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home : national/world : new york times June 25, 2016

‘Brexit’ Aftershocks: More Rifts in Europe, and in Britain, Too
The British pound and stock prices plummeted, there was immediate pressure for another referendum on Scottish independence, and David Cameron said he would resign by October.... More >>


Some Early Signs of ‘Brexit’ Upheaval
Some companies are rethinking operations in Britain, both current and planned.... More >>


Europe: Populist Anger Upends Politics on Both Sides of the Atlantic
Britain’s vote to leave the European Union brings into focus the power of disaffected voters to force change on a reluctant establishment.... More >>


Cameron Says He Will Resign
After Britain’s decision to withdraw from the European Union, the British prime minister said he would leave his post by October.... More >>


‘Brexit’ Opens Uncertain Chapter in Britain’s Storied History
After choosing to leave the European Union, Britain confronts the need to define a new role on the world stage even as it heals deep wounds at home.... More >>


Is ‘Brexit’ the Precursor to a Donald Trump Presidency? Not So Fast
Some impulses that drove the vote to leave the European Union are at play in the presidential race, but the differences are just as stark.... More >>


Donald Trump, in Scotland, Calls ‘Brexit’ Result ‘a Great Thing’
Touching down in Scotland to visit his luxury resort and golf course, Mr. Trump took a victory lap of sorts after Britain voted to leave the European Union.... More >>


Your Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.... More >>


American Drivers Regain Appetite for Gas Guzzlers
Setting aside concerns about global warming, consumers are unloading hybrid and electric vehicles in favor of bigger cars, pickups and S.U.V.s.... More >>


Risks Higher for Front-Seat Passengers in Some S.U.V. Crashes, Tests Show
The Toyota RAV4 got a “poor” passenger-side rating, and the Subaru Forester and Nissan Rogue only “marginal,” in crash tests conducted by a safety group.... More >>


Rio Drug-Testing Lab Is Suspended by Antidoping Regulator
The decision to bar the lab, which was to handle all drug testing for the Rio Olympics, comes weeks before the Games open.... More >>


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


7 Tips for Avoiding a Wedding Toast Disaster
Saying a few words at the wedding reception? Don’t worry, it should go well — if you follow a few simple guidelines.... More >>


What You Should Watch This Weekend: ‘Please Like Me’ and Films Leaving Netflix
From the Watching team, expert TV and movie recommendations for the next few days.... More >>


Low-Priority Immigrants Still Swept Up in Net of Deportation
After Thursday’s Supreme Court decision, President Obama said immigrants who would have been protected would still be safe, but thousands of deportation operations per week are sweeping up immigrants with minor or no offenses.... More >>


In Immigration Fight, Asians Work to Be Heard
Asians are often in a minority within a minority at immigration rallies, like one held on Friday in Lower Manhattan.... More >>


Seeking Answers, Michael Phelps Finds Himself
After attending rehab, the swimmer is not fixated on adding to his record total of Olympic medals in Rio. The journey now is personal.... More >>


LeBron James Opts for Summer Vacation Instead of Summer Olympics
A day after the parade celebrating the Cavaliers’ N.B.A. title, James decided to skip the Games in August in Rio. It was James’s sixth straight trip to the finals.... More >>


West Virginia Floods Cause 23 Deaths and Vast Wreckage
Firefighters rescued people from rooftops after the record-setting deluge, which left thousands stranded, cut power to many others and destroyed homes.... More >>


City Failed to Test for Lead in Water at Day Care Centers, Audit Says
The city comptroller, Scott M. Stringer, said Friday that the health department falsified records to indicate that water tests were completed.... More >>


Kansas Lawmakers Pass Bill in Bid to Stop Court From Closing Schools
Racing against a June 30 deadline, the Legislature passed a funding bill it hopes will meet a court order to fix school district inequities.... More >>


Pentagon Set to Lift Ban on Transgender People Serving in U.S. Military
One recent study determined that the change in regulation would cost little, and have little impact on unit readiness.... More >>


Pope Francis Condemns ‘Genocide’ of Armenians Before Visit to Memorial
The pontiff’s previous use of the term in reference to the World War I-era mass killings of Armenians infuriated Armenia’s hostile neighbor Turkey.... More >>


Led Zeppelin Did Not Steal ‘Stairway to Heaven,’ Jury Says
A federal jury said the hit song did not contain enough similarities to “Taurus,” a song released three years earlier by the band Spirit.... More >>


Police Kill Movie Theater Assailant in Germany
An assailant entered a multiplex theater in the western town of Viernheim, but the police stormed the building and killed him, officials reported.... More >>


Bernie Worrell, Whose Keyboards Left an Imprint on Funk and Hip-Hop, Dies at 72
Mr. Worrell created indelible signatures on Parliament and Funkadelic songs while showing that synthetic sounds could be earthy and untamed.... More >>


Here She Is: The Ugliest Dog in the World (2016)
A 17-year-old Chinese crested Chihuahua named Sweepee Rambo won the coveted trophy as the World’s Ugliest Dog on Friday.... More >>


Review: At 53, an Effortless Return to Dance ‘Romeo and Juliet’
Alessandra Ferri danced the role of Juliet in American Ballet Theater’s production for the first time since she retired in 2007.... More >>



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