A New Chapter in Fraught Ties Between President, Spies

President Trump’s combative relationship with U.S. intelligence agencies has made it difficult for officials to speak candidly to him or the public about national security threats, particularly those involving Russia, according to current and former officials.763

Life & Arts

This Independence Day, bring some sweetness to the world. A cake for your community, a patriotic pie, a melon infused with a generous glug of booze: These festive recipes range from easy treats to make-ahead masterpieces.

Business & Finance

Clothing retailer Lucky Brand Dungarees has filed for bankruptcy with initial plans to close at least 13 stores and with a possible deal to sell its private equity-backed business to the operator of Aéropostale and Nautica brands.24 minutes ago

A Turkish judge ordered the release of five defendants pending a verdict in their trial on charges they assisted onetime auto executive Carlos Ghosn in making an undeclared layover in Turkey late last year after he fled Japan inside a musical-equipment box.3

World

Allegations that soldiers kidnapped and raped children in remote regions of Colombia inhabited by indigenous communities have sparked public outrage and calls by an American senator for changes to the U.S.-backed military.

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