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Thai Cave Rescue Live Updates: 8th Person Is Out

Thai Cave Rescue Live Updates: 8th Person Is Out

An ambulance leaving the cave area on Monday, hours after the start of the second phase of an operation to rescue the boys started.
Lens: Overlooked Stories From Latin American Photographers

Lens: Overlooked Stories From Latin American Photographers

Children flying kites on All Souls Day in Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala.
Theresa May in Fight to Save Government Amid Brexit Rift

Theresa May in Fight to Save Government Amid Brexit Rift

The departure of Boris Johnson, the public face of the 2016 campaign that persuaded Britons to quit the European Union, underscores the depth of the divisions within the government.
The Bizarre Theater of the World Cup Press Conference

The Bizarre Theater of the World Cup Press Conference

England’s news conference on July 2 was nearly full of journalists from around the world.
Case Against Reuters Journalists in Myanmar Moves to Trial

Case Against Reuters Journalists in Myanmar Moves to Trial

U Wa Lone, one of two jailed Reuters journalists, was escorted from the court in Yangon on Monday.
Mothers in Tennis Grow in Influence

Mothers in Tennis Grow in Influence

Evgeniya Rodina will play Serena Williams on Monday in a rare tennis meeting of mothers.
Sharp Objects: ‘Sharp Objects’: Jean-Marc Vallée on the Series Premiere and Underdog Storytelling

Sharp Objects: ‘Sharp Objects’: Jean-Marc Vallée on the Series Premiere and Underdog Storytelling

The director Jean-Marc Vallée on the set of “Sharp Objects” with the show’s lead, Amy Adams, who is also an executive producer.
Review: Lang Lang, Classical Music’s Superstar, Returns Quietly

Review: Lang Lang, Classical Music’s Superstar, Returns Quietly

Lang Lang, at the piano, playing Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor with the Boston Symphony Orchestra — led by Andris Nelsons, in black — at the Tanglewood Music Festival on Friday.
In Daring Underwater Cave Rescue, 4 of 13 Thai Are Freed

In Daring Underwater Cave Rescue, 4 of 13 Thai Are Freed

Rescue workers moved air tanks near Tham Luang Cave on Sunday. The canisters are key to the rescue effort.
Scott Pruitt, Fallen E.P.A. Chief, May Rise Again in Oklahoma

Scott Pruitt, Fallen E.P.A. Chief, May Rise Again in Oklahoma

Scott Pruitt, who resigned as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency last week, still owns a home in an affluent neighborhood of Tulsa, Okla. Some Oklahomans think he could make a
Town Grieves for a Father and His Four Daughters

Town Grieves for a Father and His Four Daughters

A memorial to the Trinidad family at the Roman Catholic Church of St. Anastasia in Teaneck, N.J.
Government Work Done, Tax Policy Writers Decamp to Lobbying Jobs

Government Work Done, Tax Policy Writers Decamp to Lobbying Jobs

A member of the audience at President Trump’s rally last week in Montana with a sign bearing one of Mr. Trump’s campaign promises. Upon taking office, Mr. Trump made moves to strengthen some lobbying