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NOAA Officials Feared Firings After Trump’s Hurricane Claims, Inspector General Says

The report examined the aftermath of Mr. Trump’s insistence that Hurricane Dorian was headed toward Alabama, which government forecasters contradicted.

DeSantis Is Said to Quietly Hinder Fund-Raising for Trump Convention

A personal dispute has prompted Ron DeSantis, the Florida governor, to discourage donors from contributing, people familiar with the discussions said. His top fund-raiser denies any attempt to undercut the convention.

Milley Calls for ‘Hard Look’ at Renaming Bases Honoring Confederates

Gen. Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told a House hearing that “there is no place in our armed forces for manifestations, or symbols of racism, bias or discrimination.”

Don’t Be Fooled, Trump Is a Winner in the Supreme Court Tax Case

His taxes will probably not become public before the election. And that is what he most cares about.

Regeneron Scientists Raced To Find Antibodies To Fight Covid-19. Then The Coronavirus Found Them.

This spring, researchers at Regeneron’s Westchester headquarters found themselves in one of the country’s first coronavirus hot spots.

‘Big Mess’ Looms if Schools Don’t Get Billions to Reopen Safely

As President Trump and others push to get students back in the classroom this fall, educators say they need more support and clearer guidelines.

Michael Cohen Will Return to Prison Over Home-Confinement Rules

President Trump’s former personal lawyer, who was convicted of campaign finance and other crimes, had been released amid coronavirus concerns.

In ‘Buy American’ Speech, Biden Challenges Trump on the Economy

Joseph R. Biden Jr. laid out a populist vision with the tagline “Build Back Better,” part of an effort to confront President Trump on his strongest issue in polling.

Northern Right Whales Are on the Brink, and Trump Could Be Their Last Hope

The species was declared critically endangered on Thursday, with fewer than 450 left.

Japan’s Deadly Combination: Climate Change and an Aging Society

Record-breaking rains this week in the country’s southernmost main island, which have killed 62, have shown the vulnerability of people living in nursing homes.

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