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Navy SEAL training exercises carried out in Coronado, Calif., include rapid descents from helicopters.

The Secret History of SEAL Team 6: Quiet Killings and Blurred Lines

By MARK MAZZETTI, NICHOLAS KULISH, CHRISTOPHER DREW, SERGE F. KOVALESKI, SEAN D. NAYLOR and JOHN ISMAY

The unit best known for killing Osama bin Laden has been converted into a global manhunting machine with limited outside oversight.

. Inside SEAL Team 6
J. Dennis Hastert, the former speaker of the House of Representatives, in his Capitol Hill office in March 2007.

Dennis Hastert Rushed to Make Money as Payouts Grew

By ERIC LIPTON

The former speaker of the House became more active in his lobbying firm at about the time that, according to a federal indictment, he began making large payments to a man known as “Individual A.”

.  Documents: Hastert, From Public Servant to Rainmaker
Hillary Rodham Clinton in Columbia, S.C., last month. If she is nominated, she does not plan to campaign much in red states.

Hillary Clinton Traces Friendly Path, Troubling Party

By JONATHAN MARTIN and MAGGIE HABERMAN

Ms. Clinton appears to be dispensing with the nationwide strategy that won her husband two terms in the White House, opting instead to retrace Barack Obama’s narrower path.

 

World
Bosnians greeted Pope Francis on Saturday as he was driven to a stadium in Sarajevo where he said Mass before 65,000 people.

Pope Francis Urges a Divided Bosnia to Heal, Declaring ‘War Never Again!’

By RICK LYMAN

Pope Francis praised the progress Bosnia made since the bloody ethnic conflict of the 1990s and urged an end to the sectarian conflicts around the world.

. Get New York Times’ WhatsApp Alerts on Pope’s Latin America Trip
Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia.

Surprising Saudi Rises as a Prince Among Princes

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK

Prince Mohammed bin Salman, 29, has swiftly accumulated more power than any prince has ever held, and he has become one of Saudi Arabia’s most visible leaders.

Bluefin tuna were surrounded by fishing nets in an ancient technique known as almadraba, as the fishing season opened off southern Spain.

Spanish Tuna Fishing Melds to Japan’s Taste, Endangering a 3,000-Year-Old Technique

By RAPHAEL MINDER

In response to fishing quotas and consumer demand, companies that run the almadraba are shifting to ranching to help fatten the tuna, rather than lifting and killing their catch.

 

President Obama offering his condolences to Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. during a funeral service Saturday for Beau Biden.

Obama Delivers Eulogy for Beau Biden

By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS

For Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., who lost a daughter and his first wife decades ago, it was another day of grief as he buried a son in Delaware.

Anthony DiTullio successfully addressed his painkiller addiction at a drug-treatment facility.

Painkillers Resist Abuse, but Experts Still Worry

By ALAN SCHWARZ

As thousands of addicts still find ways to abuse OxyContin and similar painkillers, called abuse-deterrent formulations, some experts caution that the protections are misunderstood.

Gov. Sam Brownback of Kansas last month. He signed a courts budget last week tying funding to a restriction on state justices.

Courts Budget Intensifies Kansas Dispute Over Powers

By JOHN ELIGON

In an effort to ensure courts would remain open during a budget impasse, Gov. Sam Brownback of Kansas signed into law a bill that funds the judiciary as long as it doesn’t strike down a 2014 law that reduced some if its authority.

 

Politics
Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin, left, with Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa as her fund-raiser began in Des Moines on Saturday.

As G.O.P. Courts Iowa, Party Debates Relevance of State

By JONATHAN MARTIN and ASHLEY PARKER

Seven presidential hopefuls joined Senator Joni Ernst for her inaugural pig roast and motorcycle ride, heaping praise on the freshman lawmaker.

Ben Carson in Boone, Iowa, on Saturday. He was among seven Republican presidential hopefuls who appeared at a fund-raiser there.

FIRST DRAFT

Ben Carson’s Nascent Campaign Faces Personnel Turmoil

By ASHLEY PARKER

Mr. Carson’s presidential campaign has lost several top staff members just a month after he announced he would seek the Republican nomination.

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia claimed a meeting last month with Secretary of State John Kerry in Sochi as a diplomatic triumph, creating a challenge for President Obama.

Task for Obama at Group of 7 Is to Reinforce Isolation of Russia

By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS

With Russia claiming a diplomatic victory after Secretary of State John Kerry’s visit, the challenge for the Obama administration becomes making sure Euro-American solidarity continues.

 

Business
The winning robot, from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, can kneel and drive on wheels in addition to walking.

Korean Robot Makers Walk Off With $2 Million Prize

By JOHN MARKOFF

The robots were graded on their ability to complete eight tasks, including drivin

Sports
The crowded platform at Belmont Station after last year's race. The Long Island Rail Road made improvements to the station that were intended to help ease the crowding this year.

Adjustments Ease Crowd at Racetrack

By MATT FLEGENHEIMER

After last year’s unwieldy crowds, insufficient food supplies and long train delays, new preparations were well received by visitors to Belmont Park.

The Triple Crown trophy, which was commissioned in 1950 by the Thoroughbred Racing Association and created by Cartier jewelers.

An Elusive Trophy, Gleaming Through the Smudges of Hands and Lips

By BILL PENNINGTON

For 37 long years, as the Triple Crown trophy waited for a permanent home, those handling it almost always did so wearing cotton gloves. “It shows fingerprints easily,” an executive said.

With her victory Saturday, Serena Williams stands third on the career list for major singles titles, behind Margaret Court (24) and Steffi Graf (22).

Third Time Is a Chore as Serena Williams Wins French Open Title

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

Williams overcame illness and shakiness to beat Lucie Safarova for her fifth three-set win in Paris, more than she had in any of her previous 19 runs to a Grand Slam singles title.

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Sam Martin belongs to a small group of emerging transgender authors who are writing children's literature in hopes of filling the void that they felt as young readers.

Transgender Children’s Books Fill a Void and Break a Taboo

By ALEXANDRA ALTER

Mainstream publishing houses are increasingly giving visibility to transgender authors and their books, which are aimed at broader and younger audiences.

 

Philippe Parreno at the Park Avenue Armory, where his work

In Philippe Parreno’s ‘H{N)Y P N(Y}OSIS,’ Art Is the Big Idea

By RANDY KENNEDY

The artist prepares to open his largest exhibition to date in the United States, at the Park Avenue Armory.

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‘Jurassic World’ Puts Colin Trevorrow in the Driver’s Seat

By BROOKS BARNES

The director Colin Trevorrow had one feature to his name when Steven Spielberg hired him for “Jurassic World.”

Adjusting to a World That Won’t Laugh With You

By A. O. SCOTT

In an angry and polarized social climate, humor has become as divisive a force as any other. It can also be a catalyst for arguments about issues we’d rather avoid.

 

New York
David Sweat

New York Prison Escape Stirs Painful Memories for Victim’s Father

By J. DAVID GOODMAN and LIAM STACK

David Sweat, one of the inmates who escaped from a New York prison, was convicted of shooting and killing a Broome County, N.Y., deputy sheriff in 2002.

Helen Moses and Howie Zeimer live in a nursing home in the Bronx.

A Group Portrait of New York’s ‘Oldest Old’

By JOHN LELAND

People age 85 and above are one of the city’s fastest growing groups, but they are almost invisible. Six New Yorkers share their stories of love, pain and abrupt change.

PS. 51:10 Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me.

PS. 51:10 Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me.

**********HAVE A BLESSED DAY*********

Revelation 19:16 On his robe and on his thigh he has this name written: KING OF KINGS AND LORD OF LORDS. This blog is to present Up To Date Prophetic News. My prayer is that this blog will bring others to know Jesus as their Savior if they do not know him the King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

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