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Nets’ G.M. Sean Marks Suspended for Entering the Referees’ Locker Room

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

Marks was fined $25,000 and will be suspended without pay for Game 5 of the first-round series with the Philadelphia 76ers.

Lifesaving Forecasts Start Here: Inside the Storm Prediction Center

By ALAN BLINDER and WILLIAM WIDMER

On any given day, severe weather can threaten millions of people. An Oklahoma office tries to see it all coming.

India Elections 2019: Farmers Are Hurting and Millions Are Voting

By VINDU GOEL and HARI KUMAR

The ruling B.J.P. party has not yet delivered the “good days” it promised to farm voters, who make up half of the electorate. In debt and despair, some wonder if anyone can.

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North Korea Hits a Man With Glasses

By CHOE SANG-HUN

A senior North Korean official dismissed President Trump’s national security adviser, John Bolton, as “dim-sighted” after he demanded more evidence of willingness to give up nuclear weapons.

Arena Football Takes Yet Another Shot

By KEVIN DRAPER

New Yorker Corey Galloway has big dreams for a football team called the Streets. History is not his friend.

Breanna Stewart Shows the Toll of Pro Women’s Basketball’s Never-Ending Grind

By HOWARD MEGDAL

Stewart, like many women, plays overseas in the W.N.B.A.’s off-season to earn more money. But the endless season takes a mental toll and, as an injured Stewart shows, a physical one.

Geraldyn M. Cobb, Who Found a Glass Ceiling in Space, Dies at 88

By KATHARINE Q. SEELYE

She was as qualified as any man to be an astronaut and passed all the tests, but NASA wasn’t interested in sending women into space in 1961.

An Underappreciated Tobias Harris Steals the Show as the 76ers Take a Playoff Lead

By KELLY WHITESIDE

Harris has been traded five times in eight seasons, but his latest stop, Philadelphia, may finally be a place he can call home.

Nonfiction: A Meditation on Our Relationship to the Landscapes We Inhabit

By MICHAEL KIMMELMAN

In “The Absent Hand,” Suzannah Lessard dissects a diverse swath of America, looking to understand the malls, green expanses and urban sprawl that surround us.

N.C.A.A. Proposal to Curtail Graduate Transfers Is Voted Down

By BILLY WITZ

The measure, which would have applied only to football and men’s and women’s basketball, could have severely restricted graduate transfers.

Breanna Stewart Shows the Toll of Pro Women’s Basketball’s Never-Ending Grind

By HOWARD MEGDAL

Stewart, like many women, plays overseas in the W.N.B.A.’s off-season to earn more money. But the endless season takes a mental toll and, as an injured Stewart shows, a physical one.

Bosnian Serbs vote to form reserve police seen as threat by Muslims

By Georgi Gotev

Bosnian Serb lawmakers voted on Thursday (18 April) to introduce reserve police forces, a move seen as a security threat by Muslim Bosniaks living in Bosnia's autonomous Serb Republic.

Four out of ten French people indifferent to EU elections

By GrΓ©goire Normand

As many as 42% of French people interviewed by the BVA institute expressed a lack of interest in the upcoming 2019 EU parliamentary elections, six percentage points more than in the previous poll in March. EURACTIV France’s media partner La Tribune reports.

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