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City Room: New York Today: Encyclopedia Bodega

Tuesday: Bodega masterpieces, breezy weather and Hudson River life forms.








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Morning Brings Wail of Fire Engines in Wake of Baltimore Riots

As dawn broke, the city was relatively calm. Members of the National Guard were deployed, and the police said some officers were protecting firefighters, who strained to extinguish blazes.


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First Draft: Today in Politics: Baltimore Riots and Same-Sex Marriage Share Center Stage

The country is waking to an extraordinary split-screen reality, as oral arguments in the landmark Supreme Court case on same-sex marriage are juxtaposing with the riots raging in Baltimore.








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Justices to Hear Arguments on Same-Sex Marriage Right

The Times will provide analysis and updates as the Supreme Court hears arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges, which will resolve one of the great open questions in modern constitutional law.








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Alexis Tsipras, Greek Premier, Signals Possible Referendum Vote on Credit Deal

The prime minister said that if a plan fell outside his government’s mandate, “then the Greek people will have to give the answer.”








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Indonesia Moves to Execute 9 Drug Convicts, Despite Pleas for Clemency

The prisoners, including eight foreigners, will face separate police firing squads in what is believed to be the largest mass execution in the country in decades.








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‘American in Paris’ and ‘Fun Home’ Get Most Tony Nods

The New York Times is covering the nominations for the 69th Tony Awards on Tuesday morning. The awards will be presented at Radio City Music Hall on June 7.








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The Line Forms, Early, at the Supreme Court

Same-sex marriage proponents traveled from near and far, to be in Washington for the start of oral arguments before Supreme Court justices on Tuesday.








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Frustration Grows in Nepal as Earthquake Relief Trickles In

For some people living in tent camps in Katmandu, the lack of safe drinking water is first among their worries.








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Debate That Divides: Why a Ruling for Same-Sex Marriage Would Help Republicans

It would allow the party to abandon an increasingly unpopular position without seeming to compromise on principle.








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Wang Jianlin, a Billionaire at the Intersection of Business and Power in China

Relatives of some of China’s most powerful politicians and their business associates own significant stakes in companies of Wang Jianlin, Asia’s richest man.








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Scenes From the Unrest in Baltimore

A turbulent day in Baltimore ended with rioting by rock-throwing youths and a call to end the violence by religious leaders and the mother of Freddie Gray.


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Justices to Hear Arguments on Constitutionality of Same-Sex Marriage

Tuesday’s session is the last public step before a decision, expected in June, on whether there is a constitutional right to same-sex marriage.








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On Boxing: Expectations for Mayweather-Pacquiao Are High; Boxing’s Future Is Murkier

Saturday’s bout between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao could generate a billion dollars, but the epitaph for the sport has been written in larger and larger type over the past decades.


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Atlanta Journal: Hoping to Resuscitate a Portion of the City’s Heart

A company hopes to lift Underground, a retail complex, with a radical concept for this sprawl-loving city: People might want to live downtown.


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Our Man in Tehran - Episode 6: Narrow Escape

A social activist helps win a pardon for a condemned killer, who tries to use his second chance to rebuild his life.


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What’s at Stake in the Supreme Court’s Gay-Marriage Case

The magazine’s Emily Bazelon and The Times’s Supreme Court correspondent, Adam Liptak, discuss the landmark gay-marriage case before the court this week.








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Economic Analysis: 2% Inflation Rate Target Is Questioned as Fed Policy Panel Prepares to Meet

Officials had planned to start raising rates between June and September, but growth has fallen short of the Fed’s expectations, which could delay that action.


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High-Stakes Talks: The James Dean Movie That Explains the Greek Debt Negotiations

Think of the Greeks and their creditors as playing a game of chicken. The loser is the one that flinches first, but winning can be perilous, too.








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