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JULY 29 2014 SHARED NEWSLETTER – NY MINI

Eph. 6:16 ...taking the shield of faith with which you will be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked one.

Eph. 6:16 …taking the shield of faith with which you will be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked one.

Taliban Making Military Gains in Afghanistan

By AZAM AHMED

The insurgents’ increasing domination of key strategic areas has cast doubts on the government’s stability after the United States completes its withdrawal of combat troops.

Passengers rescued from the sinking of the ferry Sewol in April.

In Ferry Deaths, a South Korean Tycoon’s Downfall

By CHOE SANG-HUN, MARTIN FACKLER, ALISON LEIGH COWAN and SCOTT SAYARE

The sinking of the ferry Sewol killed 304 passengers and exposed a web of questionable business practices by Yoo Byung-eun, whose body was discovered last week near a villa where he had hidden.

A Russian rocket system, similar to the one thought to have downed a civilian jet, at a 2011 show.

Pentagon Plan Would Help Ukraine Target Rebel Missiles

By DAVID E. SANGER and ERIC SCHMITT

A proposal would let the Obama administration give precise locations of surface-to-air missiles controlled by Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine so the Ukrainian government could target them.

Video Video: Weapons Rule at Comic-Con Attendees of Comic-Con International bring an assortment of “weapons” to the convention hall that are screened by security officers.

OPINION |Editorial

Repeal Prohibition, Again

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

The federal government should follow the growing movement in the states and repeal the ban on production, sale and use of marijuana.

Israel Extends Cease-Fire in Gaza, a U.N. Request Rejected by Hamas

By JODI RUDOREN and MICHAEL R. GORDON

Hamas rejected the extension of the humanitarian lull for 24 hours, and Israel said it would continue to destroy tunnels from Gaza into its territory.

Pause in the Fighting Gives Civilians on Both Sides a Moment to Take Stock

By BEN HUBBARD

Saturday’s cease-fire provided the first daylong relief from violence for civilians since the start of the 19-day war between Israel and Palestinian militants.

Smoke rose after heavy fighting near the airport in Tripoli on Friday.

Facing Escalating Violence, U.S. Evacuates Staff From Its Embassy in Libya

By KAREEM FAHIM

Weeks of fighting between militias for control of Tripoli’s airport has edged toward the embassy in recent weeks, leading the State Department to close it and issue a travel warning.

For more world news, go to NYTimes.com/World »

U.S.

‘Rule Followers’ Flock to a Convention Where Fake Violence Reigns

By MICHAEL CIEPLY and BROOKS BARNES

At Comic-Con, which puts violence in entertainment on display, attendees tend to behave well, highlighting the mystery in the debate about whether such mayhem influences behavior.

. Video  Video: Weapons Rule at Comic-Con
The Sands Casino in Bethlehem, Pa., which rose from the old Bethlehem Steel stacks along the Lehigh River, opened in 2009.

This Land

Sought in Vegas, a Swindler Is Dealt a Losing Hand Far From Home

By DAN BARRY

Jubreal Chahine was no stranger to Las Vegas casino floor managers, who had busted him several times for his old-fashioned cheating moves. But then he went underground and resurfaced in Pennsylvania.

. More This Land Columns
BuzzFeed Politics Writer Is Fired Over Plagiarism

By RAVI SOMAIYA

Ben Smith, BuzzFeed’s editor in chief, posted an apology, citing 41 articles that contained copied sentences or phrases.

Echoes of Past Battles on Immigration Ring Through Current Debate

By CARL HULSE

More than 30 years after the Mariel boatlift, the current fight over how to handle the tens of thousands of migrants from Central America has resurfaced political fault lines.

Former President Jimmy Carter and grandson Jason, a candidate for governor in Georgia.

Grandson Proudly Squirms in Carter’s Footsteps

By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG

As the Democratic nominee for governor in Georgia, Jason Carter has had to distance himself from many of the views of his grandfather, former President Jimmy Carter.

Hold the Phone: A Big-Data Conundrum

By SENDHIL MULLAINATHAN

Why does my phone seem to slow down when a new one is introduced? The data show correlations, not conclusions.

In Electric Objects' pop-up showroom in Manhattan, party guests viewed digital artwork on the company's screen devices.

Bits Blog

When Digital Art Is Suitable for Framing

By JENNA WORTHAM

New screens offer a chance to showcase an image (and a growing community of artists).

A handful of start-ups in India have begun to use technology to more easily connect auto-rickshaw drivers with customers - a twist to Uber and Lyft, the taxi-hailing apps.

Text and Ride in India

By MEGHA BAHREE

In a country with heavy traffic congestion and poor public transportation, companies are finding new ways to better connect drivers and passengers.

Prized but Perilous Catch

By JOHN BRANCH

A number of divers die each year in the pursuit of abalone, coveted for its shell and meat, while the California Department of Fish and Wildlife does its best to protect the species from illegal activity.

. Photographs  Slide Show: The Dangerous Hunt for a Delicacy
Andre Williams, carrying the ball in practice, was drafted in the fourth round after finishing fourth in the Heisman Trophy voting.

Budding Author and Inventor Emerges Quickly in Giants’ Backfield

By BILL PENNINGTON

Running back Andre Williams, whose career goals extend beyond football, has assumed a prominent role in the opening week of training camp.

. Roundup: Packers Give Leading Receiver a Contract Extension
Kathryn Bertine wants women to have an equal opportunity to compete in the Tour de France.

Sports of The Times

Women as Athletes, Not Accessories, at Least for a Day

By JULIET MACUR

La Course by le Tour de France, a women’s race around Paris set for Sunday, is a triumph for those who would like women to be more than hostesses at cycling’s premier event.

U.S. Considering Refugee Status for Hondurans

By FRANCES ROBLES and MICHAEL D. SHEAR

The plan aims to stem the surge at the border, allowing hundreds of minors and young adults to enter the United States without making a dangerous trek through Mexico.

. Graphic: Children at the Border
Villagers walked amid the unguarded wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, which was shot down over eastern Ukraine.

Ukraine Disaster in Search of an Investigation

By SABRINA TAVERNISE and THOMAS ERDBRINK

For all of the diplomatic frenzy that has followed the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, there is no sign of an investigation at the crash site.

Blasts Kill 16 Seeking Haven at Gaza School

By BEN HUBBARD and JODI RUDOREN

A series of explosions at a school that was sheltering hundreds of Palestinians who had fled their homes also wounded many others. The cause was not immediately clear.

A Graphic Photo Spurs Reflection

By JAMES ESTRIN

The image of two Indian girls – victims of gang rape – hanged from a tree has inspired discussion on the use and impact of such a graphic image.

Iraq Picks New President to Confront Militant Threat

By TIM ARANGO and SUADAD AL-SALHY

Fouad Massoum, a Kurd, was chosen and immediately sworn in amid a growing Sunni insurgency and international calls for a more inclusive government.

Weather Suspected in Air Algérie Plane Wreck; 116 Are Feared Dead

By ADAM NOSSITER and NICOLA CLARK

Officials said the jet, which took off from Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, went down during a storm in a semidesert area.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met with Mahmoud Abbas, the president of the Palestinian Authority, in the West Bank city of Ramallah on Wednesday.

Kerry Proposes Weeklong Halt to Fighting in Gaza Strip

By MICHAEL R. GORDON

Under the plan, Palestinian and Israeli officials would cease fighting on Sunday and begin negotiations on the principal economic, political and security concerns about Gaza.

For more world news, go to NYTimes.com/World »

U.S.
Dinesh D'Souza in Kenya interviewing George Obama, the president's half-brother, in a scene from

Heady Summer, Fateful Fall for Dinesh D’Souza, a Conservative Firebrand

By JONATHAN MAHLER

Even with the prospect of jail time looming, Dinesh D’Souza has emerged as the right-wing media star of the moment, a seemingly constant presence on talk radio and Fox News.

Joseph R. Wood III

A Prolonged Execution in Arizona Leads to a Temporary Halt

By FERNANDA SANTOS and JOHN SCHWARTZ

The state’s attorney general called for a temporary halt to executions a day after it took one hour and 57 minutes for Joseph R. Wood III to die.

Immigrants detained this week in Texas. Gov. Rick Perry plans to send 1,000 National Guard troops to help with the border crisis.

National Guard in Texas Could Get Arrest Power

By MANNY FERNANDEZ

By deploying Guard members himself rather than through Washington, Gov. Rick Perry has the power to order the troops to make arrests and apprehensions.

Ravens’ Rice Draws 2-Game Suspension From Goodell

By KEN BELSON

After an off-season arrest on a charge of felony assault against a woman, Baltimore running back Ray Rice, received a two-game ban from the N.F.L.

Vincenzo Nibali won the 18th stage of the Tour de France, all but assuring that he will win the overall title on Sunday.

With Lead Extended, It’s All Downhill to Paris

By IAN AUSTEN

Only illness, accident or profound bad luck are likely to prevent Vincenzo Nibali from winning the Tour de France on Sunday after his stage victory on Thursday in the mountains.

Mayor Jeff Katz's second baseball book,

In Cooperstown, a Baseball Author Is Also the Manager

By RICHARD SANDOMIR

For Jeff Katz, the mayor of Cooperstown who also writes books, baseball is often on his mind – especially this weekend, when the Hall of Fame’s induction ceremony will bring thousands to his city.

credit: nytimes.com

 

 

 

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