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Fred Rogers’s Life in 5 Artifacts

Fred Rogers’s Life in 5 Artifacts

Fred Rogers, with a disabled fan, in a scene from the documentary “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?”
The First Time: Andrew Rannells: The First Time I Watched the Tony Awards

The First Time: Andrew Rannells: The First Time I Watched the Tony Awards

Andrew Rannells is co-starring in “The Boys in the Band” on Broadway.
Iran Moves to Lift Its Nuclear Enrichment Capacity

Iran Moves to Lift Its Nuclear Enrichment Capacity

The Natanz nuclear site in Iran, in 2007. A new centrifuge assembly center there hints at a future resumption of industrial-scale enrichment.
Win or Lose, Tuesday’s Primaries Are a Big Deal for Women

Win or Lose, Tuesday’s Primaries Are a Big Deal for Women

In New Mexico, Deb Haaland is campaigning to be the first Native American woman in Congress.
Lens: In Venezuela, Empty Rooms Tell Stories

Lens: In Venezuela, Empty Rooms Tell Stories

The room of Gabriela Contreras, 23, who went to Santiago, Chile. Caracas, Venezuela, 2018.
Paul Manafort, Primary Elections, Philadelphia Eagles: Your Tuesday Briefing

Paul Manafort, Primary Elections, Philadelphia Eagles: Your Tuesday Briefing

Parts of Guatemala were covered in a knee-deep layer of ash on Monday after a volcano erupted near the capital. At least 65 people were killed, with the final toll expected to be “probably in the
The Masterpiece Decision Isn’t Harmless

The Masterpiece Decision Isn’t Harmless

A cake decorated by Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colo. A gay couple complained when Mr. Phillips refused to sell them a custom cake.
A Trump-Kim Deal Could Send China’s Trade With North Korea Soaring

A Trump-Kim Deal Could Send China’s Trade With North Korea Soaring

A luxury apartment complex in Dandong, China, near the border with North Korea, last month. A big screen played footage on a loop of a meeting between President Xi Jinping of China and North Korea’s
The Conversation: Pardon Me!

The Conversation: Pardon Me!

President Trump gestures toward the media en route to Nashville last week.
Eight States Have Primaries on Tuesday. Here’s What to Watch For.

Eight States Have Primaries on Tuesday. Here’s What to Watch For.

Senator Jon Tester of Montana is one of the most vulnerable Democrats. He’s up for re-election in a state President Trump won in 2016.
Nonfiction: Deep Inside the Obama White House

Nonfiction: Deep Inside the Obama White House

President Obama with Ben Rhodes, right, and a speechwriter, left, Jan. 11, 2016.
California Primary Election 2018: Democrats Go After G.O.P.-Held Seats

California Primary Election 2018: Democrats Go After G.O.P.-Held Seats

Mariana Mora, 91, voted at Father Raymond Moore Hall in Carlsbad, Calif., on Tuesday.
Harvey Weinstein Pleads Not Guilty to Sexual Assault Charges

Harvey Weinstein Pleads Not Guilty to Sexual Assault Charges

Harvey Weinstein arriving at court in Manhattan on Tuesday.
Trilobites: Stick Insects Are Easy Bird Food, and That Might Help Them Reproduce

Trilobites: Stick Insects Are Easy Bird Food, and That Might Help Them Reproduce

New research suggests that when the stick insect R. irregulariterdentatus is eaten its eggs can be dispersed far and wide.
Surfacing: ‘It Felt Like I Was Wrapped in One Big Hug’: Inside the Chicago Gay and Straight Alliance Prom

Surfacing: ‘It Felt Like I Was Wrapped in One Big Hug’: Inside the Chicago Gay and Straight Alliance Prom

Jovanny, center, and Carlos, right, on the dance floor sharing their first dance as the prom’s king and queen.