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8/6/14 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.

 

Top News
Soldiers rested on Tuesday after Israel withdrew all of its forces from the Gaza Strip and a 72-hour cease-fire went into effect.

Israel Exits Gaza as Truce Begins

By STEVEN ERLANGER and BEN HUBBARD

As a 72-hour truce mediated by Egypt took hold, Israel said it had withdrawn its forces from Gaza and Hamas said it would engage in talks on a lasting peace arrangement.

The body of a child in the morgue at Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City. According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, six infants under age 1 were killed during Israeli military operations.

Civilian or Not? New Fight in Tallying the Dead From the Gaza Conflict

By JODI RUDOREN

The battle over casualty statistics in Gaza rages on, with no other number as contentious as the ratio of civilians to combatants killed.

U.S. General Is Killed in Attack at Afghan Base; Others Injured

By MATTHEW ROSENBERG and HELENE COOPER

An Afghan soldier killed Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene, who appeared to be the highest-ranking member of the American military to die in hostilities overseas since the Vietnam War.

NOLOGY

Russian Gang Amasses Over a Billion Internet Passwords

By NICOLE PERLROTH and DAVID GELLES

The hacked records, discovered by a security firm based in Milwaukee, include user name and password combinations and more than 500 million email addresses.

. How to Keep Data Out of Hackers’ Hands

OPINION |Op-Ed Contributor

Stop the C.I.A. Spin on Torture

By ANTONIO M. TAGUBA

Abu Ghraib should have taught us that oversight is not the enemy.

World
President Vladimir V. Putin greeted residents in Voronezh, Russia, about 120 miles from the Ukraine border, on Tuesday.

Putin Urges Economic Retaliation for Sanctions Over Ukraine Conflict

By NEIL MacFARQUHAR and ANDREW ROTH

The Russian president said that the measures were necessary to protect manufacturers of consumer goods in his country.

African Leaders Sit Down With American Investors

By MARK LANDLER

President Obama vowed a long-term partnership that extended beyond exploiting the mineral wealth of the countries for the benefit of the United States.

Sierra Leone Deploys Troops in Ebola Crisis

By ADAM NOSSITER

Sierra Leone’s government said it would deploy a battalion to ensure patients and citizens who may be infected remain isolated.

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

U.S.
A doll for an arrival at a detention center in Artesia, N.M.

As U.S. Speeds the Path to Deportation, Distress Fills New Family Detention Centers

By JULIA PRESTON

The Obama administration has shifted to a strategy of deterrence on migrants, moving families to isolated facilities and placing them on a fast track for deportation to send a message that those caught entering illegally will not be permitted to stay.

Secret Papers Describe Size of Terror Lists Kept by U.S.

By CHARLIE SAVAGE

Documents show that more than 20,000 U.S. citizens and permanent residents are included in a federal database.

Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene

Slain General in Afghanistan Was Quietly Effective Leader, Known for Technical Skill

By ALAN RAPPEPORT and HELENE COOPER

Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene, a veteran acquisitions officer who had not seen combat before, was helping complete the transition to Afghan control.

Politics
President Obama criticized co-called corporate inversions in a speech in Los Angeles last month.

White House Weighs Actions to Deter Overseas Tax Flight

By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS

Treasury officials are assembling an array of options that would wipe out the enticements of so-called tax inversions.

. DealBook: Walgreen Is Said to Near a Deal to Buy Out Boots Pharmacy
Senator Pat Roberts was cheered on by supporters while waiting for the results of the Republican primary vote in Overland Park, Kan. on Tuesday night.

Senator Pat Roberts Beats Tea Party Challenger in Kansas

By JONATHAN WEISMAN

Mr. Roberts, who has been in the Senate since 1997, defeated Milton Wolf, a radiologist and hard-line conservative, in a closely watched Republican primary.

. Primary Results: Kansas
Justice Cornelia A. Clark, campaigning in Smithville, Tenn., and two Supreme Court colleagues face challenges.

Conservatives See Potential in Tennessee Judicial Race

By ALAN BLINDER

A judicial election in Tennessee this week could add momentum to efforts by conservatives to reshape courts across the country.

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

Business
The Time Warner Center in New York.

DealBook

After Pushback, Murdoch Abandons Fox’s Pursuit of Time Warner

By MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED and JONATHAN MAHLER

It would have created a $150 billion giant, but Time Warner and Fox’s shareholders weren’t interested.

The headquarters of the British bank Standard Chartered in London.

DealBook

British Bank Standard Chartered Faces Action, Again, by New York State

By JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG and BEN PROTESS

The British banking giant is being scrutinized by New York’s financial regulator for failing to weed out risky transactions flowing through its American operations.

Tony Blair with President Paul Kagame of Rwanda in April. Mr. Blair has praised the country's progress under Mr. Kagame.

Tony Blair Has Used His Connections to Change the World, and to Get Rich

By DANNY HAKIM

Since leaving Downing Street, Mr. Blair has become a diplomat, opened charities and made millions from consulting, raising questions about possible conflicts of interest.

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

Technology

Deal Professor

New Strategy as Tech Giants Transform Into Conglomerates

By STEVEN DAVIDOFF SOLOMON

A buying spree among technology companies has revolutionized the venture capital business model.

Sprint conceded that its plan for a union with T-Mobile would not pass muster with U.S. regulators.

DealBook

Sprint and SoftBank Drop Plan for Deal With T-Mobile US

By MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED

Sprint and its corporate parent, the Japanese telecommunications giant, conceded that antitrust regulators would block a deal.

Bits Blog

Apple and Samsung Drop Patent Fights Outside the United States

By BRIAN X. CHEN

Apple and Samsung Electronics on Tuesday said they had agreed to drop patent litigation against each other in a number of countries. But they said they are not done fighting.

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

Sports
Alabama, with a top football team, is in the Southeastern Conference, which would gain more autonomy.

N.C.A.A. May Let Its Top Conferences Play by Their Own Rules

By MARC TRACY

The powerhouses of college sports are expected to gain preliminary approval to break away from some of the strictures of the N.C.A.A., which would give them more freedom to govern themselves and could allow athletes a share of the wealth.

Anthony P. Bosch, who is not a licensed doctor but played the part of one, has emerged over the past two years as one of the most notorious figures in baseball.

Biogenesis Founder Surrenders to D.E.A.

By STEVE EDER

Anthony P. Bosch was charged on Tuesday with distributing the anabolic steroid testosterone to hundreds of people, including high school athletes and professional athletes.

Doctors advised Giants running back David Wilson to give up playing football.

Spinal Issues Loom Over the N.F.L.

By ZACH SCHONBRUN

With Giants running back David Wilson forced into retirement at 23, other N.F.L. players have recognized the potential hazards of spinal issues.

For more sports news, go to NYTimes.com/Sports »

Arts

Imagine This

A Lifetime of Looking, Magically Recovered

By HOLLAND COTTER

From a Byzantine basilica to a Vermeer, an art critic imagines uniting soul-altering artworks from his travels in a single show.

Books of The Times

Maybe There’s a Whole Other Internet

By DWIGHT GARNER

David Shafer’s first book, “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot,” is about a multinational cabal that plans to subjugate humanity by privatizing all information.

Deep Chords: Haruki Murakami’s ‘Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage’

By PATTI SMITH

Patti Smith reviews Haruki Murakami’s dreamlike new novel, in which a man seeks out old friends to understand why he was banished from their circle.

 

Top News
Soldiers rested on Tuesday after Israel withdrew all of its forces from the Gaza Strip and a 72-hour cease-fire went into effect.

Israel Exits Gaza as Truce Begins

By STEVEN ERLANGER and BEN HUBBARD

As a 72-hour truce mediated by Egypt took hold, Israel said it had withdrawn its forces from Gaza and Hamas said it would engage in talks on a lasting peace arrangement.

The body of a child in the morgue at Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City. According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, six infants under age 1 were killed during Israeli military operations.

Civilian or Not? New Fight in Tallying the Dead From the Gaza Conflict

By JODI RUDOREN

The battle over casualty statistics in Gaza rages on, with no other number as contentious as the ratio of civilians to combatants killed.

U.S. General Is Killed in Attack at Afghan Base; Others Injured

By MATTHEW ROSENBERG and HELENE COOPER

An Afghan soldier killed Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene, who appeared to be the highest-ranking member of the American military to die in hostilities overseas since the Vietnam War.

Credit: nytimes.com

 

 

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