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Virginia Primary Puts Democrats’ Spirit of ’17 to the Test

Virginia Primary Puts Democrats’ Spirit of ’17 to the Test

Catherine Freytag, 10, signed her name on a poster in the Sterling, Va., campaign office of Jennifer Wexton, a Democrat running for Congress in the 10th District.
Photos From Singapore of the Trump-Kim Meeting

Photos From Singapore of the Trump-Kim Meeting

President Trump met Kim Jong-un in a carefully choreographed encounter in Singapore on Tuesday, opening a new chapter between the United States and North Korea.
Florida Man Kills 4 Children and Himself, Ending 21-Hour Hostage Standoff

Florida Man Kills 4 Children and Himself, Ending 21-Hour Hostage Standoff

The police at the scene of a standoff in Orlando, Fla., that began after a man suspected of battering his girlfriend shot a police officer and barricaded himself in an apartment, the authorities said.
Why Groups of 3 Will Ruin the World Cup (So Enjoy This One)

Why Groups of 3 Will Ruin the World Cup (So Enjoy This One)

A new format with 48 teams, starting in 2026 but possibly as soon as the next World Cup, raises a serious fairness issue in the chase for the World Cup trophy.
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner Had a Busy Year in Investing, Filing Shows

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner Had a Busy Year in Investing, Filing Shows

Investment vehicles owned by Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump were worth nearly $811 million last year, according to filings.
Dennis Rodman on Kim-Trump Meeting: ‘Today Is a Great Day’

Dennis Rodman on Kim-Trump Meeting: ‘Today Is a Great Day’

Dennis Rodman arriving at Changi Airport in Singapore on Tuesday. “It’s a great day, and I’m here to see it,” the former basketball star, who has met Kim Jong-un, told CNN.

President Trump and Kim Jong-un Meet in Singapore

President Trump and Kim Jong-un of North Korea met for the first time before heading to a one-on-one meeting.
Larry Kudlow Suffers ‘Very Mild’ Heart Attack

Larry Kudlow Suffers ‘Very Mild’ Heart Attack

President Trump’s top economic adviser is at Walter Reed Medical Center and is expected to fully recover, the White House said.
Trudeau’s Challenge: Managing Trump and Domestic Politics

Trudeau’s Challenge: Managing Trump and Domestic Politics

President Trump, left, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada at the Group of 7 summit meeing in Quebec last week.
Trump and Kim See New Chapter for Nations After Summit

Trump and Kim See New Chapter for Nations After Summit

Mr. Kim and Mr. Trump sat briefly for photographs before the beginning of their meeting on Tuesday in Singapore.
Cartel Leader Tied to El Chapo Gets Nearly 50 Years in Prison

Cartel Leader Tied to El Chapo Gets Nearly 50 Years in Prison

Edgar Valdez Villarreal, a Texas-born cartel leader, after his arrest in Mexico City in 2010. Mr. Valdez, 44, rose through the ranks of the Sinaloa and Beltrán Leyva cartels after entering the drug
Op-Ed Columnist: Donald Trump Is Not Playing by Your Rules

Op-Ed Columnist: Donald Trump Is Not Playing by Your Rules

Members of the Group of 7 posed Friday for the “family photo.”
Op-Ed Columnist: First They Came for the Migrants

Op-Ed Columnist: First They Came for the Migrants

Men from Mexico, El Salvador and Honduras being detained by Border Patrol officers north of Penitas, Tex., last week.
Atrocities Under Kim Jong-un: Indoctrination, Prison Gulags, Executions

Atrocities Under Kim Jong-un: Indoctrination, Prison Gulags, Executions

North Korea’s defense minister, Hyon Yong-Chol, right, with Kim Jong-un in 2015, the year Mr. Hyon fell asleep in a meeting and was executed by antiaircraft fire for disloyalty.
‘This Ruling Gives Us Hope’: Supreme Court Sides With Tribe in Salmon Case

‘This Ruling Gives Us Hope’: Supreme Court Sides With Tribe in Salmon Case

Brian Cladoosby pulled in an empty net from the Skagit River in Skagit County, Wash.
Judge in Emoluments Case Questions Defense of Trump’s Hotel Profits

Judge in Emoluments Case Questions Defense of Trump’s Hotel Profits

The Justice Department argued in court on Monday that President Trump’s financial interest in the Trump International Hotel in downtown Washington is constitutional, an assertion that was met with