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May 27, 2022

Fact-Checking Trump and Cruz at the N.R.A. Convention
The former president and the Texas senator made inaccurate or misleading claims about the efficacy of gun restrictions, gun ownership trends and school shootings.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

The Gunman in Uvalde Left Multiple Hints Before His Attack Began
Particularly online, the teenager who killed 19 students and two teachers at an elementary school provided dark warnings about the carnage to come.

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May 27, 2022

What Would an Egalitarian Internet Actually Look Like?
The online system is broken. How do we fix it?

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May 27, 2022

At N.R.A. Convention, the Blame Is on ‘Evil,' Not Guns
Above all else, activists and politicians at the gathering sought to divert pressure to support popular overhauls like expanded background checks by seizing on the issue of school safety.

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May 27, 2022

Prosecutors and Defense Duel in Closing Arguments of Sussmann Trial
A verdict is expected as early as Tuesday in the case brought by a Trump-era special counsel against a lawyer with ties to Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign.

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May 27, 2022

Nothing Is Stopping the N.R.A.'s Gun Orgy in Texas
In a sign that it's never "too soon" to glorify guns, G.O.P. leaders are gathering in Texas to wallow in that orgy of gun fetishism known as the N.R.A.'s annual convention.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

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

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

Meet the Reclusive Software Billionaire Attacking Elon Musk
Dan O'Dowd, a software entrepreneur in California, is running for Senate on a single-issue platform: Tesla's self-driving software.

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May 27, 2022

Fraternity Brothers Acquitted on Most Serious Charges in Student's Death
The two men were found not guilty of involuntary manslaughter and reckless homicide in the death of Stone Foltz, a 20-year-old Bowling Green State University sophomore. But they were convicted of hazing and other lesser counts.

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May 27, 2022

Gun Violence Is Like What Segregation Was. An Unaddressed Moral Stain.
How else to explain the resistance to dealing with it?

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May 27, 2022

Amanda Gorman Poem: Hymn for the Hurting
A new poem from Amanda Gorman, written after the tragedy in Uvalde, Texas.

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May 27, 2022

A Putin Opponent From Russia Leads Fighters Against His Home Country
"The hottest place to fight against the regime was in Ukraine," says a unit commander who has been a volunteer soldier for his adopted country on and off since 2015.

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May 27, 2022

The Current Generation of Mass Shootings
The next mass shooting is just a matter of time.

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May 27, 2022

Winning Looks From the Cannes Film Festival
Trends and other takeaways from the fashion show — sorry, movie gathering — on the Croisette.

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May 27, 2022

Why the Once-Hawkish Heritage Foundation Opposed Aid to Ukraine
The conservative think tank has shifted on foreign policy along with the Republican grass-roots, and it is taking a more skeptical view of U.S. involvement in the world.

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May 27, 2022

How Kim Kardashian Is Bringing Buzz (and Business) to Staten Island
When the comedian Pete Davidson, a passionate ambassador for the borough, takes the starlet out for pizza there, fans follow.

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May 27, 2022

Active Shooter Trainings Teach the U.S. Police to ‘Stop the Killing'
The response should center on neutralizing the gunman, a training program that is the national standard says, and then on getting medical aid to anyone who has been injured.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

Active Shooting Trainings Teach the U.S. Police to ‘Stop the Killing'
The response should center on neutralizing the gunman, a training program that is the national standard says, and then on getting medical aid to anyone who has been injured.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

He left Russia to fight Putin. Now he leads Ukrainian soldiers in combat against his former compatriots.


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May 27, 2022

Ellen DeGeneres, a Signature Star of the Obama Era, Says Goodbye
The host had apologized after reports of misconduct at the "Ellen" workplace, but it wasn't enough to undo a ratings crash. She makes her exit from daytime TV after a 19-year run.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

Which Cannes Films Have the Best Oscar Odds?
Movies from Park Chan-wook, Lukas Dhont and Hirokazu Kore-eda could be what academy voters are looking for. But don't count out "Top Gun: Maverick."

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

Ukrainian volunteers, once ordinary citizens, now find themselves fighting on the front line.


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May 27, 2022

After El Paso shooting, Trump pushed again on gun control. His aides talked him out of it.
When the president asked why he couldn't do something about assault weapons, people in the room recalled, his acting chief of staff replied: "You'd lose."

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May 27, 2022

Grand Jury Begins Trump Inquiry in Georgia With Up to 50 Subpoenas
The district attorney in Fulton County, Ga., is weighing racketeering charges connected to G.O.P. attempts to overturn the 2020 election.

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May 27, 2022

Trump's Lawsuit Against Letitia James Is Dismissed
Mr. Trump had argued that an inquiry by the attorney general, Letitia James, violated his constitutional rights. It was his second legal loss in two days.

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May 27, 2022

America Kills Its Enemies in Our Name. And Then Keeps It Secret.
What does it mean to be a citizen of a state that kills for you but doesn't tell you about it? Are you still responsible?

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

30-Minute Swim Workout
With just 30 minutes and a few useful tricks, a trip to the pool can become serious exercise.

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May 27, 2022

Jumaane Williams Owns the Left Lane. Why Hasn't His Campaign Taken Off?
Mr. Williams, whose candidacy for New York governor was celebrated by progressives, has not gained much momentum and is far behind in fund-raising.

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May 27, 2022

Russian Academics Aim to Punish Colleagues Who Backed Ukraine Invasion
A campaign is circulating a list of dozens of researchers in the hopes they will be denied the prestige of election into the Russian Academy of Sciences.

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May 27, 2022

In Cruz and Cornyn, Texas has two senators with two divergent responses to a gun massacre at home.


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May 27, 2022

Goldman's Move to Unlimited Vacation Is Good for … Goldman
Goldman Sachs is the latest company to let workers take as much time off as they want. That means no more unused days — and no need to pay them out later.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

Remembering the ‘Great Stewardess Rebellion'
Nell McShane Wulfhart discusses her new history of a labor movement, and James Kirchick talks about "Secret City: The Hidden History of Gay Washington."

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

What to Cook This Weekend
As we look ahead to summer, consider spicy clam dip, watermelon salad with fried shallots or pineapple upside-down cake.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

Pakistan Raises Fuel Prices in Effort to Stabilize Economy
The interim government's move was seen as a bid to revive a $6 billion bailout from the International Monetary Fund.

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May 27, 2022

A witness recalls the early moments after the gunman opened fire.


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May 27, 2022

The True Cost of Kylian Mbappé's New Deal
It is easy to be dazzled by money in soccer, especially as the figures blur into incomprehension. But the numbers matter because of what comes next.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

Abbott Drops Out of NRA Convention, but Trump, Cruz and Others to Speak
Gov. Greg Abbott canceled plans for an in-person appearance at the event, but former President Donald Trump was among those still scheduled to speak.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

Gas Prices Hit New Highs as Summer Driving Season Starts
A gallon has jumped by about 50 cents over the last month as Russia's war in Ukraine has continued to unsettle the global energy market.

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May 27, 2022

Deep in Vatican Archives, Scholar Discovers ‘Flabbergasting' Secrets
David Kertzer has spent decades excavating the Vatican's hidden history, with his work winning a Pulitzer and capturing Hollywood's attention. A new book examines Pope Pius XII's role in the Holocaust.

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May 27, 2022

Guy Fieri's Graying Eminence and More: The Week in Narrated Articles
Five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

Nothing Is Going to Stop the N.R.A.'s Gun Orgy in Texas
In a sign that it's never "too soon" to glorify guns, G.O.P. leaders are gathering in Texas to wallow in that orgy of gun fetishism known as the N.R.A.'s annual convention.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

America Kills Our Enemies in Our Name. And Then Keeps It Secret.
What does it mean to be a citizen of a state that kills for you but doesn't tell you about it? Are you still responsible?

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

The Uvalde 21: A Tribute to Victims of the Texas Shooting
Today, we mourn the victims of Uvalde.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

The Uvalde 21
Today, we mourn the victims of Uvalde.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

What Really Caused the Baby Formula Shortage
The recent shutdown of one of the largest production plants in the United States has sent families scrambling to find essential food for their children.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

The Only Living Pay Phones in New York
At one point in time, you couldn't walk 30 feet on a New York City block without encountering a pay phone. A look at the last ones.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

Housing Market Has Altered the Math of Moving
The housing market has altered the math of moving for nearly everyone.

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May 27, 2022

China Spins U.N. Human Rights Chief's Visit as Propaganda
Michelle Bachelet's tour includes Xinjiang, where China has been accused of genocide. The terms of her visit are unclear, and critics say Beijing is using her for propaganda.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

11 Families in Senegal Welcomed Newborns. A Fire Left Them Devastated.
Joy over the births turned to shock and grief after a blaze swept through a neonatal ward at a hospital in Senegal. "There's nothing we can do but suffer," said a man who lost his grandson.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

For the N.R.A. and Trump, the Show Must Go On in Texas
In a sign that it's never "too soon" to glorify guns, G.O.P. leaders are gathering in Texas to wallow in that orgy of gun fetishism known as the N.R.A.'s annual convention.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

How Influencers Hype Crypto, Without Disclosing Their Financial Ties
Logan Paul, Paul Pierce and other celebrities have promoted risky and obscure digital currencies, sometimes failing to mention their conflicts of interest.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

It's Not Looking Too Good for Government of the People, by the People and for the People
The filibuster is only one part of the larger problem of the capture of America's political institutions by an unrepresentative minority.

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May 27, 2022

The Uvalde Shooting Shows America May Be Broken Beyond Repair
If our system can't respond to the slaughter of children, what can it do?

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

The Moral Cost of Killing Our Enemies in Secret
What does it mean to be a citizen of a state that kills for you but doesn't tell you about it? Are you still responsible?

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

Johnson Takes Aim at Next Big Political Threat: Soaring Prices in U.K.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson, under pressure over a scathing report on lockdown parties in Downing Street and with his party trailing in opinion polls, unveiled an aid package Thursday.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

How an Organized Republican Effort Punishes Companies for Climate Action
Legislators and their allies are running an aggressive campaign that uses public money and the law to pressure businesses they say are pushing "woke" causes.

NYTimes Global
May 27, 2022

Accused of Cheating by an Algorithm, and a Professor She Had Never Met
An unsettling glimpse at the digitization of education.

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May 27, 2022

Biden Vows to Defend Taiwan, But China Has The Upper Hand
Biden pledges to defend Taiwan against China but U.S. is outgunned

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

Southern Baptists Release List of Alleged Sex Abusers
The document's existence, once kept secret, was revealed just days ago, sending shock waves through the denomination.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

Golden State Headed to NBA Finals After Beating Dallas Mavericks
After injuries contributed to the end of a streak of five straight finals runs, Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green are back.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

How to Engage and Cope With Mass Tragedies
Stressful events can cause us to detach and disengage, experts say, but there are ways to avoid becoming desensitized.

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May 26, 2022

U.S. to Begin Allowing Migrants to Apply for Asylum Under a New System
The rollout of the process for some arrivals at the southwestern border will be small, but could represent the tip of broad changes to the asylum system.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

Russia attacks Kharkiv, killing nine people and ending the city's brief reprieve.


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May 26, 2022

Police Response to Uvalde Shooting Infuriated Parents Clinging to Hope
Law enforcement killed the gunman more than an hour after the first officers arrived at an elementary school in Texas. Nineteen students and two teachers died in the attack.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

Republicans' Jan. 6 Refusal Could Set Up a Showdown
The decision by the four Republicans, including Representative Kevin McCarthy, the minority leader, had broad implications for the inquiry and for congressional powers.

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May 26, 2022

Senators Grasp for a Bipartisan Gun Deal, Facing Long Odds
A group of Republicans and Democrats have begun an urgent set of talks aimed at reaching an elusive compromise on new gun laws. After a decade of failure, can this time be different?

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May 26, 2022

How Does It End? Fissures Emerge Over What Constitutes Victory in Ukraine
Differing objectives foreshadow a coming debate about what position President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine and his Western allies would take if negotiations to end the conflict finally get going.

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May 26, 2022

The G.O.P. Doesn't Think People Should Have to Obey Rules
Catering to gun culture is only part of the story.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

In the Texas Rampage's Wake, Social Media Can Reform Itself
Online hoax allegations are an insult to family members and should be taken down.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

The Southern Baptist Moral Meltdown
The church leaders who made themselves blind, and then cruel.

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May 26, 2022

U.S. Aims to Constrain China by Shaping Its Environment, Blinken Says
The U.S. secretary of state gave a glimpse of President Biden's classified strategy on China, in which officials have concluded they cannot change Beijing's behavior.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

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

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

It's Still Covid's World. We're Just Living In It.
The virus has receded from the headlines, but it may continue to cause major problems for some time to come.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

Scott Pruitt ‘Endangered Public Safety' by Forcing His Drivers to Speed
An internal report validated whistle-blower allegations that Scott Pruitt repeatedly forced his security detail to drive at dangerous speeds on routine trips because he was running late.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

Remembering Ray Liotta in ‘Goodfellas'
His performance as Henry Hill includes many touches that weren't in the script. But the producer didn't want to cast him originally.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

TikTok's Amber Heard Hate Machine
Television turned the celebrity trial into a 24-hour tabloid spectacle. Social media made it into a sport.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

On Uvalde, Caring about Gun Control Is All We Seem Able to Do
What will it take to change our model of citizenship?

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend?
This holiday weekend, our TV critic recommends a returning sci-fi anthology, a spinoff of "Letterkenny" and a lighthearted Australian sports comedy.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

Russia attacks Kharkiv, killing eight people and ending the city's brief reprieve.


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May 26, 2022

‘Something Terrible Happened Today': Parents on Telling Their Kids About Uvalde
Readers shared their experiences and advice after the shooting at Robb Elementary School.

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May 26, 2022

In Cannes, Filmmakers Contend With Despair and Beauty, Too
Titles like "Aftersun," "Tori and Lokita" and "EO" offer dark visions that challenge and move viewers.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

Palestinian Inquiry Accuses Israel of Intentionally Killing Al Jazeera Journalist
The Palestinian Authority reported its final findings from a two-week investigation into the killing of the journalist Shireen Abu Akleh. Israel said it was still conducting its own inquiry.

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May 26, 2022

Ray Liotta, of ‘Goodfellas' and ‘Field of Dreams,' Dies at 67
The actor died in his sleep in the Dominican Republic, where he was filming a movie.

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May 26, 2022

‘The G.O.P. Has Gone Even Farther Right Than I Expected': Three Writers Talk About the Midterms
Unfortunately for Democrats, this year does not seem like it will offer an exception to the midterm jinx.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

Popular Security Strategies Have Not Stopped School Mass Shootings
Hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent to protect students from school shootings. Massacres keep happening.

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May 26, 2022

Who Is Protected Against Monkeypox?
Older people who received smallpox vaccinations may yet have some immunity, researchers say. Healthy children and adults generally do not become severely ill.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

Imaging Contrast Dye Shortage Delays Tests for Diseases
Many U.S. hospitals are postponing scans used to diagnose diseases after a Covid lockdown in China hobbled the main U.S. supplier of an imaging chemical.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

‘Top Gun: Maverick' Review: Will This Stuff Still Fly?
Tom Cruise takes to the air once more in a long-awaited sequel to a much-loved '80s action blockbuster.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

When Preachers Are Predators
The Baptists' sexual abuse crisis shows — again — that churches aren't exempt from the rot around them.

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May 26, 2022

Documents Shed Light on Secret U.S. Plans for Apocalyptic Scenarios
Dating back to 1950s preparations for nuclear war and revised after the Sept. 11 attacks, the presidential directives are not shown to Congress.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

New York A.G. Can Question Trump Under Oath, Appeals Court Rules
The judges unanimously rejected the former president's appeal of an earlier ruling that ordered him and two of his adult children to testify in a civil investigation into his family business.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

U.S. Aims to Constrain China by Shaping Environment Around It, Blinken Says
The U.S. secretary of state gave a glimpse of President Biden's classified strategy on China, in which officials have concluded they cannot change Beijing's aggressive behavior.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

Margo Jefferson Discusses Ella Fitzerald and Childhood Icons
When you're young, the pop culture you absorb becomes a kind of "parent." Wesley Morris and the critic Margo Jefferson reflect on the icons who shaped them.

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May 26, 2022

Two Russian soldiers plead guilty in the second war crimes trial in Ukraine.


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May 26, 2022

Where the Ice Cream Cones at Dairy Queen and Mister Softee Come From
Joy Baking Group has cornered much of the market with one guiding principle: When it comes to cones, people want what they know.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

Kevin Spacey Facing Sexual Assault Charges in Britain
British prosecutors said that they had authorized criminal charges against Mr. Spacey, 62, for four counts of sexual assault against three men.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

Secret Emergency Orders May Include Focus on Internet, New Files Show
Dating back to 1950s preparations for nuclear war and revised after the Sept. 11 attacks, the presidential directives are not shown to Congress.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

The Root of Haiti's Misery: Reparations to Enslavers
In 1791, enslaved Haitians ousted the French and founded a nation. But France made generations of Haitians pay for their freedom. How much it cost them was a mystery, until now.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

What Do You Know About Homelessness and Housing Insecurity? Tell us.
Headway wants to learn more about the people affected by this issue and the stories we should tell.

NYTimes Global
May 26, 2022

What We Know About the Texas Elementary School Shooting Victims
In Uvalde, Texas, where 19 children and two teachers were killed, everyone, it seemed, had a connection to those lost.

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