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Today β€” November 21st 2018Your RSS feeds

Interpol, Under Pressure From West, Rejects Russian Who Sought to Lead It

By MATT APUZZO

The international policing organization chose a South Korean as its next president after Western diplomats lobbied against Aleksandr V. Prokopchuk, a Russian candidate.

Italy 1, United States 0: Young U.S. Team Falls to Italy in Dave Sarachan’s Final Match as Coach

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Sarachan, who said it was his last game as the interim coach of the national team, deployed the youngest lineup since the U.S. began keeping records.

Adam Silver Can See That You Are Angry, and He Is Here for It

By KEVIN DRAPER

Silver, the commissioner of the N.B.A., said Tuesday that he tries to engage fans who disagree with his decisions. He also opened up about what he wants the league to do next.

Yesterday β€” November 20th 2018Your RSS feeds

J.R. Smith and the Cleveland Cavaliers Will Keep Their Distance

By VICTOR MATHER and SCOTT CACCIOLA

Smith has asked to be traded because he does not think the franchise is trying to win. The Cavaliers announced Tuesday that he would no longer be with the team.

Russia, Which Has Tried to Manipulate Interpol, Is Poised to Lead It

By MATT APUZZO

The prospect of a Russian presidency ignited lobbying by American and European officials. Rights groups warn it may make Interpol vulnerable to Kremlin influence.

The Future of Football Has Flags

By JOE DRAPE and KEN BELSON

More American children ages 6 to 12 now play flag football than the tackle version of the sport. The N.F.L. has taken note and is investing in the game.

The Future of Football Has Flags

By JOE DRAPE and KEN BELSON

More American children ages 6 to 12 now play flag football than the tackle version of the sport. The N.F.L. has taken note and is investing in the game.

Fixes: For Starving Children, a Bite of Hope

By TINA ROSENBERG

Malnutrition kills a million of the world’s children a year. To stem that, United Nations agencies and charities are testing a new system for distributing high-nutrition foods more efficiently.

The 52 Places Traveler: What’s β€˜Quintessentially Korean’? The Monk? The Waterpark? Both?

By JADA YUAN

On her last stop in Gangwon-Do, our columnist goes leaf peeping Korean-style, which involves Buddhist traditions, selfie sticks and many, many plates of food.

U.K. Investigates 3,000 Foreign Medics, After Fake Doctor Is Exposed

By ALAN COWELL

A woman practiced medicine for two decades, claiming falsely to have credentials from New Zealand. The case came to light after she tried to defraud a patient.

Stocks Fall, Wiping Out Gains for 2018

By ALEXANDRA STEVENSON, AMIE TSANG and MATT PHILLIPS

Worries about the tech industry added to broader concerns, including the impact of the trade war between the U.S. and China.

Xi Visits Philippines to Celebrate β€˜Rainbow After the Rain’ With Duterte

By HANNAH BEECH and JASON GUTIERREZ

President Xi Jinping arrived in Manila amid growing concern that the Philippines’ conciliatory approach to China has backfired.

11 Things We’d Really Like to Know: Why Are We Still So Fat?

By GINA KOLATA

Only bariatric surgery reliably leads to long-term weight loss. Now scientists hope to duplicate the effects with a pill.

11 Things We’d Really Like to Know: Why Are We Still So Fat?

By GINA KOLATA

Only bariatric surgery reliably leads to long-term weight loss. Now scientists hope to duplicate the effects with a pill.

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