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G7 Leaders Offer United Front as Summit Ends, but Cracks Are Clear.
Biden and other Western leaders had tough words for Russia and China after wrapping up a meeting in England, but they had trouble finding common ground on some big issues.
‘She Reminded Me of My Mother,’ Biden Says of Queen Elizabeth II.
After President Biden and the first lady, Jill Biden, met with Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle on Sunday, Mr. Biden told reporters that the queen was “very gracious” and reminded him of his mother.
G7 Nations Reach Agreement To Take Action on Climate, But Do Nothing About Coal.
President Biden pushed climate action after four years in which Donald Trump rejected cooperation with allies. But leaders failed to set an expiration date for burning coal.
Maine Residents Fend Off Poisonous Caterpillars.
The caterpillars, known as browntail moths, have tiny hairs that can cause skin rashes and even breathing issues for some people.
Apple Is Said to Have Turned Over Data on Trump’s White House Counsel in 2018.
The company notified Donald F. McGahn II last month that it had been subpoenaed for his account information three years ago.
$4.5 Million Settlement in Police Killing of Alton Sterling, Lawyers Say.
The settlement came nearly five years after Mr. Sterling, a Black father of five, was fatally shot by a white police officer in Baton Rouge, La.
In Tel Aviv, a dance party celebrates the exit of the ‘crime minister.’
People thronged Rabin Square, cheering over the removal of a divisive prime minister, but worrying about the new one.
The new government is expected to hold the line on big security issues.
Topics like a Palestinian state, or starting new hostilities with Syria and Hezbollah, could blow the coalition apart over the member’s ideological issues.
Tumult Disrupts Israeli Parliament as Netanyahu Era Ends.
Naftali Bennett, heckled and insulted, replaced Benjamin Netanyahu as prime minister by the narrowest of margins.
On top of Bennett’s to-do list is coordinating with the U.S.
The new prime minister sent a strong signal that he, too, would oppose a new nuclear deal with Iran, but is otherwise seeking to mend fences with the Biden administration.
Netanyahu’s Road Through Israel’s History, in Pictures.
A photographic journey shows how ‘Bibi’ put his stamp on Israel — through his toughness and the search for security in an unstable region.
Israel’s Arab neighbors predict little change in relations.
Though Benjamin Netanyahu helped land normalization deals with important regional neighbors, those countries don’t see him as indispensable.
Queen Elizabeth Joins the Bidens For Private Tea Inside Windsor.
President Biden and the first lady seemed relaxed, and there were no obvious diplomatic breaches.
Netanyahu, ‘King of Israel,’ Exits a Stage He Dominated.
Israel’s longest-serving prime minister was a polarizing figure who sidelined efforts to resolve the Palestinian conflict but opened relations with four Arab countries.
President Biden says Queen Elizabeth reminds him of his mother.
The American president and first lady had tea with the queen at Windsor Castle, after the Group of 7 summit ended.
Bennett is in and Netanyahu is out, all by a single-vote margin.
A day of drama in the Knesset, as Netanyahu’s supporters denounce the new prime minister and an ungainly coalition rises to power.
As Biden Meeting Nears, Erdogan Softens His Stance.
With Trump gone and Turkey’s economy in crisis, the country’s strongman president is now trying to placate Western leaders rather than antagonize them. But how far can he be pushed?
A Metro Disaster From the Start.
A Times investigation shows the serious construction flaws and political pressure behind a tragedy that threatens two of Mexico’s most prominent figures.
F.D.A. Details Factory Errors That Spoiled Vaccine Doses.
The F.D.A. advised Johnson & Johnson on Friday that it should throw out the equivalent of 60 million doses produced at the Baltimore plant.
The ‘sausage wars’ flare again between Britain and the E.U.
President Macron of France was accused by Britain of suggesting that Northern Ireland was not a part of the United Kingdom.
Swiss Voters Reject Proposal to Ban Synthetic Pesticides.
The referendum would have barred the use of the synthetic pesticides in farms and gardens.
Without vaccines, Haiti struggles to contain its latest Covid wave.
One hospital near the capital, Port-au-Prince, issued an alert telling patients not to come because its wards were full.
Experts warn that the drop in U.S. testing will make it harder to track outbreaks.
Dangerous variants are spreading, and only 43 percent of the population has been fully vaccinated, as states reopen and travel resumes.
G7 leaders come together on a global minimum tax and democratic ideals.
The Group of 7 joint communiqué marks a return of international diplomacy but offers few concrete steps to achieve the summit’s lofty goals.
An Arab party makes history in Israel.
The party, Raam, was a crucial power broker in coalition talks and has become the first independent Arab party to join an Israeli government.
Young Israelis see the end of their forever prime minister.
Israel’s youth are as divided as their country. But even some on the right saw Benjamin Netanyahu’s departure as a chance for change.
Lapid changed himself to change Israel’s political gridlock.
Bringing together a far-flung coalition, then stepping aside to let a rival take office, Yair Lapid is showing a flair for the long game, analysts say.
Netanyahu may still lead the Likud party.
But prominent rivals within the party are motivated to run against him in any primary, accusing him of hurting the bloc with his stubbornness.
The coalition’s partners agree on little other than ousting Netanyahu. Can it hold?
The parties range from right to left, and they are at odds on fundamental issues. But agreeing on restoring democratic norms could be the glue they need, at least for a while.
The Knesset is voting now on Bennett’s coalition.
If it is approved, a new government will remove Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and end two years of political gridlock.
Explosion at Produce Market Kills at Least 12 in China.
The cause of the blast, which took place in the central city of Shiyan, was still being investigated.
World Basketball Chief Steps Aside Amid Sexual Abuse Investigation.
Hamane Niang, the leader of basketball’s global governing body known as FIBA, led Mali’s federation at a time of systemic exploitation of female players, activists say. FIBA announced an investigation.
Four new breeds joined the party this year.
The barbet, Belgian Laekenois, Biewer terrier and Dogo Argentino are all in.
Tsitsipas Comes Close, and Learns How Far He Must Go.
Stefanos Tsitsipas took a two-set lead over Novak Djokovic in the French Open men’s final. But in his loss he found that “two sets doesn’t really mean anything.”
Here’s how to watch the 2021 Westminster dog show.
Winners from three groups will be named on Sunday night. They’ll join four other group winners to compete for Best in Show.
Westminster Dog Show Photos: Judgment Day.
Who really is Best in Show when they’re all so photogenic?
In Adesanya, U.F.C. Has a Champion It Can Depend On.
Mainstream U.F.C. titleholders have slipped in recent years. So far, Adesanya has been consistent.
Now Halfway to a Grand Slam, Novak Djokovic Wins the French Open.
Djokovic rallied to win three straight sets and defeat Stefanos Tsitsipas. It was his 19th major men’s singles title overall and his second this year.
For England, a Six-Second Culture War and a One-Goal Win.
A cause, and criticism of it, only highlights that the majority of England fans all want the same thing.
Copa América or Copa Chaos? It’s opening night in Brazil amid a coronavirus outbreak.
More than a dozen virus cases in Venezuela’s camp, and an outbreak in Bolivia’s team, have made second-guessing, not soccer, Brazil’s most popular game.
Denmark’s team doctor on Christian Eriksen: ‘He was gone.’
Eriksen went into cardiac arrest on the field during a game at Euro 2020, team officials said. His teammates will return to training on Monday.
For the Islanders, the Good Times Really Are Here Again.
Four Stanley Cups in the 1980s gave way to bad decisions and bad luck. But the Islanders, one of the last four teams remaining in the N.H.L. playoffs, are finally on a roll.
How to Pick a Marathon Training Plan.
There are endless training resources online and groups that meet and train together in person.
Denmark’s Christian Eriksen is stable condition but remains in the hospital.
Denmark’s soccer federation said the midfielder who collapsed during a Euro 2020 match on Saturday had sent greetings to his teammates.
Better Late Than Never, It’s Time for the Dog Show.
It’s usually on a Tuesday in February, but this year it’s on a Sunday night in June. Here are the groups, the new breeds and the streaming details.
Pro Lacrosse Takes a New Road, With the Players in Charge.
The former N.F.L. wide receiver has joined the Premier Lacrosse League, where pros in other sports have found opportunities on the field.
Yankees Rally to Tie Before Losing in Extra Innings.
Aroldis Chapman faltered again in a walk-off loss. The Mets, meanwhile, cruised past the San Diego Padres.
Looking at Clay From All Angles.
An abstract painter found his place as a great collector of American ceramics. His latest gift ushers the Metropolitan Museum of Art into the 21st century.
When I Think of the Pentagon Papers.
This weekend, a special section in The Times commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Pentagon Papers. Here, contributors to the project reflect on how the secret study’s publication influenced their careers.
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