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Today β€” December 16th 2018Your RSS feeds

Hard-Line U.S. Tactics Will β€˜Block’ Path to Denuclearization, North Korea Warns

By CHOE SANG-HUN

North Korea said that if Washington continued to escalate its sanctions and rights campaign, it could shatter any chance of denuclearizing the country.

Woman proposes to partner in England's now-famous plastic supermarket tunnel

By John Bett

Celina Stone popped the question to her girlfriend, Jade Euden, both 21, in the festive tunnel, and arranged for a photographer to capture the magical moment.

The Sweet Spot: I Keep Making Out With the Father of the Kids I Babysit

By CHERYL STRAYED and STEVE ALMOND

And I can’t seem to quit him (or them). Help!

Australia Recognizes West Jerusalem as Capital of Israel

By ISABELLA KWAI

The prime minister formally recognized West Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, but said Australia would not move its embassy until a peace settlement is reached.

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Modern Love: Your Dog Has Seen Me Naked

By RYAN PFEFFER

I love Fido, but does he have to be on the bed while we have sex?

Bolton Outlines a Strategy for Africa That’s Really About Countering China

By MARK LANDLER and EDWARD WONG

In Africa, the president’s national security adviser said, the greatest threat is not from poverty or Islamist extremism but from an expansionist China, as well as Russia.

U.N-Brokered Hudaydah Truce Is Big Step in Yemen War

By DECLAN WALSH

In the biggest step toward peace in years, the Saudi-led coalition and Houthi rebels have agreed to leave the port city, a major conduit for humanitarian aid.

Second Canadian Arrested in China, Escalating Diplomatic Feud

By STEVEN LEE MYERS and DAN BILEFSKY

China confirmed the arrest of Michael Spavor, an entrepreneur, and accused him and another Canadian of unspecified crimes undermining China’s national security.

News Analysis: Trump’s Intervention in Huawei Case Would Be Legal, but Bad Precedent, Experts Say

By MICHAEL TACKETT and CHARLIE SAVAGE

Experts agreed that the president could order the government to drop charges against the Chinese telecom executive Meng Wanzhou, but, one said, “it takes the term ‘transactional’ to a new level.”

End This Shameful War

By NICHOLAS KRISTOF

Meet Abrar, 12, a victim of our Yemen policy.

The Ethicist: Do I Have to Repay a Loan to an Ex-Lover?

By KWAME ANTHONY APPIAH

The magazine’s Ethicist column on repaying a loan from a now ex-fiancé and apologizing to a friend whom you agreed not to contact after making a pass.

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