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From left, Senator Jeff Sessions and Representative Paul D. Ryan, Republicans, and Senator Patty Murray and Representative Chris Van Hollen, Democrats, all Budget Committee members.                

                Two Parties Start Work to Avoid Repeat Crisis        

            By JONATHAN WEISMAN and JACKIE CALMES

The need for a bipartisan breakthrough, even a modest one, was amplified by the economic costs wrought by the 16-day shutdown and near-default on government obligations.

.                         Graphic  Graphic: Budget Gaps Between the Parties
                

                From the Right, Despair, Anger and Disillusion        

            By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON

For glum and frustrated conservatives, the end of the government shutdown was as much a surrender to reality as to Democratic demands.

Edward J. Snowden said                 

                Snowden Says He Took No Secret Files to Russia        

            By JAMES RISEN

In an interview, Edward J. Snowden responded to accusations by critics, provided insights into why he disclosed secret documents and talked about the debate over surveillance.

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

    MOVIES

Video                Video:                             Anatomy of a Scene: ’12 Years a Slave’             Steve McQueen, the director of “12 Years a Slave,” narrates a sequence from his film.

                

    OPINION    |     Op-Ed Contributor

                Those Hazardous Flying Birds        

            By ERIC UHLFELDER

We’re killing birds to keep planes safe, but it’s not really working.

QUOTATION OF THE DAY

“It beats climbing the walls, wondering where your next paycheck is going to be and how you’re going to make your bills.”

ROBERT LAGANA, on returning to work at the International Trade Commission as the federal government reopened

World
The office of Google France. A European Union proposal would give it oversight of U.S. warrants for its citizens' information.                

                Europe Moves to Shield Citizens’ Data        

            By JAMES KANTER

Lawmakers have introduced a measure that could require American companies to seek European clearance before complying with United States data warrants.

                White House Weighs Easing Iran Sanctions’ Bite With Slow Release of Assets        

            By MARK LANDLER

The United States could free up frozen Iranian assets in installments as a reward for taking steps to curb its nuclear program.

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan                

                Erdogan, Syria Rebels’ Leading Ally, Hesitates, 31 Months In        

            By TIM ARANGO

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey has long backed the Syrian rebels. But Turkey shelled rebel positions this week, signaling concern about the dominance of radical Islamist groups.

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

U.S.
Mike and Kim Sorenson with their children on their farm in Ross, N.D. The Sorensons are fighting a relative's offer to lease his land to a company that wants to build an oil drilling waste dump.                

                In North Dakota, New Concerns Over Mixing Oil and Wheat        

            By JOHN ELIGON

A proposed landfill for oil drilling waste has farmers worried that a state long known for agriculture is putting the energy industry’s needs ahead of theirs.

                

                Government Gets Back to Business, but Effects of the Shutdown Linger        

            By MICHAEL D. SHEAR

Hundreds of thousands of employees streamed back to work on Thursday after President Obama and Congress ended the shutdown, paving the way for another series of budget talks in the weeks ahead.

President Obama chastised lawmakers over the crisis on Thursday while outlining the budget challenges ahead.                

                Obama’s Edge Over G.O.P. Is Still Unclear After Victory in Standoff        

            By PETER BAKER

Republicans, stung from the outcome of the budget battle, could be more flexible or more determined not to lose again.

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

    News Analysis

                Lingering Confusion in Debt Ceiling Deal’s Temporary Fix        

            By ANNIE LOWREY

There’s confusion over the text of the deal that Congress just approved and President Obama signed, but it doesn’t kill the debt ceiling.

Job seekers at a jobs boot camp in California. The Labor Department's update on job creation is due on Tuesday.                

                After Pause, Resupplying Economic Data         

            By NELSON D. SCHWARTZ

Delayed data will trickle out over the month. September’s jobs report will not be released until next Tuesday.

                Former Pentagon Official to Be Chosen as Homeland Security Chief        

            By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and CHARLIE SAVAGE

If confirmed by the Senate, Jeh C. Johnson, a former general counsel for the Defense Department, will fill the vacancy left by Janet Napolitano, who resigned in July.

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

Business
If You Like a Star Athlete, Now You Can Buy a Share                

    DealBook

                If You Like a Star Athlete, Now You Can Buy a Share        

            By PETER LATTMAN and STEVE EDER

Fantex Holdings, a start-up backed by prominent investors, is creating stocks tied to the value and performance of an athlete’s brand. First up: Arian Foster of the Houston Texans.

The Hinkley B nuclear plant in southwest England. The French company E.D.F. operates 15 of Britain's nuclear plants.                

                 Chinese to Invest in British Nuclear Power         

            By STEPHEN CASTLE and CHRIS BUCKLEY

The chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, said Chinese companies’ holdings would begin as minority shares but could grow into majority ownership.

Plea Agreement Could End SAC's Advisory Business                

    DealBook

                Plea Agreement Could End SAC’s Advisory Business        

            By BEN PROTESS and PETER LATTMAN

The winding down of SAC Capital’s business of managing money for outside investors is said to be part of a plea deal prosecutors are negotiating with Steven A. Cohen’s embattled fund.

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

Technology
Outside of Google's headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. Google is still the leader in online advertising, according to eMarketer, yet the advertising business is changing under its feet.                

                Google Tops Estimates, but Prices of Ads Slide        

            By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER

Google impressed investors, but people’s changing behavior on mobile phones and even on desktops threatens the company’s main business.

State Senator Jeffrey D. Klein, a Bronx Democrat, is planning to introduce the bill.                

    Bits Blog

                New York Lawmaker Pushes Bill to Thwart Phone Theft        

            By BRIAN X. CHEN

The bill would make it illegal for businesses in the state to buy or sell a used smartphone without proof of legitimate ownership.

Ron Conway is one of the tech industry's most influential investors.                

    DealBook

                New Silicon Valley Fund to Back Big Data Start-Ups        

            By ALEXANDRA STEVENSON

The new fund, backed by Andreessen Horowitz and the celebrity investor Ron Conway, will invest as much as $1 million in ventures that analyze social behavior.

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

Sports
Red Sox starter Jon Lester shoveling the ball to first to get Jose Iglesias out. Lester allowed two runs in five and a third innings.                

    Red Sox 4, Tigers 3

                Red Sox One Win Away After Beating Sanchez        

            By TIM ROHAN

The Red Sox grinded and muscled their way past the Tigers, knocking around Anibal Sanchez for the win and taking a three-games-to-two series lead.

.                         Interactive Box Score
Tony Romo had a difficult time against the Washington Redskins in Week 6.                

                Fantasy Football: Week 7 Matchup Breakdown        

            By JASON SABLICH and JUSTIN SABLICH

Tony Romo disappointed fantasy owners in Week 6, but the Philadelphia Eagles should make it easy for him to bounce back in Week 7.

                

    Photos

                Signs of Affection, or Not, at the Old Ballgame        

            By SAMANTHA STOREY

In a series of pictures from the Times photography archives we look at baseball signs through the years.

.                         Comment Photos: Who’s on Line First?
For more sports news, go to NYTimes.com/Sports »

Arts
Chiwetel Ejiofor and Michael Fassbender in                 

     ’12 Years a Slave’

                The Blood and Tears, Not the Magnolias        

            By MANOHLA DARGIS

Steve McQueen’s “12 Years a Slave,” based on the true story of Solomon Northup, drives straight to the heart of the cruelties of oppression.

.                         Video  Anatomy of a Scene
.                         A Discussion of ’12 Years a Slave’
Robert Redford in                 

     ‘All Is Lost’

                The Strong, Largely Silent Type        

            By A. O. SCOTT

In J. C. Chandor’s “All Is Lost,” Robert Redford is a sailor adrift in the Indian Ocean.

Reclining seats at the AMC movie theater on Broadway at 84th Street.                

    Admit One

                The Screen Is Silver, but the Seats Are Gold        

            By ANAND GIRIDHARADAS

To lure moviegoers, AMC Theaters have installed cushy red recliners to mimic the home-viewing experience.

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

Movies
Benedict Cumberbatch in                 

     ‘The Fifth Estate’

                Seems This Anarchist Is a Laptop Hogger        

            By A. O. SCOTT

“The Fifth Estate,” about the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, documents the ups and downs of his relationship with a onetime colleague.

.                         Julian Assange Has His Cinema Moment
.                         Daniel Brühl’s Global Accent in ‘Fifth Estate’
Chloe Moretz and Julianne Moore in                 

     ‘Carrie’

                It’s Not Nice to Fool the Bullied Daughter        

            By MANOHLA DARGIS

Bullied in the school gym, the telekinetic teenager again wields her power in the remake of “Carrie.”

.                         Photographs  Slide Show: The Faces of ‘Carrie’
.                         ‘Carrie’ Is Back. So Is Kimberly Peirce.
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