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U.K. Court Dismisses Challenge to Northern Ireland’s Abortion Law

U.K. Court Dismisses Challenge to Northern Ireland’s Abortion Law

Protesting Northern Ireland’s abortion law in Belfast last month.
He Delivered Pizza to an Army Base in Brooklyn. Now He Faces Deportation.

He Delivered Pizza to an Army Base in Brooklyn. Now He Faces Deportation.

Sandra Chica’s husband, Pablo Villavicencio Calderon, was detained and turned over to ICE when he tried to deliver food to a Brooklyn Army base.
Donald Trump, N.B.A. Finals, ‘Sex and the City’: Your Thursday Briefing

Donald Trump, N.B.A. Finals, ‘Sex and the City’: Your Thursday Briefing

The Times Magazine this week devotes a special issue to love in New York City. Above, Betsy Frese and Christian Brown, who have been together for six months, are one of the many couples we
I Married a Millennial. I Married a Gen Xer. Now What?

I Married a Millennial. I Married a Gen Xer. Now What?

Kathleen Johnston says she’ll check her “millennial tech habits at the door” when she’s around her husband, Neal Johnston, and his family and friends.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Class Struggle According to Donald Trump

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Class Struggle According to Donald Trump

Members of the Service Employees International Union holding a rally in support of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees in Chicago in February.
Who Is Left to Credibly Judge Latin America’s Elections?

Who Is Left to Credibly Judge Latin America’s Elections?

President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela refused to have neutral observers monitor the country’s national election last month.
This Exhibition Has Real Bite

This Exhibition Has Real Bite

The Wellcome Collection, a London museum that explores the crossover between medicine and the arts, looks at the history of dentistry in a new exhibition.
Best of Late Night: Samantha Bee Says Sorry for 'Potty-Mouthed Insult’ of Ivanka Trump

Best of Late Night: Samantha Bee Says Sorry for 'Potty-Mouthed Insult’ of Ivanka Trump

Samantha Bee apologized for using a vulgar term to describe Ivanka Trump, but it was a targeted apology. “Many men were also offended by my use of the word. I do not care,” she said.
Big City: The High Price of Being Kate Spade

Big City: The High Price of Being Kate Spade

Her brand told its fans that they had already arrived, even if like the designer herself, they were born far from the rarefied corners of Manhattan.
A Secretive Owner of Triple-Crown Contender Justify: George Soros

A Secretive Owner of Triple-Crown Contender Justify: George Soros

The jockey Mike Smith riding Justify to victory in the Kentucky Derby last month.
What We Learned From the Videos of Stephon Clark Being Killed by Police

What We Learned From the Videos of Stephon Clark Being Killed by Police

Multiple moments from the police videos mapped out in satellite imagery.

23 Seconds, 5 Critical Moments: How Stephon Clark Was Killed by the Police

At 9:26 on a Sunday evening, Stephon Clark encountered two police officers. Twenty-three seconds later, they shot and killed him. We analyzed the extensive body camera and helicopter footage
Does Praise for China Make Group a ‘Foreign Agent’? Republicans Say it Might

Does Praise for China Make Group a ‘Foreign Agent’? Republicans Say it Might

A solar farm project under construction in Huainan, China, last year. China is the world’s biggest source of carbon emissions.
Troubles in San Francisco Push Some Voters to Think Republican

Troubles in San Francisco Push Some Voters to Think Republican

Richie Greenberg, center, a Republican candidate for mayor in San Francisco, during an election night party. “There is an awakening happening here among lifelong Democrats” frustrated by problems
A Far-Right Leader Went for a Swim in Germany. His Clothes Went for a Walk.

A Far-Right Leader Went for a Swim in Germany. His Clothes Went for a Walk.

Alexander Gauland, a co-leader of the Alternative for Germany party, told his local newspaper that he had to change the locks on his house, because the keys were in his stolen trousers.
Family Separation at Border May Be Subject to Constitutional Challenge, Judge Rules

Family Separation at Border May Be Subject to Constitutional Challenge, Judge Rules

A federal judge in San Diego has refused to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union challenging the Trump administration’s practice of separating children from immigrants when