FBI admits overstating locked phone problem, and critics pounce

FBI admits overstating locked phone problem, and critics pounce

By CHARLIE SAVAGE © 2018 New York Times News Service

Facebook’s Zuckerberg gets an earful from the European Union

By ADAM SATARIANO and MILAN SCHREUER © 2018 New York Times News Service

End of Inquiry on Obstruction Might Be Near

By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and MAGGIE HABERMAN © 2018 New York Times News Service

Cougar Attacks Two Bicyclists in Washington State, Killing One

By MATT STEVENS © 2018 New York Times News Service

At least eight people killed in Santa Fe, Texas, school shooting; suspect is in custody

By NIRAJ CHOKSHI and MATTHEW HAAG © 2018 New York Times News Service

Hail Caesar salad! Romaine is safe to eat again

By JAN HOFFMAN © 2018 New York Times News Service

Senate Democrats win vote on net neutrality, a centerpiece of 2018 strategy

By CECILIA KANG © 2018 New York Times News Service WASHINGTON — Senate Democrats narrowly won a vote Wednesday to save net neutrality rules that ensure unobstructed access to the internet.

Facebook, Aiming for Transparency, Details Removal of Posts and Fake Accounts

By SHEERA FRENKEL © 2018 New York Times News Service

Seattle Scales Back Tax in Face of Amazon’s Revolt, but Tensions Linger

By NICK WINGFIELD © 2018 New York Times News Service

Israeli Troops Kill Dozens of Palestinian Protesters as U.S. Embassy Opens in Jerusalem

By DAVID M. HALBFINGER, ISABEL KERSHNER and DECLAN WALSH © 2018 New York Times News Service A mass attempt by Palestinians to cross the border fence separating Israel from the Gaza Strip on Monday quickly turned violent, as Israeli soldiers responded with rifle fire.

GMO Foods Will Soon Require Labels. What Will the Labels Say?

By AMY HARMON © 2018 New York Times News Service

California will require solar power for new homes

By IVAN PENN © 2018 New York Times News Service SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Solar panels have become an increasingly familiar sight on California rooftops as the state moves toward a clean-energy future.

Trump Withdraws U.S. From ‘One-Sided’ Iran Nuclear Deal

By MARK LANDLER © 2018 New York Times News Service WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump declared Tuesday that he was pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal, unraveling the signature foreign policy achievement of his predecessor, Barack Obama, and isolating the United States among its Western allies.

As Volcano Erupts in Hawaii, ‘I Can See My House Burning’

By AUSTIN RAMZY © 2018 New York Times News Service

Giuliani Says Trump Would Not Have to Comply With Mueller Subpoena

By NOAH WEILAND © 2018 New York Times News Service

Trump Says Payment to Stormy Daniels Did Not Violate Campaign Laws

By EILEEN SULLIVAN, MATT APUZZO and MAGGIE HABERMAN © 2018 New York Times News Service

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