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Today β€” January 22nd 2019Your RSS feeds

DealBook: Chilling Davos: A Bleak Warning on Global Division and Debt

By ANDREW ROSS SORKIN

An influential financier says investors should pay heed to growing risks and social tensions — a message resonating at the World Economic Forum.

FIFA’s Boss Wants to Remake the Game. Europe Wants No Part of It.

By TARIQ PANJA

Gianni Infantino, FIFA’s president, has spent months pushing a plan to add two tournaments to the global soccer calendar, but European officials have been stubborn.

When the Whole Country Reviews a Play, Referees Can’t Always Join

By KEVIN DRAPER and KEN BELSON

A blown call in the N.F.C. championship game on Sunday exposed a weakness in the N.F.L.’s rule book, as officials cannot review certain judgment calls despite numerous video replays.

When the Whole Country Reviews a Play, Referees Can’t Always Join

By KEVIN DRAPER and KEN BELSON

A blown call in the N.F.C. championship game on Sunday exposed a weakness in the N.F.L.’s rule book, as officials cannot review certain judgment calls despite numerous video replays.

On Olympics: Skating Is Familiar With Scandal. Now It Is Confronting Something Grimmer.

By JERÉ LONGMAN

John Coughlin, who had been a competitor, coach and commentator, was under investigation for sexual misconduct when he apparently committed suicide last week.

Yesterday β€” January 21st 2019Your RSS feeds

Scholars and Ex-Diplomats Warn of Chill After Canadians Detained in China

By CHRIS BUCKLEY and CATHERINE PORTER

An open letter urges China to free two Canadian men, and warns that their detention will magnify distrust and impede international cooperation on research.

Greenland’s Melting Ice Nears a β€˜Tipping Point,’ Scientists Say

By JOHN SCHWARTZ

With the Arctic warming rapidly, ice loss in Greenland is accelerating and may soon be a major factor in rising sea levels, according to a new study.

Greenland’s Melting Ice Nears a β€˜Tipping Point,’ Scientists Say

By JOHN SCHWARTZ

With the Arctic warming rapidly, ice loss in Greenland is accelerating and may soon be a major factor in rising sea levels, according to a new study.

Pessimism Looms Over Prospect of a Sweeping China Trade Deal

By ALAN RAPPEPORT

The United States and China will meet later this month as administration officials look to calm volatile markets amid concerns an agreement may not be in reach.

On King Holiday, Democrats Convey Hope, Remorse and Invective Against Trump

By ASTEAD W. HERNDON and JONATHAN MARTIN

Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. expressed regret for past support of crime legislation, while Bernie Sanders called President Trump a racist.

After Deadly Assault on Afghan Base, Taliban Sit for Talks With U.S. Diplomats

By MUJIB MASHAL, FAHIM ABED and FATIMA FAIZI

At least 40 Afghans working for the country’s intelligence agency were killed in a militant assault on their base in Wardak Province, one of the single deadliest such attacks in 17 years of war.

On Pro Football: The N.F.L. Confronts More Controversy, This Time on the Field

By KEN BELSON

The league had largely avoided fan furor over this season, but disputed calls in Sunday’s two thrilling conference championship games brought it right back.

On Pro Football: The N.F.L. Confronts More Controversy, This Time on the Field

By KEN BELSON

The league had largely avoided fan furor over this season, but disputed calls in Sunday’s two thrilling conference championship games brought it right back.

The Day the Music Died

By MARGARET RENKL

Unchecked growth has claimed Bobby’s Idle Hour, the last live-music venue on Nashville’s fabled Music Row.

Described as Defeated, Islamic State Punches Back With Guerrilla Tactics

By RUKMINI CALLIMACHI

All but 1 percent of the territory the Islamic State once held in Iraq and Syria is gone, but to suggest that the group has been defeated, as President Trump did, is to ignore the lessons of recent history.

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