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Today β€” May 21st 2018Your RSS feeds

The Right Way to Fix the Prisons

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

What Congress could learn from Donald Trump’s moment of empathy on criminal justice.

K2 Eyed as Culprit After 14 People Overdose in Brooklyn

By ASHLEY SOUTHALL and LUIS FERRΓ‰-SADURNÍ

Investigators were trying to determine the source of a drug that caused the victims to faint and vomit.

Yesterday β€” May 20th 2018Your RSS feeds

U.S. Suspends Tariffs on China, Stoking Fears of a Loss of Leverage

By ANA SWANSON and ALAN RAPPEPORT

A temporary cease-fire has calmed fears of a trade war, but the Trump administration now faces criticism it is backing down from striking a tough deal.

Cleared of Spying for China, She Still Doesn’t Have Her Job Back

By NICOLE PERLROTH

Three years ago, Sherry Chen, a hydrologist working for the National Weather Service, had charges against her dropped. A judge says she should be able to return to work.

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U.S. and China Tout Trade Talks as Success, but Leave the Details for Later

By ANA SWANSON

The two countries said they had reached an agreement to increase American exports, but the White House noted that specifics would be agreed upon at a later date.

Trump Says He Will Nominate Acting Secretary to Lead V.A.

By EILEEN SULLIVAN and DAVE PHILIPPS

President Trump’s previous choice to run the Department of Veterans Affairs, Ronny L. Jackson, withdrew his name from consideration last month.

Counting Years, Shedding Seconds

By GAIA SQUARCI and JOHN LELAND

A photo essay of the Senior Games held recently on Staten Island and in Brooklyn.

Trump Pushes Possibility of Campaign Informant as β€˜Really Bad Stuff’

By EILEEN SULLIVAN

By raising the prospect of a spy in his 2016 campaign, the president weighed into a simmering battle between federal law enforcement officials and his allies on Capitol Hill.

Cleared of Spying for China, She Still Doesn’t Have Her Job Back

By NICOLE PERLROTH

Three years ago, Sherry Chen, a hydrologist working for the National Weather Service, had charges against her dropped. A judge says she should be able to return to work.

The Cruelty of Breaking Up Immigrant Families

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

The Trump administration appears to be making it a policy to separate children from their family members when they cross the border.

Mueller Won’t Indict Trump if He Finds Wrongdoing, Giuliani Says

By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT, MAGGIE HABERMAN and CHARLIE SAVAGE

The special counsel’s office has told the president’s lawyers that prosecutors will follow existing guidelines that say that sitting presidents cannot be indicted.

Man Threatens Spanish-Speaking Workers: β€˜My Next Call Will Be to ICE’

By LIZ ROBBINS

In a rant caught on video in a Manhattan cafe, a man berated a manager for workers’ language, but even immigration officials distanced themselves from him.

Trump Calls Some Unauthorized Immigrants β€˜Animals’ in Rant

By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS

The president unspooled a lengthy diatribe before TV cameras, warning that dangerous people were clamoring to breach the United States’ borders and castigating Mexico.

In Rebuke of Trump, Tillerson Says Lies Are a Threat to Democracy

By GARDINER HARRIS

The ex-secretary of state, who didn’t mention the president by name in a commencement speech at the Virginia Military Institute, said efforts to hide the truth amounted to going “wobbly on America.”

DeVos Visits New York Schools, but Not Ones Run by the City

By SHARON OTTERMAN

In visits to two Orthodox schools, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos offered her strongest comments to date in support of public funding for religious schools.

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