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10/16/2017 03:54 PM
Asia and Australia Edition: Ophelia, Kirkuk, Bowe Bergdahl: Your Tuesday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

10/16/2017 01:23 PM
Iraqi Forces Sweep Into Kirkuk, Checking Kurdish Independence Drive
Government troops seize a crucial city and oil fields from Kurdish separatists who have been pressing for an independent state in northern Iraq.

10/16/2017 04:16 PM
Are the Days of Low Oil Prices Receding?
The Kurdish vote for independence in Iraq is the latest geopolitical crisis to affect a market already weighing the impact of possible new sanctions on Iran.

10/16/2017 03:35 PM
As U.S. Confronts Internet’s Disruptions, China Feels Vindicated
It censors online expression, but it has also taken a hard line against fake news, hacking and deception.

10/16/2017 07:04 AM
The World Once Laughed at North Korean Cyberpower. No More.
While the world is fixated on its nuclear missiles, North Korea has also developed a cyberattack program that is stealing millions and unleashing havoc.

10/16/2017 12:26 PM
Stranded by Maria, Puerto Ricans Get Creative to Survive
Three weeks after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, people across the island, especially those in remote areas, are improvising ways to stay alive.

10/16/2017 11:45 AM
Sending Relief by Air and Sea to Puerto Rico From the Bronx
As she leads a nonprofit’s aid effort, Lymaris Albors channels the anguish stirred by Hurricane Maria into delivering help to her homeland.

10/16/2017 01:18 PM
Trump Blames Democrats and ‘Some Republicans’ for Stalled Agenda
Trump said that some Republicans “should be ashamed at themselves” for failing to support the president’s agenda, including repeal of the Affordable Care Act.

10/16/2017 10:02 AM
For Weinstein, a Brush With the Police, Then No Charges
Accused of sexual assault by an Italian model in New York City, Harvey Weinstein mobilized lawyers and publicists to make the case go away. He was never charged.

10/16/2017 01:36 PM
Weinstein Company Agrees to a Rescue Investment From Colony Capital
The company, reeling from scandals surrounding Harvey Weinstein, said it would begin negotiations on selling some or all of its assets to Colony Capital.

10/15/2017 09:51 PM
Woody Allen Warns of ‘Witch Hunt’ Over Weinstein, Then Tries to Clarify
In an interview with the BBC, Mr. Allen expressed sympathy for “the poor women that were involved” but also called the situation “sad for Harvey.”

10/15/2017 06:57 PM
Op-Ed Contributors: How to Win Against Big Soda
Taxing sugary drinks requires public education and grass-roots organizing.

10/16/2017 05:51 AM
The Stone: Education in the Age of Outrage
When pain and suffering are equated with moral authority, the mission of higher education becomes an impossible one.

10/15/2017 10:54 PM
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump, Chieftain of Spite
Trump can’t hold a candle to Obama, so he’s taking a tiki torch to Obama’s legacy.

10/16/2017 05:59 AM
Op-Ed Contributor: Democracy Is Possible in Syria. My Friend Knew How.
Mehmet Aksoy died helping to build a free society in a region that sorely needs one. Now I’m sharing his final call to action.

10/16/2017 03:26 PM
Bowe Bergdahl, Called a ‘Traitor’ by President Trump, Pleads Guilty
Sergeant Bergdahl left his Afghanistan post in 2009 and was held captive by the Taliban for about five years. He was released in 2014 in a prisoner swap.

10/16/2017 02:50 AM
Mogadishu Truck Bombings Are Deadliest Attack in Decades
With at least 270 people dead, suspicion fell on the Shabab, a militant group that has been losing ground but, it now appears, perhaps not strength.

10/16/2017 12:41 PM
New Jersey Man Found Guilty in Chelsea Bombing
Ahmad Khan Rahimi was charged with carrying out a two-day bombing spree that turned West 23rd Street into a debris field and terrorized the region.

10/16/2017 04:12 PM
Powerful Storm Lashes Ireland, Killing at Least 3 People
The national weather service described the storm, Ophelia, as the most powerful ever recorded in the northeastern Atlantic.

10/16/2017 12:58 PM
Justices to Decide on Forcing Technology Firms to Provide Data Held Abroad
The Supreme Court will decide whether prosecutors can force Microsoft to turn over emails held on a server in Ireland, and in another case, whether American Express violated antitrust laws.

10/16/2017 03:18 PM
California Fires Leave Many Homeless Where Housing Was Already Scarce
A state that was struggling with slow construction and soaring prices and rents now must find accommodation for thousands of evacuees from scorched zones.

10/16/2017 09:08 AM
Accused of Corruption on Multiple Continents, and Comfortably Defiant in Senegal
Papa Massata Diack has been involved with huge corruption schemes that have tainted global sports, prosecutors claim. He says he can explain everything.

10/16/2017 02:43 PM
Philippines Says It Killed ISIS-Linked Leader in Push to Reclaim City
Isnilon Hapilon and the group he led, Abu Sayyaf, have occupied parts of the southern city of Marawi since May. He was wanted by the F.B.I. for hostage-taking.

10/16/2017 04:02 PM
A New Jakarta Governor Takes Office, and a Predecessor Sits in a Cell
Anies Baswedan is sworn in as the last man elected serves a sentence for blasphemy, hinting at the precarious state of religious tolerance in Indonesia.

10/16/2017 03:16 PM
Newark Says, Hey Amazon, Look Over Here
With universities, an international airport and lots of space, the New Jersey city says it is the perfect location for the online retailer’s second headquarters.

10/16/2017 02:36 PM
Nicki Minaj, Always in Control
The queen of hip-hop has fought her way to the top of the music industry — and never made compromises.

10/16/2017 05:00 AM
Update: How the Florida Keys Are Coming Back to Life
Hurricane Irma caused extensive damage. But the main road through the islands is open — and many hotels, restaurants and festivals are back in business.

10/13/2017 11:36 AM
Why Frankenstein’s Monster Haunts Queer Art
As the 200th birthday of Mary Shelley’s monstrous allegory approaches, an exploration of its resonance with artists.

10/15/2017 02:45 PM
5 Cheap(ish) Things to Help You Recover From a Tough Workout
Welcome to the latest edition of the Smarter Living newsletter.

10/09/2017 09:33 AM
Sketch Guy: We See Others’ Failures as Courageous. We See Our Own as Shameful. Why?
If your instinct is to feel compassion for brave people who try hard at something hard and fail nonetheless, consider granting yourself that same grace.

10/09/2017 06:00 AM
Generation Grandparent: Fear the Blanket, Not the Germs
Babies haven’t changed, but parenting standards have.

10/16/2017 05:00 AM
In the Studio: Nike’s Chief of Design Doodles All Day
John Hoke invited us into his office in Portland, Ore., where he talked about his dyslexia, his doodling and some weird shoes that inspire him.

10/16/2017 01:24 PM
Book News: Is Trump Imitating Fiction? Or Is Fiction Imitating Trump?
A new thriller, “To Kill the President,” has readers calling the author Nostradamus.

10/16/2017 11:03 AM
When They Met: In a Bygone New York, John Epperson Invited Charles Busch to a Show
The two old friends — and one-time frenemies — both became famous wearing women’s clothing. But don’t call them “drag queens.”

10/16/2017 02:59 AM
On Pro Basketball: Months of N.B.A. Sound and Fury, Signifying No Threat to the Warriors
The league went through a transformative off-season, with star players switching teams and the league overhauling rules. But the most important thing didn’t change.

10/12/2017 06:26 PM
Review: Adam Sandler Is a Revelation in ‘The Meyerowitz Stories’
A career high, and not just for this film’s writer and director, Noah Baumbach.

10/16/2017 03:00 PM
LIGO Detects Fierce Collision of Neutron Stars for the First Time
Seen and heard, the fireball is a stunning breakthrough into kilonovas, bursts of energy believed to produce metals like gold and uranium in the universe.

10/15/2017 07:44 PM
Buy a Sofa Online? Wayfair Is Counting on It
The online company is betting that you won’t need to sit on the cushions before you buy — and that it can get the furniture through your door.

10/16/2017 10:38 AM
Kitchen of the Future: Smart and Fast but Not Much Fun
At the Smart Kitchen Summit in Seattle, they talked of appliances that plan, shop, advise — and leave little room for the joy of cooking.

10/11/2017 06:00 AM
Phys Ed: What Half-Marathons Teach Us About Running a Marathon
Running long distances is not enough to prepare the leg muscles for the great demands of an endurance event like the marathon.

10/15/2017 11:48 PM
A Bot That Makes Trump’s Tweets Presidential
Twitter bots are winning fans by formatting President Trump’s posts to look like official statements, or tracking the accounts he and his inner circle follow.

10/06/2017 12:00 PM
Don’t Get Too Comfortable at That Desk
New designs are partly a backlash to wide-open floor plans and include a “palette of places,” meaning that people don’t sit in just one spot.

10/07/2017 05:00 AM
As Overdose Deaths Pile Up, a Medical Examiner Quits the Morgue
“It has completely overwhelmed us,” Dr. Thomas A. Andrew said of the opioid crisis. His new ambition: minister to the living about the dangers of drugs.

10/10/2017 03:21 AM
Op-Ed Columnist: The Art of Thinking Well
How do you persuade people? It’s not always by presenting the facts.

10/08/2017 07:50 PM
Dove Drops an Ad Accused of Racism
In a Facebook ad for Dove body wash, a black woman removes her shirt to reveal a white woman. The company apologized, but similar ads by others have been common.

09/08/2017 10:28 AM
Test Run: How to Explore a City Like a Local Using Your Smartphone
Three apps that make it easy to connect with locals — without having to talk to them in person.

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