......... improvements came back to drivers feeling that sharing the road with cyclists and pedestrians is optional.“Drivers in L.A., they accuse bicyclists of being entitled when we want to ride safely on the street but they’re the ones that are entitled,” he said. ”They don’t want to give us an inch.”
......... is about the show that matters. But then you think about that massive wall of episode titles and how it’s impossible to take it all the way in. And that incomprehensible vastness seems perfectly right, both for the enduring vitality of the show itself and the woman at its center.
......... in Washington and Seoul, the South Korean capital, when Mr. Trump agreed in Singapore to do away with the exercises at Mr. Kim’s request.“The denuclearization process seems to be following a Chinese road map,” JoongAng Ilbo said. “China must not ease up on sanctions to weaken Kim’s will to denuclearize.”
......... of its governing coalition, refused to accept a boat carrying more than 600 migrants; it was eventually taken in by Spain.And yet, for all of that, there is little to support Mr. Trump’s declaration that migration has “strongly and violently” changed European culture. It has certainly changed European politics, though.
......... that they wanted to take a group photo with the entire audience, as many people as they could fit into the frame. The next day, Baker posted the photo to his Instagram: Martinez was double-fisting drinks, Baker had a wide grin, and the crowd was on its feet, going wild.
......... we ask people around the world what they think of Ford, they say Mustang,” he said. “Mustang means freedom. It means taking a road trip in a convertible down the West Coast. That’s what people all over the world imagine America to be. Why would we ever give that up?”
......... executive Drew Houston was awarded a performance-based grant worth about $110 million.“The top layer of management live like kings and queens while the people at the bottom are scrabbling for a decent existence,” Ms. Gordon said. “We should not have that in a society where equality and fairness supposedly matter.”
......... the available treatments didn’t help.About four years ago, she entered an Amgen’s clinical trial for its recently approved drug. S he had a very unusual response: her migraines stopped completely.“I don’t even remember the pain I was in,” she said. “When you don’t have it, you can live your life.”
......... commodity,” he added, “or we are doomed to be energy exporters and have all this poverty around the wealth.” --> The arrival of a giant wind turbine blade at a wind farm under construction near São Bento do Norte, Brazil. MAY 24, 2018 Dado Galdieri for The New York Times
......... too, is appealing, especially in a once-affluent city of 100,000 people.Kevin McLaughlin employs more than 100 people in his shipyards across the harbor at Fairhaven, and has already won additional work from offshore operators.“As long as there are boats that will be here,” he said, “it is business for us.”
......... use the telescope, located in Guizhou Province, to chart the shape of the universe and even listen for potential signs of alien life.Other recent advancements include the launch of the world’s first quantum communications satellite, which promises to improve the security of communications by sending information on photons of light.
......... those fantastical magical elements in a really grounded story.“Atlanta” is not a horror show obviously, but sometimes it veers into horrorlike territory. Is that something you do consciously? We like heightened depictions of real life. The horror aspect just came naturally from, you know, being alive in 2018 in America.
......... his belief that he could be a force for good within the agency was naïve, overwhelmed as they all were by the complexity of immigration polices along the border. Writing, he decided, allowed him to convey “the simultaneous beauty and joy and horror of living here and loving this place.”
......... Francisco, stood beside the Long Walk, the scenic approach to Windsor Castle, in a wig and a white dress.“I have had a crush on Prince Harry my entire life, and this is my last-ditch attempt to get him,” Mr. Endre said. “Harry, what does it take? It’s not too late.”
......... anxious I feel. I have to keep going back and thinking, what does this mean to me?” He contemplated that question. “There is something about the cyclical nature of this work that makes us look at humanity from a distance. You can’t help but question your own snapshot of existence.”
......... Five of them were drowned out by the full moon, another one was a distant quasar with a smaller black hole. “And one was this guy,” Dr. Wolf wrote in an email.“When it was clear what we had found I had a bottle of champagne with my wife,” he said.
......... Saturday.Perhaps 100,000 people will crowd into the little town today. No one is saying how much the security operation will cost, but the current (unconfirmed) estimate is that it will come to as much as 30 million pounds.That’s about $40 million, with the bill to be paid by British taxpayers.
......... of the royal family.“Maybe it’s because we’re Australian,” Sam said.“I just don’t get it,” Sally said. “I don’t understand their importance. I feel really terrible for saying this.”“We’ll get kicked off the bus,” Sam said.“Good luck to them,” Sally said. “Have a nice life. I’m glad I’m not them.” Photo
......... golf course would hurt Hong Kong’s competitiveness.“As an international financial city you do need to balance housing needs with sporting needs,” said Mr. Wong, the club captain. “You can’t have a walled city of just concrete, with no facilities, no attractions to other investors, foreigners, expats, people of different backgrounds.”
......... in Pyeongchang, South Korea. But the road to thawing relations with its archenemy, South Korea, was rocky.Weeks before the Olympics, the North canceled a joint cultural event it had planned to hold with South Korean K-pop bands, blaming “insulting” South Korean news coverage of its participation in the Winter Olympics.
......... say the same thing: I don’t think so.You’re lost in the desert, it’s Day 3 without food or water. You’ve been checking your Lyft app — there are no Lyfts. But you check Uber and there’s one passing by. Are you going to take that Uber? I don’t think so.
......... government made no statement on the matter.But the Trump administration echoed the Israeli stance, that the organizers of the protests were to blame for the deaths and injuries, not Israel. “The responsibility for these tragic deaths rests squarely with Hamas,” Raj Shah, a White House spokesman, told reporters on Monday.
......... dough gently, to transfer it from the machine that divides it into thick cylinders, to the shaper and from there to the oven.“I take it very delicately,” he said. “I do the maximum to preserve it, until it is baked. You’ve got to protect the dough, from beginning to end.”
......... a recent trip to Miami to visit her mother. They were, of course, intended for Mr. Crumb.“I’m enabling his big butt fixation,” she said, a smile spreading across her face as she admired the pictures. “Well I don’t have a big butt anymore so I have to offer him something.”
......... keeping the linemen at work.His director of emergency management, Xavier Muñoz, said the one upside of Maria was that it had scared residents into taking hurricane plans seriously.“Shelters are going to get full,” he predicted. “I have 220 cots right now, and I think that’s not going to be enough.”
......... rolled burning tires toward Israeli soldiers, and Israeli security forces have said that some of the Palestinians who were killed were armed with semiautomatic rifles.The demonstrations at the Gaza fence have taken place primarily on Fridays since March 30, and have already left dozens of people dead and thousands injured.
......... the United States, some have vowed confrontation.“Resistance is the only way to confront these enemies, not diplomacy,” Hossein Salami, the deputy head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, said last week. “Exiting the deal and their concerns over Iran’s missile work are excuses to bring our nation to its knees.”
......... to what celebrities are wearing, he said.“Specifically, Kanye West, Travis Scott, ASAP Rocky, Virgil Abloh and Jared Leto are influential in their own circles,” he said. “Not every shoe starts out super special. There’s the chance that if one of these celebrities wears it, it may then become super hot.”
......... patriotism, says Michael Knights, the senior fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and expert on Iraqi security forces.“Who is Hadi al-Ameri?” Mr. Knights said. “That is the fundamental question. Is he more loyal to Iran than Iraq? We will only know it when it’s too late.” Photo
......... seems — by flaming stars; they look like runway lights in an airport, guiding him toward takeoff. People shout from the riverbank; he doesn’t hear. Angels descend with gifts; he doesn’t see. He’s dead, or asleep, or concentrating deeply before making his entry in the grand silent opera of Beyond.
......... come.Looking into the virus’s past, he said, “we can make predictions about the future.” Correction: May 9, 2018 An earlier version of this article misstated the name of the city where the National Reference Centre for Hepatitis B and D Viruses is located. It is in Giessen, Germany, not Gliese.
......... something to be embraced rather than muffled. “The surgery makes me feel like running away and soothing myself, but I’ll never fall for the tricks of the disease,” she wrote in a recent text message. “It’ll have to fight my willpower with all it’s got to knock me down again.”
......... evening of Nov. 8, 2016, been doing just fine. “I would give anything to have that world back,” said a Russia hand who has been critical of the old interventionist paradigm. But chances are, that world will come back soon enough. Wasn’t the idea, in the end, to change it?
......... once again have to choose between his advisers and his instincts. “Trump is making unilateral decisions with long-term consequences for U.S. foreign policy with little grasp of the issues,” Mr. Goldgeier said. “But he’s delivering on his campaign promises and undoing Obama’s legacy, both of which are important to him.”
......... marriage of a performer and a part — Glenda Jackson as a savage old woman on the brink of death in “Three Tall Women,” Katrina Lenk as a wistful but pragmatic cafe owner in the desert town of “The Band’s Visit” — worldly, greedy Broadway feels next door to heaven.
......... audience, townspeople who knew the piece, humming the music too.“We could play Vivaldi’s ‘Four Seasons’ in London and no one would be singing along,” Mr. Solomon said. “But in Bolivia people took the music for their own — and got to the core essence of what music is about.” Photo
......... first days in training, I had a knack for the nuts and bolts of my profession,” she will say, according to the prepared remarks. “I excelled in finding and acquiring secret information that I obtained in brush passes, dead drops or in meetings in dusty back allies of third-world capitals.”
......... allows users to see only current ads, so it is impossible to gauge the totality of an organization’s online activity. Nor is it clear what proportion of the total amount spent on Facebook ads is made up of foreign-sourced ads of the type now banned by the social media company.
......... a recent afternoon, in the family home her ancestors bought in 1928, Mrs. Leanfore sipped tea with her husband and son, as a pack of grandchildren chased each other through the house.“None of them are pure Chinese,” said Mrs. Leanfore, smiling. “But that’s what the future is going to be.”
......... China people,” Mr. Blankenship said in one commercial, alluding to the shipping business of Mr. McConnell’s father-in-law.By last weekend, when it became clear that he was a threat to win and imperil the party’s one-seat Senate majority, Republican officials determined the moment had come for Mr. Trump to step in.
......... that it made payments to Mr. Cohen’s firm.“Essential Consulting was one of several firms we engaged in early 2017 to provide insights into understanding the new administration,” the statement said. “They did no legal or lobbying work for us, and the contract ended in December 2017.”This story will be updating.
......... those who look through vintage issues of Playboy will encounter some fine short stories, by the likes of Margaret Atwood, Joyce Carol Oates and Ursula K. Le Guin. So your feminist friend can profit from her husband’s magazine collection, while remaining faithful to the ideas that drive the #MeToo movement.
......... the Zwirner exhibition.It is all very fitting, since Ms. Dumas’s first grandchild, Eden, was born on April 28, the day the show opened. Luckily, Ms. Dumas had flown to New York to install the exhibit and returned to Amsterdam in time to be there with Helena for the birth. Photo
......... have Bolton, we have Pompeo — where will we be in two years or four years?’” he said, referring to the new American national security adviser, John R. Bolton, and secretary of state, Mike Pompeo. “‘We have a president who views this deal as a disaster. Now is the time.’”
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......... Tonight With John Oliver,” that he was so overcome by the accomplishment that he was done hosting it.“Don’t think of this as a sad occasion, because I leave you in total triumph at this point,” he said. “If you’ll excuse me, I’ve got a date with some very contagious koalas.”
......... take this step.But Mr. Trump made clear that his patience with the deal had worn thin, and with a new, more hawkish set of advisers — led by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the national security adviser, John R. Bolton — Mr. Trump faced less internal resistance this time.
......... news would further erode public trust in Albany, which has been roiled repeatedly by corruption trials, sexual harassment scandals and other ethics controversies.Douglas Muzzio, a political science professor at Baruch College, said the allegations were “another blow” to our “trust in government officials and in the institutions of government itself.”
......... easy to get caught up in the moment, and you’re not seeing guys do that.”They are not getting caught up in the moment. They are making the moment theirs. Now the Yankees face the only team that has done it better this season, the one rival who always matters most.
......... on the dance floor and singing along?’ ”Mr. Mohammed laughed. “That’s pretty consistent with Americans reacting to Eurovision for the first time.” Correction: May 8, 2018 Because of an editing error, an earlierversion of this article misstated the year that Germany hosted the World Cup. It is 2006, not 2010.