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The car of Ecuador's ambassador at the Moscow airport. Ecuador confirmed getting an asylum request from Mr. Snowden.

Snowden, in Russia, Seeks Asylum in Ecuador

By PETER BAKER and ELLEN BARRY

Edward J. Snowden arrived in Moscow on Sunday as American officials pressed Russia to turn him over and warned countries in Latin America not to harbor him or allow him passage.

. Updates on The Lede
. N.S.A. Leak Puts Focus on System Administrators
Michael D. Getz, a city councilman and a leader of the crusade to remake the board.

States Reined In by 1965 Voting Act Await a Decision

By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON

A Supreme Court ruling on a key provision of the Voting Rights Act could have a dramatic effect on the low-profile world of county commissions and school boards.

The rise and fall of Eike Batista mirrors Brazil's sudden reversal of fortune.

Brazil, Fortune and Fate Turn on Billionaire

By PETER LATTMAN and SIMON ROMERO

Once worth $34.5 billion, Eike Batista’s holdings are now estimated at $4.8 billion and falling. With Brazil’s streets churning in protest, the markets – and Mr. Batista’s fortune – is on uncertain terrain.

For more top news, go to NYTimes.com »
Editors’ Picks

THEATER

Video VIDEO: Don’t Call It ‘Theater’“Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812” is part of a new crop of immersive theater experiences that challenge the notion that commercial theater is not profitable beyond Broadway.

. Related Article

OPINION | OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR

Let Shooting Victims Sue

By ROBERT M. MORGENTHAU

Congress must let gun victims sue reckless gun manufacturers.

QUOTATION OF THE DAY

“I think telling the story about male victims is the key to changing the culture of the military.”

ANURADHA K. BHAGWATI, executive director of the Service Women’s Action Network, on reports that the majority of service members who are sexually assaulted are men.

World
Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, left, at Ecuador's embassy in London.

Offering Snowden Aid, WikiLeaks Gets Back in the Game

By SCOTT SHANE

WikiLeaks assisted Edward J. Snowden in his escape from Hong Kong and is providing legal assistance, placing the organization back in the global spotlight.

Egyptian General Warns Against Violence as Anniversary Approaches

By BEN HUBBARD and MAYY EL SHEIKH

The defense minister said the military would act decisively to prevent violence during protests against President Morsi next week.

Ambulances carry the bodies of 10 tourists and a Pakistani guide who were attacked on Nanga Parbat.

Militants Kill 10 Climbers in Himalayas of Pakistan

By SALMAN MASOOD and DECLAN WALSH

In one of the most brazen attacks on foreigners in the country in recent years, militants killed 10 tourists and their Pakistani guide.

For more world news, go to NYTimes.com/World »

U.S.
A scrapbook made by Gregory Helle, who says he was raped by another soldier in Vietnam.

In Debate Over Military Sexual Assault, Men Are Overlooked Victims

By JAMES DAO

In its latest report on sexual assault, the Pentagon estimated that 53 percent involved attacks on men, mostly by other men.

Katie Woodrick and Suzanne Murphy, from Pasadena, got engaged in 2010 but are waiting to marry until the Supreme Court rules on the state's gay marriage ban.

Anticipation Turns to Acceptance as California Awaits Marriage Ruling

By JENNIFER MEDINA

As California waits for a Supreme Court decision on its same-sex marriage ban, opponents of the ban say voters would not approve it if given another chance.

Jerry DeWitt, a former Pentecostal preacher, led a secular service Sunday in Baton Rouge, La. Many atheists miss a sense of belonging, he said.

In the Bible Belt, Offering Atheists a Spiritual Home

By DAVID THIER

A former Pentecostal preacher, saying nonbelievers often miss the sense of community of church, held what he called Louisiana’s first atheist service.

For more U.S. news, go to NYTimes.com/US »

 

Politics
This Time, Greater Will to Overhaul Immigration

By JONATHAN WEISMAN

Political realities have shifted since 2007, the last time a major immigration bill was in Congress, making legislation likelier to pass today.

. Graphic  Graphic: Progress on an Immigration Overhaul in 5 Areas
As Social Media Swirl Around It, Supreme Court Sticks to Its Analog Ways

By MICHAEL D. SHEAR

In a city beset by leaks, the Supreme Court’s rulings remain stubbornly opaque until they are handed out (on paper, first) by the court’s public relations staff.

The moot courtroom at Georgetown is modeled after the actual Supreme Court chambers, complete with a pendulum clock and identical red curtains.

SIDEBAR

A Test Track for Tuning Up Supreme Court Arguments

By ADAM LIPTAK

Lawyers in every case that was argued this term, including the ones on same-sex marriage, affirmative action and voting rights expected to be decided this week, first honed their arguments in a moot courtroom at Georgetown Law School.

For more political news, go to NYTimes.com/Politics »

Business
An N.S.A. data center in Bluffdale, Utah. The agency is adding a security rule akin to requiring two keys to unlock a safe.

N.S.A. Leak Puts Focus on System Administrators

By CHRISTOPHER DREW and SOMINI SENGUPTA

From government agencies to corporate America, there is a renewed emphasis on thwarting the rogue I.T. employee.

A hip replacement surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. A California program to limit what hospitals are paid is gaining interest.

Employers Test Plans That Cap Health Costs

By REED ABELSON

Companies are testing medical plans that limit what they will pay for certain procedures, encouraging employees to choose less expensive hospitals.

For more business news, go to NYTimes.com/Business »

Technology
Hulu Faces a Nebulous Future as It Seeks a New Owner

By AMY CHOZICK and BRIAN STELTER

Hulu’s sale could signal the end of one of the pioneers of online streaming, which has become an increasingly popular way to watch television.

Bill Maris, right, managing partner of Google Ventures, with Graham Spencer, who oversees its data work.

New Venture Focuses on Science of Deal, Not Art of the Deal

By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER

Since its founding in 2009, Google Ventures has stood out in an industry whose track record has trailed the stock markets at large.

. More Coverage of Big Data on Bits
A Computer Swallowed to Monitor Inner Space

DISRUPTIONS

A Computer Swallowed to Monitor Inner Space

By NICK BILTON

Scientists, researchers and some start-ups are preparing the next, even more intrusive wave of computing: ingestible computers and sensors in pills.

For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Technology »

Sports
Monaco players celebrating their French L2 title in May.

The Tax Haven Team in Monaco

By SARAH LYALL

With a free-spending owner and no income tax, A.S. Monaco can vacuum up expensive players, an advantage that has angered the French soccer league.

Doc Rivers just completed his ninth season as the coach of the Celtics after five with the Orlando Magic.

Celtics’ Rivers Is Said to Be Heading to Clippers

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

The Celtics will trade Coach Doc Rivers to the Clippers in exchange for a first-round draft pick in 2015, according to a person close to Rivers.

Tommy Haas, shown in a recent tournament in Germany, said,

At 35, Haas Still Dreams of Tennis Like a 7-Year-Old

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

Despite all the childhood sacrifices and adult setbacks, Tommy Haas has never lost his passion for the game. Competing at his 14th at Wimbledon, he is seeded No. 13, which he has long considered his lucky number.

For more sports news, go to NYTimes.com/Sports »

Arts
Phillipa Soo, in the musical

Care for Caviar and Cocktails With That Musical?

By PATRICK HEALY

New musicals downtown, like “Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812,” offer audiences intimacy with performers and high-end amenities, but at a great cost.

. Video  Video: Don’t Call It ‘Theater’
Amy Garapic, center right, a percussionist and instructor, performs with prisoners in

MAKE MUSIC NEW YORK IN REVIEW

Behind Bars, in Boats or Under a Bridge

By CORINNA da FONSECA-WOLLHEIM, JAMES R. OESTREICH, STEVE SMITH and JAMES BARRON

Make Music New York involved one day of performance by thousands of musicians around the city.

. Photographs  Slide Show: Make Music New York
Lionel Shriver

BOOKS OF THE TIMES

Food as Foe in a Test of Family

By JANET MASLIN

In Lionel Shriver’s novel “Big Brother,” a woman puts her marriage on the line to help a drastically obese sibling lose weight.

For more arts news, go to NYTimes.com/Arts »

N.Y./Region
Aleks Zeygerman and his mother, Nelli Leventon, whose round-the-clock care was cut in half when it became unprofitable.

State Rewards Home Care Firms Once Rebuked

By NINA BERNSTEIN

Amid a transformation of New York’s long-term-care system to cut costs, the state has been quietly extending invitations to some of the very agencies accused of causing the increases.

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo had insisted he would accept nothing less than the entire package, even if dropping the abortion language.

All-or-Nothing Strategy on Women’s Equality Legislation Ends With Nothing

By THOMAS KAPLAN

An abortion rights provision is being tied to the failure of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s measure to strengthen laws against sexual harassment, human trafficking, domestic violence and salary discrimination.

Detective Robert Saporito of the Collision Investigation Squad surveying the wreckage of a car that jumped a curb and killed a woman.

Police Unit Taking Closer Look at Deadly Crashes

By J. DAVID GOODMAN

With New York City’s murder rate at a historic low, the Police Department has shifted attention and resources to fatal automobile accidents.

For more New York news, go to NYTimes.com/NewYork

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