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Trump Intensifies His Attacks on Journalists and Condemns F.B.I. ‘Leakers’

Reporters from The Times and other outlets were not allowed to enter the office of the press secretary, Sean Spicer, in an unusual breach of protocol......»»

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Fiction: In the Japanese Hit ‘Six Four,’ a Police Inspector Weighs Questions of Loyalty

In Hideo Yokoyama’s “Six Four,” a Japanese policeman searches for two lost teenagers, one of them his own daughter......»»

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White House Bars Times and Other News Outlets From Briefing

Reporters from The Times, CNN and other organizations were not allowed to enter the office of the press secretary, Sean M. Spicer, in an unusual breach of protocol......»»

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Breakingviews: Peak Market?

Carlyle’s quest for distressed assets comes as tax-cut hopes have fanned a Wall Street euphoria. Maybe the private equity investor is on to something......»»

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White House Bars Times and 2 Other News Outlets From Briefing

Reporters from The Times, CNN and Politico were not allowed to enter the office of the press secretary, Sean M. Spicer, in an unusual breach of protocol......»»

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Some See Media Bias. But ‘the Enemy’? Not Quite.

Many Americans believe the news media is flawed and often unfair to President Trump, but they won’t go so far as to label the press an “enemy.”.....»»

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Your Money Adviser: Little Credit History? Lenders Are Taking a New Look at You

New credit scoring models, using data like rent and cellphone payments, are coming into vogue as lenders seek to bring in more borrowers......»»

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James Stevenson, Longtime New Yorker Cartoonist, Dies at 87

Mr. Stevenson’s work shifted easily from light social commentary to silliness for more than half a century......»»

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The Future of Work: The Jobs Americans Do

Popular ideas about the working class are woefully out of date. Here are nine people who tell a truer story of what the American work force does today — and will do tomorrow......»»

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Morning Agenda: Uber’s Tough Week, Tech Acrimony and Manufacturing

Uber is still reeling over sexual harassment allegations from a former employee and now is being sued by Waymo, the self-driving car business spun out of Google’s parent company......»»

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Sure the Media Is Biased. But the Enemy? Not Quite.

Many Americans believe the news media is flawed and often unfair to President Trump, but they won’t go so far as to label the press an “enemy.”.....»»

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China Names Guo Shuqing, a Rapid-Fire Regulator, to Oversee Troubled Banks

The appointment of the respected official could signal Beijing’s desire to address deep financial problems holding back the Chinese economy......»»

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China Names Guo Shuqing, Known for Rapid-Fire Change, to Oversee Troubled Banks

The appointment of the respected official could signal Beijing’s desire to address deep financial problems holding back the Chinese economy......»»

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James Stevenson, Ex-New Yorker Illustrator, Dies at 87

Mr. Stevenson’s work shifted easily from light social commentary to silliness for more than half a century......»»

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Snapchat Founders’ Grip Tightened After a Spat With an Early Investor

A big question about the I.P.O. of Snap is why its creators retain such outsize voting control. The answer lies in their history with a venture capital firm......»»

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American Beauties: The Pleasures of a Writer Who Was ‘Richard Pryor on Paper’

Charles Wright’s three autobiographical novels about a young black intellectual trying to make it in New York City are ripe for rediscovery......»»

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Breakingviews: He Who Lives by the Stock Market Rally …

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin says the market’s record highs show faith in promises of tax reform and stimulus, but some policies may portend a downturn......»»

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By the Book: Chelsea Clinton: By the Book

The co-author of “Governing Global Health” says she first read Ray Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451” in the seventh grade, and “it still makes me uncomfortable, even more so, decades later.”.....»»

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Alan Colmes, Sean Hannity’s Liberal Partner on Fox News, Dies at 66

Mr. Colmes and Mr. Hannity sparred for 12 years in Fox News Channel’s most tangible effort to fulfill its “fair and balanced” credo......»»

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Gary Cartwright, Acclaimed Texas Writer, Dies at 82

Mr. Cartwright practiced the “gonzo journalism” made famous by another larger-than-life storyteller: Hunter S. Thompson......»»

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