Chinese Markets Uneasy After Huge Sell-Off
ShanghaiÃ¢ÂÂs main share index fell as much as 5 percent as trading opened on Tuesday, adding to an 8.5 percent plunge on Monday. But the index recovered a bit by midday.
Goals Diverge and Perils Remain as U.S. and Turkey Take on ISIS
The two countries will clear the Islamic State forces out of a 60-mile-long strip along the Turkish border, a major step toward increasing pressure on the militant group.
Executive Departure Draws Attention to Bank of AmericaÃ¢ÂÂs Growth Strategy
The departure of Bank of AmericaÃ¢ÂÂs chief financial officer stunned analysts, and raised new questions about the ability of the bankÃ¢ÂÂs chief executive, Brian T. Moynihan, to keep it moving forward.
Boy Scouts End Ban on Gay Leaders, Over Protests by Mormon Church
The change will head off looming discrimination lawsuits but will still allow church-based units to exclude gay adults. The Mormon Church, the countryÃ¢ÂÂs largest sponsor of Scout units, said it might leave.
Chinese Shares Tumble Again
On Monday, the main Shanghai share index plunged 8.5 percent; the volatility continued on Tuesday morning, with Shanghai stocks opening down 4.4 percent before recovering somewhat.
Hillary Clinton Lays Out Climate Change Plan
Focusing on an issue that resonates with Democrats, Mrs. Clinton set a goal to produce 33 percent of the nationÃ¢ÂÂs electricity from renewable sources by 2027.
EditorsÃ¢ÂÂ Note: Clinton Email Coverage
Times coverage of Hillary Rodham ClintonÃ¢ÂÂs use of an email account involved corrections and changes that may have left readers with a confused picture.
Political Memo: As the G.O.P. Base Clamors for Confrontation, Candidates Oblige
A breach within the Republican Party widens, with some congressional leaders becoming the brunt of ideological and even personal attacks.
Family of Sandra Bland Seeks Answers With Multiple Inquiries Into Case Underway
A sister of Sandra Bland described receiving a joyful text message on a Friday, and on Monday, the family was notified of Ms. BlandÃ¢ÂÂs death in a Texas jail.
Problems Plague System to Check Gun Buyers
The one system that gun rights and gun control advocates both agree on, the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, has major gaps.
La Guardia Airport to Be Overhauled by 2021, Cuomo and Biden Say
The New York City airport, mocked for its decay and delays, will be rebuilt by 2021, at a cost of about $4 billion, Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced.
Muslims in Moscow Work to Break a Stereotype
As the political landscape shifts in Russia, Muslims, who were once frequently stigmatized, see an opportunity to redefine their role in society.
BostonÃ¢ÂÂs Bid for Summer Olympics Is Terminated
The U.S. Olympic Committee killed the cityÃ¢ÂÂs bid hours after Mayor Martin J. Walsh said he would not sign a document making city taxpayers liable for cost overruns related to the 2024 Summer Olympics.
Issues Mount as Negotiators Gather to Wrap Up Trans-Pacific Trade Pact
The challenges make the prospect of closing a deal on the Trans-Pacific Partnership by the end of the week highly uncertain.
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Review: Nicki Minaj Raps Life Lessons at Barclays Center
Convening her faithful, Ms. Minaj wove aphorisms and pep talks between songs in Brooklyn. The night also included Meek Mill and Lil Wayne.
Fetal Tissue From Abortions for Research Is Traded in a Gray Zone
Controversy over the buying and selling of products derived from aborted fetuses has raised questions about what many scientists say is a unique research tool.
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Ex-President Who Pushed a Nuclear India, Dies at 83
Nicknamed Ã¢ÂÂthe Missile Man of India,Ã¢ÂÂ Dr. Kalam was one of his countryÃ¢ÂÂs most beloved figures for his role in advancing its nuclear program.
Harlem Principal Said She Forged Test Answers, Education Dept. Says
The principal, Jeanene Worrell-Breeden of Teachers College Community School, said she had done so because students had not finished the exams, according to a memorandum released Monday.
F.B.I. Emphasizes Speed as ISIS Exhorts Individuals to Attack
The bureauÃ¢ÂÂs strategy of patiently tracking suspected terror sympathizers has given way to a faster-moving approach amid fears about attacks on U.S. soil.
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