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Trump: Widow Wrong, I Knew La David Johnson’s Name

An hour after a Gold Star widow confirmed details of Donald Trump’s “insensitive” sympathy phone call last week, the president took to Twitter to dispute Myeshia Johnson’s assertion that he was not able to remember her fallen husband’s name. “I had a very respectful conversation with the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson, and spoke his name from beginning, without hesitation!” Trump posted. On Good Morning America on Monday, Johnson told George Stephanopoulos, “He couldn’t remember my husband’s name. The only way he remembered my husband’s name because he told me he had my husband’s report in front of him and that’s when he actually said La David. […]

Why Amazon’s headquarters are like the Plotnick Diamond

Cities competing in this cattle call should be careful what they wish for. […]

The Boss on Broadway: Bruce Springsteen on His ‘First Real Job’

Those were more concert experiences. The sets would change. This is a locked-in piece of music and script that I’m going to be performing pretty much the same on a nightly basis. It’s a solidified piece of work. And I think the intimacy of the venue is going to really affect it, to make it quite a bit different from the acoustic tours. Though I don’t know if I’d be doing this without the experience of doing them […]

Stephen Curry, on a ‘Surreal Day,’ Confronts a Presidential Snub

As a player and as a coach, Kerr has visited the White House on several occasions. And despite his well-publicized criticism of the current administration, Kerr said in June that he was open to the idea of the Warriors’ visiting the White House as something of a unifying gesture.“I think we would, in normal times, easily be able to set aside political views, and go visit and have a great time,” Kerr said Saturday. “But these are not ordinary times. Probably the most divisive times in my life, I guess, since Vietnam, when I was just a kid.”He added, “The president made it really, really difficult for us to honor that institution.”On Friday, at the team’s annual media day ahead of the start of training camp, Curry said that the Warriors had not decided as a team whether they would visit the White House and that they planned to talk about it at a meeting. But Curry said that if it were up to him, he would not go. That seemed to be the consensus among the players.Newsletter Sign UpContinue reading the main storyThank you for subscribing.An error has occurred. […]

How children are taught to stop loving and start eating animals

An interesting research paper explains how subconscious cultural reeducation occurs throughout childhood, legitimizing meat consumption. […]

Guam: A Tiny Territory Caught in a Global War of Words

Like other Guam residents, Ms. Sokala has been inundated with text messages from friends on the mainland — islanders’ term for the continental United States — asking how she was doing.Continue reading the main story“Everyone is nervous, but I think it is our families out there stateside that are more nervous for us,” Ms. Sokala said.Still, early Thursday morning, she found herself unable to sleep.Guam has been an American territory since 1898, when Spain ceded it in the wake of the Spanish-American War […]

John McCain Has Brain Cancer, His Office Says

The diagnosis shook the Senate, where Mr. McCain is a popular figure despite his occasionally heated disputes with colleagues in both parties.Newsletter Sign UpContinue reading the main storyGet the Morning Briefing by EmailWhat you need to know to start your day, delivered to your inbox Monday through Friday.Thank you for subscribing.An error has occurred. Please try again later.You are already subscribed to this email.View all New York Times newsletters.Mr. McConnell called Mr. McCain a hero to both Senate Republicans and the nation at large.“He has never shied from a fight, and I know that he will face this challenge with the same extraordinary courage that has characterized his life,” Mr. McConnell said Wednesday night. “We all look forward to seeing this American hero again soon.”The disclosure on Wednesday suggested that Mr. McCain’s condition was more serious than initially believed, although the statement said that “he is recovering from his surgery ‘amazingly well,’” according to his doctors, “and his underlying health is excellent.”Mr. McCain is the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee and a leading proponent of using military force overseas. […]