1. Loads of Debt: A Global Ailment With Few Cures

    Beyond Greece and Puerto Rico, heavy borrowing is bogging down the economies of Brazil, Turkey, Italy and China.

  2. Greek Referendum Plan by Alexis Tsipras Tests His Power and Conviction

    From Berlin to Brussels to Washington to Athens, the same question was asked about Greece’s debt crisis: What kind of game is Mr. Tsipras playing?

  3. European Stocks Calmer on Decisive Day for Greece

    Share prices in Europe were holding steady after a rebound in Asia, as the world watched to see if Athens would make a critical loan repayment to the International Monetary Fund.

  1. U.S. Chamber of Commerce Works Globally to Fight Antismoking Measures

    The American trade group and its foreign affiliates pit countries against one another and lobby on behalf of the tobacco industry around the world.

  2. Iran’s Foreign Minister Rejoins Nuclear Talks

    Mohammad Javad Zarif, its top negotiator, returned as the United States looked for signs that he had arrived with more flexible instructions.

  3. Obama Making Millions More Americans Eligible for Overtime

    The move by the White House restores the overtime threshold to about where it was in 1975 in terms of purchasing power.

  4. Indonesian Military Plane With 113 Aboard Crashes Into City

    The head of the country’s air force said that none of those aboard the C-130 transport plane had survived the crash into a residential area in Medan.

  5. Women’s Tennis Still Has Safety Concerns, 22 Years After the Monica Seles Attack

    More than two decades after Seles was stabbed on the court by a fan of one of her rivals, overly aggressive fans remain a problem with no easy solution for several players on the WTA Tour.

  6. Lancashire Council in Britain Deals Blow to Shale Industry

    A request by the shale gas explorer Cuadrilla Resources to drill four wells and test them with hydraulic fracturing was rejected.

  7. A Scientific Ethical Divide Between China and West

    Some experts worry that medical researchers are stepping over established ethical boundaries in Beijing’s effort to lift its scientific standing.

  8. Chris Christie’s Uphill Run for President Relies on His Brash Touch

    New Jersey’s governor faces many hurdles in the 2016 race. But if his record seems wobbly, he’ll have to use his most prodigious asset: his personality.

  9. New Ebola Case Is Discovered in Liberia

    9:51 AM ETThe body of a teenager tested positive for the virus, ending Liberia’s Ebola-free status, said the deputy minister for health, and raising fresh concerns.

  10. Pope Francis to Visit East Harlem School During U.S. Trip

    9:59 AM ETThe pope is also scheduled to address Congress in Washington and hold a Mass at Madison Square Garden when he visits the United States in September.

  11. 2 Dead After Self-Immolation on Japanese Bullet Train

    A 71-year-old man doused himself and parts of the train’s interior with a flammable liquid before setting himself afire, witnesses said. A woman also died.

  12. ‘By the People’ and ‘Wages of Rebellion’

    George Packer on new books by Charles Murray and Chris Hedges about collective discontent in America.

  13. Farm Waste and Animal Fats Will Help Power a United Jet

    Later this summer, United Airlines will begin using fuel generated from farm waste and oil from animal fats to help power its commercial flights.

  14. First Words
    America’s ‘Postracial’ Fantasy

    For millions of mixed-race people, identity fits more than one box, but we still see one another in black and white.

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