[Contact]

Daily breaking news

πŸ”’
❌ About FreshRSS
There are new available articles, click to refresh the page.
Today β€” April 20th 2018NYT HomePage

Giuliani to Join Trump’s Legal Team

By MAGGIE HABERMAN

Rudolph W. Giuliani, the former New York City mayor and longtime Trump loyalist, will be part of a legal stable as the president faces the Russia investigation.

Opinion: Olivia Pope and Me

By TARIRO MZEZEWA

Even when ‘Scandal’ veered into the absurd, I never gave up on its heroine.

Common Sense: Punishing Wells Fargo: Just Deserts, or Beating a Dead Horse?

By JAMES B. STEWART

The bank deserved to pay for its reprehensible transgressions. But our columnist asks whether further punishment may just be hurting the shareholders.

Wells Fargo Said to Be Target of $1 Billion U.S. Fine

By EMILY FLITTER and GLENN THRUSH

Two federal regulators are expected to penalize the bank for its alleged misconduct, people familiar with the action said.

β€˜Fearless Girl’ to Move, and She May Take the Wall Street Bull With Her

By J. DAVID GOODMAN

Mayor Bill de Blasio said the statue known as “Fearless Girl” would be moved from its spot on Broadway; “Charging Bull” may soon follow.

Yesterday β€” April 19th 2018NYT HomePage

McCabe Report Is Sent to Prosecutors to Weigh Possible Criminal Inquiry

By ADAM GOLDMAN and KATIE BENNER

The Justice Department inspector general concluded in a scathing report that Andrew McCabe, the fired F.B.I. official, lacked candor when answering investigators’ questions.

Lance Armstrong Settles Federal Fraud Case for $5 Million

By JULIET MACUR and VICTOR MATHER

Accused of defrauding the Postal Service by doping while under its sponsorship, Armstrong averted a trial next month by agreeing to the settlement.

Missile Strikes Are Unlikely to Stop Syria’s Chemical Attacks, Pentagon Says

By THOMAS GIBBONS-NEFF

A military intelligence report found that the Syrian government is expected to resume its chemical weapons program, despite President Trump saying “mission accomplished.” Here’s how the strike unfolded.

Asia and Australia Edition: Korea, Volcano, Cuba: Your Friday Briefing

By INYOUNG KANG

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

  • April 19th 2018 at 22:05

β€˜Fighting Very Diligently’ for 3 Americans Held by North Korea

By RUSSELL GOLDMAN

“We are doing our very best,” President Trump said of the three detainees, all Korean-Americans.

The Problem With Miracle Cancer Cures

By ROBERT M. WACHTER

If immunotherapy worked most of the time, this would be an unambiguously happy story. But it doesn’t.

Op-Ed Contributor: A Note to the Classically Insecure

By MILES HOFFMAN

Most people believe they don’t “get” classical music. But in the most important sense, they do.

Trump’s NASA Nominee, Jim Bridenstine, Confirmed by Senate on Party-Line Vote

By KENNETH CHANG

The Oklahoma congressman’s nomination languished for more than seven months as senators raised objections to his record, and now additional concerns have been raised.

Hans Asperger Aided Nazi Child Euthanasia, Study Says

By CEYLAN YEGINSU

The autism researcher collaborated with the Third Reich and actively assisted in the killing of disabled children, a new report says.

In a Trade War, China Might Boycott U.S. Goods. That Could Backfire.

By SUI-LEE WEE and ZHANG TIANTIAN

State media have hinted that Beijing could weaponize its consumers in a trade war. But American brands are popular in China — and Chinese workers make many of their products.

Trump Lawyer Drops Defamation Suits Related to Russia Inquiry

By ALAN FEUER

The decision by Michael Cohen to abandon the suits came as federal prosecutors are investigating his efforts to protect Mr. Trump from brewing scandals.

Tech Tip: Dodging Fake Fraud Alerts

By J. D. BIERSDORFER

Many financial institutions offer fraud alerts by text, but if you’re not sure the message is real, call the company directly or check your account online.

❌