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Michigan Says It Is Investigating if Team Doctor Abused Students

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Alan Blinder and Billy Witz The University of Michigan said Wednesday that it was investigating whether one of its doctors had assaulted patients across several decades, becoming at least the third Big Ten university to reckon with allegations of sexual misconduct by longtime members of its medical staff. In a......
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Manchester City Defiant Despite Champions League Ban

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Tariq Panja “We did cooperate with this process,” Soriano told Chris Bailey, a former journalist with The Manchester Evening News who referred to the club as “we” and “us” in his questioning of Soriano. “We delivered a long list of documents and support that we believe is irrefutable evidence that......
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Trump Takes Up Call for Barr to ‘Clean House’ at Justice Dept.

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WASHINGTON — Ignoring appeals from his attorney general to stop tweeting about the Justice Department, President Trump on Wednesday renewed his attacks on the agency, demanding “JUSTICE” for himself and all future presidents. With a series of retweets, Mr. Trump appeared to embrace the suggestion that Attorney General William P.......
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John Rood, Top Defense Official, Latest to Leave After Impeachment Saga

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WASHINGTON — John C. Rood, the Defense Department’s top policy official, is the latest member of President Trump’s national security team involved in the Ukraine matter to leave the government. Mr. Rood, the under secretary of defense for policy, will step down at the end of February, the department’s press......
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Japan Lets Cruise Passengers Walk Free. Is That Safe?

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New York Times – For more and to sign up click here YOKOHAMA, Japan — Even as infections aboard a cruise ship contaminated by the new coronavirus continued to climb, Japan declared on Wednesday that 443 people had satisfied the terms of a two-week quarantine and let them walk free.......
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A Timeline of Michael Bloomberg’s Support for Stop-and-Frisk

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February 2015 In an audio clip from his speech at the Aspen Institute, which circulated widely this month, Mr. Bloomberg said: “It’s controversial, but the first thing — 95 percent of your murders and murderers and murder victims fit one M.O. You can just take the description, Xerox it and......
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Tonight’s Democratic Debate in Nevada: When It Is and What to Watch For

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Will Sanders play offense or defense or neither? LAS VEGAS — There are two big questions for Mr. Sanders when he takes the debate stage: Will he be a target for attack? And will he attack Mr. Bloomberg? Rivals challenged Mr. Sanders at times in the last debate, before the......
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U.K.’s New Immigration Rules Will Restrict Low-Skilled Workers

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New York Times – For more and to sign up click here LONDON — To a chorus of complaints from employers, Britain said on Wednesday that it would slam the door on low-skilled workers as it moved to cut overall immigration by locking migrants from Europe and elsewhere out of sectors......
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Family of Caroline Flack Shares Post Written Before Star’s Suicide

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New York Times – For more and to sign up click here LONDON — Weeks before taking her own life, Caroline Flack, the British television personality, wrote that she had been suffering from an emotional breakdown “for a very long time,” according to an unpublished social media post made public......
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On Politics: Can Bloomberg Take the Heat?

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Good morning and welcome to On Politics, a daily political analysis of the 2020 elections based on reporting by New York Times journalists. Sign up here to get On Politics in your inbox every weekday. Where things stand in the race Michael Bloomberg’s candidacy has been riding a jet stream......
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Rod Blagojevich, Coronavirus, Democrats: Your Wednesday Briefing

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New York Times – For more and to sign up click here (Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good morning. We’re covering President Trump’s clemency decisions and China’s encouraging numbers in the coronavirus outbreak. We’re also looking ahead to tonight’s Democratic debate, the first to include......
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Lacking Its Own Digital Giants, Europe Plans New Approach

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LONDON — Across the digital economy, Europe has been missing. Apple, based in California, and Samsung, from South Korea, make the most popular phones in Europe. Facebook owns the most widely used social networks, Google dominates online search and advertising, and Amazon controls e-commerce. European companies run their businesses on......
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Ex-North Korean Diplomat Runs for South Korean Parliament

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New York Times – For more and to sign up click here SEOUL, South Korea — A former North Korean diplomat who fled his embassy posting has become the first defector to run for South Korea’s Parliament, saying on Wednesday that he was motivated by Seoul’s forced repatriation of two......
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14 Die and Hundreds Sickened in Pakistan, and the Cause Is a Mystery

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New York Times – For more and to sign up click here ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — The authorities are trying to determine the cause of 14 deaths in the southern port city of Karachi, with officials giving conflicting explanations. Hundreds have fallen sick from the apparent poisoning, which has left people......
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Aircraft, Big and Small, Are Changing Our Relationship With Flight

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This article is part of our continuing Fast Forward series, which examines technological, economic, social and cultural shifts that happen as businesses evolve. Just before Christmas, the city of Los Angeles sued the Federal Aviation Administration. “The F.A.A. has put an endless caravan of low-flying planes over homes, schools and......
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Pete Buttigieg Hoped to Win Over Voters of Color. It Still Hasn’t Happened.

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LAS VEGAS — Pete Buttigieg liked the line so much, he used it twice. Asked at back-to-back rallies on Monday what would happen if President Trump claimed election fraud and refused to vacate the White House for him, Mr. Buttigieg said, “If he really doesn’t want to leave, we could......
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After Fighting Nazis, Black G.I.s Faced Racism in U.S. Military

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New York Times – For more and to sign up click here “His writing illuminates the American paradox,” said Mark Huddle, a professor at Georgia College and State University and editor of “Roi Ottley’s World War II: The Lost Diary of an African American Journalist.” The process of re-educating Germans......

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