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By: MAX FISHER and AMANDA...

Experts say that Afghanistan is locked in a cycle of state collapse, and outside involvement may be making matters there worse.

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By: MATT STEVENS and FRANCES ...

Mr. Cantwell, who was featured in a Vice News report, faces charges related to his use of tear gas at a torch-lit march held in Charlottesville.

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By: PATRICK BOEHLER

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

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By: CHARLES McDERMID

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

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By: JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS

President Trump is preparing to give the Defense Department formal authority to dismiss transgender troops, a person familiar with the directive said.

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By: CATHERINE PORTER

Justice Bernd Zabel of Ontario faced a disciplinary panel because he arrived in his Hamilton courtroom wearing a red “Make America Great Again” ball cap.

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By: MANNY FERNANDEZ

The 2011 law requiring photo IDs for voting was struck down even after it was revised in response to legal challenges.

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Tech Crunch
By: Anthony Ha

 Ethan and Hila Klein, the husband-and-wife team behind the popular H3H3 YouTube channel, appear to have won their legal battle against Matt Hosseinzadeh, a.k.a. Matt Hoss. A New York judge today issued a summary judgement in favor of the...

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By: NICK WINGFIELD

The F.T.C. said that the acquisition would not harm competition. In addition, Whole Foods shareholders voted to approve the deal.

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Fast Company
By: Christopher Zara

The feds are shrugging their shoulders over Amazon’s proposed $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods Market. The Federal Trade Commission said today it has no plans to stand in the Seattle behemoth’s way, as the merger poses no...

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Fortune
By: Reuters, David Shepardson

The FTC gave the green light.

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Arstechnica
By: Cyrus Farivar

Enlarge (credit: Portal Abras) The Federal Trade Commission has formally allowed Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods to go forward. According to a statement released Wednesday by acting FTC director Bruce Hoffman, "Based on our investigation, we ...

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Tech Crunch
By: Katie Roof

 The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is allowing Amazon to move forward in the process of purchasing Whole Foods. The $13.4 billion acquisition, which was announced in June, combines the e-commerce behemoth with a major grocery chain. The FTC...

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TheVerge
By: Colin Lecher

The Federal Trade Commission says it won’t attempt to block Amazon’s proposed acquisition of Whole Foods, despite some calls for the agency to closely scrutinize the deal. FTC will not “pursue this matter further” “The FTC conducted an...

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Amazon just got much closer to completing its purchase of Whole Foods. The Federal Trade Commission has decided against further pursuing an investigation into the $13.7 billion deal, arguing that there's no evidence the mega-merger...

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Cnet
By: Steven Musil

Regulators' approval means the online retail giant can move ahead with plans to break into the $800 billion US grocery market.

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By: SIMON ROMERO

For our correspondent in Albuquerque, a fresh encounter with the Spanish language in New Mexico sparks a rumination about its history — and its future.

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By: ALEXANDER BURNS

Furious with President Trump’s reaction to the Charlottesville protests, four groups of rabbis denounced him in unusually pointed language

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By: JIM RUTENBERG

As the president’s attacks on the media become more strident, worries rise that reporters are being put at risk of violence.

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By: SIMON ROMERO

Detested by some, admired by others, the former sheriff finds himself thrust into the political fray by the prospect of a Trump pardon.

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By: MIKE ISAAC and TIFFANY...

The privately held ride-hailing company on Wednesday disclosed that its business jumped and that its losses narrowed to $645 million in the second quarter.

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By: RICK GLADSTONE

Mirgayas Shirinsky, 60, was said to have been discovered in the pool of his Khartoum home. He was at least the fourth Kremlin envoy to die prematurely since December.

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By: MAGGIE ASTOR

A federal judge ruled that state officials’ actions were racially driven when they ended a Mexican-American studies program in Tucson’s public schools.

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President Trump can often sound like two different people: One who speaks from a script and one who speaks off the cuff.

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By: MARK LANDLER

President Trump’s speech on Wednesday in Reno, Nev., was a day-and-night contrast to his performance on Tuesday in Phoenix, where he ignored his prepared remarks.

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By: JOHN LELAND

After 746 performances, the musical “On Your Feet!” has gone silent. Its male star, Ektor Rivera, reflected on its fans, the cast and what's next.

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By: DANIEL VICTOR

The president’s angry condemnation during a campaign-style rally heightened the fear that verbal attacks on the press could lead to physical attacks.

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By: JACEY FORTIN

After reviewing a female trainee’s allegations of assault, the Army found indications of additional misconduct. The fort only recently integrated women into its training programs.

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By: HOLLAND COTTER

A lively show at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art both stretches “gay” and resists “normal.”

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By: KAREN ZRAICK and LISA...

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

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By: JON MEACHAM

Rereading Maya Angelou, Richard Wright and other mid-20th-century writers is to see anew that Appomattox was as much a beginning as an end.

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By: KIM SEVERSON

The chef is renaming Fowler & Wells, after learning about the name’s connection with the debunked theories of phrenology.

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By: MATT STEVENS

The symbol once known as “pound” has helped organize ideas on social media — and irritated quite a few people along the way.

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By: MAYA SALAM

Hurricane and storm surge watches were issued on Wednesday for parts of Texas. Forecasters are concerned about the storm stalling after making landfall.

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By: BRAD PLUMER

President Trump’s comments about “clean coal” in Phoenix betrayed a common confusion about the term.

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By: AMIE TSANG

“Snorting Copper” had been painted over and boarded up. Now, the man who rediscovered it says he will keep the restored work where the public can see it.

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By: MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM

In internal emails, Gerard Baker described the draft of an article about the president’s rally in Phoenix as “commentary dressed up as news reporting.”

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Scientists in Alaska are drilling into the permafrost in an attempt to determine how much greenhouse gas could be released if rising temperatures cause the permafrost to thaw.

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An editor notes that while cultural and social context is important, our comparison needed additional information.

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By: JEYUP S. KWAAK and PAUL...

Jay Y. Lee, heir to the Samsung empire, faces a verdict in a bribery trial that has riveted South Korea and put a focus on his management style.

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By: KEN BELSON

The issue is the most prominent of many facing the league.

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By: SHUAIB ALMOSAWA and ROD...

After a lull, warplanes hit targets around Sana, including a hotel where at least 30 agricultural workers were said to be dead or wounded.

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By: STACY COWLEY

The Massachusetts attorney general said the company had made errors that have potentially left students in debt far longer than they expected.

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By: NICOLE TAYLOR

My first vacation on the island was bartered. That was seven years ago, and I’ve been drawn back every summer since.

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By: ALISSA J. RUBIN, PATRICK ...

Abdelbaki Essati, believed to be the recruiter behind the attacks in Spain, had deep links with Islamic extremists and seems to have learned their methods well.

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By: SIMON ROMERO

Thanks to migration, adaptation, pop culture and commerce, the Spanish language endures in the United States, regardless of any effort to control it.

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By: JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS

President Trump at a campaign-style rally in Phoenix promised he would shut down the government if Congress does not fund a wall on the southern border.

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Fortune
By: Bloomberg

'One way or the other, we’re going to get that wall.'

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By: MIKE McPHATE

Wednesday: Checking in with Antonio R. Villaraigosa, Apple’s retreat on driverless cars, and restoring Lake Tahoe.

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By: MARK MAZZETTI and SALMAN ...

Besides chastising Pakistan for harboring terrorists, President Trump is calling on India, Pakistan’s archrival, to help stabilize Afghanistan.

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By: SEWELL CHAN

The anti-racism committee invoked its early-action procedures for the first time since an outbreak of killings last year in Burundi.

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The defiant speech came a day after calls for "unity" in remarks on Afghanistan.

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By: ANDY NEWMAN

The Ark at JFK, an animal center at Kennedy International Airport, makes dogs, cats, horses and other creatures in transit feel at home.

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By: WESLEY MORRIS

Charlottesville hasn’t been the only place for white supremacy. TV and movies have been their own form of cluelessness. Remember Lee on “The Bachelorette”?

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By: CHARLES V. BAGLI

One of the city’s prime shopping districts is a victim of its own success, as retailers can’t afford the rents and landlords can’t afford to lower them.

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By: MITCH RUSTAD

Serena Williams’s absence has created a wide-open season, perhaps one that will nurture the kind of rivalries that were once common in the sport.

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By: FARHAD MANJOO

There are similarities between how Islamists and white nationalists operate online, researchers said. Those can be used to limit recruitment’s reach.

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By: MARK LANDLER

The strategy the president laid out this week has the same hallmarks as the one the former vice president unsuccessfully pushed for in 2009.

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President Donald Trump's new Afghanistan strategy could offer clues to his preferred approach to America's most challenging foreign conflicts

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By: BILL VLASIC and NEAL E....

Even before one suitor’s interest emerged this week, the automaker had been in talks for months on Chinese investments or other deals, officials say.