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BRIEF-Cantel Medical Corp Chairman Charles Diker Reports Sale Of 10,000 Shares

* CANTEL MEDICAL CORP CHAIRMAN CHARLES DIKER REPORTS OPEN MARKET SALE OF 10,000 SHARES OF CO'S COMMON STOCK ON JAN 16 AT $110.96 PER SHARE - SEC FILING Source text : ( http://bit.ly/2Bbo21u ) Further company coverage:

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Editorial: Donald Trump vs. Guantánamo’s Forever Prisoners

A new legal challenge represents the sharpest test yet at the prison of America’s commitment to fundamental principles of due process.

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BRIEF-‍Cellcom Israel controlling shareholder announced examination of submitting creditors arrangement proposal in Eurocom​

* ‍CELLCOM ISRAEL REPORTS ITS CONTROLLING SHAREHOLDER ANNOUNCED EXAMINATION OF SUBMITTING A CREDITORS ARRANGEMENT PROPOSAL IN EUROCOM​ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

George Washington Bridge Scandal (2013) nytimes.com

Editorial: Now Chris Christie Is Just a Bad Memory

His microscopic approval rating, after years of scandal and neglect, is a clear sign that, whatever he thinks, few are sorry to see him go.

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Editorial: Some Bright Hopes for New York’s Schools

The city has trained a generation of highly capable administrators, and some would be excellent candidates for the top job.

Arms Control and Limitation and Disarmament nytimes.com

Editorial: False Alarm Adds to Real Alarm About Trump’s Nuclear Risk

He has proposed increasing the nuclear arsenal and the ways in which it can be used, and is threatening the Iran deal.

Trump, Donald J nytimes.com

Editorial: Donald Trump Flushes Away America’s Reputation

No useful answers on immigration will come from a bigoted president with warp view of the world, and his nation’s principles.

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DiCaprio to star in Charles Manson-era Tarantino movie

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Leonardo DiCaprio will star in a movie set around the Charles Manson murders, Hollywood entertainment publications reported on Friday, but he will not play the role of the American cult leader.

Health Insurance and Managed Care nytimes.com

Editorial: The Trump Plan to Hurt the Poor by Pretending to Help Them

By letting states deny Medicaid to people with no job, the administration says more recipients will work. The opposite is true.

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BRIEF-Homestreet Board Votes To Decline Roaring Blue Lion Capital's Charles Griege's Request To Join Board

* HOMESTREET INC SAYS ITS BOARD VOTED TO DECLINE ROARING BLUE LION CAPITAL'S CHARLES GRIEGE'S REQUEST TO JOIN CO'S BOARD Source text: (http://bit.ly/2qRaubE) Further company coverage:

United States Politics and Government nytimes.com

Editorial: Is Mr. Trump Nuts?

It’s the wrong question. Efforts to diagnose the president from afar are damaging to real efforts to address his unfitness.

Homeless Persons nytimes.com

Editorial: When Mercy Collides With the Law

An Illinois man got into trouble with local officials after he let homeless people stay in his basement on the coldest nights.

Russian Interference in 2016 US Elections and Ties to Trump Associates nytimes.com

Editorial: Who Will Listen to Democrats’ Warning on Russia?

In the face of Republican complacency, Senate Democrats issue the most comprehensive public analysis thus far of Moscow’s war on the West.

Civil War (US) (1861-65) nytimes.com

Editorial Observer: Monuments to White Supremacy

Tennessee lawmakers can no longer plausibly deny racist origins of the Confederate monument movement.

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Editorial: Don’t Deport the Salvadorans

The humanitarian reasons those who escaped their quake-damaged homeland should be allowed to stay far outweigh the legal reasons to send them home.

Arpaio, Joseph M nytimes.com

Editorial Observer: Joe Arpaio’s Latest Offense — Running for Senate

On a day of hope for a breakthrough on immigration, the race-baiting ex-sheriff pardoned by the president makes a pathetic plea for attention.

United States International Relations nytimes.com

Editorial: Unrest Shows the Iran Nuclear Deal’s Value, Not Its Danger

By raising expectations for a better life, the accord made Iranians less tolerant. Pulling out now would empower regressive forces.

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Editorial: Europe Listens Anxiously as Germans Talk

The world is in urgent need of strong leadership from Berlin, so Angela Merkel needs to form a government quickly.

United States Politics and Government nytimes.com

Editorial: Republicans in Congress Are Failing America’s Children

Health coverage for nine million kids is still at risk as congressional leaders refuse to reauthorize CHIP.

Mormons (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints) nytimes.com

Bulletin Board: Our Obits Editor Addresses Coverage of the Former Mormon Leader Thomas Monson

William McDonald responds to readers who criticized how we described the former head of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Gracie, Carrie nytimes.com

Resignation of Carrie Gracie, BBC China Editor, Resurfaces Pay Row

Ms. Gracie quit her post after BBC executives offered her a salary increase that still left her paid less than her male counterparts.

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Paid less than male peers, BBC China editor quits and speaks out

LONDON (Reuters) - The BBC's China Editor Carrie Gracie has quit her post in Beijing to fight for her right to pay equality with male peers, posting an attack on what she called the "secretive and illegal BBC pay culture".

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Senior BBC editor steps down to protest gender pay gap

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BBC editor quits China post over pay discrimination

BEIJING (Reuters) - Carrie Gracie, the China editor for Britain's public broadcaster the BBC, has resigned from her post in Beijing due to pay disparities with her male colleagues, according to an open letter she wrote.

Discrimination nytimes.com

BBC News Editor Quits Her Post to Protest Gender Pay Gap

Carrie Gracie, the network’s China editor, said she learned last summer that her male colleagues earned 50 percent more than she did.

Drug Abuse and Traffic nytimes.com

Editorial: Jeff Sessions’s Endless War on Marijuana

The attorney general’s new, more aggressive guidance will add legal confusion to an issue that many states are managing just fine on their own.

Subways nytimes.com

Editorial: New York Leaders Are Failing Its Subway Riders

As construction companies and labor unions drove up costs, watchdogs — including governors and lawmakers — have done too little to stop it.

Mines, Explosive nytimes.com

Editorial: Why Do Land Mines Still Kill So Many?

Because some of the world’s biggest military powers — including the U.S. — refuse to sign treaties that would ban these vicious weapons.

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UK's Carillion to discuss rescue with creditors on Jan. 10

LONDON (Reuters) - Struggling British building and services company Carillion , which is involved in Britain's planned high-speed rail link HS2, said on Saturday it will meet creditors on Wednesday as it seeks a financial rescue plan.

United States International Relations nytimes.com

Editorial: Pakistan, the Endlessly Troublesome Ally

The country has played a double game, accepting American funding while backing militants who protect Pakistani interests in Afghanistan and Kashmir.

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Editorial: Israel Digs a Grave for the Two-State Solution

Hard-liners, encouraged by Mr. Trump, and by Mr. Netanyahu’s political weakness, push for annexation of settlements and obstruct any land-for-peace deal.

Finances nytimes.com

Editorial: Making Art Lovers Pay

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is dropping its “suggested” admission for out-of-staters, in favor of a mandatory set of fees.

United States Politics and Government nytimes.com

Editorial: The Bogus Voter-Fraud Commission Is Dead, but the Myths Aren’t

Celebrate the demise of the transparent sham, but don’t be fooled into thinking the conspiracists are going away.

Olympic Games (2018) nytimes.com

Editorial: Koreans Turn Down the Volume

Like an adult trying to converse while a child is having a tantrum, South Korea tries to resume engagement with the North as Mr. Trump tweets.

Tax Credits, Deductions and Exemptions nytimes.com

Editorial: Can States Fix the G.O.P. Tax Law?

With the Republican law seeming to target Democratic states for pain, governors are trying to avoid the damage.

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U.S. judge clears Takata to seek creditor vote on bankruptcy plan

WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - The judge overseeing the bankruptcy of Takata Corp's U.S. unit on Wednesday cleared the way for the company's creditors to vote on its Chapter 11 plan, which critics say limits the legal rights of those injured by its deadly airbags.

Exercise nytimes.com

Encounters: Working Out With Charles Glass, a Trainer to the Stars

In the 1980s, Mr. Glass was a champion bodybuilder. Now he helps sculpt celebrities and bodybuilders at the Gold’s Gym in Venice, Calif.

de Blasio, Bill nytimes.com

Editorial: ‘A New Progressive Era’ in New York City

As he starts his second term, Mayor Bill de Blasio sets aside Clinton centrism in favor of Sanders-style progressivism.

Capital Punishment nytimes.com

Editorial: Capital Punishment Deserves a Quick Death

It’s time for the Supreme Court to end state-sanctioned killing for good.

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Russia indicts St Petersburg blast suspect on terrorism charges: investigators

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's Investigative Committee said on Sunday it had indicted on terrorism charges a suspect who allegedly organized and carried out a bombing that injured 13 people in a St. Petersburg supermarket this week.

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Russia says it has detained a suspect in St. Petersburg supermarket blast

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's FSB security service said on Saturday it had detained the individual suspected of organizing and carrying out a bombing that injured 13 people in a St. Petersburg supermarket this week.

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Russia says detains organizer of St. Petersburg supermarket blast: agencies

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's FSB security service said on Saturday that the individual who organized and carried out a bombing that injured 13 people in a St. Petersburg supermarket this week had been detained, Russian news agencies reported.

Federal Taxes (US) nytimes.com

Editorial: Don’t Cheer as the I.R.S. Grows Weaker

A complex new tax code is enacted as its enforcement agency, with a decimated staff and a shrinking budget, struggles to do its job.

Terrorism nytimes.com

After St. Petersburg Explosion, Putin Orders Police to ‘Liquidate’ Terrorists

Vladimir V. Putin, who is running for a fourth term as Russia’s president, has burnished his reputation for being tough on extremists.

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Putin says St. Petersburg supermarket bombing was terrorism

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin said a bomb blast in a St Petersburg supermarket on Wednesday was an act of terrorism, and that security forces whose lives were threatened by terrorist suspects should shoot to kill if necessary.

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Putin says St Petersburg supermarket bombing was terrorism

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin said a bomb blast in a St Petersburg supermarket on Wednesday was an act of terrorism, and that security forces whose lives were threatened by terrorist suspects should shoot to kill if necessary.

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Editorial: E.U. Reminds Poland How a Democracy Acts

By moving to control the judiciary, the Polish governing party earned a rebuke and the threat of losing voting rights in the union.

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Editorial: France Fails to Face Up to Racism

The Macron government caves in and calls for the ouster of a critic of police brutality.

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Europe Edition: Ukraine, St Petersburg, Barack Obama: Your Thursday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

Search and Seizure nytimes.com

Editorial: Reforms Rein In Police Harassment; Now More Is Needed

Stop-and-frisk has been drastically reduced, but officers still need to be more accountable.

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Creditors seek bankruptcy for U.S. media entrepreneur Sillerman

WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - Creditors of American media entrepreneur Robert F.X. Sillerman are seeking to force the onetime billionaire into bankruptcy to try and collect on a $7.36 million judgment against him, according to court documents.

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Blast rips through supermarket in Russia's St Petersburg, 10 hurt

MOSCOW (Reuters) - A blast ripped through a supermarket in Russia's St Petersburg on Wednesday evening, injuring at least 10 shoppers, investigators said.

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Blast rips through St. Petersburg store

Four people were hospitalized after a blast inside a store in the Russian city of St. Petersburg, state-run news outlet Tass reported Wednesday.

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Blast rips through supermarket in Russia's St. Petersburg: agencies

MOSCOW (Reuters) - A blast ripped through a supermarket in the Russian city of St Petersburg on Wednesday evening, injuring several shoppers, Russian news agencies reported.

Two Thousand Seventeen nytimes.com

Op-Ed Columnist: Editors Speak: A 2017 Reading List

I asked top editors at more than 20 publications to recommend one piece they had published this year.

Deaths (Obituaries) nytimes.com

Don Hogan Charles, Lauded Photographer of Civil Rights Era, Dies at 79

Mr. Charles, the first black photographer to be hired by The New York Times, took pictures of Malcolm X, Coretta Scott King and Muhammad Ali.

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Editorial: Where the Real Power Lies in Pakistan

Hopes for civilian leadership fade as the army uses the threat of terrorism to assert dominance.

Christmas nytimes.com

Editorials: Santa’s Manhattan Homes

... including the house where Virginia wrote the letter that inspired what is ranked as America’s most “unforgettable” editorial.

News and News Media nytimes.com

Editorial: Free Detained Journalists in Myanmar

When it comes to press freedom, Myanmar’s new democracy is little different from its old military dictatorship.

Art nytimes.com

Editorial: For Russian Artists in 1917, Art Was the Thing, Not Revolution

Amid suffering and chaos, painters of every leaning largely continued doing what they had been doing, whether to mark time or to provide escape.

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Conductor Charles Dutoit accused of sexual misconduct

Paula Rasmussen was just starting her career as an opera singer when she landed a principal role in "Les Troyens" at the Los Angeles Opera in the fall of 1991.

Waiters and Waitresses nytimes.com

Editorial: The Trump Administration to Restaurants: Take the Tips!

A proposed Labor Department rule would leave the door open to owners keeping tips for themselves, and could alienate customers.

Russian Interference in 2016 US Elections and Ties to Trump Associates nytimes.com

Editorial: Forget the Strategy Paper. Watch What He Does.

President Trump’s first security strategy statement says many of the right things, but the administration’s actions tell a different story.

Elder, Janet nytimes.com

Janet Elder, a Top Editor at The Times, Is Dead at 61

For years Ms. Elder reported the results of CBS News/Times polls assessing the public’s views on politicians, social issues and even driving habits.

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UPDATE 1-Toys R Us creditors back UK restructuring plan

* A quarter of UK stores will now close, 500-800 jobs will go

State Children's Health Insurance Program (S-CHIP) nytimes.com

Editorial: Congress Refuses to Do Right by Children’s Health Care

The Children’s Health Insurance Program is in limbo while Republicans rejoice at a tax cut of more than $1 trillion for the rich.

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BRIEF-Abengoa Obtains Consent From Creditors To Close Sale Of 25 Pct Of Atlantica Yield

* GETS REQUIRED CONSENTS FROM ITS CREDITORS TO CLOSE THE SALE OF 25 PCT STAKE IN ATLANTICA YIELD Source text for Eikon:

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UPDATE 7-Oi creditors approve largest-ever Latin American restructuring

RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Creditors in Brazilian telecoms company Oi SA approved early on Wednesday morning a plan to restructure $20 billion in debt owed by the firm, overcoming the main hurdle in Latin America's largest-ever bankruptcy process.

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UPDATE 6-Oi creditors approve largest-ever Latin American restructuring

RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Creditors in Brazilian telecoms company Oi SA approved early on Wednesday morning a plan to restructure $20 billion in debt owed by the firm, overcoming the main hurdle in Latin America's largest-ever bankruptcy process.

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Oi creditors officially approve restructuring after marathon meeting

RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Creditors in Brazilian telecoms carrier Oi SA officially approved a debt restructuring plan put forward by the company early on Wednesday morning, taking the company out of Latin America's largest ever bankruptcy protection process.

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UPDATE 5-Oi creditors debate largest-ever Latin American restructuring

RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Oi SA creditors argued late into Tuesday night over a plan to restructure $20 billion in debt owed by the Brazilian telecoms company in Latin America's largest-ever bankruptcy case as major creditors stayed silent about whether they would support it.

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UPDATE 4-Oi creditors debate largest-ever Latin American restructuring

RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Oi SA creditors argued late into Tuesday night over a plan to restructure $20 billion in debt owed by the Brazilian telecoms company in Latin America's largest-ever bankruptcy case as major creditors stayed silent about whether they would support it.

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UPDATE 2-Oi creditors meet to vote on Latin America's largest-ever restructuring

RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Creditors of Oi SA met in Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday to vote on a plan to restructure $20 billion of debts owed by the Brazilian telecoms operator in Latin America's largest-ever bankruptcy case despite legal action by a key shareholder to stop the ballot.

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Major public creditors argue for consolidation of Oi recovery plan

RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Brazilian telecoms regulator Anatel and state-controlled lenders Banco do Brasil SA , Caixa Economic Federal and BNDES expressed support on Tuesday for the consolidation of a debt restructuring plan for telecoms company Oi SA.

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Oi creditors to vote on restructuring despite shareholder complaints

SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Creditors of Oi SA were to gather in downtown Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday to vote on a plan to take the Brazilian telecoms operator out of bankruptcy protection, despite a flurry of legal actions by a key shareholder trying to stop the vote.

Federal Taxes (US) nytimes.com

Editorial: Tax Bill Lets Trump and Republicans Feather Their Own Nests

A 20 percent deduction on real estate income would help the president and a senator whose vote is crucial for passage.

Hurricane Maria (2017) nytimes.com

Editorial: The Spiraling Diaspora From Puerto Rico

“Yo no me quito” — “I’m not quitting” — some still vow, but many are fleeing in desperation.

Philanthropy nytimes.com

Editorial: A Way to Help Refugees From Puerto Rico

A group supported by The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund helps those who fled the devastation to start a new life in New York.

Frauds and Swindling nytimes.com

Editorial: Will New York Cut Off the Fuel for Corruption?

The City Council has hesitated to give a regulator the power that let it crack down mob garbage haulers.

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U.S. helped thwart major attack in St. Petersburg: U.S., Russia say

MOSCOW/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States provided intelligence to Russia that helped thwart a potentially deadly bomb attack in St. Petersburg, U.S. and Russian officials said on Sunday, in a rare public show of cooperation despite deep strains between the two countries.

Federal Taxes (US) nytimes.com

Editorial: The Tax Bill That Inequality Created

The tax bill is a consequence of a fraction of the population taking control of the nation’s wealth and, with it, the nation’s political power.

United States International Relations nytimes.com

Editorial: Donald Trump Seems Confused About Jerusalem

The president is showing how to take a vexing problem and make it harder.

Sexual Harassment nytimes.com

Editorial: Who Will Judge the Judge?

Judge Alex Kozinski has been sexually harassing his female clerks and other employees for years.

Movies nytimes.com

Review: The Sidekick as Hero in ‘The Ballad of Lefty Brown’

Bill Pullman stars in this Montana-set western, which tips its cowboy hat to classics of the genre.

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NFL-Cardinals' coach unsure if running back Peterson will play again this season

(Reuters) - Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians says he has "no idea" whether veteran running back Adrian Peterson will play again this season.

United States Defense and Military Forces nytimes.com

Editorial: The Pentagon Is Not a Sacred Cow

As vital as military spending is, that doesn’t justify waste or robbing from other important programs.

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U.S. court removes creditor hurdle to a Westinghouse bankruptcy plan

WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - A U.S. judge shot down on Wednesday a request by creditors of Westinghouse Electric Co LLC for a bigger role in the nuclear technology company's bankruptcy just days after its parent company Toshiba Corp proposed a restructuring plan.

United States Politics and Government nytimes.com

Editorial: Roy Moore Loses, Sanity Reigns

Doug Jones strikes a blow against Donald Trump and for morality in American politics.

Russian Interference in 2016 US Elections and Ties to Trump Associates nytimes.com

Editorial: Fox News v. Robert Mueller

The propaganda machine has kicked into high gear, and has a single goal: convincing President Trump to fire the special counsel.

Deaths (Obituaries) nytimes.com

Charles Jenkins, U.S. Soldier Who Regretted Fleeing to North Korea, Dies

Mr. Jenkins was patrolling the demilitarized zone separating North and South Korea when he fled his post to avoid facing combat duty in Vietnam.

Federal Taxes (US) nytimes.com

Editorial: Mr. Mnuchin’s Magical Math on Taxes

Pressed to prove that a tax cut for the rich can pay for itself, the Treasury relies on growth “models” with no basis in reality.

Terrorism nytimes.com

Editorial: New Yorkers Don’t Scare Easily

Even after a rush-hour blast, fearmongers stoking fear of carnage and mayhem find little support in a populace adept at keeping its composure.

Art nytimes.com

The T Editors’ (Completely Fantasy) Gift Guide

From a custom surfboard to mink curtains, the things we’d want this year — if time, money or accessibility were no object.

Taj Mahal nytimes.com

Editorial: Hate Smears India’s Symbol of Love, the Taj Mahal

Powerful Hindu extremists are so obsessed with demonizing Muslims that they are deprecating the nation’s unifying cultural treasure.

Law and Legislation nytimes.com

Editorial: Opening Up New York’s Public Records

Governor Cuomo has a chance to champion government transparency by signing a bill to pick up legal fees when a request is wrongly denied.

United States Politics and Government nytimes.com

Editorial: The Looting of America’s Public Lands

Mr. Trump thinks the environment has gotten too good a deal, so he eliminated two million acres from national monuments in Utah.

United States International Relations nytimes.com

Editorial: Trump’s Scare Tactics on North Korea Scare Us

The Trump administration’s threats of war will not make Kim Jong-un back down.

Sexual Harassment nytimes.com

Editorial: What Congress Can Learn from Al Franken

Will other lawmakers who abuse their power be held to the same standard?

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Pop star Ed Sheeran receives honor from Britain's Prince Charles

LONDON (Reuters) - Grammy-winning singer Ed Sheeran received an MBE - a British state honor - for services to music and charity from Prince Charles in a ceremony at Buckingham Palace on Thursday.

Prison Guards and Corrections Officers nytimes.com

Editorial: Holding Prison Guards Accountable

New York State’s corrections officers are too often protected from punishment, even for brutal attacks on prisoners.

Elections, Mayors nytimes.com

Editorial: Let’s Limit the Term-Limit Debate

New York City voters have made clear over the years that two terms are enough for city officials, but City Council members are considering a third.

Books and Literature nytimes.com

Paris Review Editor Resigns Amid Inquiry Into His Conduct with Women

Lorin Stein apologized in letters he sent the board Wednesday, saying his behavior had been hurtful and degrading.

United States International Relations nytimes.com

Editorial: Does President Trump Want to Negotiate Middle East Peace?

Moving the American Embassy to Jerusalem is almost certain to anger the Palestinians and most Arab nations.

Gun Control nytimes.com

Editorial: Going National With Concealed Guns

Concealed-carry reciprocity is a threat to law and order.

Russian Interference in 2016 US Elections and Ties to Trump Associates nytimes.com

Editorial: Yes, the President Can Obstruct Justice

Also: Why lie if you’ve done nothing wrong?

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BRIEF-Sykes Enterprises CEO Charles​ ‍Sykes Sells 40,000 Shares Of Co's Common Stock On Dec 1

* SYKES ENTERPRISES INC CEO CHARLES​ ‍SYKES REPORTS SALE OF 40,000 SHARES OF CO'S COMMON STOCK ON DEC 1 AT $31.17 PER SHARE - SEC FILING Source text: (http://bit.ly/2ApA2Qv) Further company coverage:

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Editorial: Art, Freed From Guantánamo

The military seems unsettled by the attention an exhibition of prisoner art has garnered from news organizations.

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Editorial: Hands Across the Water, Then a Slap in the Face

The ranting of the American president dashed the good cheer from a royal Anglo-American engagement.

Federal Budget (US) nytimes.com

Editorial: Tasks for Congress: Ignore President, Keep Government Open …

Congress faces much unfinished business this month. Working around Mr. Trump would help them get it done.

United States Politics and Government nytimes.com

Editorial: A Historic Tax Heist

In which Republican donors pick your children’s pockets.

Flynn, Michael T nytimes.com

Editorial: Flynn Flipped. Who’s Next?

Michael Flynn’s guilty plea raises obvious questions: What did President Trump know? And when did he know it?

United States International Relations nytimes.com

Editorial: Help Wanted: Top Diplomat

President Trump undermined Rex Tillerson’s success at the State Department, but that doesn’t mean his successor will do a better job.

Pain-Relieving Drugs nytimes.com

Editorial: Kellyanne Conway Might as Well Be ‘Opioid Czar’

President Trump trusts Ms. Conway. Is that enough to get something done on the opioid addiction crisis?

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New CEO of Brazil's Oi to adopt a conciliatory tone in creditor talks

RIO DE JANEIRO, Nov 30 (Reuters) - The new chief executive officer of Oi SA, the Brazilian carrier which is conducting Latin America´s largest ever debt restructuring, said the company will adopt a conciliatory tone in talks with creditors.

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Venezuela creditors meet with Rotshchild, Cleary in London-sources

LONDON/NEW YORK, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Investment bank Rothschild is participating in a Venezuelan creditors' meeting in London on Thursday to discuss how to handle the cash-strapped country's request to restructure some $60 billion in outstanding bonds, according to two sources familiar with the matter.

United States International Relations nytimes.com

Editorial: Is North Korea’s Nuclear Test a Sign of Hope?

With his nuclear ambitions apparently realized, Kim Jong-un may now be willing to negotiate.

Federal Taxes (US) nytimes.com

Editorial: The Senate is Rushing to Pass Its Tax Bill Because It Stinks

This is no way to handle a complex piece of legislation, and the Republicans must know it.

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Brazil bankruptcy judge puts back Oi creditor meeting to Dec 19

BRASILIA, Nov 29 (Reuters) - The judge handling the bankruptcy restructuring of Brazilian telecoms Grupo Oi SA decided on Wednesday to postpone a meeting of creditors until Dec. 19 because stakeholders could not agree on key issues.

United States Politics and Government nytimes.com

Editorial: Senate Considers Making a Terrible Tax Bill Even Worse

Dragging its abysmal standards lower, it may throw more money at billionaires to win two crucial votes.

Sexual Harassment nytimes.com

Editorial: What Congressmen Are Hiding

A system for settling sexual harassment complaints against lawmakers puts the burden on victims, and taxpayers.

Search and Seizure nytimes.com

Editorial: Cops, Cellphones and Privacy at the Supreme Court

The justices have a good opportunity to bring the Fourth Amendment up-to-date in the digital age.

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Charles Barkley: Moore should have been disqualified 'before this women stuff'

Former NBA star Charles Barkley weighed in on the Alabama Senate race Saturday, saying embattled Republican candidate Roy Moore should be disqualified from the race because of his association with former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon.

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Charles Barkley knocks Moore, Bannon

Charles Barkley, Alabama native and former NBA star, explains why he's voting for Doug Jones over Roy Moore in the race for Alabama's US Senate seat.

United States Economy nytimes.com

Editorial: The Republican Tax on the Future

More debt, a growing trade deficit, factories moving overseas — that’s no way to make America great.

Hurricane Maria (2017) nytimes.com

Editorial: Mr. Trump’s Paper Towels Aren’t Helping Puerto Rico

With little sign of progress, thousands of people are leaving for the mainland each day.

Health Insurance and Managed Care nytimes.com

Editorial: When a Tax Cut Costs Millions Their Medical Coverage

Republicans couldn’t kill Obamacare. Their latest plan could be almost as damaging to people’s health.

For-Profit Schools nytimes.com

Editorial: Exploiting Veterans for Profit

And the Trump administration wants to make for-profit colleges even less accountable.

Civilian Casualties nytimes.com

Editorial: Telling the Truth About the Cost of War

As civilian casualties appear to rise, the American military is not acknowledging the extent of the problem.

Religion and Belief nytimes.com

Editorial: What America Celebrates on Thanksgiving

It’s the one holiday that truly invites all comers.

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Ex-Tiger Beat editor: Fame took its toll on David Cassidy

The androgynous boy who fans adored was at first giddy about fame, but it soon became a nightmare, too much for a young person to handle on his own, writes Ann Moses.

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Editorial: Ms. Merkel Struggles to Hold Germany Together

Her failure to form a governing coalition could lead to new elections amid a growing threat from the right.

Race and Ethnicity nytimes.com

Editorial Observer: Colin Kaepernick and the Legacy of the Negro National Anthem

African-Americans have sound historical reasons for resenting “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

Subways nytimes.com

Editorial: Who to Blame for Your Subway Nightmare

Here’s a hint: You probably voted for them.

Books and Literature nytimes.com

Editors’ Choice: 7 New Books We Recommend This Week

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

California Today nytimes.com

California Today: California Today: Charles Manson’s Grip on Los Angeles

Tuesday: An L.A. noir tourist attraction, an assemblyman accused of harassment will step down and commemorating the end of a Japanese internment camp.

Juvenile Delinquency nytimes.com

Editorial: Justice at Last for the Youngest Inmates?

The Supreme Court has narrowed the use of life sentences without parole for juveniles. Now it can end it for good.

Inheritance and Estate Taxes nytimes.com

Editorial: ‘Only Morons Pay the Estate Tax’

That’s a heck of a way for the Trump administration to talk about the richest Americans.

Nineteen Hundred Sixties nytimes.com

Op-Ed Contributor: Charles Manson Was Not a Product of the Counterculture

If anything, he was a harbinger of today’s far right.

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Charles Manson, Keystone XL, N.F.L.: Your Monday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

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Mass killer, cult leader Charles Manson dies at 83

(Reuters) - Charles Manson, the wild-eyed cult leader who orchestrated a string of gruesome killings in Southern California by his "family" of young followers, shattering the peace-and-love ethos of the late 1960s, died on Sunday, prison officials said. He was 83.

Manson, Charles nytimes.com

Charles Manson Dies at 83; Wild-Eyed Leader of a Murderous Crew

Mr. Manson became one of the most notorious killers of the 20th century after his followers brutally murdered seven people in 1969, including the actress Sharon Tate.

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Murderous cult leader Charles Manson dies at 83: officials

(Reuters) - Charles Manson, the U.S. cult leader who orchestrated a string of gruesome killings in Southern California by his "family" of young followers in the late 1960s, has died, according to prison officials. He was 83.

Renting and Leasing (Real Estate) nytimes.com

Editorial: Why is New York Full of Empty Stores?

All these dead spaces hurt, and neighborhoods have a right to protect themselves.

Coups D'Etat and Attempted Coups D'Etat nytimes.com

Editorial: Mr. Mugabe Won’t Say What Zimbabwe Longs to Hear: I Quit

It’s good that the army has taken power, but whoever takes over must heed the cheering crowds who want an end to corruption and brutality.

Trump, Donald J nytimes.com

Editorial Notebook: Dear Nobel Winners, Mr. Trump Has All the Brains He Needs

The president won’t meet this year’s American laureates, no surprise for “a very intelligent person” with no need for science.

United States International Relations nytimes.com

Editorial: The Trump Administration Is Making War on Diplomacy

Rex Tillerson, ill suited as secretary of state, is dismantling his department to fit his limited ambitions.

Voter Registration and Requirements nytimes.com

Editorial: Virginia Makes Every Voter Count

Its governor restored the rights of thousands of disenfranchised felons to go to the polls, something all states should do.

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UPDATE 2-UK court finds for Dana Gas creditors in $700 mln Islamic bond case

* Bondholders call for negotiated settlement (Adds Dana statement, context)

Art nytimes.com

Editorial: The da Vinci Lode

The sale of Leonardo’s “Salvator Mundi” for almost a half-billion dollars says more about grotesque financial inequality than about art.

Federal Taxes (US) nytimes.com

Editorial: A Tax-Cut Bill to Make Scrooge McDuck Proud

Republicans have made clear where their values lie. Well-heeled campaign funders matter. Middle-class families don’t.

Famine nytimes.com

Editorial: Saudis Try to Starve Yemen Into Submission

Impeding humanitarian assistance and using famine as a weapon are war crimes, and the world is finally taking notice.

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Convicted mass killer Charles Manson hospitalized in California: report

(Reuters) - Charles Manson, the cult leader who sent followers known as the "Manson Family" out to commit gruesome murders, shattering the peace-and-love ethos of the 1960s hippie era in California, has been hospitalized, the Los Angeles Times reported.

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Reports: Charles Manson hospitalized in California

Charles Manson, the charismatic cult leader whose followers committed heinous murders that shocked the nation almost a half century ago, has been hospitalized, the Los Angeles Times and TMZ reported Wednesday.

Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures nytimes.com

Editorial: Mr. Trump Casts a Shadow Over the AT&T-Time Warner Deal

He politicizes everything he touches, so unless his appointees act with utmost integrity they will be tainted as his henchmen.

Nuclear Weapons nytimes.com

Editorial: The Senate Questions the President’s Power to Launch Nukes

Mr. Trump has brought on himself this examination of his authority to order the launch of the world’s most deadly weapons.

Presidential Election of 2016 nytimes.com

Editorial: Attorney General Jeff Sessions Doesn’t Recall

Over more than five hours, Mr. Sessions on Tuesday still forgot a lot of things most people would remember.

United States International Relations nytimes.com

Editorial: President Trump’s Thing for Thugs

The degree to which he grovels before some of the world’s most unsavory leaders hurts U.S. credibility and influence.

United States Politics and Government nytimes.com

Editorial: Mitch McConnell Believes the Women. Good for Him.

Don’t hold your breath waiting for real change, but the Senate majority leader has set a good example by accepting the word of Roy Moore’s accusers.

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UPDATE 4-Venezuela offers chocolates but little else to creditors

CARACAS, Nov 13 (Reuters) - Venezuela's socialist government gifted chocolates to creditors at debt talks on Monday, but little else in terms of firm proposals to renegotiate $60 billion in bonds, suggesting the struggling OPEC nation lacks a strategy to avert default.

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UPDATE 3-Seeking to dodge default, Venezuela hosts creditors

CARACAS, Nov 13 (Reuters) - Venezuela's socialist government welcomed scores of creditors on Monday for talks intended to renegotiate a crippling foreign debt and avert a default that could compound the once-prosperous OPEC nation's economic crisis.

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Russia's RT America registers as 'foreign agent' in USA: editor

MOSCOW/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - RT America, the U.S. arm of the Kremlin-backed TV station RT, has registered with the U.S. Department of Justice as a "foreign agent" in the United States, the outlet's editor in chief said on Monday.

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Russia's RT registers as 'foreign agent' in USA: editor

MOSCOW (Reuters) - RT America, the U.S. arm of the Kremlin-backed TV station RT, has registered as a "foreign agent" in the United States, the outlet's editor in chief said on Monday.

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Vanity Fair's new chief editor makes history

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Venezuela to meet creditors in bid to dodge default

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela opens talks with creditors on Monday to renegotiate a crippling debt that has left once-prosperous citizens sifting through garbage to find food, as the OPEC nation seeks to avert a default that would plunge its economy into deeper uncertainty.

Gun Control nytimes.com

Editorial: Gun Carnage in the Nation, Groundhog Day in the Capitol

After predictable reactions to the latest killings, the National Rifle Association has its way, again.

Tax Credits, Deductions and Exemptions nytimes.com

Editorial: The Right Way to Cut Corporate Taxes

Here’s why the Republican tax plans are such a boondoggle.

Politics and Government nytimes.com

Editorial: Choking on Air in New Delhi

Once again, it is hard to breathe in India’s capital. The culprits are farmers and a stingy government.

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Queen hands over Remembrance Day duty to Prince Charles

Queen Elizabeth handed over royal duties to Prince Charles at London's Cenotaph ceremony as part of the Remembrance Sunday commemorations.

Monuments and Memorials (Structures) nytimes.com

Queen Elizabeth II Delegates Wreath Ceremony to Prince Charles

Her decision on the Remembrance Sunday duty was seen as a significant step in the monarchy’s transition to its next generation.

Jones, Radhika nytimes.com

Radhika Jones, a Times Books Editor, Said to Be Next Vanity Fair Editor

Ms. Jones would replace Graydon Carter, who has been in place 25 years. She will be the first woman to edit the magazine since Tina Brown.

Drug Abuse and Traffic nytimes.com

Editorial: The Insanity of Taxpayer-Funded Addiction

The answer to the opioids crisis surely isn’t to pay Big Pharma to sell more pills.

Campaign Finance nytimes.com

Editorial: Nothing to Cheer About in New York City Elections

The mayor won with the votes of only 16 percent of the electorate. An unopposed prosecutor got surprising opposition. And fewer women will hold office.

Hurricane Maria (2017) nytimes.com

Editorial: Puerto Rico’s Second-Class Treatment on Food Aid

A 35-year-old budget cap has denied the island the more generous and swifter relief that storm victims this year in Texas and Florida received.

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Newspaper editor wants to arm reporters

A spike in violence against journalists has led the editor of the most prominent opposition newspaper in Russia to say he'll arm his staff with non-lethal weapons. CNN's Fred Pleitgen has more.

State Legislatures nytimes.com

Editorial: Message to Mr. Trump: We’re Better Than That

As he bitterly appeals only to the few Americans not repelled by his behavior, Democrats won with the politics of inclusiveness.

Tax Credits, Deductions and Exemptions nytimes.com

Editorial: Want Kids, a Degree or a Home? The Tax Bill Would Cost You

An immense tax giveaway to the rich will hurt everyone else. Here’s how.

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Exclusive: Takata creditors seek $30 billion, far more than it can pay - court filing

TOKYO (Reuters) - Creditors of bankrupt Takata Corp say the parts maker owes them more than $30 billion after the automotive industry's biggest recall over its faulty air bags - many times more than the company can repay, a court filing seen by Reuters shows.

Presidential Election of 2016 nytimes.com

Editorial: Virginia Rejects Your Hateful Politics, Mr. Trump

Turns out the center can hold, after all.

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BRIEF-Expeditors Q3 earnings per share $0.66

Nov 7 (Reuters) - Expeditors International Of Washington Inc :

Gun Control nytimes.com

Editorial: Mass Shootings Don’t Have to Be Inevitable

Are even more guns really your answer, Mr. President?

Politics and Government nytimes.com

Editorial: Ballot Proposals, Mayor and New Jersey Governor: How to Vote

For Tuesday’s elections, here are The Times’s recommendations in major races and on ballot proposals.

New York State nytimes.com

Editorial: New York Voters Can Make Crooked Politicians Pay

A ballot measure would amend the state constitution to let judge dock the pensions of convicted officials.

Endorsements nytimes.com

Editorial: Willie Horton, Updated for the Trump Era

A certain amount of nastiness is inevitable as Election Day approaches, but a few utterly misleading campaign ads go over the line.

United States International Relations nytimes.com

Editorial: In Asia, Mr. Trump Is Met by Doubt

Regional leaders fear that his threats and impulsiveness could bring on war, and feel that the future may lie with China.

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Daily Caller opinion editor fired after launch of a Milo Yiannopoulos column

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Brazilian phone carrier Oi to amend terms to creditors -filing

SAO PAULO, Nov 4 (Reuters) - The board of Brazil´s Oi SA has approved a change to the restructuring proposal of the debt-laden telecom provider to be submitted to creditors on Monday, the company said in a securities filing.

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (2010) nytimes.com

Editorial: Obamacare vs. the Saboteurs

Most Americans want the administration to switch sides and start working to improve health care law.

Kurds nytimes.com

Editorial: After ISIS, What Comes Next?

With a region in ruins, the United States faces the daunting challenge of promoting stability and countering extremism.

United States Economy nytimes.com

Editorial: A Good Choice for the Fed. But if Only …

President Trump could have done better by offering Janet Yellen, who has done a terrific job, a second term.

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Puerto Rico's PREPA utility creditors say power grid damage is overblown

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bondholders of Puerto Rico's bankrupt power utility, PREPA, said on Friday that the damage to the local electric grid by Hurricane Maria is not as bad as the island's government says, and could be fixed quickly with an outside energy expert in charge.

Taxation nytimes.com

Editorial: A Tax Plan for a New Gilded Age

The House Republicans’ proposal will primarily benefit corporations and rich families, and send the budget deficit soaring.

Books and Literature nytimes.com

Editors’ Choice: 11 New Books We Recommend This Week

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

Elections, Mayors nytimes.com

Editorial: Mayor de Blasio Has Earned a Second Term

Crime is down, the city‘s finances are sound and he has made progress on housing. Now, about those subways ...

Terrorism nytimes.com

Editorial: While New York Mourns, the President Postures

Mr. Trump sends condolences, then returns to fantasies of fighting terrorism with an immigration crackdown.

Race and Ethnicity nytimes.com

Editorial: About John Kelly’s Racist History Lesson

The White House chief of staff was supposed to be a calming force, but he has now echoed President Trump’s sympathy for white nationalists.

Sexual Harassment nytimes.com

Michael Oreskes, NPR’s Top News Editor, Quits Amid Sexual Harassment Accusations

A former high-ranking editor at The New York Times is the latest major media figure to face professional consequences over allegations of sexual misbehavior involving women he knew through his work.

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NPR editor resigns amid accusations

Sexual Harassment nytimes.com

Top NPR Editor Accused of Sexual Harassment While at The New York Times

Michael Oreskes is the latest major media figure to face such accusations after two women said he had made advances on them while discussing job opportunities.

Russian Interference in 2016 US Elections and Ties to Trump Associates nytimes.com

Editorial: That Crazy Talk About Robert Mueller

Ludicrous accusations would be laughable, but they are linked to a dangerous move by Trump allies to shut down the Russia investigation for good.

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BRIEF-Great Lakes announces award of $213 mln for Charleston 2 deepening

* Great Lakes announces award of $213 million Charleston 2 deepening, largest army corps of engineers dredging contract ever awarded