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As Migrant Families Are Reunited, Some Children Don’t Recognize Their Mothers

As Migrant Families Are Reunited, Some Children Don’t Recognize Their Mothers

Milka Pablo, 35, and her 3-year-old daughter, Darly, were reunited in Phoenix on Tuesday after four months apart.
A Homecoming for Nigerians Who Fled Militants. All That’s Missing Is the ‘Home.’

A Homecoming for Nigerians Who Fled Militants. All That’s Missing Is the ‘Home.’

Buildings standing on scorched ground in Bama, Nigeria, in November. They were destroyed in the conflict with Boko Haram.
Showdown on a Trump Subpoena Could Overshadow Brett Kavanaugh’s Confirmation

Showdown on a Trump Subpoena Could Overshadow Brett Kavanaugh’s Confirmation

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, who visited the Capitol with with Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday, has expressed deep skepticism of the wisdom of forcing a sitting president to answer questions in
How Fraught Is Meeting With Russia? Just Ask Republican Senators

How Fraught Is Meeting With Russia? Just Ask Republican Senators

Senator Richard C. Shelby and his colleagues met with members of the Russian Federation Council last week in Moscow.
World Cup Brings England Together at a Time of Division

World Cup Brings England Together at a Time of Division

Celebrations in Croydon, a London suburb, after England scored its second goal against Sweden in the World Cup quarterfinal on Saturday.
Brett Kavanaugh on the Issues: Abortion, Guns, Climate and More

Brett Kavanaugh on the Issues: Abortion, Guns, Climate and More

Abortion-rights demonstrators protested outside the Supreme Court while President Trump announced Judge Brett Kavanaugh as his Supreme Court nominee on Monday.

Fact Check of the Day: Trump Falsely Claims It’s ‘Impossible’ for American Farmers to Do Business in Europe

The United States exported $11.5 billion in agricultural products to the European Union last year.
Russell Simmons Faces New Rape Accusation in a First-Person Account

Russell Simmons Faces New Rape Accusation in a First-Person Account

Russell Simmons in 2016. At least a dozen women have accused him of sexual misconduct, including one whose first-person account was published on Tuesday.
On Washington: Who Might the Court Fight Help in the Midterms? Democrats. And Republicans.

On Washington: Who Might the Court Fight Help in the Midterms? Democrats. And Republicans.

The steps of the Supreme Court, where Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh could become the newest justice.
How Rescuers Pulled Off the Impossible in a Treacherous Thai Cave

How Rescuers Pulled Off the Impossible in a Treacherous Thai Cave

This undated photo taken recently and released by the Royal Thai Navy on July 7 shows a group of Thai Navy divers in Tham Luang Cave during the rescue operation for 12 Thai boys and their soccer
About New York: The Last 9/11 Fire Chief Bows Out

About New York: The Last 9/11 Fire Chief Bows Out

Joseph Pfeifer has been a firefighter for 37 years, and was the first chief to respond on 9/11.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Center Is Sexier Than You Think

Op-Ed Columnist: The Center Is Sexier Than You Think

Max Rose, who won the Democratic primary in New York’s 11th Congressional District, which covers Staten Island and parts of Brooklyn, by staking out relatively moderate ground. He will face the
Beijing Dispatch: Was This Powerful Chinese Empress a Feminist Trailblazer?

Beijing Dispatch: Was This Powerful Chinese Empress a Feminist Trailblazer?

The Hall of Dispelling Clouds at Empress Cixi’s Summer Palace in Beijing. It was renovated in 1895 for her 60th birthday extravaganza.
Op-Ed Columnist: Brexit Meets Gravity

Op-Ed Columnist: Brexit Meets Gravity

An anti-Brexit demonstrator outside the Houses of Parliament in London, in March.
Puerto Rico Governor Wants Officer Fired Over Flag Incident Caught on Video

Puerto Rico Governor Wants Officer Fired Over Flag Incident Caught on Video

An officer with the Forest Preserve District of Cook County Police Department appeared to keep his distance while a man harassed a woman over her Puerto Rican flag shirt in a northern Chicago park.
Trump Officials Slash Grants That Help Consumers Get Obamacare

Trump Officials Slash Grants That Help Consumers Get Obamacare

Trump administration officials said the insurance counselors known as navigators did not enroll enough people to justify more spending.
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.