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Court Orders Temporary Halt to Migrant Family Deportations

By CAITLIN DICKERSON

A federal judge in San Diego granted a request to delay deportations of migrant parents who have recently been reunited with their children.

After Storm, Foreclosures in Puerto Rico Stopped. They’re Starting Again.

By MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN

Wall Street investors and banks are beginning to file foreclosure cases in the United States territory as several moratoriums come to an end.

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Chicago Police Fatally Shoot Man, and Then a Crowd Confronts Officers

By MITCH SMITH

The shooting was the latest in recent years to raise questions about how Chicago officers use force. A police official said the man was armed with a semiautomatic weapon.

Judge Criticizes Trump Administration for Response to Family Reunification Order

By CAITLIN DICKERSON

The government outlined a new plan to reunify families by the July 26 deadline, but said doing so would risk returning children to abusive parents.

2 Plead Guilty to Manslaughter in Gas Explosion That Killed a Fire Chief

By CHRISTOPHER MELE

The authorities said the men pleaded guilty to manslaughter and marijuana charges. The house that exploded was being used to grow marijuana, they said.

Gap Between Trump and Justice Dept. Officials Grows Starker

By SHARON LaFRANIERE and KATIE BENNER

Days before the president’s meeting with Vladimir V. Putin, a new indictment gave the most detailed account yet of Russian efforts to sway the 2016 election.

U.S. Delegation and Mexico’s Next President Aim to Reset Relations

By ELISABETH MALKIN

The delegation, led by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, met with Andrés Manuel López Obrador to discuss issues that have caused friction between the countries: trade, security and immigration.

12 Russian Agents Indicted in Mueller Investigation

By MARK MAZZETTI and KATIE BENNER

The intelligence officers were charged with hacking Democrats during the 2016 campaign. The indictment was announced days before President Trump is to meet with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia.

Lounge in Them. Dash Through Them. But Don’t Call Them Parks.

By JAMES BARRON and VICTOR LLORENTE

New York City has built more than 70 pedestrian plazas in the last 10 years as a way to improve traffic flow. To many, they look like parks in the street.

Health Secretary Tom Price Wasted $341,000 on Improper Travel, Inquiry Finds

By ROBERT PEAR

The government should try to recoup the money improperly spent on 20 trips including Florida and Switzerland, the inspector general of the Health and Human Services Department said.

The New Toll of American Student Debt in 3 Charts

By TARA SIEGEL BERNARD and KARL RUSSELL

The average debt load is flattening out, a new analysis of federal loan data shows, but college isn’t getting cheaper. Many students are hitting their borrowing cap, and parents are filling the gap.

AT&T-Time Warner Deal Approval Gets Justice Department Challenge

By CECILIA KANG and EDMUND LEE

A federal judge approved the deal a month ago, saying the federal agency did not sufficiently prove that the merger would harm competition and consumers.

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