U.S. Signals Backing for Self-Driving Cars

New federal guidelines make it clear that, while the government will provide oversight, it wants to encourage the development of autonomous vehicles.

How Pop Culture Wore Out Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’

Mr. Cohen’s hymnlike 1984 song has become shorthand for Big Emotional Moment everywhere from “Shrek” to the Emmys.

Video Released in Terence Crutcher’s Killing by Tulsa Police

The department opened an investigation into an officer’s shooting of Mr. Crutcher, an unarmed black man who appeared to be raising his hands above his head.

Obama, at the U.N., Cites Iraq Gains and Urges Steady Nerves at Home

The president visited the United Nations General Assembly against the backdrop of a stabbing attack in Minnesota and a weekend bombing in New York.

After Bombing on Jersey Shore, Residents Try to Make Sense of Chaos

No one was injured when a bomb went off Saturday morning in the quiet community of Seaside Park, N.J., but an idyll has been interrupted.

Your Evening Briefing

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

Wells Fargo’s John Stumpf Has His Wall St. Comeuppance

The head of the bank that came out of the financial crisis relatively unscathed now faces the Senate Banking Committee a over a far-reaching oversight scandal.

DealBook: Why So Many Business Leaders Are Tiptoeing Around Donald Trump

LinkedIn’s co-founder has taken to publicly denouncing the candidate, but many executives are offering only whispered critiques, fearing retaliation.

Kinshasa, Congo, Is Locked Down as Protests Erupt Against Joseph Kabila

Many Congolese fear that President Joseph Kabila is trying to wiggle out of term limits and hold onto power indefinitely.

In Statement to Senate, Wells Fargo Chief Is ‘Deeply Sorry’

John G. Stumpf, chief of Wells Fargo, is expected to apologize to a Senate panel on Tuesday for sham accounts set up at the bank.


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