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Today β€” September 20th 2018Your RSS feeds

Review: City Ballet, in Turmoil, Shows the Value of What’s at Stake

By ALASTAIR MACAULAY

On opening night, while a crisis threatens New York City Ballet offstage, “Jewels” demonstrated the beauty and meaning of Balanchine choreography.

Yesterday β€” September 19th 2018Your RSS feeds

US tags Iran anew as top terror sponsor, global attacks fall

By SUSANNAH GEORGE

The United States has once again named Iran as the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism, accusing it of intensifying numerous conflicts and trying to undermine governments throughout the Middle East.

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The Decline and Fall of New York City Ballet

By TONI BENTLEY

Once among the city's greatest cultural institutions, George Balanchine’s creation lost its way under his successor, Peter Martins.

Hurricane Florence Is a Formidable Test for FEMA and Trump

By RON NIXON, JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS and JAMES GLANZ

After last year’s harsh lessons, the administration girded for a test of its ability as Hurricane Florence approached the Carolina coast.

Experts: Global extremism threat has grown since 9/11

By SUSANNAH GEORGE

Experts say violent extremism has grown since the Sept. 11 attacks and poses a greater global threat today than it did 17 years ago.

Third Point Seeks to Oust Campbell Soup’s Board

By MICHAEL J. de la MERCED

The campaign to replace the soup maker’s 12 directors is one of the most ambitious moves by an activist shareholder in recent years.

US plays down talk of imminent pullout of forces from Syria

By SUSANNAH GEORGE

The Trump administration is playing down talk of an imminent pullout of American forces from Syria, pledging the "U.S. will remain in Syria" until the "enduring defeat" of the Islamic State group.

Hungarian NGOs say Article 7 vote is also about alerting other EU members

By Georgi Gotev

The European Parliament will vote next week on a proposal to trigger Article 7 against Hungary. Hungarian civil society leaders threw their weight behind the proposal on Wednesday (5 September), saying it was the last chance to defend democracy in Hungary.

Mourning McCain, and America

By MICHELLE GOLDBERG

The bipartisan establishment is gone. Is it O.K. to miss it?

A Coveted Lawyer’s Juggling Act May Be Good, and Bad, for Trump

By MICHAEL D. SHEAR and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT

William Burck is deciding which documents about Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh can be released, as he also represents current and former White House officials in the special counsel inquiry.

Peter Frame, Ballet Dancer and Instructor, Dies at 61

By JULIA JACOBS

Mr. Frame was a member of the New York City Ballet for 14 years. He was known for resurrecting a rare piece of George Balanchine choreography as a soloist in 1986.

White House Withholds 100,000 Pages of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Records

By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG

Senator Chuck Schumer denounced the Trump administration’s decision to cite executive privilege in refusing to release records relating to Judge Kavanaugh’s time as a lawyer in the Bush White House.

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