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Compiled: June 4, 2015 8:33 PM
Taking NoteReaders Respond: On 'Let's Do Some Railing'
By MARIE TESSIER
Readers brought an international perspective to conversation about the fatal Amtrak derailment earlier this month.
Hastert Case Is Said to Be Linked to Decades-Old Sexual Abuse
By MICHAEL D. SHEAR and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT
Two people briefed on an F.B.I. investigation of J. Dennis Hastert, the former House speaker, said the payments were hush money to conceal misconduct during his years as a teacher.
Families Press for Changes in Policy on Hostages
By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS
A White House-ordered review is expected to produce recommendations such as a new interdepartmental "fusion cell" for recovering American captives, but not a shift in the government's stance against ransom payments.
By ROD NORDLAND
As the United States pressed Qatar for a six-month travel ban for the former Guantánamo detainees exchanged for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, no countries appeared eager to let them in.
By PETER BAKER
While many in George W. Bush's circle are enthusiastic, many of those who worked for him have not rushed to join his brother's emerging 2016 operation.
Religious Leaders Urge U.S. to Fund Abortions for Rape Victims in Conflicts Abroad
By MICHAEL D. SHEAR
A coalition of religious and human rights leaders demanded the aid for girls and women raped by fighters for groups like the Islamic State and Boko Haram.