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How Soccer’s Minnows Got to the World Cup

How Soccer’s Minnows Got to the World Cup

Iceland's Ragnar Sigurdsson celebrated with fans after the team tied Argentina, 1-1, on Saturday in its first World Cup match.
Trump Again Falsely Blames Democrats for His Separation Tactic

Trump Again Falsely Blames Democrats for His Separation Tactic

President Trump this week at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland. He has continued to refuse to publicly accept responsibility for the separation of children from their parents, consistently dissembling
Asian-Americans Face Multiple Fronts in Battle Over Affirmative Action

Asian-Americans Face Multiple Fronts in Battle Over Affirmative Action

The Widener Library at Harvard. The university faces a lawsuit that accuses it of discriminating against Asian-American applicants.
Their Road to Turkey Was Long and Grueling, but the Short Flight Home Was Crueler

Their Road to Turkey Was Long and Grueling, but the Short Flight Home Was Crueler

About 60 Afghan men were being deported aboard a flight to Kabul from Istanbul last month, including Abdul Mohammed, right. They had spent months on a dangerous journey to Turkey, only to be returned
Op-Ed Columnist: The Lesser Cruelty on Immigration

Op-Ed Columnist: The Lesser Cruelty on Immigration

Central American asylum seekers waited for transport on Tuesday while being detained by Border Patrol agents near the Mexican border in McAllen, Tex.
Art Buchwald, My Father and Me

Art Buchwald, My Father and Me

Bina, age 14, and her father in Karachi, Pakistan.
The Bible’s #MeToo Problem

The Bible’s #MeToo Problem

“The Rape of Dinah,” a painting left unfinished by Fra Bartolomeo and completed by Giuliano Bugiardini in 1531.
You Can’t Be Pro-Life and Against Immigrant Children

You Can’t Be Pro-Life and Against Immigrant Children

A boy and father from Honduras being taken into custody by United States Border Patrol agents near the Mexico border on Tuesday.
At Least 17 Dead in Stampede at Graduation Party in Venezuela

At Least 17 Dead in Stampede at Graduation Party in Venezuela

Investigators outside the nightclub in Caracas, Venezuela, where at least 17 people died on Saturday.
In Conservative Kentucky, Power of Female Candidates Is Tested in Key House Race

In Conservative Kentucky, Power of Female Candidates Is Tested in Key House Race

Amy McGrath, the Democratic nominee for a House seat in Kentucky, will need to win rural, traditionally Republican parts of her district as well as more Democratic-leaning cities like Frankfort,
Monticello Is Done Avoiding Jefferson’s Relationship With Sally Hemings

Monticello Is Done Avoiding Jefferson’s Relationship With Sally Hemings

A new exhibit at Monticello is dedicated to Sally Hemings, an enslaved woman owned by Thomas Jefferson.
World Cup 2018: Denmark vs. Peru Live Score and Updates

World Cup 2018: Denmark vs. Peru Live Score and Updates

Denmark’s Yussuf Poulsen celebrated after scoring his team’s first goal against Peru during the World Cup on Saturday.
2 Deputies in Kansas Are Fatally Shot While Transporting Inmates

2 Deputies in Kansas Are Fatally Shot While Transporting Inmates

Evidence markers in the parking lot outside the Wyandotte County Courthouse on Friday in Kansas City, Kan.
How Trump Came to Enforce a Practice of Separating Migrant Families

How Trump Came to Enforce a Practice of Separating Migrant Families

A child cried as her mother was searched and detained in McAllen, Tex., this past week.