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We’re covering a new effort to restrict asylum seekers, the reappearance of the Islamic State leader and today’s Tony Award nominations.
President Trump on Monday issued new measures — including application fees and work permit restraints — aimed at asylum seekers at the southwestern border and ordered that cases in clogged immigration courts be settled within 180 days.
Mr. Trump has given officials 90 days to come up with a plan to carry out those instructions.
Catch up: The administration has already tried to restrict the daily number of asylum applications, who qualifies for asylum and where migrants must wait for a resolution.
The details: About 20 percent of asylum seekers gain the right to live and work in the U.S. Applicants must show evidence of past persecution and establish a “well founded” fear that they would face danger if they returned home.
The outbreak is now the worst in decades, federal officials said on Monday, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention renewed a call to vaccinate children.
More than 500 of the 704 cases recorded as of Friday involved people who had not been vaccinated, many of them under the age of 5, the C.D.C. reported. In New York, an epicenter of the outbreak, two Orthodox Jewish schools were closed for failing to comply with an order to exclude unvaccinated children.
Explainer: We answer questions about measles, including about the safety of the vaccine.
The Islamic State on Monday released an 18-minute video of its leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. It was his first appearance since 2014, when he declared himself the leader of the terrorist group.
In the video, Mr. al-Baghdadi praised the bombers who killed more than 250 people in Sri Lanka and said “jihad will continue,” despite the loss of territory in Iraq and Syria.
On the ground: Retaking the Islamic State’s territory in Syria was hailed as a milestone victory. But our reporter found cities there in shambles: overwhelmed by rubble and still under attack from ISIS.
Related: Sri Lanka’s president called today for the lifting of a temporary ban on several social media networks that was intended to prevent the spread of misinformation after the Easter attacks.
For decades, companies have been able to avoid corporate taxes, but the number of those paying zero roughly doubled last year as a result of provisions in President Trump’s 2017 tax bill. Amazon had an effective tax rate of below zero — receiving a rebate — on income of .8 billion.
Several Democratic presidential candidates have called for change, arguing that corporations should be accountable for wage inequality and its effects on low- and middle-income workers. Our reporters went to Ohio to see whether that message was resonating.
Yesterday: The Labor Department said that workers for an unidentified company could be treated as contractors rather than employees, signaling the Trump administration’s approach to the growing gig economy.If you have 7 minutes, this is worth itWho killed Atlanta’s children?
Forty years ago, the city was terrorized by a serial killer who abducted two dozen children, mostly African-American boys. No one was charged, but most cases were closed after a suspect was sent to prison for killing two adults.
Last month, Atlanta’s mayor, Keisha Lance Bottoms, ordered the cases reopened and the evidence retested using the latest DNA technology. Ms. Bottoms said she hoped the new investigation would “help bring some peace to the families who for so long have felt like they were forgotten.”
Targeting the Muslim Brotherhood: The Trump administration is said to be pushing to designate the Islamist political movement as a foreign terrorist organization. The move follows a White House visit by President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt, who is politically opposed to the group.
Trump sues banks: President Trump, his three eldest children and his private company have filed a lawsuit against Deutsche Bank and Capital One to prevent the lenders from responding to congressional subpoenas.
Challenge in Venezuela: The opposition leader Juan Guaidó called today for mass protests backed by the military, a direct challenge to the government of President Nicolás Maduro.
Rod Rosenstein to resign: The deputy attorney general plans to leave the Justice Department on May 11, ending a two-year tenure that was overshadowed by the special counsel’s Russia investigation.
No Senate run for Stacey Abrams: The former candidate for Georgia governor announced today that she would not run for the U.S. Senate next year. She had been courted aggressively by national Democrats to enter that race.
Perspective: Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, who was shot in his synagogue in Poway, Calif., on Saturday, described his experience for our Opinion section. “All I can do is try to find meaning in what has happened,” he writes.
Snapshot: Above, Emperor Akihito, left, at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo today, when he became Japan’s first monarch in more than two centuries to abdicate. Akihito’s eldest son, Naruhito, succeeds him.
In memoriam: John Singleton’s debut film, “Boyz N the Hood,” earned him an Oscar nomination for best director, the first for an African-American. He died on Monday at 51.
Tony Awards: The Broadway musical “Hadestown” was nominated in 14 categories, while “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “Network” were snubbed for the biggest awards. We have a full list of the nominees.
Late-night comedy: The hosts noted a Washington Post report that President Trump has made more than 10,000 false or misleading claims: “Man, if Trump had a dollar for every lie he’s told, he’d say he had a billion dollars,” Stephen Colbert said.
What we’re reading: This essay from Polygon. “Like many of us, Shawn Kittelsen was fed up with the effect on his health from long hours spent sitting,” says Jennifer Jett, an editor in Hong Kong. “He got results with virtual-reality exercise games like archery, boxing, rock-climbing and, his favorite, light sabers.”Now, a break from the news
Cook: For big flavor in record time, make herby pork larb with chile.
Watch: Lisa Hanawalt, the illustrator behind “BoJack Horseman,” has created “Tuca & Bertie,” about two 30-something bird-women. “It was important to me to show that women are gross,” she said.
Read: “Spring” is the most political book thus far in Ali Smith’s earthy and humane series. Its heart is worn far out on its sleeve, our critic writes.
Go: Bereavement wears a black bathrobe in “Grief Is the Thing With Feathers,” playing at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn.
Smarter Living: If you have a sports-related injury, take a cue from the writer of our Running newsletter, who sustained a stress fracture. Revise your goals to take the time to heal, and make avoiding re-injury a priority. Remember that some workout is better than no workout, so reward yourself for keeping fit.
And we have guidance on how to declutter and speed up your smartphone.
The World Snooker Championship is underway in Sheffield, England. A variation of billiards, snooker is a mass-audience sport in Britain, thanks in part to a quirk of television history.
In 1969, the country’s first color channel, BBC2 — whose controller at the time was David Attenborough — seized on the game, with its green table and colored balls, as a supremely effective way to get hours of programming from its few color cameras.
And gripping programs they were, full of soft-spoken announcers and occasionally hard-drinking players. Plus, tracking the balls made you want a color TV set. (“For those of you watching in black and white,” ran one famous line of commentary, “the pink is next to the green.”)
Regular broadcasts grew in popularity even when color TV became routine. Britain’s record TV audience after midnight remains the 18.5 million who stayed up to see the 1985 world championship come down to a single ball.
Snooker has never been quite as exciting, but this year’s final culminates on Monday.
In the U.S., it will be broadcast via an online subscription service; in several other countries, you can watch on Facebook.
That’s it for this briefing. Student loan debt has become a hot-button issue, and we’d like to understand how paying for university varies around the world. Tell us your story here.
Thank youMark Josephson, Eleanor Stanford and Kenneth R. Rosen provided the break from the news. Peter Robins, an editor in our London newsroom, wrote today’s Back Story. You can reach the team at email@example.com.
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【唐】【风】【运】【完】【功】【之】【后】，【轻】【轻】【地】【感】【觉】【了】【一】【下】，【觉】【得】【金】【玲】【体】【内】【的】【肿】【瘤】【君】【还】【没】【有】【长】【成】，【还】【不】【是】【采】【摘】【的】【时】【候】，【即】【便】【这】【样】，【但】【即】【便】【是】【这】【样】【的】【肿】【瘤】【君】【依】【然】【是】【能】【够】【要】【了】【金】【玲】【的】【性】【命】【了】。 【可】【见】【这】【肿】【瘤】【君】【是】【多】【么】【的】【霸】【道】。 【而】【唐】【风】【运】【往】【金】【玲】【体】【内】【的】【元】【气】，【自】【然】【也】【会】【助】【长】【肿】【瘤】【君】【的】【发】【育】。【因】【为】【元】【气】【在】【金】【玲】【的】【体】【内】【会】【化】【作】【金】【玲】【的】【生】【命】【赖】【以】【生】【存】【的】
【第】【二】【天】，【黄】【放】【见】【到】【许】【明】【伟】【后】，【把】【秦】【烟】【写】【好】【的】【大】【纲】【拿】【给】【他】【看】。 【许】【明】【伟】【看】【了】【两】【遍】，【觉】【得】【这】【个】【故】【事】【要】【是】【出】【版】，【肯】【定】【能】【赚】【到】【不】【少】【眼】【泪】，【当】【然】【还】【有】【钞】【票】。 【不】【过】… 【秦】【烟】【把】【这】【对】【苦】【命】【鸳】【鸯】【的】【结】【局】【写】【的】【是】【不】【是】【太】【凄】【惨】【了】？ 【华】【安】【出】【版】【社】【有】【负】【责】【青】【春】【文】【学】【出】【版】【的】【编】【辑】，【每】【天】【都】【能】【收】【到】【不】【少】【投】【稿】，【其】【中】【有】【公】【司】【投】【稿】，【还】【有】【个】【人】【投】
【然】【而】【此】【时】【的】【他】【已】【经】【到】【了】【别】【无】【选】【择】【的】【地】【步】，【放】【弃】【是】【死】，【唯】【有】【坚】【持】【下】【去】【才】【能】【有】【机】【会】，【那】【么】【多】【次】【在】【生】【死】【边】【缘】【徘】【徊】，【对】【于】【生】【命】，【有】【着】【超】【乎】【常】【人】【的】【理】【解】，【自】【是】【不】【可】【逆】【轻】【易】【放】【弃】，【虽】【然】【此】【刻】【他】【的】【身】【体】【承】【受】【着】【痛】【苦】。 【视】【其】【面】【容】，【额】【头】【青】【筋】【暴】【起】，【体】【内】【气】【息】【翻】【转】【如】【涌】，【体】【内】【伤】【势】【不】【断】【出】【现】，【而】【那】【白】【雾】【又】【在】【慢】【慢】【温】【养】【着】【伤】【势】，【如】【此】【短】【暂】【的】www811333con九龙论坛【三】【级】【之】【后】，【乌】【鸦】【的】【消】【耗】【能】【力】【变】【得】【更】【强】【了】，【因】【为】【自】【家】【蜘】【蛛】【又】【转】【到】【了】【上】【路】，【苏】【酥】【可】【以】【很】【放】【心】【的】【去】【消】【耗】【压】【线】，【剑】【姬】【的】【血】【量】【很】【快】【就】【到】【了】【半】【血】。 【卡】【萨】：“【越】【塔】？【青】【钢】【影】【在】【石】【头】【人】，【估】【计】【要】【保】【一】【下】【上】【路】【的】。 ”【苏】【酥】：“【可】【以】【越】，【注】【意】【抗】【塔】。” 【决】【策】【很】【迅】【速】【的】【就】【开】【始】【执】【行】【了】，【苏】【酥】E【技】【能】【先】【手】【拉】，【被】【剑】【姬】【的】W【技】【能】【劳】【伦】【特】【心】
【老】【道】【苦】【笑】【一】【声】，【托】【着】【手】【里】【的】【补】【天】【石】，【无】【辜】【的】【看】【了】【看】【萧】【尘】。 【萧】【尘】【一】【脸】【坏】【笑】，【拉】【住】【要】【去】【敲】【人】【的】【猴】【哥】，【一】【指】【伍】【胖】【子】：“【猴】【哥】，【搞】【错】【人】【了】，【补】【天】【石】【是】【这】【胖】【子】【拿】【出】【来】【的】，【你】【要】【找】【他】。” 【伍】【胖】【子】【的】【脸】【色】【瞬】【间】【变】【成】【死】【灰】【色】，【一】【把】【抱】【住】【老】【道】【腿】，【大】【哭】【起】【来】：“【道】【祖】【救】【我】。” 【猴】【哥】【大】【怒】，【眼】【中】【金】【光】【暴】【闪】，【身】【形】【如】【大】【鹏】【一】【般】【跃】【起】，
“【热】【插】【拔】【技】【术】！” 【站】【在】【第】【一】【实】【验】【大】【厅】【里】【面】【一】【座】【实】【验】【台】【前】，【康】【拉】【德】【高】【兴】【地】【对】【兰】【恩】【介】【绍】【道】。 “【应】【用】【了】【这】【项】【技】【术】，【用】【户】【可】【以】【在】【不】【切】【断】【电】【源】【的】【情】【况】【下】，【取】【出】、【更】【换】、【新】【增】【诸】【如】【硬】【盘】、【板】【卡】【等】【部】【件】，【可】【以】【称】【呼】【它】【们】【热】【替】【换】、【热】【添】【加】、【热】【升】【级】。【这】【种】【技】【术】，【能】【够】【极】【大】【提】【升】【扩】【展】【性】【和】【灵】【活】【性】！” 【兰】【恩】【连】【连】【点】【头】。 【他】【还】【以】
【玉】【贞】【邀】【请】【沈】【蝶】【舞】【留】【她】【这】【里】【过】【年】，【沈】【蝶】【舞】【先】【是】【拒】【绝】，【耐】【不】【住】【玉】【贞】【热】【情】，【最】【后】【还】【是】【答】【应】【了】。 【这】【么】【多】【人】【聚】【在】【一】【起】【过】【年】，【这】【也】【是】【玉】【贞】【始】【料】【不】【及】【的】，【也】【幸】【好】【家】【里】【备】【足】【了】【米】【面】【粮】【油】【和】【菜】【蔬】【肉】【食】，【不】【过】【厨】【房】【却】【没】【准】【备】【这】【么】【多】【人】【的】【午】【饭】，【管】【家】【问】【玉】【贞】【怎】【么】【办】？ 【玉】【贞】【有】【办】【法】，【让】【云】【拂】【衣】【和】【丑】【妹】【并】【祝】【九】【娘】【先】【吃】，【因】【为】【云】【拂】【衣】【有】【两】【个】【孩】【子】