By ELISA MALA and J. DAVID GOODMAN
A gunman stalked youths at an island summer camp for young members of the governing party after explosions in Oslo hit government buildings. The police seized a man officials described as a right-wing extremist in connection with both attacks.
By JACKIE CALMES and CARL HULSE
The epic clash between the White House and Congressional Republicans came just a week before the government hits its borrowing ceiling, and set off sharp accusations from both sides.
By NICHOLAS KULISH and STEVEN ERLANGER
The latest bailout in the Greek saga has the elements of familiar European intrigue: private meetings of the powerful, cries of protest and then a deal as markets veer toward panic.
The American Museum of Natural History now offers its own biology degree. Gilder Graduate School PhD students analyze the millions of preserved animals in the museum's 150-year-old collection.
By KENNETH N. LUONGO and KENNETH C. BRILL
Recent budget cuts make us more vulnerable to nuclear terrorism.
By DON VAN NATTA Jr.
William Lewis, a former editor of The Daily Telegraph, has become a central figure in a battle over an exclusive story the newspaper says was stolen from it last year.
By GRAHAM BOWLEY and JO BECKER
Prime Minister David Cameron of Britain said that James Murdoch still had "questions to answer" about the phone hacking scandal swirling around News International.
By NADA BAKRI
Friday's demonstrations, under the slogan of unity, came a week after a wave of sectarian bloodshed in Homs, Syria's third-largest city, claimed the lives of at least two dozen people.