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Religion Meets Rebellion: How ISIS Lured 3 London Girls: NYT Today's Headlines - August 18, 2015: Top News:

Today's Headlines Tuesday, August 18, 2015 Top News Religion Meets Rebellion: How ISIS Lured 3 London Girls By KATRIN BENNHOLD

NYT Today's Headlines March 30, 2015: Top News | Editors' Picks | World | U.S. | Politics | Business | Technology | Sports | Arts | New York.

Today's Headlines Monday, March 30, 2015 Top News Iran Backs Away From Key Detail in Nuclear Deal By DAVID E. SANGER and MICHAEL R. GORDON With a negotiating deadline  on Tuesday , Iranian officials have backed away from a critical element of a proposed nuclear agreement, saying they are no longer willing to ship their atomic fuel out of the country.

NYT Today's Headlines - March 21, 2015: Top News | Editors' Picks | Today's Video | World | U.S. | Politics | Business | Technology | Sports.

Today's Headlines Saturday, March 21, 2015 Top News Suicide Attacks at Mosques in Yemen Kill More Than 130 By KAREEM FAHIM, MOHAMMED ALI KALFOOD and ERIC SCHMITT An affiliate of the Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks at two Zaydi Shiite mosques in Sana, the capital. White House Antagonism Toward Netanyahu Grows By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS Despite Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's election victory, he is still out of the good graces of the Obama administration, which has had to reassess its policy toward Israel. Netanyahu Tactics Anger Many U.S. Jews, Deepening a Divide By LAURIE GOODSTEIN Even many supporters said they were appalled at the Israeli prime minister's warning about Arab voters and his renunciation of a two-state solution. Editors' Picks SCIENCE  MULTIMEDIA FEATURE:  Rosetta Is Tailing a Warming Comet The European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft dropped a lander onto the

NYT Today's Headlines - March 7, 2015: Top News | Editors' Picks | Today's Videos | World | U.S. | Politics | Business | Technology | Sports |

Today's Headlines Saturday, March 7, 2015 Top News Menendez Is to Face Corruption Charges, U.S. Official Says By KATE ZERNIKE and MATT APUZZO The Justice Department expects to charge Senator Robert Menendez, a New Jersey Democrat, in an inquiry that has focused on his ties to a Florida eye doctor, an official said. Germany Sets Gender Quota in Boardrooms By ALISON SMALE and CLAIRE CAIN MILLER Germany passed a law Friday that requires some of Europe's biggest companies to give 30 percent of supervisory seats to women beginning next year. Assignment America: Selma By GAY TALESE Fifty years after the police viciously attacked hundreds of marchers in a pivotal moment of the civil rights movement, Selma, Ala., defies neat story lines. For more top news, go to » Editors' Picks U.S. During Bakery Break-In, Only Recipes Are Taken By CAROL POGASH After a recipe theft at Mr Holmes Bakehouse in San Francisco,

NYT Today's Headlines - February 28, 2015> Top News | Editors' Picks | Today's Videos | World | U.S.| Politics | Business | Technology | Sports.

Today's Headlines Saturday, February 28, 2015 Top News House Passes One-Week Funding Extension for Homeland Security By ASHLEY PARKER The agreement was reached after a setback for Speaker John A. Boehner and his team earlier Friday, when the House voted against their original plan to extend funding for the department for three weeks.   New Party in Charge, Same Challenges Boris Nemtsov, Putin Foe, Is Shot Dead in Shadow of Kremlin By ANDREW E. KRAMER Mr. Nemtsov, a former first deputy prime minister of Russia, was killed in central Moscow in the highest-profile assassination in Russia during the tenure of President Vladimir V. Putin. Online, American Helps Fuel Attacks in Egypt By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK Shahid King Bolsen has used social media to encourage frustrated protesters to attack the corporate interests of the Egyptian Army. For more top news, go to »

NYT Today's Headlines - February 24, 2015: Top News: Palestinian Groups Are Found Liable at Manhattan Terror Trial.

Today's Headlines Tuesday, February 24, 2015 Top News Palestinian Groups Are Found Liable at Manhattan Terror Trial By BENJAMIN WEISER The verdict ended a long legal fight to hold the Palestinian Authority and the Palestine Liberation Organization responsible for six terrorist acts in which Americans were killed or injured. CONGRESSIONAL MEMO Funding Fight Over Homeland Security Poses Dangers for the G.O.P. By CARL HULSE and ASHLEY PARKER A partisan impasse over immigration could cause funding for the agency to run out  Friday  and damage the Republican brand, and the impact could carry over into the next election cycle. WELL Feeding Infants Peanut Products Could Prevent Allergies, Study Suggests By ANDREW POLLACK The finding, in The New England Journal of Medicine, addresses a condition that afflicts 2 percent of American children. For more top news, go to » Editors' Picks WORLD  |   IRAN JOURNAL Reb