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The German Feminists’ Dilemma

The German Feminists’ Dilemma

A memorial for a 19-year-old medical student who was raped and murdered in October 2016 in Breisgau, Germany, by an Afghan asylum seeker.
The Ohio Purge and the Future of Voting

The Ohio Purge and the Future of Voting

Demonstrators including, second from right, Representative Joyce Beatty, Democrat of Ohio, outside the Supreme Court on January at a rally opposing Ohio’s system of purging infrequent voters.
Trump Concession Over Military Drills Blindsides Many South Koreans

Trump Concession Over Military Drills Blindsides Many South Koreans

South Koreans at a train station in Seoul watching television coverage of the Singapore summit meeting between President Trump and North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un.
Trilobites: Do You Know What Lightning Really Looks Like?

Trilobites: Do You Know What Lightning Really Looks Like?

“The Great Day of His Wrath” by John Martin, circa 1851.
Air Force Captain Who Deserted in 1983 Is Found in California, Using a Fake Identity

Air Force Captain Who Deserted in 1983 Is Found in California, Using a Fake Identity

In 1983, Capt. William Howard Hughes Jr. deserted from the Air Force. Last week, he was found living in California. He said he fled because he was depressed with his job.
Matter: A Crispr Conundrum: How Cells Fend Off Gene Editing

Matter: A Crispr Conundrum: How Cells Fend Off Gene Editing

Embryonic stem cells surrounded by feeder cells. When a team of scientists tried using Crispr to turn stem cells into neurons, they found that many of them died unless a cancer-fighting gene also was
A Play Caught in the Crossfire

A Play Caught in the Crossfire

Antoinette Nwandu gave up her teaching job to focus on writing for the stage, a risk that paid off with her new play.
Another Chance at the U.S. Open for Phil Mickelson and Shinnecock Hills

Another Chance at the U.S. Open for Phil Mickelson and Shinnecock Hills

At the 1995 United States Open, Phil Mickelson was six over on the par-5 16th at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club for the week, including a double bogey in the final round.
What Country Will Win the 2018 World Cup? Here Are Big Banks’ Predictions

What Country Will Win the 2018 World Cup? Here Are Big Banks’ Predictions

As Russia prepares to host the World Cup, the world’s major banks have been using their quantitative skills to predict the winner.
The Interpreter: What Happened in the Trump-Kim Meeting and Why It Matters

The Interpreter: What Happened in the Trump-Kim Meeting and Why It Matters

President Trump and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, in Singapore on Tuesday.
Unscripted Moments Steal the Show at Trump-Kim Singapore Summit

Unscripted Moments Steal the Show at Trump-Kim Singapore Summit

President Trump and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, on Tuesday, after their lunch on Sentosa Island in Singapore.

Larry Kudlow, Trump Adviser, Recovering After Heart Attack, Friends Say

The director of President Trump’s National Economic Council is expected to return to the job after recovering.
Tiffany Show Reveals Helen Gould’s Role as Arts Patron

Tiffany Show Reveals Helen Gould’s Role as Arts Patron

A detail from a photograph of the doe window that Helen Gould originally had installed in the family’s Manhattan townhouse. A re-creation of the window, based on the photo, is on view at Lyndhurst.
Navarro Apologizes for ‘Special Place in Hell’ Comments About Trudeau

Navarro Apologizes for ‘Special Place in Hell’ Comments About Trudeau

Peter Navarro, a top Trump administration trade official, apologized on Tuesday for his sharp words about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada.
News Analysis: Vague on Details, Trump Is Betting on ‘Special Bond’ With Kim to Deliver Deal

News Analysis: Vague on Details, Trump Is Betting on ‘Special Bond’ With Kim to Deliver Deal

President Trump and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, on Sentosa Island in Singapore on Tuesday.