• The U.S. Supreme Court made it harder to strip citizenship from naturalized Americans, rejecting the government’s position that even minor misstatements in their naturalization proceedings were grounds for revocation.
And a new survey gave a detailed look at America’s “complex relationship” with guns. Forty-four percent of Americans said that they knew someone who had been shot, and 66 percent of gun owners favored allowing teachers and officials in schools to carry guns.
• In Australia, a wave of campus sexual assaults has set off a national debate over gender, power and accountability. Emily Jones, above, a student at Australian National University, wrote an article to draw attention to the pervasive sexist culture at universities.
“It’s a cultural issue in Australia,” a university spokeswoman said. “We have a hypermasculine society.”
• Extremely hot days are expected to multiply around the world.
Our interactive maps show how the frequency of 95-degree days (35 degrees Celsius) would increase under the Paris climate agreement — or if no action is taken.