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Egypt’s President Replaces Intelligence Chief

President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi removed Gen. Mohamed Farid el-Tohamy, an influential mentor, and named Khaled Fawzy, a top deputy in the intelligence service, as his successor.








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Motherlode Blog: This Holiday, Don’t Hide the Piercings From Grandma

Rather than a one-way transfer of my beliefs to them, my kids, now 19 and 16, are teaching me to see the world—and my in-laws—with new eyes.








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Two N.Y.P.D. Officers Are Killed in Brooklyn Ambush; Suspect Commits Suicide

Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu were shot at point-blank range in their patrol car Saturday by a man who, officials said, had traveled to the city from Baltimore vowing to kill officers.








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Muhammad Ali Is Hospitalized With Pneumonia

Ali, 72, was hospitalized with a mild case of pneumonia that should result in a short stay, a spokesman for Ali, a three-time world heavyweight champion, said Saturday night.


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Chinese Annoyance With North Korea Bubbles to the Surface

A retired general’s scathing account of North Korea as a recalcitrant ally headed for collapse and unworthy of China’s support revealed how far relations between the two countries have sunk.


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City Room: Live Updates on Fatal Shooting of Two N.Y.P.D. Officers

Coverage of the evening news conference and other developments after two police officers were killed in Brooklyn.








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Police Combing Through Shooting Suspect’s Arrest History and Violent Day

Ismaaiyl Brinsley, who the authorities say shot and killed two police officers in Brooklyn on Saturday, had a history of firearm arrests and was accused of shooting his former girlfriend earlier in the day in Maryland.


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Lance Bass Marries Michael Turchin in California

The musician Lance Bass and Michael Turchin, an artist, were married by Jamie Lynn Sigler, with JoAnna Garcia Swisher assisting, in Los Angeles.


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For de Blasio, Attack Comes Amid Tension Over Police

Criticized for not supporting the police during nightly protests, Mayor Bill de Blasio said now is the time to focus on the families of the two slain officers.








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This Land: Police Killed Her Son; Afterward, Louisville Evolved

Several young black men in the city died in police shootings from 1999 to 2004. Interactions between the police and black residents have improved since then, but remain a work in progress.


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Military Medicine: Military Hospital Care Is Questioned; Next, Reprisals

Physicians, nurses and medical workers at military hospitals say they have been brushed off, transferred, investigated and passed over for promotion after they pointed out problems with care.


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Cuban Exiles at Miami Rally Denounce Obama for Rapprochement

Hundreds of protesters in Miami excoriated the president for moving to normalize relations with Cuba, which they say will only shore up the Communist regime’s power.


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Suns 99, Knicks 90: Knicks’ Latest Crucial Loss: Faith in Themselves

The Knicks, with several injured players, lost to Phoenix for their seventh straight home defeat, despite Carmelo Anthony’s 25 points and 11 rebounds.








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Obama Sounds Triumphal Note at Start of Hawaii Vacation

Unlike in previous years, the start of President Obama’s family vacation to the oceanfront enclave of Kailua, Hawaii, had the feel of a victory lap.


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Algeria, Dependent on Oil, Feels Pinch as Prices Decline

Like Russia, which has seen a full-scale run on its currency, Algeria has made little effort to diversify the economy away from oil and gas.


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Chanting ‘Black Lives Matter,’ Protesters Shut Down Part of Mall of America

Organizers estimated that 3,000 people, demonstrating against the failure to indict or charge police officers in the deaths of unarmed black men, filled the rotunda of the Minnesota shopping mall.








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Lawsuit May Reshape Tourist Industry in History-Rich Savannah

The tour guide Michelle Freenor and three others are challenging a Savannah, Ga., ordinance that requires guides to have licenses and academic and medical examinations.


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In Real Life, ‘Rambo’ Ends Up as a Soldier of Misfortune, Behind Bars

In a plot that seems lifted from an international thriller, a former Army sniper who became entangled with an arms dealer now stands accused of taking a job as a hired killer.


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Castro Thanks the U.S. in a Speech but Reaffirms Communist Rule in Cuba

In a speech on Saturday, President Raúl Castro thanked President Obama for “a new chapter” while also reaffirming that restored relations did not mean the end of Communist rule in Cuba.








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For Cubans in Miami, the Gulf to Their Homeland Narrows

The re-establishment of U.S. diplomatic ties with Cuba brought widely different reactions in Miami, where first-generation exiles who remember Fidel Castro’s brutality mix with millennials for whom Cuba is more a cultural touchstone.


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