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The White House has confirmed that an Internet video showing an ISIS militant beheading American reporter Steven Sotloff is authentic

For more on this story, visit http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/09/03/video-reportedly-shows-beheading-reporter-steven-sotloff-by-isis/

NY MINI

ISIS Says It Killed Steven Sotloff After U.S. Strikes in Northern Iraq

By MARK LANDLER and ERIC SCHMITT

The group released a video showing the beheading of a second American, blaming President Obama for the death and raising the pressure on him to order strikes on the group in Syria.

A militia fighter who defended Amerli. A coalition of militias backed by American air support ultimately drove off the militants.

Waging Desperate Campaign, Iraqi Town Held Off Militants

By AZAM AHMED

The siege of Amerli, a northern Shiite Turkmen community, is thought to be the first instance in which a town has kept ISIS at bay since the group began its march through Iraq.

Pieces of a Ukrainian tank littered a road after recent clashes in the strategic town of Ilovaysk, a transportation hub about 28 miles east of Donetsk, Ukraine.

U.S. and Europe Are Struggling With Response to a Bold Russia

By PETER BAKER and STEVEN ERLANGER

Officials hope that any new measures will have more impact than the economic sanctions imposed on Moscow so far.

ISIS Says It Killed Steven Sotloff After U.S. Strikes in Northern Iraq

By MARK LANDLER and ERIC SCHMITT

The group released a video showing the beheading of a second American, blaming President Obama for the death and raising the pressure on him to order strikes on the group in Syria.

A militia fighter who defended Amerli. A coalition of militias backed by American air support ultimately drove off the militants.

Waging Desperate Campaign, Iraqi Town Held Off Militants

By AZAM AHMED

The siege of Amerli, a northern Shiite Turkmen community, is thought to be the first instance in which a town has kept ISIS at bay since the group began its march through Iraq.

Pieces of a Ukrainian tank littered a road after recent clashes in the strategic town of Ilovaysk, a transportation hub about 28 miles east of Donetsk, Ukraine.

U.S. and Europe Are Struggling With Response to a Bold Russia

By PETER BAKER and STEVEN ERLANGER

Officials hope that any new measures will have more impact than the economic sanctions imposed on Moscow so far.

Congressional Memo

After Eric Cantor’s Exit, House Turns Sympathetic Ear From Big Business to Oil and Gas

By JONATHAN WEISMAN

Wall Street and Big Business have lost their most sympathetic ear, oil and gas industries are on the rise, and Louisiana once again has a booming voice.

Bill Walker, independent candidate for governor of Alaska.

Alaska Race Sees Democrat Quit Campaign for Governor

By KIRK JOHNSON

Byron Mallott said he would withdraw and run instead for lieutenant governor alongside an independent candidate, Bill Walker.

Former Gov. Bob McDonnell and his son Bobby left court after the first day of jury deliberation.

Judge Rejects Defense’s Criteria for Convicting Ex-Governor Bob McDonnell as Jury Gets Case

By TRIP GABRIEL

The case against Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, who are facing corruption charges, will go into its second day of deliberations.

Home Depot Investigates a Possible Data Breach

By BRIAN X. CHEN

The retailer said it was investigating a report that customer credit and debit card data was stolen from its systems and put up for sale online.

A German court has slapped an injunction on the popular car pick-up service Uber, saying it lacks the needed legal permits.

Bits Blog

German Court Bans Uber Service Nationwide

By MARK SCOTT and MELISSA EDDY

The order will stand until the court holds a hearing this year. Uber said it would continue to operate in Germany despite the threat of criminal charges and fines.

. Bits Blog: Lyft Says Uber’s Recruitment Efforts Are Hurting Drivers

DealBook

IEX, Upstart Trading Platform, Raises $75 Million in New Financing

By MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED

The stock trading platform created to temper high-frequency traders’ advantages and profiled in Michael Lewis’s book “Flash Boys” has raised money that will help the start-up become a full-fledged stock market.

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

Sports
Serena and Venus Williams.

All That Back and Forth at the U.S. Open, Between Doubles Partners

By SARAH LYALL

Doubles players treat points as baseball or football players might, mapping out tactics in advance. At the same time, the teams use the between-point encounters to prop each other up.

Gaël Monfils at times during his match Tuesday argued with the umpire or gestured with his racket to no one in particular.

Gaël Monfils vs. Roger Federer: Expect Sparks to Fly at the U.S. Open

By LYNN ZINSER and ZACH SCHONBRUN

In straight-set victories, Roger Federer advanced past No. 17 Roberto Bautista Agut and Gaël Monfils dispatched No. 7 Grigor Dimitrov, setting up a rematch just a few weeks after the two players last met.

Kei Nishikori reached the quarterfinals with his win over Milos Raonic.

On Tennis

Sleep-Deprived, but Into the Next Round

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

Kei Nishikori advanced to the U.S. Open quarterfinals by defeating Milos Raonic in a five-set match that started on Monday night and ended Tuesday morning.

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

Arts
Adolf Eichmann at his trial in Jerusalem.

Book Portrays Eichmann as Evil, but Not Banal

By JENNIFER SCHUESSLER

A German philosopher, Bettina Stangneth, explores the voluminous memoirs of Adolf Eichmann, and her country’s reluctance to prosecute him.

A View of the Heavens Needs Some Retouching

By WILLIAM GRIMES

“Meeting,” by James Turrell, one of the most popular installations at MoMA PS1, with its open roof, is in need of restoration and has been closed for over a year.

Jeff Tweedy on guitar, and his son Spencer, noodling around in the Wilco loft in Chicago in August. Their first album, as Tweedy, comes out this month.

A Family Album

By DAVE ITZKOFF

When your father is a rock star – in this case, Jeff Tweedy of Wilco – banding together to make an album might make more sense than rebelling.

For more arts news, go to NYTimes.com/Arts »

N.Y./Region
New York Cancels or Postpones Opening of 45 Pre-K Programs

By KATE TAYLOR

Nine sites that would have served 265 students will not open because of safety concerns or other issues, officials announced two days before the first day of school.

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo speaking to reporters in Lower Manhattan on Tuesday.

Gov. Cuomo Is Running for a 2nd Term, but He Doesn’t Have Much to Say About It

By THOMAS KAPLAN

The week before the Democratic primary, Andrew M. Cuomo continues to avoid uttering the name of his Democratic opponent, Zephyr Teachout, let alone debating her.

Neighbors say that scaffolding at the corner of Lenox Avenue and 123rd Street, where Miles Edwin did pull-ups on Monday, attracts unsavory behavior.

10 Years On, Sca

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