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By MARK LANDLER and MICHAEL D. SHEAR
In his most extensive remarks on race since 2008, President Obama addressed the verdict in the Trayvon Martin killing and and its impact among African-Americans.
By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN
A day after his conviction on embezzlement charges incited protests, Aleksei A. Navalny was released from custody.
By MICHAEL R. GORDON and JODI RUDOREN
Secretary of State John Kerry said Israel and the Palestinian Authority had agreed to join him in Washington in hopes of resuming formal talks for the first time since 2010.
By PETER BAKER
If President Obama canceled the meeting in Moscow, it would be seen as a direct slap at President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia.
By MATT SIEGEL
A policy to deal with a record number of asylum seekers would deny permission to settle in the country to anyone who arrived by boat without a visa.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Protesters clashed with Indian security forces, defying a government curfew imposed to quell demonstrations over the killing of four people by government troops.