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Amid Japan’s Flood Devastation, Survivors Dig Out

Amid Japan’s Flood Devastation, Survivors Dig Out

Rescuers searched the town of Kumano, in Hiroshima Prefecture, on Monday. The prefecture has reported 44 people dead.
Trump’s Retreat From the West

Trump’s Retreat From the West

President Trump boarding Air Force One on Tuesday.
Bites: A Pittsburgh-Area Restaurant That Trades Fussy for Fun

Bites: A Pittsburgh-Area Restaurant That Trades Fussy for Fun

The chef Kevin Sousa’s tattooed hands flank a plate of rabbit with koji-cured coppa at Superior Motors.
Deporting the American Dream

Deporting the American Dream

A young man in Tijuana, Mexico, who said he was deported after having lived in the U.S. since the age of five.
New York Today: New York Today: A New App From the M.T.A.

New York Today: New York Today: A New App From the M.T.A.

On the MYmta app, riders can type in their destination and get the fastest route.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: What Is a Southern Writer, Anyway?

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: What Is a Southern Writer, Anyway?

The typewriter used by Eudora Welty in her final years sits on the desk in the bedroom of her home in Jackson, Miss.
Border Patrol’s Last Line of Defense? It Isn’t at the Border

Border Patrol’s Last Line of Defense? It Isn’t at the Border

Smoothing the ground along the Rio Grande border wall near Brownsville, Tex.
Live Briefing: Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee: Live Updates

Live Briefing: Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee: Live Updates

President Trump is scheduled to name his pick for the Supreme Court at 9 p.m. Monday.
In Texas, a Decades-Old Hate Crime, Forgiven but Never Forgotten

In Texas, a Decades-Old Hate Crime, Forgiven but Never Forgotten

The sun set over a section of Huff Creek Road, where James Byrd Jr. was dragged to his death behind a pickup truck by three white supremacists on June 7, 1998.
Behind the Bar, Mixing Drinks With Aid for a Faraway Home

Behind the Bar, Mixing Drinks With Aid for a Faraway Home

Sambonn Lek, third from left, and his nonprofit, Sam Relief, donated rice to the Angkor Hospital for Children in Siem Reap, Cambodia, in August 2010.
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.