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More Turmoil at The Markup, a Tech Site Still in Beta Mode

By Marc Tracy

After the firing last month of the top editor, Julia Angwin, two other key members of the editorial team are out, said the site’s main donor, Craig Newmark.

Brexit β€˜Red Lines’ Became a Trap for Theresa May

By Ellen Barry

Initially seen as a “safe pair of hands” to deliver Brexit, she ultimately failed to convey any convincing vision of a future for Britain outside the European Union.

β€˜Red Lines’ on Brexit Became a Trap for Theresa May

By Ellen Barry

Initially seen as a “safe pair of hands” to deliver Brexit, she ultimately failed to convey any convincing vision of a future for Britain outside the European Union.

Back With the Rangers, John Davidson Has Unfinished Business

By Allan Kreda

As a goalie, Davidson came up just short of winning a Stanley Cup in New York. Now, he will try to bring a championship as team president.

A Would-Be Trump Aide’s Demands: A Jet on Call, a Future Cabinet Post and More

By MAGGIE HABERMAN and ANNIE KARNI

Those are among 10 conditions that Kris Kobach, the former Kansas secretary of state, has given the White House if he is to become the administration’s “immigration czar.”

John Davidson Returning to Rangers to Be Team President

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

A former goaltender and television analyst for decades in New York helped turn around the Blue Jackets the past seven seasons.

Jets Fire General Manager Mike Maccagnan

By DAVID WALDSTEIN

The curiously timed move came just after the N.F.L. draft and free-agency period, in which he was a key player.

Former Top Financial Regulators Warn Against Move to Ease Oversight of Firms

By ALAN RAPPEPORT

Ben S. Bernanke, Timothy F. Geithner, Jacob J. Lew and Janet L. Yellen said the Trump administration’s push to relax some controls could harm the American financial system’s stability.

Trump to Nominate Patrick Shanahan as Pentagon Chief

By HELENE COOPER and THOMAS GIBBONS-NEFF

The decision followed a monthlong ethics investigation that found that Mr. Shanahan, a former Boeing executive, had not acted improperly in official meetings when discussing military contractors.

Tyronn Lue Is Out of the Hunt for the Lakers’ Next Coach

By MARC STEIN

Lue, who guided LeBron James’s Cleveland Cavaliers to three N.B.A. finals, was considered the favorite to replace Luke Walton, but negotiations broke down.

CBS Names Norah O’Donnell as Lead Anchor, Signaling a New Era

By JOHN KOBLIN and MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM

The new CBS News chief, Susan Zirinsky, announces a fresh start after workplace misconduct scandals involving Charlie Rose, Jeff Fager and Leslie Moonves.

Shake-Up Looms at CBS News, as a Celebrated New Boss Makes Her Mark

By JOHN KOBLIN and MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM

CBS News’s new president, Susan Zirinsky, is about to put her stamp on the network with a changed anchor lineup. Gayle King is expected to be the centerpiece of the network’s morning show.

Trump Names Mark Morgan, Former Head of Border Patrol, to Lead ICE

By ZOLAN KANNO-YOUNGS and MICHAEL TACKETT

Mr. Morgan led the Border Patrol during the last months of the Obama administration, but he has expressed agreement with many of President Trump’s hard-line views.

Trump Won’t Nominate Stephen Moore for Fed Board

By JIM TANKERSLEY, MAGGIE HABERMAN and EMILY COCHRANE

Mr. Moore, a conservative commentator, appeared unlikely to win Senate confirmation after several Republican lawmakers raised concerns about his past writings denigrating women.

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