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New York TimesCredit Jason Horowitz/The New York Times. To have the pope speaking of Islam as a religion of peace, especially after bombings of Coptic churches during some of the holiest days on the Christian calendar, resonated with millions of Muslims, Father … and more …read more From:: New York City News By Google News ...

New York TimesPresident Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada in February. Mr. Trump stepped back from the brink of a trade war with two of the United States’ biggest trading partners. Credit Stephen Crowley/The New York Times. WASHINGTON — For much …Republicans tell Trump to hold up on NAFTA withdrawalPolitico all 688 news articles ...

New York Times“Somebody HIGH UP AND INSIDE F.N.C. is trying to get an innocent person fired,” Mr. Hannity wrote, referring to a report in New York magazine that Mr. Shine’s support from the Murdoch family, which controls Fox News Channel, was wavering. If Mr. Shine …Sean Hannity Warns of ‘Total End’ of Fox NewsNew York Magazine all 42...

New York TimesThink of today as a drizzle sandwich: Your morning and evening commutes could get sprinkled, but in between it will be mostly cloudy with a high near 70. As we struggled through several days of hair-gone-wrong and umbrellas turned inside out, we … …read more From:: New York City News By Google News ...

New York TimesFormer President Barack Obama spoke during an event at the University of Chicago on Monday. Credit Joshua Lott for The New York Times. WASHINGTON — Two post-presidential Barack Obamas emerged this week. The first was the civic-minded one, …When will Obama have made enough money?New York Post all 101 news articles …read more From::...

New York PostWhen the moderator asked whether she represents the president, the American people, or her business, she replied, “Certainly not the latter, and I am rather unfamiliar with this role as well, as it is quite new to me.” Ivanka Trump will have dinner …Ivanka Trump Is Jeered in Berlin After Defending Her FatherNew York TimesIvanka Trump Booed...

New York TimesNew Jersey Transit trains are running up to 45 minutes late into and out of Pennsylvania Station. Amtrak trains are running with delays of up to 35 minutes into and out of Penn Station. Today would have been Ella Fitzgerald’s 100th birthday. One New … and more …read more From:: New York City News By Google News ...

New York PostNew York state, its local governments and public authorities are committed to spending tens of billions of dollars on public works in the next five to 10 years. But under current law, they’re also committed to wasting billions of taxpayer dollars on … …read more From:: New York City News By Google News ...

New York TimesSlice Intelligence, a data firm that uses an email management program called Unroll.me to scan people’s inboxes for information, faced an outcry that began on Sunday after The New York Times reported that Uber had used Slice’s data to keep tabs on its … and more …read more From:: New York City News By Google News ...

New York TimesMarine Le Pen, the leader of the right-wing National Front party, and one of two remaining candidates facing off on May 7, has long disdained the euro as a malevolent threat to prosperity. She has pledged to convert French debt into a new national …Emmanuel Macron married his high school teacherNew York Post all 4,118 news articles …read...

New York TimesWhen we asked Mr. Komunyakaa, who began his two-year term in 2016, what the New York State poet position entailed, he told us, “lovingly embracing poetry.” Mr. Komunyakaa, the 11th state poet, teaches poetry at New York University, gives readings at … …read more From:: New York City News By Google News ...

The New YorkerDaniel Bell told him that it lacked “irony and self-distancing” (cardinal virtues in New York intellectual life back then), and recommended adding three or four pages at the end in which he took it back. His close friend Jason Epstein, an editor at … …read more From:: New York City News By Google News ...

Atlanta Journal ConstitutionBen Ketola of Preble, New York, rolled 12 consecutive strikes at 281 Bowl in Cortland on April 5, racing from lane to lane and finishing in 86.9 seconds, Syracuse.com reported. The 23-year-old, who works at 281 Bowl, used a different ball on each lane … and more …read more From:: New York City News By Google News ...

New York TimesThe blogger, Yameen Rasheed, 29, had complained repeatedly to the police about receiving death threats, he said in an interview with The New York Times this year, adding that the police often failed to return his calls or dropped his complaints without … and more …read more From:: New York City News By Google News ...

New York TimesIn 2015 when New York’s mayor, Bill de Blasio, tried capping the number of Uber cars, Uber added a “de Blasio” tab in its app to show lengthy waiting times for rides if legislation against Uber was allowed to go forward. People could easily send a form … and more …read more From:: New York City News By Google News ...

NJ.comThe Auditor has always loathed parades, chiefly because they involve lots of standing around under the hot sun watching floats that lack the root beer and ice cream that all good floats require. As it turns out, Gov. Chris Christie feels much the same way. …read more From:: Chris Christie News From Google News ...

NJ.comCould the problems that have plagued train commuters this year have been avoided if Gov. Chris Christie hadn’t canceled the Access to the Region’s Core tunnel project in October 2010? Commuters on social media and some commenters on NJ.com have …Amtrak issues blamed for Sunday NJ Transit delaysNew Jersey 101.5 FM Radio all 4 news articles ...

New York TimesNorth Korea has been accused of detaining Americans on what many see as dubious charges in order to use them as diplomatic leverage. Credit Denis Balibouse/Reuters. SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea has detained a United States citizen, a South … and more …read more From:: New York City News By Google News ...

New York TimesFrench voters at a polling station in Le Touquet in northern France on Sunday, during the first round of the presidential elections. Credit Eric Feferberg/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. France is electing its next president in what many see as a … and more …read more From:: New York City News By Google News ...

New York TimesThousands of scientists and their supporters gathered on Saturday to participate in the March for Science in Washington and in hundreds of other cities. These are visual highlights from the gatherings around the world. and more …read more From:: New York City News By Google News ...