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Josue Berduo, a student at North Carolina State University and a plaintiff in a novel legal challenge, said a new law in North Carolina was making

Students Joining Battle to Upend Laws on Voter ID

By MATT APUZZO

College students have joined a legal challenge in North Carolina, claiming that the state’s requirements discriminate based on age.

A Bahraini protester during clashes with police in Sanabis, west of Manama, on Thursday. Bahrain's Sunni allies have helped quell the Shiite-dominated uprising.

News Analysis

Power Struggles in Middle East Exploit Islam’s Ancient Sectarian Rift

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK

Bahrain, the first place where Arab Spring protests degenerated into Sunni-Shiite feuds, now appears to have been a signal of what was to come in the Middle East.

In February, Paulo and João of Portugal, where surrogacy is prohibited, went to Pennsylvania to meet their son, Diogo.

Coming to U.S. for Baby, and Womb to Carry It

By TAMAR LEWIN

Foreign citizens now make up most of the clients at large surrogacy agencies in the United States, highlighting a divide between the country and much of the world over fundamental questions on family.

Today’s Video

Video Video: California’s Extreme Drought, Explained

The state is experiencing the worst drought in its history. Find out just how bad the situation is getting and what it means for you.

World
Ukrainian government forces on Saturday carrying weapons captured from pro-Russian insurgents in Slovyansk.

Pro-Russian Fighters Routed From Stronghold, Ukraine Says

By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN

The Ukrainian government said Saturday that it had pushed pro-Russian fighters out of Slovyansk, a long-blockaded rebel stronghold where some of the fiercest fighting has occurred during the more than three-month separatist insurrection.

Ha Thi Hien along a rail line in Lang Son connecting Hanoi and Beijing.

Shadow of Brutal ’79 War Darkens Vietnam’s View of China Relations

By JANE PERLEZ

Memories of a short but ferocious conflict between Vietnam and China in 1979 permeate the current sour relations between the two Communist countries now at odds over contested waters in the South China Sea.

. Sinosphere: China and the Vietnamese Military
Muhammad Hussein Abu Khdeir's father, center, greeted men who paid their condolences on Saturday.

Autopsy Suggests Palestinian Teenager Was Burned to Death After Abduction

By JODI RUDOREN

An examination of the teenager who was snatched from an East Jerusalem street and slain this week found soot in his lungs, according to a senior Palestinian official briefed on the early results.

U.S.
Residents of Southwest Philadelphia joined hands in front of burned-out rowhouses on Saturday.

Philadelphia Rowhouse Fire Kills 4 Children

By JON HURDLE and EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS

At least 42 people were displaced by the fire, which spread to eight homes, officials said. The children who died were in one home and appeared to be relatives.

The Ted Smallwood Store, still family-run, dates to 1906.

A Century-Old Landmark of the Everglades Confronts the Possible End of the Road

By LIZETTE ALVAREZ

A developer wants to get rid of the street going to a century-old trading post turned museum, but who controls the road is in dispute.

At Zingerman’s, Pastrami and Partnership to Go

By JENNIFER CONLIN

From its beginnings in Ann Arbor, Mich., a deli has grown into a circle of businesses, all celebrating employee involvement.

Politics
Undocumented immigrants being moved to federal custody from a Los Angeles County jail last month. A court decision in Oregon has spread concern.

Fearing Lawsuits, Sheriffs Balk at U.S. Request to Hold Noncitizens for Extra Time

By JENNIFER MEDINA

The phenomenon started after a judge ruled that a sheriff had violated one immigrant’s civil rights by holding her solely at the request of federal agents.

Inmates applauded Janet Connors after she told the story of her son's murder at the Restorative Justice Retreat at the state prison in Norfolk, Mass., last month.

By Talking, Inmates and Victims Make Things ‘More Right’

By DINA KRAFT

A process called restorative justice is being tried to bring healing to crime victims and their families as well as to their imprisoned perpetrators seeking rehabilitation.

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

Business

Economic View

Donors Give More When They Have a Sense of Belonging

By ROBERT J. SHILLER

In experimenting with corporate forms of organization, charities might well have much to gain.

A Mad Scramble for Young Bankers

By WILLIAM ALDEN

Private-equity firms are pushing earlier than ever to lure Wall Street investment banks’ most promising talent.

In Ideo's offices in San Francisco, from left, Sally Madsen, Sandy Speicher and Kate Lydon work on plans for Innova Schools, the educational network they are designing for a Peruvian businessman.

Prototype

Shaping a School System, From the Ground Up

By CLAIRE MARTIN

In starting a new educational network in Peru, a businessman turned to Ideo, a design company, to help devise everything from classrooms to business models.

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

Technology
When a free version of the beloved 1990s PC game Dungeon Keeper came out on mobile this year, critics panned it for asking players to spend too much money to avoid long waits.

Free Video Games Say Pay Up or Wait, Testing Players’ Patience

By NICK WINGFIELD

Free-to-download mobile games have become a lucrative business, but aggressive appeals for in-app purchases are turning off some players.

Bits Blog

They Have Seen the Future of the Internet, and It Is Dark

By QUENTIN HARDY

Experts whom Pew Internet Center canvassed foresaw dangers from government spying and censorship, corporate control, even individual limits on serendipity.

Future Tense

Clicking Their Way to Outrage

By TEDDY WAYNE

On social media, people proudly trumpet their ethical outrage toward anyone or anything that has rubbed them the wrong way.

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

Sports
Netherlands players celebrating after winning a penalty shootout against Costa Rica in the quarterfinal round. The Dutch will play Argentina on Wednesday.

Netherlands 0, Costa Rica 0

A Late Entry Helps the Dutch Avert an Exit

By JERÉ LONGMAN

Tim Krul replaced the starting goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen late in extra time and made two crucial saves in a penalty shootout to help the Netherlands advance to the World Cup semifinals.

. Match Recap
Lionel Messi, left, celebrates with teammates after Argentina won the quarterfinal match against Belgium.

Argentina 1, Belgium 0

At Home Abroad, Argentina Shuts Down Belgium

By DAVID WALDSTEIN

Gonzalo Higuaín silenced his critics with a decisive strike in the eighth minute, and Argentina held on against a Belgian team that had difficulty creating chances against a stout defense.

. Match Recap
No. 1 Novak Djokovic is coached by Boris Becker.

Two Generations of Tennis Stars Collide in Wimbledon Men’s Final

By HARVEY ARATON

Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic will face each other on Sunday at Wimbledon, just as their coaches, Stefan Edberg and Boris Becker, did in the ’80s and ’90s.

. The Men’s Final Remains in Familiar Hands
For more sports news, go to NYTimes.com/Sports »
Arts
Ira Glass will now be responsible for his show's marketing and distribution, as well as for finding corporate sponsors.

Ira Glass’s ‘This American Life’ Leaves PRI

By CARA BUCKLEY

The public radio host Ira Glass and his “This American Life” have left their distributor, giving him more responsibilities and the show fewer financial guarantees.

A couple at El Morocco, photographed by Garry Winogrand in 1955.

Looking at Photos the Master Never Saw

By ARTHUR LUBOW

A new exhibition of Garry Winogrand’s work at the Metropolitan Museum of Art includes many photographs developed after his death.

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