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FROM THE PAGES OF Midnight in New York

MONDAY, JULY 17, 2017 FROM THE PAGES OF © 2017 The New York Times
A Scion Turned Darker Before Killings AS DOUBTS GROW,

BENSALEM, Pa. — Women tion. Kratz also confessed. meo School, a private elementary TOP REPUBLICANS
blocked him on social media be- Prosecutors said DiNardo school in Bensalem, at the same
cause he aggressively stalked lured the victims to a family farm time as Cosmo DiNardo remem- VOW HEALTH VOTE
them for dates and sex. in northern Bucks County, and bers him as “a normal boy who just
A university banned him from with Kratz, shot them, ran one got into minor trouble.” She said
campus after he dropped out but of them over with a backhoe and he was once given the “Peacemak-
returned to harass others. burned three of the bodies. er of the Month” award. By eighth WASHINGTON — A top Senate
He bragged about seeing peo- Chris Hellmuth, who people in grade, he was bench-pressing 220 Republican vowed on Sunday to
ple killed and posed, bare-chest- DiNardo’s orbit said was close to pounds and orchestrating well-at- bring the party’s health care bill to a
ed and crazy-eyed, aiming a re- him, wrote in a Facebook post on tended pool parties at his home. vote as soon as possible, even as de-
volver. The police are investigat- Saturday that the two were best But there was also a dark side. tractors said they would use a delay
ing his claim that, at 15, he killed friends since fourth grade, but At 15, he punched two strangers caused by the absence of Sen. John
two people in Philadelphia. grew apart because of DiNardo’s when he saw them talking to his McCain to mobilize further opposi-
In his 20 years, Cosmo DiNardo behavior after his ATV accident. girlfriend, a friend said. “Cosmo tion to the measure. [Page 3]
has always loomed large — an heir DiNardo was briefly hospitalized was crazy,” said Amber Peters, 20, “I believe as soon as we have a full
to a real estate and construction for a mental health issue. whose boyfriend was once close to contingent of senators, that we’ll
fortune in suburban Philadelphia. “The Cosmo I knew for over 10 DiNardo. “He’s been talking about have that vote,” the No. 2 Senate Re-
To friends, he was flashy but giv- years would never be capable of killing people since he was 14.” publican, John Cornyn of Texas, said
ing, offering clothes, shoes and anything like this,” he wrote. Friends and acquaintances said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
cash to those from poorer families. DiNardo grew up in the middle DiNardo changed last year after But questions emerged Sunday
But the signs of a volatile, bully- class suburb of Bensalem, the he crashed a four-wheeler while over how long that might be. Mc-
ing personality became more pro- oldest child of Antonio and San- alone in the woods on the family Cain, 80, had a craniotomy — a pro-
nounced, especially after an ATV dra DiNardo. The father owns a farm 45 miles north of Philadel- cedure in which doctors create an
accident last year, until DiNardo concrete company, Metro Ready phia. According to some accounts, opening in the skull — on Friday to
veered into terrain far darker Mix and Supply, and inherited he was stranded for hours until his remove a blood clot from above his
than anyone could have imag- a lucrative real estate portfo- father and younger brother found left eye, and is recovering at home in
ined. On Thursday, he told the po- lio after the death of his father, him. Some friends said he sus- Arizona. A statement from his office
lice that he and a cousin, Sean M. for whom Cosmo DiNardo was tained a serious head injury. had indicated he would be recov-
Kratz, also 20, were responsible named. His mother runs a truck- A longtime friend who asked not ering just this week, but neurosur-
for the murders this month of four ing company, Bella Trucking. to be named said: “That incident geons not involved with his surgery
young men who sought DiNardo Sabrina Gramiak, 23, who said drove him over the edge. He was a said the recovery period for such a
out as their marijuana connec- she attended St. Charles Borro- more violent individual.” (NYT) procedure could be much longer.
Aides to the Senate majority leader,
She’s His Rock, but on Parole, He Can’t See Her Mitch McConnell, said it was unclear
how long the delay would last. The
more the vote is delayed, the more
HARTFORD, Conn. — During “She’s my The New York Times followed likely the bill is to fail, supporters and
Erroll Brantley Jr.’s nearly two best friend. newly released prisoners as they opponents say. Moreover, the Senate
years in prison, his girlfriend, She’s my sup- tried to find homes and jobs, re- schedule will soon be packed with
Katherine Eaton, visited him port system,” connect with loved ones and avoid other legislation, like an increase in
three times a week. She wrote Brantley said. temptation, sometimes discover- the statutory limit on federal borrow-
him letters and spent hundreds “She’s my ing that the system created to help ing and spending bills for the fiscal
of dollars on phone calls, during rock.” them can also hold them back. year that starts Oct. 1.
which the couple spoke of their But when Even in Connecticut, which has The Senate has struggled to pass a
longing to be back together in her Erroll Br antley come to be seen as a model, parol- health care bill. Several Republican
three-bedroom house. Amid the Brantley Jr. walked into ees face obstacles that can seem senators have expressed reserva-
I love yous and I miss yous, she the parole of- blind to individual circumstances tions or opposition, and even with
promised to help him stay off her- fice with Ea- — Brantley could be forbidden to McCain, its fate is uncertain. Without
oin and readjust to life outside. ton, he went a step too far. His see Eaton until May 2019. Still, a him, Republicans are certain not to
But when Brantley was re- parole officer, Mark Pawlich, parolee’s misstep can make the have the votes to take up the bill.
leased on parole, he got some bad strapped an ankle monitor on him most unforgiving restrictions Critics of the bill said Sunday that,
news: He would not be allowed to and sent him to a halfway house. suddenly seem justified. given the additional time, Senate
live with his beloved Katherine. “The state,” Brantley protested, To Pawlich, seeing Brantley committees should hold hearings to
Or see her. Or even call her. “has broken us up.” and Eaton embrace in the parole solicit input from the public.
At first, Brantley, a chef by Parole officers have enormous office lobby was a final straw that “We should not be making funda-
trade, shrugged off the no-con- power to dictate whom parolees pushed him from tough love to fu- mental changes in a vital safety net
tact rule. His first day out, he can see, where they can go, and ry. Brantley had already racked program that’s been on the books
went to Eaton’s house, where whether they are allowed to do up several violations. for 50 years, the Medicaid program,
she had stocked the fridge with perfectly legal things like have “He’s giving me every reason without having a single hearing to
shallots and jalapeños. The cou- a beer. Breaking those rules can to lock him up, and I’m still work- evaluate what the consequences
ple went hiking in the woods and land a parolee back in jail — the ing with him,” Pawlich said, using are going to be,” Sen. Susan Collins,
shopping at Marshalls. They decision is up to the parole officer. salty language. “I’ve got 65 cases R-Me., said on CNN’s “State of the
cooked Thanksgiving dinner. For over a year, “Frontline” and and one flaming” jerk. (NYT) Union.” ROBERT PEAR


In Brief Qatar Opens Its Doors to All to Dismay of Some

DOHA, Qatar — Take a drive
Venezuelan Voters Could in Doha, leaving behind the mir- Sheik Yusuf
Weaken Their President rored skyscrapers and palm- al-Qaradawi
is a prominent
Throngs of Venezuelans fringed avenues of this gas-rich booster for
showed up at polling stations at city, and the protagonists of myri- the Muslim
home and abroad on Sunday for ad conflicts are in easy reach. Brotherhood,
a vote unlike any other in this In one western district, near
nation’s history. They cast ballots the campuses hosting branches banned in
with three yes-or-no questions of American universities, Taliban Egypt, and
that were drafted with the aim officials and their families can be once had an
of weakening President Nicolás found window-shopping in the influential
Maduro’s legitimacy as he sets malls or ordering takeout meals show on Al
out to convene a constituent from a popular Afghan eatery. Jazeera.
assembly this month that oppo- A few miles away at a United KARIM JAAFAR/AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE — GETTY IMAGES
nents see as a power grab. The States military base with 9,000
exercise was organized by a slate American personnel, warplanes echoes of Vienna in the Cold War, fruitless shuttle diplomacy in the
of opposition parties that domi- take off to bomb the Islamic State or a Gulf version of the fictional pi- region. The foreign ministers of
nate the National Assembly. Or- in Iraq and Syria, and sometimes rate bar in the “Star Wars” movies. Germany, France and Britain have
ganizers hope a large turnout and the Taliban in Afghanistan. Yet that welcome-all attitude is also intervened, without success.
a lopsided result will widen rifts Officials from Hamas, a Pales- what has angered Qatar’s much What infuriates the Saudis, Emi-
within the governing party and tinian militant group, work from a larger neighbors and plunged the ratis, Egyptians and Bahrainis
deepen the government’s inter- villa near the British embassy. Middle East into one of its most most of all is that Doha has provid-
national isolation, undermining And an Egyptian cleric, a fugi- dramatic diplomatic showdowns. ed shelter to Islamist dissidents
Maduro’s plan to have a constitu- tive from Cairo, is a popular fixture For over a month, four Arab coun- from their countries — and given
ent assembly of supporters draft on the city’s swank social scene, tries have imposed an air, sea and them a voice on the Qatar-owned
a new Constitution. (NYT) and was spotted at a wedding by land blockade against Qatar. television station, Al Jazeera.
an American diplomat who was at- The blockading nations, Saudi The Egyptian cleric seen at a
tending the same celebration. Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab wedding, Sheik Yusuf al-Qaradawi,
Fire Claims 22 in China This is the atmosphere of in- Emirates and Bahrain, insist Qa- is a booster for the Muslim Broth-
At least 22 people died in a trigue and opulence for which the tar is using an open-door policy to erhood, and once had a show on
blaze that gutted a two-story capital of Qatar, a dust-blown back- destabilize its neighbors. They say Al Jazeera, in which he dispensed
workers’ dormitory in eastern water until a few decades ago, has Doha is bankrolling terrorism. teachings on matters from suicide
China on Sunday, and investiga- become known as the great free- But the blockade is not working, bombings to personal sexuality.
tors suspect the fire was the work wheeling hub of the Middle East. and the crisis looks set to worsen. “We have the ‘children bomb,’
of an arsonist who used gasoline, Doha has become home to an Secretary of State Rex W. Tiller- and these human bombs must con-
according to local news reports. exotic array of fighters, financiers son flew back to Washington on tinue until liberation,” he told his
Police officers arrested a suspect and ideologues, a neutral city with Thursday after days of apparently audience in 2002. DECLAN WALSH
in Yushan Town, Jiangsu Prov-
ince, Chinese Central Television Developer Seen as Kremlin’s Conduit to Trump
news reported. But the report
gave no motive for the fire, which
broke out around 4:30 a.m. in a MOSCOW — Russian Island, ringing Mos- tion, but is part of Russia and its
house serving as a dormitory for near the port city of Vladivostok cow; two trou- government’s support for Trump
restaurant workers. (NYT) in the far east, was a decaying bled stadiums — helped along by Aras and Em-
former military base and home to for the 2018 in,” wrote Rob Goldstone, a publi-
Bus Crash Kills Pilgrims cattle when President Vladimir World Cup, in- cist working for Emin.
V. Putin suddenly envisioned it
cluding one in a
While there is no indication be-
At least 17 Hindu pilgrims as a $1.2 billion campus where he swamp. yond what was said in the emails
died on Sunday in Kashmir, in could welcome heads of state for Agalarov, 61, that the Agalarovs were serving
northern India, when their bus an Asia-Pacific conference. Aras also worked on as a conduit between the Kremlin
plummeted 100 feet down a That sent Kremlin officials Agalarov a project with and the Trump campaign, wealthy
gorge, coming to rest in a boul- scrambling to find a developer to a future presi- and well-connected businessmen
der-strewn stream, the police transform a site lacking fresh wa- dent, Donald J. are often called on to do the bid-
said. The pilgrims were on their ter, a pier or roads. They rejected Trump. Last week, the developer ding of the Russian government.
way to the Amarnath cave in numerous bids before one of them and his crooner son and heir, Em- In that context, analysts find it
Kashmir, where ice forms a col- took a flier on a man known most- in, were thrust into the speculation plausible that the Kremlin would
umn considered to be a symbol ly for his shopping malls: Aras about whether the Trump cam- tap Agalarov, a construction ty-
of the Hindu god Shiva. The bus Agalarov of the Crocus Group. paign colluded with the Kremlin to coon with a web of contacts to
carrying the pilgrims slid off the A little over three years later, in influence the 2016 election. Trump, as a way to pass informa-
road as it rounded a narrow bend 2012, Putin opened the spectacular Their names popped up in tion to the presidential campaign.
and began to roll, according to Far Eastern Federal University, 70 emails about arranging a meeting “In a sense, almost no one is a
local news reports. Sixteen peo- modern buildings built in a cres- with Donald Trump Jr. and a Rus- direct agent of the Kremlin, but
ple were killed at the scene, and cent overlooking the Pacific Ocean. sian lawyer who claimed to have almost anyone can become one if
another died after being taken Not long after, Putin pinned a incriminating information about the need arises,” said Ekaterina
to a hospital, the police said. An- blue-ribboned state medal, the Hillary Clinton, but the president Schulmann, a political scientist
other 28 people on the bus were Order of Honor, on Agalarov’s and his son have both insisted that at the Russian Presidential Acad-
hospitalized, many of them with chest. Soon, a string of demand- nothing of value was provided. emy of National Economy and
serious injuries, according to a ing, more prominent projects fol- “This is obviously very Public Administration.
police statement. (NYT) lowed: a stretch of superhighway high-level and sensitive informa- NEIL MacFARQUHAR


An Exodus From Historic Puerto Rican Town In Brief

LARES, Puerto Rico — This foreclosure on their homes, can- were being controlled by a fiscal
mountain town, renowned for its not find jobs and take off for the board in New York are now run Trump Goes on Attack
rich coffee, peculiar ice cream and mainland United States. by a bankruptcy judge there. The
a historic rebellion, now has a far “It’s nurses, teachers, doctors, largest government default in As Scandal Takes a Toll
less welcome distinction. firefighters. The dentist left,” said United States history came after a President Trump unleashed
On an island where about Elvin Cuevas, who manages the decade-long economic downturn a new fusillade of tweets on
400,000 people have moved away Lares Department Store. “The that left Lares with a 22.7 percent Sunday morning, defending his
since the 2000 census, Lares lost two police officers who for years unemployment rate. son Donald Trump Jr., slashing
the highest percentage of its res- guarded that corner right there are Puerto Rico was once the the news media and tarring his
idents — almost a quarter of its in Texas. One day, they were gone.” sixth-largest producer of coffee in long-vanquished opponent, Hil-
population since the census. The Lares’s decline, following the the world; Lares’s beans were so lary Clinton. “HillaryClinton can
downtown plaza that marks the long descent of its agricultural special that they were directed to illegally get the questions to the
route that rebels took in 1868 to economy, could be a harbinger for the Vatican. But a long period of Debate & delete 33,000 emails
wrestle free from Spain’s colonial Puerto Rico as it braces for the re- economic decay shuttered farms, but my son Don is being scorned
grasp is surrounded by aban- verberations of its economic mo- making Lares one of the island’s by the Fake News media?” he
doned storefronts. Handwritten rass. A few thousand Puerto Rican poorest municipalities. tweeted shortly before 7 a.m. For-
signs offering battered buildings teachers could be losing their jobs The average wage in Lares is ty minutes later, he posted, “With
for rent or sale have become the this fall when the government just $323 a week, according to the all of its phony unnamed sources
hallmark of a city struggling to closes 167 schools, four of them in Bureau of Labor. Two years ago, & highly slanted & even fraud-
keep pace with the exodus. Lares. Pensioners are bracing for Lares had one of the lowest medi- ulent reporting, #Fake News is
Even Heladeria Lares, the cel- pay cuts, while the sales tax has an incomes on the island: $11,353. DISTORTING DEMOCRACY in
ebrated ice cream parlor where risen to 11.5 percent. Businesses “The people who leave come our country.” The top Democrats
tourists and locals alike once lined are struggling to remain open. back and tell everyone how hard investigating Russian meddling
up to savor frozen treats with ec- Puerto Rico is in the midst of a it is in Orlando, that you can’t sur- in the 2016 election said that
centric flavors like rice and pigeon financial collapse. The govern- vive there without three jobs,” emails that Trump Jr. sent about
peas, garlic and codfish, has had ment is unable to pay $123 billion Cuevas said. “The difference is the meeting appeared to confirm
a 30 percent drop in business this in debt and pension obligations that over there you find the three that members of the Trump cam-
year, as an increasing number of and recently declared a form of jobs. Here, you find zero job.” paign had intended to cooperate
the town’s 26,000 residents face bankruptcy. Island affairs that FRANCES ROBLES with Russian officials. (NYT)
Flash Floods in Arizona Kill at Least Nine Wedding Set for Eclipse

An astronomy buff and her
At least nine people were killed Sgt. David Hornung, a spokes- He said that most of the group was fiancé want to make sure nothing
and one person was still missing man for the Sheriff’s Office, said from the Phoenix area, which, eclipses their Missouri wedding
on Sunday after flash flooding three bodies were recovered on along with the rest of southern ceremony. Samantha Adams told
interrupted a family gathering in Saturday, and five more were Arizona, has experienced inordi- The Kansas City Star that her
central Arizona over the weekend. found on Sunday. At least two of nately hot temperatures. longtime fascination with the
The Gila County Sheriff’s Office the victims were children, he said. The swimming hole, Cold stars prompted her to schedule
said on Sunday that it had recov- Four other people were taken Springs, is part of the Verde Riv- the ceremony for 12:30 p.m. on
ered nine bodies near a swimming to hospitals on Saturday, he said, er system, which winds through Aug. 21 — during an extremely
hole close to Payson, Ariz., a small after the Sheriff’s Office received nearby canyons. Hornung char- rare total solar eclipse. “I couldn’t
town about 90 miles northeast an emergency call around 3 p.m. acterized the river system as think of a more dreamlike wed-
of Phoenix. The department’s The victims were enjoying “fairly rugged” and said that it ding for myself,” said Adams,
search and rescue operation con- the relatively cool temperatures was “swim at your own risk.” But 28, who has a tattoo of the space
tinued on Sunday, with assistance north of Payson on a day trip, Hor- he also said that despite previous probe Voyager. (AP)
from the Arizona Department of nung said, adding that the area is flash floods, it remained popular.
Public Safety as well as from the a popular getaway for people from The storm hit on Saturday, the Church Buys Ghost Town
Whispering Pines Fire Depart- southern Arizona. He referred to first day of the region’s monsoon
ment, the United States Forest the gathering as a “family group,” season, which lasts from mid-July Over two decades, one prospec-
Service and Tonto Rim Search and though he said that some mem- through September. tive buyer after another passed
Rescue, a volunteer search group. bers of the party were not related. JONAH ENGEL BROMWICH over the abandoned village in the
Connecticut countryside near
McCain’s Surgery May Be More Serious Than Thought East Haddam. There were re-
quirements to preserve its histor-
ical character and problems with
The condition for which Sen. Saturday had suggested that he A craniotomy is an opening of the septic system, not to mention
John McCain had surgery on Fri- would be in Arizona recovering for the skull, and an eyebrow incision rumors that it was haunted. So
day may be more serious than ini- just this week, but neurosurgeons would be used to reach a clot in or when a Filipino church came for-
tial descriptions have implied, and interviewed said the typical recov- near the left frontal lobes of the ward and bought the deteriorat-
it may delay his return to Wash- ery period could be longer. brain, neurosurgeons who were ing collection of Victorian-style
ington by at least a week or two, The statement from McCain’s not involved in McCain’s care said. buildings last week, local officials
medical experts said on Sunday. office said a two-inch blood clot A statement from the Mayo were elated the village would
The Senate majority leader, was removed from “above his left Clinic Hospital said that McCain be saved from rotting away. An
Mitch McConnell, has announced eye” during a “minimally invasive was recovering well and in good official with the church, Iglesia
that votes on a bill to dismantle the craniotomy with an eyebrow inci- spirits at home, and that tissue pa- Ni Cristo, says it is not daunted
Affordable Care Act will not begin sion” at the Mayo Clinic Hospital thology reports would come back because it has a history of repur-
until McCain’s return. A statement in Phoenix, “following a routine in several days. DENISE GRADY posing shuttered buildings for its
released by McCain’s office on annual physical.” and ROBERT PEAR fast-growing membership. (AP)


The Advice is Custom; Back Office Is Shared In Brief

When it comes to traditional pendent and conflict-free advice has been propelled by its adviser
financial advisers, Josh Brown by relying on technology. segment, which offers custodial White House Planning
of Ritholtz Wealth Management With over $4 trillion in assets, services to registered investment ‘Made in America’ Week
does not quite play to type. registered investment advisers advisers and access to the Schwab
Instead of schmoozing with cli- are posing a threat to the old mod- mutual fund supermarket. Plagued by daily revelations
ents over lunch, Brown brings in el of huddling with brokers from Of the $2.9 trillion in assets that related to the escalating Russia
business via tweets and posts on Merrill Lynch or Morgan Stanley Schwab oversees, $1.3 trillion investigations, the White House
his blog, The Reformed Broker, and following their advice, for a comes from financial advisers, up is dubbing the coming week
which he generates from office hefty fee, usually, on which stocks, from $863 billion in 2012. The rest “Made in America week” as it
space in Midtown Manhattan. bonds or mutual funds to buy. belongs to individual investors. tries to focus on issues that mat-
As for his back office — the law- Able to farm out back-office and Over 7,500 registered invest- ter to the president’s base. Speak-
yers and compliance profession- custodial responsibilities to firms ment advisers use Schwab to park ing to reporters at a hotel near
als that are the backbone of finan- like Schwab, TD Ameritrade and assets, giving it, according to its President Trump’s golf course
cial firms — it, too, is virtual. Just Fidelity, brokers are leaving top calculation, a 29 percent market in Bedminster, N.J., the White
a click connects a Ritholtz adviser Wall Street houses to establish share and putting it far ahead of House director of media affairs,
to Charles Schwab or TD Ameri- their own independent shops. competitors TD Ameritrade, Fi- Helen Aguirre Ferre, said Sunday
trade, where operations experts “People are now saying, ‘With delity and Bank of New York Mel- the White House will be hosting a
track the $532 million in client as- Schwab or TD Ameritrade I can do lon’s Pershing subsidiary. “Made in America” product show-
sets managed by Ritholtz Wealth, this myself,’ ” said Julie Cooling, “Schwab put us in business case Monday featuring products
an independent financial adviser. the chief executive of R.I.A. Chan- when they developed their plat- from all 50 states. Trump is also
Much as Amazon has disrupted nel, a firm that tracks the growth form,” said Harold Evensky, a fi- expected to issue a proclamation
the retail industry by revolution- of registered investment advisers. nancial adviser who writes books Wednesday on the importance
izing shopping habits, Schwab Founded on the principle of pro- and gives speeches on the merits of making goods in America, and
and firms like it have empowered viding low-cost stock trades to in- of independent investment ad- will travel to Virginia on Satur-
wealth advisers who offer inde- vestors, Charles Schwab’s growth vice. LANDON THOMAS Jr. day for the commissioning of the
U.S.S. Gerald R. Ford, a new air-
Disney Vows to Give Epcot a Long-Overdue Facelift craft carrier. (AP)
Arrests in Meat Scam
LOS ANGELES — Disney’s less, relevant, family friendly.” $1 billion in projects unrelated to
third-oldest theme park, Epcot, He made it official on Saturday, Epcot. A version of the “Tron”-in- The authorities have arrested
is overdue for a serious sprucing announcing Disney’s ambitious spired roller coaster that has been at least 66 people in a European
up. And the company is finally Epcot plans at D23 Expo, a bien- a hit at Shanghai Disneyland is food scam that sold horse meat
ready to write the check, even as nial convention for fans at the Dis- coming to the Magic Kingdom at unfit for human consumption.
it continues to pour money into neyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif. Disney World. Also coming will be The European Union police agen-
upgrades at other parks. A major new ride — themed to a luxury hotel designed to make cy Europol announced Sunday
Bob Chapek, the chairman of “Guardians of the Galaxy,” the hit guests feel as if they are on a “Star that eight nations cooperated in
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Marvel movie series — is planned Wars” starship. A ride called Mick- the operation. In Spain, 65 people
hinted last November that chang- for Epcot’s front section, where ey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway face a series of charges relating to
es were coming to Epcot, which a simulator attraction, Mission: will replace the Great Movie Ride, public health, money laundering
sprawls across 300 acres as part Space, will be updated and expand- which is at another Disney World and animal abuse. The operation
of the four-park Disney World ed. A ride based on the Pixar film park, Hollywood Studios. took several months and the chief
complex near Orlando, Fla. At an “Ratatouille” will be added to the “This is not going to be a small suspect, a Dutch businessman,
event for Disney fans, Chapek World Showcase area. And Epcot attraction,” Kevin Rafferty, a Dis- was arrested in Belgium in April.
said the 35-year-old Epcot, known will serve as a stop for a new gon- ney ride designer, told the crowd Spain’s Civil Guard said the crim-
for the giant golf-ball-looking dola system called Disney Skyliner of the Mickey Mouse offering. “It’s inal ring acquired horses in Spain
sphere at its entrance, would one connecting hotels and parks. going to be game-changing.” and Portugal that were “in poor
day become “more Disney, time- Chapek also announced over BROOKS BARNES shape or old.” (AP)
Welcome to Manhood, Gillette Told an Alabama Woman, 50

A 50-year-old professor and Alabama professor, who has three sent to the wrong people. Kody Meyer, a 19-year-old
mother in Tuscaloosa, Ala. A daughters. When she saw the A quick check of social media student in Toledo, Iowa, said she
19-year-old woman in Toledo, Io- package was meant for her, she turned up people posting photos received an erroneous birthday
wa. A 48-year-old man in Seattle. said she thought it was “hilarious.” of the Gillette giveaway, with razor in June, the second year in
All received free men’s razors “Clearly, they have some bad good-natured comments wonder- a row that has happened. She be-
from Gillette, along with wishes algorithms or data set where ing why they had received it. lieves her name to be the culprit.
Advertising for a happy 18th they’ve misidentified someone in Gillette declined to disclose the “I kind of understand because
birthday and a my household as a teenage boy.” data sources it uses to identify Kody isn’t exactly the most fem-
welcome to manhood, an amusing Gillette, which is owned by potential customers, though it inine name and I’ve had a lot of
marketing misfire that left them Procter & Gamble, has mailed says online that it may use sign- miscommunications, like being
wondering what led the brand to razors to young men for their 18th ups on its websites and opt-ins invited to a lot of football camps,”
believe they were teenage boys. birthdays since the 1990s. It will from retailers, as well as other said Meyer, who informed the
“It came with a little booklet send out more than two million “commercially available sources” brand about its mistake on Twit-
that says, ‘Your first shave won’t razors this year. But the free ra- like magazine subscriptions. That ter on June 30. Still, she added,
make you a man but your first zors — and the “welcome to man- could also include lists from data “It’s not bad as far as promotions
real shave will get you pretty darn hood” messages that accompany brokers, which harvest data from go — it is a really nice razor.”
close,’ ” said Jennifer Greer, the them — can be bemusing when a variety of places and sell it. SAPNA MAHESHWARI


In Urban China, Cash Is Hardly Used Anymore Dismissal of Wells

Fargo Case Upheld
SHANGHAI — There is an au- ca’s $112 billion market, according
dacious economic experiment to consulting firm iResearch.
happening in China. Even so, the cultural shift was By S.E.C. Enforcer
It has nothing to do with debt, graspable only in person. I re-
infrastructure spending or the cently moved to Shanghai and The Securities and Exchange
other economic topics du jour. It felt the change with cash acutely Commission has affirmed the dis-
has to do with cash — specifically, because my first few weeks in the missal of an administrative case
how China is doing away with pa- metropolis of more than 20 million against a former Wells Fargo trad-
per money and coins. were spent cut out of the system. er after two commissioners split
Almost everyone in major Chi- Because of an issue with my bank, on whether the evidence proved
nese cities is using a smartphone I couldn’t immediately link my he engaged in insider trading.
to pay for just about everything. account to WeChat, which has be- The ruling came in an appeal
At restaurants, a waiter will ask if come a virtual wallet for so many. by the S.E.C.’s enforcement di-
you want to use WeChat or Alipay I had to navigate China the way vision of an administrative law
— the two smartphone payment YUYANG LIU FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES I would have three years ago: judge’s 2015 ruling dismissing the
options — before bringing up cash The growth of smartphone with red 100-renminbi notes. case against the former analyst,
as a third, remote possibility. At coffee shops and restaurants, Joseph C. Ruggieri, who was ac-
Just as startling is how quickly payments is making cash I held up lines as I fumbled out my cused of trading on tips supplied
the transition has happened. On- virtually obsolete. wallet and peeled off the bills to by a Wells Fargo analyst.
ly three years ago, everyone was give the cashier. It was a rare loss for the enforce-
still using cash. If I had to get somewhere, I ment division in a case pursued
“From a tech standpoint, this is WeChat is for everyday life until couldn’t use my phone to unlock through an internal administra-
probably one of the single most im- the sixth person of the day asks to one of the bicycles that are a part tive proceeding. Critics call such
portant innovations that has hap- scan your QR code — a sort of bar of China’s bike-sharing craze. fast-tracked proceedings unfair
pened first in China, and at the mo- code — to connect the two of you. Even the buskers were appar- to defendants, some of whom have
ment it’s only in China,” said Rich- What’s happening with cash ently ahead of me. Enterprising challenged the system in court.
ard Lim, managing director of the in China is similar. For the past musicians playing on the streets Silvia L. Serpe, a lawyer for
venture capital firm GSR Ventures. three years, I have been outside of a number of Chinese cities have Ruggieri at the law firm Serpe
There are certain parts of the mainland China covering Asian put up boards with QR codes so Ryan, said in a statement on Sat-
Chinese internet that have to be technology from Hong Kong, that passers-by can simply trans- urday that his lawyers told the
seen to be believed. Coming from which has a different internet cul- fer them tips directly. enforcement division three years
outside the country, it’s hard to ture from the mainland. I knew “It has become the default way ago that it was “way off the mark
comprehend that Facebook or that smartphone payments were of life now,” said Shiv Putcha, an charging Mr. Ruggieri.”
Google can be completely blocked taking over in China, as the statis- analyst with the research firm “Now, for the second time on
until you are forced to do with- tics were stark: In 2016, China’s IDC. “Literally every business their home turf, the commission
out them. It’s tough to fathom mobile payments hit $5.5 trillion, and brand in China is plugged into has agreed with us,” she said.
how critical the messenger app roughly 50 times the size of Ameri- this ecosystem.” PAUL MOZUR The S.E.C. did not respond to a
request for comment.
Bees? Pot? Going Behind Velvet Ropes at Facebook gieri, a health care stock trader at
The S.E.C. asserted that Rug-
Wells Fargo in New York, traded
Recently, I’ve gotten to know my real-life interests (Home presumably, would spend more in 2010 and 2011 on tips about six
beekeepers in Rhode Island, Cooks, Pitbull Fans) and groups time on the platform as a result). ratings changes made by Gregory
dental hygienists in New Jer- that have nothing to do with me Of course, Facebook can be T. Bolan Jr., the analyst, for compa-
sey and Wiccans in Tennessee. (Lyme Disease Group, Quilting abused. I also saw private groups nies that included Athenahealth
I’ve seen gardeners swapping for Beginners, Cannabis Growers that spread misinformation, and the Bruker Corporation.
fertilizer advice, Helping Cannabis Growers). harassed people and encouraged After a trial, Jason S. Patil, an
The ShifT flight attendants I lurked in these forums and, harmful behavior. administrative law judge, ruled
Kevin Roose complaining when possible, tried to interview Facebook’s product manager that the division had established
about annoying their moderators and members. for groups, Alex Deve, said he be- that Ruggieri traded on informa-
passengers and fishermen argu- This wasn’t just a stunt. Face- lieved private groups could still tion supplied by Bolan four times,
ing about which lures are best for book recently changed its cor- produce a diverse spectrum of which let Wells Fargo earn $75,000.
catching muskies. I now know porate mission to emphasize the opinions. “In groups, people have But he ruled that it had failed to
that there are hundreds of people role of private groups, and I want- one thing in common,” he said. “It prove that Bolan received anything
who love creating memes about ed to see what diving headfirst doesn’t always mean they have in exchange for the information.
“The Sopranos,” and thousands into the new Facebook could tell everything in common.” In the S.E.C.’s ruling, made on
who believe, with total convic- me about the company’s future. During my weeks of group im- Thursday, the two S.E.C. commis-
tion, that the Earth is flat. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s mersion, I saw intimate conver- sioners deciding the case dead-
All of this has been revealed to chief executive, who sits atop a sations that wouldn’t have hap- locked on whether Ruggieri had
me because, for the better part of $450 billion for-profit enterprise, pened out in the open, and I grew placed his trades while aware of
a month, I have immersed myself clearly sees a business oppor- to appreciate the need for these nonpublic information. Commis-
in the fascinating, enlightening tunity as well as a communi- smaller, cordoned-off areas — es- sioner Kara M. Stein, a Democrat,
and sometimes scary world of ty-building exercise. According to pecially if they can be patrolled said she thought the division had
private Facebook groups. I’ve the company, only 100 million of for signs of bad behavior. proved that Ruggieri did just that.
gotten access to scores of private Facebook’s two billion users be- Whether it’s Self-Taught Pro- Commissioner Michael S. Piwowar,
groups — more than 100 in all — long to what it calls “meaningful” grammers (25,809 members) or a Republican, disagreed. Jay Clay-
ranging in size from a handful of groups. That leaves 1.9 billion us- Kayak Newbies (9,910), perhaps ton, the S.E.C. chairman, did not
members to millions. I’ve joined ers who could be brought closer the marketplace of ideas could be participate. He took office after the
Facebook groups that represent together on Facebook (and who, improved with a few more walls. appeal was pending. (Reuters)

ARTS MONDAY, JULY 17, 2017 6

Migrants Using Art to Confront Their Past Ho Hum Sales

For ‘Apes’ Film
AMSTERDAM — In 2010, Latif
Mukasa, an artist and gay rights
activist from Uganda, was forced The artist LOS ANGELES — Euphoric
into hiding after his name and pho- reviews did not translate to block-
tograph were printed in a newspa- Jan Hoek, buster ticket sales for “War for the
per’s list of “Uganda’s 100 Top Ho- center, with Planet of the Apes,” which collect-
mos” with the words “Hang Them.” the asylum ed $56.5 million at North Ameri-
When a warrant was issued for seekers can theaters over the weekend, or
his arrest, he escaped. He made his Bacardi 22 percent less than initial results
way to the Netherlands, where he Zouberou, left, for its 2014 series predecessor.
was offered asylum-seeker hous- and Abdelaziz Directed by Matt Reeves, “War
ing — in a former prison complex. for the Planet of the Apes” may
Last week, Mukasa, 33, who Americani have struggled to convince mov-
is both an artist and a refugee, ILVY NJIOKIKTJIEN FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES Mamon. iegoers that it offered something
was guiding a group of visitors fresh. The studio’s marketing
through the Temporary Museum, in front of his painting, “The Gods Leefsma, who works as head images (monkeys on horseback
a pop-up exhibition inside the Bi- of Africa,” (2017) depicting a clow- of documentation for a museum with machine guns) were similar
jlmerbajes in Amsterdam, anoth- nesque figure hovering over stick in the Dutch city of Utrecht, read to ones used for the last install-
er former prison that is now a cen- figures. It is one of a half-dozen in one of the texts inside the cards: ment, “Dawn of the Planet of the
ter for asylum seekers, and where the installation “APKAR (Artist “My father is pregnant.” Apes.” By this point in the series
those who fled are presenting Previously Known as Refugee)” “What I found incredibly touch- (three films in six years) moviego-
works that help the public under- from 2017, all made by former ing was that he was an artist from ers have most likely grown more
stand their migrant experience. refugees and curated by the local Uganda who hadn’t been able to blasé about the visual effects.
The Temporary Museum, which Dutch artist Maze de Boer. work ever since his flight,” Leefs- In many ways, “War for the
opened on June 28 and will stay until Surprised that the tour guide ma said later. “It made me think Planet of the Apes” is a moody art
Jan. 1, aims to present new perspec- was also a painter,Saskia Leefs- about what it is to have no home.” film. Trailers played up the combat
tives on migrants, an effort to break ma, one of the visitors, asked, “Do Mukasa said he spent three scenes, but the film has relatively
the isolation newcomers often feel. you have a studio now?” years in a Utrecht facility that was little action, at least by summer
“This whole migrant situation Mukasa said this was the first very similar to the one at Bijlmer- “tent pole” standards. Whether the
— what they call a crisis — is for painting he’d made in a while be- bajes, sleeping on a bed just like disconnect had an effect on word of
me much more than an article in cause he had been suffering from the one in Al Solh’s installation. mouth is anyone’s guess.
a newspaper or an item on televi- post-traumatic stress disorder. Mukasa was finally granted res- “I think critics and audiences
sion,” said Nathalie Faber, direc- The guide continued on to the idency papers in the Netherlands, were exactly aligned — this is not
tor and curator of the Temporary next installation in the exhibition, and he has an apartment in Am- a gratuitous sequel,” Chris Aron-
Museum. “It’s all about people, a work called “The Maquette of sterdam. He said that being a tour son, 20th Century Fox’s president
and when you talk to people it’s Dreams,” by the Lebanese-born guide had given him a sense of pur- of domestic distribution, said
so completely different. We have artist Mounira Al Solh, a metal bed pose, but that it sometimes stirred by phone on Sunday. “What sets
learned so much from doing it topped with a mattress taken from up those ghosts from his past. ‘Apes’ apart from any other fran-
about how just to talk to each oth- an asylum-seeker’s bedroom. On “At first, it was kind of hard,” he chise is its linear storytelling — it’s
er and work with each other.” the wall were cards that visitors said. “But the more you do it, the truly episodic.” He noted that tick-
In a corner of a 4,300-square-foot could open to read about the mi- more the ghosts run away.” et buyers gave the film an A-minus
exhibition space, Mukasa stopped grants’ dreams — and nightmares. NINA SIEGAL in CinemaScore exit polls.
The third movie in any series
KenKen will face challenges, Aronson said,
“but I think we overcame.”
“War for the Planet of the Apes,”
Answers to Puzzles produced by Chernin Enter-
tainment, took in an additional
$46 million overseas. It cost Fox
roughly $150 million to make, not
including global marketing costs.
“Spider-Man: Homecoming”
(Sony) was second, taking in an
estimated $45.2 million, for a two-
week domestic total of $208.3 mil-
lion, according to comScore,
which compiles box office data.
“Despicable Me 3” (Universal)
chugged away in third place, col-
lecting $18.9 million for a three-
week total of about $188 million.
“Wonder Woman” (Warner
Bros.) collected $6.9 million, for
Fill the grid with digits so as not to repeat a digit in any row or column, and so that the digits within each a seven-week domestic total of
$380.7 million. It will soon pass
heavily outlined box will produce the target number shown, by using addition, subtraction, multiplication or “Harry Potter and the Deathly
division, as indicated in the box. A 4x4 grid will use the digits 1-4. A 6x6 grid will use 1-6.
Hallows: Part 2,” one of the big-
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Every Year, the Sky ‘Rains Fish.’ Explanations Vary.

YORO, Honduras — Things don’t come easy hundreds of small, silver-colored fish. Scientifically inclined residents posit that
in La Unión, a community near Yoro, a farm- For some, it is the only time of the year they the fish may dwell in subterranean streams or
ing town in north-central Honduras. will have a chance to eat seafood. caverns. These habitats overflow during big
Poverty is universal, jobs are scarce, large “It’s a miracle,” said Lucio Pérez, 45, a rainstorms, and the rising water flushes the
families are crammed into mud-brick homes, farmer who has lived in the community for 17 fish to ground level. Once the rain stops and
and meals often are little more than the crops years. “We see it as a blessing from God.” the flooding recedes, the fish are left stranded.
residents grow, mainly corn and beans. The phenomenon has happened in and Another theory is that water spouts suck
But every once in a while an amazing thing around the town for generations, residents the fish from nearby bodies of water — per-
happens. The skies, the people say, rain fish. say, from time to time shifting locations. It mi- haps even the Atlantic Ocean, 45 miles away
It happens during the late spring and early grated to La Unión about a decade ago. — and deposit them in Yoro.
summer. And only during a torrential down- Some residents attribute the occurrence Nobody has actually seen a fish fall from
pour, thunder and lightning, conditions so to the prayers of Manuel de Jesús Subirana, the sky, but residents say that is only because
intense that nobody dares to go outside. a Catholic missionary from Spain who in the nobody dares leave home during the kinds of
Once the storm clears, the villagers grab mid-1800s, asked God to help ease the Yoro powerful storms that bring the fish.
buckets and baskets and head to a sunken region’s hunger and poverty. Soon after, the The harvest becomes a communal affair for
pasture where the ground will be covered in legend goes, the fish rain began. La Unión’s 200 or so homes. Those who collect
the most redistribute their fish to families
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lect their share. Peddling is prohibited.
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9 ___ and cheese sheepskin boots 22 23 24
12 Swim meet 43 Ecstatic Yet, beyond the festival, there are no indica-
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Save the Census Trump’s Verbal Tics

I know that there are things of graver con-
An administration uninterested in staffing analysis by Terri Ann Lowenthal, a census ex- sequence in Donald Trump’s regime than his
federal agencies, at war with facts and eager to pert. So far, the Trump administration and Con- diction, but as a person whose vocation con-
help Congress cut the budget is further endan- gress are recommending an increase of about cerns him with language, I am simply appalled
gering a cornerstone of American democracy: one-tenth that amount, according to the Census by Trump’s savage mauling of that language.
the duty to count all who live here. Project, a nonpartisan census advocacy group. His usage is a way of reducing language to the
Every decade since 1790, as required by the The bureau hopes to bolster its door-to-door point that it is meaningless. As a result, truth be-
Constitution, the federal government has un- “clipboard” force by automating the force’s comes relative, if not altogether removed.
dertaken a census, the accuracy and fairness work and introducing online reporting. But Trump’s abuse of language has the power
of which serves the interests of both political there’s not much money to test whether the to degrade truth itself. Donald Trump Jr., in an
parties and of every citizen. The decennial approach works on the census: The bureau exchange with Fox News’s Sean Hannity last
count is used to apportion seats in the House of scrapped three field tests slated for this year, week, promised that what we knew at that time
Representatives and set the boundaries of con- and two more for next year, including tests was “everything” there was to know about the
gressional districts. It determines how tens of among rural people, who are traditionally one thickening intrigue of the Russia investigation.
billions of dollars in federal aid are divvied up. of the most seriously undercounted popula- Either there is a new definition of “every-
The Government Accountability Office put tions. There’s also less money to protect the thing” of which I’m unaware, or he is doing
the 2020 census on its list of high-risk projects online system from hacking of the kind that what the Trumps do: lie until there is no alter-
this year, because of uncertainty about its bud- crashed Australia’s online count last year. native but to tell the truth, and even then only
get and technology, and Americans’ increasing Trump’s repeated efforts to discredit voter reveal as much truth as circumstances compel.
distrust of government data collection. Then, registration data and government employ- I would submit that the Trumps lie in two
the Census Bureau’s director, John Thomp- ment numbers leave census officials worried ways: first, by directly and intentionally say-
son resigned in June. Trump has not named that a random tweet from him could discour- ing things they know well aren’t true, and
a replacement. The agency’s deputy director, age more people from participating. Census second, by obfuscating with linguistic obtuse-
Nancy Potok, an experienced statistician, left professionals worry that the administration’s ness, by overusing a nebulous relativism and
in January, and she has not been replaced. efforts to deport undocumented immigrants by spouting an excess of superlatives to stand
Responses to mail-in questionnaires — still could make them wary of providing informa- in for meaningful description and disclosure.
the chief data collection method — and door-to- tion about themselves and where they live. Let’s take Trump’s responses during a news
door interviews have been declining for years, The census begins on April 1, 2020, and it must conference with President Emmanuel Macron
a G.A.O. report said. The bureau — criticized in be completed in the summer for congressional of France last week. Trump has several verbal
the past by government watchdogs and Con- reapportionment and redistricting to occur. Any tics. One is that when he’s trying to flatter and
gress for cost overruns and management mis- failure would be immediately apparent — and it finagle, everything is beautiful: countries, cit-
steps — is strapped for cash in a critical prepa- would tar Republicans at the height of the 2020 ies, people, bills, even chocolate cake.
ration year. The bureau could need an increase primary campaign season. Perhaps that reality As The Washington Post pointed out last
of over $300 million to its $1.5 billion budget to will help inspire congressional leaders to sup- week: “Beautiful” is one of President Trump’s
install new technology and conduct a compre- port an accurate count, demonstrating to Amer- favorite words. He’s used it at least 1,500 times
hensive test in time for 2020, according to an icans that, even in the age of Trump, facts matter. on Twitter and in speeches since he began run-
ning for office, according to the database at
Smoking Marijuana While Black Factbase. He uses it indiscriminately, the way
a teenager might use ‘cool.’ ”
It is a device rather than a descriptor.
New York City was scaling back its stop-and- in public. Black and Latino communities have There was more: At the news conference
frisk program even before a federal judge ruled since borne the brunt of the enforcement policy. with Macron, Trump twice referred to the
in 2013 that the tactics underlying it violated Mayor Bill de Blasio put into place policies 39-year-old Trump Jr. (who is the same age as
the constitutional rights of minority citizens. that have reduced the number of people arrest- the Macron) as a “young man.” That’s a stretch,
It’s hard not to look at marijuana arrests today ed each year for trivial amounts of marijuana. but one used to make the Mini-Monster sound
without thinking of that saga. Although the city The administration is averaging about 20,000 more innocent than his emails suggest he is.
has reduced the number of arrests for low-level marijuana arrests per year, about half the aver- Trump complains about the media using
marijuana possession, black and Latino New age of the Bloomberg years. Still, a new analy- anonymous sources, but he himself is addicted
Yorkers are far more likely to be arrested for sis by Harry G. Levine, a sociology professor at to anonymous sourcing as demonstrated during
smoking in public than whites. Queens College, shows that African-Americans the press conference. Trump discussed the Rus-
These arrests have virtually no public safety and Latinos make up about half the population, sian lawyer who met with his son: “Somebody
benefit and can cause lasting damage to people but, as in decades past, they make up 85 percent said that her visa or her passport to come into
who often have had no other contact with the of those arrested for low-level offenses. the country was approved by Attorney General
criminal justice system. Charges are typically Supporters of “zero tolerance” policing say Lynch. Now, maybe that’s wrong. I just heard
dismissed if people stay out of trouble for a year, that low-level arrests act as a net to scoop up that a little while ago. But a little surprised to
but in that period, they can be denied jobs, hous- more serious offenders. But as the study said: hear that. So she was here because of Lynch.”
ing and entry into the armed services. “The young people arrested for marijuana pos- Who is “somebody”? Why are you repeating
The city needs to do more to minimize arrests. session are ordinary high school and college stu- something at a press conference with another
District attorneys can take the lead by refusing dents and young workers, the latter sometimes head of state in another country that you free-
to prosecute most, if not all, of these cases. building families. They are not career criminals.” ly admit may be wrong? And if you admit that it
Opposition to marijuana arrests surfaced in The state missed an opportunity to fix this may be wrong, how can you state declaratively
the 1970s, when affluent families complained problem five years ago when a bill that would that “she was here because of Lynch?”
to lawmakers after seeing the future careers have made public display of marijuana an of- Listening to Trump speak is a dizzying expe-
of their children ruined by petty marijuana ar- fense similar to a traffic violation — rather than rience for anyone interested in candor, clarity
rests. The Legislature subsequently barred the a crime — died in the Legislature. Until lawmak- or concision. It’s as if he puts language through
police from arresting people for tiny amounts of ers act, it’s up to the city’s criminal justice sys- a meat grinder and what emerges is nearly un-
the drug, unless it was being smoked or shown tem to bring fairness and sanity to these cases. recognizable, in comprehension or certitude.


Federer Wins Record-Breaking Eighth Title In Brief

WIMBLEDON, England — He also became the first man since pain. His tears, he said, were from Yankees Blank Red Sox
When Roger Federer and his Bjorn Borg in 1976 to win Wimble- frustration, not pain.
growing family embarked on a don without dropping a set. After a delay, he eventually re- C. C. Sabathia allowed two hits
new tennis season in 2017 after “The tournament I played, not took the court, receiving a roar over six innings, and Didi Grego-
his six-month injury layoff, the big dropping a set, it’s magical really,” of support from the Centre Court rius hit a solo home run around
goal was winning Wimbledon. Federer said in the postmatch cer- crowd. He managed to hold serve the Pesky Pole as the Yankees
Check. emony with the trophy in his hands. with an acrobatic backhand won the opener of a day-night
It has been that sort of tour- Cilic, seeded No. 7, beat Federer half-volley drop shot winner to doubleheader, 3-0. Boston strand-
de-force season for Federer, the in straight sets in the semifinals of stop Federer’s streak of consecu- ed 10 runners and went 0 for 11
35-year-old Swiss maestro who the United States Open on his way tive games, but there was no halt- with runners in scoring position,
might not yet have regained the to the title. He had three match ing Federer’s momentum. leaving the Red Sox 2 for 31 RISP
No. 1 ranking but is atop the sport points against Federer in the Federer took control for good by in the series. Rick Porcello (4-12)
on every surface except clay. quarterfinals at Wimbledon last breaking Cilic’s serve in the sev- gave up three runs — one earned
On Sunday, he won his eighth year before Federer prevailed. enth game. Federer, who did not — and nine hits in six innings for
Wimbledon singles championship A hard-fought, close match in lose his serve in the match, even- the Red Sox. (AP)
and 19th Grand Slam singles title this final would have been no sur- tually closed out his eighth victory
by defeating Marin Cilic in straight prise. Instead, it turned into a rout at Wimbledon with an ace. A.L. SCORES
sets, 6-3, 6-1, 6-4. The victory, his as Cilic struggled for consistency. He was soon in tears himself as SATURDAY’S LATE GAMES
first at Wimbledon since 2012, After losing the second set, Cil- he looked in the direction of the Yankees 4, Boston 1, 16 innings
made Federer the oldest man to ic took a medical timeout and re- players box where his twin daugh- Detroit 11, Toronto 1
win at the All England Club in the ceived treatment on the bottom ters and twin sons were standing Chicago Cubs 10, Baltimore 3
Open era, which began in 1968. of his left foot for what his coach, next to his wife, Mirka. Minnesota 4, Houston 2
Seattle 4, Chicago White Sox 3
It also broke his tie with William Jonas Bjorkman, later said was a “It’s disbelief that I can achieve Texas 1, Kansas City 0
Renshaw and Pete Sampras, who blister. Cilic said he found himself such heights,” Federer said. Oakland 5, Cleveland 3
each won Wimbledon seven times. unable to change direction without CHRISTOPHER CLAREY Tampa Bay 6, L.A. Angels 3
As U.S. Players Lag, South Korean Edges a Teen Detroit 6, Toronto 5, 11 innings
Chicago Cubs 8, Baltimore 0
Houston 5, Minnesota 3
Seattle 7, White Sox 6, 10 innings
BEDMINSTER, N.J. — Sung front-runner for most of the tour- breakthrough. With her 11-under Kansas City 4, Texas 3
Hyun Park, a 23-year-old South nament, imploded on the final hole 277, she beat Choi by two strokes to L.A. Angels 4, Tampa Bay 3
Korean with a fluid swing and with a triple-bogey 8, dropping earn the largest prize in the history Oakland 7, Cleveland 3
Yankees 3, Boston 0
stalwart nerves, dropped a 20-foot her into a tie for fifth at six under. of women’s golf, $900,000.
putt on the 15th green and then a “I have had a lot of winnings, Playing under the gaze of Pres- N.L. SCORES
six-footer on the 17th for a pair but winning here at the U.S. Open ident Trump, the owner of the golf
of birdies to capture the United means so much more,” said Park, club who preaches “America First,” SATURDAY’S LATE GAMES
St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 0
States Women’s Open on Sunday. who had seven victories on the golfers from the United States Atlanta 8, Arizona 5
Consistency and length carried Korean tour. She has the nickname failed to finish in the top 10 in this Washington 10, Cincinnati 7
the day for Park, who carded only of Dak Gong, a phrase that can be event for the first time. Trump did L.A. Dodgers 7, Miami 1
one bogey to shoot a five-under translated as “Shut up and attack.” not attend the victory ceremony, Milwaukee 3, Philadelphia 2
round of 67 at the Trump National “Not like other Koreans, I am but applauded the top two finishers Mets 9, Colorado 3
San Diego 5, San Francisco 3
Golf Club. Park chased and then more aggressive in my game,” as they passed under his box. SUNDAY
surpassed Hye-Jin Choi, a plucky Park said, through a translator. “I flew all the way here from Washington 14, Cincinnati 4
17-year-old amateur from South “I focus on my attack and being Korea, long distance, and then on L.A. Dodgers 3, Miami 2
Korea. Choi dumped a seven-iron aggressive. And I like that name.” top of that the United States pres- Colorado 13, Mets 4
shot off the tee into a pond on the The triumph for Park, her first ident clapped for me and cheered Atlanta 7, Arizona 1
Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis 3
16th to wreck her own fairy tale. major title and first win on the for me,” Choi said. “I was touched.” Philadelphia 5, Milwaukee 2
Feng Shanshan of China, the L.P.G.A. Tour, represented a key FILIP BONDY San Diego 7, San Francisco 1
WEATHER Houston 92/ 73 0.06 88/ 75 T 91/ 76 T Cape Town 55/ 48 0 56/ 43 PC 61/ 45 PC
Kansas City 90/ 68 0 93/ 71 S 93/ 75 S Dublin 66/ 55 0 71/ 52 S 71/ 59 PC
High/low temperatures for the 21 hours ended at 4 p.m. Los Angeles 86/ 70 0 86/ 66 PC 84/ 66 PC Geneva 81/ 57 0 84/ 63 PC 87/ 63 T
yesterday, Eastern time, and precipitation (in inches) for Miami 91/ 80 0.01 90/ 78 T 91/ 79 T Hong Kong 86/ 83 0.13 85/ 81 T 88/ 80 Sh
the 18 hours ended at 1 p.m. yesterday. Expected condi- Mpls.-St. Paul 86/ 67 0 88/ 73 PC 86/ 69 T Kingston 91/ 81 0.04 91/ 78 PC 91/ 78 PC
tions for today and tomorrow. New York City 85/ 69 0 85/ 72 PC 84/ 73 PC Lima 70/ 61 0 70/ 60 S 71/ 59 PC
Weather conditions: C-clouds, F-fog, H-haze, I-ice, Orlando 93/ 75 Tr 91/ 74 T 90/ 73 T London 77/ 64 0.14 77/ 60 PC 78/ 66 PC
PC-partly cloudy, R-rain, S-sun, Sh-showers, Sn-snow, SS- Philadelphia 85/ 69 0 88/ 72 PC 87/ 74 PC Madrid 99/ 73 0 96/ 70 PC 97/ 69 PC
snow showers, T-thunderstorms, Tr-trace, W-windy. Phoenix 102/ 84 0.15 99/ 82 T 98/ 83 T Mexico City 79/ 55 0.05 72/ 55 T 72/ 54 PC
Salt Lake City 99/ 78 0.05 98/ 73 PC 100/ 77 PC Montreal 81/ 68 Tr 77/ 64 T 82/ 65 Sh
San Francisco 84/ 59 0 72/ 54 PC 70/ 55 PC Moscow 75/ 63 0 67/ 53 PC 70/ 53 PC
Yesterday Today Tomorrow Seattle 72/ 55 0 76/ 54 S 81/ 54 S Nassau 91/ 76 0.21 91/ 81 T 92/ 79 PC
Albuquerque 86/ 66 0.15 91/ 68 PC 92/ 70 T St. Louis 96/ 71 0 91/ 74 PC 95/ 77 S Paris 86/ 63 0 86/ 67 PC 92/ 68 PC
Atlanta 82/ 74 0.49 87/ 71 T 89/ 72 T Washington 89/ 71 0 90/ 75 PC 92/ 76 PC Prague 73/ 50 0 73/ 56 T 77/ 59 PC
Boise 92/ 66 0 94/ 61 S 95/ 63 S FOREIGN CITIES Rio de Janeiro 81/ 66 0 84/ 68 S 73/ 65 Sh
Boston 81/ 66 0 81/ 67 S 79/ 69 PC Rome 91/ 70 0 88/ 67 S 86/ 66 S
Buffalo 79/ 62 0 79/ 63 PC 81/ 62 PC Yesterday Today Tomorrow Santiago 48/ 35 0 61/ 38 S 67/ 40 S
Charlotte 90/ 72 0.04 88/ 69 PC 90/ 71 T Acapulco 93/ 79 0.11 88/ 78 T 89/ 79 PC Stockholm 72/ 54 0.26 71/ 50 T 71/ 50 PC
Chicago 72/ 70 0 79/ 60 S 85/ 69 S Athens 90/ 77 0 80/ 69 T 82/ 71 T Sydney 63/ 46 0 66/ 51 PC 71/ 50 S
Cleveland 85/ 63 0 78/ 64 PC 83/ 65 PC Beijing 96/ 75 0 93/ 76 PC 93/ 77 PC Tokyo 91/ 77 0 89/ 78 C 88/ 78 PC
Dallas-Ft. Worth 97/ 77 0.08 95/ 78 PC 96/ 79 PC Berlin 72/ 54 0.10 71/ 53 PC 75/ 57 PC Toronto 79/ 63 Tr 78/ 61 Sh 82/ 62 PC
Denver 85/ 54 0 94/ 64 PC 94/ 64 PC Buenos Aires 46/ 41 0 48/ 30 S 54/ 37 S Vancouver 69/ 60 0 72/ 53 PC 73/ 55 S
Detroit 83/ 64 Tr 80/ 61 PC 84/ 65 S Cairo 101/ 82 0 101/ 79 S 102/ 78 S Warsaw 75/ 52 0 71/ 53 T 73/ 52 PC


Fear of Preying on Ex-Athletes Owed by N.F.L. NASCAR STANDINGS
1 Martin Truex Jr. 758 Leader
The sales pitches were filled for the players, who has received is not going to stop me from help- 2 Kyle Larson 720 -38
Kyle Busch
650 -108
with urgency and emphasized fa- dozens of complaints from players ing my brothers, and they know 4 Kevin Harvick 639 -119
miliarity. Act now or risk missing and others about companies pitch- where I am coming from.” 5 Denny Hamlin 589 -169
587 -171
Chase Elliott
out on millions of dollars. Trust us ing dubious services. “There’s a The judge, Anita B. Brody, also 7 Jamie McMurray 572 -186
because we are part of the “N.F.L. sex appeal to representing N.F.L. approved a notice that warned 8 Brad Keselowski 564 -194
brotherhood.” “You have nothing players, and they are so identifi- players about companies that, See- 9 Jimmie Johnson 552 -206
526 -232
Clint Bowyer
to lose,” a former N.F.L. quarter- able, so these companies who are ger said, offer to help players “nav-
back implored in one, “but mon- predatory, it is easy for them to be igate what are falsely portrayed as Hamlin Ends Gibbs Rut
ey you’re entitled to and that you successful. Most of these guys are complicated registration, medical
earned the hard way.” broke, so they’re vulnerable.” testing and claims procedures.” Joe Gibbs Racing has under-
The pleadings are aimed at for- The companies and law firms, Most of the providers require gone an upheaval that forced
mer N.F.L. players who stand to re- going by names such as N.F.L. players to agree to share 15 percent the organization into a youth
ceive checks from the largest legal or more of what they receive in re- movement. The biggest surprise,
settlement in sports history, a pool turn for helping them. They do not though, was going 0 for 2017.
of money that may top $1 billion for Concussion deal spurs always tell players that they can Denny Hamlin ended that rut
retirees who sued the league for flurry of legal offers. call court-appointed experts to get with the kind of finish down the
lying to them about the dangers free advice on how to file a claim, or stretch that showed that the JGR
of concussions as they got their that they can visit doctors who will lynchpin still knows how to win.
heads pounded on the field. provide a free neurological exam. Hamlin held off Kyle Larson over
Some players may get very little, Case Consulting, Concussion Case The N.F.L. declined to make the final laps Sunday at New
but others with severe neurologi- Management and Legacy Pro an executive available to discuss Hampshire Motor Speedway to
cal diseases may receive as much Sports and looking to help people the issue. Concussion Case Man- send Gibbs to its first victory of
as $5 million. Now lawyers, lenders file settlement claims, is largely agement and Legacy Pro Sports, the season. (AP)
and would-be advisers are circling, unregulated. And with the deadline which was started by a former
trying to get a cut of the money. to register for the settlement less player, said any misleading infor- Cubs Sweep Orioles
The fact that many players are than a month away, their pitches mation on their websites had been
cognitively impaired and may have become more aggressive. corrected. The companies say that Jose Quintana dazzled in his
struggle to understand the terms The rush to recruit players they charge far less than law firms. debut for Chicago, striking out a
of the services has raised alarm prompted the federal judge over- “With any middleman service, season-high 12 to beat Baltimore,
among player advocates, legal seeing the legal settlement case there are those who are doing it for 8-0, Sunday for a three-game
ethicists and the lawyers for the to issue an order in April saying a fair price and then you have peo- sweep. Quintana (1-0) allowed
players who sued the N.F.L. that N.F.L. Players Brains Mat- ple who are taking advantage,” said three hits, walked none and
“I’ve been doing this litigation ter, a company led by Fred Willis, Ted Frank, a lawyer at the Compet- joined Matt Garza as the only
for a long time, there’s always been a former running back, would no itive Enterprise Institute, a non- pitchers in Cubs’ history to fan 12
a certain amount of stuff going on, longer distribute “improper com- profit that focuses on class-action in their debut. Kris Bryant and
but I’ve never seen anything like munications” to other players. settlements. “But no one is going Anthony Rizzo homered to help
this by a multiple,” said Christo- “I’m not being paid, and I don’t to help me fill out my claim for a the Cubs move over .500 for the
pher Seeger, a co-lead counsel need the money,” Willis said. “This $5 coupon.” KEN BELSON first time since June 29. (AP)
How the Yankees’ Aaron Judge Built Baseball’s Mightiest Swing

When Milwaukee outfielder All-Star Game festivities in Miami. and pitchers point to a number of Judge said in February that Rodri-
Keon Broxton went clattering in- But Judge is not just a muscle- subtle changes. Judge is standing guez told him “he wanted to feel like
to the center-field wall this month bound galoot who clubs baseballs slightly farther off the plate than he was squatting 300 pounds.”
at Yankee Stadium to steal an ex- over the wall with brute strength. he was last season, the leg kick As a result of being “cemented
tra-base hit from Aaron Judge, he His swing is a portrait of technical that he incorporated in the minor on his back side,” as Houston As-
also caught something else: the precision that has allowed his rare leagues at the start of 2015 has tros catcher Brian McCann put it,
sight of Judge smiling at him. physical gifts to flourish. been toned down, and his weight, Judge’s head has less movement,
“It was just a friendly smile — Nobody hits the ball harder when he assumes his stance, is which has helped him recognize
‘Hey, c’mon, man, why you got to — his average exit velocity, 95.8 now anchored on his back hip. pitches, be it the spin on a two-seam
do me like that?’ ” Broxton said miles an hour, is by far the highest That last point may be the most fastball that runs inside or a break-
with a laugh. “And I’m like: ‘Yeah, in baseball. And nobody hits more significant. When Judge met ing pitch that swerves off the plate.
you got 30 bombs. Chill. It’s O.K.’ ” balls farther more often — 14 of his with the hitting coach Alan Cock- Judge has reduced his swings at
Several innings later, Judge homers have traveled at least 425 rell and his assistant, Marcus pitches out of the strike zone by al-
sent Broxton scrambling again. feet, including a 496-footer that is Thames, at the end of last season, most a third, to 25 percent from 34
Broxton turned and ran, track- the longest this season. they had a message to convey: percent last year, taking him from
ing the ball’s flight, certain that Judge’s starburst of a first half Judge needed to make better use the range of his free-swinging
he’d haul it in again. As it turned was born of a winter of work — tin- of the lower half of his body. teammate Starlin Castro to that of
out, Broxton was not close. The kering with and refining the me- Over the winter, Judge pored Boston’s selective Dustin Pedroia.
ball clanked off the facing of the chanics of his swing after a rude over video of players he admired, “The good hitters, you don’t
restaurant windows above Mon- introduction to the big leagues like Josh Donaldson, Miguel Cabre- gain too much ground forward,”
ument Park — an estimated 445 last August, when he batted .179 ra, Barry Bonds and Alex Rodri- Toronto catcher Russell Martin
feet from home plate. and struck out in half his at-bats. guez, power hitters who used the said. “It’s kind of a theme: They
Judge, who is 6 feet 7 inches “It’s a project,” said Judge, 25, entire field. He focused on trying have their heads still because
and 282 pounds, leads the major who declined to discuss his swing to feel anchored on his back hip, your head is your camera. If you
leagues in home runs. He showed or the changes he had made. where he could not only achieve move your head at all, it kind
off his power last week in winning Still, the Yankees’ hitting in- good balance, but also feel the force of changes how you’re seeing
the Home Run Derby during the structors and opposing catchers he could unleash with his swing. things.” BILLY WITZ



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