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Juanita Abernathy, a Force in the Civil Rights Movement, Dies at 88

By Katharine Q. Seelye

The wife of the Rev. Dr. Ralph Abernathy, she was an activist in her own right in the struggle to end segregation and to secure the vote.

Minnesota Police Arrest Man in Synagogue Fire

By Mitch Smith

The Duluth police said they had found no evidence that hate or bias motivated the fire that destroyed the Adas Israel synagogue last week.

U.S. Defeats Poland at Basketball World Cup. But for 7th Place.

By Marc Stein

When does a victory feel like defeat? When an American team with N.B.A. players exits the tournament without a medal.

Agonizing Summer Leaves U.S. Basketball Much to Ponder

By Marc Stein

The Americans lost to Serbia at the World Cup, ensuring they would play for seventh place, their worst showing ever in a tournament featuring N.B.A. players.

Agonizing Summer Leaves U.S. Basketball Much to Ponder

By Marc Stein

The Americans lost to Serbia at the World Cup, ensuring they would play for seventh place, their worst showing ever in a tournament featuring N.B.A. players.

For Gregg Popovich, the FIBA World Cup Is Personal

By Marc Stein

In this week’s newsletter, Marc Stein talks to Larry Brown and Popovich about redemption and shares a recent chat with Carmelo Anthony.

Nissan Board Set to Meet as It Faces a Leadership Crisis

By Ben Dooley

Nissan’s board of directors will meet on Monday as the company confronts increasing doubts about the future of its chief executive, Hiroto Saikawa.

For U.S., Latest Loss to Mexico Is Another Measuring Stick

By Andrew Das

Mexico beat the United States for the second time since July, the latest chance for a young American team to see how it measures up.

British lawmakers advance bill to block 'no-deal' Brexit, oppose Boris Johnson's call for new election

By Greg Norman

British lawmakers in the House of Commons passed a bill Wednesday to block the United Kingdom from leaving the European Union without an agreement in place, and later opposed a push from Prime Minister Boris Johnson for a new election in October.

Nissan Chief Hiroto Saikawa Confirms He Was Improperly Overpaid

By Ben Dooley

The executive pledged to return the stock-based compensation, which he blamed on an error, putting more scrutiny on the company’s compensation practices.

Gregory Craig Acquitted on Charge of Lying to Justice Department

By Sharon LaFraniere

Jurors reached a verdict after only hours of deliberation. The trial of Mr. Craig, a former White House counsel, painted an unflattering portrait of Washington lobbying.

Should a Single Test Decide a 4-Year-Old’s Educational Future?

By Eliza Shapiro

The admissions process for gifted programs in New York City has led to a debate over how to desegregate the nation’s largest school system.

White House, DOJ working to expedite death penalty for mass shooters

By Gregg Re

The White House said Monday it has drafted legislation with the Justice Department that would expedite the death penalty for people found guilty of committing mass shootings, following Saturday's attack in West Texas that left seven dead, according to a pool report.

White House, DOJ working to expedite death penalty for mass shooters

By Gregg Re

The White House said Monday it has drafted legislation with the Justice Department that would expedite the death penalty for people found guilty of committing mass shootings, following Saturday's attack in West Texas that left seven dead, according to a pool report.

Trump admin reverses course on allowing temporary emergency deferrals for illegal immigrants facing deportation

By Gregg Re

In a partial reversal, the Trump administration announced Monday it would resume the practice of considering whether to defer the deportations of certain people living in the U.S. illegally, on a temporary, case-by-case basis, after it abruptly suspended the process for non-military requesters earlier this month.

Trump admin reverses course on allowing temporary emergency deferrals for illegal immigrants facing deportation

By Gregg Re

In a partial reversal, the Trump administration announced Monday it would resume the practice of considering whether to defer the deportations of certain people living in the U.S. illegally, on a temporary, case-by-case basis, after it abruptly suspended the process for non-military requesters earlier this month.

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