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What It Took to Free a Whale Entangled in 4,000 Pounds of Fishing Gear

By Annie Roth

The influx of whales to cleaner waters off New York City has meant that the number of them injured or killed there is on the rise.

What It Took to Free a Whale Entangled in 4,000 Pounds of Fishing Gear

By Annie Roth

The influx of whales to cleaner waters off New York City has meant that the number of them injured or killed there is on the rise.

New Conditions on Alaskan Mine Could Delay Vast Project That Donald Trump Jr. Opposes

By Coral Davenport and Henry Fountain

The Army Corps of Engineers will impose new mitigation conditions on the developers of the proposed Pebble Mine, potentially pushing approval past the election.

New Conditions on Alaskan Mine Could Delay Vast Project That Donald Trump Jr. Opposes

By Coral Davenport and Henry Fountain

The Army Corps of Engineers will impose new mitigation conditions on the developers of the proposed Pebble Mine, potentially pushing approval past the election.

He Was Iran’s Homegrown Tech Star. The Guards Saw a Blackmail Opportunity.

By Farnaz Fassihi

A Canadian-Iranian software engineer for Facebook, a tech celebrity in his native Iran, visited family in Tehran in January. His recent revelations of what happened next have stirred outrage.

The Untold Story of the Black Marines Charged With Mutiny at Sea

By John Ismay

Racial strife aboard a Navy ship left three men facing the threat of the death penalty. They became little more than statistics in the military’s dismal record of race relations in the Vietnam era.

Expect a Soggy U.S. Flood Season, but Less Severe Than Last Year’s

By John Schwartz

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration expects major to moderate flooding for 23 states, but not as bad as last year’s ruinous spring.

After Trump Mocks a Sea Wall in New York, Plan Is Abruptly Shelved

By Anne Barnard

In an unexpected move, the federal government halted a project that might have led to a multibillion-dollar barrier to protect the region from flooding.

A Space Force? The Idea May Have Merit, Some Say

By HELENE COOPER

The Pentagon has been cool to the president’s order to create a sixth military branch. But some lawmakers and aerospace experts, citing threats from Russia and China, say a case could be made for one.

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