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U.S. Judge Harshly Criticizes F.B.I. Over Dylann Roof’s Gun Purchase

U.S. Judge Harshly Criticizes F.B.I. Over Dylann Roof’s Gun Purchase

Dylann Roof entering a court room in Charleston, S.C., last year. Errors and “poor policy choices” allowed Mr. Roof to unlawfully buy a gun he used to murder nine people, a judge wrote.
Kirstjen Nielsen Is Confronted by Protesters at Mexican Restaurant: ‘Shame!’

Kirstjen Nielsen Is Confronted by Protesters at Mexican Restaurant: ‘Shame!’

Ms. Nielsen at a White House press briefing on Monday in which she defended the administration’s policies.
Charleston Apologizes for City’s Role in Slave Trade

Charleston Apologizes for City’s Role in Slave Trade

Slaves’ quarters at the Magnolia Plantation in Charleston, S.C., a preservation site that has become a tourist stop. The Charleston City Council formally apologized and denounced the city’s role in
Microsoft Employees Protest Work With ICE, as Tech Industry Mobilizes Over Immigration

Microsoft Employees Protest Work With ICE, as Tech Industry Mobilizes Over Immigration

At Microsoft’s main campus in Redmond, Wash. Microsoft employees posted an open letter on Tuesday protesting the software maker’s work with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
As Greece Ends a Decade of Bailouts, Problems Linger for Europe

As Greece Ends a Decade of Bailouts, Problems Linger for Europe

Marching on the Greek parliament in Athens to protest the government’s labor reforms. European Union officials are expected to unveil a plan in Brussels on Thursday to get the indebted country to
On Mexico’s Migrant Trail: Confusion and Tough Choices

On Mexico’s Migrant Trail: Confusion and Tough Choices

Migrants using handmade rafts crossed the river that separates Guatemala from Mexico on Tuesday.
Vote in Canada Paves the Way for Legalization of Marijuana

Vote in Canada Paves the Way for Legalization of Marijuana

Canadians celebrated National Marijuana Day in Ottawa in April 2016. On Tuesday, Canada’s Senate voted to legalize marijuana for recreational use, though Canadians will not be able to buy it legally

Where Trump’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ Immigration Policy Began

Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama both increased enforcement on the U.S.-Mexico border. Here is how their approaches differed from the Trump administration.
Kirstjen Nielsen Was a Target of Trump’s Immigration Ire. Now She’s His Protector.

Kirstjen Nielsen Was a Target of Trump’s Immigration Ire. Now She’s His Protector.

John F. Kelly, the White House chief of staff, and Ms. Nielsen have moved in tandem through the Trump administration, becoming personal friends in the process.
G.E. Dropped From the Dow After More Than a Century

G.E. Dropped From the Dow After More Than a Century

General Electric, the last original member of the Dow Jones industrial average, was dropped from the blue-chip index.
Merkel and Macron Try to Save European Union, and Themselves

Merkel and Macron Try to Save European Union, and Themselves

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany and President Emmanuel Macron of France discussed at a meeting Tuesday how to put out the growing number of populist fires over migration on the Continent.
The Infamous Sochi Drug-Testing Lab Is Now a Gastro Pub

The Infamous Sochi Drug-Testing Lab Is Now a Gastro Pub

At La Punto, the only allusions to the building’s dark past are embedded deep within the restaurant’s extensive cocktail menu.
Bush Veteran Joseph Hagin to Leave Trump White House Post

Bush Veteran Joseph Hagin to Leave Trump White House Post

Joseph W. Hagin, the White House deputy chief of staff for operations, at the Group of 7 summit meeting in Canada this month. “We will miss him in the office and even more on the road,” President
About New York: Giuliani Promised a Surprise Before the Election. Comey Delivered One.

About New York: Giuliani Promised a Surprise Before the Election. Comey Delivered One.

Rudolph W. Giuliani’s cryptic remarks just days before the F.B.I. reopened its investigation of Hillary Clinton in 2016 have led to speculation about what he knew.
Dr. Adel Mahmoud, Who Was Credited With HPV and Rotavirus Vaccines, Dies at 76

Dr. Adel Mahmoud, Who Was Credited With HPV and Rotavirus Vaccines, Dies at 76

Dr. Adel Mahmoud, an expert in infectious diseases, helped usher in a combination vaccine against measles, mumps, rubella and chickenpox as well as one to prevent shingles.
Disability Applications Plunge as the Economy Strengthens

Disability Applications Plunge as the Economy Strengthens

Christian Borrero, who was born with cerebral palsy, went off disability after landing a full-time job as a receptionist in Independence, Ohio.
Investigators Questioned Giuliani as Part of Leak Inquiry, He Says

Investigators Questioned Giuliani as Part of Leak Inquiry, He Says

President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani last month at the White House. He said that he had told investigators for the Justice Department’s inspector general that he had not learned