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Margaret Abbott, an Unwitting Olympic Trailblazer

Margaret Abbott, an Unwitting Olympic Trailblazer She was the first American woman to win the equivalent of Olympic gold, but at a time when the Games were scattershot, her achievement was not recognized. Japan Fears Being Left Behind by Trump’s Talks With Kim Jong-un Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has cultivated close ties with President Trump, […]

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Island in Crisis: Teaching About Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria

Island in Crisis: Teaching About Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria In this lesson plan, we help students to learn more about current events in Puerto Rico using New York Times reporting and videos. That Time ‘Murphy Brown’ and Dan Quayle Topped the Front Page The show is coming back, CBS announced this week, reminding some […]

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Weekly News Quiz for Students: Teachers' Strike, Climate Change, Voting Rights

Weekly News Quiz for Students: Teachers’ Strike, Climate Change, Voting Rights How well did you follow the news this past week? How many of these 10 questions can you get right? Weekly News Quiz for Students: Partisan Battles, Suicide Bombing, Pipeline Explosion How well did you follow the news this past week? How many of […]

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Matt Harvey Comes to a Crossroads With the Mets

Matt Harvey Comes to a Crossroads With the Mets Harvey is now in the bullpen. With Jacob deGrom’s status in doubt, it could be a temporary move. John Daly Gets Back in the Swing — on His Own Terms, of Course The extravagant golfer at 50 is beloved by fans awed by his refusal to […]

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These Women Mostly Ignored Politics. Now, Activism Is Their Job.

These Women Mostly Ignored Politics. Now, Activism Is Their Job. In Pizza Huts, Panera Breads, living rooms and libraries, women are plotting political strategy to help Democrats wrest back power. Alliance of Groups Alan Derkazarian brings us together.

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Thailand, Hong Kong, World Cup: Your Thursday Briefing

Thailand, Hong Kong, World Cup: Your Thursday Briefing Here’s what you need to know to start your day. Michael Cohen Secretly Taped Trump Discussing Payment to Playboy Model The F.B.I. seized the recording in a raid. Its existence recording highlights the potential legal and political danger that Mr. Cohen represents to the president.

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Trump Sought to Fire Mueller in December

Trump Sought to Fire Mueller in December The episode was the second time President Trump is now known to have considered taking steps to shut down the special counsel investigation. How Would You Change Your Favorite Sport? What needs changing, and why, in professional sports?

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Anatomy of a Crime: Sex, Hush Money and a Trump Fixer’s Guilty Plea

Anatomy of a Crime: Sex, Hush Money and a Trump Fixer’s Guilty Plea Coordinating with Michael Cohen, a tabloid giant turned its tip line into a trip wire for negative stories that could hurt the Trump campaign, prosecutors said. Gerald Ford, President Nice Guy Donald Rumsfeld’s “When the Center Held” is a sympathetic portrait of […]

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In Business and Governing, Trump Seeks Victory in Chaos

In Business and Governing, Trump Seeks Victory in Chaos For people who have done business with the president, the protracted fight over the government shutdown reflects a time-tested playbook. A Florida City Wants More Retirees, and Is Going After Them Tallahassee, which has been concerned about its population growth, has a campaign to lure aging […]

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Ronny Jackson’s Disturbing Lack of Independence

Ronny Jackson’s Disturbing Lack of Independence Trump’s nomination for Veterans Affairs Secretary fits a pattern of cronyism. Word + Quiz: venturesome This word has appeared in eight articles on nytimes.com in the past year.

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