After Meeting Trump, a Myanmar Minister Faces Criminal Charges by BY RICHARD C. PADDOCK AND SAW NANG

By BY RICHARD C. PADDOCK AND SAW NANG In the Oval Office, a prominent Baptist minister accused the Myanmar military of oppression and torture. A colonel later filed a complaint against him. Published: September 3, 2019 at 01:24PM

Getting Your Medical Records Through an App? There’s a Catch. And a Fight. by BY NATASHA SINGER

By BY NATASHA SINGER Medical groups are warning that new federal data-sharing rules, enabling people to get their health records through a smartphone, could lead to invasions of privacy. Published: September 3, 2019 at 12:30PM

Hong Kong Was Once Passionate About China. Now, It’s Indifferent or Contemptuous. by BY ANDREW HIGGINS

By BY ANDREW HIGGINS Hong Kong’s intellectual and emotional links with the mainland, once strong, are withering, and this distance and disinterest could be the biggest threat facing Beijing. Published: September 3, 2019 at 12:29PM

Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Is Disheartened, but No Successor Is in Sight by BY KEITH BRADSHER

By BY KEITH BRADSHER Carrie Lam acknowledged that the protests have left her in turmoil, but vowed not to resign. Those close to Beijing say it would not let her even if she wanted to. Published: September 3, 2019 at 12:07PM

Abaco Islands, at a Remove From the Bahamas’ Resorts, Feel Hurricane’s Wrath by BY NEIL VIGDOR

By BY NEIL VIGDOR The small islands, sparsely populated by fishermen, manual laborers and migrants from Haiti, reportedly had thousands of homes damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Dorian. Published: September 3, 2019 at 09:53AM

France Dangles $15 Billion Bailout for Iran in Effort to Save Nuclear Deal by BY DAVID E. SANGER, STEVEN ERLANGER AND ADAM NOSSITER

By BY DAVID E. SANGER, STEVEN ERLANGER AND ADAM NOSSITER President Emmanuel Macron has proposed a deal to compensate Iran for lost oil sales in exchange for the country agreeing to return to compliance with the 2015 nuclear accord. Published: September 3, 2019 at 05:35AM

Texas Gunman: From Small-Time Troublemaker to Mass Killer by BY SARAH MERVOSH, LUCINDA HOLT AND MANNY FERNANDEZ

By BY SARAH MERVOSH, LUCINDA HOLT AND MANNY FERNANDEZ The man who sprayed gunfire across West Texas on Saturday lived a kind of drifter’s life, fighting to stay employed amid workplace disputes and clashes with the law. Published: September 3, 2019 at 04:23AM

El gobierno de Trump suspende la decisión de deportar a migrantes en tratamiento médico by BY MIRIAM JORDAN

By BY MIRIAM JORDAN Las autoridades dijeron que reconsiderarán la cancelación abrupta del permiso que protege de la deportación a quienes reciben atención médica vital, luego de recibir diversas críticas de expertos. Published: September 3, 2019 at 03:27AM

La misteriosa ‘epidemia’ que afecta a los vapeadores by BY SHEILA KAPLAN AND MATT RICHTEL

By BY SHEILA KAPLAN AND MATT RICHTEL Más de doscientos médicos en todo Estados Unidos tratan a pacientes que sufren misteriosas enfermedades que han puesto en riesgo su vida y están relacionadas con el vapeo. Published: September 3, 2019 at 01:27AM

North Korea Missile Tests, ‘Very Standard’ to Trump, Show Signs of Advancing Arsenal by BY DAVID E. SANGER AND WILLIAM J. BROAD

By BY DAVID E. SANGER AND WILLIAM J. BROAD American intelligence officials and outside experts say that Kim Jong-un is capitalizing on a diplomatic standoff with President Trump to significantly improve his arsenal. Published: September 3, 2019 at 01:25AM

A Debut Novel Reimagines the C.I.A.’s Efforts to Promote ‘Doctor Zhivago’ by BY JANET MASLIN

By BY JANET MASLIN In Lara Prescott’s “The Secrets We Kept,” young women participate in a covert plan to influence the Cold War using Boris Pasternak’s censored love story. Published: September 3, 2019 at 12:21AM

Faced With Criticism, Trump Administration Reverses Abrupt End to Humanitarian Relief by BY MIRIAM JORDAN

By BY MIRIAM JORDAN United States Citizenship and Immigration Services said it was reviewing a scaled back “deferred action” program to allow some migrants facing medical crises to stay in the country. Published: September 3, 2019 at 12:13AM

2020 Democrats Fan Out Across Iowa and New Hampshire on Labor Day by BY REID J. EPSTEIN AND MAGGIE ASTOR

By BY REID J. EPSTEIN AND MAGGIE ASTOR Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren were among those courting voters at picnic lunches, ice cream socials and town hall meetings. Published: September 2, 2019 at 10:11PM

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