On May 10, the New York Times’ daily news highlights included the following lead items:
In Hours, Thieves Took $45 Million in A.T.M. Scheme
By Marc Santora
The authorities said laptops and the Internet were used in more than two dozen countries to steal from A.T.M.’s, including 2,904 machines in New York City, in one day.
After Plant Explosion, Texas Remains Wary of Regulation
By Ian Urbina, Manny Fernandez and John Schwartz
Last month’s devastating blast in West, Tex., did little to shake local skepticism of government regulations, and recent efforts to push for more oversight have faced strong resistance.
Citrus Disease with No Cure Is Ravaging Florida’s Groves
By Lizette Alvarez
So far, efforts to find a way to stop the spread of citrus greening have failed, and the damage is growing increasingly extensive.
The Next Pandemic: Not If, but When
By David Quammen
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