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Publisher: 'Mein Kampf' proceeds to aid Holocaust survivors
New York's FDR Library to mark 75th anniversary
Ex-Navy serviceman admits to enticing minors online
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A former Navy serviceman from Connecticut has admitted to recording underage girls performing sex acts during video chats.
Tanker hits 3 moored sailboats on Maine-New Hampshire border
NEW CASTLE, N.H. (AP) — The U.S. Coast Guard is working to determine why an oil tanker hit three moored sailboats in a river on the Maine-New Hampshire border.
Istanbul airport attackers seized on chaos to cause carnage
British politicians battle to lead Brexit aftermath
A week in Brexitstan
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Cyclist in northern US killed by grizzly bear
A grizzly bear attacks and kills a cyclist just outside Glacier National Park, police in the northern US state of Montana say.
Deutsche Bank and Santander fail US stress test
Nearly all large US banks pass the Federal Reserves annual stress test, with only Europes Deutsche Bank and Santander failing.
Brexit: Singapore bank UOB suspends London property loans
Singapores UOB suspends its loan programme for London properties, citing uncertainty caused by the UKs vote to leave the European Union.
Duterte to be sworn in as Philippines president
The controversial former mayor of Davao, Rodrigo Duterte, is to be sworn in as Philippines president in Manila, after a landslide election win.
Oscars push for more gender and ethnical diversity
Oscar organisers invite a record number of new members to vote in the next Academy Awards, in response to sharp criticism about lack of diversity.
Environmental winners announced
The winning entries in the Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016 competition are announced.
US compensates Cameroon family for child killed by UN car
The US has compensated the family of a Cameroon boy who was struck and killed by a vehicle in UN Ambassador Samantha Powers motorcade.
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Trump vs. the GOP: Candidate rips rivals who broke pledge
Republicans are trying to embrace Donald Trump -- but he isnt making it easy.
Newlyweds hid during Istanbul attacks
Less than a week ago, they were newlywed lovebirds, enjoying a honeymoon. But amid automatic gunfire and screaming victims, Steven Nabil and Narneem Shorees became convinced that their recent nuptials would soon be followed by funerals.
Did Cuban migrants send S.O.S. note?
The handwritten letter relays a desperate message: S.O.S. Please help me.
Carnage haunts Orlando 1st responders
They cant shake the images from their minds.
World's largest uncut diamond goes on sale
Lesedi La Rona, a 1,109-carat diamond found in Botswana, is expected to sell for $70 million at an auction on June 29, 2016.
Trump rips GOP rivals who broke pledge
Donald Trump on Wednesday said his former Republican primary rivals who have refused to support him in November should be barred from running for public office again.
Poll: Clinton extends lead over Trump
Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by six points, 44% to 38%, in a Fox News poll of registered voters released Wednesday.
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Los Angeles votes to put $1.2B homeless measure on November ballot
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Grizzly bear attack kills person in Glacier National Park
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SPLIT DECISION: Democratic election regulators voted to punish Fox News for expanding Republica(...)
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Miller's hot coal warning
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'Pyonghattan'? Kim Jong Un orders North Koreans to build more skyscrapers - Propaganda video al(...)
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Grizzly bear attack kills person in Glacier National Park
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Michael Phelps qualifies for 5th Olympics, first male swimmer to do so
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Duterte sworn in as president of Philippines
Rodrigo Duterte has been sworn in as president of the Philippines, with some hoping his maverick style will energize the country but others fearing he will undercut one of Asia’s liveliest democracies amid threats to kill criminals en masse.
Tough-talking Rodrigo Duterte has been sworn in as president of the Philippines
Tough-talking Rodrigo Duterte has been sworn in as president of the Philippines.
AP PHOTOS: Shantytown tours offer different view of Peru
Shacks cling precariously to sandy hillsides. The flat roofs of board-and-tin hovels stretch as far as the eye can see on treeless moonscapes. Humble meals are served on battered plates.
Philippines’ new vice president sworn into office
Leni Robredo has been sworn in as the new vice president of the Philippines, and has promised to help bring prosperity to Filipinos on the fringes of society.
Maradona urges Argentines to leave Messi alone over quitting
Soccer great Diego Maradona is urging fellow Argentines to leave Lionel Messi alone over the current star’s decision to retire from Argentina’s national team following its loss to Chile in the Copa America championship match.
Vietnam sentences Australian to death for heroin trafficking
A court in southern Vietnam has sentenced an Australian citizen to death for heroin trafficking.
Asian shares mostly up as markets get over Brexit shock
Asian shares were mostly up Thursday as markets continued to gradually get over the shock set off by Britain’s vote last week to leave the European Union.
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Puerto Rico still seen defaulting on debt even with rescue law
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Investors in Puerto Ricos debt-burdened economy still face risks of default on some of the islands $70 billion in debt even after the U.S. Congress on Wednesday created a powerful federal oversight board to manage credit
Senate passes Puerto Rico debt bill, sends to Obama
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate gave solid approval on Wednesday to a relief plan to help Puerto Rico address its $70 billion debt, sending the measure to President Obama for his signing into law just ahead of a possible
China slams South China Sea case as court set to rule
BEIJING/AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - An international court said it would deliver a hotly anticipated ruling in the Philippines case against China over the South China Sea on July 12, drawing an immediate rebuke from Beijing, which rejects the tribunals jurisdiction.
Briton indicted on weapons charges over Trump rally incident
(Reuters) - A federal grand jury on Wednesday indicted a British man on weapons charges, alleging he tried to steal a gun from a policeman during a Las Vegas rally for Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
U.S.-led strikes pound Islamic State in Iraq, kill 250 fighters
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S.-led coalition aircraft waged a series of deadly strikes against Islamic State around the city of Falluja on Wednesday, U.S. officials told Reuters, with one official citing a preliminary estimate of at least 250 fighters killed and
Fresh details spur debate on police response to Orlando massacre
(Reuters) - The release of police dispatch records offering new details from witnesses of the Orlando nightclub massacre provided fresh grist on Wednesday for the debate about whether law enforcement waited too long to take out the gunman.
No fanfare as Philippines' Duterte prepares to take office
MANILA (Reuters) - There will be no fancy vin dhonneur at Rodrigo Dutertes inauguration as president of the Philippines on Thursday, just simple fare at a low-key event. Then he will get straight down to the business of crushing crime,
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How a rich city spent $283K fighting a gigantic hedge
Three lawsuits have been filed over a 25-foot hedge in Indian Wells. One asks for $10M.       
Why Wisconsin makes sex-assault victims wait
System for investigating sexual assault cases forces survivors to travel, wait for exams.       
3 suspected gang members indicted in Labor Day parade death of Brooklyn lawyer
A Brooklyn grand jury indicted three suspected gang members Wednesday in the shooting death of a well-liked Harvard Law School graduate who...    
'Extreme Mustang Makeover': Taming Judd
Nevadan trains wild horse for Extreme Mustang Makeover competition       
Ryan downplays any differences with Trump on trade
House Speaker Paul Ryan says hes on the same page as presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump when it comes to trade deals.    
Fla. gov. declares emergency due to algae bloom
Biologist: Dead fish sinking to the bottom of the river and being eaten by scavengers.       
Artist embarks on Tennessee River 'shantyboat' trip
Wes Modes will record the personal stories of people who live and work on the river.       
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'Future Shock' Author Alvin Toffler Dies at 87
Toffler is also credited with having coined the term information overload to describe peoples struggle to keep with exponentially expanding data.
Illinois Gun Shop Raffles AR-15 for Orlando Victims
The weapon being offered by Second Amendment Sports is similar to the gun used to kill 49 people and wound dozens more in a gay nightclub June 12.
Nightly News Full Broadcast (June 29th)
In Wednesday nights broadcast: Inside the attack at the Istanbul airport, Tom Brokaw with Vice President Biden on his mission to find a cancer cure, and college graduates homecoming.
Obama Given Rapturous Welcome in Canada
Before a rapturous Canadian House of Commons, Obama grappled with grim and chaotic news, and he talked up the extraordinary Canada-U.S. alliance.
World's Second-Largest Diamond Fails to Sell at Auction
Sothebys failed to find a buyer for the worlds second-largest diamond as no bidder met the undisclosed minimum price for the tennis ball-size gem.
Cuba Wants Convicted Spy Released in U.S. Prisoner Swap
Cuba is pressing for release of Ana Montes, one of the most damaging spies in U.S. history. The U.S. may seek custody of an escaped cop killer.
U.S. Accuses Russian Warship of 'Unsafe' Maneuver
A Russian frigate allegedly kept moving closer to a U.S. destroyer under a false flag that indicated it had limited ability to maneuver.
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House Benghazi Report Finds No New Evidence of Wrongdoing by Hillary Clinton
Ending one of the longest, costliest and most bitterly partisan congressional investigations in history, the Select Committee on Benghazi issued its report.
Gowdy Says Washington Erred on Benghazi
After a report found no new evidence of wrongdoing by Hillary Clinton in the 2012 attacks in Libya, Representative Trey Gowdy of South Carolina criticized Washington’s actions at the time.
Donald Trump Vows to Rip Up Trade Deals and Confront China
Reading from a script for the second time in two weeks, Mr. Trump hammered away at familiar economic grievances in a state crucial to his chances in November.
E.U. Leaders Divided Over How to Respond to ‘Brexit’ Vote
Britain’s political crisis deepened Tuesday, with lawmakers from the opposition Labour Party adopting a no-confidence vote in their leader, Jeremy Corbyn.
Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of Britain’s Labour Party, Loses No-Confidence Vote
The decision reflected sharp divisions between the party’s leadership and its grass-roots base after Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.
News Analysis: Leaders of ‘Brexit’ Campaign, Having Won, Turn to Managing Expectations
A change in tone may be necessary, analysts say, but it also holds considerable political peril for Boris Johnson and other Conservative Party leaders.
California Today: How Badly Do You Want That New Rail Line?
We’re trying something new: California Today, a morning update for our California readers. Tell us what you’d like to see: CAtoday@nytimes.com
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Rodrigo Duterte Has Been Sworn In as President of the Philippines
Here are the five big challenges he will face in his term
Watch as Canadian Lawmakers Chant for ‘Four More Years’ of Obama
The U.S. president addressed Canadian lawmakers during the North American Leaders Summit
Michael Phelps Qualifies for His Fifth Olympics, Setting a U.S. Record
He now gets yet another chance to add to his record medal haul
Andrew Luck Becomes the Highest Paid Player in NFL History
I am thrilled and excited, Luck said in a statement released by the Colts
Watch Tom Hanks Play a Hero Pilot in the Trailer For Sully
Its the story of that miraculous U.S. Airways crash-landing in the Hudson River
Lady Gaga and 48 Other Celebrities Pay Tribute to Victims of Orlando Shooting in Video
A group of 49 celebrities shared stories about each victim
The FDA Says You Shouldn’t Eat Raw Cookie Dough
Because of an outbreak linked to contaminated flour
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Yankees stun Rangers with six in 9th, win on Didi Gregorius' homer
It was CC Sabathia on Tuesday, with the reasonable voice of an elder statesman, who said now was the time for the Yankees to play with urgency. Before that, it was Brian Cashman who said these were the days that
Audit: Middle Country school district piled up millions in surpluses
State auditors have accused the Middle Country school district of repeatedly overestimating costs of employee benefits and other expenses from July 2012 through November 2015, by amounts ranging from $16.2 million to $18.3 million each year.
Badgley and Mischka list their Oyster Bay Cove house for sale
Fashion designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka have put their Tuscan-villa-style Oyster Bay Cove home on the market for $1.895 million.
Favorite outdoor dining spots on Long Island
Check out some inviting destinations that are more pleasurable in the open air.
Thomas Suozzi savors Democratic primary win
Former Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi on Wednesday savored his first step toward a possible political comeback following a victory in a low-turnout congressional primary Tuesday that relied heavily on grassroots efforts in Queens and his home base of Glen
Cartoonists on Hillary Clinton
Editorial cartoonists draw on the past and future of Hillary Clinton.
Mayor Bill de Blasio's social media director quits via Facebook
Mayor Bill de Blasios social media director abruptly quit after less than two months on the job -- and took to Facebook to say he resigned for the sake of my health and my sanity.
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