1. Republicans Wary of Donald Trump’s Populist Tone on Taxes

    Some influential party figures worry that Donald J. Trump’s suggestions that he would raise taxes in certain areas could catch on with rivals in the presidential race.

  2. Austrian Border Backup and Confusion Challenge Europe Amid Migrant Crisis

    The Austrian border authorities caused enormous traffic jams while inspecting for migrants crossing from Hungary illegally as policy confusion gripped Europe.

  3. Reporter's Notebook
    Reporter’s Notebook: Traveling in a River of Migrants

    A Syrian migrant family struggles over a decision to hire smugglers. Times reporters are following and documenting their journey.

  4. Thai Police Seize Explosives in Bangkok Bombing Investigation

    Two weeks after the attack, which killed 20 people, the authorities have remained vague on the possible motives of the perpetrators and have refused to classify it as terrorism.

  5. Famagusta Journal
    Cyprus Hopes Reunification Talks Will Revive a Resort, Population 0

    When Turkey invaded in 1974, troops found a resort suburb empty after its mainly Greek Cypriot residents fled, and they sealed it off with barbed wire.

  6. Training Midwives to Save Expectant Mothers in Mexico’s Chiapas

    The Mexican state, like many poor areas, has a high death rate among mothers in childbirth. In an effort to change that, village midwives are being linked to modern medicine.

  7. Your Monday Evening Briefing

    5:59 PM ETHere’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

  8. Upsets Galore on Day 1 of U.S. Open

    8:03 PM ETSerena Williams was the lone top-10 player who remained in the top half of the women’s draw. Kei Nishikori fell in the men’s bracket. Other first-round victims included Ana Ivanovic and Carla Suárez Navarro.

  9. Strict Enforcement of FIFA Rules Sidelines Young Players Abroad

    5:55 PM ETA dispute over a FIFA rule designed to protect young players has left some of them, including an American teenager in Barcelona, unable to play in matches.

  10. Plastic Poses a Growing Threat to Seabirds, Study Says

    Brightly colored floating bits, such as discarded flip-flops and water bottles, often attract seabirds, which confuse them for food like krill or shrimp. Many die from swallowing the plastic.

  11. Favorite to Lead Britain’s Labour Party Is Criticized for Bin Laden Comments

    Critics of Jeremy Corbyn are on the attack after the surfacing of comments he made in 2011 in which he referred to the death of Osama bin Laden as “a tragedy.”

  12. Violent Protest Follows Kiev Vote on Autonomy for East Ukraine

    Demonstrations turned violent as Parliament moved to ratify constitutional changes that could grant autonomous status to parts of the Luhansk and Donetsk regions.

  13. Temple of Baal in Palmyra Is Damaged by ISIS, but Extent Is Unknown

    The attack was the group’s second on the ancient Syrian city’s world-renowned ruins in a week, according to local activists and residents.

  14. Protests in Iraq Bring Fast Promises, but Slower Changes

    The fight against corruption is also a battle against the legacy of the 2003 invasion by the United States, some demonstrators say.

  15. Critic’s Notebook
    Wes Craven, a Filmmaker Who Invaded Your Dreams

    The legacy of Mr. Craven, who has often been underestimated, involved pushing horror in new directions for three decades.

  16. Replacing Pesticides With Genetics

    Scientists have genetically modified thousands of diamondback moths, infusing the farm pests with DNA designed to kill female larvae.

  17. The Getaway
    The Selfie-Drone: Invasion of the Vacation Snatchers

    The newest drones are capable of recording breathtaking video footage, but can also be a nuisance for other travelers seeking tranquil moments.


  1. Opinion: Tea With the Queen? In Their Dreams
  2. Editorial: Mr. Erdogan’s War Against the Kurds
  3. Charles M. Blow: 60 Years Later, Echoes of Emmett Till’s Killing
  4. Paul Krugman: A Heckuva Job

PoliticsU.S. Politics

  1. State Department Redacts Material Deemed Sensitive in Hillary Clinton’s Emails
  2. Four House Democrats Endorse Iran Deal