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An abandoned truck carrying the dead bodies of people assumed to be migrants was found in Austria on Thursday.

Austria Finds Up to 50 Bodies Thought to Be of Migrants in Truck

By ALISON SMALE

The precise toll is yet to be determined, a police official said, after the vehicle was found abandoned on a highway east of Vienna.

. Video  Video: Germany Urges Sharing of Migrant Burden
A McDonald's in Times Square in New York. A ruling on Thursday by the National Labor Relations Board could make bargaining easier for organized workers at fast food chains like McDonald's.

Labor Board Says Contractors’ Workers Can Bargain With Parent Company

By NOAM SCHEIBER

A ruling by the National Labor Relations Board made it substantially easier for unions to bargain for higher wages and benefits.

Brian Nosek, right, and other members of the Reproducibility Project at the Center for Open Science. Dr. Nosek and his team led an attempt to replicate the findings of 100 social science studies.

Many Psychology Findings Not as Strong as Claimed, Study Says

By BENEDICT CAREY

Only 35 of 100 studies that the Reproducibility Project looked at held up fully to scrutiny. But some questioned the process of replication itself.

Journalists observed a moment of silence on Thursday at WDBJ during the early morning newscast.

Father of Slain Virginia TV Reporter Urges Stricter Gun Laws

By MICHAEL D. SHEAR and RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA

WDBJ in Roanoke honored Alison Parker, and Adam Ward, who were shot and killed a day before, and Ms. Parker’s father called for stricter gun legislation.

. Video  Watch: Virginia Victims’ Relatives Speak
Hillary Rodham Clinton spoke to supporters at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland on Thursday.

Hillary Clinton’s Handling of Email Issue Frustrates Democratic Leaders

By PATRICK HEALY, JONATHAN MARTIN and MAGGIE HABERMAN

Concerns are growing that Hillary Rodham Clinton is not treating the matter seriously, or doing enough to put it to rest before it harms her 2016 run and other Democrats’ campaigns.

Carly Fiorina, the former Hewlett-Packard executive, at a campaign event at the Jewish Federation of Greater Des Moines in Waukee, Iowa, this month.

Carly Fiorina, Gaining in Polls, Moves to Secure Spot in 2nd G.O.P. Debate

By ASHLEY PARKER and TRIP GABRIEL

Carly Fiorina, the former Hewlett-Packard executive, wants to be on the main stage at the event, and she is waging a public war with CNN and the Republican National Committee.

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These days, Serena Williams, left, and Venus Williams face some challengers who watched them on television as children.

SPORTS | On Tennis

Williams Sisters Leave an Impact That’s Unmatched

By HARVEY ARATON

It is difficult to imagine tennis without Venus and Serena Williams, who have influenced a generation of female players and left a mark that no siblings in sports can equal.

Miley Cyrus, at the amfAR New York Inspiration Gala in New York in June, will host MTV's Video Music Awards on Sunday night.

ARTS

Miley Cyrus Promises a ‘Raw’ MTV Video Music Awards

By JOE COSCARELLI

In between freshly rolled joints, the singer discusses Donald Trump, Robin Thicke, Nicki Minaj – and hosting this year’s show.

Today’s Video

Video Video: Trump’s Troubles With Hispanic TV Journalists

From the beginning, Spanish-language TV has been covering Donald J. Trump’s presidential campaign more critically than the mainstream news media, especially after his remarks on immigrants.

Vultures picked apart the carcass of a recently killed wildebeest at the Masai Mara Reserve in Kenya.

Video Video: Vultures Face Own Death

Across East Africa, vulture populations have been decimated by poaching, poisoning and other human interventions.

Socrates Sculpture Park in Queens. Lonely Planet named the borough the No. 1 United States tourist destination of 2015.

Video Video: Queens: The Next Tourist Destination

Lonely Planet named Queens the No. 1 United States tourist destination of 2015. Residents and business owners wonder if the borough can become more than just a day trip from Manhattan.

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A trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday.

U.S. Stock Markets Trade Higher for 2nd Day as Global Shares Rebound

By AMIE TSANG and PETER EAVIS

The S.&P. 500 and the Dow were up strongly and the Nasdaq turned positive for the year as better economic news buoyed traders.

An American Apparel store in New York. The U.S. economic revision on Thursday was better than expected by economists.

U.S. Economy’s Growth Rate in 2nd Quarter Revised Up to 3.7%

By NELSON D. SCHWARTZ

The revision, more than a full percentage point higher, provides further assurance that the American economy remains on an even keel.

A scene in Manhattan on Monday, when stocks took a dive amid turmoil in markets worldwide.

The Upshot

Rising Anxiety That Stocks Are Overpriced

By ROBERT J. SHILLER

There are reasons to question whether the recent sharp drop in an overactive stock market was enough, or whether a longer decline is ahead.

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