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Worker Who Opened Fire Inside Factory Had Been Barred from Having Gun

Worker Who Opened Fire Inside Factory Had Been Barred from Having Gun

The police identified the five people who were killed in a shooting at the Henry Pratt Company in Aurora, Ill., on Friday.
Houston Officer Lied About Confidential Informant in Deadly Drug Operation, Chief Says

Houston Officer Lied About Confidential Informant in Deadly Drug Operation, Chief Says

Chief Art Acevedo of the Houston Police Department said there were “material untruths or lies” in an affidavit for a search warrant that officers executed last month. The raid ended in a shootout that
White House Memo: The War That Wasn’t: Trump Claims Obama Was Ready to Strike North Korea

White House Memo: The War That Wasn’t: Trump Claims Obama Was Ready to Strike North Korea

President Trump has been telling audiences that President Barack Obama was on the precipice of an all-out confrontation with the nuclear-armed North Korea.
With Trump’s Tough Deterrents, Many Asylum Seekers on the Border are Giving Up

With Trump’s Tough Deterrents, Many Asylum Seekers on the Border are Giving Up

Natali, one of many Honduran migrants who is reconsidering her plan to seek asylum in the United States. For now, she has an apartment in Mexico.
Police Identify 5 Workers Killed in Aurora Warehouse Shooting

Police Identify 5 Workers Killed in Aurora Warehouse Shooting

The police identified the five people who were killed in a shooting at the Henry Pratt Company in Aurora, Ill., on Friday.
Trump’s Attempt to Circumvent Congress Leaves Uneasy Senate Republicans With Hard Choice

Trump’s Attempt to Circumvent Congress Leaves Uneasy Senate Republicans With Hard Choice

Senators Susan Collins of Maine and Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, both Republicans, opposed President Trump’s decision to declare a national emergency.
For Some 2020 Democrats, Rejection of Amazon Aligns With Liberal Policy Views

For Some 2020 Democrats, Rejection of Amazon Aligns With Liberal Policy Views

Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts called economic incentives offered to giant corporations like Amazon “taxpayer bribes.”

Isolated and Adrift, an American Woman Turned Toward Iran

Monica Witt’s defection to Iran appears to have been part of a radicalization that began in military service and accelerated in graduate school.
A Man in Florida Mistakenly Received a $980,000 Tax Refund, and Officials Say He Tried to Keep It

A Man in Florida Mistakenly Received a $980,000 Tax Refund, and Officials Say He Tried to Keep It

The Internal Revenue Service in Washington. The agency mistakenly sent a man in Florida a refund of $980,000 because he filed an inaccurate tax return, a complaint said.
American Volunteers Fighting ISIS in Syria Worry About a U.S. Pullout

American Volunteers Fighting ISIS in Syria Worry About a U.S. Pullout

A destroyed hospital in Deir al-Zour Province, near the last stretch of Syria controlled by the Islamic State. American volunteers have served with pro-American Kurdish forces fighting the militant
He’s 91 and the Post Office Threw Him a Party. For His Retirement.

He’s 91 and the Post Office Threw Him a Party. For His Retirement.

Jack Lund at a retirement party honoring his seven decades of service to the United States Postal Service.
Pope Defrocks Theodore McCarrick, Ex-Cardinal Accused of Sexual Abuse

Pope Defrocks Theodore McCarrick, Ex-Cardinal Accused of Sexual Abuse

Theodore E. McCarrick, a former cardinal and archbishop of Washington, was expelled from the priesthood after he was found guilty of sexual abuse.

On Politics: The Biggest Stories of the Week

It’s been a busy week in American politics. Here are some of the stories you might have missed.
Mueller’s Office Recommends Paul Manafort Serve Up to 25 Years in Prison

Mueller’s Office Recommends Paul Manafort Serve Up to 25 Years in Prison

Paul Manafort last June in Washington. Judge Amy Berman Jackson ruled this week that he had deliberately deceived prosecutors.
White House Memo: Trump Follows Familiar Playbook When Confronted by a Loss: Distract and Digress

White House Memo: Trump Follows Familiar Playbook When Confronted by a Loss: Distract and Digress

Sabine Durden, the mother of Dom Durden, with other “angel moms” in the Rose Garden during Mr. Trump’s announcement on Friday.
Trump Declared a Border Emergency. Here’s How It Could Be Undone in Court.

Trump Declared a Border Emergency. Here’s How It Could Be Undone in Court.

Near the port of entry between Columbus, N.M., and Paloma, Mexico, last month.
News Analysis: Presidents Have Declared Dozens of Emergencies, but None Like Trump’s

News Analysis: Presidents Have Declared Dozens of Emergencies, but None Like Trump’s

Contractors attaching concertina wire atop the fence between the United States and Mexico. President Trump declared a national emergency on Friday to divert congressional funds to build a border wall.
Donald Smith, Who Produced ‘The Silent Scream,’ Dies at 94

Donald Smith, Who Produced ‘The Silent Scream,’ Dies at 94

Donald S. Smith in an undated photo. He founded the anti-abortion group Crusade for Life and produced the film “The Silent Scream,” which was widely disseminated by abortion opponents.
‘I Am Now Your Mom’: On Twitter, a Pledge of Support for L.G.B.T. Youths

‘I Am Now Your Mom’: On Twitter, a Pledge of Support for L.G.B.T. Youths

People protesting the Trump administration’s policies toward gender rights in Los Angeles last October.

Trump’s Whirlwind News Conference: From North Korea to Ann Coulter

The event’s intent was to declare a national emergency to secure funding for a border wall, but President Trump shared his thoughts on a wide array of topics.