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“‘That’s Him’: Christie Goes to the Shore, and the Critics Pounce” plus 29 more NYT

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“‘That’s Him’: Christie Goes to the Shore, and the Critics Pounce” plus 29 more NYT

‘That’s Him’: Christie Goes to the Shore, and the Critics Pounce Posted: 03 Jul 2017 01:43 PM PDT

With photographs circulating of the New Jersey governor and his family enjoying state beaches that are closed to the public, fewer constituents are finding his brashness likable.
With Beaches Empty, Christie Wages One More Fight Posted: 02 Jul 2017 06:44 PM PDT

The shutdown of New Jersey’s government has its roots in a dispute about taking money held in reserve by Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield, the state’s largest health insurer.
Court Blocks E.P.A. Effort to Suspend Obama-Era Methane Rule Posted: 03 Jul 2017 02:06 PM PDT

The ruling, on a regulation to restrict emissions from new oil and gas wells, signaled that President Trump’s plans to erase his predecessor’s environmental record are likely to face an uphill battle.
Asia and Australia Edition: China, Russia, Israel: Your Morning Briefing Posted: 03 Jul 2017 01:51 PM PDT

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
Chris Christie, Israel, July 4: Your Monday Evening Briefing Posted: 03 Jul 2017 03:16 PM PDT

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
After Angering China, Trump Talks With Its Leader About North Korea Posted: 03 Jul 2017 09:17 AM PDT

Mr. Trump offended the Chinese over Taiwan, trafficking, trade and the South China Sea. Then he spoke on Monday with President Xi Jinping.
Trump and Pope Weigh In on Case of U.K. Child on Life Support Posted: 03 Jul 2017 02:42 PM PDT

British and European courts have ruled that a hospital can turn off life support for Charlie Gard, an infant with a rare genetic disorder.
Fox Sports Fires Jamie Horowitz Amid Sexual Harassment Claims Posted: 03 Jul 2017 01:32 PM PDT

The company did not explicitly say why Mr. Horowitz was fired. A person familiar with the matter said there were no legal claims against him or settlements made regarding allegations of harassment.
A Patriotic Fourth: What Does That Mean Now? Posted: 03 Jul 2017 02:00 AM PDT

Are Americans still feeling pride in a bitterly divided country? We hit the road to find out.
California’s Far North Deplores ‘Tyranny’ of the Urban Majority Posted: 03 Jul 2017 10:39 AM PDT

Rural residents in the state’s northern reaches say they are underrepresented and politically alienated by a system that doesn’t have their interests in mind.
Sidebar: Confident and Assertive, Gorsuch Hurries to Make His Mark Posted: 03 Jul 2017 02:00 AM PDT

Most justices take years to find their footing at the Supreme Court, but Neil M. Gorsuch has already written self-assured opinions and tussled with colleagues.
Israel Faces Uproar Abroad as Netanyahu Yields to Ultra-Orthodox Jews Posted: 03 Jul 2017 01:11 PM PDT

The prime minister backtracked on a Western Wall deal and approved a bill on control of conversions to Judaism, reawakening an old dispute over who is a Jew.
The South Park Commons Fills a Hole in the Tech Landscape Posted: 02 Jul 2017 02:40 PM PDT

The Bay Area tech scene has start-up incubators and hacker spaces. But what do you do when you want to figure out your next move?
How to Become a Secret Service Agent Posted: 03 Jul 2017 02:00 AM PDT

Learn about five different training exercises recruits go through at this Secret Service training facility in Maryland.
Fast Cars, Mean Dogs and Push-Ups: How to Train for the Secret Service Posted: 03 Jul 2017 07:13 AM PDT

How to Train for the Secret Service
U.S. Carries Out Drone Strike Against Shabab Militants in Somalia Posted: 03 Jul 2017 02:31 PM PDT

The operation against the insurgent group comes three months after President Trump relaxed rules for strikes in the region.
10 Injured When Cab Jumps Curb at Boston Airport, Police Say Posted: 03 Jul 2017 01:07 PM PDT

The driver, a 56-year-old man from Cambridge, was cooperating with the authorities, according to the police.
Venus Williams, at Wimbledon News Conference, ‘Speechless’ Over Fatal Crash Posted: 03 Jul 2017 09:50 AM PDT

Williams briefly left the news conference after she tried to speak about a car accident she was involved in last month.
Tokyo Voters’ Rebuke Signals Doubt About Shinzo Abe’s Future Posted: 03 Jul 2017 04:21 AM PDT

Mr. Abe seemed on track to become Japan’s longest-serving prime minister, but a local election has changed that perception.
Asking Why Our Wedding Pages Seem So Upper Crust Posted: 03 Jul 2017 07:19 AM PDT

The reader laments not reading Times wedding announcements about couples in more traditionally working-class jobs.
White House Rejects Talk of Quick Trump Visit to U.K. Posted: 03 Jul 2017 03:28 AM PDT

British newspapers had suggested the president might call at Downing Street between a G-20 meeting in Germany and Bastille Day celebrations in France.
Tesla’s First Mass-Market Car, the Model 3, Hits Production This Week Posted: 02 Jul 2017 11:55 PM PDT

After years of producing luxury cars in small numbers, Tesla hopes sales of its new model, priced around $35,000, will push its output to 500,000 cars a year.
Album Review: Jay-Z Revels in the Catharsis of Confession on ‘4:44’ Posted: 02 Jul 2017 11:14 AM PDT

There are few distractions on this rapper’s raw 13th studio album, which responds to Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” and doesn’t strive to sound like the present hip-hop moment.
Fans of White House Garden Hope New Tenants Keep It Green Posted: 02 Jul 2017 12:55 PM PDT

Those who support the White House Kitchen Garden are trying creative ways to keep it a priority for the new presidential administration.
On His Way Out, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Revs Up Daytona Posted: 02 Jul 2017 05:28 PM PDT

Earnhardt’s wins have waned in his final Nascar season, but his fans filled a treasured track this weekend.
The Interpreter: Canada’s Comedy, the Voice of a Polite Nation, Rises in the Trump Era Posted: 30 Jun 2017 11:45 AM PDT

Political humor, “one of our national pastimes,” is a way of pushing back against America’s dominance. Its changes offer a lens into how Canada is changing, too.
With Social Media, Vietnam’s Dissidents Grow Bolder Despite Crackdown Posted: 02 Jul 2017 11:19 AM PDT

Facebook and other online forums have become the connecting tissue for Vietnam’s increasingly public dissident voices. And the government is fighting back.
First Words: Why the Far Right Wants to Be the New ‘Alternative’ Culture Posted: 27 Jun 2017 02:00 AM PDT

The hard-right fringe is billing itself as today’s “punk rock” counterculture — even as it gleefully seizes power and influence over the mainstream.
At Their Leisure: Why Some Men Don’t Work: Video Games Have Gotten Really Good Posted: 03 Jul 2017 10:46 AM PDT

Young men are working less. Some economists think it’s because they’re home playing video games.
Chocolate Aplenty, but Nary a Wonka Bar to Be Found Posted: 03 Jul 2017 08:45 AM PDT

Why can’t you buy a Wonka Bar at the Broadway musical “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”? Blame corporate indifference — and a flirtation with crème brûlée.