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NYT Today's Headlines - August 8, 2015: Top News: Fear That Debate Could Hurt G.O.P. in Women's Eyes .

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Today's Headlines Saturday, August 8, 2015 Top News Fear That Debate Could Hurt G.O.P. in Women's Eyes

NYT Today's Headlines - January 8, 2015: Top News: One Suspect Surrenders in Attack on French Newspaper; Two Others at Large.

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Most Popular   |   Video   |   Subscribe:  Digital /  Home Delivery Today's Headlines Thursday, January 8, 2015 Top News One Suspect Surrenders in Attack on French Newspaper; Two Others at Large By DAN BILEFSKY and MAÏA de la BAUME Hamyd Mourad, 18, suspected in an assault on the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, walked into a police station northeast of Paris and gave himself up. The other suspects are two brothers, Said and Chérif Kouachi. Proud to Offend, Charlie Hebdo Carries Torch of Political Provocation By DOREEN CARVAJAL and SUZANNE DALEY The struggling satirical paper was once firebombed, but it continued to amuse and horrify, taking pride in offending one and all. 'Dangerous Moment' for Europe, as Fear and Resentment Grow By STEVEN ERLANGER and KATRIN BENNHOLD The strike against the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo seems certain to accelerate the growth of anti-Islamic sentiment in Europe. For more top news, go to 

NYT Today's Headlines - December 29, 2014: Top News: Indonesian Agency Says Missing AirAsia Jet Probably Sank.

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Most Popular   |   Video   |   Subscribe:  Digital /  Home Delivery Today's Headlines Monday, December 29, 2014 Top News Indonesian Agency Says Missing AirAsia Jet Probably Sank By THOMAS FULLER The head of the agency searching for Flight 8501 said that he believed the aircraft was "at the bottom of the sea" and warned that the country lacked adequate equipment for an underwater search. In Battle to Defang ISIS, U.S. Targets Its Psychology By ERIC SCHMITT Officials acknowledge they have barely made a dent in the larger, longer-term campaign to kill the ideology that animates the terrorist movement. In North Dakota, a Tale of Oil, Corruption and Death By DEBORAH SONTAG and BRENT McDONALD Tex G. Hall, a tribal chief connected to the oil industry, has pushed profits on the Fort Berthold Reservation in North Dakota. But charges of murder for hire against an associate and accusations of corruption have upended business as usual. For