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South Korea’s Leader Proposes Broad Economic Cooperation With the North

South Korea’s Leader Proposes Broad Economic Cooperation With the North

South Korea’s president, Moon Jae-in, said Wednesday that while unification with the North was far off, “building a single economic community” could begin.
‘Let Us Have a Childhood’: On the Road With the Parkland Activists

‘Let Us Have a Childhood’: On the Road With the Parkland Activists

Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School joined hands with local activists during a rally in Greensboro, N.C., this month. The rally was part of a nationwide tour to register voters and
Critic’s Notebook: In the Berkshires, a Powerful Play and a Classic Musical About Prejudice

Critic’s Notebook: In the Berkshires, a Powerful Play and a Classic Musical About Prejudice

Samira Wiley is a South African lesbian who provides refuge for victims of sexual violence in Jen Silverman’s “Dangerous House” at the Williamstown Theater Festival.
Fixes: The Conflict of Interest That Is Killing Recycling

Fixes: The Conflict of Interest That Is Killing Recycling

Color-coordinated waste baskets for waste recycling in New York City.
Critic’s Notebook: The Story of ‘the Most Underrated Composer in History’

Critic’s Notebook: The Story of ‘the Most Underrated Composer in History’

A scene from American Ballet Theater’s 2016 production of “The Golden Cockerel,” with music by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, the subject of this year’s Bard Music Festival.
Qatar Comes to Aid of Turkey, Offering $15 Billion Lifeline

Qatar Comes to Aid of Turkey, Offering $15 Billion Lifeline

The American pastor Andrew Brunson was placed under house arrest at his home in Izmir, Turkey, last month after being released from prison.
Briton From Sudan Is Named as Suspect in London Crash

Briton From Sudan Is Named as Suspect in London Crash

The Houses of Parliament in London are guarded by officers and security barriers. Officials have considered turning the area into a pedestrian-only site.

Bleak New Estimates in Drug Epidemic: A Record 72,000 Overdose Deaths in 2017

Fentanyl is a big culprit, but there are also encouraging signs from states that have prioritized public health campaigns and addiction treatment.
Syria Dispatch: ‘There Are No Girls Left’: Syria’s Christian Villages Hollowed Out by ISIS

Syria Dispatch: ‘There Are No Girls Left’: Syria’s Christian Villages Hollowed Out by ISIS

Ishaq Nisaan at the ruins of a church he helped build in the village where he grew up in Syria.
For Online Daters, Women Peak at 18 While Men Peak at 50, Study Finds. Oy.

For Online Daters, Women Peak at 18 While Men Peak at 50, Study Finds. Oy.

Pablo Picasso on the French Riviera in 1940. He began a relationship with Marie-Thérèse Walter in the 1920s, when she was a teenager.
Tech We’re Using: When You Track Oreos, Exercise and Everything Else

Tech We’re Using: When You Track Oreos, Exercise and Everything Else

Tim Herrera, the editor of Smarter Living, at Kaffe 1668 South in Manhattan. “If nutrition and fitness are your goal,” he said, “a food-tracking app like Lose It! or MyFitnessPal can be really
In This ‘Oklahoma!,’ She Loves Her and He Loves Him

In This ‘Oklahoma!,’ She Loves Her and He Loves Him

Left: Alfred Drake and Joan Roberts as Curly and Laurey in the 1943 Broadway production of “Oklahoma!” Right: Royer Bockus as Laurey and Tatiana Wechsler as Curly in the Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Taliban Attack Another Afghan Army Base, Killing Dozens

Taliban Attack Another Afghan Army Base, Killing Dozens

The coffins of police officers killed in a Taliban attack on a military outpost in Baghlan Province, Afghanistan, on Wednesday.
Update: Another Hit for Turkish Tourism?

Update: Another Hit for Turkish Tourism?

The Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, a favorite tourist destination.
‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Has Affluent Fans Opening Their Wallets

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Has Affluent Fans Opening Their Wallets

Asian-American entrepreneurs have been renting out theaters for special screenings of “Crazy Rich Asians,” like this one in Los Angeles on Aug. 8.
Italy Bridge Was Known to Be in Trouble Long Before Collapse

Italy Bridge Was Known to Be in Trouble Long Before Collapse

Clearing the rubble of the collapsed bridge on Wednesday. More than 1,000 rescue workers have been searching for survivors in the tangled mass of concrete and steel.
California Today: California Today: Privacy Activists Rein in Silicon Valley, From Big Tech’s Backyard

California Today: California Today: Privacy Activists Rein in Silicon Valley, From Big Tech’s Backyard

From left, Rick Arney, Alastair Mactaggart and Mary Ross at their office in Oakland in May as they worked on a ballot measure to protect privacy.
Why We Obsess Over the Next Trump Tape

Why We Obsess Over the Next Trump Tape

President Trump and Omarosa Manigault Newman at the White House in February 2017. Manigault Newman claims that a years-old tape exists of Trump using a racial slur.