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False Missile Warning in Hawaii Adds to Scrutiny of Emergency Alert System

Federal officials said then that the near ubiquity of mobile phones made them the most effective means for warning of hurricanes, terrorist threats and missing persons. […]

Trump’s Way: For Trump, a Year of Reinventing the Presidency

‘That’s Why He Won’Presidents are human, too, a blend of varying degrees of idealism, generosity, empathy, ambition, ego, vanity, jealousy and anger, but they generally hide their unvarnished traits behind an official veneer. Call it decorum, call it presidential. Mr. Trump essentially calls it fake, making no effort to pretend to be above it all, except to boast that he is stronger, richer, smarter and more successful than anyone else. […]

New York Today: New York Today: Times Critics Plan Your Holidays

Weather.init(); }()); The last week of November starts on a high note. We’re looking at sunshine for the next two days and a high this afternoon around 47. Tomorrow looks sunny as well, and temperatures should jump into the mid-50s. In the News • City officials want to transform the Brooklyn transit hub, Broadway Junction, into a destination stop with restaurants, stores and other commuter-friendly amenities. [New York Times] Photo New York City officials believe economic development around the station will help neighborhoods that have long struggled with unemployment, poverty and crime. • An upstate New York woman was fatally shot by a neighbor who mistook her for a deer. [New York Times] • Guilt-plagued evacuees who fled Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria wrestle with their decision to leave for the mainland. [New York Times] Continue reading the main story • After years in the United States, a tight-knit family confronts the holidays with its patriarch, an asylum-seeker, in jail awaiting deportation. [New York Times] • Though the trial is to take place in Manhattan, Turkish officials are watching closely as the U.S. prepares to try two prominent Turks. […]

What the Climate Report Says About the Impact of Global Warming

For instance, the 2014 assessment forecast that coastal cities would see more flooding in the coming years as sea levels rose. That’s no longer theoretical: Scientists have now documented a record number of “nuisance flooding” events during high tides. In 2014, nearly half of residents in Hampton Roads, Va., could not get out of their neighborhoods at least once because of tidal flooding.Meanwhile, as the oceans have warmed, disruptions in United States fisheries, long predicted, are now underway […]

Puerto Rico, Roy Moore, College Basketball: Your Wednesday Briefing

• In good voice. The actress Linda Lavin writes about the first time she sang in New York. (It was at a bar mitzvah.) Continue reading the main story And our critic reviewed “Norma,” which opened the Metropolitan Opera’s season on Monday. His verdict: “Muddled.” • In memoriam. Basil Gogos painted Dracula, the Wolf Man and the Phantom of the Opera, among others, and imbued Frankenstein’s monster with notable compassion. He was 88. • Best of late-night TV. Seth Meyers criticized President Trump’s response to the crisis in Puerto Rico. • Quotation of the day. […]

Health Care, N.F.L., Puerto Rico: Your Tuesday Briefing

• Best of late-night TV. Trevor Noah defended N.F.L. players against President Trump. • Quotation of the day. “Since the United States declared war on our country, we will have every right to make countermeasures, including the right to shoot down United States strategic bombers.” — Ri Yong-ho, the foreign minister of North Korea. […]

Asia and Australia Edition: North Korea, Angela Merkel, N.F.L.: Your Monday Briefing

#briefing-market-module.interactive-embedded .interactive-caption { display: none; } Market Snapshot View Full Overview In the News Photo Credit Ivor Prickett for The New York Times • Iraqi Kurds appear to be holding to their plan to vote on independence today, despite enormous pressure from Iraq, regional neighbors, and the U.S. over fears of violence that could tear the country apart. [The New York Times] • A “tremendous increase” in seismic activity has forced more than 35,000 people to flee Mount Agung, a Bali volcano that last erupted in 1963, killing 1,100 people. [Associated Press] • Three U.N. soldiers were killed and five others seriously injured by an explosion in Mali. As of Aug. 31, the four-year peacekeeping mission had recorded 133 fatalities. [The New York Times] Continue reading the main story • Two Vietnamese fishermen were killed and five arrested in what was described as an exchange of gunfire with the Philippine Navy in the South China Sea. […]