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Australia Artist Is Buried Alive to Symbolize Historic Cover-Up

Australia Artist Is Buried Alive to Symbolize Historic Cover-Up

Construction workers preparing to seal a steel box in which the artist Mike Parr was buried alive in Hobart, Tasmania.
Mahathir Mohamad, Leading Malaysia Again at 92, Is on a Mission

Mahathir Mohamad, Leading Malaysia Again at 92, Is on a Mission

Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad in his offices in Putrajaya, Malaysia, on Wednesday. “The more we look into the previous administration, the more bad things we find,” he said.
As China Curbs Borrowing, Growth Shows Signs of Faltering

As China Curbs Borrowing, Growth Shows Signs of Faltering

A factory in Hangzhou, China. An economic slowdown in the country — coupled with the knock-on effects of widening trade disputes and slowing growth in Europe — may augur poorly for the global economy.
News Analysis: Report Gives Trump an Opening, but Undercuts His Narrative

News Analysis: Report Gives Trump an Opening, but Undercuts His Narrative

President Trump on Wednesday at Joint Base Andrews near Washington.
Marches Across the U.S. Protest Separation of Migrant Families

Marches Across the U.S. Protest Separation of Migrant Families

Barbara Kurek was among a group at a rally in Huntington, N.Y., on Thursday protesting the Trump administration’s policy of separating migrant families.
D.J. Fontana, 87, Elvis Presley’s Longtime Drummer, Is Dead

D.J. Fontana, 87, Elvis Presley’s Longtime Drummer, Is Dead

D.J. Fontana, Elvis Presley’s longtime drummer, performing at a 2002 concert in Memphis observing the 25th anniversary of Presley’s death.
AT&T Closes Acquisition of Time Warner

AT&T Closes Acquisition of Time Warner

The Justice Department won’t seek to keep AT&T from closing its merger with Time Warner, but it could still appeal a ruling on its antitrust lawsuit against the deal.

Trading Bombs for Beaches? Tracking North Korea’s Tourism Plans

Construction is underway in North Korea to build a sprawling resort complex near an area the military has used for testing missiles. The government said it hopes to attract a million tourists a year.
Facebook’s Head of Communications and Policy Is Leaving Company

Facebook’s Head of Communications and Policy Is Leaving Company

Elliot Schrage, a Facebook vice president and confidante of chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, said on Thursday that he was leaving the social network.

White House Defends Trump’s Salute to a North Korean Military Officer

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, described the act as “a common courtesy,” but critics said it was an inappropriate gesture that was meant to symbolize respect.
House Immigration Bill, Pitched as Compromise, Tilts to a Harder Line

House Immigration Bill, Pitched as Compromise, Tilts to a Harder Line

Santa Teresa, N.M., near the border with Mexico. A draft bill would provide billions of dollars for a wall on the southwest border while imposing new limits on legal immigration.
Waffle House Apologizes Over Handcuffing of Black Customers in Bill Dispute

Waffle House Apologizes Over Handcuffing of Black Customers in Bill Dispute

A scene outside a Waffle House in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., from body camera footage released by the police.
How the I.R.S. Could Punish Trump and His Foundation

How the I.R.S. Could Punish Trump and His Foundation

Donald Trump at a 2016 fund-raising event in Des Moines, Iowa, that was at issue in the New York state lawsuit filed on Thursday.
Trump Expected to List China Tariffs, Potentially Reigniting Trade War

Trump Expected to List China Tariffs, Potentially Reigniting Trade War

The White House has given no indication that it plans to back away from its threat of tariffs against Chinese goods, which President Trump and his advisers see as giving the United States leverage in
Are You Too Old to Have Been Sexually Harassed? In Italy, Maybe

Are You Too Old to Have Been Sexually Harassed? In Italy, Maybe

The findings in a groping case against Carlo Tavecchio, the former head of the Italian soccer federation, have raised new questions about attitudes toward sexual harassment in Italy.
Why Trump Is Wrong on the Comey Report

Why Trump Is Wrong on the Comey Report

Robert Mueller at the Department of Justice in 2013.