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JULY 9, 2013 NY MINI

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Supporters of Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's deposed president, ran through what appeared to be tear gas on Monday outside the Republican Guard officers' club in Cairo.

Army Kills 51, Deepening Crisis in Egypt

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and KAREEM FAHIM

In a sharp escalation of tensions Monday, Egyptian soldiers opened fire on hundreds of supporters of Mohamed Morsi, the ousted president, witnesses said. The military said armed assailants fired first.

. Video  Video: Egypt’s Leadership Void
. White House Rules Out Suspension of Aid for Now
The Obama-Karzai relationship has cooled recently.

U.S. Considers Faster Pullout in Afghanistan

By MARK MAZZETTI and MATTHEW ROSENBERG

President Obama, frustrated in his dealings with President Karzai, is considering speeding up troop withdrawals from Afghanistan and even leaving no American troops after 2014.

Suzette Benguche and her brother, Kendrick, whose family lives on a block in Detroit that has a single streetlight.

Financial Crisis Just a Symptom of Detroit’s Woes

By MONICA DAVEY

As officials negotiate in a last-ditch effort to spare the city the largest municipal bankruptcy in the nation’s history, residents say the city has worse problems than its $18 billion debt.

. Photographs Slide Show: Cutting Back in Detroit
For more top news, go to NYTimes.com »

World
Leaked Report Cites Pakistan’s Failings Before U.S. Killed Bin Laden

By DECLAN WALSH

A report that cited “collective incompetence” of the country’s security forces was leaked after Pakistani authorities had suppressed it for months.

A recent protest at a Bankia office in Madrid. Many bank customers found that the

Spaniards Fight to Get Savings Back

By SUZANNE DALEY

Many Spaniards have seen their nest eggs virtually wiped out in what critics call a deceptive and possibly fraudulent sales campaign by banks.

. Video  Video: Spanish Bank Scandal Wipes Out Savings
A supporter of President Mohamed Morsi holding up the Koran at a mosque in the Nasr City district in Cairo on Monday.

Bloody Day in Unrest Widens the Rupture Among Ordinary Egyptians

By BEN HUBBARD and KAREEM FAHIM

The divisions have marked Cairo’s geography, with the pro-military and pro-Morsi camps occupying different squares, blocking traffic, erecting tents and rigging up loudspeakers.

Politics
Gov. Rick Perry of Texas, who has been in office since 2000, said he would not seek re-election but would

Perry Says He Won’t Seek Governorship Again in Texas

By JOHN SCHWARTZ and JONATHAN MARTIN

Rick Perry, the longest-serving governor of Texas, said he would instead “pray and reflect and work to determine my own future path.”

In Congress, Gridlock and Harsh Consequences

By JONATHAN WEISMAN

A deadline used to mean something in Congress, but amid signs of deep dysfunction, lawmakers have been unwilling or unable to act on matters of consequence to a wide range of Americans.

Kathleen Sebelius, the health secretary, in Washington in April. She has been a state legislator and governor in Kansas.

Sebelius Defends Law and Zeal in Push to Insure Millions

By ROBERT PEAR

With Republican detractors, Kathleen Sebelius is defending herself and her fund-raising activities as she works to deliver health insurance to more than 25 million people.

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

Business
Jarritos, the Mexican fruit-flavored soda in brilliant hues rarely found in nature, has entered the mainstream in California and will soon be in conventional groceries elsewhere.

American Tastes Branch Out, and Food Makers Follow

By STEPHANIE STROM

Food companies are experimenting more and more with exotic flavors and ethnic staples to appeal to a rising number of Latino and Asian immigrants.

William Lynch, Barnes & Noble's chief executive, in 2012.

Chief Leaves Barnes & Noble After Losses on E-Readers

By JULIE BOSMAN

A new chief was named to lead the struggling Nook division, but the C.E.O.’s post will remain vacant for the time being.

A Dell factory in India. Institutional Shareholder Services endorsed Michael S. Dell's $24.4 billion takeover offer for the company.

DEALBOOK

Big Seal of Approval for Dell Founder’s Buyout Bid

By MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED

Institutional Shareholder Services recommended that Dell investors accept the $24.4 billion offer made by the company’s founder and chief executive, Michael S. Dell.

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

Technology
John Legere, chief executive of T-mobile, at an event in March to announce the carrier's new iPhone offering.

BITS BLOG

The iPhone Hasn’t Saved T-Mobile USA Yet

By BRIAN X. CHEN

There is no question that finally being able to sell the iPhone was good for T-Mobile USA. But the company still has a long way to go to regain market share.

Loren Cheng, head of the team of linguists working on Facebook's Graph Search, says users' own search experiences will be the biggest force prompting them to share more information.

BITS BLOG

The Limits of Facebook’s Search Tool

By VINDU GOEL

The usefulness of the new tool is constrained by the data people have shared as well as how the technology analyzes that information, but Facebook has high hopes for its development.

. A New Tool Aims to Help Facebook Users Dig Deep
Team members on Facebook's Graph Search, including Lars Rasmussen, are developing a sophisticated tool for users to explore the network.

A New Tool Aims to Help Facebook Users Dig Deep

By VINDU GOEL

Facebook is planning to introduce Graph Search, a tool to help users sift the volumes of information on the site, and its success is important to the company’s future.

. Bits Blog: The Limitations of Facebook’s New Search Tool
For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Technology »

Sports
Jason Collins, participating in a gay pride parade in Boston in June, remains a free agent.

Approval, but No New Team Yet, for Collins

By HOWARD BECK

Jason Collins, celebrated as the first openly gay male athlete still active in a major American team sport, remains in limbo without an N.B.A. team. His wait is being closely watched.

Judge Orders N.F.L. Concussion Case to Mediation

By KEN BELSON

The federal judge overseeing the case said she would not rule on the N.F.L.’s motion to dismiss until Sept. 3 to give the mediator time to bring the sides closer.

The A's saw enough velocity and movement in Bartolo Colon's pitches to re-sign him.

ON BASEBALL

Aging Athletics Pitcher’s Substantive Success

By TYLER KEPNER

The Oakland A’s saw Bartolo Colon as a quality pitcher who could still perform at 40, not as a player who failed a drug test last season.

. Roundup: After Dominant Start, Phillies Hang On in 9th
For more sports news, go to NYTimes.com/Sports »

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