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2011 - Biden Is Trying to Rein In Israel. Is It Working?
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  • 2011 - Biden Is Trying to Rein In Israel. Is It Working?

    As the cease-fire in Gaza has ended and the fierce fighting there has resumed, the United States has issued sharper warnings to Israel’s leaders that they have a responsibility to avoid civilian casualties. Peter Baker, The Times’s chief White House correspondent, discusses the public and private ways in which President Biden is trying to influence Israel’s conduct.

    Fri, 8 Dec 2023 - 37min
  • 2010 - Nikki Haley’s Moment

    Over the last few months, Nikki Haley has gained enough in the polls to suggest she is on the verge of surpassing Ron DeSantis as the main threat to Donald J. Trump in the race to become the Republican candidate for 2024. Jazmine Ulloa, a national politics reporter for The Times; and Nate Cohn, The Times’s chief political analyst, discuss her building momentum and examine how far she might go.

    Thu, 7 Dec 2023 - 29min
  • 2009 - Opioid Victims Have a Settlement. Will the Supreme Court Undo It?

    The opioid epidemic has been one of the biggest public health disasters in generations. The drug company at the heart of the crisis, Purdue Pharma, maker of the prescription painkiller OxyContin, agreed to a multibillion-dollar deal to settle thousands of claims against it — but that agreement would also grant the family behind the company, the Sacklers, immunity from additional civil lawsuits. Justices are now set to rule whether that settlement was legal. Abbie VanSickle, who covers the Supreme Court for The Times, explains what a decision either way could mean for the victims and for the people responsible.

    Wed, 6 Dec 2023 - 23min
  • 2008 - The Blurry Line Between Rap Star and Crime Boss

    As a racketeering trial begins in Atlanta, much of the focus is on the high-profile defendant, the best-selling rapper Young Thug. Joe Coscarelli, a culture reporter for The New York Times, explains why, in a sense, hip-hop itself is on trial.

    Tue, 5 Dec 2023 - 27min
  • 2007 - The Oct. 7 Warning That Israel Ignored

    In the weeks since Hamas carried out its devastating terrorist attack in southern Israel, Times journalists have been trying to work out why the Israeli security services failed to prevent such a huge and deadly assault. Ronen Bergman, a correspondent for The New York Times, tells the story of one of the warnings that Israel ignored.

    Mon, 4 Dec 2023 - 33min
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