Donald Trumpâs Campaign Stumbles as It Tries to Go Big
The limits of the presumptive Republican nomineeâs managerial style, reliant on his gut and built around his unpredictable personality, are becoming apparent.
Nebraskaâs Ben Sasse: A âNever Trumpâ Holdout in the Senate
To the consternation of many in his stateâs Republican Party, Mr. Sasse, 44, has called for someone to challenge Donald J. Trump, the partyâs presumptive presidential nominee.
Die-Hard Bernie Sanders Backers See F.B.I. as Answer to Their Prayers
Some regard the inquiry into Hillary Clintonâs use of a private email server while secretary of state as a key to getting their candidate nominated.
Donald Trump Rejects Offer to Debate Bernie Sanders
The presumptive Republican nominee said âit seems inappropriate that I would debate the second-place finisherâ in the Democratic contest.
Behind Long Airport Lines, a Chain of T.S.A. Cuts, Missteps and Crises
With the Transportation Security Administration struggling with shrinking resources and low staff morale, an expert said that âa structural change is needed.â
At Hiroshima Memorial, Obama Says Nuclear Arms Require âMoral Revolutionâ
âTechnological progress without an equivalent progress in human institutions can doom us,â said Mr. Obama, the first sitting American president to visit the city.
Hiroshima Survivor Cries, and Obama Gives Him a Hug
Shigeaki Mori, who was 8 when the United States dropped the bomb, spent decades researching the fates of American P.O.W.s killed in Hiroshima.
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12 New Books Weâre Reading This Summer (and 6 Not So New)
The Timesâs book critics and staff members have each chosen three books: two that will be published this summer and one older title that theyâve set aside for longer and warmer days.
Silicon Valley Journal: Tech Titans Raise Their Guard, Pushing Back Against News Media
The leaders of Silicon Valley are becoming more cautious and elusive, even as their products make the world more transparent.
At 96, Dr. Heimlich Uses His Own Maneuver on Choking Victim
âA piece of meat with a little bone attached flew out of her mouth,â Dr. Henry J. Heimlich, 96, who is credited with inventing the technique, said of saving a woman in Cincinnati.
Top C.E.O. Pay Fell â Yes, Fell â in 2015
While the top-paid chief executives at the nationâs largest companies received an average of $19 million last year, that figure was down from 2014.
They Tilt Right, but Top C.E.O.s Donât Give to Trump
An analysis of political donation from chief executives shows broad support for Republican candidates. Except for the presumptive nominee.
Fair Game: Where More Women Are on Boards, Executive Pay Is Higher
An analysis by Equilar last year found that among 100 large companies, those with greater gender diversity on their boards paid their chief executives about 15 percent more.
Plane Crashed in Hudson River, Coast Guard Says
Rescue vessels were responding to reports that an aircraft with one person onboard was in the water off West 79th Street in Manhattan, the Coast Guard said.
Verizon and Unions Reach Accord to End Strike, U.S. Says
The Labor Department said the company and two unions were nailing down contract language to submit to nearly 40,000 workers on strike since mid-April.
Rafael Nadal Out of French Open With Wrist Injury
Fridayâs announcement by Nadal, the nine-time French Open champion, sent a shock wave through Roland Garros.
23 More Athletes Suspected of Doping Could Be Kept From Rio Games
Scrutiny of London Olympiansâ doping samples has put athletes from six countries under new suspicion, the I.O.C. said.
Chris Christie Approves Financial Rescue Plan for Atlantic City
The struggling seaside resort in New Jersey must meet several measures to avoid bankruptcy, or the state will take over, according to the legislation.
Study Linking Tumors in Rats to Cellphones Raises a Host of Questions
Researchers found that the type of radiation emitted by cellphones had a slightly higher risk of developing cancer, but other experts cast doubt on the findings.
Talk: B.J. Novak Thinks Actors Are Bad at Playing Writers
The actor and app developer on democratizing writing, why Ethan Hawke is too hot to be a writer and avenging his ghostwriter fatherâs anonymity.
You Know You Should Use Sunscreen. But Are You Using It Right?
Tips from experts on skin cancer prevention and using sunscreen that youâre less likely to have heard.
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