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Top Trump Officials Clash Over Plan to Let Cars Pollute More

Top Trump Officials Clash Over Plan to Let Cars Pollute More

The acting administrator of the E.P.A., Andrew K. Wheeler, has expressed concern that a planned Trump administration rollback of auto-emissions rules might be vulnerable in court.
Sunday Routine: How Natasha Cornstein, C.E.O. of Blushington, Spends Her Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Natasha Cornstein, C.E.O. of Blushington, Spends Her Sundays

“It’s pretty amazing to be able to get your workout in and look at the ocean,” Ms. Cornstein said of her weekend exercise classes at the hotel.
Finding Music in Shakespeare, Suffragists and Mitch McConnell

Finding Music in Shakespeare, Suffragists and Mitch McConnell

Shaina Taub, pictured at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park, is a fiercely political singer-songwriter whose career in musical theater is taking off even as she rues the state of the nation.
As Carr Fire Kills 2 in California, Firefighters Reflect on a Job Now ‘Twice as Violent’

As Carr Fire Kills 2 in California, Firefighters Reflect on a Job Now ‘Twice as Violent’

A firefighter at a home that was destroyed in Redding, Calif., on Friday. Temperatures in the region were predicted to reach 110 degrees.
Chris Froome’s Tour de France Began Under a Cloud and Only Got Worse

Chris Froome’s Tour de France Began Under a Cloud and Only Got Worse

Despite a controversy over asthma medication, Britain’s Chris Froome began the Tour de France with hopes of a fifth win in cycling’s biggest race.
Australia’s Endangered Quolls Get Genetic Boost From Scientists

Australia’s Endangered Quolls Get Genetic Boost From Scientists

A northern quoll bred at a wildlife park in 2016. Scientists hope breeding programs can help quolls inherit life-saving genes.
Germans Are Getting on Twitter. Is That a Good Thing?

Germans Are Getting on Twitter. Is That a Good Thing?

Beatrix von Storch of the right-wing AfD party at the AfD convention in Augsburg, Germany, on June 30.
Alene Duerk, Navy’s First Female Rear Admiral, Is Dead at 98

Alene Duerk, Navy’s First Female Rear Admiral, Is Dead at 98

Rear Adm. Alene B. Duerk, director of the Navy Nurse Corps, in her office in 1974. She said of being the Navy’s first female rear admiral, “It was a lot to take on because when you are the first women
Muslims Describe Being Confronted at Pool: ‘We’re Portrayed as Troublemakers’

Muslims Describe Being Confronted at Pool: ‘We’re Portrayed as Troublemakers’

Officials in Wilmington, Del., said they were investigating whether pool staff members discriminated against Muslim children who wore modest attire to swim.
Remains of 55 U.S. War Dead in North Korea Start Journey Home After 65 Years

Remains of 55 U.S. War Dead in North Korea Start Journey Home After 65 Years

An honor guard greeted the arrival of the remains of American servicemen returned by North Korea on Friday.
New York Could Become First Major U.S. City to Cap Uber and Similar Vehicles

New York Could Become First Major U.S. City to Cap Uber and Similar Vehicles

The New York City Council is moving to place a cap on Uber and other ride-hailing services as it seeks to limit the concerns over the industry’s explosive growth.
Trending: These Resorts Will Make Your Next Family Reunion Memorable

Trending: These Resorts Will Make Your Next Family Reunion Memorable

The Grove Lodge at Mohonk Mountain House in the New Paltz, N.Y., offers a 1,000-foot great room, six bedrooms and plenty of outdoor space for a family gathering.
Review: Ye Olde Go-Go’s Songs Hit the Renaissance in ‘Head Over Heels’

Review: Ye Olde Go-Go’s Songs Hit the Renaissance in ‘Head Over Heels’

Taylor Iman Jones, center, as the loyal handmaiden Mopsa in the new musical “Head Over Heels” at the Hudson Theater.
DeVos to Eliminate Rules Aimed at Abuses by For-Profit Colleges

DeVos to Eliminate Rules Aimed at Abuses by For-Profit Colleges

DeVry University in Miramar, Fla. It is a for-profit school that offers courses online and at locations across the United States.
Arson Suspect Arrested as Cranston Fire Rages in California

Arson Suspect Arrested as Cranston Fire Rages in California

The Cranston fire burning in San Bernardino National Forest on Thursday. A man suspected of arson was arrested on Wednesday in connection with the fire, which has spread across 7,500 acres.