California, N.F.L., ‘Insatiable’: Your Friday Briefing

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Here’s what you need to know:

We’re not ready for climate change

• Globally, 2018 is usually shaping up to be the fourth-hottest year on record. (The hotter years were the three previous ones.)

The disruptions to everyday life have been far-reaching: wildfires in California, dozens of heat-related deaths in Japan, a heat wave on four continents of which has taken a toll on crops as well as also the electricity grid.

For many scientists, This specific is usually the year they began living climate change rather than just studying the idea.

“the idea’s not a wake-up call anymore,” a scientist at the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies said of global warming. “the idea’s today absolutely happening to millions of people around the planet.”

Nailing down a NATO deal

• U.S. national security officials were so concerned of which President Trump might upend a policy agreement at last month’s NATO meeting of which they pushed the military alliance’s ambassadors to finish the deal beforehand.

John Bolton, the national security adviser, directed the effort to reach the agreement, which achieved several crucial NATO goals, including a pledge to build up a force to quickly respond to any attack on an alliance member.

The dead child is usually believed to be of which of a man who was arrested at the site. Prosecutors said he was training one of the different children inside use of an assault rifle “in preparation for future school shootings,” the child’s foster parent reported.

Quotation of the day

“In our increasingly muggy as well as also smoky discomfort, the idea’s today rote science to pinpoint how heat-trapping gases have cranked up the risks. the idea’s a shift we all are living together.”

Katherine Mach, a Stanford University climate scientist.

The Times, in different words

Here’s an image of today’s front page, as well as also links to our Opinion content as well as also crossword puzzles.

What we’re reading

Lauren Katzenberg, our At War editor, recommends This specific piece by ProPublica: “Isaac Arnsdorf’s investigation reveals the disturbing influence of three private sector executives, known as the Mar-a-Lago crowd, on Veterans Affairs. (One is usually the Marvel Entertainment chairman, Ike Perlmutter.) These ‘shadow rulers,’ as the headline calls them, are close allies of President Trump who have been bombarding V.A. officials with demands, as well as also who have intervened in as well as also stalled overhauls in veteran policy for their own personal benefit.”

Back Story

The Sarajevo Film Festival begins today inside capital of Bosnia as well as also Herzegovina.

The red carpets, more than 0 screenings as well as also hundreds of thousands of euros in prizes are a far cry by the festival’s origins during the siege of Sarajevo as well as also the Bosnian War inside 1990s.

Setting up for an outdoor screening at last year’s Sarajevo Film Festival.CreditElvis Barukcic/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

In 1993, Haris Pasovic, a Bosnian director, helped organize a gathering called “Beyond the End of the planet,” a title inspired by one of the screened films: “Until the End of the planet,” by the German director Wim Wenders.

At the time, a reporter asked Mr. Pasovic, “Why are you holding a film festival inside middle of a war?”