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Aujourd’hui — 23 octobre 2019NYT

Are Wildfires Caused by Utilities or Climate Change? Yes

Par : Jill Cowan
Wednesday: An expert writes that both contribute to California’s increasingly dire problem. Also: The anniversary of a protest on Alcatraz Island.

A helicopter dropped water onto a burning hillside in the Porter Ranch neighborhood.

Women Should Be Warned of Breast Implant Hazards, F.D.A. Says

The agency proposed that surgeons discuss the risks with patients and that manufacturers print bold warnings on the device packaging.

A textured silicone breast implant, a type linked to a rare form of cancer. The implants have been withdrawn from the market in both Europe and the United States.

39 Found Dead in Truck in U.K., Prompting Murder Investigation

The police believe the truck is from Bulgaria, and they have taken the driver into custody, though many questions remain.

Gear to Make Room in a Tiny Kitchen

I’ve tested dozens of items, and here’s what’s best for under $40 — a fridge wall rack, cup hooks, a magnetic knife strip, and more.

N.Y.P.D. Officer Saved by Vest in Harlem Shooting as Naked Suspect Is Killed

Officers responding to a report of a dispute fired at a man with a gun during a struggle in a building hallway, the police said.

The shooting occurred inside the hallway of a building in Harlem.

Boeing Sales and Profits Plummet as 737 Max Crisis Continues

The commercial airlines division lost $40 million in the quarter after earning more than $2 billion during the same period a year ago.

Boeing 737 Max aircraft parked at the Boeing Renton facility in Renton, Washington.

Grudgingly, E.U. Looks Set to Grant Brexit Extension to Jan. 31

That date, set by the British Parliament, is seen by European leaders as the least likely to cause them trouble.

Pro- and anti-Brexit activists outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Tuesday.

Turkey Halts Syrian Incursion, Hours After Deal with Russia

The Turkish military said it would advance no further into Syria, after reaching an agreement with Russia on forcing Kurdish fighters from the border region.

Turkey-backed Syrian fighters in northern Syria on Tuesday.

How to Make the Most of Apple’s New Privacy Tools in iOS 13

We tested the new suite of privacy tools in Apple’s latest mobile software, from minimizing location sharing to silencing robocalls.

5 Cheap(ish) Things to Beef Up Your Digital Security

Here are a few simple things to at least prevent the worst problems and keep most of your private information as safe as possible from hacks or security negligence.

The ‘Most Damning’ Impeachment Testimony Yet

Democrats leading the inquiry believe the acting U.S. envoy to Ukraine has provided what could be a critical plank in their case.

William B. Taylor Jr., the top American diplomat in Ukraine, leaving Capitol Hill on Tuesday.

Not Your Father’s Masculinity

Meet the “new man”: whatever others say he is.

The Gaping, Recession-Sized Hole in 2020 College Plans

Every good plan needs a contingency plan. That means making sure states can afford free college expansions, even in the oncoming recession.

During the last recession, funding for public universities fell in California.

Climate Change Will Cost Us Even More Than We Think

Economists greatly underestimate the price tag on harsher weather and higher seas. Why is that?

Trudeau Survived. Now Stop Pretending Canada Is a Diverse Paradise.

It’s time to get over being nice and comfortable.

Justin Trudeau at a rally in Vancouver on Sunday.

The ‘Most Damning’ Impeachment Testimony Yet

Democrats leading the inquiry believe the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine has provided what could be a critical plank in their case.

William B. Taylor Jr., who was once the top American diplomat in Ukraine, leaving Capitol Hill on Tuesday.

‘What Is Going to Happen to Us?’ Inside ISIS Prison, Children Ask Their Fate

A rare inside look by New York Times journalists exposes an enormous legal and humanitarian crisis, one that the world has largely chosen to ignore.

Boys peered out from their crowded prison cell.

In Miami, the Murals Are the Message

In the Wynwood section and all over town, artists incorporate social issues into their work — sometimes in a shout, sometimes in more of a whisper.

Can a ‘Transformational Journey’ Change Your Life? Our Writer Had Her Doubts

Seeing the world “through new eyes” was the aim of a rigorously planned trip to Portugal, offered by a new breed of tour operator. It almost worked.

The “initiation well” on the grounds of a palace in Sintra, Portugal: “You go through the dark, this tunnel, until you come out and are born again,” the guide told the author.

As a Centrist Path Opens, Pete Buttigieg Moves Toward It

Mr. Buttigieg began his campaign in obscurity, staking out progressive positions. As his standing rises, he has moved toward the center, hoping to draw support away from Joe Biden.

Mayor Pete Buttigieg at a rally in Philadelphia on Sunday. He has shifted away from emphasizing activist policy ideas like expanding the Supreme Court.

As Russian Money Poured Into Cannabis, Giuliani Allies Scrambled to Partake

Russian investors have flocked to the U.S. cannabis industry in recent years. One venture involving associates of Rudy Giuliani drew the scrutiny of federal investigators.

One of the nation’s largest cannabis companies, Curaleaf, is led by one of Russia’s most influential financiers and backed by another.

‘Centrism Is Canceled’: High Schoolers Debate the Impeachment Inquiry

At Chalmette High School in Louisiana, students in a world history class made their case for or against punishing President Trump.

Grace Bartholomae, right, discussing why President Trump should be impeached during a history lesson at Chalmette High School near New Orleans.

Trump Officials Battle Over Plan to Keep Technology Out of Chinese Hands

The administration is split over restrictions on exporting sensitive technologies that are vital to protecting national security.

President Trump and many of his top advisers have identified China’s technological ambitions as a national security threat and want to limit the type of American technology that can be sold overseas.

Scorsese Does Broadway, and Other Splashy Netflix Plans

Facing criticism of its reluctance to give its films big theatrical releases, the streaming giant books the Belasco for “The Irishman.”

Something in the Way We Move

We may each have a movement “signature” that, like our face or fingerprints, is unique to us.

After Cyclist Deaths, City Adjusts Traffic Lights to Slow Cars

Par : Winnie Hu
New York is calibrating some signals to give bikes priority for green lights. Drivers say the change worsens traffic.

Late Night Gets Ready for a Christmastime Impeachment

“Trump’s legal strategy is commit so many crimes they can never finish the investigation,” Jimmy Fallon quipped about the timing of an impeachment.

Woman Playing Pokémon Go Is Killed After Witnessing Robbery, Police Say

The 21-year-old Albuquerque resident was fatally shot as she drove with her boyfriend in a park.

Cayla Campos

That New Alzheimer’s Drug? Don’t Get Your Hopes Up Yet

After declaring aducanumab a failure, the manufacturer now says the drug may help slow cognitive decline in certain patients. Some experts are skeptical.

A review of brain scans of patients with dementia at the Banner Alzheimer’s Institute in Phoenix. Biogen, a drug company, said on Tuesday that it would seek approval for a drug to treat early Alzheimer’s disease.

Retiring From Ballet Theater, a Dancer Gets What She Needs

After 15 years, Melanie Hamrick, a ravishing mainstay of the corps de ballet, opens the next chapter: choreography and raising her son with Mick Jagger.

“I love the feeling of ‘Apollo,’” Ms. Hamrick said. “It feels like coming home. It feels natural.”