02/20/15 HAGMANN AND HAGMANN RPT

Juan 3:16 Porque de tal manera amó Dios al mundo, que ha dado a su Hijo unigénito, para que todo aquel que en él cree, no se pierda, mas tenga vida eterna.

Juan 3:16 Porque de tal manera amó Dios al mundo, que ha dado a su Hijo unigénito, para que todo aquel que en él cree, no se pierda, mas tenga vida eterna.

GUEST:  DAN GOODWIN

 

NY MINI  —  SHARED NEWSLETTER  @  NYTIMES.COM

Top News
President Obama addressed foreign leaders gathered at the State Department on Thursday as part of a three-day conference on countering violent extremism.

NEWS ANALYSIS

On Terror, Gentle Hand or Iron Fist

By PETER BAKER and JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS

President Obama argued that human rights, tolerance and dialogue could combat terrorism, but his audience included representatives from some of the world’s least democratic countries.

Imam Mohamed Magid, at the All Dulles Area Muslim Society in Sterling, Va. The imam said he has persuaded several young men to abandon their plans to join extremists and fight overseas.

U.S. Muslims Take On ISIS’ Recruiting Machine

By LAURIE GOODSTEIN

The rise of the Islamic State and its recruitment efforts have jolted Muslim communities in the United States into action.

The frozen foods section of a Walmart in Washington, D.C. All United States workers are to make at least $9 an hour by April.

Walmart Raising Wage to at Least $9

By HIROKO TABUCHI

Facing a tighter job market, employee turnover and scrutiny of its labor practices, the retailer plans to increase pay for a half-million workers.

 

World
Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein, who killed two people and wounded five police officers in Copenhagen.

After Attacks, Denmark Hesitates to Blame Islam

By ANDREW HIGGINS

The attacks last weekend have stirred soul-searching in Denmark over whether Islam merely served as a justifying cover for violent criminality.

Soldiers who were evacuated from Debaltseve drank at a pizzeria in Artemivsk. Other soldiers commandeered taxis and shot up an expensive restaurant.

Retreating Soldiers Bring Echoes of War’s Chaos to a Ukrainian Town

By ANDREW E. KRAMER and DAVID M. HERSZENHORN

As violence continued to plague eastern Ukraine on Thursday, demoralized Ukrainian soldiers straggled into the town of Artemivsk, griping about incompetent leadership and recounting desperate conditions.

Saudi Arabia's new monarch, King Salman,  attending a ceremony in Riyadh last month.

Saudi King Unleashes a Torrent of Money as Bonuses Flow to the Masses

By BEN HUBBARD

No measure since King Salman ascended the throne has caused as much buzz as the post-coronation giveaway that will cost an estimated $32 billion.

Politics
Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey at an event in New Hampshire on Feb. 16. Some former donors have pledged their support to other Republicans running for president.

Critics in G.O.P. Say Chris Christie Is in a ‘Bubble’

By MAGGIE HABERMAN and NICHOLAS CONFESSORE

Conservative donors, including those who once encouraged Gov. Chris Christie to seek the White House, say the governor’s style has driven them to support others.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel of Chicago with President Obama during the dedication of the Pullman National Monument on Thursday at Gwendolyn Brooks College Preparatory Academy in Chicago.

Obama Designates Monument in Chicago and Backs Its Mayor, Rahm Emanuel

By MICHAEL D. SHEAR

The president supported the re-election bid of Mr. Emanuel, his former chief of staff, while visiting Chicago to create the Pullman National Monument.

FIRST DRAFT

Giuliani: Obama Had a White Mother, So I’m Not a Racist

By MAGGIE HABERMAN and NICHOLAS CONFESSORE

Rudolph W. Giuliani defended his remarks accusing President Obama of not loving his country.

Business
Stock exchange workers on Wall Street. A growth in bank profits has largely been achieved by cutting costs, including head count, hollowing out trading floors.

New Rules Spur a Humbling Overhaul of Wall St. Banks

By NATHANIEL POPPER and PETER EAVIS

Wall Street is in a transformation, as bonuses shrink, revenue growth stalls and business lines are cut, driven primarily by regulatory efforts.

Cargo ships anchored near the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles. A dispute between the longshoremen's union and shipowners has brought crippling delays to sea freight.

Trappings of Chinese New Year Left at Sea by West Coast Port Dispute

By HIROKO TABUCHI and ALEXANDRA STEVENSON

Business in both the United States and Hong Kong is being hampered by delays in trans-Pacific shipments of food and festive items.

A Greek flag fluttered atop the Acropolis hill in Athens on Wednesday. Greece is facing a deadlock in debt talks amid fears of insolvency.

Greece’s Request for Loan Extension Is Rejected by Germany

By JAMES KANTER and NIKI KITSANTONIS

The country is trying to negotiate an agreement before a Friday deadline imposed by eurozone finance ministers.

NYTIMES.COM

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