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Obama Says Income Gap Is Fraying U.S. Social Fabric
Widening income inequality and the weak recovery have undermined Americans’ belief in opportunity, President Obama said in an interview.

Obama Says He’ll Evaluate Pipeline Project Depending on Pollution
President Obama said that he would evaluate construction of the Keystone XL pipeline on the basis of whether or not it would add significant amounts of carbon to the atmosphere.

Transcript

Interview With President Obama
The following is a transcript of an interview with President Obama in Galesburg, Ill., by New York Times reporters.

Strategies

Getting Creative With the G.D.P.
When figuring the gross domestic product, the government is about to give more economic weight to the creation of many types of intellectual property — from books to movies to music to biotech drugs. 
 

Op-Ed Columnist

I Want to Be a Mayor
Crucial economic growth is being generated in cities and metropolitan areas across the country. 

Egypt: 120 reported killed as violence erupts at Cairo rallies: The Telegraph Front Page PM July 27, 2013.

Saturday, July 27, 2013


FrontpagePM



Egypt: 120 reported killed as violence erupts at Cairo rallies

News   Violence has broken out in Cairo where supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi are protesting.

Spanish train driver detained for manslaughter

Doctors could be forced to carry out immigration checks on patients, documents show

Pie in the sky: Chinese cake drones shot down

Villagers’ fracking revolt leads to arrests
 
sport

Nastasic falls victim to 'killer' pitch as City win

Sport   Defender is stretchered off in Hong Kong as Manchester City beat Sunderland 1-0 to claim Barclays Asia Trophy in torrential rain.

AVB refuses to deny Bale is demanding move

Liverpool deny reports club for sale for £350m

Premier League: Transfer Talk

Cazorla: I am not leaving Arsenal for Atletico

Finance

British high street giants sue Visa over rip-off card processing fees

Finance   Sir Philip Green's Arcadia empire, Asda and other big name high street chains are suing Visa to recoup a decade's worth of excess debit and credit ca...

Omnicom-Publicis £20bn 'merger' faces regulatory hurdles

EU and China resolve solar trade row

Glaxo reps 'trained to offer sexual bribes'

Co-op savers come second to stability
 
comment

Daniel Hannan : The Royal family symbolises our liberty

Geoffrey Lean : There's a mutiny brewing in Middle England

Graeme Archer : Want the human touch? Try the Royal Mail
 
most viewed

Culture: Downton Abbey fans given first glimpse of new series

Technology: Now TV box: iPlayer plus Sky Sports and Movies without subscription

Fashion: The Style Agenda
 
How about that

N Korea stages war anniversary spectacle

Mystery soap thief unmasked as squirrels

The week in pictures
 
Video Editor's Choice

Video Editor's Choice   Giant military parade in Pyongyang

'1,000 injured' after Egypt protests

Passenger's view of plane crash

Anniversary Games recall London 2012
 
Sponsored Features

Sponsored   Crucial car checks before your holiday

Using 4G to the max in the NHS

NYT | Today's Headlines July 27, 2013.



Today's Headlines

Saturday, July 27, 2013


Top News
Hassan Rouhani, Iran's incoming president, negotiated the only nuclear deal between Iran and the West in the last 11 years, and he seems determined ease the harsh tactics of his predecessor.

The Saturday Profile

President-Elect Stirs Optimism in Iran and West

By THOMAS ERDBRINK

Hassan Rouhani is concerned about his country's growing economic troubles and is determined to change policies that have cut off relations with most of the developed world.
Supporters of former President Mohamed Morsi clashed with riot police early Saturday in Cairo.
Violence Erupts After Mass Rallies Over Fate of Egypt

By ROBERT F. WORTH and KAREEM FAHIM

At least a dozen people were reported killed in heavy fighting on Saturday, a day after a state-orchestrated display of military power and word of likely criminal charges against the ousted president, Mohamed Morsi.
. Photographs  Slide Show: Demonstrations Grow in Egypt
Radu Dogaru, in a video image. He says he stole famous artworks in Rotterdam. His mother has said she burned them.
A Trail of Masterpieces and a Web of Lies, Leading to Anguish

By ANDREW HIGGINS

Investigators are nowhere closer to learning the fate of seven paintings, including works by Picasso, Matisse and Monet, that were stolen by a Romanian criminal gang from a Dutch museum.
. Photographs  Slide Show: On the Trail of Stolen Masterpieces
For more top news, go to NYTimes.com »

Editors' Picks

TECHNOLOGY

Multimedia Feature Multimedia Feature: One App, More Than 400 Languages
The Bible App, also known as YouVersion, is the only mobile application in the world that provides content in obscure languages like Eastern Bolivian Guarani, Inuktitut or Akoose.
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OPINION | Op-Ed Contributor

The Charitable-Industrial Complex

By PETER BUFFETT

As more lives are destroyed by the system that creates vast amounts of wealth for the few, the more heroic it sounds to "give back."

QUOTATION OF THE DAY

"As a citizen of the world, I want to believe that the paintings still exist."
RALUCA BOTEA, a Romanian prosecutor, after artworks by masters like Picasso were stolen and possibly burned.
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World
France Orders Strauss-Kahn to Stand Trial

By SCOTT SAYARE

French magistrates charged Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former chief of the International Monetary Fund, and 12 others with "aggravated procurement in a group," or pimping.
U.S. Letter Says Leaker Won't Face Death Penalty

By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and STEVEN LEE MYERS

In a letter to the Russian minister of justice, Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. said the United States was also willing to issue a passport to Edward J. Snowden so he could return to the country.
The train driver, Francisco José Garzón Amo, here being helped after the accident, was still in a hospital on Friday.
Black Boxes Found and Driver Arrested in Spanish Train Crash

By SILVIA TAULÉS and DOREEN CARVAJAL

Francisco José Garzón Amo was arrested as investigators examined records from the train's "black box" to determine the cause of the crash, which killed 78 people.
For more world news, go to NYTimes.com/World »
U.S.
San Diego's mayor, Bob Filner, apologized at a news conference on Friday.
San Diego Mayor Says He Will Go Into Therapy

By ADAM NAGOURNEY and IAN LOVETT

Besieged by accusations of sexual harassment, Mayor Bob Filner of San Diego said Friday that he would enter two weeks of what he called intensive behavior therapy.
Quarantined rice from Thailand.
F.D.A. Says Importers Must Audit Food Safety

By SABRINA TAVERNISE

If the rules are made final, they would shift the responsibility for ensuring that food is safe from the F.D.A. to companies like Walmart and Cargill.
Citing food safety, catfish farmers support the Agriculture Department's program.
Number of Catfish Inspectors Drives a Debate on Spending

By RON NIXON

The inspection of catfish is at the heart of a dispute as the House and Senate prepare to work out their differences on a new five-year farm bill.
For more U.S. news, go to NYTimes.com/US »
Politics
Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey warned that those advocating a crackdown on the surveillance programs being carried out under President Obama would regret it, in remarks Thursday.
Christie Assails Libertarian Shift on National Security by Some in the G.O.P.

By JONATHAN MARTIN

Remarks by the New Jersey governor provided a vivid reminder of why he has so become a national figure and leading 2016 contender for the Republican presidential nomination.
Quiet Rivalry Over the Next Fed Leader Comes Out of the Shadows

By BINYAMIN APPELBAUM

The choice of the nation's most powerful technocrat, the head of the Federal Reserve, has rarely generated this much public anticipation or political debate.
Ben S. Bernanke with President George W. Bush during the 2008 financial crisis.

Political Memo

Fed Chairman's Departure Casts a New Light on the Bush Legacy

By JOHN HARWOOD

Even some political rivals give the former president partial credit for helping avert a second Great Depression, showing how history's view can shift.
For more political news, go to NYTimes.com/Politics »
Business
Preet Bharara, the United States attorney for the Southern District of New York, laid out the government's case against SAC on Thursday.

Common Sense

At SAC, Rules Compliance With an 'Edge'

By JAMES B. STEWART

SAC Capital Advisors, the hedge fund now facing criminal charges, is proud of its "strong culture of compliance" with insider-trading rules, but the government's indictment shows little evidence of it.
Solar panels north of Los Angeles. Power companies say such systems are draining away their customers and profits.
On Rooftops, a Rival for Utilities

By DIANE CARDWELL

Big power companies say that incentives for solar power are robbing them of paying customers, setting up a fight for the future of renewable energy.
On a hunch, Mr. Mitchell began drilling shale rock formations in the Texas dirt fields where he had long pumped oil and gas.
George Mitchell, a Pioneer in Hydraulic Fracturing, Dies at 94

By DOUGLAS MARTIN

Mr. Mitchell, who on a hunch began drilling shale rock formations, is credited with creating an unexpected natural gas boom in the United States.
For more business news, go to NYTimes.com/Business »
Technology
Listeners use a Bible app during a sermon at Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in Chicago.
In the Beginning Was the Word; Now the Word Is on an App

By AMY O'LEARY

With more than 100 million downloads, YouVersion, a free app that offers over 600 Bible translations, has found itself in the company of successful start-ups like Instagram and Dropbox.
. Interactive  Multimedia Feature: One App, More Than 400 Languages
. Photographs  Slide Show: Transforming Study of the Bible
Ads for the Galaxy S4 by Samsung. In its earnings statement, the company said it expected smartphone competition to grow. 
Chipping Away at the Smartphone Leaders

By ERIC PFANNER

The competition in high-end cellphones is stirring, and consumers are giving a new look to brands they once ignored, a factor Samsung acknowledged in its latest earnings report.
. Graphic  Graphic: Smartphone Rivals
. Samsung's Profit Rises, but So Does the Competition
Pinterest Allows Users to Opt Out of Being Tracked

Bits Blog

Pinterest Allows Users to Opt Out of Being Tracked

By NICK BILTON

On Friday, Pinterest, a kind of virtual pinboard, announced that it would enable Do Not Track functionality to let users opt out tracking their behavior on site.
For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Technology »
Sports
Alfonso Soriano, acquired from the Cubs on Friday afternoon, after one of his five hitless at-bats in his first game with the Yankees since 2003.

Rays 10, Yankees 6

A Welcome Back for Soriano, Followed by a Debacle for the Yankees

By JORGE ARANGURE Jr.

Not even Alfonso Soriano's arrival could save C. C. Sabathia, who has allowed 17 earned runs in his last 14 innings, and the Yankees, who were shut down by Jeremy Hellickson.
. Interactive Box Score | Stepping Into Cleanup Spot, Soriano Winds Up 0 for 5
America's Cup organizers said there would be 15 teams and $1.4 billion in economic activity in San Francisco. But teams have dropped out, and economic forecasts have fallen.
Turbulent Journey for America's Cup

By JOHN BRANCH and MALIA WOLLAN

The death of a sailor, the bickering over rule changes, the threat of boycotts and the name-calling of a team have hurt the lead-up to the America's Cup.
. 77 Years Later, Yacht Repeats Win in Trans-Pacific Race
Arbitrator Becomes a Baseball Power

By STEVE EDER

Fans will be hearing a lot more about Fredric R. Horowitz, the arbitrator who will hear the appeals of players seeking to have their performance-enhancing drug suspensions overturned.
. Roundup: Orioles Top Red Sox, Who Fall Out of First Place
For more sports news, go to NYTimes.com/Sports »
Arts
Gustav Mahler and Natalie Bauer-Lechner.
Chaste Ascetic? A Letter Details Mahler's Love Life

By ALLAN KOZINN

A recently discovered letter from a Mahler confidante - and sometime lover - shows that the composer had numerous affairs and infatuations.
Murmurs This mime/circus show, with Aurélia Thierrée, is at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater as part of the Lincoln Center Festival.

Theater Review | 'Murmurs'

If These Walls Could Talk, They'd Lie

By ALASTAIR MACAULAY

"Murmurs," a mime/circus show by Victoria Thierrée Chaplin, explores illusions with a strange set and surreal scenes.
Walter De Maria in a gallery next to his
Walter De Maria, Artist on Grand Scale, Dies at 77

By ROBERTA SMITH

Mr. De Maria, whose art helped give rise to earthworks, Conceptual Art and Minimal art, was best known for large-scale outdoor works, including "The Lightning Field" in New Mexico.
. Photographs  Slide Show: Art on a Grand Scale
For more arts news, go to NYTimes.com/Arts »
N.Y./Region
Christine C. Quinn, a candidate for mayor, visiting Young Israel of Forest Hills Senior Center in Queens on Friday.
Citing Scandals, Quinn Sees Way to Stand Apart

By MICHAEL BARBARO and E. C. GOGOLAK

In an electoral season awash with misbehaving men, Christine C. Quinn, the City Council speaker, has seized on scandals in an effort to regain an edge in the race for mayor.
Treasure hunters like Manny Ortiz scour Jones Beach with metal detectors.

Summer Shorelines

For Beach Scavengers, Storm Washed Away Their Treasure

By MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ

The folks who comb Jones Beach with metal detectors say their bounty has suffered because of Hurricane Sandy.
Daryl Foriest, director of distribution at the Food Bank's pantry and soup kitchen in Harlem, was skeptical at first of the Toyota engineers' efforts.
In Lieu of Money, Toyota Donates Efficiency to New York Charity

By MONA EL-NAGGAR

Toyota engineers brought kaizen, a Japanese word meaning "continuous improvement," to the Food Bank for New York City, cutting wait times at soup kitchens and streamlining procedures.
. Photographs  Slide Show: A More Streamlined Charity
For more New York news, go to NYTimes.com/NewYork »
Travel
Travel Blogging Today: It's Complicated

By DAN SALTZSTEIN

In an increasingly competitive field, bloggers need to do more than attract readers. They may also need to find sponsors.
A view from Day 1 of the author's Great Wall hike, in the Gubeikou area.
The Great Wall, Our Way

By JEANNIE RALSTON

A two-day hike along a remote stretch of China's Great Wall affords endless views without the distraction of crowds.
The pork sandwich at Central BBQ in Memphis.

Frugal Traveler

Memphis on the Cheap: Elvis, Barbecue and Baseball

By SETH KUGEL

Part 2 of the Frugal Traveler's summer road trip takes him to Memphis, where he searches for the tacky and the tasty while (generally) trying to avoid the touristy.
. Video  Video: Discount Elvis Souvenirs
For more travel news, go to NYTimes.com/Travel »
Today's Video
Video Video: Bill Cunningham | Crisper
Looking great during the heat wave were white tops of all sorts, from classic shirts and shells to floaty trapeze shapes and roomy dolman sleeves.
Video Video: Sweet Corn Ice Cream
Melissa Clark demonstrates a sweeter way to use summer corn.
Video Video: The Sweet Spot: Why Netflix Matters
In this week's episode, A. O. Scott and David Carr talk about Netflix's amazing evolution, and how people are watching its critically acclaimed shows.
For more video, go to NYTimes.com/Video »
Editorials

Editorial

The War Over Health Care Exchanges

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Republicans are resorting to scare tactics to sabotage the Affordable Care Act.

Editorial

Goldman Sachs's Aluminum Pile

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Policy makers should examine the bank's involvement in commodity markets.

Editorial

A Civic Treasure in Detroit

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

With the city going through the bankruptcy process, some extremely valuable and world-class artwork is being eyed hungrily by many creditors.
For more opinion, go to NYTimes.com/Opinion »
Op-Ed
Charles M. Blow

Op-Ed Columnist

Carving Up the Country

By CHARLES M. BLOW

Our 50 states seem to be united in name only. That has led to disturbing concentrations of power.
. Columnist Page
Gail Collins

Op-Ed Columnist

Mick Jagger, Birthday Boy

By GAIL COLLINS

Rock stars of the '60s sang about getting old and about how awful it would be because it seemed so far away. Well, the day is finally here, people!
. Columnist Page
Joe Nocera

Op-Ed Columnist

The Baby Formula Barometer

By JOE NOCERA

Why don't consumers in China want to buy Chinese products? Let's count up the problems.
. Columnist Page | Blog
For more opinion, go to NYTimes.com/Opinion »