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Supreme Court Defeat for Unions Upends a Liberal Money Base
Supreme Court Defeat for Unions Upends a Liberal Money Base
By NOAM SCHEIBER

Progressive groups getting tens of millions of dollars a year find their funding at risk given the expected drop in public-sector unions revenue.

In Denmark, Harsh New Laws for Immigrant Ghettos
In Denmark, Harsh New Laws for Immigrant Ghettos
By ELLEN BARRY and MARTIN SELSOE SORENSEN

The Danes, who have struggled to integrate non-Western families, are getting tough: From age 1, immigrant children will receive mandatory instruction in Danish culture.

Bulwark Against an Abortion Ban? Medical Advances
Bulwark Against an Abortion Ban? Medical Advances
By PAM BELLUCK and JAN HOFFMAN

Improved contraception and abortion pills mean the back-alley days are largely gone. But more restrictive abortion laws would especially affect poor and minority women.

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Editors' Picks
Fox News Once Gave Trump a Perch. Now Its His Bullhorn.

Business Day

Fox News Once Gave Trump a Perch. Now Its His Bullhorn.
By MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM

Fox & Friends and Sean Hannity rack up ratings victories while cheerleading for the president, whose approval numbers hit a high point in June.

Trumps Purple Family Values

Opinion

Trumps Purple Family Values
By MATTHEW SCHMITZ

Well-off conservatives and liberals object to the presidents sexism and infidelity. Working-class Americans have a more nuanced view.

QUOTATION OF THE DAY

"Nobody should tell me whether or how my daughter should go to preschool. Or when. Id rather lose my benefits than submit to force."

ROKHAIA NAASSAN, a child of immigrants who grew up in Denmark, on a new law based on location that ties welfare payments to sending her child to preschool for cultural assimilation.

Todays Videos
Thousands Across U.S. Protest Separations of Migrant Families
VideoVideo: Thousands Across U.S. Protest Separations of Migrant Families
By BARBARA MARCOLINI

More than 700 demonstrations took place on Saturday across the United States and on the border with Mexico, organizers said.

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World
Leftist Wins Mexico Presidency in Landslide With Mandate to Reshape Nation
Leftist Wins Mexico Presidency in Landslide With Mandate to Reshape Nation
By AZAM AHMED and PAULINA VILLEGAS

Andrs Manuel Lpez Obradors victory, fueled by a wave of voter anger, upended the political establishment, filling millions of Mexicans with hope and the nations elites with trepidation.

The Case of the Purloined Poultry: How ISIS Prosecuted Petty Crime
The Case of the Purloined Poultry: How ISIS Prosecuted Petty Crime
By RUKMINI CALLIMACHI

Hundreds of records left behind by the Islamic State reveal how the group won points with the populace by resolving minor disputes.

Angela Merkel Seemed to Get a Reprieve Over Migrants. It Didnt Last.
Angela Merkel Seemed to Get a Reprieve Over Migrants. It Didnt Last.
By KATRIN BENNHOLD and MELISSA EDDY

A threatened mutiny within her conservative alliance has weakened Germanys chancellor, a leader once seen as the guardian of the liberal rules-based order.

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U.S.
A Long Journey North for Migrants That May End Where It Started
A Long Journey North for Migrants That May End Where It Started
By TODD HEISLER

In the Rio Grande Valley near McAllen, Tex., a New York Times photographer witnessed the fragments of the immigration crisis as it played out.

Sponsors of Migrant Children Face Steep Transport Fees and Red Tape
Sponsors of Migrant Children Face Steep Transport Fees and Red Tape
By MIRIAM JORDAN

Families hoping to win release for migrant children held by federal immigration authorities must navigate an exhaustingand sometimes expensivethicket of requirements.

Man on Stabbing Spree Attacked Children at a 3-Year-Olds Birthday Party, Police Say
Man on Stabbing Spree Attacked Children at a 3-Year-Olds Birthday Party, Police Say
By MELISSA GOMEZ and SARAH MERVOSH

Six of the nine victims were children, the police said. Officials said the attack took place in a Boise, Idaho, apartment complex that houses refugees.

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Politics
As Bolton Says North Korea Could Disarm in a Year, Reality Lags Promises
As Bolton Says North Korea Could Disarm in a Year, Reality Lags Promises
By DAVID E. SANGER and WILLIAM J. BROAD

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, facing strains inside the administration and potential defiance from the North, heads there this week with a far less aggressive schedule in mind.

Susan Collins, Pivotal Moderate, Says Hostility to Roe Would Sway Her Vote
Susan Collins, Pivotal Moderate, Says Hostility to Roe Would Sway Her Vote
By NICHOLAS FANDOS and EMILY COCHRANE

Ms. Collins, a Republican senator, appeared to edge beyond previous statements, saying a Supreme Court pick who would overturn the abortion rights case would not be acceptable to me.

Trump, Looking to Midterms, Attacks Democrats on Calls to Abolish ICE
Trump, Looking to Midterms, Attacks Democrats on Calls to Abolish ICE
By EMILY COCHRANE

In a wide-ranging interview, the president also skewered allies on trade and said that he would not sign a new Nafta deal until after the midterms.

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Business
Emergency Rooms Run Out of Vital Drugs, and Patients Are Feeling It
Emergency Rooms Run Out of Vital Drugs, and Patients Are Feeling It
By KATIE THOMAS

Summer is trauma season, when emergency rooms see a rise in injuries, but a drug supply crisis has doctors scrambling to find alternatives to needed medications.

Hard News. Angry Administration. Teenage Journalists Know What Its Like.
Hard News. Angry Administration. Teenage Journalists Know What Its Like.
By JACLYN PEISER

High school educators across the country have been clamping down on students who publish articles on protests, sexuality and other hot-button issues.

Automakers Report June Sales and China Tariffs Will Take Effect

The Week Ahead

Automakers Report June Sales and China Tariffs Will Take Effect
By THE NEW YORK TIMES

A new jobs report is expected to show another month of payroll growth, and Wall Street will be closed in the United States for the Fourth of July holiday.

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Technology
Instagram Account That Sought Harassment Tales May Be Unmasked
Instagram Account That Sought Harassment Tales May Be Unmasked
By SAPNA MAHESHWARI

A defamation lawsuit may expose the creators of the account, called Diet Madison Avenue, that published the names of alleged harassers in the ad industry.

Heres Some Cryptocurrency. Now Please Use It.
Heres Some Cryptocurrency. Now Please Use It.
By NATHANIEL POPPER

Ripple, a start-up company, is sitting on $30 billion of its digital token, XRP. It is trying to get people to think of XRP as more than an investment.

Deal to Return Dell to Public Trading, but Still in Its Founders Hands
Deal to Return Dell to Public Trading, but Still in Its Founders Hands
By MICHAEL J. de la MERCED

A stock buyout deal would make Dell public once again, although with its founder, Michael S. Dell, and the investment firm Silver Lake firmly in control.

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Sports
LeBron James Joining Lakers on 4-Year $154 Million Deal
LeBron James Joining Lakers on 4-Year $154 Million Deal
By MARC STEIN and SCOTT CACCIOLA

In a move that was somewhat expected yet still surprising, the 14-time All-Star left the Cleveland Cavaliers, signing a four-year deal with Los Angeles.

That Roar You Heard Is From Russia. Its Team Sent Spain Packing.
That Roar You Heard Is From Russia. Its Team Sent Spain Packing.
By ANDREW DAS

Russia was the lowest-ranked team in the World Cup, but on Sunday it beat heavyweight Spain in a penalty shootout.

Andy Murray Pulls Out of Wimbledon
Andy Murray Pulls Out of Wimbledon
By BEN ROTHENBERG

Murray, who returned from hip surgery last month, decided that playing best-of-five-set matches would be bad for his recovery.

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Arts
Unwelcome Sound on Germanys Stages: Musicians Who Boycott Israel
Unwelcome Sound on Germanys Stages: Musicians Who Boycott Israel
By MELISSA EDDY and ALEX MARSHALL

Performers who support a movement protesting the treatment of Palestinians are clashing with German sensibilities.

The Fashion Closet, Seen From Inside and Out

Critics Notebook

The Fashion Closet, Seen From Inside and Out
By JAMES PONIEWOZIK

AMCs volatile Dietland takes a flamethrower to the beauty industry, while The Bold Type offers it a feminist makeover.

Review: A Conductor Sets Munichs Ashen Parsifal Aflame
Review: A Conductor Sets Munichs Ashen Parsifal Aflame
By ZACHARY WOOLFE

Kirill Petrenko, vivid and daring, led a starry cast, including Jonas Kaufmann and Nina Stemme, on the opening night of the Munich Opera Festival.

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New York
Behind Lincoln Centers White Travertine Facade: Infighting and Indecision
Behind Lincoln Centers White Travertine Facade: Infighting and Indecision
By MICHAEL COOPER and ROBIN POGREBIN

Four leaders in five years. New initiatives that come and go. Financial pressures. The tumult that is challenging Lincoln Center and its future.

820 Children Under 6 in Public Housing Tested High for Lead
820 Children Under 6 in Public Housing Tested High for Lead
By LUIS FERR-SADURN

The health department said the childrens apartments were not inspected because the levels of lead in their blood were not high enough.

For Puerto Rican Evacuees, a Journey Without End
For Puerto Rican Evacuees, a Journey Without End
By SEAN PICCOLI and ELIZABETH A. HARRIS

With a federal shelter-aid program expiring, a family displaced by Hurricane Maria moved over the weekend to a hotel run by New York Citys homeless-shelter system.

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Obituaries
Arvid Carlsson, Who Discovered a Treatment for Parkinsons, Dies at 95
Arvid Carlsson, Who Discovered a Treatment for Parkinsons, Dies at 95
By DENISE GELLENE

Dr. Carlsson determined the critical role of the brain chemical dopamine, leading to drugs for Parkinsons disease and a Nobel Prize.

Overlooked No More: How One Woman Shook Up the Abolitionist Movement
Overlooked No More: How One Woman Shook Up the Abolitionist Movement
By MEGAN SPECIA

We should do more and talk less. With that statement Mary Ann Shadd Cary questioned the anti-slavery establishment and helped define a new role for black women. But her work didnt end there.

Liliane Montevecchi, Tony Winner for Nine, Dies at 85
Liliane Montevecchi, Tony Winner for Nine, Dies at 85
By ANITA GATES

Frank Rich called Ms. Montevecchi a glorious amalgam of music-hall feistiness and balletic grace, with Toulouse-Lautrec shadows about the eyes.

Miriam Griffin, Who Put Nero in a New Light, Dies at 82
Miriam Griffin, Who Put Nero in a New Light, Dies at 82
By NEIL GENZLINGER

A leading classical scholar, Dr. Griffin examined how figures like Nero and Seneca interacted with the political and social systems of their time

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Editorial
The Disney-Fox Deal Sails Through, a Bit Too Easily
The Disney-Fox Deal Sails Through, a Bit Too Easily
By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Its hard to believe that politics played no part.

Your Credit Card Will Pay for the Next Recession
Your Credit Card Will Pay for the Next Recession
By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

The Fed is raising rates to control inflation because the Republicans $1.5 trillion gift to the rich threw gasoline on a barbecue.

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Op-Ed
South Koreas Enduring Racism
South Koreas Enduring Racism
By SE-WOONG KOO

The outrage triggered by the arrival of a small number of Yemen refugees in the country shows the depth of the xenophobia.

Trumps Rage Junkies

Op-Ed Columnist

Trumps Rage Junkies
By CHARLES M. BLOW

Trump is like a drug dealer who has addicted his followers to fear and rage and keeps supplying it in constant doses.

If Congress Changes Food Stamp Requirements, Kids Will Go Hungry
If Congress Changes Food Stamp Requirements, Kids Will Go Hungry
By SARAH BOWEN, SINIKKA ELLIOTT and ANNIE HARDISON-MOODY

The Houses harsh proposal targets adults but, children will suffer if it becomes law.

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