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Today β€” September 18th 2020Your RSS feeds

Don’t Mess With Ireland, Biden Warns Boris Johnson

By Mark Landler

The Democratic presidential candidate warned Britain’s prime minister that any deal with the European Union must protect the Irish peace agreement.

Yesterday β€” September 17th 2020Your RSS feeds

New-Era Golfers Prepare to Be Humbled at Winged Foot

By Bill Pennington

The 97-year-old course will test long-driving players with its deep, untrampled rough and multitiered greens. “It’s the hardest golf course I’ve ever played,” world No. 3 golfer Justin Thomas said.

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Boris Johnson Pushes to Backtrack on E.U. Deal, Despite Party Revolt

By Mark Landler

The British prime minister’s move to rewrite a treaty that settled Northern Ireland’s post-Brexit status raised fears that trade negotiations with the European Union could be impaired.

Brexit Talks Hit Crisis as Boris Johnson Rejects EU Ultimatum

By Stephen Castle and Mark Landler

Europe has demanded the quick withdrawal of draft Brexit legislation that breaks international law. Britain has refused.

Boris Johnson, Covid, Brexit and the Art of Policy Improvisation

By Mark Landler and Stephen Castle

Even by the British prime minister’s lofty standards, his reversals this week on the two dominant issues facing his country were breathtaking.

Boris Johnson, Covid, Brexit and the Art of Policy Improvisation

By Mark Landler and Stephen Castle

Even by the British prime minister’s lofty standards, his reversals this week on the two dominant issues facing his country were breathtaking.

J.C. Penney Avoids Liquidation in Sale to Mall Operators Simon and Brookfield

By Lauren Hirsch and Sapna Maheshwari

The deal for the company’s retail business will keep a number of locations open and is likely to save tens of thousands of jobs.

Boris Johnson Facing Revolt Over Brexit Negotiations

By Mark Landler

The government’s top lawyer has quit, and even a government minister admits the prime minister’s effort to rewrite the treaty violates international law.

London’s Bridges Really Are Falling Down

By Mark Landler

Three major crossings on the Thames are closed to cars — one of them considered too dangerous even to walk across. Even the landmark Tower Bridge was recently shut for two days.

As Brexit Deadlines Loom, the Posturing and Bickering Flare Again

By Mark Landler and Stephen Castle

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is threatening to cut off negotiations by Oct. 15 if there is no progress. The European Union says the British are not negotiating.

Dustin Johnson Completes Long Climb to Win FedEx Cup

By The Associated Press

Johnson was a long shot when the season resumed in June but took the playoff’s $15 million prize after winning the Tour Championship, the pinnacle of his mighty summer run.

Dwayne Johnson, the Rock, Tests Positive for the Coronavirus

By Bryan Pietsch

The actor and former wrestler known as the Rock said on Instagram that his entire family had tested positive. “It has nothing to do with politics,” he said. “Wear your mask.”

BBC Lost a Battle Over British Songs, and the War Is Far From Over

By Mark Landler

Boris Johnson came into office aiming to defund the BBC and let in rivals. The coronavirus has delayed that, but the broadcaster again finds itself a punching bag for Conservatives.

Jon Rahm Sinks a Big Putt to Win Playoff at the BMW Championship

By Associated Press

Dustin Johnson, the third-round leader, forced the playoff with Rahm, who shut the door by sinking a putt of over 65 feet for a birdie 3 on the first extra hole.

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