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Europe Edition: Macron, Trump, Toronto: Your Wednesday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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After Trump Hints V.A. Nominee Might Drop Out, an Aggressive Show of Support
The Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee is examining multiple claims against President Trump’s nominee to head the Veterans Affairs Department.
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Jeff Sessions Is Serving, and Doing His Best to Ignore, Trump
Crisscrossing the nation, the embattled attorney general praises the president for supporting law enforcement — most law enforcement, anyway.
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Mulvaney, Watchdog Bureau’s Leader, Advises Bankers on Ways to Curtail Agency
Mick Mulvaney, acting director of the bureau, also described the two types of people he was most responsive to as a lawmaker: constituents and the lobbyists who contributed to his campaign.
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Toronto Van Attack Suspect Expressed Anger at Women
Alek Minassian, 25, a resident of Toronto’s Richmond Hill suburb, careened the white rental van onto a sidewalk, killing 10 people.
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When Toronto Suspect Said ‘Kill Me,’ an Officer Put Away His Gun
Constable Ken Lam turned off his siren, calmly ordered the man to get down and placed him under arrest. It was “a great outcome in a horrible situation,” an expert said.
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What Is an Incel? Explaining a Term Used by the Toronto Van Attack Suspect
The man behind Monday’s rampage praised an online community of misogynists just minutes before killing 10 people, according to the authorities.
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Trump Signals Openness to a ‘New Deal’ to Constrain Iran
As he welcomed President Emmanuel Macron of France, President Trump also expressed hope for a nuclear agreement with North Korea and called Kim Jong-un “very honorable.”
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For Trump and Macron, a Presidential Bromance
There was a mutual kiss on the cheek in the East Room, clasped hands and the first state dinner of the Trump era.
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A National Security Aide’s Departing Wish: Cooking for the State Dinner
For his exit from the Trump administration, Michael Anton, a self-described “right-wing Francophile,” asked to work as a line cook helping to prepare dinner for the French president.
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E.P.A. Announces a New Rule. One Likely Effect: Less Science in Policymaking.
The agency plans to publish a new regulation Tuesday that would restrict the kinds of scientific studies the agency can use when it develops policies.
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Scott Pruitt’s Political Patron Now Questions the E.P.A. Chief’s Ethics
Senator James Inhofe, who has long championed Mr. Pruitt, now says he’d like to see an investigation into the ethical allegations against his protégé.
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Pruitt’s Security Chief Moonlighted for Tabloid Publisher That Backed Trump
Pasquale Perrotta is being investigated by the E.P.A. and Congress for his outside work, which included assignments for American Media Inc., the publisher of The National Enquirer.
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F.D.A. Cracks Down on ‘Juuling’ Among Teenagers
The agency has begun an aggressive campaign to target retailers and manufacturers that market e-cigarettes to minors. The devices’ popularity has alarmed parents, schools and public health officials.
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British Citizen One Day, Illegal Immigrant the Next
The “Windrush generation” — Caribbeans invited to Britain to help rebuild after World War II — has faced harsh treatment under a migration crackdown.
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Op-Ed Contributor: Is This Toronto?
The city, long used to peace and harmony, has to confront the fact that mass violence can happen here, too.
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Op-Ed Columnist: Flattery Got Ronny Jackson Only So Far
The White House physician fawned his way into Donald Trump’s heart. Senators are less impressed.
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Op-Ed Contributor: Adventures in Transgender Fertility
I’m a lesbian. My fiancée is a trans woman. We’re trying to have a baby the old-fashioned way. It’s complicated.
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Op-Ed Columnist: Israel’s Got Its Own Refugee Dilemma: African ‘Dreamers’
The U.S. and Europe aren’t alone in feeling the effects of people fleeing a World of Disorder for a World of Order.
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Editorial: When Presidents Go to War
A bipartisan bill prescribes when and where force can be used, but the terms are so broad that they may not limit presidential war-making.
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