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Europe Edition: Turkey, Germany, Taliban: Your Tuesday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

Turkey’s Lira Crisis Tests Erdogan’s Authoritarian Approach
Turks are bracing for more financial turmoil. Economists warn that the problem is broader and deeper than a spat with the United States.

Plunge in Lira, Turkey’s Currency, Fuels Fears of Financial Contagion
The country’s economic crisis has been caused by soaring inflation, economic mismanagement by the Turkish government and tensions with the United States.

Why Turkey’s Lira Crisis Matters Outside Turkey
In past decades, plunges in emerging-market currencies have ignited broader crises. Turkey’s lira is crashing, and that has financial markets on edge.

F.B.I. Agent Peter Strzok, Who Criticized Trump in Texts, Is Fired
Mr. Strzok was one of the F.B.I.’s top counterintelligence officials. But his disparaging texts about President Trump handed a weapon to conservatives assailing the Russia investigation.

Trump Appears to Admit White House Aides Signed Nondisclosure Agreements
A tweet disparaging Omarosa Manigault Newman, a former aide, appeared to confirm the highly unusual agreements, which officials have declined to acknowledge for months.

Stephen Miller’s Uncle Calls Him a Hypocrite in an Online Essay
The article is a notable rebuke by a family member to Mr. Miller, who is one of the most fervent public defenders of President Trump’s immigration policies.

‘Don’t Run This Year’: The Perils for Republican Women Facing a Flood of Resistance
The energy in the midterms is working against female Republican candidates who are reluctant or unable to claim any advantage to being a woman among voters.

Voting Rights Advocates Used to Have an Ally in the Government. That’s Changing.
The Obama Justice Department fought voter-ID laws, aggressive purges of voter rolls and dilution of minority votes. Under President Trump, the department often does the opposite.

What Happens to #MeToo When a Feminist Is the Accused?
Avital Ronell, a superstar professor, was found by N.Y.U. to have sexually harassed a male grad student. But his charges have met disbelief from some feminist scholars.

Elon Musk’s Tweet on Taking Tesla Private Surprised Even Its Board
The chief executive is said to have written his Twitter post last week in haste. But he said Monday he had Saudi financial backing for a buyout plan.

DealBook: Elon Musk’s Tweets on Tesla Started a Tizzy. Someone Should Hit the Brakes.
Executives are permitted to disclose market-moving information on social media. But Mr. Musk has provided regulators ample opportunity to re-examine the policy.

A Year After Charlottesville, Disarray in the White Supremacist Movement
“It was a dead-enders event from the get-go.”The alt-right’s sparse turnout at a Washington rally on Sunday illustrated a fracturing within the movement.

Talking to a Man Named Mr. Cotton About Slavery and Confederate Monuments
In this week’s Race/Related newsletter: A writer explores the nation’s divide over its Civil War past. He finds that some Confederate monuments cannot be moved.

Welcome to the Resistance, Omarosa
She’s a venal scammer, but she’s right to tell all about Trump.

Israel, This Is Not Who We Are
Orthodoxy should be respected, but we cannot allow the politics of a radical minority to alienate millions of Jews worldwide.

The Myth of Watergate Bipartisanship
The Republicans stuck with their president, right up to the end.

Op-Ed Columnist: Who’s Afraid of Nancy Pelosi?
The G.O.P.’s boogeywoman was the greatest House speaker of modern times.

Documenting ‘Slavery by Another Name’in Texas
An African-American burial ground recently unearthed in Texas reveals details about an ugly chapter in the history of the American South.

Trump, Omarosa and ‘Only the Best People’
We are yet again reminded of how this president has hired people who reflect and reinforce his nastiness, neediness and narcissism.

The Stone: We Are Merging With Robots. That’s a Good Thing.
The old boundaries of the human self are being blurred by technology. The risks are real, but the potential is astounding.

What The Source Taught Me
The hip-hop magazine was edited by black editors, for black readers. And it turned me into a philosopher.

V.S. Naipaul, My Wonderful, Cruel Friend
My relationship with him was full of its joys and hurts. It was never going to be otherwise.

Watering New York’s Transit Deserts
Now that the city has capped ride-hailing services, it needs a real solution for commuters outside Manhattan.

Japan Dispatch: Mount Fuji’s Got Mail. A Bone-Rattling Bulldozer Ride Brings It Down.
Social media dominates communication in Japan, except atop the country’s best-known volcano. But hauling all those postcards off the summit isn’t easy.

Lens: Gazing Back at the Surveillance Cameras That Watch Us
These photographers explored the implications of a culture of pervasive monitoring.

Pranked by Sacha Baron Cohen, He Was as Shocked as the Rest of Us
Daniel Roberts, a gun rights advocate, said he had no clue he had been duped into a humiliating appearance on “Who Is America?”until the episode aired.

West Virginia House of Delegates Votes to Impeach Entire State Supreme Court
In a series of votes that frequently fell along rough party lines, lawmakers approved 11 articles of impeachment against all four sitting justices, sending the process on to the State Senate.

Driver Crashes Car Into Barriers Outside U.K. Parliament
The motorist was taken into custody after injuring several pedestrians, the police said. The area was the site of a terrorist attack in March 2017.

Candidate for Florida State House Admits She Lied About Graduating From College
Melissa Howard, a Republican candidate, posted a photo of what she said was a diploma from Miami University of Ohio. The school says she never graduated.

Trump Mocks Gillibrand and Cuomo in His First Visit to Upstate N.Y. as President
The president attended a bill signing in Fort Drum, N.Y., and then criticized the Democrats at a fund-raiser for Representative Claudia Tenney.

Those Long Security Lines at Airports? They May Move Quicker Soon
The T.S.A. is testing machines that can more thoroughly scan what’s in carry-on bags, so there would be less need to search bags by hand.

Fighting Conspiracies, Sandy Hook Parent Is Thwarted by Online Policies
The father of a 6-year-old victim has tried to erase lies about his son from the internet, but Automattic, which runs WordPress.com, says “untrue content is not banned.”

Why the Taliban’s Assault on Ghazni Matters for Afghanistan and the U.S.
The Taliban besieged yet another major Afghan city, this time less than 100 miles from the country’s capital city, Kabul.

Why Is the U.S. Wary of a Declaration to End the Korean War?
Both North Korea and South Korea want to start the process toward a peace treaty in the decades-long war, but Washington is standing in the way.

Banks and Retailers Are Tracking How You Type, Swipe and Tap
Biometrics are moving way beyond fingerprints: To fight fraud, companies are building databases on people’s behaviors and movements.

Your Workplace Isn’t Your Family (and That’s O.K.!)
It’s fine to have warm, supportive relationships with your co-workers. But remember the context.

Newsbook: Nearing Retirement? Here’s a Book to Help You Maximize Your Social Security Benefits
Plus, another that looks at the state of the economy and a satire that offers a wacky solution.

Trending: As Children Head Back to School, Getaway for Grown-Ups
Adults-only vacations appear to be growing in popularity. Here are a few ideas to get you started planning your child-free trip.

How to Be an Ace Salary Negotiator (Even if You Hate Conflict)
Here’s how to fight for a better salary when you loathe uncomfortable conversations.

Sambal, a Pungent Reminder of Home and Hardship
There are more than 300 varieties of the spicy chile paste, born in Southeast Asian villages and passed down through generations.

Lens: Finding Brotherhood in the Boxing Ring
Larry Fink’s photos of sweat-stained boxing rings around America revealed intimate moments between fighters, referees and trainers.

Skin Deep: What Is an Essence and Why Is It More Important Than Moisturizer?
How this watery fluid became an essential skin care product.

Fiction: ‘A Terrible Country’That’s Impossible Not to Love
The young Russian-American protagonist of Keith Gessen’s new novel returns to the country of his birth and discovers both misery and magic.

On the Verge: The Musician Making Love Songs for London Club Kids
Ahead of the release of her first full-length album, Tirzah Mastin talks about her open-ended process, motherhood and studying the harp.

The New Health Care: The Large Hidden Costs of Medicare’s Prescription Drug Program
Premiums have risen very little in the years since Medicare Part D was introduced. But the same cannot be said of the burden on taxpayers.

Personal Health: An Underappreciated Key to College Success: Sleep
Many college-bound students start out with dreadful sleep habits that are likely to get worse once the rigorous demands of courses and competing social and athletic activities kick in.

Touching the Sun
NASA’s Parker Solar Probe will fly through the punishing heat of the sun’s outer atmosphere.

The Checkup: How to Minimize Repetitive Stress Injuries From Carrying a Baby
The early months as a baby grows can be hard on a parent’s muscles, because none of that “weight lifting”is guided by the strengthening —or the safety —of the parent.

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