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More Libraries Are Doing Away With Overdue Fines

By Laura M. Holson

In a bid to attract patrons and recover lost items, many libraries have stopped charging fines for overdue books and other materials.

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Beatings, Burns and a Broken Promise

By Benjamin Weiser

Children with developmental disabilities were held under brutal conditions at a notorious New York facility. Decades later, they still face abuse and neglect.

N.F.L. Owners Approve Bargaining Agreement and Await Vote by Players

By Ben Shpigel

The proposed deal would expand the playoffs to 14 teams and extend the regular season to 17 games, among other changes.

N.F.L. Owners Propose Adding Two Teams to Playoff Format

By Ken Belson

Seven teams from each conference would make the postseason and only one-seeds would receive byes under the proposal.

Players’ Union Pushes Back on M.L.B.’s Portrayal of Astros Investigation

By Danielle Allentuck

Tony Clark, the head of the union, said the league had initially indicated it did not intend to punish any Astros players, contradicting Commissioner Rob Manfred.

How Many Hockey Teams Does it Take to Make a Conference?

By Pat Borzi

Seven of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association’s remaining men’s programs plan to leave the league. Now there’s a scramble to add schools willing to travel between Alaska and Alabama to play.

Michael Bloomberg Leans Left With Plan to Rein In Wall St.

By Andrew Ross Sorkin, Michael J. de la Merced, Emily Flitter and Stacy Cowley

Some of the billionaire’s proposals wouldn’t be out of place for his more progressive presidential rivals.

Behind the Wheel, Behind the Eight Ball

By Roy Furchgott

Jackie Heinricher built an all-star team of female racecar drivers. Then the money ran out.

Ryan Newman Expected to Survive Fiery Crash at Daytona 500

By J.E. Garrett

Newman’s team said he was in “serious condition” but did not have life-threatening injuries after a major wreck just before the finish. Denny Hamlin won the race for the second straight year.

Ryan Newman Expected to Survive Fiery Crash at Daytona 500

By J.E. Garrett

Newman’s team said he was in “serious condition” but did not have life-threatening injuries after a major wreck just before the finish. Denny Hamlin won the race for the second straight year.

Kim Clijsters Begins Comeback With a Promising Loss

By Christopher Clarey

Clijsters played her first match on the tour on Monday after eight years away, falling to Garbiñe Muguruza but showing flashes of her former dominant game.

Feisty All-Star Finish a Fitting Tribute to Bryant

By Marc Stein

Pregame tributes and fourth-quarter fireworks provide a spiritual lift at a revamped N.B.A. All-Star Game.

Manfred Says Astros’ Shame Is Penalty Enough. Opponents Might Disagree.

By Tyler Kepner

Commissioner Rob Manfred defended M.L.B.’s handling of the Astros’ cheating scandal. But many fans and players don’t think it went far enough, leaving the door open for more ugliness.

Trump Kicks Off the Daytona 500, and a Race for Florida Votes

By Michael D. Shear

The appearance at the NASCAR event, complete with flyovers and a trip around the track in the presidential limousine, was a highly choreographed showing by the president.

N.B.A. Expects to Lose β€˜Hundreds of Millions’ From China Rift, Silver Says

By Sopan Deb

Commissioner Adam Silver said the business loss from not being on the air in China was “substantial” but that the league accepted the consequences of its values.

N.B.A. Expects to Lose β€˜Hundreds of Millions’ From China Rift, Silver Says

By Sopan Deb

Commissioner Adam Silver said the business loss from not being on the air in China was “substantial” but that the league accepted the consequences of its values.

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