‘What You Gonna Do Phone the Police?’ London Police Twitter Is Hacked (World)
For about 40 minutes on Friday, the account spewed a series of curious messages, including some that used profanity to denigrate police officers.
Four Artists Withdraw From Whitney Biennial Over Board Member’s Ties to Tear Gas (Arts)
The artists cited the museum’s “inertia” over calls to remove Warren B. Kanders.
Big Times (Crosswords & Games)
Sam Trabucco’s puzzle toys with us a little.
Trump and Ahmadinejad Are Right (Opinion)
The administration is talking to the Taliban and North Korea. Why not Iran?
Appeals Court Judges Send Emoluments Suit Against Trump Back to a Lower Court (U.S.)
A three-judge panel said a lower court judge hearing a lawsuit by congressional Democrats had not adequately considered questions about separation of powers.
To the Moon, but Not Back (Opinion)
You might be surprised what humans left behind on the lunar surface.
Equifax Is Said to Be Near $650 Million Settlement for Data Breach (Business)
An agreement would resolve federal and state investigations and consumer claims over the exposure of information about 145 million people.
What to Bring to Your Summer Rental (Travel)
A vacation rental should come equipped with everything you’ll need, but here are five items that Wirecutter editors have learned to bring — just in case.
The Perfect Antidote to Trump (Opinion)
Willa Cather knew what made America great.
One Huge Tennis Fine Is Overturned, Another Upheld (Sports)
Anna Tatishvili won an appeal to reclaim her prize money from the French Open, where she lost in the first round and was accused of not performing at a proper level. A similar appeal by Bernard Tomic yielded only a meager concession.
Inmates Freed as Justice Dept. Tries to Clear Hurdles of New Law (U.S.)
More than 3,000 federal inmates were granted early release under the bipartisan criminal justice overhaul passed late last year.
In Another About-Face, Trump Refuses to Condemn ‘Send Her Back’ Chant (U.S.)
After saying he was “not happy” with the “send her back” chant at his rally in North Carolina, President Trump reversed himself, just as he did in 2017 after the violence in Charlottesville, Va.
Trump’s Labor Pick Has Defended Corporations, and One Killer Whale (Business)
Eugene Scalia, whom Mr. Trump plans to nominate as labor secretary, has been a go-to lawyer for businesses like UPS and SeaWorld.
For Li Na, Another First in Tennis (Sports)
On Saturday, she will be the first Asian-born player to be inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
Subway Service Is Suspended on Several Lines, M.T.A. Says (New York)
Passengers were left stranded on subways and platforms during the evening rush on the first day of a heat wave.
Angus McQueen, the N.R.A.’s Image Maker, Dies at 74 (Business)
He was a principal architect of the N.R.A.’s modern image, until an astonishing legal battle between his firm and the gun group broke out.
3,271 Pill Bottles, a Town of 2,831: Court Filings Say Corporations Fed Opioid Epidemic (Health)
Cities and counties are suing major drugstore chains and Walmart, contending they distributed billions of painkillers that devastated communities.
Puerto Ricans Deserve Better From Their Government (Opinion)
A local leadership scandal has exacerbated recent struggles on the island.
How to Save the Amazon Rain Forest (Opinion)
Countries in the Amazon Basin are falling behind on their targets to cut deforestation. Environmental enforcement combined with economic incentives could provide a way forward.
Julian Alaphilippe Holds On to the Tour de France Lead With a Bold Time Trial (Sports)
Alaphilippe’s surprising performance has made it seem more realistic to imagine that he will become the Tour’s first French champion since 1985.