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Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

3 Dead and 11 Injured in Shooting at Arkansas Grocery Store
Two police officers were injured in the attack at the Mad Butcher store in Fordyce, and the shooter was injured, the authorities said.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Man Fatally Stabbed at Manhattan Subway Station, Police Say
The stabbing, which came during a dispute between two people, occurred just before 6 p.m. at the West 175th Street A train station.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Na Kyung Taek's Photos Exposed a Bloody Crackdown. His Identity Was a Secret.
Na Kyung Taek's photos bore witness — and helped bring international attention — to the military junta's brutal suppression of a pro-democracy uprising in Gwangju, South Korea, in 1980.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

The Culture Wars Came to a California Suburb. A Leader Has Been Ousted.
Voters recalled a Southern California school board president after his conservative majority approved policies on critical race theory and transgender issues.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Man Who Attacked Nancy Pelosi's Husband Is Convicted in California Trial
In 2022, David DePape broke into Ms. Pelosi's San Francisco home and eventually beat her husband with a hammer.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Trump Allies Begin First Line of Attack Against Arizona Election Case
The challenges from defendants charged with trying to overturn the 2020 election will be a test case for a new but little-known state law aimed at curbing political prosecutions.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Florida to Pay Millions to Victims of Abuses at Notorious Reform School
A $20 million program will give financial restitution to students who endured abuse and neglect at the hands of the state.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Gilead Shot Provides Total Protection From HIV in Trial of Young African Women
An injection given just twice a year could herald a breakthrough in protecting the population that has the highest infection rates.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Hundreds of Hajj Pilgrims Reported Dead Amid Extreme Heat
Searing heat in Saudi Arabia appeared to at least contribute to many of the deaths.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Arkansas Grocery Store Shooting Leaves 3 Dead and 10 Injured
Two police officers were injured in the attack at the Mad Butcher store in Fordyce, and the shooter was injured, the authorities said.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Judge in Trump Documents Case Hears Arguments Over Special Counsel
Judge Aileen Cannon held a hearing to consider a question that has been quickly dismissed in other cases: whether there is a constitutional basis for the appointment of a special counsel.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

New Drug Provides Total Protection From H.I.V. in Trial of Young African Women
An injection given just twice a year could herald a breakthrough in protecting the population that has the highest infection rates.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Will NY Rep. Jamaal Bowman Lose His Seat In Next Week's House Primary?
A New York Democratic primary sheds light on the split over Gaza and the party's leftward shift.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Taylor Wily, ‘Hawaii Five-0' and ‘Forgetting Sarah Marshall' Actor, Dies at 56
He spent his early career as a professional sumo wrestler.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Putin Shows He Can Antagonize the U.S. Far Afield From Ukraine
His support for North Korea's military ambitions showed he can inflict pain on the U.S. and its NATO allies in ways beyond aggression in Ukraine.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Hajj Pilgrimage Death Toll Climbs Into the Hundreds
Searing heat in Saudi Arabia appeared to at least contribute to many of the deaths.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Montana Abortion Rights Groups Submit Signatures for a Ballot Measure
The measure would affirm the right to abortion in the State Constitution. Democrats hope that it will help Senator Jon Tester in his bid for re-election.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

In ‘House of the Dragon,' a Sapphic Subtext Reigns Supreme
The unfulfilled longing that stretches between the two queens acts as the tension that holds the story together.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

The Supreme Court Upheld a Law Disarming Domestic Abusers
Also, dangerous heat is rising around the world. Here's the latest at the end of Friday.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Official Death Toll From Hajj Pilgrimage Climbs Into the Hundreds
Searing heat in Saudi Arabia appeared to at least contribute to many of the deaths.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Louisiana's Ten Commandments Law Signals a Broader Christian Agenda
Gov. Jeff Landry wants his state to be at the forefront of a national movement to advance legislation with a Christian worldview.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Weight-Loss Drug Zepbound Offers a New Way to Treat Sleep Apnea
New research showed that tirzepatide, the compound in Zepbound, improved symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

DeSantis Vetoes All Arts Grants in Florida
Gov. Ron DeSantis gave no explanation for zeroing out the $32 million in grants that were approved by state lawmakers.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Trump Media Stock Down 46% Since Former President's Conviction
The parent of Truth Social has come under pressure this month, most recently after early investors were given approval to sell a fresh chunk of shares.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Arkansas Grocery Store Shooting Leaves 2 Dead and 8 Injured
A police officer was injured in the attack at the Mad Butcher store in Fordyce, and the shooter was critically injured, the authorities said.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

FDA Authorizes First Menthol E-Cigarettes
The decision came less than two months after the Biden administration delayed a decision on whether to ban traditional menthol-flavored cigarettes.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Sure, Knowledge Is Power, but Ignorance Is Underrated
The human tendency to ignore the truth is often seen as a flaw, but it can be useful, too.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Supreme Court Upholds Ban on Domestic Abusers Owning Guns
The decision amounted to a retreat from what had been an unbroken series of major decisions expanding gun rights that started in 2008.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Biden Battles Age Doubts and a Trail of Misleading Videos
A flurry of recent clips, many of them edited or lacking context, laid bare a major challenge for the president as he tries to persuade voters he has the energy for a second term.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

How Misleading Videos Are Trailing Biden as He Battles Age Doubts
A flurry of recent clips, many of them edited or lacking context, laid bare a major challenge for the president as he tries to persuade voters he has the energy for a second term.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Nathan Hare, 91, Dies; Founded the First Black Studies Program
Seeking to bring the ideas of Black power into the classroom — and coining the term "ethnic studies" — he clashed with a university as well as allies on the left.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

2028 LA Olympics: Swimming Moves to an NFL Stadium
Organizers of the Los Angeles Olympic Games hope that a huge venue for swimming, a marquee event, will draw crowds and generate much-needed revenue.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Ángeles Flórez Peón, Spanish Civil War's Last Militiawoman, Dies at 105
She was revered as an essential guardian of the country's memory of war and repression long after the Franco dictatorship.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Republicans Gag Mentions of Trump's Conviction on the House Floor
During official proceedings of the G.O.P.-controlled chamber, speaking about former President Donald J. Trump's felony conviction has been forbidden, while disparaging President Biden and Democrats is routine.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

On the House Floor, Republicans Gag Mentions of Trump's Conviction
During official proceedings of the G.O.P.-controlled chamber, speaking about former President Donald J. Trump's felony conviction has been forbidden, while disparaging President Biden and Democrats is routine.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Boeing May Evade Criminal Charges for Violating Settlement
The Justice Department could require the aircraft manufacturer to install an independent federal monitor to oversee safety and quality issues.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

The Supreme Court Dials Down the Chaos on Guns
Previous attempts to broaden the Second Amendment don't apply to a domestic abuser, eight justices ruled.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Trump Media Stock Down 50% Since Former President's Conviction
The parent of Truth Social has come under pressure this month, most recently after early investors were given approval to sell a fresh chunk of shares.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

The Folger Library Wants to Reintroduce You to Shakespeare
After an $80 million expansion, the Folger Shakespeare Library is reopening with a more welcoming approach — and all 82 of its First Folios on view.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Israeli Official Describes Secret Government Bid to Cement Control of West Bank
Israeli judges have long ruled that Israel's control of the territory is a temporary military occupation and complies with international law. A powerful minister's recent speech, caught on tape, suggested the government is trying to change that.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Is Missouri About to Execute an Innocent Man?
The case against Marcellus Williams is far from settled.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Conan O'Brien Doesn't Matter
*That's his opinion. And yet he's setting a new standard for what life after late-night can look like. (Hint: It's a lot like what he did on talk shows.)

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

How Billionaire Donors Are Reshaping the Trump-Biden Race
Wealthy donors including Timothy Mellon helped Donald Trump's campaign out-raise President Biden's last month, but Democratic supporters are still spending.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

A Chemical-Sniffing Van Shows How Heat Amps Up Pollution
In heat waves, chemicals like formaldehyde and ozone can form more readily in the air, according to researchers driving mobile labs in New York City this week.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Supreme Court Upholds Law Prohibiting Domestic Abusers From Owning Guns
The justices rejected a Second Amendment challenge to a federal law that makes it a crime for people subject to domestic violence restraining orders to possess a gun.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Supreme Court Upholds Law Disarming Domestic Abusers
The justices rejected a Second Amendment challenge to a federal law that makes it a crime for people subject to domestic violence restraining orders to possess a gun.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Bragg Asks Judge to Extend Trump's Gag Order, Citing Deluge of Threats
Donald J. Trump claims the order has unfairly restricted his free speech rights ahead of his sentencing on 34 felony counts. He has nonetheless attacked the judge, prosecutor and justice system.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

How PBMs Are Driving Up Prescription Drug Costs
Pharmacy benefit managers are driving up drug costs for millions of people, employers and the government.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

260 McNuggets? McDonald's Ends A.I. Drive-Through Tests Amid Errors
Ordering mistakes frustrated customers during nearly three years of tests. But competitors like White Castle and Wendy's say their A.I. ordering systems have been highly accurate.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

As Ukraine Expands Military Draft, Some Men Go Into Hiding
Fearful that conscription is a one-way ticket to bloody trench warfare, the men spend their days holed up at home to avoid draft officers who roam the streets.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Robert Winnett Will Not Join Washington Post as Top Editor
Robert Winnett will stay at The Daily Telegraph, after reports raised questions about his ties to unethical news gathering practices.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Editor Tapped to Lead Washington Post Won't Take the Job
Robert Winnett will stay at The Daily Telegraph, after reports raised questions about his ties to unethical news gathering practices.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

In Japan, These Women Want to Opt Out of Motherhood More Easily
A lawsuit challenges the onerous requirements for getting sterilized, calling the regulations paternalistic and a violation of women's constitutional rights.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Trump Narrows Biden's Cash Lead, and Heat Shatters Records
Plus, the Taylor Swift inflation effect.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

What the Mood Is Like in Iran Ahead of Presidential Elections
A special presidential election campaign is featuring blistering attacks on the status quo by conservatives and the lone reformer alike.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Dutch Fashion Designer Iris van Herpen Moves Into Art
"There's more to me than only couture," she said, previewing her first exhibition of sculpture. Catch it while you can: The show will last only 45 minutes.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

The Lazy Authoritarianism of Donald Trump
The former president is no more prepared for a second term than he was for a first. He might even be less prepared.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

The Comstock Act: Trump's Allies Say They'll Enforce It
Democrats should rally around a bill to overhaul the 1873 anti-vice law.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

School Cellphone Bans May Be Hard to Enforce
California is the latest state to try to regulate the devices. But how far should the ban go? And will parents sign on?

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Heat Waves: Workers May Die. Here's How to Save Them.
Laws aren't keeping pace with the risks climate change poses to workers laboring under sweltering conditions.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Well Beyond the U.S., Heat and Climate Extremes Are Hitting Billions
People all over the world are facing severe heat, floods and fire, aggravated by the use of fossil fuels. The year isn't halfway done.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

How Marco Rubio Could Cost Biden the Election
Rubio offers Latinos the chance to vote for one of their own to be a heartbeat away from the presidency.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

How Cornhole Went Pro
It might be America's most-played sport. Now it's quietly becoming a TV success story.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Neighbors Fight Affordable Housing, but Need Libraries. Can't We Make a Deal?
An uplifting new library in Manhattan comes with 12 floors of subsidized apartments. It's a clever way to find community support for housing.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

A Brief History of Olympics Sex Testing
We had a chance to treat sex categories in sports with curiosity and compassion instead of condemnation. We still can.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

For the Price of a Police Helicopter, New York Could Save the Arts
The city's budget is being finalized, and arts institutions, from the big to the small, are fearing the worst.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

NYC Adapts as Global Warming Leads to Extreme Weather Earlier in the Year
Global warming has led to more extreme weather earlier and later in the year, causing New Yorkers to rethink their relationship to the seasonal calendar.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

A Vape Pen, a Fall and a Question That Won't Go Away: Why Did Nico Die?
Nico Nuño-Kelley, 17, fell six stories from the roof of his Manhattan apartment building after vaping marijuana. His anguished family wants answers.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Appeals Court Denies Bannon's Emergency Motion to Remain Free
Stephen K. Bannon is scheduled to start a four-month prison term on July 1 unless the Supreme Court intervenes.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

Japan Makes It Very Hard to Be Sterilized. These Women Demand Change.
A lawsuit challenges a societal assumption that all women are "destined to become a mother."

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

How Taylor Swift's Eras Tour Might Affect Europe's Economy
Economists are debating what effect the singer's sweep through Europe will have this summer as swarms of fans increase demand for hotels and services.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 21, 2024

How Britain's Labour Party Became Electable Again
In less than five years, the opposition Labour Party has gone from massive defeat to the favorite to win next month's election. How did they do it?

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Stanford Reports on Antisemitism and Anti-Muslim Bias Show Extent of Divide
One report documented antisemitic threats. The other, anti-Muslim threats. Both signaled that there may be little room for agreement.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

At Rickwood Field, Willie Mays Is the Star of the Show, One More Time
On a night that honored the Negro leagues and Mays, who died on Tuesday, a baseball game between the Giants and the Cardinals was almost beside the point.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Trump Erodes Biden's Lead in 2024 Election Fundraising After Conviction
Just two months ago, President Biden appeared to have a daunting financial advantage. Then Donald Trump was convicted of 34 felonies, and Republicans' wallets opened.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Bloomberg Backs Biden With $20 Million Donation
The former mayor of New York City, a Democratic megadonor, became a significant backer of Mr. Biden's in 2020 after spending $1 billion on his own failed bid.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

James Chance, No Wave and Punk-Funk Pioneer, Dies at 71
With the Contortions and James White and the Blacks, the songwriter and saxophonist set out to challenge musicians and stir up audiences.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Timothy Mellon Donates $50 Million to a Pro-Trump Super PAC
The cash from Mr. Mellon, a reclusive billionaire who has also been a major donor to a super PAC supporting Robert F. Kennedy Jr., is among the largest single disclosed gifts ever.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Killer of 2 Women in National Park in 1996 Has Been Identified, F.B.I. Says
A convicted serial rapist who died in an Ohio prison in 2018 was responsible for the murder of a couple at Shenandoah National Park in a case that initially was believed to be a hate crime.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

M.L.B. Comes to Willie Mays's Hometown on a Mission of Love for the Game
Baseball hopes a celebration of its past in the home of one of its legends will attract more African American athletes, who are playing the sport in decreasing numbers.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Nearly 100 Million Under Temperature Advisories as Heat Wave Lingers
The heat is expected to peak over the weekend in the Northeast, but not until early next week in the South and the Great Plains, according to the National Weather Service.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

ShotSpotter Alerts Waste NYPD Officers' Time, Audit Says
In June of last year, only 13 percent of ShotSpotter alerts were actually gunfire, according to Comptroller Brad Lander.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Putin Threatens to Arm North Korea, Escalating Tension With West Over Ukraine
The Russian leader issued the warning at the end of a trip to Asia, during which he signed a mutual defense pact with North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Amazon Says It Will Stop Using Plastic Pillows in Shipments
They'll be replaced in North America with paper packing, eliminating some 15 billion pillows a year. Plastic film is a major pollutant.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Flash Flooding Threatens New Mexico After Wildfires Kill 2
The fires have scorched more than 23,000 acres, and heavy rains have made it harder for firefighters to battle the blazes.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

New Mexico Wildfires Kill 2 as Ruidoso Contends With Flash Flooding
The fires have scorched more than 23,000 acres, and heavy rains have made it harder for firefighters to battle the blazes.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Nearly Half the U.S. Began the Summer Sweltering
Also, the Supreme Court upheld a Trump-era tax provision. Here's the latest at the end of Thursday.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

In Trump Documents Case, Judge Cannon's Unusual Rulings Have Become Normal
Judge Aileen Cannon has repeatedly proven willing to hear out even far-fetched arguments from the former president's legal team, including a challenge to the appointment of the special counsel, Jack Smith.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

NJ Transit and Amtrak Service Suspended Due to Power Issues
Amid a heat wave, the shutdown affected all service along the Northeast Corridor, between Philadelphia and New Haven, Conn.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

TikTok Lays Out Past Efforts to Address U.S. Concerns
The company said the disclosures support its argument that a law signed by President Biden in May is unconstitutional.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Jamaal Bowman Faces a Record $14.5 Million Bid by AIPAC to Take Him Down
The deluge in outside spending, which also includes another $1 million from another pro-Israel group, threatens to sink Representative Jamaal Bowman.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Donald Sutherland Didn't Disappear Into Roles, and That Was a Good Thing
The actor understood the range of human feeling, but he came of age when movies distrusted institutions, and that suspicion was part of his arsenal.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Will Copa América Be Messi's Last Time Representing Argentina in Soccer?
Lionel Messi had said the 2022 World Cup, which his country won, was his last. Will the Copa América soccer tournament be his goodbye?

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

For Judge in Trump Documents Case, Unusual Rulings Are Business as Usual
Judge Aileen Cannon has repeatedly proven willing to hear out even far-fetched arguments from the former president's legal team, including a challenge to the appointment of the special counsel, Jack Smith.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

French Business Leaders See Threat to Economy From Macron's Opponents
Executives challenged the anti-immigration policies of the far-right candidate Jordan Bardella and spending plans by a left-wing coalition at a packed gathering in Paris.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Major League Baseball Came to Birmingham. Then Willie Mays Died.
Baseball hopes a celebration of its past in the home of one of its legends will attract more African American athletes, who are playing the sport in decreasing numbers.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Attack of Jewish Girl Spurs Tensions Over Antisemitism in France
The alleged rape of a 12-year-old Jewish girl is inflaming an already tense and divisive situation.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Judge in Trump Documents Case Rejected Suggestions to Step Aside
Two federal judges in South Florida privately urged Aileen M. Cannon to decline the case when it was assigned to her last year, according to two people briefed on the matter. She chose to keep it.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Donald Sutherland, ‘M*A*S*H' and ‘Hunger Games' Star, Dies at 88
In a wide-ranging career (from "M*A*S*H" to "Ordinary People" to "Invasion of the Body Snatchers"), he could be endearing in one role, menacing in another and just plain odd in a third.

Int'l Herald Tribune
Jun 20, 2024

Democrats' Dream of a Wealth Tax Is Alive. For Now.
A narrow Supreme Court ruling left the door open for Congress to expand taxes on billionaires, but it's not a guarantee.

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