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The court's order was brief, provisional and unsigned.

Birth Control Order Deepens Divide Among Justices

By ADAM LIPTAK

The Supreme Court temporarily barred the government from enforcing against a Christian college a contraception rule under the Affordable Care Act, drawing a furious dissent from the three female justices, who said the court had broken a promise.

. Document: The Court’s Order on Contraception Rule
President Obama visited  1776, a tech start-up hub in Washington, on Thursday to talk about job growth and the economy.

Hiring Is Strong and Jobless Rate Declines to 6.1%

By NELSON D. SCHWARTZ

Hiring topped the 200,000 mark for the fifth month in a row as industries as varied as health care, manufacturing, financial services and retailing all added workers.

. The Upshot: Great Jobs Numbers, but Hold the Fireworks

The Town Where Immigrants Hit a Human Wall

By JENNIFER MEDINA

Busloads of immigrants who roll into Murrieta, Calif., for processing at a Border Patrol center have been met by protesters brandishing American flags and screaming, “Go home!”

WORLD

Interactive Graphic Interactive Graphic: A Rogue State Along Two Rivers

The victories gained by the militant group calling itself the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria were built on months of maneuvering along the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, which define a region known as the cradle of civilization.

OPINION | Op-Art

’20s Beach Vernacular

Ben Schott reproduces the beach slang in vogue during the summer of 1922.

Video Video: The Animal Whisperer

A giraffe overcoming an eating problem. Harbor seals being prepared for an eye exam. And a tegu learning how to go through tunnels. How one behaviorist attends to their needs.

. Related Article

Video Video: Anatomy of a Scene: ‘Land Ho!’

Aaron Katz and Martha Stephens narrate a sequence from “Land Ho!,” in theaters July 11.

. Related Article

Video Video: This Week’s Movies: July 4, 2014

The New York Times film critics review “Tammy,” “Life Itself” and “Earth to Echo.”

World
Nicolas Sarkozy, the former president of France, outside his Paris home on Wednesday.

Memo From France

With Detention of Sarkozy, France Laments Presidency’s Faded Grandeur

By ANDREW HIGGINS

The detention of Nicolas Sarkozy is a new low for an office created by Charles de Gaulle as the acme of political power and the embodiment of French glory.

Soldiers with the Kurdish pesh merga at an outpost on the edges of the contested city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq. The city sits on substantial oil reserves.

Kurdish Officials Seek More Autonomy in Any Deal With a New Government

By MICHAEL R. GORDON and ALISSA J. RUBIN

Leaders in Kurdistan have said they will not participate in a unified government unless Baghdad grants the region expanded self-rule and accepts the occupation of Kirkuk.

The Marne River in Château-Thierry, where French, British and American forces held back German troops in 1918 and launched a decisive counteroffensive, part of the Second Battle of the Marne. 

When the Americans Turned the Tide

By JIM YARDLEY

The Germans were pushing toward Paris in 1918 when untested American troops helped stop them at the Marne River in a pivotal World War I battle.

U.S.
Restaurant Row in Cleveland. The city is a finalist for both the Republicans' and Democrats' 2016 conventions.

An Energized Cleveland Takes a Bipartisan Tack to Wooing Conventions

By TRIP GABRIEL

The city in Ohio, the quintessential swing state, is the only one to make the shortlist for both the Republicans’ and Democrats’ conventions, and landing either one would make Cleveland boosters giddy.

Representatives Robert W. Goodlatte, left, of Virginia and Darrell Issa of California, both Republicans, on Thursday. They were among the lawmakers on a tour of the South Texas border.

Amid Influx of Migrants, Obama to Skip Border Visit on Texas Trip

By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS and JULIA PRESTON

President Obama is trying to beat back the illegal influx of Central American migrants while vowing to take unilateral action to move his stalled immigration agenda.

Hurricane Makes Landfall on Carolina Coast

By ALAN BLINDER and PATRICK McGEEHAN

The Category 2 storm crossed over the strip of land just east of the town of Beaufort, N.C., making it the first hurricane to make landfall in the continental United States since 2012.

Politics

News Analysis

Obama’s Blueprint for Fighting Terrorism Collides With Reality in Iraq

By MARK LANDLER, MICHAEL R. GORDON and MARK MAZZETTI

The seizing of large parts of Iraq by Sunni militants has laid bare the limitations of a terrorism policy that relies on the cooperation of often balky and overmatched partners.

Chris McDaniel, a Tea Party candidate for the Senate who lost a runoff vote in Mississippi, made clear this week that he was not giving up the fight.

Tea Party Favorites Find That Losing Only Widens Their Reach

By JENNIFER STEINHAUER

Many of the Tea Party movement’s most resonant voices are Election Day losers who have headed to outside groups or radio programs in an effort to influence campaigns.

John Holdren, a physicist, has President Obama's ear at a time when climate change has been thrust to the forefront of national politics and could shape the president's legacy.

Obama Adviser on Front Lines of Climate Fight

By HENRY FOUNTAIN

The influence of John Holdren, a physicist and White House science adviser, can be seen in a number of policies, including the plan to cut power plants’ carbon dioxide emissions.

Business
One of the deleted links was to a BBC blog post in 2007 about E. Stanley O'Neal, the former chief of Merrill Lynch.

Google Starts Erasing Links for Searches in Europe

By MARK SCOTT and NOAM COHEN

Google began its effort to comply with a European court ruling that said it must help people clean up their online reputations.

Carol Loomis is retiring after a 60-year career at Fortune magazine. She also edits Warren Buffett's writing, like his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders.

Carol Loomis, Editor for Warren Buffett, Leaves Job After 60 Years

By CHRISTINE HAUGHNEY

Ms. Loomis, 85, is retiring from Fortune magazine to a world of bridge playing and – you guessed it – continuing to edit her old friend’s writing.

Geoffrey Friedman celebrated at the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday after the Dow and the Standard & Poor's 500-stock index broke records.

DealBook

Dow Closes Above 17,000 as Stock Rally Outpaces Economy

By PETER EAVIS

The current bull market has lasted nearly 64 months, making it the fourth-longest since the crash of 1929, and investors are showing few signs of slowing down.

Technology
The uproar over a recent experiment with the kinds of posts some Facebook users saw has highlighted the immense control that the company exerts over what its users see.

Bits Blog

Privacy Group Complains to F.T.C. About Facebook Emotion Study

By VINDU GOEL

The Electronic Privacy Information Center said Facebook violated a consent decree with regulators by manipulating some of its users’ news feeds without their explicit consent.

. State of the Art: A Bright Side to Facebook’s Experiments on Its Users

You’re the Boss Blog

Dell Expands a Program for Tech Start-Ups

By EILENE ZIMMERMAN

The first class includes a company that delivers live television to mobile devices over local broadband networks and allows subscribers to record programs for viewing later.

To clarify whether or not Uber's technology can be considered a meter, Transport for London said it was asking a British court to make a final ruling.

Bits Blog

London Transport Regulator Says Uber Can Legally Operate

By MARK SCOTT

The decision follows protests by thousands of taxi drivers in Europe, who contend that the start-up’s technology does not comply with local rules and that the company evades taxes

CREDIT:   NYTimes.com

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