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Biden Ends Infrastructure Talks With Republicans, Falling Short of a Deal
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Wednesday, June 9, 2021

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The Criminals Thought the Devices Were Secure. But the Seller Was the F.B.I.

By Yan Zhuang, Elian Peltier and Alan Feuer

Global law enforcement officials revealed a three-year operation in which they said they had intercepted over 20 million messages. Hundreds of arrests were made in more than a dozen countries.

Biden Ends Infrastructure Talks With Republicans, Falling Short of a Deal

Biden Ends Infrastructure Talks With Republicans, Falling Short of a Deal

By Emily Cochrane

After weeks of failed efforts to bridge deep divides, the president pulled the plug, turning to a bipartisan group to try to salvage a chance at compromise.

Dianne Morales Faced a Campaign Uprising. Will It Matter to Voters?

Dianne Morales Faced a Campaign Uprising. Will It Matter to Voters?

By Jazmine Hughes

Ms. Morales is running for New York City mayor on a platform of tackling inequality and shifting resources away from policing. But her campaign has been marred by defections and dysfunction.

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The Mayor, the Teacher and a Fight Over a 'Lost Territory' of France

World

The Mayor, the Teacher and a Fight Over a 'Lost Territory' of France

By Norimitsu Onishi

A battle erupted after a high-school teacher said that Islamists had taken over the city of Trappes, a view vigorously countered by the mayor, sharpening a national debate over French identity.

We Must Fully Reopen Schools This Fall. Here's How.

Opinion | Guest Essay

We Must Fully Reopen Schools This Fall. Here's How.

By Tracy Beth Hoeg, Monica Gandhi and Daniel Johnson

A blueprint for the C.D.C. to bring children back to classrooms safely.

Today's Videos

C.E.O. Details How Hackers Infiltrated Colonial Pipeline Network

Video Video: C.E.O. Details How Hackers Infiltrated Colonial Pipeline Network

By The New York Times

Joseph Blount, the chief executive of Colonial Pipeline, told a Senate committee on Tuesday that the company believes cybercriminals accessed its computer systems via a virtual private network that was no longer used.

Harris Meets With Mexico's President

Video Video: Harris Meets With Mexico's President

By The New York Times

Vice President Kamala Harris met with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico on Tuesday to discuss migration, human trafficking and economic cooperation.

Police in Riot Gear Clear Washington Square Park After New Curfew

Video Video: Police in Riot Gear Clear Washington Square Park After New Curfew

By Storyful

Lines of police clashed with people gathered in Washington Square Park in New York City on Saturday over a new 10 p.m. weekend curfew.

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