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Top News

In Washington, Second Thoughts on Arming Police
By MATT APUZZO and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT
President Obama has ordered a comprehensive review of the government's decade-old strategy of outfitting local police departments with military-grade body armor, officials say.
Graphic: The Flow of Money and Equipment to Local Police

War Gear Flows to Police Departments



If They Survive in the Ebola Ward, They Work On
By ADAM NOSSITER and BEN C. SOLOMON
At the government hospital in Kenema, Sierra Leone, the deputy nurse matron is one of perhaps three women on the original Ebola nursing staff who have neither gotten sick nor fled.
Video: Burial Boys of Ebola



For Nuncio Accused of Abuse, Dominicans Want Justice at Home, Not Abroad
By LAURIE GOODSTEIN
A top Vatican ambassador, or nuncio - who serves as a personal envoy of the pope - was accused of sexual abuse of minors.
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Editors' Picks

U.S.
Timeline for a Body: 4 Hours in the Middle of a Ferguson Street
By JULIE BOSMAN and JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN
Local officials say the image of Michael Brown's corpse in the open set the scene for what was to become a combustible worldwide story of police tactics and race in America.

OPINION | OPINION
The Climate Swerve
By ROBERT JAY LIFTON
Will a social movement rise up against global warming?

QUOTATION OF THE DAY
"If I have a long life, I can go back to my people. I can talk to them: 'I'm doing this job for you.' Maybe they can understand me."
KANDEH KAMARA, 21, one of about 20 young men who call themselves "the burial boys," and who do one of the dirtiest jobs in the Ebola crisis: finding and burying corpses across eastern Sierra Leone.


Today's Video

VIDEO: Devoted to Rural America
Patrick Gottsch, founder of the rural cable channel RFD-TV, is taking up the fight against big media mergers.
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VIDEO: Burial Boys of Ebola
In Sierra Leone, a group of young men take on the dirtiest work of the Ebola outbreak: finding and burying the dead.

VIDEO: Marchers Demand Justice for Eric Garner
Demonstrators on Staten Island protested the chokehold death of an unarmed black man who was in the custody of police officers trying to arrest him for selling loose cigarettes.
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World

In Afghan Election, Signs of Systemic Fraud Cast Doubt on Many Votes
By CARLOTTA GALL
More than two million ballots in the June 14 presidential runoff have been called into question, foiling a swift democratic transition and plunging the country into crisis.

Populist's Brash Tactics Stir Fears of Crisis in Pakistan
By DECLAN WALSH
Imran Khan, the former cricketer turned opposition leader, led thousands of supporters to the capital a week ago, but his protest movement has been messy and inconclusive.

A Driving School in France Hits a Wall of Regulations
By SUZANNE DALEY
Experts say the struggle of two entrepreneurs highlights how the myriad rules governing driving schools - and 36 other highly regulated professions - stifle competition and inflate prices in France.
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U.S.

Hundreds in Washington Protest Missouri Shooting
By ELENA SCHNEIDER
The demonstrators demanded the arrest of the police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown and the demilitarization of police departments.
alt=.>On Staten Island, Thousands Protest Police Tactics



Dozens Rally for Officer in Ferguson Killing as Funds Are Raised Online
By FRANCES ROBLES
Supporters of Officer Darren Wilson gathered on Saturday in St. Louis as a campaign to raise money for his relocation and legal expenses surpassed $300,000.

TV Chief Takes 2-by-4 to a Proposed Cable Merger
By EMILY STEEL
Patrick Gottsch, the chairman of the Rural Media Group, has become one of the most vocal critics of the proposed media consolidation.
alt=.> Video: Devoted to Rural America


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Politics

Bid to Expand Medical Marijuana Business Faces Federal Hurdles
By DAVE PHILIPPS
If the federal government agrees, the door could open to interstate sales by medical cannabis growers across the country.

U.S. Court to Hear Case on Voting Restrictions as Arizona Prepares for Polls
By ERIK ECKHOLM
A Denver panel will hear arguments about a policy in Arizona and Kansas that bars some without paper proof of citizenship from voting in state and local elections.
As Arizona Primary Nears, Governor Candidates Turn Eyes to Border



THE UPSHOT
The Growing Blue-State Diaspora
By ROBERT GEBELOFF and DAVID LEONHARDT
Many Americans born in blue states have moved to red states since 2000, helping Democrats in national elections.
For more political news, go to NYTimes.com/Politics »

Business

Michael Bloomberg's Harder Sell
By LANDON THOMAS Jr.
Stepping up his philanthropy, the former mayor of New York still pushes big ideas, but on a much wider stage. Turkey's smoking rate is just one of his targets.

Raising a Glass to American Upstart Distillers
By CLAY RISEN
With a burst of new flavors and styles, boutique American whiskeys and gins are making a splash in a once-staid global market.

DATAPOINTS
Two Countries, Two Vastly Different Phone Bills
By ANNA BERNASEK
If your monthly cellphone bill seems high, it may be because American cellphone service is among the most costly in the world. A comparison of two phone plans.
For more business news, go to NYTimes.com/Business »

Technology

IT'S THE ECONOMY
Delivery Start-Ups Are Back Like It's 1999
By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER
Silicon Valley wants to save you from ever having to leave your couch. Will it work this time around?
The Upshot: Delivering Everything, Except Perhaps Profits



BITS BLOG
Secret, an Anonymous Social App, Tries to Clean Up Its Act
By MIKE ISAAC
The company announced plans to invest heavily in making the network a more pleasant place to visit.

BITS BLOG
Android Phones Hit by 'Ransomware'
By NICOLE PERLROTH
Hackers have figured out how to lock people out of their Android devices and demand money in exchange for letting them back in.
For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Technology »

Sports

B.C.S. Makes Way for College Football Playoff (and New Debates)
By MARC TRACY
A new playoff system this season will include four teams, an increase from the B.C.S.'s two. Most people view that as an improvement, but there is still plenty to argue about.
College Football Playoff Possibilities



A Star's Bumpy Trail to Oregon
By TIM ROHAN
Before Marcus Mariota became the Ducks' quarterback, with a chance at the Heisman Trophy and a national title, he overcame hurdles in Hawaii.

After Season of Despair, All the Pressure Is on the Coach
By MARC TRACY
Will Muschamp, in his fourth season as Florida's coach, is facing enormous pressure to succeed after a 4-8 campaign derailed by more than two dozen injuries.
What to Watch For in the 2014 College Football Season


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Arts

These Kids Today
By DAVE ITZKOFF
Eighteen years after it was first staged, "This Is Our Youth," Kenneth Lonergan's caustic study of dissolute young adults, reaches Broadway.

MUSIC REVIEW
Papier-Mâché Heads and a Surprise Guest
By NATE CHINEN
In the first of a three-night stand at Barclays Center on Friday, Arcade Fire hit high marks with durable standards, and an arch shrug and wolfish grin toward some critics.

Staying Safe, Exploring Sassy
By JON CARAMANICA
On Ariana Grande's new album, "My Everything," the young pop star strikes a balance between sweet and sultry.
For more arts news, go to NYTimes.com/Arts »

N.Y./Region

On Staten Island, Thousands Protest Police Tactics
By J. DAVID GOODMAN
A demonstration on Saturday was, as planned, a peaceful response to the killings of Eric Garner and Michael Brown.
Video: Marchers Demand Justice for Eric Garner



Unions Face Backlash for Joining March on Staten Island
By NIKITA STEWART
New York City labor unions face a backlash from the police union as well as some of their own members for participating in a march protesting the death of a black man in police custody.

A Tale of de Blasio's Neighborhoods: Park Slope and Yorkville
By LIZ ROBBINS
Mayor Bill de Blasio and his family moved to Gracie Mansion from their Brooklyn house, but the Manhattan neighborhood's amenities could mirror the comforts of home.
For more New York news, go to NYTimes.com/NewYork »

Magazine

Can U.S. Men's Tennis Rise Again?
By ERIC KONIGSBERG
A new generation of juniors might be able to get America back to the top - if they receive the right push.

Eugenie Bouchard Could Be Tennis's Next Big Shot
By SUSAN DOMINUS
After years grinding on the junior circuit, the 20-year-old is poised to be one of the sport's next big stars. Now she just needs that breakthrough win.

Serena Williams's Secret Weapon
By MICHAEL STEINBERGER
The most important hitting partner in tennis steps out of the shadows.
For more from the Sunday magazine, go to NYTimes.com/Magazine »

Obituaries

John F. Akers, 79, Dies; Led IBM as PCs Ascended
By RICK ROJAS and STEVE LOHR
Mr. Akers became chief executive in 1985, as smaller, less expensive computers started to undercut the company's lucrative mainframe computer business.
For more obituaries, go to NYTimes.com/Obituaries »

Editorials
TODAY'S EDITORIALS
Why Interest Rates Need to Stay Low
By THE EDITORIAL BOARD
The economy still doesn't have the growth and jobs to justify a rate increase.
The Debate on Salty Foods, Continued

A Better Credit Card


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Op-Ed

OP-ED COLUMNIST
Black, White and Baseball
By FRANK BRUNI
The man who coached Mo'ne Davis sees the promise of inner-city kids.
Columnist Page



OP-ED COLUMNIST
Our Thoroughly Modern Enemies
By ROSS DOUTHAT
Why radical Islam isn't just a medieval throwback.
Columnist Page


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Sunday Review

NEWS ANALYSIS
Dealing With Digital Cruelty
By STEPHANIE ROSENBLOOM
The web encourages bad behavior, and it's part of our nature to focus on the negative. But there are smart ways to respond.

NEWS ANALYSIS
Rethinking Eating
By KATE MURPHY
Start-ups are engineering "meat" and "eggs" from pulverized plant compounds.

ON THIS DAY
On Aug. 24, 1992, Hurricane Andrew smashed into Florida, causing record damage; the storm was blamed for 55 deaths in Florida, Louisiana and the Bahamas.
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News

On Staten Island, Thousands Protest Police Tactics
By J. DAVID GOODMAN
A demonstration on Saturday was, as planned, a peaceful response to the killings of Eric Garner and Michael Brown.
Video: Marchers Demand Justice for Eric Garner



Unions Face Backlash for Joining March on Staten Island
By NIKITA STEWART
New York City labor unions face a backlash from the police union as well as some of their own members for participating in a march protesting the death of a black man in police custody.

A Tale of de Blasio's Neighborhoods: Park Slope and Yorkville
By LIZ ROBBINS
Mayor Bill de Blasio and his family moved to Gracie Mansion from their Brooklyn house, but the Manhattan neighborhood's amenities could mirror the comforts of home.

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Features

Life After Brooklyn
By MICHELLE HIGGINS
Brooklynites are moving out, fed up with rising rents, bidding wars and neighborhoods that no longer resemble the low-rise bohemian enclaves they found when they arrived.

UPDATE
Time Marches On, Even at Fortress Astoria
By HILARY HOWARD
Living as a family of sorts for 20 years, longtime Queens roommates enter a new era as one man moves out.

Sports

YANKEES 5, WHITE SOX 3
After Joe Torre Is Honored, the Yankees Gain a Win
By ANDREW KEH
Torre became the 18th person to have his number retired by the Yankees on Saturday, and the team followed up the ceremony by beating the Chicago White Sox.
Video: An Interview With Joe Torre



Djokovic Says Family Is Now His No. 1 Focus
By BEN ROTHENBERG
Novak Djokovic arrives at the United States Open with a new wife and a child on the way, changes in his life that he says have affected his priorities.

At the U.S. Open, Making a Statement That's Clear, and Loud
By RAVI UBHA
H&M and Uniqlo - two clothing retailers that are relatively new entrants into the tennis world - appear to be making inroads in a sector traditionally dominated by Nike and Adidas.
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Multimedia

VIDEO: Bill Cunningham | Streets Paved in Gold
The illusion that the streets of Manhattan are paved with gold almost came to a reality this week.

Arts

MUSIC REVIEW
Papier-Mâché Heads and a Surprise Guest
By NATE CHINEN
In the first of a three-night stand at Barclays Center on Friday, Arcade Fire hit high marks with durable standards, and an arch shrug and wolfish grin toward some critics.

These Kids Today
By DAVE ITZKOFF
Eighteen years after it was first staged, "This Is Our Youth," Kenneth Lonergan's caustic study of dissolute young adults, reaches Broadway.

A Failed Love and a Museum's Birth
By KEN JOHNSON
Lauren Gunderson's play "Bauer" delves into the mostly forgotten drama revolving around two important figures in the founding of the Guggenheim Museum.
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Thursday, August 21, 2014

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The Easiest, Hardest Month

Good morning to you on this cloudy Thursday.
Look around, everybody. Say hi.
We should feel a certain solidarity, simply because it's August and we're here - unlike the hordes who have fled the city for Provence or Provincetown.
It can be challenging to be left behind. You may ask yourself how you got stuck here.
But there are certain rewards for having stayed behind: A better night's sleep, thanks to the smokeless, quiet bar entrance below, or a seat on the subway at rush hour.
Some things become refreshingly easier when so many people leave New York at once. But of course, other things get harder.
Here are a few:
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News

TV Habits? Medical History? Tests for Jury Duty Get Personal
By STEPHANIE CLIFFORD
Questionnaires, rather than oral Q. and A.'s, have become increasingly familiar in courtrooms across America.
Interactive Feature: Will You Be Seated on a Jury?



Hint of Scandal Embroils Queens Library's Leaders
By AL BAKER
A criminal inquiry is examining spending by Thomas W. Galante, president of the Queens Public Library, including whether he steered construction contracts to an acquaintance.

De Blasio, Seeking Calm in Chokehold Case, Turns to Clergy
By MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM and NIKITA STEWART
Mayor Bill de Blasio and clergy members met to discuss tensions between the police and the community surrounding the death of a Staten Island man in police custody.

Former Aéropostale Executive Is Sentenced to 8 Years for Fraud
By STEPHANIE CLIFFORD
Christopher Finazzo, the former second in command at Aéropostale, the apparel company, was convicted of fraud and conspiracy in a scheme with a vendor.

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Features

BUILDING BLOCKS
A Brooklyn Map That Shows Battle Positions Instead of Trader Joe's
By DAVID W. DUNLAP
The borough's historical society is exhibiting the map carried by Lt. Gen. Hugh Percy in the Battle of Brooklyn in 1776, marking the American positions the British intended to overrun.
More Building Blocks Columns



To Feed More People, a Meal Service Asks Rich Donors for Help
By WINNIE HU
Citymeals-on-Wheels, a nonprofit food provider, has started a program in which wealthy donors can opt to sponsor meal delivery in a specific area.

Sports

ASTROS 5, YANKEES 2
Yankees Cautious About Pineda in Loss That Damages Their Playoff Hopes
By JORGE ARANGURE Jr.
Michael Pineda helped the Yankees to a 2-1 lead, but he was pulled in the seventh inning after 89 pitches in an eventual loss to Houston.

METS 8, ATHLETICS 5
Offensive Spark Helps the Mets End a Losing Streak
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Mets are hoping to build on Wednesday's offensive performance, in which Lucas Duda hit a three-run homer and Eric Campbell also homered as the team beat the Oakland Athletics.

A Close Look at Murray and Sharapova Preparing for the U.S. Open (Psst: It's Free)
By STUART MILLER
The Open lets fans in free the week before the tournament to watch qualifying matches, but one of New York's best-kept secrets is that the top players are also in attendance and practicing.
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VIDEO: Money Talks. We Sing.
As the Metropolitan Opera's management and unions negotiated behind one set of closed doors, performers carried on with their rehearsals behind others.
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Arts
Metropolitan Opera Clears Last Major Hurdle in Labor Talks
By MICHAEL COOPER
The Met's management and the union representing its stagehands reached a contract deal, allowing the company to go ahead with its coming season of performances.

CHECKING BACK
A New Set of Believers, but the Same Peppy Faith
By BEN BRANTLEY
After more than three years on Broadway, "The Book of Mormon" retains its peppiness and devotion to the musical comedy spirit.
alt=.>Memories of 'The Book of Mormon'



OPERA REVIEW
Shakespeare's Preening Con Man, as Seen by Salieri, Then Updated
By VIVIEN SCHWEITZER
Antonio Salieri's "Falstaff" is part of the dell'Arte Opera Ensemble's A Summer of Shakespeare festival at the East 13th Street Theater.
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N.Y. Today: Housing Rules Keep Sex Offenders in Prison Beyond Release Dates; Abduction Case Shows Challenges Amish Face
Friday, August 22, 2014

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Cool, Cool Summer

Good morning on this foggy Friday.
Lightning, thunder - that was a proper summer storm last night.
But not entirely. A proper summer storm would have brought quenching relief after a sticky day. Afterward, it would have felt steamy again.
Instead it was just wet. Still cool, just wet.
Our columnist Andy Newman looked into this mild summer, and how that affected some key players - for example, ice cream truck vendors.
Should you find yourself wondering exactly how cool the summer was:
• There have been no heat waves (defined as three days in a row of temperatures above 90). The mercury has touched 90 only four times and it has never gotten above 91.
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News
Housing Restrictions Keep Sex Offenders in Prison Beyond Release Dates
By JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN
A new interpretation of a New York State law on where the offenders can live means that homeless shelters within 1,000 feet of a school are off limits.

Abduction Case Tests Limits of Amish Ties to Modern World
By KIRK SEMPLE
The kidnapping of two girls in Oswegatchie, N.Y., highlighted the challenges the Amish face by adhering to a 19th-century lifestyle in a 21st-century world.

At Arab Bank's Terrorism Trial, Victim Recalls Seeing Suicide Bomber's Body
By STEPHANIE CLIFFORD
In federal court in Brookyn, Brian Faudem recounted a 2003 bombing at a Tel Aviv bar, one of 24 acts linked to Hamas by plaintiffs who have accused the bank of financing terrorism.
Judge Drops Charges for 8 in an Inquiry on Benefits
By JAMES C. McKINLEY Jr.
Six police officers and two others were among 136 workers accused of faking mental illness to obtain disability benefits.

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Features

A Basketball League Whose Success Isn't Measured in Points
By KIA GREGORY
The Positive Influence league, whose season is restricted to summer because space at nearby school gyms is booked by adult leagues, provides an outlet for teenagers on the Upper West Side.

Sports

YANKEES 3, ASTROS 0
With Extra Pep, McCarthy Prevents Sweep With a Shutout
By JORGE ARANGURE Jr.
The late-season acquisition shut out the Houston Astros in a victory that kept the Yankees from being swept at home by one of the worst teams in baseball.

N.F.L. ROUNDUP
Jets-Giants Meeting Won't Be About Their Rivalry
By TOM PEDULLA
In a preseason game Friday night, the two teams will focus on addressing their own obvious deficiencies.

URBAN ATHLETE
And All That Time You Thought You Were Just Playing
By MICHELA TINDERA
For New Yorkers who miss their childhood Slip 'N Slides, there are classes in Midtown Manhattan that recreate the experience.
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Multimedia

VIDEO: An Interview With Joe Torre
On Saturday, Aug. 23, the Yankees will retire Joe Torre's number in a ceremony at Yankee Stadium. The New York Times's Tyler Kepner recently interviewed Torre about his long baseball career.
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Arts

Son Discovers His Father's Life of Crime Is Now a Work of Art by Warhol
By TATIANA SCHLOSSBERG
Reading a review of an exhibition at the Queens Museum, George Lawler was shocked to see a photograph with a portrait of his father, who robbed a bank in 1955.

ART REVIEW
Midtown Manhattan Wouldn't Be the Same
By JOSEPH GIOVANNINI
"Times Square, 1984: The Postmodern Moment," at the Skyscraper Museum, displays attempts to reimagine Manhattan's central neighborhood.

CHECKING BACK
It's Still Popular Being Green
By CHARLES ISHERWOOD
"Wicked," which passed the 10-year mark last fall, evinces little sign of box office fatigue, especially among tweens.
Memories of 'Wicked'


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Today's Headlines: U.S. Weighs Direct Military Action Against ISIS in Syria
Today's Headlines Saturday, August 23, 2014


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Top News

U.S. Weighs Direct Military Action Against ISIS in Syria
By PETER BAKER and MICHAEL D. SHEAR
A top national security adviser to President Obama said the United States was "not going to be restricted by borders" to protect its interests, including possibly pursuing direct military action in Syria.

U.S. Isn't Sure Just How Much to Fear ISIS
By MARK MAZZETTI and HELENE COOPER
With the rapid advance of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, the rhetoric the Obama administration is using to describe the danger the group poses to the United States has escalated.

Russians Open Fire in Ukraine, NATO Reports
By ANDREW HIGGINS and MICHAEL R. GORDON
NATO officials said that the Russian military had moved artillery units inside Ukrainian territory in recent days and was using them to fire at Ukrainian forces.
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Editors' Picks

WORLD
Executions in Gaza Are a Warning to Spies
By FARES AKRAM and JODI RUDOREN
Witnesses said more than a dozen were killed in what was seen as a message to potential informants after Israel's assassination of three militant leaders.
Gaza Talks Build at U.N.



OPINION | ROOM FOR DEBATE
Should the U.S. Work With Assad to Fight ISIS?
Is the militant group such a threat to the United States that working with the despised Syrian dictator would be in the national interest?

QUOTATION OF THE DAY
"Let the physical evidence tell us what happened. How badly injured was the police officer? Was he dazed? Was Michael Brown on drugs? Let's see what's really going on here."
PAT DIAZ, a former South Florida homicide detective who investigated more than 100 police shootings, on the shooting in Ferguson, Mo.


Today's Video

VIDEO: A Preview of the U.S. Open
Here's what to look for at this year's United States Open.

VIDEO: Bill Cunningham | Streets Paved in Gold
The illusion that the streets of Manhattan are paved with gold almost came to a reality this week.

VIDEO: The Long March to Peace
Gary Hill, an associate minister, lives in Ferguson, Mo., just a few blocks from where Michael Brown was killed on Aug. 9. He's urged for peace amid the volatile protests, with mixed results.
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World

Pentagon Says Chinese Fighter Jet Confronted American Navy Plane
By HELENE COOPER
The Chinese plane flew within 30 feet of the Navy aircraft on Tuesday in international airspace just off the Chinese coast, the Pentagon said.

THE SATURDAY PROFILE
American's Star Power Unrivaled in Japan
By MARTIN FACKLER
David Spector, with his bleach-blond hair and ability to deliver one-liners in flawless Japanese, has been a fixture in Japan's often raucous talk-show world for 30 years.

Blackouts in Egypt Prompt Accusations
By KAREEM FAHIM and MERNA THOMAS
Officials blamed supporters of a deposed leader, while others pointed fingers back at the government.
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U.S.

Blood Industry Shrinks as Transfusions Decline
By MATTHEW L. WALD
Medical advances have increased efficiency, but the trend is forcing an enormous wave of mergers and job cutbacks.

Key Factor in Police Shootings: 'Reasonable Fear'
By MICHAEL WINES and FRANCES ROBLES
A host of outside factors, from an officer's perception of a threat to the suspect's behavior and even his size, can emerge as mitigating or damning.
U.S. Faces Suit Over Tactics at Immigrant Detention Center
By JULIA PRESTON
Civil rights groups claim that the government committed due process violations against women and children held for deportation at a detention center in New Mexico.
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Politics

As Arizona Primary Nears, Governor Candidates Turn Eyes to Border
By FERNANDA SANTOS
The six Republican candidates to succeed Jan Brewer as governor of Arizona are jumping over each other to sound tough on illegal immigration.

Emails Show Bigger Fund-Raising Role for Wisconsin Leader
By ADAM NAGOURNEY and MICHAEL BARBARO
Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin played a greater role than previously known in arranging for wealthy contributors to donate to a conservative organization, according to court documents.
Document: Case File on Fund-Raising for a Group Helping Gov. Scott Walker


Florida Judge Deals a Blow to Democrats on Districting
By LIZETTE ALVAREZ
After the Republican-led Legislature's map was ruled unconstitutional last month, a slightly modified version is approved, but the 2014 election will proceed under the old map.
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Business

Fed Chief Sees Not Enough Data to Raise Rates
By BINYAMIN APPELBAUM
At her first keynote speech for the Federal Reserve's annual conference, Janet Yellen says she wants to see more evidence of a labor market recovery.
The Upshot: Worrisome Long-Term Economic Trends

The Upshot: Why the Robots Might Not Take Our Jobs After All



Efforts to Revive Rich California Mine Hit Strong Resistance
By CAROL POGASH
Where forty-niners once roamed, a plan to dig up 240,000 ounces of gold is vehemently opposed by local residents who fear damage to the environment and their way of life.

BITS BLOG
U.S. Finds 'Backoff' Hacker Tool Is Widespread
By NICOLE PERLROTH
The Department of Homeland Security said on Friday that more than 1,000 businesses had been infected with the cash register malware used in the Target data breach and others, leading to the theft of data from millions of customers' payment cards.
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Technology

BITS BLOG
Android Phones Hit by 'Ransomware'
By NICOLE PERLROTH
Hackers have figured out how to lock people out of their Android devices and demand money in exchange for letting them back in.

COMMON SENSE
Big Payoffs in HP Suit, for Lawyers
By JAMES B. STEWART
When Hewlett shareholders sued over "unlawful behavior" in the takeover of Autonomy, they didn't expect to be shut out in a possible settlement.

Why We're Not Driving the Friendly Skies
By STUART F. BROWN
The dream of creating a flying car has reduced many would-be inventors to despair as they grasped the immensity of the engineering and design challenges of the divergent natures of airplanes and cars.
Terrafugia Transition

Pie-in-the-Sky Flying Cars From the Past

Slide Show: Wheels and Wings


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Sports

A Tennis Board Woven With Conflicts
By MARY PILON and ANDREW W. LEHREN
An examination of the United States Tennis Association's finances shows that several of the group's current and recent board members have benefited from its grants and contracts.

Japanese Swimming Has Momentum at Its Back
By KAREN CROUSE
The momentum the Japanese are building at the Pan Pacific Championships could carry over to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

THE UPSHOT
Duke of Hawaii: A Swimmer and Surfer Who Straddled Two Cultures
By MICHAEL BESCHLOSS
Duke Kahanamoku, who helped America become a little more Hawaiian by spreading the gospel of surfing, also helped Hawaii become more American.
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Arts

An Encore 35 Years in the Making
By MELENA RYZIK
Kate Bush steps onto a London stage next week for her first live shows since 1979, and her fans are traversing continents to take part.

Turin Opera's Music Director Threatens to Leave
By MICHAEL COOPER
Gianandrea Noseda, Teatro Regio's music director, says he will not renew his contract unless the general manager, Walter Vergnano, is replaced.

CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK
Champion of Jazz Talent Brings His Work Home
By NATE CHINEN
Bruce Lundvall, a former president of Blue Note Records now in an assisted-living center, has brought music to his turf with the Sunrise Senior Living Jazz Festival.
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N.Y./Region

New York's Top Jail Investigator Resigns After Inquiry on Rikers Brutality
By MICHAEL WINERIP and MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ
Florence L. Finkle's resignation is the first of many changes expected in response to a federal inquiry that found a "culture of violence" at Rikers Island.

Fatal Confrontation Heightens Tensions in Staten Island Police Precinct
By J. DAVID GOODMAN
Complaints of misconduct by officers in the 120th Precinct on the North Shore rival those in the Bronx and Brooklyn.

Assault Charge Against City Council's Ex-Finance Director Is Thrown Out
By JAMES C. McKINLEY Jr.
A judge tossed out domestic violence charges against Charles Preston Niblack after prosecutors said an investigation had failed to turn up evidence supporting the accusations against him.
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Travel

PURSUITS
Dollywood: A Little Bit Country, a Little Bit Gay
By KIM SEVERSON
Views of Dolly Parton's wildly popular theme park in Tennessee can differ significantly depending on one's lens.

OVER THERE
100 Years of Gratitude
By RICHARD RUBIN
A century later, exploring America's contribution to World War I in a country that's still thankful for it.

FOOTSTEPS
Searching for 'Anne of Green Gables' on Prince Edward Island
By ANN MAH
More than 100 years after its publication, the book still pulls fans to its island setting.
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Obituaries

Deborah Sussman, Who Dressed Buildings in Vivid Colors and Shapes, Dies at 83
By JOSEPH GIOVANNINI
Known for a bold use of color, Ms. Sussman was an early advocate of applying print elements to campuses, buildings and cityscapes.

Simin Behbahani, Outspoken Iranian Poet, Dies at 87
By DOUGLAS MARTIN
Ms. Behbahani touched on sensitive topics in her poems, often upsetting Iranian authorities.

Robert Sherrill, Author Who Skewered Right and Left, Dies at 89
By WILLIAM YARDLEY
Mr. Sherrill rose to prominence in the 1960s and '70s for his provocative assessments of gun culture, military justice, Lyndon B. Johnson and other political topics.
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Editorials
TODAY'S EDITORIALS
A March for a Safer City
By THE EDITORIAL BOARD
Will aggrieved residents achieve some level of faith in the future of policing in Mayor Bill de Blasio's New York?
Sri Lanka's Intransigence

Questions for the Patent Office



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Op-Ed

OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR
The Danger of Combustible Dust
By RAFAEL MOURE-ERASO
Tiny particles can ignite. But these explosions are readily preventable.

OP-ED COLUMNIST
Gift Horses Gone Wild
By GAIL COLLINS
Who's been following the trial of Bob McDonnell in Virginia and knows what FLOVA means?
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OP-ED COLUMNIST
Lessons Not Learned
By JOE NOCERA
The S.&L. crisis could have helped us avoid the financial crisis.
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Singing, Not Striking

Good morning on this fair, dry Tuesday.
On Monday, the Metropolitan Opera reached a labor agreement with its chorus and orchestra, averting a lockout just weeks before opening night.
We talked to David Frye, a tenor in the chorus for 21 years, on Monday evening, as he left rehearsal.
"You know, I think I feel good," said Mr. Frye, the chairman of the chorus's negotiating committee.
The unions agreed to their first pay cut in decades - which the opera house had said was necessary because of declining ticket sales and spiraling costs.
But management also compromised, stepping down from its steepest demands and agreeing to its own cuts.
The mood at rehearsal on Monday, Mr. Frye said, was different from usual.
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News

In Surprise Finale at Metropolitan Opera's Labor Talks, Both Sides Agree to Cuts
By MICHAEL COOPER
The deal had compromises from both sides, with the unions agreeing to their first pay cut in decades and management abandoning its toughest demands and agreeing to make significant reductions of its own.

In Five Years, a Federal Prosecutor Has Taken On Terrorism, Corruption and Cuomo
By BENJAMIN WEISER and BEN PROTESS
During his tenure as the United States attorney in Manhattan, Preet Bharara has embraced the media spotlight while fighting attempts to politicize justice.

Man Who Helped Long Island Counselor to Kill Himself Makes Plea Deal, Lawyer Says
By JAMES C. McKINLEY Jr.
Kenneth Minor is expected to plead guilty to first-degree manslaughter for helping Jeffrey Locker, a motivational speaker, commit suicide in 2009.
Livery Drivers Are on Edge After Two Killings This Month in the Bronx
By WINNIE HU and NATE SCHWEBER
The deaths of Maodo Kane and Aboubacar Bah raise the specter of the 1990s, when dozens of drivers were killed in a single year and many others were attacked.

A Fire in Manhattan Kills One and Injures 12
By EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS and KATE PASTOR
The blaze tore through the six floors of an apartment building on West 136th Street near Amsterdam Avenue; the cause was under investigation but was considered suspicious, an official said.

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THE APPRAISAL
Easy on the Environment, but Not Necessarily the Eyes
By MATT A. V CHABAN
Thomas Paino planned an environmentally friendly interior for his Queens rowhouse, but then embraced a bold design for its exterior, which has prompted vigorous debate.
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Sports

CUBS 4, METS 1
A Start on No Days' Rest Almost Rescues the Mets
By JORGE ARANGURE Jr.
Carlos Torres filled in admirably for Bartolo Colon in the Mets' 4-1 loss to the Cubs.

ROUNDUP
Giants Banged Up, Nothing More Serious
By BILL PENNINGTON
Starting cornerback Prince Amukamara (strained groin muscle) and middle linebacker Jon Beason (foot) each had encouraging news on their recoveries, with both expecting to be ready for the season opener on Sept. 8.

A Group Lifts Paraclimbers to Higher Goals
By JEFF DiNUNZIO
The Adaptive Climbing Group, the brainchild of Kareemah Batts, of Brooklyn, is helping paraclimbers, some of whom have been training for the world championships in Spain next month.
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A Time to Roll
New York City might have been the cultural epicenter for roller skating in the 1970s.

Arts

Humans of New York Goes Global
By JONAH BROMWICH
The creator of the popular photography blog Humans of New York, which focuses on street life in the city, is now documenting the everyday lives of people near trouble spots around the world.

CHECKING BACK
Frolicking to Abba on a Greek Isle Retains Sweetness, if Not Shine
By ANITA GATES
Audiences may no longer be dancing in the aisles, but "Mamma Mia!" is still a joy 13 years later.
Memories of 'Mamma Mia!'



OPERA REVIEW | 'TESEO'
All It Really Needs Is a Fairy Godmother
By CORINNA da FONSECA-WOLLHEIM
The Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra presented a performance of "Teseo" on Sunday as part of the Mostly Mozart Festival.
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Today's Headlines: Shooting Accounts Differ as Holder Schedules Visit to Ferguson
Today's Headlines Wednesday, August 20, 2014


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Top News

Shooting Accounts Differ as Holder Schedules Visit to Ferguson
By FRANCES ROBLES and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT
Witnesses to the shooting death of a black teenager by a white police officer in Ferguson, Mo., have given investigators sharply conflicting accounts, as a county grand jury prepared to hear evidence in the case.
Timeline: Tension in Ferguson

Photographs: Week of Outcry and Confrontation in Ferguson



NEWS ANALYSIS
Shared Vision, Varying Styles
By PETER BAKER and MATT APUZZO
The differences between Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. and President Obama have drawn criticism in recent days, as some praise one's outspokenness and lament another's caution.
Calling for Calm in Ferguson, Obama Cites Need for Improved Race Relations

The Upshot: Not Just Ferguson: National Guard Has a Long History With Civil Unrest



Next Leader May Echo Maliki, but Iraqis Hope for New Results
By TIM ARANGO and MICHAEL R. GORDON
During the American occupation, Haider al-Abadi, a Shiite chosen to be Iraq's next prime minister, resisted the idea of reconciliation with Sunnis, but some hope he can break the mold of recent leaders and govern in an inclusive way.
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WORLD | LISTENING POST
Obama Holds to Afghanistan Withdrawal Deadline
By MARK LANDLER
The president was rejecting a growing chorus of arguments in Washington that the chaos in Iraq should prompt him to reconsider his timetable for withdrawing the last soldiers from Afghanistan by the end of 2016.

OPINION | OP-ED | THOMAS B. EDSALL
Ferguson, Watts and a Dream Deferred
By THOMAS B. EDSALL
Over the past 15 years, three decades of black progress have gone up in smoke.

QUOTATION OF THE DAY
"Reality became scarier than science fiction."
FYODOR D. BEREZIN, a once-obscure Ukrainian science-fiction writer who was surprised by his rapid promotion through the rebel ranks to deputy defense minister of the separatist Donetsk People's Republic.


Today's Video

VIDEO: The Man Primed to Lead Iraq
Iraq is looking to a new leader in Haider al-Abadi as he prepares to replace Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki, who has said he will give up power.
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VIDEO: Nicholas Felton: A Quantified Life
Mr. Felton, an information designer who used to work at Facebook, has tracked almost every aspect of his life, from the miles he's walked to the average length of his personal conversations.
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VIDEO: Intersection | Casual Style in Glasgow
In the West End of Glasgow, Blossom Mccuaig cites old movies and local vintage shops as her inspirations.
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World

Plenty of Room at the Top of Ukraine's Fading Rebellion
By ANDREW E. KRAMER
In what separatist officials call the "Ukrainianization" of the leadership, almost all the original Russian leaders of the rebellion have resigned and gone home, replaced by Ukrainians of dubious qualifications.

Ukrainian and Russian Leaders Will Meet as Rebels Continue to Falter
By ANDREW HIGGINS and ANDREW E. KRAMER
The government said it saw a chance for peace in eastern Ukraine after word that the two leaders and European Union officials would meet next week.
German Leader Emerges as Key Figure in Ukraine Talks



Militant Group Says It Killed American Journalist in Syria
By RUKMINI CALLIMACHI
The terrorist group ISIS said it executed James Foley in retaliation for American airstrikes in Iraq.
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U.S.

Ski Town May Face Winter Without Popular Path to Slopes
By JACK HEALY
One of Utah's most popular ski resorts is facing eviction in a legal dispute that may not be settled by the time winter kicks in.

Neither Obama Nor Congress Seems Eager for a Vote on Military Action in Iraq
By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS
Congress has not asked for a vote to approve military action in Iraq aimed at ISIS militants, and President Obama is not seeking one.

Advocates Seek to Delay Deportations for Millions
By JULIA PRESTON
Since legislation failed on Capitol Hill, immigrant advocacy groups have turned their focus on the president, demanding that he halt most deportations.
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Politics

On Senate Menu, Bean Soup and a Serving of 'Hyperpartisanship'
By ASHLEY PARKER
Comity has been eroding for years in Washington, but to see the fractured Senate in a more personal way, one has only to visit the exclusive dining room.

Sister and Wife of Ex-Governor Become Focus in Virginia Trial
By JONATHAN WEISMAN and KEN MAGUIRE
The testimony also tried to counter a prosecution contention that money woes made Bob McDonnell and his wife susceptible to cash offerings while he was governor.

Rick Perry, Fighting Charges, Hires High-Profile Legal Team in Texas
By DAVID MONTGOMERY
Gov. Rick Perry, who is facing a felony indictment, appeared at the Travis County Courthouse to be photographed and fingerprinted.
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Business

Atlantic City Grapples With Empty Spaces
By JON HURDLE
Government and industry officials are trying to determine how and whether former gambling, hotel and resort spaces might be reused.

DEALBOOK
Caught Backsliding, Standard Chartered Is Fined $300 Million
By BEN PROTESS
Standard Chartered will also be prevented from processing payments in dollars for "high-risk retail business clients" in Hong Kong, with the bank's monitor determining which clients are "high risk."

In Need of Rewiring
By ELIZABETH A. HARRIS
Radio Shack's ubiquitous stores flourished when consumers fixed their own gadgets. Now, the chain is trying out brighter, more inviting stores to lure shoppers.
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Technology

Uber Picks David Plouffe to Wage Regulatory Fight
By MIKE ISAAC
Mr. Plouffe, who ran President Obama's 2008 campaign, will be in charge of policy and strategy for the car service start-up.

Steve Ballmer Quits Microsoft Board, Citing His Outside Duties
By NICK WINGFIELD
The tech company's former chief executive said new responsibilities, including ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers, have made him too busy to serve.

DEALBOOK
Overstock to Allow International Customers to Pay in Bitcoin
By SYDNEY EMBER
The move by popular retailers like Overstock to accept Bitcoins for international transactions could lead to more widespread adoption of the virtual currency.
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Sports
Islanders' Owner Announces He Will Sell the Team to an Investment Group
By RICHARD SANDOMIR
The Islanders said Tuesday that the team would be sold to a former Washington Capitals co-owner and a London-based investor.

Sports Illustrated and, Maybe in a Few Years, a Driver's License
By JERÉ LONGMAN
At 13, the Little League pitcher Mo'ne Davis has become one of America's most famous athletes, and she is already learning to say "no" to some of the ceaseless media requests.

ON BASEBALL
Outsize Production
By TYLER KEPNER
At 5 feet 6, the Houston Astros second baseman Jose Altuve is one of two shortest players in Major League Baseball, but he was leading all players in batting average and hits.
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Arts

More Than a Century Later, Sophia Tolstoy Has Her Say
By WILLIAM GRIMES
Tolstoy's spouse, Sophia, wrote two novellas in reply to his story "The Kreutzer Sonata," works that will be included in "The Kreutzer Sonata Variations," from Yale University Press.

In the Race for Oscars, Toronto Puts Up a Hurdle
By MICHAEL CIEPLY
The Toronto International Film Festival has closed its first four days to any movie that previously played elsewhere, a move that some think will threaten smaller films' Oscar chances.

IMAGINE THIS
Saluting the Women Behind the Screen
By CHRIS SUELLENTROP
Conceiving a museum exhibition devoted to women in the video game industry, which hasn't always welcomed them.
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N.Y./Region

CITY HALL MEMO
De Blasio Encounters Rising Friction Over Liberal Expectations
By MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM
Faced with the realities of pension costs, budget deficits and a scarcity of federal support, the mayor has struggled to please his supporters.

Grand Jury to Take Up Death Linked to Police Chokehold in Staten Island
By J. DAVID GOODMAN and JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN
District Attorney Daniel M. Donovan Jr. said he would have a panel investigate the death of Eric Garner, which the medical examiner's office ruled a homicide.

Exonerated Man Reaches $10 Million Deal With New York City
By STEPHANIE CLIFFORD
Jabbar Collins spent 16 years in prison for the 1994 killing of an Orthodox rabbi. His case exposed several questionable tactics used by the Brooklyn district attorney's office.
For more New York news, go to NYTimes.com/NewYork »

Dining & Wine

RESTAURANT REVIEW: DELAWARE AND HUDSON
A Recipe Book That Does Not Stray Far
By PETE WELLS
Delaware and Hudson in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, features the chef's version of old-fashioned dishes from the mid-Atlantic region.

Brisket Is Worth the Wait
By JULIA MOSKIN
Brisket, part of the Texas Trinity of barbecue, has been enthusiastically embraced by New Yorkers.

Alan Harding, a Brooklyn Restaurant Pioneer, Reshapes His Career
By ALAN FEUER
Mr. Harding proved you could open Manhattan-worthy restaurants in Brooklyn and succeed. Too many competitors got the message.
For more dining news and recipes, go to NYTimes.com/Dining »

Obituaries

Edward G. Leffingwell, Curator, Dies at 72
By ROBERTA SMITH
Mr. Leffingwell brought avant-garde artists to the attention of the public in New York, Los Angeles and Latin America.

John Blake Jr., Versatile Jazz Violinist, Dies at 67
By NATE CHINEN
He combined strong classical technique with the expressive power of African-American spirituals, folk music and blues.

James Schiro, Goldman's Lead Director, Dies at 68
By LANDON THOMAS Jr.
Mr. Schiro was also a veteran financial insider who led PricewaterhouseCoopers and, more recently, Zurich Financial Services.
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Editorials
TODAY'S EDITORIALS
Better Governing Through Data
By THE EDITORIAL BOARD
A new initiative by Comptroller Scott Stringer aims to save New York City money and solve problems the way CompStat has helped the N.Y.P.D. reduce crime.
Prime Minister Modi Fumbles on Pakistan

The Right to Cheat and Maim?


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Op-Ed

OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR
Who Will Stand Up for the Christians?
By RONALD S. LAUDER
People are getting killed because of their beliefs. Jews have a duty to speak up.

OP-ED COLUMNIST
Alone Again, Naturally
By MAUREEN DOWD
The rock-star candidate who got elected on his electrifying promise has become a bored bird in a gilded cage.
Columnist Page



OP-ED COLUMNIST
Will the Ends, Will the Means
By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN
Some important questions have gone unanswered in the Syria blame game.
Columnist Page


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ON THIS DAY
On Aug. 20, 1968, the Soviet Union and other Warsaw Pact nations invaded Czechoslovakia to crush the ''Prague Spring'' liberalization drive of Alexander Dubcek's regime.
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N.Y. Today: Mayor Encounters Rising Friction Over Liberal Expectations; Grand Jury to Take Up Death Linked to Chokehold
Wednesday, August 20, 2014

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Top-Shelf Tennis, and Free

Good morning on this warmer Wednesday.
Catching a glimpse of the U.S. Open next week could be difficult.
But there is plenty of world-class tennis to be seen this week at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, Queens – all of it free.
The action comes in two flavors.
One is the qualifying tournament, the battle of the underdogs in which 128 men and 128 women compete for the last 32 spots in the main tournament.
It started on Tuesday and continues through Friday.
"The people involved are ranked too low to qualify automatically for the tournament," said Naila-Jean Meyers, an editor in Sports who oversees The Times's tennis coverage. "Those players include veterans and young up-and-comers."
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News

CITY HALL MEMO
De Blasio Encounters Rising Friction Over Liberal Expectations
By MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM
Faced with the realities of pension costs, budget deficits and a scarcity of federal support, the mayor has struggled to please his supporters.

Grand Jury to Take Up Death Linked to Police Chokehold in Staten Island
By J. DAVID GOODMAN and JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN
District Attorney Daniel M. Donovan Jr. said he would have a panel investigate the death of Eric Garner, which the medical examiner's office ruled a homicide.

Exonerated Man Reaches $10 Million Deal With New York City
By STEPHANIE CLIFFORD
Jabbar Collins spent 16 years in prison for the 1994 killing of an Orthodox rabbi. His case exposed several questionable tactics used by the Brooklyn district attorney's office.
Injury Claims Against New York's Correction Dept. Doubled in 5 Years, Report Says
By NIKITA STEWART
The city comptroller's office linked the increase to inmates with mental health issues and to the use of solitary confinement at the Rikers Island jail complex.

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Features

A Bronck in the Bronx Gives a Swedish Town a Reason to Cheer
By SAM ROBERTS
Jonas Bronck arrived 375 years ago as the first European in the Bronx, an occasion that will be commemorated by descendants and dignitaries from both countries.

Columnist

ABOUT NEW YORK
As the Sun Sets Over Coney Island, Nostalgia Glows With Renewal
By JIM DWYER
Reborn after Hurricane Sandy's destruction, the Boardwalk has been transformed into a gentler version its gritty former self.
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Sports
Islanders' Owner Announces He Will Sell the Team to an Investment Group
By RICHARD SANDOMIR
The Islanders said Tuesday that the team would be sold to a former Washington Capitals co-owner and a London-based investor.

ASTROS 7, YANKEES 4
With Yankees' Opportunity Knocking, Astros Rudely Slam the Door
By TOM PEDULLA
The Yankees added to a season of missed chances when Chris Carter, who had struck out in each of his first four at-bats, crushed a tie-breaking three-run homer against closer David Robertson.

N.F.L. ROUNDUP
Beckham Jr., Giants' Top Pick, Back on Sideline
By BILL PENNINGTON
Odell Beckham Jr., a wide receiver who was the Giants' first-round draft pick, has a sore hamstring and will miss Friday's preseason game against the Jets.
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HUNGRY CITY | INDIAN ROAD CAFE
An Emerald Atop Manhattan
By JEFF GORDINIER
At Indian Road Cafe in Inwood, there is scant evidence of the grating strain of foodie consciousness that has infiltrated American culture.

Arts

Don Pardo, the Voice of 'SNL,' Is Dead at 96
By NEIL GENZLINGER
An announcer whose career began with radio and grew with popular game shows like "The Price Is Right," Mr. Pardo was best known for decades of introducing stars on the sketch comedy.
A Voice on Television That Stood Out



A Voice on Television That Stood Out
By JAMES BARRON
Before "Saturday Night Live," Don Pardo was known in New York, where he spent his early career making the mundane sound important.

CHECKING BACK
A Little Bit Naughty (and a Lot of Fun)
By ALEXIS SOLOSKI
Its stars keep aging out of the title role, but "Matilda the Musical" remains sly and graceful.
Memories of 'Matilda the Musical'


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Top News

Autopsy Shows Michael Brown Was Struck at Least 6 Times
By FRANCES ROBLES and JULIE BOSMAN
A private, family-requested autopsy shows that Michael Brown was shot at least six times - twice in the head - with all of the bullets striking him in the front.

Violence Flares in Ferguson After Appeals for Harmony
By ALAN BLINDER and TANZINA VEGA
Despite efforts throughout the day in local churches to tamp down the outrage, the most chaotic violence in a week of unrest broke out in Ferguson, Mo., on Sunday night.
Timeline: Tension in Ferguson

Interactive: Week of Outcry and Confrontation in Ferguson

Video: A Protest Ignited



In Torn Gaza, if Roof Stands, It's Now Home
By JODI RUDOREN
With an estimated 11,000 homes destroyed and many more severely damaged, Gaza's housing and humanitarian troubles are just beginning.
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Editors' Picks

U.S.
Seeking New Start, Finding Steep Cost
By TIMOTHY WILLIAMS
Millions of Americans have trained for new careers through the $3.1 billion Workforce Investment Act, but many have not found the promised new career and are instead faced with thousands of dollars of debt.

OPINION | ROOM FOR DEBATE
Should Parents Share Images of Their Kids Online?
Is sharing videos and pictures a violation of a child's right to privacy, or a simple act to remain connected to friends and family?

QUOTATION OF THE DAY
"People have been asking: how many times was he shot? This information could have been released on Day 1. They don't do that, even as feelings built up among the citizenry that there was a cover-up. We are hoping to alleviate that."
DR. MICHAEL M. BADEN, former chief medical examiner for the City of New York, after performing an independent autopsy on Michael Brown, the unarmed teenager shot to death in Ferguson, Mo.


Today's Video

VIDEO: Native Fantasy: Germany's Indian Heroes
Germany's biggest folk hero is an Apache who fights for justice three hours north of Berlin and has inspired spiritual seekers. But some parts of Native American culture get lost in translation.
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VIDEO: From Field to Front Office
Sergio Silva is one of a growing number of Hispanics who own or operate farms in the United States.
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VIDEO: Vows | Celebrity Stylists Wed on the Fly
Ted Gibson and Jason Backe, celebrity hairstylists who run Ted Gibson Beauty together, married "flash mob" style in a Manhattan park.
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World

Kurds Move to Retake Dam as U.S. Bombs Weaken ISIS
By AZAM AHMED and BEN HUBBARD
The Sunni militants appeared to be falling back on several fronts after two days of American airstrikes in Iraq, Kurdish officials said, as pesh merga troops pushed toward Mosul.
Ukraine Says Army Controls Center of a Rebel City
By ANDREW E. KRAMER
The military moved into the heart of the separatist hub for the first time, officials said, chipping at one of the cornerstones of the pro-Russia rebels' disintegrating virtual state.

For Chinese, Pope Seems Worlds Away in South Korea
By EDWARD WONG
The sparse news treatment of the pope's first visit to the Far East is indicative of the Chinese Communist Party's continuing attempts to maintain a tight grip on Catholicism.
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U.S.

Treatment in U.S. Is Rare Chance to Study Ebola
By DENISE GRADY
The treatment in Atlanta of two American missionaries allows for extensive testing not available during outbreaks in Africa.

'Ice Bucket Challenge' Has Raised Millions for ALS Association
By EMILY STEEL
The "Ice Bucket Challenge," a campaign to raise money to fight Lou Gehrig's disease, has caught fire on social media, with celebrities drenching themselves in ice water.

New Drug Helps Some Bald Patients Regrow Hair
By PAM BELLUCK
The drug, which suppresses immune system activity, showed significant results for several sufferers of the autoimmune disease alopecia areata.
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Politics

Oil Industry's Taxes Create Odd Wedge for Alaskan Voters
By KIRK JOHNSON
Former Gov. Sarah Palin and her successor, who served as her lieutenant, have become rivals over a ballot measure to be decided on Tuesday.

Arizona Loose With Its Rules in Executions, Records Show
By FERNANDA SANTOS and JOHN SCHWARTZ
Arizona corrections officials and medical staff members routinely deviate from written rules for conducting executions, state records and court filings show.
In Wake of Indictment, Perry Defends Veto (and Criticizes Obama)
By BRIAN KNOWLTON
Gov. Rick Perry of Texas, accused of using his veto power to pressure Austin's top prosecutor to step down, said, "I would make exactly the same decision." He also said President Obama was responsible for a national erosion of the "rule of law."
Perry Calls Indictment a 'Farce'


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Business

DEALBOOK
Bank Overseer PwC Faces Penalty and Sidelining of Regulatory Consulting Unit
By BEN PROTESS and JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG
PricewaterhouseCoopers is said to have agreed to pay a $25 million fine in New York for obscuring misconduct it was supposed to unearth.
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Childhood Passion for Celebrity Still Drives the Editor of People Magazine, Jess Cagle
By CHRISTINE HAUGHNEY
For Jess Cagle, the new editor of People magazine who grew up a Hollywood-obsessed pop culture fanatic in Abilene, Tex., the goal is to turn his passion for celebrity into profits.
Kentucky Bourbon Makers See Bright Future
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The distillers have stashed away inventories of five million barrels - at a time when they could sell even more than they are producing.
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Technology

German Authors Join Protest Over Amazon's Tactics in E-Book Dispute
By MELISSA EDDY
More than 1,000 German-language authors have written an open letter deriding Amazon's practices in Europe.

DEALBOOK
In Silicon Valley, Mergers Must Meet the Toothbrush Test
By DAVID GELLES
Companies like Google, Facebook and Cisco Systems are employing unorthodox criteria - say, whether a product is used daily, like a toothbrush - to size up their deal targets, and they are handling most acquisitions internally instead of relying on Wall Street bankers.
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For Big-Data Scientists, 'Janitor Work' Is Key Hurdle to Insights
By STEVE LOHR
The analysis of giant data sets promises unique business insights, but much manual effort is still required to prepare the information for parsing.
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Sports

For Jumper, Renewed Debate Over Athletic Versus Prosthetic
By SAM BORDEN
Markus Rehm, a world-class German long jumper who uses a prosthetic blade, now finds himself in the same arena of confusion as Oscar Pistorius over how the line is drawn between able-bodied and disabled athletes.

An Agent of Change
By JOE DRAPE
At the heart of LeBron James's homecoming is a promise made 12 years ago between a teenage basketball phenomenon and a self-made businessman selling throwback jerseys out of his car.

It's a New Crown for Williams, but It's Old Hat to Federer in Ohio
By BEN ROTHENBERG
Roger Federer beat David Ferrer to win his sixth title at the Western & Southern Open, while Serena Williams finally claimed a championship that had eluded her by defeating Ana Ivanovic.
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Arts

Metropolitan Opera and Two Unions Pass Deadline for Lockout
By MICHAEL COOPER
The Met continued talking early Monday morning with the unions representing its orchestra and chorus, going past the deadline it had set of midnight Sunday.
Met's Labor Drama: The Basic Libretto



MUSIC REVIEW
United by Their Rough Edges
By JON CARAMANICA
Eminem and Rihanna, the megastars and regular collaborators, performed at MetLife Stadium on Saturday night.

Barbarians at the Art Auction Gates? Not to Worry
By LORNE MANLY and ROBIN POGREBIN
Contrary to the perception that art collectors are flipping art to make a quick profit, two analyses show that the resale pace last year was only slightly faster than it was in the mid-1990s.
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N.Y./Region

2 Killed and Dozen Are Injured as Weekend Shootings Plague New York
By J. DAVID GOODMAN
The tally of shooting victims is up more than 10 percent over last year, despite efforts to tamp down potential violence before it escalates.

THE WORKING LIFE
Despite a Turbulent Work Life, a Minister Doesn't Question Her Calling
By RACHEL L. SWARNS
The Rev. Dominique C. Atchison has served as a church minister and as a chaplain, but she has struggled to remain afloat financially, as have many in her generation called to religious life.
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SUMMER IN ...
For Clubs' Swimmers, Bronx Water's Fine, and So Is the Scum
By COREY KILGANNON
A group of private beach clubs in Throgs Neck holds a swim competition every summer. Participants race against each other, and take on the murky Eastchester Bay.
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Media & Advertising

THE MEDIA EQUATION
View of #Ferguson Thrust Michael Brown Shooting to National Attention
By DAVID CARR
In a situation hostile to traditional reporting, the crowdsourced, phone-enabled network of information that Twitter provides has proved invaluable.

ADVERTISING
Edelman P.R. Firm Acts to Correct Faux Pas
By STUART ELLIOTT
"We will treat ourselves like we treat a client," said Ben Boyd, an executive at Edelman, adding, "Just because you advise clients on the complexities of today's world, that doesn't mean they're easier to manage."
News From the Advertising Industry



'The Expendables 3' Fumbles Its Mission
By BROOKS BARNES
"The Expendables 3" appeared to take in a disappointing $16.2 million at North American theaters, and prerelease piracy of the film did not fully explain its poor performance.
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Obituaries

Sophie Masloff, Ex-Mayor of Pittsburgh, Dies at 96
By ROBERT D. McFADDEN
She was named interim mayor in 1988, succeeding the popular Mayor Richard S. Caliguiri, who died of a rare blood disorder before the end of his third term.

Jay Adams, Who Changed Skateboarding Into Something Radical, Dies at 53
By CONOR DOUGHERTY
Adams, who started surfing at age 4, joined a group of skateboarders who transformed what had been a childish activity by infusing it with aggression and attitude.
An Appraisal: In Empty Pools, Sport's Pioneer Found a Way to Make a Splash


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Editorials
EDITORIAL
Europe's Recurring Malaise
By THE EDITORIAL BOARD
Misguided European Union policies are impeding further economic recovery.
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Op-Ed

OP-ED | JENNIFER FINNEY BOYLAN
My Life in Bicycles
By JENNIFER FINNEY BOYLAN
I prefer exercising at least two miles away from any other human being, but some day I will have to give up biking alone.

OP-ED COLUMNIST
Frustration in Ferguson
By CHARLES M. BLOW
Beneath the protests over the killing of Michael Brown are deep layers of injustice.
Columnist Page



OP-ED COLUMNIST
Why We Fight Wars
By PAUL KRUGMAN
Conquest doesn't pay, but political leaders don't seem to care.
Columnist Page


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On Aug. 18, 1963, James Meredith became the first black to graduate from the University of Mississippi.
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A Terror Trial Comes to Brooklyn

Good morning on this reasonably cool Monday.
In a courtroom in Brooklyn today, jurors will hear witnesses describe violence that took place thousands of miles away, more than a decade ago:
Two suicide bombings in Israel, outside a Tel Aviv disco in 2001 and on a bus in Jerusalem in 2003.
It's part of a civil trial accusing one of the biggest banks in the Middle East, Arab Bank, of knowingly handling money for terrorists linked to Hamas.
Stephanie Clifford, The Times's reporter covering the trial in U.S. District Court, told us, "It's pretty unusual to have plaintiffs who are victims of terror attacks in another country trying to get sort of recompense for it here."
Arab Bank can be tried in New York because several people injured were from here and because the bank does business here.
The suit, filed in 2004 and delayed by politics and complexity, has yielded the first civil trial against a bank under the Anti-Terrorism Act.
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News

2 Killed and Dozen Are Injured as Weekend Shootings Plague New York
By J. DAVID GOODMAN
The tally of shooting victims is up more than 10 percent over last year, despite efforts to tamp down potential violence before it escalates.

Metropolitan Opera and Two Unions Reach a Tentative Deal
By MICHAEL COOPER
The opera house called off its threat to lock out its workers a little more than a month before its new season is set to open.
Met's Labor Drama: The Basic Libretto



Comptroller's Report Criticizes New York's Tree-Pruning Program
By BENJAMIN MUELLER
A comptroller's audit finds the parks department's street-tree pruning effort to be plagued by haphazard planning and lax oversight, raising safety concerns.

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Features

On Williamsburg Corner, Keeper of a Toy Gorilla, and Old Brooklyn
By VIVIAN YEE
A local folk artist tends to Coco, a life-size stuffed ape, on an undeveloped property worth an estimated $8 million in the rapidly developing neighborhood.

Columnist

THE WORKING LIFE
Despite a Turbulent Work Life, a Minister Doesn't Question Her Calling
By RACHEL L. SWARNS
The Rev. Dominique C. Atchison has served as a church minister and as a chaplain, but she has struggled to remain afloat financially, as have many in her generation called to religious life.
More Working Life Columns



Sports

YANKEES 4, RAYS 2
Thanks to Pitchers, Yankees Finish Trip on an Upbeat Note
By DAVID WALDSTEIN
Hiroki Kuroda had one of his most impressive starts in weeks, allowing two runs and four hits over six and two-thirds innings and setting down 17 batters in a row in one stretch.

CUBS 2, METS 1
Encouraged by Defeat, Mets Stay Positive as Rookie Throws Aggressively
By JORGE ARANGURE Jr.
In what was probably his last start before a return to the minors, Rafael Montero allowed one run in seven and a third innings, the longest outing of his career.

Preseason Wind-Down? Not for a Giants Offense That Needs a Lot of Work
By BILL PENNINGTON
Coach Tom Coughlin threatened to play his starting offense, which is trying to learn the West Coast system, in each of the remaining preseason games out of necessity - or alarm.
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Multimedia

VIDEO: Vows | Celebrity Stylists Wed on the Fly
Ted Gibson and Jason Backe, celebrity hairstylists who run Ted Gibson Beauty together, married "flash mob" style in a Manhattan park.
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Arts

MUSIC REVIEW
United by Their Rough Edges
By JON CARAMANICA
Eminem and Rihanna, the megastars and regular collaborators, performed at MetLife Stadium on Saturday night.

DANCE REVIEW
Eclipsing a Fast-Food Clown With Beats and Break-Dancing
By BRIAN SEIBERT
Eight hip-hop dance crews competed in the McDonald's B-Boy Royale on Saturday, most of them comprising Asian-American performers.

Barbarians at the Art Auction Gates? Not to Worry
By LORNE MANLY and ROBIN POGREBIN
Contrary to the perception that art collectors are flipping art to make a quick profit, two analyses show that the resale pace last year was only slightly faster than it was in the mid-1990s.
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Today's Headlines: Troops in Iraq Rout Sunni Militants From a Key Dam
Today's Headlines Tuesday, August 19, 2014


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Top News

Troops in Iraq Rout Sunni Militants From a Key Dam
By HELENE COOPER, MARK LANDLER and AZAM AHMED
Kurdish and Iraqi forces took control of the main dam compound, but fighting continued at the site of a separate dam, officials said.

Missouri Tries Another Idea: Call In National Guard
By MONICA DAVEY, JOHN ELIGON and ALAN BLINDER
In the days since a teenager was shot to death in Ferguson, Mo., an array of state and local law enforcement authorities have swerved from one approach to another.
Timeline: Tension in Ferguson

Photographs: Week of Outcry and Confrontation in Ferguson



DARU JOURNAL
Surviving Ebola, but Untouchable Back Home
By ADAM NOSSITER
As some survivors come back to the world of the living, they feel a chill of wariness, or worse, from neighbors.
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Editors' Picks

U.S.
Cities Rocked by Past Unrest Offer Lessons in What, and What Not, to Do
By MICHAEL WINES and ERICA GOODE
In a volatile situation in Ferguson, Mo., none of the approaches tried by officials so far have stemmed anger on the streets.

OPINION | OP-ED | ARTHUR C. BROOKS
Breaking Out of the Party Box
By ARTHUR C. BROOKS
Politicians who throw out the rigid script will be more successful.

QUOTATION OF THE DAY
"For him, eating his spinach is schmoozing with elected officials. This is not something that he loves."
SENATOR CLAIRE MCCASKILL, Democrat of Missouri, on President Obama, who some see as being distant from his own party on Capitol Hill.


Today's Video

VIDEO: One Family Faces the Immigration Debate
With comprehensive immigration reform on hold in Congress, Nancy Paredo's family is waiting on a promise from President Obama to take executive action. Here's a look at some steps he might take.

VIDEO: In Performance | Gunn and Magnussen
Anna Gunn and Billy Magnussen in a scene from the Laura Eason play "Sex With Strangers," about a female novelist and her relationship with a young blogger. The show is at Second Stage Theater.
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World

Rebels Killed Dozens in Attack on Refugees, Ukraine Says
By ANDREW E. KRAMER, ANDREW HIGGINS and DAVID M. HERSZENHORN
Ukraine on Monday accused separatists fighters of firing on a caravan of cars carrying refugees, but rebel leaders denied there had been any attack.

Saudi Is Robbed in Paris, Quickly and Efficiently
By DAN BILEFSKY
Eight armed men attacked a convoy as it was heading to Le Bourget airport north of Paris, taking about $335,000 in cash and sensitive diplomatic documents from the Saudi Embassy.

In China, Myths of Social Cohesion
By ANDREW JACOBS
China's Communist Party has devoted enormous resources to composing historical narratives, like that of the Fragrant Concubine, that seek to legitimize its rule.
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U.S.

On Books Since 1988, Ohio River Dam Project Keeps Rolling Along
By KEITH SCHNEIDER
The $3 billion Olmsted Locks and Dam project, expected to be finished in 2020, is seen as too big to fail.

Los Angeles to Reduce Arrest Rate in Schools
By JENNIFER MEDINA
New policies with the aim of keeping students out of the court system will end citations for minor offenses like fighting or defacing school property.

Calling for Calm in Ferguson, Obama Cites Need for Improved Race Relations
By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS
President Obama made clear that he was not issuing a blanket indictment of either the protesting crowds or the law enforcement officers responding to the demonstrations.
Obama Administration Plans Autopsy of Michael Brown in Effort to Keep Peace


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Politics

Obama Is Seen as Frustrating His Own Party
By CARL HULSE, JEREMY W. PETERS and MICHAEL D. SHEAR
President Obama appears remarkably distant from his own party on Capitol Hill, Democrats there say, leaving him with few loyalists as issues erupt abroad and at home.

Behind Closed Doors, Obama Crafts Executive Actions
By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS
As President Obama increasingly turns to unilateral action to achieve policy goals, activists and businesses are coming forward with their wish lists and making their case out of public view.
Video: One Family Faces the Immigration Debate



Aide Describes Staff Revolt Against Former Virginia Governor's Wife
By JONATHAN WEISMAN and KEN MAGUIRE
Virginia's former secretary of the commonwealth, Janet Vestal Kelly, detailed the strains that "ruined" her relationship with Maureen McDonnell, the wife of former Gov. Bob McDonnell.
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Business

DEALBOOK
PwC Settles With New York Regulator for $25 Million
By BEN PROTESS
The fine is tied to a review PricewaterhouseCoopers did in 2007 for the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ of its transactions with Iran and other countries under sanctions.
Overseer of Banks Facing a Penalty Over Objectivity

PricewaterhouseCoopers' Report, Before and After



E-Bike Sales Are Surging in Europe
By DANNY HAKIM
Although the United States has yet to significantly embrace e-bikes, they are catching on in countries that already have a strong bicycle culture.

DEALBOOK
Rival Bids for Family Dollar Stores as Retailers Fight to Sell to Working Poor
By MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED and NELSON D. SCHWARTZ
Dollar General offered to buy Family Dollar Stores for $8.9 billion, hoping to break up its fellow deep-discount retailer Family Tree's agreed-upon $8.5 billion merger with Family Dollar.
Merger Competition Among Dollar Stores Lifts Wall Street


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Technology

BITS BLOG
Hack of Community Health Systems Affects 4.5 Million Patients
By NICOLE PERLROTH
On Monday, a hospital network said personal data for 4.5 million patients had been stolen in a cyberattack by a group based in China.

DEALBOOK
Bitcoin's Price Falls 12%, to Lowest Value Since May
By SYDNEY EMBER
Bitcoin's price has been noticeably falling in recent weeks after a period of relative stability, though those who trade in the virtual currency say the drop is par for the course.
BITS BLOG
Computer Eyesight Gets a Lot More Accurate
By JOHN MARKOFF
Machines still can't see and identify objects as well as humans, but researchers participating in a contest say error rates have been cut in half over the last year.
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Sports

Tennis Weighs Whether to Bring On the Noise
By BEN ROTHENBERG
The U.S. Open stands out in tennis for the raucousness of its crowds and many top players say their experience at the event makes them willing to consider abandoning the sport's tradition of muting spectators.

With Nadal Out, Mystery Rules Men's Field at U.S. Open
By LYNN ZINSER
The absence of Rafael Nadal, combined with the rest of tennis's so-called Big Four heading in various competitive directions, adds some intrigue to the tournament, which starts next week.

A Group Lifts Paraclimbers to Higher Goals
By JEFF DiNUNZIO
The Adaptive Climbing Group, the brainchild of Kareemah Batts, of Brooklyn, is helping paraclimbers, some of whom have been training for the world championships in Spain next month.
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Arts

In Surprise Finale at Metropolitan Opera's Labor Talks, Both Sides Agree to Cuts
By MICHAEL COOPER
The deal had compromises from both sides, with the unions agreeing to their first pay cut in decades and management abandoning its toughest demands and agreeing to make significant reductions of its own.

THEATER REVIEW | 'THE GREAT SOCIETY'
Flawed President Who Dared to Dream
By CHARLES ISHERWOOD
"The Great Society," at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, is the second installment in Robert Schenkkan's Lyndon B. Johnson saga.

Judge Clears Way for Corcoran Takeover
By RANDY KENNEDY
A judge ruled that the Corcoran Gallery of Art could merge with the National Gallery of Art and George Washington University, saying the alternative would probably be its dissolution.
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N.Y./Region

In Five Years, a Federal Prosecutor Has Taken On Terrorism, Corruption and Cuomo
By BENJAMIN WEISER and BEN PROTESS
During his tenure as the United States attorney in Manhattan, Preet Bharara has embraced the media spotlight while fighting attempts to politicize justice.

Man Who Helped Long Island Counselor to Kill Himself Makes Plea Deal, Lawyer Says
By JAMES C. McKINLEY Jr.
Kenneth Minor is expected to plead guilty to first-degree manslaughter for helping Jeffrey Locker, a motivational speaker, commit suicide in 2009.

THE APPRAISAL
Easy on the Environment, but Not Necessarily the Eyes
By MATT A. V CHABAN
Thomas Paino planned an environmentally friendly interior for his Queens rowhouse, but then embraced a bold design for its exterior, which has prompted vigorous debate.
More Appraisal Columns


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Science

A World of Creatures That Hide in the Open
By KENNETH CHANG
In the ocean, fish can be defenseless without some ingenious strategies. Some can make themselves transparent; others do it with mirrors.
Slide Show: Marine Life You Can See Through



Legal Marijuana for Parents, but Not Their Kids
By TARA PARKER-POPE
Antidrug advocates say efforts to legalize marijuana have created new challenges as they work to educate teenagers and their parents about the unique risks that alcohol, marijuana and other drugs pose to the developing teenage brain.

A CONVERSATION WITH
A Lemur Rescue Mission in Madagascar
By CLAUDIA DREIFUS
Patricia C. Wright, who has long been a leader in the effort to prevent what she calls a "lemur holocaust", tells of her fascination with the animals and how they can be saved.
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Obituaries

Jim Jeffords, Who Altered Power in Senate, Dies at 80
By BRUCE WEBER
Once a Republican who supported abortion rights, gay rights and the National Endowment for the Arts, Senator Jeffords shook up the political landscape when he left the party in 2001.

Jerry Lumpe, Who Played in Two World Series With Yankees, Dies at 81
By RICHARD GOLDSTEIN
Lumpe, who was signed by the same scout who signed Mickey Mantle, made his Yankee debut in 1956 and went on to be an All-Star second baseman for the Tigers.
For more obituaries, go to NYTimes.com/Obituaries »

Editorials
TODAY'S EDITORIALS
It's Time to Overhaul Clemency
By THE EDITORIAL BOARD
Judging by the numbers so far, President Obama is the least merciful president in modern history. The federal pardon policy needs to be more transparent and applied more frequently.
New Threats to Democracy in Turkey

Is Gov. Perry's Bad Judgment Really a Crime?


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Op-Ed

OP-ED COLUMNIST
The Trouble With Tenure
By FRANK BRUNI
Teacher job protections are being challenged, and a lawmaker and former school principal explains why that's good.
Columnist Page



OP-ED COLUMNIST
Ambivalence About America
By ROGER COHEN
Even as Europeans rage at the United States, they love its products.
Columnist Page



OP-DOCS
'Who Speaks Wukchumni?'
By EMMANUEL VAUGHAN-LEE
This short documentary profiles the last fluent speaker of Wukchumni, a Native American language, and her creation of a comprehensive dictionary.
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ON THIS DAY
On Aug. 19, 1934, a plebiscite in Germany approved the vesting of sole executive power in Adolf Hitler as Fuhrer.
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  • 2 days ago via site
  • 89

CHRONOLOGICAL BACKGROUND AND BESIDE Cindy META-PHYSICAL- (21-07 -2014)
1- .MOVED THE (ERROR) FOR THE SPACE OF THE CO-ORDERLY #13.
2- 2- .MOVED ON 13 FOR THE SPACE OF THE CO- CO-ORDERLY #12.
3- 3- .MOVED ON 14 FOR THE SPACE OF 1½ (ERROR ).
4- 4- .PHOTO BACKGROUND = BEACH SAN RAFAEL,BARAHONA, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.
5- 5- .PHOTO LEFT SIDE TABLE: Calle Padre Billini,( WEST-EAST) -COLONIAL ZONE,DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.
6- 6- .PHOTO RIGHT SIDE TABLE: L ATARAZANA Street (east-west) -COLONIAL ZONE,DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.
7- 7- . -META-PHYSICAL: YOU MUST HAVE THE CONCLUSIVE AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE TO ITS SPACE IN THE BOX.


9- http://www.angelfire.com/ar2/obramaurydigital/index.html
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=679441695478493&set=pcb.679441862145143&type=1&theater

  • 35 days ago via site
  • 86

SUSTITUYO CON BLANCO Y NEGRO ORIGINAL EN IMAGEN 3 (DERECHA/PREMIACION POLLITO ORTEGA.)
PREMIACION CATEGORIA DE 75 KILOGRAMOS DONDE EL PESISTA DOMINICANO RAFAEL (POLLITO) ORTEGA OBTUVO MEDALLA DE BRONCE EN EL XXX11 MUDIAL Y XXIII PANAMERICANO DE LEVANTAMIENTO DE PESAS CELEBRADO EN GETTYSBURG,PA.EUA(FOTO:MAX LUGO B (SEDEFIR)
http://www.angelfire.com/planet/window1patrono/WindoWHalf/PesaS/ParcelaGrafica4.htm

  • 42 days ago via site
  • 86

CHRONOLOGICAL BACKGROUND AND BESIDE Cindy META-PHYSICAL- (13-07 -2014)
1- .MOVED ON 13 FOR THE LOCATION OF THE 14.
2- 2- .MOVED ON 12 FOR THE LOCATION OF THE ½ ( ERROR).
3- 3- .MOVED THE ½ ( ERROR )- FOR THE LOCATION OF THE 12.
4- 4- .BACKGROUND: CONTINUOUS SAME IMAGE.
5- 5- .LEFT SIDE TABLE: CONTINUES THE SAME IMAGE.
6- 6- .RIGHT SIDE TABLE: CONTINUES: THE SAME IMAGE.
7- 7- .META-PHYSICAL:= IF MOVISTES THE ½ MOVISTES BOX TO THE TARGET RANGE OF 1.1/2
8- http://www.angelfire.com/ar2/obramaurydigital/index.html

  • 45 days ago via site
  • 92

CHRONOLOGICAL BACKGROUND AND BESIDE Cindy META-PHYSICAL- (11-07 -2014)
1- ..IN THE LOCATION OF THE 12 WAS PLACED THE CO/OR #13.
2- 2- .IN THE LOCATION OF THE CO/OR PLACED THE CO/OR #14.
3- 3- .IN THE LOCATION OF THE CO/OR PLACED THE CO/O#12.
4- 4- .CO/TIDY = DOES NOT MOVE.
5- 5- .IN THE BOX ON THE LEFT SIDE: 27 PUDDLES OF DAMAJAGUA-REGION NORTH OF THE ISLAND AND/OR PUERTO PLATA .( DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.)
6- IN THE BOX ON THE RIGHT-HAND SIDE: Cayo Levantado,SAMANA. (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC).
7- IN THE BACKGROUND Cindy: ALLEY OF REGINA,COLONIAL ZONE.( DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.)
8- Legend:CO/OR 0 CO ORDERED
http://www.angelfire.com/ar2/obramaurydigital/index.html
27 CHARCOS
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10203387552363077&set=p.10203387552363077&type=1&theater
CAYO LEVANTADO
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10203387553923116&set=p.10203387553923116&type=1&theater
CALLEJON DE REGINA
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10203387567363452&set=p.10203387567363452&type=1&theater


  • 46 days ago via site
  • 71

CHRONOLOGICAL BACKGROUND AND BESIDE Cindy META-PHYSICAL- (10-07 -2014)
1- .MOVED THE 14 WHERE IS THE 12-14 IS ALSO = A BEAUTY-LOCATION AND COMMAND.
2-
3- http://www.angelfire.com/ar2/obramaurydigital/CuadroDMando/ORGANIGRAMAOBRAMAURY.htm
4-
5- 2- .THE 12 MOVED WHERE IS 13-12 ALSO IS = TO cohesion-DAY OF ITS FALL IN COMBAT.
6- http://www.angelfire.com/on4/amaury/SubRedCuadrodMando/LETRA_OBRAMAURY_MUN2.htm
7-
8- 3- .THE 13 MOVED WHERE IS 14-14 IS ALSO EQUAL TO FRAGRANCE AND DAY OF YOUR BIRTH
9- http://www.angelfire.com/on4/amaury/SubRedCuadrodMando/LETRAPRINCIPIO12.htm
10-
11- 4 - . (1/2)= DOES NOT MOVE FROM ITS CENTER.
http://www.angelfire.com/on4/amaury/SubRedCuadrodMando/LETRACUADRODEMANDOARTISTICO-MEDIO.htm
12-
13- .BACKGROUND Cindy:BEACH BLUFF OUT-NOR-THIS ( DOMINICAN REPUBLIC )
14- 6- .BESIDE LEFT BOX:STEP BONDAGE AND/OR ALLEY AT THE CATEDRAL PRIMADA
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15-
16- DE AMERICA-THEME: COLONIAL IRON DOOR- (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC)
17- 7- .BESIDE TABLE RIGHT:STEP BONDAGE AND/OR ALLEY ALA CATEDRAL PRIMADA DE AMERICA-TOPIC:LANTERNS AND COLONIAL-style DOOR- (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC)
http://www.angelfire.com/ct2/talleres/7palmeras/OA_PRESENTA_ROSTROS_7_PALMERAS_D_1_Y_FIFITA_FROMETA.htm
18-
19- 8- .Cindy EXCUSAME BY DOES NOT TELL YOU: ( = MINISTER OF TOURISM IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC + ISLAND TRANSIT AND PRE-CANDIDATE FOR THE PRESIDENCY OF THE REPUBLIC IN THE YEAR 2016 GRADUATE(X2) FRANCISCO JAVIER GARCIA F.
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  • 48 days ago via site
  • 72

1-.GUARDANDO MEMORIA DIGITAL EN EL HIPOCAMPO DE PALMERA
2-.SAVING DIGITAL MEMORY IN THE Hippocampus OF PALMERA
3-.ECONOMIZANDO MEMÓRIA DIGITAL no hipocampo de PALMERA
4-.Speichern digitaler SPEICHER im Hippocampus VON palmera
5-.Enregistrez mémoire numérique le HIPOCAMPO de palmier
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http://www.angelfire.com/ct2/talleres/7palmeras/OA_PRESENTA_ROSTROS_7_PALMERAS_D_1_Y_FIFITA_FROMETA.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM

  • 126 days ago via site
  • 605

(1)-. Patricia Hartmann-(2)-. Kate Moss-3-.VERONICA WEB-4-.DANA DOUGLAS
BUZON#01,374-96-(A)-(B)-(C)-(D)-POSTE DE CORRIENTE 12 DE ENERO #S (1)-1,606-(2)-1,607-(3)1,608-849-1,605-COLORES:ARCOS IRIS (TRANSPARENCIAS)(1)(2)(3)(4)-FECHAS CRONOLOGICAS:06-02-1996-(1)-(2)-(3)-(4)-FECHA DESIGNACION:10-12-1992-(1)-(2)-(3)-(4)-#s(292)-(1)-(2)-(3)-(4)-/(292/301)-(19-(2)-(3)-(4)-01,403-90-96-01,353-1996-(1)-(2)-(3)-(4)-CANCIONES#s 01,406-90-96-(1)-(2)-(3)-(4)-Mi tierra /x/ g.e. (1)-(2)-(3)-(4)-EDICION ESTRELLA:21-2,00,2-(LIDER INDIGENISTA-CAIDA REVOLUCIONARIA MUNDO)-(1)-(2)-(3)-(4). (1)-. Patricia Hartmann-(2)-. Kate Moss-3-.VERONICA WEB-4-.DANA DOUGLAS
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red212.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM

(BON JOVI)
BUZON0#0337-90-POSTE DE CORRIENTE 12 DE NERO#548-COLOR:VERDE-FECHA CRONOLOGICA:14-10-1990-FECHA DESIGNACION:27-11-1989-#(11/27)-0365-90-0313-90-CANCION#0365-90-0313-90-(AREITO/AFRICANO)-EDICION ESTRELLA MUND D:ENERO SIEMBRA. (BON JOVI)
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red213.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM

(STEVE WINWOOD)
BUZON#0291-90-POSTE DE CORRIENTE 12 DE ENERO #502-COLOR:CYAN-FECHA CRONOLOGICA:12-08-1990-FECHA DESIGNACION:13-10-1989-#(11/15)-0320-90-0267-90-CANCION#0320-90-0267-90-( LA RAZON/PRINCIPIO 12)-EDICION ESTRELLA MUNDO D: ENERO SIEMBRA (STEVE WINWOOD)
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red214.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM

(MARIA DEL CARMEN HERNANDEZ)
BUZON#01,384-90-96-POSTE DE CORRIENTE 12 DE ENERO #1.618-COLOR: VERDE (TRANSPARENCIAS)-FECHA CRONOLOGICA:18-02-199-(*)-FECHA DESIGNACION:20-12-1992-#(301)/(301/310)-01,416-90-01,363-96-CANCION#01,416-90-01,363-96-(PRESTAMO DE AMOR/X/M.H)-EDICION ESTRELLA:21-2,00,2-(LIDER INDIGENISTA/CIDA REVOLUCIONARIA MUNDO ) (MARIA DEL CARMEN HERNANDEZ)
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red215.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM

(LOU REED)
BUZON#0437-91-POSTE DE CORRIENTE 12 DE ENERO #649-COLOR:MAGENTA-FECHA CRONOLOGICA:27-01-1991(*)-FECHA DESIGNACION:10-03-1990-(*)-#(11/71)-0466-91-0414-91-CANCION#0466-91-0414-91-(AREITO/AFRICANO)-EDICION ESTRELLA MUNDO D: ENERO SIEMBRA. (LOU REED)
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red216.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM

(LUCHY VICIOSO)
BUZON#0102-89-POSTE DE CORRIENTE 12 DE ENERO#315-COLOR:ROJO-FECHA CRONOLOGICA:17-12-1989-FECHA DESIGNACION:08-04-1989-#(7)-(14/9)-©-0131-89-079-89-CANCION#131-89-079-89-EDICION ESTRELLA MUNDO : ENERO SIEMBRA. (LUCHY VICIOSO)
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red217.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM

(GRUPO HEART)
BUZON#052-89-POSTE DE CORRIENTE 12 DE ENERO#266-COLOR:VERDE-FECHA CRONOLOGICA:23-09-1987-FECHA DESIGNACION#29-01-1989-#(5/3)-(5)-081-89-029-89-CANCION#081-89-029-89-EDICION ESTRELLA MUNDO : ENERO SIEMBRA. (GRUPO HEART)
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red218.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM

(MARIBEL LAZALA)
BUZON#0217-90-POSTE DE CORRIENTE 12 DE ENERO #429-ARCO IRIS (TRANSPARENCIAS)-FECHA CRONOLOGIA:04-05-1990-FECHA DESIGNACION;31-07-1989-#(94)/(12/94)-0246-90-0193-90-CANCION#0426-90-0193-90-( DINAMARCA )-EDICION ESTRELLA MUNDO D.ENERO SIEMBRA. (MARIBEL LAZALA)
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red219.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM

(MIRIAM BELLO)
BUZON#234-90-POSTE DE CORRIENTE 12 DE ENERO#445-COLOR:MAGENTA- (TRANSPARENCIAS9--FECHA CRONOLOGICA:20-05-1990-FECH DESIGNACION:16-08-1990-(*)-#(110)/(12/110)-0262-90-0209-90-CANCION#0262-90-0209-90-( LUXEMBURGO)-EDICION ESTRELLA MUNDO D: ENERO SIEMBRA. (MIRIAM BELLO)
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red220.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM

(LIDIA ARIZA)
BUZON#0255-90-POSTE DE CORRIENTE 12 DE NERO#465-COLOR:ARCO IRIS-(TRANSPARENCIAS)-FECHA CRONOLOGICA:10-06-1990-FECHA DESIGNACION:05-09-1989-#(40)/(40/32)-0282-90-0229-90-CANCION#0282-90-0229-90-( ISLAS SAMOA ) (LIDIA ARIZA)
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red221.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM
SADE
BUZON#0544-91-POSTE DE CORRIENTE 12 DE ENERO#756-COLOR: NEGRO-(TRANSPARENCIAS)-FECHA CRONOLOGICA:09-06-1991-FECHA DESIGNACION:14-07-1990(*)-#(74)/(74/65)-0574-91-0521-91-CANCION#0574-91-0521-91-(AREITOS/AFRICANOS).-EDICION ESTRELLA MUNDO D: ENERO SIEMBRA.
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red222.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM
EL GRAN COMBO
BUZON#01.238-95-POSTE DE CORRIENTE 12 DE ENERO#1,451-COLOR: ROJO – (TRANSPARENCIAS)-FECHA CRONOLOGICA:15-06-1995-FECHA DESIGNACION:27-07-1992-#(C/A 11)/(11/430)-01,269-90-95-01,216-95-CANCION#01,269-90-95-01,216-95-(PRESTAMO DE AMOR)/X/M.H).-EDICION ESTRELLA MUNDO: 21-2,00,1-LIDER INDIGENISTA/CAIDA REVOLUCIONARIA).
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red223.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM
RAY CHARLES
BUZON#0613-92-POSTE DE CORRIENTE 12 DE ENERO#823-COLOR:ROJOTRANSPARENCIAS)-FECHA CRONOLOGICA:08-01-1992-FECHA DESIGNACION:21-09-1990-#(11)/(11/176)-0643-92-0590-92-CANCION#0643-92-0590-92-( MUSCANDO AMERICA)(X)(DR.RB.).-EDICION ESTRELLA MUNDO D:ENERO SIEMBRA.
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red224.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM


GLADYS KNIGHT
BUZON#059-89-POSTE DE CORRIENTE 12 DE ENRO#273-COLOR:VERDE-(TRANSPARENCIAS)-FECHA CRONOLOGICA:30-09-89-FECHA DESIGNACION:05-02-1989-#(2/6)-(2)-088-89-036-89-CANCION #088-89-036-89-(G.E.)-EDICION ESTRELLA MUNDO D: ENERO SIEMBRA.
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red225.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM
ALICIA KEYS
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red226.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM
ALICIA KEYS.
BUZON#042-90- POSSTE DE CORRIENTE 12 DE NERO#462-COLOR:MAGENTA –(TRANSPARENCIAS)-FECHA CRONOLOGICA:07-06-1990-(**)-FECHA DESIGNACION:02-09-1989-#(37)-(37/29)-.279-90-0226-90-CANCION#0279-90-0226-90- (ST.LUCIA ).-EDICION ESTRELLA MUNDO D: ENERO SIEMBRA.
MAILBOX# 042-90- CURRENT POSSTE 12 NERO# 462-color:MAGENTA - (transparencies) -DATE CRONOLOGICA:07-06-1990-( ** ) -DATE DESIGNATION:02-09-1989 - # (37) - (37/29) -.279-90 -0226-90-SONG# 0279-90 -0226-90- (ST.LUCIA ) . -EDITION STAR WORLD D: JANUARY planting.
CAIXA POSTAL Nº 042-90- ATUAL POSSTE 12 NERO nº 462-cor: MAGENTA - (transparências) -DATA CRONOLOGICA:07-06 -1990-( ** ) -DATA DESIGNAÇÃO:02-09- 1989 - # (37 º) - (37/29) -.279-90 -0226-90-CANÇÃO Nº 0279-90 -0226-90- (ST. LUCIA ) . -EDIÇÃO STAR MUNDO D: JANEIRO plantação.
CAIXA POSTAL Nº 042-90- ATUAL POSSTE 12 NERO nº 462-cor: MAGENTA - (transparências) -DATA CRONOLOGICA:07-06 -1990-( ** ) -DATA DESIGNAÇÃO:02-09- 1989 - # (37 º) - (37/29) -.279-90 -0226-90-CANÇÃO Nº 0279-90 -0226-90- (ST. LUCIA ) . -EDIÇÃO STAR MUNDO D: JANEIRO plantação.
POSTFACH Nr. 042-90- AKTUELLE POSSTE 12 NERO# 462-Farbe:MAGENTA - (Folien) -DATUM CRONOLOGICA:07-06 -1990-( ** ) -DATUM BEZEICHNUNG:02-09-1989 - # (37) - (37/29) -.279-90 -0226-90-Song Nr. 0279-90 -0226-90- (ST.LUCIA ) . -EDITION STAR WORLD D: Januar anpflanzen.
BUZON#042-90- POSSTE DE COURANT 12 NERO#462-couleur:magenta –(transparents)-date CHRONOLOGIQUE:07-06-1990-(**)-date DESIGNATION:02-09-1989-#(37)-(37/29)-.279-90-0226-90-MORCEAU#0279-90-0226-90- (ST.Lucia ).-édition étoile monde D: janvier semence.
CUCO VALOY-(he is the root of the caribbean son (g).
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red227.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM
Barbra Streisand
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red228.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM

Miley Cyrus
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red229.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM
Paulina Rubio
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red230.htm
Nahiony Reyes
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red231.htm

http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM
Taylor Swift
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red232.htm

Thalia
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red233.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM
Katy Perry
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red234.htm
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/RED1.HTM

Rolling Stone
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red235.htm
REVISTA BILLBOARD
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red236.htm
Gato Barbieri Europa
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red237.htm
Jane Fonda
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red238.htm
Mariah Carey
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red239.htm
Julia Roberts
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red240.htm
Goldie Hawn
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red241.htm
Rihanna
http://www.angelfire.com/ab3/palmeros/red/red242.htm

  • 169 days ago via site
  • 186

Campaña:
"Los Olvidados" Ayúdanos, colaborá con La Palangana!!!
Poder Ciudadano ha lanzado una campaña para reunir fondos con el objetivo de ayudar a los vecinos y vecinas del barrio de La Palangana, en La Matanza, Provincia de Buenos Aires. Necesitamos tu ayuda!
¿Qué es lo que está pasando?
En el barrio de La Palangana, la falta de infraestructura pública implica que más de 11.000 ciudadanos vivan constantemente inundados por el agua contaminada. Estas aguas residuales están causando enfermedades y muerte de cientos de niños de la comunidad.
Si logramos que el gobierno nos escuche y lleve a cabo las obras públicas pendientes para proporcionar el saneamiento básico del barrio podremos salvar estas vidas. Poder Ciudadano está recaudando fondos para que esto suceda
¿Por qué necesitamos de tu ayuda?
Para detener esta terrible situación necesitamos empoderar a la comunidad para que los vecinos y vecinas se unan, conozcan sus derechos, expresen sus ideas, y logren hacer oír su voz en el gobierno.
A través del centro ALAC (Asesoría Legal y Acción Ciudadana) Poder Cuidadano proporciona ayuda gratuita a miles de personas en todo el país, apoyando a las víctimas y testigos de la corrupción, y fomentando el ejercicio pleno de los Derechos Humanos.
En el barrio, ya hemos ayudado a más de 100 personas con casos específicos, pero necesitamos apoyo financiero para mejorar y potenciar nuestra ayuda y continuar con este trabajo, y resolver la crisis del saneamiento de una vez por todas.
Tu dinero se invertirá directamente en los viajes, costos legales y recursos necesarios para capacitar a la gente de La Palangana.
El Impacto
Con $ 5.300 seremos capaces de:
▪ Dar asesoría legal gratuita a la comunidad – que no sería capaz de acceder a esta ayuda de otro modo.
▪ Brindar capacitaciones explicando cuáles son sus derechos, y cómo se puede acceder mejor a los mismos.
▪ Recoger y registrar las quejas de los ciudadanos, para que sus voces sean escuchadas. Presentar los casos específicos que no tiene en cuenta el gobierno.
▪ Organizar una petición de la comunidad para mejorar el problema de las aguas residuales, recolectando y presentando firmas para exigir un cambio al gobierno local y provincial.
Tu apoyo puede significar que este año, 11.000 personas hagan oír su voz y aseguren un mejor futuro para su comunidad
Cualquier donación es valiosa. Si no puedes contribuir con dinero, eso no significa que no puedas colaborar! Por favor, ayúdanos compartiendo esta campaña con tus amigos/as!

  • 181 days ago via site
  • 123

#PLALYLIST 16-A-23-02-2014 0-TWITTER- 1-FACEBOOK: DR VICTORIA BOURGET FROMETA 2- FACEBOOK: NOHIVO lugo. 3- FACEBOOK : ateliers existant PALMEROS. By:ateliers existant Palmeros bureaucratiques artistique pour ½ d:1. http://www.angelfire.com/ar2/obramaurydigital/index.html
01-+2NNA.
Madonna - The MDNA Tour Live São Paulo 04/12/2012 - Full Concert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUhKtcg6h4U
1-CHER
cher LIVE IN CONCERT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8aH7iLegP0
2-ALICIA KEYS
Alicia Keys Paris Bercy 06/25/13 HD
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cicX6pXOI6U
3-MILEY CYRUS
Miley Cyrus - Wonder World Tour Live at the O2 London
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTBVpdPlrlY
4-.KYLIE MINOGUE
Kylie Minogue - Live In Manchester DVD 2002 - Full Concert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUPeJTs3JXw
5-RIHANNA
Rihanna 777 Tour Live from London ~*FullConcert*~
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bha9tQphHqA
6-TAYLOR SWIFT
Taylor Swift - Best Of Taylor 2012 - Live In Concert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5DvCYHl8ew
7-KATY PERRY.
Katy Perry - iHeartRadio Music Festival 2013 (Full Concert HD)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdoJR4kKQOQ
8-AVRIL LAVIGNE
Avril Lavigne - Highline Ballroom - Full concert 03/12/2013
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u16UmiJDhnY

  • 193 days ago via site
  • 219

#PLALYLIST-A-23-02-2014 0-TWITTER - 1-FACEBOOK: DR. VICTORIA Bourget FRÓMETA 2- FACEBOOK: NOHIVO LUGO. 3- FACEBOOK: WORKSHOPS LOGISTISCHE Klöppel. Von:Workshops Logistik Präsidium Künstlerische Klöppel für ½ d:1 http://www.angelfire.com/ar2/obramaurydigital/index.html.
01-+2NNA.
Madonna - The MDNA Tour Live São Paulo 04/12/2012 - Full Concert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUhKtcg6h4U
1-CHER
cher LIVE IN CONCERT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8aH7iLegP0
2-ALICIA KEYS
Alicia Keys Paris Bercy 06/25/13 HD
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cicX6pXOI6U
3-MILEY CYRUS
Miley Cyrus - Wonder World Tour Live at the O2 London
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTBVpdPlrlY
4-.KYLIE MINOGUE
Kylie Minogue - Live In Manchester DVD 2002 - Full Concert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUPeJTs3JXw
5-RIHANNA
Rihanna 777 Tour Live from London ~*FullConcert*~
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bha9tQphHqA
6-TAYLOR SWIFT
Taylor Swift - Best Of Taylor 2012 - Live In Concert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5DvCYHl8ew
7-KATY PERRY.
Katy Perry - iHeartRadio Music Festival 2013 (Full Concert HD)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdoJR4kKQOQ
8-AVRIL LAVIGNE
Avril Lavigne - Highline Ballroom - Full concert 03/12/2013
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u16UmiJDhnY

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01-+2NNA.
Madonna - The MDNA Tour Live São Paulo 04/12/2012 - Full Concert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUhKtcg6h4U
1-CHER
cher LIVE IN CONCERT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8aH7iLegP0
2-ALICIA KEYS
Alicia Keys Paris Bercy 06/25/13 HD
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cicX6pXOI6U
3-MILEY CYRUS
Miley Cyrus - Wonder World Tour Live at the O2 London
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTBVpdPlrlY
4-.KYLIE MINOGUE
Kylie Minogue - Live In Manchester DVD 2002 - Full Concert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUPeJTs3JXw
5-RIHANNA
Rihanna 777 Tour Live from London ~*FullConcert*~
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bha9tQphHqA
6-TAYLOR SWIFT
Taylor Swift - Best Of Taylor 2012 - Live In Concert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5DvCYHl8ew
7-KATY PERRY.
Katy Perry - iHeartRadio Music Festival 2013 (Full Concert HD)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdoJR4kKQOQ
8-AVRIL LAVIGNE
Avril Lavigne - Highline Ballroom - Full concert 03/12/2013
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u16UmiJDhnY

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#PLALYLIST-A-23-02-2014 0-TWITTER- 1-FACEBOOK: DR. VICTORIA Bourget FRÓMETA 2- FACEBOOK: NOHIVO LUGO. 3- FACEBOOK: WORKSHOPS LOGISTICAL clappers. By:Workshops Logistics Bureau Artistic Clappers for ½ d:1 http://www.angelfire.com/ar2/obramaurydigital/index.html.
01-+2NNA.
Madonna - The MDNA Tour Live São Paulo 04/12/2012 - Full Concert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUhKtcg6h4U
1-CHER
cher LIVE IN CONCERT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8aH7iLegP0
2-ALICIA KEYS
Alicia Keys Paris Bercy 06/25/13 HD
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cicX6pXOI6U
3-MILEY CYRUS
Miley Cyrus - Wonder World Tour Live at the O2 London
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTBVpdPlrlY
4-.KYLIE MINOGUE
Kylie Minogue - Live In Manchester DVD 2002 - Full Concert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUPeJTs3JXw
5-RIHANNA
Rihanna 777 Tour Live from London ~*FullConcert*~
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bha9tQphHqA
6-TAYLOR SWIFT
Taylor Swift - Best Of Taylor 2012 - Live In Concert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5DvCYHl8ew
7-KATY PERRY.
Katy Perry - iHeartRadio Music Festival 2013 (Full Concert HD)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdoJR4kKQOQ
8-AVRIL LAVIGNE
Avril Lavigne - Highline Ballroom - Full concert 03/12/2013
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u16UmiJDhnY

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#PLALYLIST DE16-A-23-02-2014
0-TWITTER-
1-FACEBOOK: DRA VICTORIA BOURGET FROMETA
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By:Talleres Logisticos Palmeros
Buro Artistico para ½ d:1.
http://www.angelfire.com/ar2/obramaurydigital/index.html
01-+2NNA.
Madonna - The MDNA Tour Live São Paulo 04/12/2012 - Full Concert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUhKtcg6h4U
1-CHER
cher LIVE IN CONCERT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8aH7iLegP0
2-ALICIA KEYS
Alicia Keys Paris Bercy 06/25/13 HD
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cicX6pXOI6U
3-MILEY CYRUS
Miley Cyrus - Wonder World Tour Live at the O2 London
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTBVpdPlrlY
4-.KYLIE MINOGUE
Kylie Minogue - Live In Manchester DVD 2002 - Full Concert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUPeJTs3JXw
5-RIHANNA
Rihanna 777 Tour Live from London ~*FullConcert*~
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bha9tQphHqA
6-TAYLOR SWIFT
Taylor Swift - Best Of Taylor 2012 - Live In Concert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5DvCYHl8ew
7-KATY PERRY.
Katy Perry - iHeartRadio Music Festival 2013 (Full Concert HD)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdoJR4kKQOQ
8-AVRIL LAVIGNE
Avril Lavigne - Highline Ballroom - Full concert 03/12/2013
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u16UmiJDhnY

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http://www.angelfire.com/ar2/obramaurydigital/index.html
Poder Ciudadano ha lanzado una campaña para reunir fondos con el objetivo de ayudar a los vecinos y vecinas del barrio de La Palangana, en La Matanza, Provincia de Buenos Aires. Necesitamos tu ayuda!
¿Qué es lo que está pasando?
En el barrio de La Palangana, la falta de infraestructura pública implica que más de 11.000 ciudadanos vivan constantemente inundados por el agua contaminada. Estas aguas residuales están causando enfermedades y muerte de cientos de niños de la comunidad.
Si logramos que el gobierno nos escuche y lleve a cabo las obras públicas pendientes para proporcionar el saneamiento básico del barrio podremos salvar estas vidas. Poder Ciudadano está recaudando fondos para que esto suceda


¿Por qué necesitamos de tu ayuda?
Para detener esta terrible situación necesitamos empoderar a la comunidad para que los vecinos y vecinas se unan, conozcan sus derechos, expresen sus ideas, y logren hacer oír su voz en el gobierno.
A través del centro ALAC (Asesoría Legal y Acción Ciudadana) Poder Cuidadano proporciona ayuda gratuita a miles de personas en todo el país, apoyando a las víctimas y testigos de la corrupción, y fomentando el ejercicio pleno de los Derechos Humanos.
En el barrio, ya hemos ayudado a más de 100 personas con casos específicos, pero necesitamos apoyo financiero para mejorar y potenciar nuestra ayuda y continuar con este trabajo, y resolver la crisis del saneamiento de una vez por todas.
Tu dinero se invertirá directamente en los viajes, costos legales y recursos necesarios para capacitar a la gente de La Palangana.
El Impacto
Con $ 5.300 seremos capaces de:


▪ Dar asesoría legal gratuita a la comunidad – que no sería capaz de acceder a esta ayuda de otro modo.


▪ Brindar capacitaciones explicando cuáles son sus derechos, y cómo se puede acceder mejor a los mismos.


▪ Recoger y registrar las quejas de los ciudadanos, para que sus voces sean escuchadas. Presentar los casos específicos que no tiene en cuenta el gobierno.


▪ Organizar una petición de la comunidad para mejorar el problema de las aguas residuales, recolectando y presentando firmas para exigir un cambio al gobierno local y provincial.
Tu apoyo puede significar que este año, 11.000 personas hagan oír su voz y aseguren un mejor futuro para su comunidad


Cualquier donación es valiosa. Si no puedes contribuir con dinero, eso no significa que no puedas colaborar! Por favor, ayúdanos compartiendo esta campaña con tus amigos/as!

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