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JULY 14 2014 SHARED NEWSLETTER-NY MINI

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Evidence of H.I.V. Found in a Child Said to Be Cured

By DONALD G. McNEIL Jr.

The apparent cure had raised the thrilling possibility that aggressive early treatment might be able to reverse infections in newborns – and perhaps even in newly infected adults.

Germany Demands Top U.S. Intelligence Officer Be Expelled

By ALISON SMALE, MARK MAZZETTI and DAVID E. SANGER

The move came because Washington has refused to cooperate with German inquiries into United States intelligence officials, Berlin says.

Shadowy Rebel Flexes Iron Fist in Ukraine Fight

By NOAH SNEIDER

Once marked as a dead man, Igor Strelkov made his first public appearance in Donetsk in a move to assert authority over fractious separatist militias.

Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki of Iraq, left, and the Kurdish president, Massoud Barzani, at a news conference last month in Erbil, north of Baghdad.

Kurdish Government Calls on Maliki to Quit as Iraqi Premier

By ALISSA J. RUBIN and ALAN COWELL

The political fissure in Iraq was widened, and the Iraqi government alerted a United Nations monitoring agency that Sunni militants had seized low-grade nuclear material.

F.B.I. Honors Office Opened Amid Struggle for Civil Rights

By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT

The 50th anniversary of the Jackson, Miss., field office was recalled with a ceremony addressing how the agency’s relationship with both white and black Mississippians had evolved since.

. A History of the Jackson, Miss., F.B.I. Office in Documents

As Gold and Gambling Lose Their Luster, Deadwood Seeks a Spark

By STEVEN YACCINO

As more states legalize casinos, dissipating the power of that lure, the South Dakota town is trying to restyle its history and offerings into a new tourist-friendly package.

G.O.P. Pushes Back on Approving Border Funds

By ASHLEY PARKER

Congressional Republicans signaled that they expected concessions in exchange for approving President Obama’s request for nearly $4 billion to handle the surge of migrants from Central America.

Black, Democratic voters gave Senator Thad Cochran a big lift in the Republican runoff election two weeks ago in Mississippi.

The Upshot

Voting Totals Reveal Crucial Boost From Blacks in Thad Cochran’s Victory

By NATE COHN and DEREK WILLIS

The precinct level returns in Hinds County bolster the theory that a surge in black, Democratic turnout was decisive in a Mississippi Senate runoff.

A Provocateur’s Book on Hillary Clinton Overtakes Her Memoir in Sales

By AMY CHOZICK and ALEXANDRA ALTER

Edward Klein’s “Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. the Obamas,” a 320-page unauthorized and barely sourced account, has toppled “Hard Choices” from its spot on the best-seller list

Suspension of a Portuguese Bank’s Shares Shakes the Markets

By LANDON THOMAS Jr. and PETER EAVIS

The plight of a Portuguese lender plays into concerns about Europe’s financial system, setting off a sell-off in the Continent and the United States.

Walter Jaworski, who opposes a proposed pipeline that would slice through his Massachusetts ranch, with the letter he sent to Kinder Morgan revoking its permission to survey his property.

Natural Gas Pipeline Plan Creates Rift in Massachusetts

By TOM ZELLER Jr.

Property owners are caught between the need to cooperate with increasing the energy supply and the desire to protect their land.

A patient undergoes a checkup at a clinic in Hollywood, Fla. The big decline in estimates of the size of the United States economy was caused primarily by a sharp reversal in the government's estimate of spending on health care services in the first quarter.

High & Low Finance

In U.S. Data, a Baffling Contradiction

By FLOYD NORRIS

The government says that the first quarter of 2014 was the worst for the economy since 2009, but the best in hiring in over six years. How can both reports be right?

Amazon Sued Over Billing for App Store Purchases

By STEVE LOHR

The Federal Trade Commission contended that Amazon improperly billed customers for “many millions of dollars” of charges that children made without their parents’ consent.

. Document: F.T.C. Complaint Against Amazon
. Document: Letter from Amazon to the F.T.C.

Bits Blog

Google to Tour Europe to Discuss Privacy

By MARK SCOTT

The group will visit six countries as it discusses how search engines will react to Europe’s so-called right to be forgotten ruling.

. Bits Blog: Google Launches European Venture Fund
Satya Nadella's essay, sent by email to Microsoft employees, said the company would

Bits Blog

Satya Nadella Says Changes Are Coming to Microsoft

By NICK WINGFIELD

An essay sent to Microsoft employees by the company’s chief executive appears to lay the groundwork for significant changes that will be revealed later this month.

Top News
Rikers Island is the second-largest jail in the United States. Of the 11,000 inmates there, about 4,000 have mental illnesses.

Rikers: Where Mental Illness Meets Brutality in Jail

By MICHAEL WINERIP and MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ

A Rikers study finds that 129 inmates were seriously injured by employees in 11 months.

. Video  Video: A Beating at Rikers
The presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah in Kabul on Sunday. He had threatened to form a breakaway government.

Afghans to Alter the Government

By MATTHEW ROSENBERG

Nearly a decade after American officials pushed a Constitution that enshrined near-dictatorial powers for the Afghan president, a stronger parliamentary system is now seen as needed.

Volunteers trained with the Iraqi Army last week. A classified report says Iraqi troops are dependent on Shiite militias.

U.S. Sees Risks in Assisting a Compromised Iraqi Force

By ERIC SCHMITT and MICHAEL R. GORDON

A classified report says that many units are deeply infiltrated by either Sunni extremist informants or Shiite personnel backed by Iran, according to U.S. officials.

Video Video: Jerusalem’s Damaged Link

A light rail line connecting Arab and Jewish neighborhoods in Jerusalem was damaged during riots. Some Arab residents would rather not see the line re-opened.

Video Video: Footage of Inmate Beating at Rikers

When Jose Bautista tried to hang himself while he was incarcerated, officers at Rikers responded with force.

Palestinians Flee Northern Gaza as a Cease-Fire Appears Elusive

By STEVEN ERLANGER and ISABEL KERSHNER

Israel’s aerial bombardment of Gaza continued Sunday, as did rocket fire into Israel, as Israeli leaders and Palestinian militants both appeared ready to continue and escalate the conflict.

. News Analysis: For Israelis and Palestinians, Separation Is Dehumanizing
On Sunday, government forces bombarded Maryinka, a village near Donetsk, which is a pro-Russian stronghold like Luhansk.

Ukrainian Forces Close In on Rebel-Held Luhansk

By SABRINA TAVERNISE

Government fighters battered the outer suburbs of Luhansk, pushing deeper than ever but falling short of retaking the city.

Secretary of State John Kerry in Vienna on Sunday.

News Analysis

Americans and Iranians See Constraints at Home in Nuclear Negotiations

By DAVID E. SANGER

As Secretary of State John Kerry tries to rescue stalled talks with Iran’s foreign minister, he is struggling to accommodate members of Congress, top military officials and Iran’s supreme leader.

U.S.
Dr. Michael Bell, left, has been appointed by Dr. Thomas R. Frieden, right, to oversee laboratory safety at the C.D.C. The pair stood outside a potentially contaminated lab.

After Lapses, C.D.C. Admits a Lax Culture at Labs

By RICHARD FAUSSET and DONALD G. McNEIL Jr.

Recent revelations of safety breaches on the handling of dangerous microbes have created a crisis of faith at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and prompted calls for sweeping changes at the agency.

Catherine Wiands-Annett on Nantucket beside the grave of her mother, Doris Davis, whose funeral in February was delayed because of bad weather.

Even on Nantucket, a Funeral Home Is a Luxury

By KATHARINE Q. SEELYE

Some people on the island want to establish a nonprofit funeral service, but they are being opposed by powerful organizations representing Massachusetts’ cemeteries and funeral directors.

Bergdahl Is Set to Resume Life on Active Duty

By ERIC SCHMITT

Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is expected to return to life as a regular Army soldier as early as Monday, Defense Department officials said late Sunday.

Politics
Mark Mayfield during an initial court appearance in May.

Dirty Tricks, Tea Party Suicide and Rising Mississippi Anger

By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON

The suicide of Mark Mayfield, one of the founders of the Mississippi Tea Party, has only deepened the enmity left by a divisive Republican primary.

Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. last week in Oslo, where he called for tougher European security laws.

Holder Voices ‘Extreme Concern’ About Terrorist Bomb Makers

By BRIAN KNOWLTON

Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. addressed reports that Yemeni explosives experts were working on devices small enough to fit into cellphones or laptop computers, and helping militants in Syria.

Representative Andy Harris, Republican of Maryland, has denied a political motive in opposing pot decriminalization in D.C.

Marijuana Is at Center of Feud in Capital

By TRIP GABRIEL

A law to make marijuana possession in the District of Columbia punishable by only a $25 ticket has ignited a feud between Washington’s mayor and a Republican House member.

Technology
Marco Weber is producing

BitTorrent to Try a Paywall and Crowdfunding

By MICHAEL CIEPLY

The site, whose namesake software is often used for illegal file-sharing, is teaming up with film producers and musicians to charge for downloads.

Smartphone shoppers in Seoul, South Korea. Samsung, the leading handset maker, is being undercut by cheap Chinese phones.

Samsung Considers Its Counterattack as Rivals Erode Cellphone Profit

By BRIAN X. CHEN

Analysts say the company, which is the world’s top cellphone maker, must cut prices or push innovation as low-cost Chinese handsets threaten its dominance.

. Samsung Contractor Suspended Over Child Labor Allegations

Tech Scene in Myanmar Hinges on Cellphone Grid

By ANGELINA DRAPER

Limited telephone and Internet infrastructure, and decreasing smartphone costs, mean most of Myanmar’s 60 million people will experience the Internet first through cellphones.

Sports
A fan lifting up a replica of the World Cup trophy. Brazil lost to Germany in the semifinals, 7-1, but avoided the added blow of rival Argentina winning the World Cup.

On Soccer

Success for Brazil, Just Not on the Field

By JERÉ LONGMAN

Its team suffered a humiliating semifinal defeat, but Brazil is taking comfort in its success as host of the World Cup and in its archrival Argentina’s loss in the final.

Protesters in Brazil played their own final.

Brazilians Go Back to Real Life

By SIMON ROMERO

Fans and authorities in Brazil breathed a sigh of relief as the World Cup ended without any major off-the-field incidents, and without an Argentine victory.

Germany's Mesut Ozil celebrated after scoring Germany's second goal, which was ultimately the game-winner.

Germans See World Cup Win as a Symbol of Global Might

By ALISON SMALE and JACK EWING

The victory symbolized, at least to fans, not just Germany’s dominance of Europe, but its prominence on the world stage.

. In Buenos Aires, Applause and Cheers Despite Argentina’s Loss

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