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home : national/world : new york times June 29, 2016

Victims in Istanbul Airport Attack Reflect City’s International Character
Hours after the bombings, a limited number of flights resumed and workers continued clearing debris and replacing shattered windows at the airport.... More >>

Istanbul Airport, Benghazi, Wimbledon: Your Wednesday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.... More >>

New York Today: New York Today: Taking the Plunge
Wednesday: Public pools open, primary results, and the city’s most popular dog names.... More >>

California Today: Yes, They’re Still Counting the Presidential Primary Votes
We’re trying something new: California Today, a morning update for our California readers. Tell us what you’d like to see: CAtoday@nytimes.com... More >>

How Donald Trump Waffled on Abortion, Torture and a Muslim Ban
Mr. Trump, whose proposals have often been vague and whose speeches often contradict his off-the-cuff remarks, has shifted on hot-button issues, with few political consequences.... More >>

The 2016 Race: How Trump’s Campaign Could Redraw Voter Allegiances
A message radically different from what Republicans have advanced has considerable appeal to white working-class Democrats.... More >>

Donald Trump Vows to Rip Up Trade Deals and Confront China
Reading from a script for the second time in two weeks, Mr. Trump hammered away at familiar economic grievances in Pennsylvania, a state crucial to his election chances.... More >>

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Are Deadlocked, Poll Shows
A Quinnipiac University survey found that 42 percent of voters supported Mrs. Clinton while 40 percent backed Mr. Trump. It has a margin of error of plus or minus two percentage points.... More >>

News Analysis: Unscathed by Report, Hillary Clinton Faces Emails as Final Benghazi Chapter
It turned out that the biggest revelation unearthed by a House committee investigating the attack came 15 months ago: Mrs. Clinton’s use of a private server.... More >>

House Benghazi Report Finds No New Evidence of Wrongdoing by Hillary Clinton
Ending one of the longest, costliest and most bitterly partisan congressional investigations in history, the Select Committee on Benghazi issued its report.... More >>

Your Daily Mini Crossword
Solve a bite-size crossword in just a few minutes.... More >>

A Blunt Message After ‘Brexit’: Bolting Will Carry a Heavy Price
European Union leaders at a summit meeting made it clear to Prime Minister David Cameron that his country would not enjoy the benefits of membership without the responsibilities.... More >>

With Both Parties in Turmoil, Britain Weighs a General Election
A successor to Prime Minister David Cameron might want to seek his or her own mandate from voters after the decision to exit the European Union.... More >>

News Analysis: Having Won, Boris Johnson and ‘Brexit’ Leaders Fumble
One thing has become clear: They had no plan for what comes next.... More >>

‘Brexit’ Briefing: European Union Meets; Conservatives Aim to Replace David Cameron
European leaders are gathering, though without Britain, and the country’s two main parties are grappling with leadership changes.... More >>

Road Trip: 10 Months, 45 National Parks, 11 Rules
Drive the speed limit. Use paper maps. Avoid interstates. After 10 months and 45 national parks, a writer learned how to do a road trip right.... More >>

Well: Living With a Teenage Data Hog
Figuring out who should pay for the data, how much, and according to what rules, can be a giant headache.... More >>

On Washington: Gun Control Wall, Bolstered by Republicans, Shows a Crack
After the massacre in Orlando, Fla., some Republicans showed a willingness to support gun control if needed in the war against terrorism.... More >>

Gunfire and Panicked Calls on Police Log of Orlando Shooting
Hundreds of documents released by the city included the incident log, fire inspection records for the Pulse nightclub, and correspondence between city officials.... More >>

Facebook to Change News Feed to Focus on Friends and Family
News content posted by publishers will show up less prominently, resulting in less traffic to companies that have come to rely on Facebook audiences.... More >>

State of the Art: Facebook, a News Giant That Would Rather Show Us Baby Pictures
The most powerful force in the news industry just said something that should shock everyone in the media business: Its primary purpose isn’t informing users about the world.... More >>

About New York: Could This Be the End of Paul Simon’s Rhymin’?
Mr. Simon, 74, said in an interview that he was ready to give up music, despite the popularity of his latest album, “Stranger to Stranger,” and his current tour.... More >>

For Some at Wimbledon, Nike’s Dress Just Doesn’t Do It
Nike issued a loosely hanging, short dress for Wimbledon. But it was not exactly performance gear, several players said, and wardrobe changes have ensued.... More >>

Toyota Recalls 1.4 Million Vehicles for Airbag Problem
The automaker said the airbags had not been supplied by Takata, though the defect described is similar to one that led to the Takata recalls.... More >>

The Right-Wing Supreme Court That Wasn’t
This should have been a good year for conservatives hoping for legal gains in the nation’s highest court, but it wasn’t to be.... More >>

U.S. Antidoping Agency Seeks to Depose Doctor Who Treated Top Track Athletes
The endocrinologist Jeffrey S. Brown is being examined as part of an investigation of the prominent coach Alberto Salazar, a person familiar with the investigation said.... More >>

Fashioning Cast-Iron Pans for Today’s Cooks
New companies are making old-fashioned skillets with traditional handwork and modern technology.... More >>

Sports of The Times: In Pat Summitt, a Toughness Greater Than Invincibility
Like Muhammad Ali, Summitt, a tough leader as Tennessee’s basketball coach, brought the world along on her journey while fighting a progressive disease with no known cure.... More >>

So Far at U.S. Olympic Trials, Missy Franklin Is Everywhere but on the Team
The swimmer, who won multiple medals at the 2012 Games, has her likeness plastered everywhere at the trials. But she has not yet qualified for the Rio Games.... More >>

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