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NEWS IN THE QUE

NEWS IN THE QUE

World War III and Civil War in America Unfolding Before Our Very Eyes

 

Texas Gov.-elect Greg Abbott announces that Texas and 16 other states are suing the Obama administration over the president’s executive actions on immigration……video

A Staten Island, NY, grand jury has voted not to indict an NYPD officer in the death of Eric Garner, an asthmatic man who was wrestled down by police using what appeared to be a chokehold as he resisted arrest….GRAPHIC VIDEO

KEEP WATCH

SHARED NEWSLETTER – NY MINI

Top News
President Obama met Monday at the White House with civil rights and religious leaders, mayors and law enforcement officials.

Obama Offers New Standards on Police Gear

By MARK LANDLER

The White House tried to channel the rage over events in Ferguson, Mo., into a national debate about how to restore trust between the police and the public.

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, left, and his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, during a news conference Monday in the new presidential palace in Ankara, Turkey.

In Diplomatic Defeat, Putin Diverts Pipeline to Turkey

By ANDREW ROTH

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia said South Stream, a major project to deliver natural gas to Europe, would be redirected through Turkey after pressure from the European Union.

VIDEO FEATURE

Searching for Burmese Jade, and Finding Misery

By DAN LEVIN

A New York Times documentary and article look at mine workers in Myanmar struggling with poverty and drug addiction even as the country’s jade industry is booming because of demand from China.

A French Town Reels After Teenage Girl Vanishes, Apparently to Join Jihadists

By SUZANNE DALEY and MAÏA de la BAUME

A small but growing number of teenage girls in Europe, enticed by Internet recruiters, have shown amazing determination in their efforts to join jihadists, experts say.

A Syrian Kurdish woman in a camp on the Turkish border. The United Nations suspended a voucher program that has helped feed 1.7 million Syrian refugees.

U.N. Cuts Food Aid to Refugees From Syria

By NICK CUMMING-BRUCEand RICK GLADSTONE

The agency said the suspension, taking place immediately, would have “disastrous” consequences for refugees struggling to cope with deprivation.

Alois Brunner, a top lieutenant to Adolf Eichmann, in an undated photograph. He sent 128,500 Jews to death camps.

A Long-Sought Fugitive Died Four Years Ago in Syria, Nazi Hunter Says

By JODI RUDOREN

Alois Brunner was Adolf Eichmann’s “right-hand man” and responsible for the deportation of 128,500 Jews to death camps, a top Nazi hunter said.

U.S.

A Week Later, Protesters Remain Vocal on Ferguson, Partly With Silence

By MONICA DAVEY, JOHN ELIGON and JESS BIDGOOD

On campuses, in streets and outside government buildings, mostly peaceful expressions of anger, including periods of silence and staged “die-ins,’ continued over a Missouri grand jury’s conclusion.

. Protests Around the Country Mark the Moment of Ferguson Shooting
Scott Panetti

Justices Urged to Intervene in Execution of Texas Man

By DAVID MONTGOMERY

Putting Scott Panetti, who has long shown signs of serious mental illness, to death by lethal injection would be unconstitutional, his lawyers argue.

Most College Students Don’t Earn a Degree in 4 Years, Study Finds

By TAMAR LEWIN

A new report says that only 19 percent of students graduated in four years from most public universities and that only 50 of 580 public universities graduated a majority of their full-time students at the four-year mark.

Politics
John Boehner, the House speaker, and his Republican leadership team have been clear both publicly and privately about their desire to avoid a government shutdown at almost all costs. 

Republicans Try to Balance Immigration Action While Avoiding a Shutdown

By ASHLEY PARKER

House Republicans are reviewing a hybrid solution that combines elements of short-term and broader-based spending. Some refuse to rule out a shutdown.

Chief Justice Samples Eminem in Online Threats Case

By ADAM LIPTAK

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. quoted vivid lyrics in which the rapper appears to be threatening to drown his wife.

A Republican spokeswoman found fault with the attire of Sasha and Malia Obama at the presidential turkey pardon.

G.O.P. Aide Quits After Ridiculing Obama’s Daughters, Sasha and Malia

By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS

Elizabeth Lauten, a Republican aide, resigned after giving the girls an online scolding for their attitude and outfits at the White House turkey pardon, telling them to show “a little class.”

Business
Lu Wei  has ratcheted up  China's sophisticated system of online censorship.

Gregarious and Direct: China’s Web Doorkeeper

By PAUL MOZUR and JANE PERLEZ

Lu Wei, as the country’s new Internet czar, is the ambassador of a policy in which Beijing claims the right to censor content and track users.

The damaged battery case from a fire aboard a Japan Airlines Boeing 787 Dreamliner at Logan International Airport in Boston in January 2013.

Report on Boeing 787 Dreamliner Battery Flaws Finds Lapses at Multiple Points

By JAD MOUAWAD

While stopping short of a firm conclusion, the regulators’ report suggested that manufacturing flaws could have introduced defects that led a battery cell to fail.

BITS BLOG

Microsoft Buys Acompli, an Email Start-Up

By NICK WINGFIELD

Microsoft said it acquired for about $200 million Acompli, a young start-up that makes an email application for iOS and Android mobile devices.

echnology
Workers at the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Tracy, Calif., packed items last week.

NEWS ANALYSIS

To Gain the Upper Hand, Amazon Disrupts Itself

By DAVID STREITFELD

Though the company’s third-quarter revenue fell short of forecasts, it is making moves to become a retail and entertainment one-stop shop.

Outside the New York Stock Exchange. The hackers reported by FireEye appeared to be well-versed in Wall Street vernacular.

Web Thieves Using Lingo of Wall St.

By NICOLE PERLROTH

Using flawless English and an insider’s knowledge of Wall Street, the cybercriminals have gained access to the inboxes of top health care executives.

ON BASEBALL

A Powerful Boost for a Playoff Quest

By TYLER KEPNER

The Mariners, chasing their first playoff appearance since 2001, took a step toward firming up its right-handed hitting by reaching a four-year deal with Nelson Cruz, an official confirmed.

Deron Williams driving in the Nets' win over the Knicks last month. The teams, which play each other Tuesday, are both under .500.

Knicks Prepare to Host the Nets in a Battle of Futility

By ANDREW KEH

New York’s two N.B.A. teams, which meet Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden, are turning the city into a mecca of bad basketball.

Credit:  http://www.nytimes.com/

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