coverage
Tuesday: See homes in Sea Ranch, Pasadena and Palm Springs. Also: PG&E says it's weighing another power shut-off, and exploring East L.A.'s underground scenes.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Obamacare Premiums to Fall and Number of Insurers to Rise Next Year
Despite President Trump's efforts to undermine the Affordable Care Act, premiums will fall for plans sold under the law, and the number of insurers offering policies will rise.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Erdogan and Putin Meet as Syria Cease-Fire Nears an End
Russia's leader hosted his counterpart at the Black Sea resort of Sochi, underscoring Moscow's emergence as a powerful player in the Middle East.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Under Armour Founder Kevin Plank to Step Down as C.E.O.
Mr. Plank started the active wear company in 1996 in his grandmother's basement.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

WeWork Accepts SoftBank Takeover Offer
The deal ends weeks of turmoil at the troubled shared office company, scrapped an initial public offering and push out its chief executive last month

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Jimmy Carter Fractures Pelvis in Fall
The former president "is in good spirits and is looking forward to recovering at home," the Carter Center said.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

A Crucial Day for Brexit: What to Watch For
With Parliament set to debate and vote on a plan to let Britain leave the European Union by Oct. 31, Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces another major test.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Justin Trudeau, California, N.B.A.: Your Tuesday Briefing
Here's what you need to know.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Justin Trudeau's Anemic Victory
Sure, he eked out a "win." But it shouldn't have even been a fight.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Trapped in Syria, Part II: A Plea to Parliament
Kamalle Dabboussy fights to convince the Australian government that his daughter, a former ISIS bride, deserves a second chance.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

The Long Kurdish Struggle
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's war is an ethnonationalist attack on Kurds and their aspirations.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

‘Watership Down' and the Crisis of Liberalism
A classic novel (yes, the one about rabbits) has a political teaching for today.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Your Tuesday Briefing
Justin Trudeau, California, N.B.A.: Here's what you need to know.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Remembering Action Park for Its Thrills and Dangers
Tuesday: "A lot of people look back fondly on it as a coming-of-age experience," one documentary maker said.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

As Netanyahu Fails to Form a Government, Benny Gantz Gets a Chance to Try
The former army chief will have 28 days to assemble a coalition government for the fiercely divided country. Otherwise, a third election could follow.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

The World Can Make More Water From the Sea, but at What Cost?
As more places face a scarcity of fresh water, desalination is seen as a possible answer.  But energy and financial requirements limit how widely it can be used.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

The ‘Wrong Time' to Be in Gambia? Maybe Not
The 52 Places Traveler visits the smallest country in mainland Africa, where historical reckoning, crippling heat, infrastructure woes and an island of apes make for a trip to remember.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Anxious Democratic Establishment Asks, ‘Is There Anybody Else?'
Party leaders who are fatalistic about Democrats' chances in 2020 are musing about possible late entrants to the race. Sherrod Brown? Michelle Obama?

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

New Illinois Abortion Clinic Anticipates Post-Roe World
A regional clinic across the river from Missouri reflects how both sides of the abortion divide are looking toward a landscape in which some states might ban abortions outright.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Medicaid Now Covers a Million Fewer Children
The uninsured rate for children is climbing as families run afoul of new paperwork from states and as fear rises among immigrants.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

China Sharpens Hacking to Hound Its Minorities, Far and Wide
New, more sophisticated attacks are targeting Uighurs' phones — even iPhones and even abroad, security researchers say. They warn that foreigners could be next.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Naruhito's Enthronement: Hasn't Japan Done This Already?
The new emperor formally declared his ascension to the world's oldest monarchy on Tuesday. (The ceremony in April was only a prelude.)

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

How to Give People Advice They'll Be Delighted to Take
Evaluate, collaborate and support.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Dash Cams That Can Back You Up in an Accident
After a car accident, a dash cam can be your most reliable — and, often, only — eyewitness to prove it wasn't your fault. Here are the models we recommend.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Old Masters, Who Never Met, in Conversation
An exhibition at the Rijksmuseum brings together works by Rembrandt and Velázquez. They lived at the same time, but in different worlds.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Astros Executive Criticized for ‘Frightening' Outburst at Female Reporters
Brandon Taubman, the Houston Astros' assistant general manager, was said to have shouted at them while praising pitcher Roberto Osuna, who had been suspended for domestic violence last year.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

For Astros and Nationals, a World Series Flush With Aces
Sure, there are offensive stars in Houston and Washington. But the theme of this Fall Classic is clear: Two groups of dominant, durable starters will be going toe-to-toe on the mound.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

19 Women Accused a Gynecologist of Abuse. Why Didn't He Go to Prison?
The doctor reached a plea deal with the Manhattan district attorney, who is facing renewed criticism over his handling of the case.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Wasn't Japan's Emperor Just Enthroned? This Time He Got a Really Big Throne
Naruhito formally declared his ascension to the world's oldest monarchy before dignitaries from 183 countries. And next month comes a more mysterious affair.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Late Night Assures Trump He's No George Washington
After the president said Washington had conducted personal business while in office, the historical jokes started to roll in.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

PG&E Warns It Could Cut Power to California Users Again
More than a dozen counties could lose electricity as the struggling utility tries to keep its equipment from sparking wildfires.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Justin Trudeau Headed to Second Term as Canada's Prime Minister
The Liberal Party is projected to lose its majority but keep enough seats to form a government.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

‘Baby Shark' and the Sounds of Protest in Lebanon
A tax on WhatsApp calls opens the floodgates of anger over corruption and Lebanese from all sects pour into the streets.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Canada's Trudeau Wins Second Term, Overcoming Doubts About His Character
The victory for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada came after an often ugly campaign.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

Hungary's Orban Gave Trump Harsh Analysis of Ukraine Before Key Meeting
The discussion at the White House between President Trump and Prime Minister Viktor Orban was held over objections from Mr. Trump's national security adviser.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 22, 2019

President Accused of Fraud in Bolivia Election as He Opens Big Vote Lead
Early results suggested that President Evo Morales would be able to avoid a runoff against Carlos Mesa, but election monitors cast doubts on the result.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 21, 2019

President Accused of Fraud in Bolivia Election as He Opens Big Lead
Early results suggested that President Evo Morales would be able to avoid a runoff against Carlos Mesa, but election monitors cast doubts on the result.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 21, 2019

Two UConn Students Arrested After Repeatedly Shouting Racial Slur, Officials Say
A video of the episode on Oct. 11 was widely shared on social media and spurred outrage from students.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Oct 21, 2019

Canada's Trudeau Projected to Win Second Term, Overcoming Doubts About His Character
The victory for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada came after an often ugly campaign.

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