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New York Times : politics
09  décembre     07h07
In Las Vegas, Biden Speaks the Name He Often Doesn’t
Luke Broadwater and Glenn Thrush    The president openly attacked his predecessor, former President Donald J. Trump, deploying direct criticism he has frequently avoided, at an event announcing billions for high speed rail service.
In Iowa, Nikki Haley Looks Beyond Her Rivals’ Attacks
Stephanie Saul and Anna Betts    In her first campaign stop since Wednesday’s heated Republican debate, Ms. Haley suggested that fierce criticism from her opponents continued to not be worth her time.
Fears of a NATO Withdrawal Rise as Trump Seeks a Return to Power
Danny Hakim    Current and former European diplomats said there was growing concern a second Trump presidency could mean an American retreat from the continent and a gutting of NATO.
08  décembre     23h57
U.S. Sticks to Its Position on Israel as Gaza Crisis Deepens
Catie Edmondson    The Biden administration is pressing Israel to do more to protect civilians. But it has not publicly discussed any consequences if it does not.
Hunter Biden Indictment Fuels Impeachment Inquiry at a Critical Time
Alan Feuer and Charlie Savage    The charges against the president’s son may add momentum to the investigation just as House Republicans are holding a vote to formally authorize it, but they do nothing to implicate President Biden.
Ethan Crumbley, Who Killed 4 in Michigan School Shooting, Sentenced to Life
Eduardo Medina    The gunman, who carried out the deadliest high school shooting in the history of the state, will not be eligible for parole.
09  décembre     12h12
Kenneth Chesebro Is a Key Witness as Fake Electors’ Face Charges
   Kenneth Chesebro, an architect of the plan to deploy people claiming to be Trump electors in states won by President Biden, is cooperating with inquiries in Michigan, Arizona and Nevada.
08  décembre     20h05
Fund for Nuclear Waste Exposure Victims in Limbo as Congress Balks at Cost
   Bipartisan efforts to extend and expand a program granting compensation to victims of government caused nuclear contamination are faltering. It is set to expire in June.
Appeals Court Upholds Trump Gag Order in Election Case, but Narrows Terms
   The decision largely left in place an order limiting what the former president can say about his upcoming federal trial but allowed him more leeway to criticize Jack Smith, the special counsel.
Retail Group Retracts Startling Claim About Organized’ Shoplifting
   The National Retail Federation had said that nearly half of the industry’s . billion in missing merchandise in was the result of organized theft. It was likely closer to percent, experts say.