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NYT Today's Headlines - April 18, 2015: Top News | Editors' Picks | Today's Videos | World | U.S. | Politics | Business | Technology Sports | Arts.|

Today's Headlines Saturday, April 18, 2015 Top News Obama Urges 'Creative' Talks to Bridge Divide With Iran on Sanctions By PETER BAKER and RICK GLADSTONE Iranian leaders have insisted in recent days that the sanctions be lifted as soon as a written accord is signed, a position that the country's foreign minister reinforced on Friday.

NYT Today's Headlines - March 27, 2015: Top News | Editors' Picks | Today's Video | World | U.S.| Politics | Business | Technology | Sports.

Today's Headlines Friday, March 27, 2015 Top News Fatal Descent of Germanwings Plane Was 'Deliberate,' French Authorities Say By DAN BILEFSKY and NICOLA CLARK The co-pilot initiated the plane's descent for unknown reasons while he was alone in the cockpit, having locked the pilot out, said the prosecutor. Andreas Lubitz, Who Loved to Fly, Ended Up on a Mysterious and Deadly Course By JACK EWING and MELISSA EDDY The co-pilot accused of deliberately crashing a plane into the Alps passed all medical and flying tests, Lufthansa officials said.

NYT Today's Headlines - January 17, 2015: Business: Slow Rise in Consumer Prices May Stymie the Fed

Today's Headlines Saturday, January 17, 2015 Top News Supreme Court Set to Decide Marriage Rights for Gay Couples Nationwide By ADAM LIPTAK The court, after declining to take up the issue in October, is now likely to resolve one of the great civil rights questions of the age before its current term ends in June. 2014 Breaks Heat Record, Challenging Global Warming Skeptics By JUSTIN GILLIS Extreme land temperatures were accompanied by an unusually warm ocean surface virtually everywhere except around Antarctica, scientists reported. Patriot Act Idea Rises in France, and Is Ridiculed By MATT APUZZO and STEVEN ERLANGER After the shootings in Paris last week, France finds itself grappling with how to fight terrorism while protecting civil liberties - a question the United States has confronted since 9/11. For more top news, go to » Editors' Picks STYLE The Price of Privilege By LANDON THOMAS Jr. When a son is

NYT Today's Headlines - January 10, 2015: French Police Storm Hostage Sites, Killing Gunmen.

Today's Headlines Saturday, January 10, 2015 Top News French Police Storm Hostage Sites, Killing Gunmen By ANDREW HIGGINS and DAN BILEFSKY The police killed two brothers who had links to Al Qaeda in Yemen and were suspected in the massacre at a Paris newspaper office. In a nearly simultaneous raid, officers also killed an alleged associate of the brothers who had held hostages in a kosher supermarket. Days of Sirens, Fear and Blood: 'France Is Turned Upside Down' By STEVEN ERLANGER Friday  was a day, like the previous two, of violence in and around Paris, one that ended with France unsure whether this drama is now truly over or a predictor of more cultural, religious and political violence to come. F.B.I. and Justice Dept. Said to Seek Charges for Petraeus By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and MATT APUZZO The F.B.I. and Justice Department prosecutors suggested bringing felony charges against the retired general for providing classified informa