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U.S. Mobilizes Allies to Widen Assault on ISIS

By HELENE COOPER and MARK LANDLER

President Obama is nearing a decision to authorize airstrikes and airdrops around Amerli, an Iraqi town that has been under siege by militants for more than two months.

Video Video: Quake Damage and Spilled Wine in Napa The cleanup continues in the Napa Valley as wineries assess the damage after a 6.0 earthquake shook the area early Sunday.

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Video Video: Intersection | Eclectic in Meatpacking Katerina Mozgovoy described her personal style as a colorful mix of everything, from her monkey-teeth necklace to the skirt her mother made a decade ago.

A coal-fired power plant in Kentucky. Coal-heavy states could be economic losers in any climate-change protocol that targets such plants, which are among the largest greenhouse gas emitters.

Obama Pursuing Climate Accord in Lieu of Treaty

By CORAL DAVENPORT

To sidestep Senate approval, President Obama’s negotiators are devising what they call a “politically binding” deal to “name and shame” countries into cutting their emissions.

Douglas McAuthur McCain

American Fighting for ISIS Is Killed in Syria

By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT

Douglas McAuthur McCain’s death is an early clue for American officials as they try to identify the American

Putin Talks to Ukrainian Leader as Videos Show Captured Russian Soldiers

By ANDREW HIGGINS and MICHAEL R. GORDON

Ukraine released video of what it said were captured Russian soldiers, raising tensions as President Vladimir V. Putin met with his Ukrainian counterpart, Petro O. Poroshenko.

A Hamas militant fired into the air in Gaza City on Tuesday to celebrate a cease-fire that will open border crossings for aid and reconstruction supplies.

Cease-Fire Extended, but Not on Hamas’s Terms

By JODI RUDOREN

The long-term deal, proposed by Egypt, halts the longest, bloodiest battle either side has experienced in years, but without resolving many of the bigger issues underlying the conflict.

Bahia Mamo, 13, in a refugee camp in northern Iraq.

Betrayal of Yazidis Stokes Iraqi Fears of Return to 2006 Sectarian Horrors

By AZAM AHMED

Yazidis who fled the violence in northern Iraq were left with a sense of betrayal after Arabs who they thought were friends became supporters of ISIS, or even joined militants.

Texas v. Perry Emerges From Years of Struggle Over Anticorruption Unit

By DAVID MONTGOMERY

The conflict between Republicans who control Texas state government and a Democratic district attorney’s office has been playing out for years.

Obama Tells Veterans He Will Fix Health System, as New Report Lists Lapses

By PETER BAKER and DAVE PHILIPPS

President Obama spoke to an American Legion convention Tuesday with a promise to do more to improve veterans’ access to health care and housing.

. No Link Found for Deaths and Veterans’ Care Delays
An assistant United States attorney, Michael S. Dry, front, questioned Bob McDonnell, the former Virginia governor, in a federal court in Richmond.

Former Virginia Governor Sorry for Accepting Gifts, but Defends Loan Deals

By JONATHAN WEISMAN

The prosecutor and Bob McDonnell, the former governor, had heated exchanges about a loan proposed to Mr. McDonnell at a highly favorable rate by the businessman Jonnie R. Williams Sr.

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

Business
A postage stamp issued by the nation to celebrate its ownership of the .tv domain name, from which it earns several millions of dollars a year.

As Online Video Surges, the .TV Domain Rides the Wave

By NOAM COHEN

The domain, owned by Tuvalu, a tiny South Pacific island nation, signals how people watch TV now – online and on apps – and makes the country a tidy sum, too.

The collection in the Detroit Institute of Arts was appraised at $8.1 billion by Art Capital, an investment firm that is offering loans collateralized by the art.

DealBook

Detroit Mum on Proposal to Use Its Art as Collateral

By MARY WILLIAMS WALSH

A confidential report to the bankrupt city offers a loan of $500 million to $3 billion, collateralized by pieces in the Detroit Institute of Arts.

An employee at Boeing, where airplane orders have surged.

Demand Up, U.S. Economy Shows Gains

By NELSON D. SCHWARTZ

New data suggests an increased demand by businesses for manufactured goods in July, as well as rising consumer confidence.

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

Technology
A view from part of the Watchtower complex vacated by Jehovah's Witnesses.

Tech Tenants Filling a Slice of Brooklyn Called Dumbo Heights

By MATT A.V. CHABAN

The Jehovah’s Witnesses have moved their headquarters upstate, and their Watchtower complex in Dumbo is attracting tech start-ups.

Speed and Spectators Lead to Twitch, a Gaming Nexus

By MIKE ISAAC

Twitch.tv, bought by Amazon for over $1 billion, flourished with increasing data speeds and a growing community, taking over the start-up that created it.

The study asked participants about the revelations of government spying made by Edward Snowden, a widely discussed issue on which Americans were almost equally divided.

The Upshot

How Social Media Silences Debate

By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER

People have always tended to surround themselves with like-minded people, but the Internet makes doing so easier than ever before, a study finds.

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

Sports
Richie Incognito, who has played for three teams in five years, is free to sign with any team that wants him.

N.F.L. Clears Richie Incognito to Return to the Field

By KEN BELSON

Incognito, the N.F.L. lineman who was suspended in November for a pattern of harassment toward Dolphins teammates and a team employee, is eligible to sign with any team.

Catherine Bellis, 15, of the United States, who earned a wild card, upset No. 12 seed Dominika Cibulkova of Slovakia in three sets.

Youngest Player in Tournament Makes Biggest Splash

By LYNN ZINSER

Catherine Bellis, 15, upset No. 12 seed Dominika Cibulkova, 6-1, 4-6, 6-4, and is the youngest player to win a match at the Open since 1996.

Victor Estrella Burgos during his match against the Dutchman Igor Sjisling.

Sports of The Times

Making His U.S. Open Debut, Victor Estrella Burgos Is Embraced by Dominicans

By MICHAEL POWELL

At 34, Burgos qualified for the tournament and won his opening match one year after being ranked 300th, and every Dominican in attendance seemed to know his story.

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

Arts

Books of The Times

A Lifetime Watching the World Devolve

By MICHIKO KAKUTANI

“The Bone Clocks,” by David Mitchell, follows a captivating heroine from her days as a spirited teenage runaway to her worried existence as a grandmother in a crumbling society.

Julianna Margulies's new Emmy for

Explaining Status Quo at Emmy Awards

By EMILY STEEL and BILL CARTER

Some Emmy voters may have felt threatened by streaming services like Netflix, potentially hampering its success at the Emmys.

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The comedian Ron Funches on Sunday in Sunnyvale, Calif.

On Comedy

Purrs Like a Kitty Cat, Stings Like a Bee

By JASON ZINOMAN

The comedian Ron Funches plays w

 

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