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NYT Today's Top Headlines - March 26, 2015: Top News | Editors Picks | Today's Video | World | U.S. | Politics | Business | Technology.

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Today's Headlines Thursday, March 26, 2015 Top News Opening New Iraq Front, U.S. Strikes ISIS in Tikrit By ROD NORDLAND and PETER BAKER American warplanes began airstrikes against Islamic State positions in the Iraqi city, aiding a three-week offensive by a coalition of Shiite militias and Iraqi security forces. Germanwings Pilot Was Locked Out of Cockpit Before Crash in France By NICOLA CLARK and DAN BILEFSKY As officials struggled to explain why a jet with 150 people on board crashed, an investigator said evidence indicated that one pilot left the cockpit and was unable to get back in.   Victims of Germanwings Flight 9525

NYT Today's Top Headlines - March 25, 2015: Top News | Editors' Picks | Today's Video | World | U.S. | Politics Business | Technology Sports

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Today's Headlines Wednesday, March 25, 2015 Top News MEMO FROM JERUSALEM Rebukes From White House Risk Buoying Netanyahu By JODI RUDOREN Tensions between Israel and the United States have soared, and even some who mainly blame Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for antagonizing President Obama over the last six years now see the scales flipped. U.S. to Delay Pullout of Troops From Afghanistan to Aid Strikes By MICHAEL D. SHEAR and MARK MAZZETTI President Obama's decision to maintain troop levels in Afghanistan through 2015 is partly to bolster counterterrorism efforts in that country, including the C.I.A.'s ability to conduct drone strikes, administration officials said.

NYT Today's Top Headlines - February 20, 2015: Top News: On Terror, Gentle Hand or Iron Fist.

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Most Popular   |   Video   |   Subscribe:  Digital /  Home Delivery Today's Headlines Friday, February 20, 2015 Top News 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. 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. 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. For more top news, go to  NYTimes.com » Editors' Picks MOVIES  VIDEO:  Oscars: Picking Academy Award Winners The Carpetbagger wraps u

NYT Today's Top Headlines - February 1, 2015: Top News: As Ebola Ebbs in Africa, Focus Turns From Death to Life.

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Most Popular   |   Video   |   Subscribe:  Digital /  Home Delivery Today's Headlines Sunday, February 1, 2015 Top News As Ebola Ebbs in Africa, Focus Turns From Death to Life By NORIMITSU ONISHI New cases in Liberia, where streets were littered with the Ebola dead just a few months ago, now number in the single digits, according to the World Health Organization. G.O.P. Campaigns Scramble to Add Romney Donors By NICHOLAS CONFESSORE Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey and former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida are in all-out battle this weekend to tap into the billion-dollar donor network once harnessed by Mitt Romney. Medical Costs Rise as Retirees Winter in Florida By ELISABETH ROSENTHAL Data suggests that many doctors, especially those in states known as winter getaways, increase their revenues by expanding the volume of diagnostic exams. For more top news, go to  NYTimes.com » Editors' Picks SPORTS A Tom Brady Sneak Is the