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E.P.A. Readies Plan to Weaken Rules That Require Cars to Be Cleaner

The agency has drafted regulations on planet-warming emissions from vehicles that would dramatically weaken Obama-era standards.

To Catch a Killer: A Fake Profile on a DNA Site and a Pristine Sample

Investigators used DNA gathered at a crime scene and created a fake profile and pseudonym on a genealogy website several months ago, according to law enforcement officials.

Pennsylvania Congressman Who Settled Harassment Case Resigns Amid Ethics Inquiry

Representative Patrick Meehan, who had already announced he would retire, said he would pay $39,000 to reimburse the cost of a settlement paid with taxpayer funds.

She Died After Collapsing on a Plane the Pilot Refused to Divert. Now Her Family Is Suing.

Brittany Oswell died after having a pulmonary embolism in flight. A suit claims American Airlines was negligent and its medical equipment was faulty.

Manafort’s Lawsuit Taking Aim at Mueller Is Tossed Out of Court

The decision dealt a blow to a central part of the former Trump campaign chairman’s defense: that an investigation into his past lobbying work is beyond the scope of the special counsel’s mandate.

An Avalanche Sweeps Away a Snowboarder, but His Friends Rescue Him

Brock Crouch, 18, and other boarders were making a film in Canadian backcountry. From the hospital, he vowed on Instagram to “shred with everyone again.”

Firing of House Chaplain Causes Uproar on Capitol Hill

Speaker Paul D. Ryan, who requested the resignation of the Rev. Patrick J. Conroy, is facing pushback from his own party as well as Democrats.

Trump, Hailing Korean Talks, Says He Won’t Be Hoodwinked by North

“I don’t think he’s playing,” President Trump said of the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un.

Bill Cosby Is Guilty. What’s Next?

Mr. Cosby was convicted of three counts of sexual assault on Thursday, but there are a considerable number of different paths the case may take in the coming weeks.

Trump and Merkel Meet One on One, but Don’t See Eye to Eye

The two leaders made no attempt to hide their disagreements over the future of the Iran nuclear deal and trade relations between the United States and Europe.

President Trump Is Coming to Britain. Here’s What He Can Expect.

Mr. Trump is invited to visit Britain and is likely attending. Here are some early signals on his visit.

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