California Today: California Today: Clearing the Air, Without Fossil Fuels

Tuesday: Cutting out fossil fuels in Los Angeles, the sapping of the Silicon Valley food scene, and San Francisco’s friendly bicycling.

New York Today: New York Today: Bail Is Set for a Suspect

Tuesday: A manhunt ends, the evolution of scarecrows, and favored food vendors.

U.N. Suspends Convoys to Syria After Attack on Aid Trucks

A top official at the organization said the airstrike would amount to a war crime if found to have targeted humanitarian workers.

Ahmad Khan Rahami, U.S. Elections, Tulsa: Your Tuesday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

Spin Class Full? Feel the Burn From Your Living Room

A new crop of boutique workout companies are using interactive apps to bring their cycling, yoga and fitness classes to customers around the globe.

Resolution of Jacob Wetterling Case Also Closes Chapter for a Reporter

People in St. Joseph, Minn., and a journalist who followed the case, come to grips with the painful ending to a boy’s disappearance in 1989.

The Interpreter: 15 Years Into Afghan War, Americans Would Rather Not Talk About It

Cautious presidential candidates and a weary public are part of a bipartisan silence over the war, which is still costing American lives and hundreds of billions of dollars.

Abroad in America: Donald Trump, the Unsinkable Candidate

Many of Mr. Trump’s remarks would have seriously damaged other candidates, but he has remained popular in spite of accusations of racism and graft.

Political Memo: Donald Trump Stands by Chris Christie Despite Revelations in Bridge Closing Trial

In a typical election, having prosecutors declare that a top adviser to a candidate was aware of a plot like the 2013 George Washington Bridge closing would have enormous ramifications.

Nonfiction: What We Can Learn From Women Who Break the Rules

In “Trainwreck,” Sady Doyle writes about the women “we love to hate, mock and fear.”


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