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Pruitt’s Resignation Is Just the Beginning

Pruitt’s Resignation Is Just the Beginning

Scott Pruitt watched as President Trump spoke to cabinet members at a meeting last month.
Making America Unemployed Again

Making America Unemployed Again

A Harley-Davidson motorcycle engine being assembled at the company’s powertrain operations plant in Menomonee Falls, Wis.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Down and Out in San Francisco on $117,000

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Down and Out in San Francisco on $117,000

London Breed campaigning for mayor in San Francisco. Elected last month, she has vowed to remove homeless encampments from the city within a year.
If It’s on ‘Love Island,’ Britain’s Talking About It

If It’s on ‘Love Island,’ Britain’s Talking About It

Foreground, from left, Adam Collard, Rosie Anna Williams, Alex George and Samira Mighty on the British reality show hit “Love Island.”
The Rise of the Stressed-Out Urban Camper

The Rise of the Stressed-Out Urban Camper

“The views are fantastic,” said Damon Willmott of Brooklyn, who had booked two tents for his family of four on Governors Island. “It’s great somebody’s done this in New York.”
New Buildings Rise in Flood Zones

New Buildings Rise in Flood Zones

A rendering of the proposed Plaxall rezoning of Anable Basin in Long Island City.
Amy McGrath Set Her Sights on the Marines and Now Congress. Her Mother Is the Reason.

Amy McGrath Set Her Sights on the Marines and Now Congress. Her Mother Is the Reason.

Dr. Marianne McGrath, the mother of the congressional candidate Amy McGrath, at her home in Edgewood, Ky. “Did I think she would run for office? No,” Dr. McGrath said. “Not until this last
ISIS May Be Waning, but Global Threats of Terrorism Continue to Spread

ISIS May Be Waning, but Global Threats of Terrorism Continue to Spread

Somali soldiers last month at the site of an attack by the Shabab in which an American soldier was killed and four others were injured.
In a Migrant Shelter Classroom, ‘It’s Always Like the First Day of School’

In a Migrant Shelter Classroom, ‘It’s Always Like the First Day of School’

Children playing at Casa Presidente, a shelter in Brownsville, Tex. Shelters and detention facilities for migrants are ramping up their roles as makeshift schools.
Pompeo Arrives in North Korea to Try to Curb Its Nuclear Program

Pompeo Arrives in North Korea to Try to Curb Its Nuclear Program

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, second from right, being greeted by Kim Yong-chol, a senior aide to North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, in Pyongyang on Friday.
Neymar and the Art of the Dive

Neymar and the Art of the Dive

Forward Neymar of Brazil was criticized heavily and accused of diving and faking an injury in a World Cup match on Monday against Mexico.
On Soccer: When the World’s Greatest Soccer Players Gather, Scouts Stay Away

On Soccer: When the World’s Greatest Soccer Players Gather, Scouts Stay Away

Tottenham Hotspur, under Manager Osvaldo Ardiles, acquired Jurgen Klinsmann after he scored five goals in five games for Germany at the 1994 World Cup.