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In Washington, Second Thoughts on Arming Police

By MATT APUZZO and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT

President Obama has ordered a comprehensive review of the government’s decade-old strategy of outfitting local police departments with military-grade body armor, officials say.

. Graphic: The Flow of Money and Equipment to Local Police
. War Gear Flows to Police Departments
Josephine Finda Sellu, deputy nurse matron at a government hospital in Kenema, Sierra Leone, where 15 Ebola nurses have died.

If They Survive in the Ebola Ward, They Work On

By ADAM NOSSITER and BEN C. SOLOMON

At the government hospital in Kenema, Sierra Leone, the deputy nurse matron is one of perhaps three women on the original Ebola nursing staff who have neither gotten sick nor fled.

. Video  Video: Burial Boys of Ebola
Francis Aquino Aneury, 17, left, in a white T-shirt, shines shoes in Santo Domingo. He says that the ex-Vatican nuncio to the Dominican Republic, Jozef Wesolowski, molested him over a period of three years, starting when he was 14.

For Nuncio Accused of Abuse, Dominicans Want Justice at Home, Not Abroad

By LAURIE GOODSTEIN

A top Vatican ambassador, or nuncio – who serves as a personal envoy of the pope – was accused of sexual abuse of minors

U.S.

Timeline for a Body: 4 Hours in the Middle of a Ferguson Street

By JULIE BOSMAN and JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN

Local officials say the image of Michael Brown’s corpse in the open set the scene for what was to become a combustible worldwide story of police tactics and race in America.

OPINION |Opinion

The Climate Swerve

By ROBERT JAY LIFTON

Will a social movement rise up against global warming?

Video Video: Devoted to Rural America PatrickGottsch, founder of the rural cable channel RFD-TV, is taking up the fight against big media mergers.

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Video Video: Burial Boys of Ebola In Sierra Leone, a group of young men take on the dirtiest work of the Ebola outbreak: finding and burying the dead.

Video Video: Marchers Demand Justice for Eric Garner Demonstrators on Staten Island protested the chokehold death of an unarmed black man who was in the custody of police officers trying to arrest him for selling loose cigarettes.

World
A worker for the Independent Election Commission with ballot boxes that were to be audited for evidence of fraud.

In Afghan Election, Signs of Systemic Fraud Cast Doubt on Many Votes

By CARLOTTA GALL

More than two million ballots in the June 14 presidential runoff have been called into question, foiling a swift democratic transition and plunging the country into crisis.

BOISTEROUS MOVEMENT  Backers of the ex-cricketer Imran Khan and the cleric Muhammad Tahir-ul Qadri have flooded the streets of Islamabad near Parliament.

Populist’s Brash Tactics Stir Fears of Crisis in Pakistan

By DECLAN WALSH

Imran Khan, the former cricketer turned opposition leader, led thousands of supporters to the capital a week ago, but his protest movement has been messy and inconclusive.

Philippe Colombani, the head of a union of driving school owners, opposes Ornikar's model and has challenged it in court.

A Driving School in France Hits a Wall of Regulations

By SUZANNE DALEY

Experts say the struggle of two entrepreneurs highlights how the myriad rules governing driving schools – and 36 other highly regulated professions – stifle competition and inflate prices in France.

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

U.S.
Demonstrators protested the killing of Michael Brown in Washington, D.C.

Hundreds in Washington Protest Missouri Shooting

By ELENA SCHNEIDER

The demonstrators demanded the arrest of the police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown and the demilitarization of police departments.

. On Staten Island, Thousands Protest Police Tactics
Tammy Messmer in St. Louis on Saturday at a rally of supporters of Darren Wilson, the officer who shot Michael Brown. A crowdfunding campaign for the officer raised money in a few days.

Dozens Rally for Officer in Ferguson Killing as Funds Are Raised Online

By FRANCES ROBLES

Supporters of Officer Darren Wilson gathered on Saturday in St. Louis as a campaign to raise money for his relocation and legal expenses surpassed $300,000.

Patrick Gottsch, founder of the rural cable channel RFD-TV, is taking up the fight against big media mergers.

TV Chief Takes 2-by-4 to a Proposed Cable Merger

By EMILY STEEL

Patrick Gottsch, the chairman of the Rural Media Group, has become one of the most vocal critics of the proposed media consolidation.

. Video  Video: Devoted to Rural America

Politics
Jordan Stanley helped prune marijuana plants near Wray, Colo., last month. He and his brothers sell an oil made from a nonintoxicating strain of cannabis.

Bid to Expand Medical Marijuana Business Faces Federal Hurdles

By DAVE PHILIPPS

If the federal government agrees, the door could open to interstate sales by medical cannabis growers across the country.

Sam Leffler of Denver, an Arizona State University freshman, registered to vote in federal elections on Wednesday. College students who move to Arizona are allowed to vote in state and local elections only if they can show proof of citizenship.

U.S. Court to Hear Case on Voting Restrictions as Arizona Prepares for Polls

By ERIK ECKHOLM

A Denver panel will hear arguments about a policy in Arizona and Kansas that bars some without paper proof of citizenship from voting in state and local elections.

. As Arizona Primary Nears, Governor Candidates Turn Eyes to Border

The Upshot

The Growing Blue-State Diaspora

By ROBERT GEBELOFF and DAVID LEONHARDT

Many Americans born in blue states have moved to red states since 2000, helping Democrats in national elections.

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

Business
Michael R. Bloomberg's foundation has many causes on its plate, including an antismoking campaign in Turkey.

Michael Bloomberg’s Harder Sell

By LANDON THOMAS Jr.

Stepping up his philanthropy, the former mayor of New York still pushes big ideas, but on a much wider stage. Turkey’s smoking rate is just one of his targets.

At a London bar, martinis made with a gin from Smooth Ambler of West Virginia, left, and with a barrel-aged gin from F.E.W. of Illinois.

Raising a Glass to American Upstart Distillers

By CLAY RISEN

With a burst of new flavors and styles, boutique American whiskeys and gins are making a splash in a once-staid global market.

Datapoints

Two Countries, Two Vastly Different Phone Bills

By ANNA BERNASEK

If your monthly cellphone bill seems high, it may be because American cellphone service is among the most costly in the world. A comparison of two phone plans.

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

Technology

It’s the Economy

Delivery Start-Ups Are Back Like It’s 1999

By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER

Silicon Valley wants to save you from ever having to leave your couch. Will it work this time around?

. The Upshot: Delivering Everything, Except Perhaps Profits
Secret said it was increasing its protections against people posting people's names or other personal information.

Bits Blog

Secret, an Anonymous Social App, Tries to Clean Up Its Act

By MIKE ISAAC

The company announced plans to invest heavily in making the network a more pleasant place to visit.

An example of a fake message purporting to be from the F.B.I. on a hijacked Android device infected with so-called ransomware.

Bits Blog

Android Phones Hit by ‘Ransomware’

By NICOLE PERLROTH

Hackers have figured out how to lock people out of their Android devices and demand money in exchange for letting them back in.

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

Sports

B.C.S. Makes Way for College Football Playoff (and New Debates)

By MARC TRACY

A new playoff system this season will include four teams, an increase from the B.C.S.’s two. Most people view that as an improvement, but there is still plenty to argue about.

. College Football Playoff Possibilities
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota spent two years as a backup at Honolulu's parochial St. Louis School, which has attracted some of Oahu's best quarterbacks.

A Star’s Bumpy Trail to Oregon

By TIM ROHAN

Before Marcus Mariota became the Ducks’ quarterback, with a chance at the Heisman Trophy and a national title, he overcame hurdles in Hawaii.

Coach Will Muschamp, in his fourth season at Florida, first must end the seven-game losing streak that concluded the Gators' 2013 season.

After Season of Despair, All the Pressure Is on the Coach

By MARC TRACY

Will Muschamp, in his fourth season as Florida’s coach, is facing enormous pressure to succeed after a 4-8 campaign derailed by more than two dozen injuries.

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