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The Cost of Running Guantánamo Bay: $13 Million Per Prisoner

The Cost of Running Guant\u00e1namo Bay: $13 Million Per Prisoner Set up nearly 18 years ago to house detainees in the war on terrorism, the prison on the remote naval base has grown into what appears to be the most expensive on earth.

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Why This Scientist Keeps Receiving Packages of Serial Killers’ Hair

Why This Scientist Keeps Receiving Packages of Serial Killers\u2019 Hair Getting sufficient DNA out of a rootless hair has long been considered impossible. A scientist, better known for work with ancient fossils, has figured it out. It’s a game-changer for crime and surveillance.

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During Kavanaugh Hearings, Senator Alerted F.B.I. to New Allegation

During Kavanaugh Hearings, Senator Alerted F.B.I. to New Allegation A Democratic senator expressed concern last year that the F.B.I. was not following up on allegations against the Supreme Court nominee.

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Age Isn’t Hurting 2020 Democratic Leaders, to Rivals’ Chagrin

Age Isn\u2019t Hurting 2020 Democratic Leaders, to Rivals\u2019 Chagrin Younger candidates are running as agents of generational change, but it is three septuagenarians who have emerged as the front-runners. And age-related attacks have not worked.

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Answers to Reader Questions on Our Brett Kavanaugh Essay

Answers to Reader Questions on Our Brett Kavanaugh Essay The Times’s deputy editorial page editor, James Dao, answers questions about how we handled an essay on the Supreme Court justice and a third accuser.

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The M.T.A.’s $54 Billion Plan to Transform Your Commute

The M.T.A.\u2019s $54 Billion Plan to Transform Your Commute Modern subway signals, new elevators and an extension of the Second Avenue line: The New York transit agency released its 5-year wish list.

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G.M. Workers Say They Sacrificed, and Now They Want Their Due

G.M. Workers Say They Sacrificed, and Now They Want Their Due Nearly 50,000 union members are striking for what they see as a fair share of the company’s hefty returns, a decade after its bankruptcy.

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Trump Says Iran Appears Responsible for Saudi Attack but That He Wants to Avoid War

Trump Says Iran Appears Responsible for Saudi Attack but That He Wants to Avoid War Mr. Trump, who has been trying to draw the Iranians into talks, appeared to seek a de-escalation, saying “I know they want to make a deal.”

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Trump’s Deference to Saudis in Setting Terms for How U.S. Should Respond to Attacks Touches a Nerve

Trump\u2019s Deference to Saudis in Setting Terms for How U.S. Should Respond to Attacks Touches a Nerve The president’s tweet set off a torrent of criticism from those who have long accused him of doing Riyadh’s bidding while sweeping Saudi violations of human rights and international norms under the rug.

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Trump Says U.S. and Japan Have Reached Initial Trade Agreement

Trump Says U.S. and Japan Have Reached Initial Trade Agreement The pact is expected to be limited in scope, but would give American farmers greater access to the Japanese market.

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