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The New York Times | Evening Briefing on March 26,2018.

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Monday, March 26, 2018 NYTimes.com » Your Monday Evening Briefing By DANIEL VICTOR AND DAVID SCULL Good evening. Here’s the latest. Al Drago for The New York Times 1. President Trump ordered the expulsion of 60 Russian diplomats from the U.S., and European nations quickly followed suit . Together, the moves constituted a broad swipe at Russia’s diplomatic capabilities , and possibly its ability to conduct spying operations. The president’s decision was the latest action in a long history of espionage feuds between Washington and Moscow. _____ Peter Foley/EPA, via Shutterstock 2. Publicly , President Trump has remained quiet about Stormy Daniels , the pornographic film star whose unapologetic “60 Minutes” interview on Sunday detailed their alleged sexual encounters. Privately, he has railed against her, insisting that she was not telling the truth. Melania Trump, th

The New York Times: : Business.- Asian Stocks Drop Sharply After Big Fall in U.S. Markets. May 21rst, 2010

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BUSINESS Asian Stocks Drop Sharply After Big Fall in U.S. Markets By MARK McDONALD Uncertainty over sovereign debt, financial regulation and a halting economic recovery drove markets down across Asia on Friday. Fed Governor Says U.S. Could Feel Europe’s Pain By SEWELL CHAN Daniel K. Tarullo, a Federal Reserve governor, laid out for a House panel how Europe’s debt problems could cross the Atlantic. Trichet Faces Growing Criticism in Europe Debt Crisis By JACK EWING and STEVEN ERLANGER As the European Central Bank has struggled to contain Europe’s debt crisis, Mr. Trichet has given ground on some principles and opened himself to criticism. • More Business News

The New York Times: Top Stories / World / Business News. May 12th, 2010

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Top Stories Cameron Takes Over as British Premier After Brown Resigns By JOHN F. BURNS David Cameron, the Conservative leader, became prime minister. Nick Clegg will become his deputy as the Liberal Democrats approved a coalition deal. U.S. to Split Up Agency Policing the Oil Industry By JOHN M. BRODER The Obama administration is proposing splitting the agency that oversees offshore drilling in response to the Gulf Coast oil spill. In Greek Crisis, Some See Parallels to U.S. Debt Woes By DAVID LEONHARDT Both the United States and Greece have governments bigger than they are paying for, and the problem cannot be blamed on politicians alone. • NYTimes.com Homepage WORLD MAN IN THE NEWS | DAVID CAMERON Cameron Faces Challenges Beyond His Coalition By SARAH LYALL Britain’s new prime minister, David Cameron, will have to contend with the demands of his own Conservative Party as well as those of his Liberal Democratic partner

THE NEW YORK TIMES: Top Stories / World / Business / technology.May 9th, 2010

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TOP STORIES Greek Debt Woes Ripple Outward, From Asia to U.S. By NELSON D. SCHWARTZ and ERIC DASH The fear that began in Athens, raced through Europe and finally shook the stock market in the U.S. is now affecting the broader global economy. New Setback in Attempt to Contain Gulf Oil Spill By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON A containment dome had been placed over one of the leaks, but crews discovered that the dome was clogging, forcing them to move it aside and allow oil to keep gushing. Imam’s Path From Condemning Terror to Preaching Jihad By SCOTT SHANE and SOUAD MEKHENNET Anwar al-Awlaki, a U.S.-born cleric, has become a central figure in the luring of Western Muslims to violent extremism, harnessing the Internet for Al Qaeda’s goals. • NYTimes.com Homepage WORLD  Muddy Road Molds Debate on the Future of Guyana By SIMON ROMERO The argument over a plan to pave the road reflects a nation pulled between competing desires to del

THE NEW YORK TIMES: Home Page, World and Business News. May 8th, 2010

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 Saturday, May 8, 2010   Compiled 2 AM E.T. HOME PAGE Origin of Wall Street’s Plunge Continues to Elude Officials By GRAHAM BOWLEY Officials from federal agencies hunted for clues amid a tangle of electronic trading records to find out what caused Thursday’s near panic on Wall Street. British Parties Jockey to Form Governing Alliance By JOHN F. BURNS David Cameron, the Conservative leader, reached out to the Liberal Democrats as Prime Minister Gordon Brown signaled that he would not immediately step down. Illegal Status of Army Spouses Often Leads to Snags By JULIA PRESTON Many service members have fought to gain legal status for their family members — only to hit a legal dead end. • NYTimes.com Homepage WORLD An Uncertain and Difficult Road Ahead in London By SARAH LYALL With the vote resulting in the first hung Parliament since the 1970s, several possibilities could play out. Unclear Result in Britain Puts Fo

The New York Times: Top Stories / World / Business News. May 7th, 2010

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TOP STORIES U.S. Markets Plunge, Then Stage a Rebound By GRAHAM BOWLEY Investigators are examining “unusual trading activity” that may have contributed to the market gyrations. British Voters Swing to Tories, but Majority Is in Doubt By JOHN F. BURNS As Conservatives made big but not necessarily decisive gains, the country could be heading for days of agonizing uncertainty as the two main parties maneuver for power. In Washington, a Renewed Taste for Auto Safety By MICHELINE MAYNARD A crisis for Toyota has become a catalyst for regulatory change with support from the White House, both political parties and the industry. • NYTimes.com Homepage   WORLD The Road Ahead Is Uncertain and Probably Difficult By SARAH LYALL If the British vote results in a hung Parliament, several possibilities could play out. Pakistani Taliban Are Said to Expand Alliances By CARLOTTA GALL and SABRINA TAVERNISE The Pakistani Taliban, wh

The New York Times: World and Business, April 19th, 2010

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World REYKJAVIK JOURNAL Mostly Clear Consciences for Those at the Source of Europe’s Consternation By KIRK SEMPLE While they are careful not to appear to take pleasure in this latest bout of troubles, Icelanders have met the volcanic eruption mostly with a collective sigh of relief. ‘Little Ships’ Rerun Finds Its Own Dunkirk By JOHN F. BURNS A group of Brits set out to ferry their stranded compatriots home from the cross-channel chaos created by the cloud of volcanic ash. Photographing Iceland's Fiery Volcano By JAMES ESTRIN Photographer Ragnar Th. Sigurdsson came face to face with the Icelandic volcano that is disrupting air traffic in Europe and beyond.  BUSINESS A Glare on Goldman, From U.S. and Beyond By GRETCHEN MORGENSON and LANDON THOMAS Jr. Two congressmen urged investigations into possible taxpayer losses related to Goldman deals, and the British prime minister asked his nation’s securities regulator to inve

NYT: Business & World. April 16th, 2010

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BUSINESS Genzyme Drug Shortage Leaves Users Feeling Betrayed By ANDREW POLLACK Production problems with two drugs for rare inherited diseases have left patients in pain and may have led to one death. Australian Miner to Hold Talks Over $3.8 Billion Offer From U.S.'s Peabody By BETTINA WASSENER Macarthur Coal, which has been the object of an intensifying takeover battle, has until now rejected rival offers. Finance Bill Consensus on a Point: No Bailouts By SEWELL CHAN Beyond the principle of protecting the taxpayer, Republicans and Democrats mostly agree on the approach, but not the details, of financial regulatory reform. • More Business News WORLD Volcanic Ash to Curtail Air Traffic Into Midday Friday By MARK McDONALD, NICOLA CLARK and LIZ ROBBINS The massive plume, caused by the eruption Wednesday of a glacial volcano in Iceland, drifted slowly eastward on Friday, reaching into central Europe and Russia

The New York Times : Business:

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Business Hype, Money and Cornstarch: What It Takes to Win at Westminster By DAVID SEGAL To win at the big dog shows, lots of money is needed for professional handlers, groomers and even ad campaigns in publications like Dog News and The  Canine Chronicle. In Detroit, Is There Life After the Big 3? By PETE ENGARDIO As parts makers add customers like NASA and solar power companies,  they are helping to offset the tens of thousands of lost jobs in the  auto industry. ECONOMIC VIEW What’s Sustainable About This Budget? By N. GREGORY MANKIW War and recession are valid reasons for running a deficit,  but the president’s budget makes it unmanageable, N. Gregory Mankiw says. • More Business News Back to Top