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Iraq Insurgents Reaping Wealth as They Advance

By ROD NORDLAND and ALISSA J. RUBIN

Behind the image of savagery that the extremists of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria present lies a disciplined organization that employs social media and sophisticated financial strategies.

Dr. Steven Miller, chief medical officer of Express Scripts, said the company had little problem switching patients to other drugs.

Health Insurers Pressing Down on Drug Prices

By ANDREW POLLACK

More health prescription plans are refusing to cover certain drugs unless the companies charge less for them.

Robert Ross, center, and other observers in Detroit after the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) voted Friday to approve divestment.

Presbyterians Vote to Divest Holdings to Pressure Israel

By LAURIE GOODSTEIN

The church voted at its general convention to divest from three companies that it says supply Israel with equipment used in the occupation of Palestinian territory.

World
Men volunteering to join the Iraqi Army waited for a medical check at the main military recruitment center in Baghdad.

Iraq’s Hold on Border Crossings Weakening as at Least 34 Are Killed in Battle

By ALISSA J. RUBIN and DURAID ADNAN

Sunni militants overran one of the last government-held crossings on the Syrian border on Friday after a fierce battle that left at least 34 Iraqi soldiers dead.

Lebanese security forces arresting one (in white) of 17 men detained in Beirut on Friday on suspicion of plotting an assassination.

Lebanon Detains 17 Said to Be Islamist Militants

By ANNE BARNARD and MOHAMMAD GHANNAM

Their presence in the heart of the capital raised new concerns among Lebanese who had cautiously been enjoying a renewed sense of security.

Mourners carried the body of Mohammed Jihad Dudeen, 15, in the West Bank town of Dura on Friday.

Israeli Troops Kill Palestinian Teenager Protesting Arrests in the West Bank

By JODI RUDOREN

The government forces were carrying out searches and arrests in a campaign to find three Israeli youths abducted a week ago.

U.S.
In Tulsa, Okla., Gloria Perez, left, and Joyce Shank at an English Mass at St. Thomas More Church, which is now 90 percent Hispanic.

On Immigration, the Hard Lines Start to Blur

By DAMIEN CAVE

Farmers Branch, Tex., was once a leader in passing laws intended to curb immigration, but those laws were struck down and people are adapting.

. The Way North, Day 34: Linking Cities and Cultures

U.S. Moves to Stop Surge in Illegal Immigration

By JULIA PRESTON and RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD

The Obama administration, increasing efforts to reduce the influx of migrants crossing the Southwest border illegally, will detain more of those migrants and accelerate their cases so they can be deported more quickly, officials said.

Alison Lundergan Grimes, left, a Democratic Senate candidate in Kentucky, and Joni Ernst, a Republican Senate candidate in Iowa. Neither is promoting a specific plan to cut or raise taxes.

The Upshot

The Unexpected Ceasefire in Washington’s Tax Wars

By JOHN HARWOOD

The reasons for a pause in advancing tax plans are partly practical, but philosophical shifts have also played a role.

Politics
Senator Thad Cochran, left, during a campaign stop.

G.O.P. Senator Courts Blacks in Mississippi Primary Race

By ASHLEY PARKER and JONATHAN MARTIN

After being narrowly edged out by a Tea Party-backed challenger, Senator Thad Cochran needs to expand the number of voters who will show up for the Republican runoff election.

Republicans, at Hearing on Lost Emails, Accuse I.R.S. Chief of Lying

By DAVID S. JOACHIM

“Sitting here listening to this testimony, I don’t believe it,” Representative Paul D. Ryan, Republican of Wisconsin, told the agency’s commissioner, John Koskinen.

Every Senior V.A. Executive Was Rated ‘Fully Successful’ or Better Over 4 Years

By RICHARD A. OPPEL Jr.

All 470 senior executives at the Department of Veterans Affairs received positive annual ratings, according to data released at a congressional hearing on Friday, despite well-publicized problems.

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