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Today β€” September 18th 2020Your RSS feeds

Polls: Coronavirus Pulls Down Trump and GOP Senators Suffer

By Alexander Burns and Matt Stevens

A New York Times/Siena College survey showed Joe Biden leading President Trump by wide margins in Maine and Arizona, and effectively tied in North Carolina. Susan Collins trailed her Democratic rival in Maine’s Senate race.

Virus Pulls Down Trump, Poll Shows, and G.O.P. Senators Suffer With Him

By Alexander Burns and Matt Stevens

A New York Times/Siena College survey showed Joe Biden leading President Trump by wide margins in Maine and Arizona, and effectively tied in North Carolina. Susan Collins trailed her Democratic rival in Maine’s Senate race.

Cyprus blocks EU’s Belarus sanctions plan

By Georgi Gotev

Plans by the European Union to slap sanctions on Belarus have fallen into disarray, sources say, a hostage to internal politicking that one EU official described as a threat to the bloc's credibility.

In 'The United States of Cocktails,’ Reports on America's Drinking Culture

By Robert Simonson

For his new book, “The United States of Cocktails,” Brian Bartels roamed the country to report on local tastes, traditions and quirks.

Yesterday β€” September 17th 2020Your RSS feeds

Speeding FDNY Truck Hits Ambulance, Killing Patient

By Ali Watkins and Sean Piccoli

A ladder truck rushing to a fire slammed into an ambulance carrying a man who had suffered a heart attack, killing him and injuring 11 others.

How Republicans Undermined Ex-Felon Voting Rights in Florida

By Patricia Mazzei and Michael Wines

It’s a cautionary tale about the messy process of citizen-led ballot initiatives and how a dominant political party can exert its power.

Russia says Navalny sanctions talk is affecting its borrowing plans

By Georgi Gotev

Russia said on Wednesday (16 September) that talk of possible sanctions over the case of Alexei Navalny was affecting its plans to borrow money on international markets, acknowledging the risk of harmful economic fallout from his poisoning.

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Charles Michel vows to defend Cyprus rights in Turkey standoff

By Georgi Gotev

European Council chief Charles Michel pledged Wednesday (16 September) that the bloc will defend the rights of member state Cyprus in its standoff with Turkey over maritime and energy rights. Michel’s visit to the island comes a day after Turkey...

EU diplomacy needs more courage to address Russia, Turkey, new White House

By Alexandra Brzozowski, Vlagyiszlav Makszimov

The EU needs to be more courageous in its diplomacy, European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday (16 September), chiding member states for an ineffective foreign policy and urging progress on a US-style sanctions framework targeting human rights abusers worldwide.

β€˜Very Unhealthy’ Air Quality Forces M.L.B. to Reschedule Games

By Benjamin Hoffman

Smoke and haze from wildfires filled Seattle’s stadium on Monday. With air quality worsening on Tuesday, games between the Mariners and Giants were moved to San Francisco.

With Nissan’s Carlos Ghosn Gone, Greg Kelly Faces Trial Alone

By Ben Dooley

Japanese prosecutors say the former car executive helped Ghosn conceal his pay. For the world, the country’s court system itself could face judgment.

Embattled Belarus Strongman Travels to Russia to Seek Help From Putin

By Andrew Higgins

President Aleksandr G. Lukashenko broke into a sweat after the Russian president suggested new elections.

Review: A Family Gropes for Words in β€˜Incidental Moments’

By Ben Brantley

Richard Nelson’s profound conclusion to his Zoom-format trilogy about the Apple siblings examines the perils of conversation in 2020.

Why Nord Stream 2 Is Back in the Spotlight

By Andrew E. Kramer

The attack on the Russian opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny has revived calls to cancel a gas pipeline from Russia to Germany. Here’s what lies behind the debate.

Progressive Donor Susan Sandler to Give $200 Million to Racial Justice Groups

By Astead W. Herndon

Her efforts will support organizations trying to build political power in states that are undergoing rapid demographic change.

Embattled Belarus Leader Beset by More Protests Before Putin Summit

By Ivan Nechepurenko and Andrew Higgins

President Aleksandr G. Lukashenko has for weeks tried to quell protests against his re-election claim. A day before meeting President Vladimir V. Putin, his main backer, he continued to crack down on the opposition.

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