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Opinion | The Second Defeat of Bernie Sanders

Opinion | The Second Defeat of Bernie Sanders

Three months ago, Bernie Sanders lost his chance at the Democratic nomination, after a brief moment in which his socialist revolution seemed poised to raze the bastions of neoliberal power. But the developments of the last month, the George Floyd protests and their cultural repercussions, may prove the more significant defeat for the Sanders cause. In the winter he merely lost a presidential nomination; in the summer he may be losing the battle for the future of the left. Throughout his career, Sanders has stood for the proposition that left-wing politics lost its way after the 1970s by...

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E.U. May Bar American Travelers as It Reopens Borders, Citing Failures on Virus

E.U. May Bar American Travelers as It Reopens Borders, Citing Failures on Virus

European Union countries rushing to revive their economies and reopen their borders after months of coronavirus restrictions are prepared to block Americans from entering because the United States has failed to control the scourge, according to draft lists of acceptable travelers reviewed by The New York Times. That prospect, which would lump American visitors in with Russians and Brazilians as unwelcome, is a stinging blow to American prestige in the world and a repudiation of President Trump’s handling of the virus in the United States, which has more than 2.3 million cases and upward of...

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Trump Can’t Immediately End DACA, Supreme Court Rules

Trump Can’t Immediately End DACA, Supreme Court Rules

The program, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, protects people brought to the United States as children by shielding them from deportation and letting them work. The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the Trump administration may not immediately proceed with its plan to end a program protecting about 700,000 young immigrants known as Dreamers from deportation. The court’s ruling was a blow to one of President Trump’s central campaign promises — that as president he would “immediately terminate” an executive order by former President Barack Obama that Mr. Trump had called an illegal...

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Opinion | Tom Cotton: Send In the Troops

Opinion | Tom Cotton: Send In the Troops

Editors’ Note, June 5, 2020: After publication, this essay met strong criticism from many readers (and many Times colleagues), prompting editors to review the piece and the editing process. Based on that review, we have concluded that the essay fell short of our standards and should not have been published. The basic arguments advanced by Senator Cotton — however objectionable people may find them — represent a newsworthy part of the current debate. But given the life-and-death importance of the topic, the senator’s influential position and the gravity of the steps he advocates, the essay...

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Trump Prepares Order to Limit Social Media Companies’ Protections

Trump Prepares Order to Limit Social Media Companies’ Protections

The move is almost certain to face a court challenge and signals the latest salvo by President Trump to crack down on online platforms. The Trump administration is preparing an executive order intended to curtail the legal protections that shield social media companies from liability for what gets posted on their platforms, two senior administration officials said early Thursday. Such an order, which officials said was still being drafted and was subject to change, would make it easier for federal regulators to argue that companies like Facebook, Google, YouTube and Twitter are...

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Scrutiny of Social-Distance Policing as 35 of 40 Arrested Are Black

Scrutiny of Social-Distance Policing as 35 of 40 Arrested Are Black

Mayor Bill de Blasio said the police had enforced rules properly, but other officials expressed concern about tactics similar to unfair “stop and frisk” practices. A police officer enforcing social-distancing rules broke up a group of people on a stoop during a nighttime cookout in East New York, Brooklyn, punching one man in the face. Another dispute between officers and residents of the same predominantly black neighborhood over the guidelines led to a man being knocked unconscious. Days later, three men were arrested after taking part in a sprawling vigil at the Queensbridge Houses for...

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Opinion | How Would You Like to Live in the Nation of New England?

Opinion | How Would You Like to Live in the Nation of New England?

Regional partnerships may offer a new framework for dealing with urgent issues on which Washington has failed to lead. Three groups of governors in the East, West and Midwest announced that they would work together on plans to lift the lockdowns in their states once the peak of the coronavirus outbreak has passed. At a time of federal abdication, these state leaders are thinking seriously about alternatives to the existing model of American federalism. The regional partnerships may signal the emergence of a new framework for dealing with other pressing issues on which Washington has...

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Apr 23
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7 Answers to Questions About the Malaria Drug Trump Keeps Pushing

7 Answers to Questions About the Malaria Drug Trump Keeps Pushing

Here are the facts on hydroxychloroquine, which the president has promoted despite little evidence that it works against the coronavirus. Hydroxychloroquine was approved decades ago to treat malaria, and it is also used to treat autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. There is no proof that any drug can cure or prevent infection with the coronavirus. But in the face of an exploding pandemic with a frightening death toll, people are desperate for a bit of hope, a chance to believe there is something that will help. The drug that has received the most attention is...

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Bernie Sanders Drops Out of 2020 Democratic Race for President

Bernie Sanders Drops Out of 2020 Democratic Race for President

Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont dropped out of the Democratic presidential race on Wednesday, concluding a quest for the White House that began five years ago in relative obscurity but ultimately elevated him as a champion of the working class, a standard-bearer of American liberalism and the leader of a self-styled political revolution. Mr. Sanders’s exit from the race establishes former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. as the presumptive nominee to challenge President Trump, and leaves the progressive movement without a prominent voice in the 2020 race. In a live stream on Wednesday...

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Amazon Pushes Into Making Video Games, Not Just Streaming Their Play

Amazon Pushes Into Making Video Games, Not Just Streaming Their Play

Opening a new front in the campaign to dominate digital entertainment, Amazon is investing hundreds of millions of dollars into becoming a leading creator and distributor of video games. The internet giant said it intended to release its first original big-budget game, an ambitious science-fiction shooter called Crucible, in May after several coronavirus-related delays. It is also developing a full-fledged cloud gaming platform under the code name Project Tempo. And it is working on new casual games that broadcasters on its popular Twitch streaming service can play alongside viewers in...

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1,200 Dead in N.Y. and Cuomo Says Worst Is Still to Come: Live Updates

1,200 Dead in N.Y. and Cuomo Says Worst Is Still to Come: Live Updates

A Navy hospital ship docked in Manhattan this morning and is expected to provide relief to New York City’s overwhelmed hospitals. ]Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said that 1,218 people had died in New York State, up from 965 Sunday morning. Here’s what you need to know: Governor Cuomo said that 1,218 people had died in New York, up from 965 on Sunday morning. “We’re left for dead”: Fears a virus catastrophe at Rikers Island are growing. Five more transit workers have died. For doctors and nurses, anxiety is growing: ‘I feel like we’re all just being sent to slaughter.’ A Fire Department mechanic...

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As Coronavirus Surveillance Escalates, Personal Privacy Plummets

As Coronavirus Surveillance Escalates, Personal Privacy Plummets

Tracking entire populations to combat the pandemic now could open the doors to more invasive forms of government snooping later. In South Korea, government agencies are harnessing surveillance-camera footage, smartphone location data and credit card purchase records to help trace the recent movements of coronavirus patients and establish virus transmission chains. In Lombardy, Italy, the authorities are analyzing location data transmitted by citizens’ mobile phones to determine how many people are obeying a government lockdown order and the typical distances they move every day. About 40...

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Trump Says Coronavirus Cure Cannot ‘Be Worse Than the Problem Itself’

Trump Says Coronavirus Cure Cannot ‘Be Worse Than the Problem Itself’

The president, who has watched the economy plunge amid social distancing measures, says restrictions will be reassessed. President Trump on Sunday night said that the government would reassess the recommended period for keeping businesses shut and millions of workers at home after this week, amid millions of job losses caused by the efforts to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. “WE CANNOT LET THE CURE BE WORSE THAN THE PROBLEM ITSELF,” Mr. Trump tweeted in all capital letters shortly before midnight. “AT THE END OF THE 15 DAY PERIOD, WE WILL MAKE A DECISION AS TO WHICH WAY WE...

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Tom Hanks Says He Has Coronavirus

Tom Hanks Says He Has Coronavirus

The actor Tom Hanks said on Wednesday that he and his wife, Rita Wilson, have the coronavirus. Mr. Hanks and Ms. Wilson, both 63, are in Australia, where he was set to film a movie about the life of Elvis Presley. “We felt a bit tired, like we had colds, and some body aches,” the Academy Award-winning actor said in a statement. “Rita had some chills that came and went. Slight fevers, too. To play things right, as is needed in the world right now, we were tested for the coronavirus, and were found to be positive.” He added that he and Ms. Wilson “will be tested, observed and isolated for as...

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Bernie Sanders Made a Big Concession Speech. Just Not the Usual Kind.

Bernie Sanders Made a Big Concession Speech. Just Not the Usual Kind.

In a stark moment of political de-escalation, Mr. Sanders signaled that he wants to press Joe Biden on issues but may not want to fight to the bitter end like he did against Hillary Clinton in 2016. It was a concession speech, of a kind: Addressing reporters on Wednesday, Senator Bernie Sanders bowed not to Joseph R. Biden Jr., who trounced him in a second consecutive week of primary elections, but to the reality of his political predicament. Stripped of his briefly held status as the Democratic front-runner, Mr. Sanders acknowledged that he was “losing” to Mr. Biden but stopped short of...

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Governments Explore Using Blockchains to Improve Service

Governments Explore Using Blockchains to Improve Service

If you buy a house in Chicago and want to register the deed, the Cook County Recorder of Deeds will accept two kinds of submissions: paper records and scanned images of paper records. No matter which option you choose, the clerks will manually type the information into the county database. Roughly once a week, someone — for example, an addict claiming a home that actually belongs to a grandparent with dementia — will mail in a fake document, and “if they formatted it correctly, we have to record it,” said John Mirkovic, the deputy recorder. “It’s one of the main reasons we’re so interested...

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Lawmakers Are Warned That Russia Is Meddling to Re-elect Trump

Lawmakers Are Warned That Russia Is Meddling to Re-elect Trump

A classified briefing to House members is said to have angered the president, who complained that Democrats would “weaponize” the disclosure. Intelligence officials warned House lawmakers last week that Russia was interfering in the 2020 campaign to try to get President Trump re-elected, five people familiar with the matter said, a disclosure to Congress that angered Mr. Trump, who complained that Democrats would use it against him. The day after the Feb. 13 briefing to lawmakers, the president berated Joseph Maguire, the outgoing acting director of national intelligence, for allowing it...

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Anatomy of a Lie: How Iran Covered Up the Downing of an Airliner

Anatomy of a Lie: How Iran Covered Up the Downing of an Airliner

For three days, Iranian military officials knew they had shot down a Ukrainian jetliner while the government issued false statements, denying any responsibility. When the Revolutionary Guards officer spotted what he thought was an unidentified aircraft near Tehran’s international airport, he had seconds to decide whether to pull the trigger. Iran had just fired a barrage of ballistic missiles at American forces, the country was on high alert for an American counterattack, and the Iranian military was warning of incoming cruise missiles. The officer tried to reach the command center for...

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Hillary Clinton Slams Bernie Sanders for Not Working to Unite Democrats in 2016

Hillary Clinton Slams Bernie Sanders for Not Working to Unite Democrats in 2016

Hillary Clinton said on Friday in a podcast interview that Senator Bernie Sanders and his supporters did not do enough to unify the Democratic Party after the prolonged 2016 primary, calling the behavior of his supporters “distressing” and saying it affected the general election. “All the way up until the end, a lot of people highly identified with his campaign were urging people to vote third party, urging people not to vote,” Mrs. Clinton said in an interview with Emily Tisch Sussman for her podcast “Your Primary Playlist.” “It had an impact.” Mrs. Clinton also drew a sharp distinction...

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Opinion | Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren Are Democrats’ Best Choices for President

Opinion | Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren Are Democrats’ Best Choices for President

American voters must choose between three sharply divergent visions of the future. The incumbent president, Donald Trump, is clear about where he is guiding the Republican Party — white nativism at home and America First unilateralism abroad, brazen corruption, escalating culture wars, a judiciary stacked with ideologues and the veneration of a mythological past where the hierarchy in American society was defined and unchallenged. On the Democratic side, an essential debate is underway between two visions that may define the future of the party and perhaps the nation. Some in the party...

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Joe Biden’s Vote for War

Joe Biden’s Vote for War

Senator proposed a compromise. It was the fall of 2002 and the Bush administration was pushing for sweeping authority to act against Saddam Hussein, claiming he had weapons of mass destruction. Some Democrats questioned the stated threat posed by Iraq and bristled at President George W. Bush’s broad request. Mr. Biden, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman, had been scrambling to draft a bipartisan resolution that would grant Mr. Bush the authority to use military force against Iraq, but was more restrictive than the war authorization that the president had sought. As he often had...

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Hype House and the Los Angeles TikTok Mansion Gold Rush

Hype House and the Los Angeles TikTok Mansion Gold Rush

Hype House, the physical location of a new content creator collective, is a Spanish-style mansion perched at the top of a hill on a gated street in Los Angeles. It has a palatial backyard, a pool and enormous kitchen, dining and living quarters. Four of the group’s 19 members live in the house full time; several others keep rooms to crash in when they are in town. And all day long, a stream of influential young internet stars come by to pay homage to the new guard. Hype House was formed in December by some of TikTok’s most talked-about stars. They introduced themselves with a Backstreet...

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Russia Banned From Olympics and Global Sports for 4 Years Over Doping

Russia Banned From Olympics and Global Sports for 4 Years Over Doping

AdvertisementLAUSANNE, Switzerland — Global antidoping leaders agreed unanimously on Monday to banish Russia from international sports — including next summer’s Olympic Games in Tokyo — for four years, the latest and severest punishment yet connected to that has tarnished global sport.The World Anti-Doping Agency’s punishment means that Russia’s flag, name and anthem will not be allowed at the Tokyo Games, though the practical competitive effects may be minimal: Russian athletes not implicated in doping could compete in the Olympics and other world championships, but only under a neutral...

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Paul A. Volcker, Fed Chairman Who Waged War on Inflation, Is Dead at 92

Paul A. Volcker, Fed Chairman Who Waged War on Inflation, Is Dead at 92

AdvertisementPaul A. Volcker, who helped shape American economic policy for more than six decades, most notably by leading the Federal Reserve’s brute-force campaign to subdue inflation in the late 1970s and early ’80s, died on Sunday in New York. He was 92.The death was confirmed by his daughter, Janice Zima, who did not specify the cause. Mr. Volcker had been treated for prostate cancer, which was diagnosed in 2018. Mr. Volcker, a towering, taciturn and somewhat rumpled figure, arrived in Washington as America’s postwar economic hegemony was beginning to crumble. He would devote his...

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Trump Signs Hong Kong Democracy Legislation That Has Angered China

Trump Signs Hong Kong Democracy Legislation That Has Angered China

President Trump on Wednesday signed that would impose sanctions on Chinese and Hong Kong officials responsible for in Hong Kong, expressing support for in the territory and most likely angering China as the two countries negotiate ending their trade war. “I signed these bills out of respect for President Xi, China and the people of Hong Kong,” Mr. Trump said in a statement on Wednesday. “They are being enacted in the hope that leaders and representatives of China and Hong Kong will be able to amicably settle their differences leading to long-term peace and prosperity for all.”As late as...

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