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JULY 8 2014 NY MINI

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The Upshot

Welcome to the Everything Boom, or Maybe the Everything Bubble

By NEIL IRWIN

Around the world, nearly every asset class is expensive by historical standards.

Separatists were said to have destroyed seven bridges in Ukraine on Monday, including this railroad bridge near Donetsk.

Ukraine Rebels Are Retreating for Last Stand

By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN

Separatist rebels retreated Monday from positions throughout eastern Ukraine and began building barricades in Donetsk and Luhansk in anticipation of a final stand against advancing government troops.

As Hillary Rodham Clinton considers a presidential run, her relationship with the financial sector will be watched closely.

Wall Street Offers Clinton a Thorny Embrace

By NICHOLAS CONFESSORE and AMY CHOZICK

Hillary Rodham Clinton, who has enjoyed a close relationship with the financial sector, must grapple with a powerful populist surge coursing through national politics, on both the right and the left

MAGAZINE

The Letters That Warren G. Harding’s Family Didn’t Want You to See

By JORDAN MICHAEL SMITH

The strikingly graphic correspondence between Harding, perhaps the worst chief executive in U.S. history, and his longtime mistress.

. Gail Collins on Warren Harding
. The 6th Floor: Would Harding Have Fared Better in 1971?

OPINION | Op-Ed Contributor

Should Germans Read ‘Mein Kampf’?

By PETER ROSS RANGE

A new edition of Hitler’s book may help them confront their past.

Today’s Video

Video Video: The Immigration Debate’s Twin Issues

As tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors cross into the United States this year, immigration reform is stalled. The issues are related but not the same, Here’s why.

Video Video: Pasta With Burst Cherry Tomatoes

Melissa Clark makes a summer pasta salad with burst cherry tomatoes, scallions and mint that has something bright and lively in every bite.

. Related Article

Video Video: In Performance | Jan Maxwell

A scene from Anthony Giardina’s play “The City of Conversation,” about three decades in the life of a Washington socialite. The show is at Lincoln Center’s Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater.

World
Suleiman al-Imami flies

Maan Journal

Jihadis Tug at Edges of a Staunch American Ally

By BEN HUBBARD

Poverty, unemployment and anti-government sentiment in the small town of Maan have created modest but growing support for Islamic militancy among residents.

Pope Francis watched as Archbishop Claudio Maria Celli, the president of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications, showed him news on a tablet on Monday at the Vatican.

Pope Asks Forgiveness From Victims of Sex Abuse

By JIM YARDLEY

In his first meeting with people abused by members of the clergy, Francis led a private Mass and pledged not to tolerate harm done to minors.

Supporters of the Afghan presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani danced in Kabul after a preliminary tally showed him leading.

Tentative Results in Afghan Presidential Runoff Spark Protests

By MATTHEW ROSENBERG and AZAM AHMED

One candidate, Abdullah Abdullah, rejected the tentative results, and some of his powerful supporters talked of forming a breakaway government.

U.S.
Alan Langley, a Board of Elections member, said he was shocked that anyone would assume that the plan to cut precincts was based on racial motives.

Mistrust in North Carolina Over Plan to Reduce Precincts

By RICHARD FAUSSET

A plan to save money and streamline operations has been seen as racially motivated by some in the community.

Friend Says Boston Bombing Suspect Spoke of Building Bomb

By JESS BIDGOOD

A prosecutor said that the Boston bombing suspect had told his friends a month before the explosion that he could build a bomb and that he spoke of martyrdom.

Chevron's oil field in Kern County, Calif., which produces more water than it does oil.

A California Oil Field Yields Another Prized Commodity

By NORIMITSU ONISHI

Oil producers and farmers have competed for water during the state’s drought, but an oil field in the Central Valley is aiding agricultural irrigation.

Politics

Immigrant Surge Rooted in Law to Curb Child Trafficking

By CARL HULSE

The White House says it is hindered in the crisis of immigrant minors by a law to fight sex trafficking, which makes it hard to return certain children to their countries.

A project to modernize a section of Interstate 75 in downtown Dayton, Ohio, has been going on for years. The Ohio Department of Transportation says it has the money to complete the job even if federal funding is delayed.

Coalition Prods Congress on Transportation Fund

By JONATHAN WEISMAN

Business advocacy groups say lawmakers’ inaction on infrastructure spending threatens the economic recovery.

New T.S.A. Rules for Electronics on Flights Bound for U.S.

By RON NIXON and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT

American officials are responding to intelligence reports that explosives could be disguised inside devices like cellphones.

Business
American authorities have begun settlement talks with Germany's second-largest lender, Commerzbank, based in Frankfurt.

DealBook

U.S. Scrutiny for Banks Shifts to Commerzbank and Germany

By JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG and BEN PROTESS

The authorities are said to have begun settlement talks with Commerzbank over its dealings with Iran and other countries blacklisted by the United States, to pave the way toward talks with Deutsche Bank.

Gaillardia Country Club in Oklahoma City is among the courses owned by investors.

DealBook

Investors Are Buying Troubled Golf Courses and Giving Them Makeovers

By SARAH MAX

While golf is still anathema to many portfolios, investors who have the cash are scooping up distressed clubs and revamping their business models.

The 2003 Chevrolet Silverado.

G.M. Resists Recalling Trucks Over Brake Lines

By CHRISTOPHER JENSEN

Facing about 1,000 complaints and a yearslong government investigation, G.M. has not recalled 1.8 million trucks with a brake line corrosion problem.

Technology
Students at Samsung Electronics' headquarters in Seoul. The company predicted a profit of $7.1 billion for the last quarter, which would be a 24 percent decline over the same period a year ago.

Samsung Foresees a Decline in Profit

By BRIAN X. CHEN

The electronics company predicted a profit of $7.1 billion for the last quarter, which would be a 24 percent decline over the same period a year ago, and cited slower sales and increased competition in China.

Bits Blog

Russian Arrested in Guam on Array of U.S. Hacking Charges

By NICOLE PERLROTH

A Russian national was arrested in Guam, accused of being a member of a global organization that traded in stolen records like credit cards.

Bits Blog

Security Firm Described Simulation as Real Hack

By NICOLE PERLROTH

BAE Systems Applied Intelligence retracts claims it helped thwart a sophisticated cyberattack at a hedge fund. The attack was not an attack at all. It was a simulation.

Sports
Brazil's David Luiz, top, and Chile's Eduardo Vargas tangling in the Round of 16. At this World Cup, Brazil has embraced a rough-and-tumble style.

On Soccer

For Brazil, Winning Trumps Aesthetics

By SAM BORDEN

The 2014 World Cup has dispelled one of sports’ most entrenched (if somewhat mythical) beliefs: that Brazilian soccer is a showcase of tempo and timbre designed, above all else, to enthrall and entertain.

. Interactive   How We Play the Game
. Brazil’s Other Beautiful Games
. No Punishment on Neymar Hit
Rochelle Sterling arrived at a courthouse on Monday in Los Angeles.

Testimony in Clippers Case Begins, but Sterling Doesn’t Take the Stand

By BILLY WITZ

A federal court judge denied a request by Donald Sterling’s lawyers to have the case moved from a state probate court, and Rochelle Sterling scored a series of small victories.

Mike Winters, center, who has been a major league umpire for 24 years, said,

Ball? Strike? It Depends: Is the Pitcher an All-Star?

By NICHOLAS BAKALAR

Two researchers found that major league umpires made more errors in favor of All-Star pitchers than in favor of pitchers who were never All-Stars – about 17 percent more.

. Roundup: Six-Run 11th Lifts Orioles in Washington
For more sports news, go to NYTimes.com/Sports »

Arts

Acropolis Maidens Glow Anew

By LIZ ALDERMAN

After a painstaking restoration, five of the famed Caryatid statues of ancient Greece are star attractions at the Acropolis Museum in Athens.

Finding Carter  Kathryn Prescott stars in this new MTV series, which has its two-hour premiere on Tuesday.

Television Review

Stolen From Cradle, Now Back to Rage

By JON CARAMANICA

Kathryn Prescott stars in “Finding Carter,” a new show on MTV that follows a teenager who returns to the family from which she was stolen.

Let the Right One In , starring Rebecca Benson and Martin Quinn, is playing at the Apollo Theater in London.

Theater Review | ‘Let the Right One In’

An Undead Tale of the Teenage Years

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