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Facebook Is Fined in Britain Over Cambridge Analytica Data Leak

Facebook Is Fined in Britain Over Cambridge Analytica Data Leak

Facebook’s London offices. The company was hit with the maximum possible fine in Britain over the harvesting of user data by Cambridge Analytica.
South Sudan Forces Killed and Raped Hundreds in Brutal Campaign, U.N. Says

South Sudan Forces Killed and Raped Hundreds in Brutal Campaign, U.N. Says

President Salva Kiir of South Sudan was welcomed by his supporters at Juba Airport on Monday. He was returning from peace talks in Kampala.
With Meghan Markle and Patrick J. Adams Gone, ‘Suits’ Retailors Itself

With Meghan Markle and Patrick J. Adams Gone, ‘Suits’ Retailors Itself

From left, Katherine Heigl, Dulé Hill and Amanda Schull are part of the team taking “Suits” in a new direction for its eighth season.

Watch: Brett Kavanaugh’s Past Remarks on Key Topics

The confirmation fight over President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee is underway. Here is what Judge Kavanaugh has said about the justices he admires, Roe v. Wade and the presidency.
On Beauty: How to Look Well Rested (Even When You’re Not)

On Beauty: How to Look Well Rested (Even When You’re Not)

Clockwise from bottom left: Tatcha the Pearl, $48, tatcha.com. Chantecaille Gold Recovery Mask, $270, chantecaille.com. Beautycounter Touchup Skin Concealer Pen, $33, beautycounter.com. Kosas 8th
A Restaurant Takes On the Opioid Crisis, One Worker at a Time

A Restaurant Takes On the Opioid Crisis, One Worker at a Time

DV8 Kitchen in Lexington, Ky. The restaurant opened last September, and hires people with opioid addictions. It focuses its entire business model on helping them recover.
Trump Derides NATO as ‘Obsolete.’ Baltic Nations See It Much Differently.

Trump Derides NATO as ‘Obsolete.’ Baltic Nations See It Much Differently.

Some of the 16,500 singers at the Latvian Song and Dance Festival in Riga on Saturday. Latvia’s struggle to break free from the Soviet Union is known as the Singing Revolution.
When Black Performers Use Their ‘White Voice’

When Black Performers Use Their ‘White Voice’

Lakeith Stanfield, left, and Danny Glover in “Sorry to Bother You.”
‘416,’ ‘Witch,’ ‘Not Creative’: How Fires Get Their Names

‘416,’ ‘Witch,’ ‘Not Creative’: How Fires Get Their Names

The Spring Creek Fire burning in Costilla County in La Veta, Colo., on July 3. Wildfires are named by the dispatch center or the first fire personnel on the scene.
Roe Isn’t Going Down Without a Fight

Roe Isn’t Going Down Without a Fight

Marchers in Washington in 1989, shortly before the Supreme Court was to hear arguments on a restrictive Missouri abortion law.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: A Victory for Mexican Democracy

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: A Victory for Mexican Democracy

Inside a polling station covered by a red tarp on July 1 in Mexico City. Mexico had turnout of 63 percent for the election.

Searching for Saraswati

Hindu nationalism reaches new heights in a quest to find a sacred river.
Beauty Pageant Winner Gives Up Crown to Protest Skit Mocking #MeToo

Beauty Pageant Winner Gives Up Crown to Protest Skit Mocking #MeToo

Maude Gorman, who recently gave up her title as Miss Plymouth County, spoke at Six Flags New England in May for the opening of a new roller coaster.
Elon Musk Defends His Rejected Mini-Sub Plan for Thai Cave

Elon Musk Defends His Rejected Mini-Sub Plan for Thai Cave

Divers testing the mini-submarine built by Elon Musk’s engineers to help rescue 12 boys and their soccer coach from a flooded Thai cave. The capsule was built with SpaceX parts. In the end, the cave
Harry Potter Doesn’t Dance. But He Sure Can Move.

Harry Potter Doesn’t Dance. But He Sure Can Move.

Steven Hoggett, the movement director and choreographer for “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” at the Palace Theater in London. “Is it possible to do a 10-second flourish with a cloak, then do it in
Stateless and Poor, Some Boys in Thai Cave Had Already Beaten Long Odds

Stateless and Poor, Some Boys in Thai Cave Had Already Beaten Long Odds

Classmates of Adul Sam-on, one of the boys trapped in Tham Luang Cave, visited a tribute for the Wild Boars soccer team on Monday.