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California Today: California Today: Women’s Marches Draw Actors and Activists

Supported byU.S.California Today: Women’s Marches Draw Actors and ActivistsPhotoProtesters listened to speeches during a Women’s March at the Grand Park in Los Angeles on Saturday.Credit Mark Ralston/Agence France-Presse — Getty ImagesGood morning.(Want to get California Today by email? […]

In Deadly Bronx Blaze, Responders Battled Fire and Ice

“The ice builds up on our tools, our ladders, which becomes a safety problem,” Mr. Fitzgerald said. “And inside the building it can become like an ice-skating rink. It adds a whole bunch of different obstacles for us to fight the fire and to make rescues.”Continue reading the main storyFire officials said there were also instances when ladders froze and were unable to extend.Emergency responders in other cities have encountered similar issues during frigid winter months […]

With Cuomo Assist, Homeowners Rush to Soften Tax Bill’s Impact

Mr. Cuomo, a possible presidential contender, said the move was aimed at protecting residents from the “divisive” Trump administration’s tax law that is an “economic dagger targeted for the heart” of New York. It could increase the amount of federal taxes paid by New Yorkers by $14 billion, Mr […]

California Today: California Today: North vs. South, That Fading Rivalry

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Donald Trump, Roy Moore, N.F.L.: Your Monday Briefing

• It’s not all bad out there. In our Weekend Briefing, we featured a roundup of some inspiring stories in The Times. We’d like to incorporate more of those, so today we introduce you to the Mekong Review. The magazine covers Southeast Asia’s literary scene and offers a voice in countries where free speech is perennially threatened. • Quotation of the day. “When you grow up in France, none of the heroes you learn about are entrepreneurs. When someone gets rich in France, people immediately ask, ‘What did he do to make this money? He must be a nasty person.’ ” — Brigitte Granville, a professor at Queen Mary University of London who was raised in France, on shifting views toward business as the country tries to make the most of Britain’s exit from the European Union. Back Story “Greed is good.” Today is the 30th anniversary of the release of “Wall Street.” Michael Douglas won an Oscar for his role as Gordon Gekko, the ruthless corporate raider who takes a young stockbroker named Bud Fox, played by Charlie Sheen, under his wing. […]

Trump, Rejecting Calls to Stay Away, Speaks at Civil Rights Museum

Paired with a second museum that aims to document the state’s overall history, the civil rights museum has drawn praise from the movement’s veterans as an honest depiction of Mississippi’s past.Emmett Till, a 14-year-old African-American boy, was lynched in 1955 by a white mob in Money, Miss. And one of the most infamous episodes of the civil rights era took place in Philadelphia, Miss., where three civil rights activists — Michael Schwerner, James Chaney and Andrew Goodman — were killed while trying to register voters in the summer of 1964.Those who made a point of skipping the president’s speech — including John Lewis, the civil rights leader and Democratic congressman from Georgia — cited his equivocal remarks after the summer’s racially tinged violence in Charlottesville, Va., and described Mr […]

Michael Flynn, Oscar Pistorius, Black Friday: Your Friday Briefing

• Best of late-night TV. Our roundup will return on Tuesday. • Quotation of the day. “People’s willingness to wait is, in some sense, proportional to the perceived value of whatever they’re waiting to acquire. Even if they don’t know what the line is for, they reason that whatever’s at the end of it must be fantastically valuable.” Continue reading the main story — Richard Larson, a professor at M.I.T. […]