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quinta-feira, 29 de setembro de 2016

THE NEW YORK TIMES-U.S. to Protect Families’ Right to Take Nursing Homes to Court



Worried Aides Have New Debate Plan for Trump: Practice

Advisers to Donald J. Trump plan to more rigorously prepare him for his next debate with Hillary Clinton after concerns that his focus dissolved in the first standoff.

ABROAD IN AMERICA

What Makes Trump Supporters Tick?

Readers abroad are surprised by the campaign’s bluster. They don’t understand how an American presidential election can be dominated by arguments over “birtherism” and beauty queens.

CreditGeordie Wood for The New York Times

Elvis Costello’s New York Soul

He grew up in England, but this veteran troubadour has a long history with the five boroughs. Now he’s back.

Smarter Living: Tips for Daily Life

Smarter Living features stories about health, food, tech, travel and more. What do you want to see here? smarterliving@nytimes.com



FROM THE MAGAZINE

Baltimore vs. Marilyn Mosby

In the midst of a national crisis of police violence, Baltimore’s state’s attorney gambled that prosecuting six officers for the death of Freddie Gray would help heal her city. She lost much more than the case.

2 Men Who Found Bomb in a Bag Have Been Identified

Residents of Egypt, who have since returned there, came upon a travel bag containing the explosives, a law enforcement official said. They had been staying in a hotel in Manhattan, where they were tracked using images from nearby surveillance cameras.



Vladimir Putin’s Outlaw State

Mr. Putin’s behavior in Ukraine and Syria violates not only rules designed to promote peace but common human decency.

CONTRIBUTING OP-ED WRITER

What Does Immigration Actually Cost Us?

A new report tries to answer basic questions about a sore spot between Clinton and Trump, but the left and the right have drawn their own conclusions.

USER SUBSCRIPTIONS

  • SAM HODGSON FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
    “I guess I’m having an Aleppo moment.” – Gary Johnson, the Libertarian candidate for president, failed to name a single foreign leader when asked on MSNBC to name his favorite one.
  • How do you enforce the law in Antarctica,which barely has a permanent population, much less courts, jails or a police force?
  • With the Yankees one out from postseason elimination, Mark Teixeira hit a game-ending grand slam off Joe Kelly of the Red Sox. “That’s as good as it gets right there,” Teixeira said.
  • Ginkgo biloba or powdered houseplants? One of the nation’s largest supplement makers will conduct DNA testing to ensure its products contain the ingredients listed on the label.
  • Donald Trump keeps insulting the comedian Rosie O’Donnell, and he attacked her again during the debate Monday night. How did their feud start? Here’s a primer.
  • VALERIO MEZZANOTTI FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
    Rihanna showed her second Fenty for Puma collection in Paris. The pop star said her inspiration was “what if Marie Antoinette went to the gym?”
  • Siding with Snapchat and journalism groups, a federal appeals court overturned New Hampshire’s ban on selfies in the voting booth. Officials had argued that selfies could be a tool for voter intimidation.
  • In creating an online master’s degree program in computer science that costs a mere $7,000, Georgia Tech may help change the way we think about college costs.
  • Tim Tebow started his new career in style,hitting a home run on the first pitch he faced as a professional baseball player during an instructional league game in Florida.
  • The tennis champion Serena Williams wrote about her fears about police shootings after letting her nephew drive her. She is the latest athlete to add her voice to the debate over treatment of black suspects.
  • ADAM DEAN FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
    The Yugurs, a little-known nomadic tribe of China’s steppe, are struggling against modern times to maintain the language and culture that distinguish them as a people.
  • EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY
    With more than 1.1 billion stars in 3-D, a map of the galaxy made with data from the European Space Agency’s Gaia telescope is the largest and most accurate of its kind.
  • A woman’s Facebook photos of a man dragging his daughter by the hair set off a debate aboutintervening when an adult harshly disciplines a child in public.
  • Beyoncé raised the bar with “Lemonade.”Now extended videos, with cameos and high production values, are part of a growing music streaming war.
  • Though popular with news sites, and some presidential candidates, online instant-reaction “polls” produce junk data that tell us nothing about general public opinion.
  • CARL RECINE/REUTERS
    After 67 days as manager of England’s soccer team, Sam Allardyce was dismissed after conduct caught on an undercover film was deemed “inappropriate.”
  • Reproductive scientists successfully used genetic material from a third person to ensure the birth of a healthy boy already conceived by his parents.
  • Pawtucket, R.I., is shedding its industrial image and has embraced the arts as a tool for redevelopment.
  • YUYANG LIU FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
    Against the backdrop of China’s slowing economy, tourism is a bright spot: Chinese tourists took four billion trips in 2015 without leaving the country.
  • A cartoon frog tied to anti-Semitism was added to the Anti-Defamation League’s list of hate symbols, which includes the swastika and the Confederate battle flag.
  • Elon Musk, the billionaire founder of SpaceX, finally shared details of his plan to get to Mars. But his dreams don’t stop with the big red planet.
  • Fourteen years since its last case, the Americas region has been declared free of endemic measles by global health authorities.
  • JASON MILLER/GETTY IMAGES
    Hours after a boat crash killed the Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez this weekend, a bag with autographed baseballs and his checkbook washed ashore.
  • Business is booming for fly-along companions, who travel with older people in need of helpnavigating airport terminals, hauling luggage and otherwise managing daily tasks.
  • The M.I.T. Carbon Counter app can help car buyers find the balance between a vehicle’s mileage and the size of its carbon footprint.
  • Brazil will not submit the critically acclaimed film “Aquarius” as its foreign-language Oscar entry after a protest by the cast against the ouster of Dilma Rousseff.
  • When an Icelandic town was hit by storms last summer, construction workers clearing up soon found themselves dodging mudslides and flooding. Some locals blamed elves.
  • ANTHONY WALLACE/AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE — GETTY IMAGES
    Ninety-two percent of people worldwide breathe unhealthful air, the World Health Organization said in a report, which also cited about three million deaths a year related to outdoor air pollution. Above, Hong Kong on Tuesday.
  • Low rivers, dry wells and dead fish — a trip through New England shows how anuncharacteristically dry summer has taken its toll in the region.
  • A woman checked an odd package onto her flight: a piece of her dead husband’s intestine. Concerned about foul play, she had wanted to take it to Austria to be tested for poison.

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