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Safe in Hungary, Viktor Orban Pushes His Message Across Europe

Safe in Hungary, Viktor Orban Pushes His Message Across Europe

Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary has campaigned at rallies in Slovenia for the Slovenian Democratic Party, which is led by a like-minded nationalist, Janez Jansa.
Bill Clinton Says He Doesn’t Owe Lewinsky a Private Apology in Light of #MeToo

Bill Clinton Says He Doesn’t Owe Lewinsky a Private Apology in Light of #MeToo

Former President Bill Clinton and the author James Patterson in May speaking about their book, “The President Is Missing.”
Aide Sought a New Apartment for Scott Pruitt, and an ‘Old Mattress’ From Trump Hotel

Aide Sought a New Apartment for Scott Pruitt, and an ‘Old Mattress’ From Trump Hotel

A senior aide to Scott Pruitt, the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, performed personal errands for him, according to a congressional transcript.
In Narrow Decision, Supreme Court Sides With Baker Who Turned Away Gay Couple

In Narrow Decision, Supreme Court Sides With Baker Who Turned Away Gay Couple

Jack Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, leaving the Supreme Court in December. The court said on Monday that a Colorado panel’s decision against him had been infected by religious animus.
This Knife-Wielding Mini-Monster Wants You to Back Off

This Knife-Wielding Mini-Monster Wants You to Back Off

A wispy waspfish, one of the species of stonefish that carry a retractable, switchblade-like “lachrymal saber” in the cheek.
Microsoft Buys GitHub for $7.5 Billion, Moving to Grow in Coding’s New Era

Microsoft Buys GitHub for $7.5 Billion, Moving to Grow in Coding’s New Era

A GitHub billboard being installed in San Francisco in 2014. Microsoft said on Monday that it would acquire the company for $7.5 billion.
Critic’s Notebook: Cancer Haunts a Composer’s Life and Work

Critic’s Notebook: Cancer Haunts a Composer’s Life and Work

Michael Hersch’s latest work, “I hope we get a chance to visit soon,” uses texts from emails he exchanged with a friend who died of cancer.
Supreme Court Rejects Bid to Discipline A.C.L.U.

Supreme Court Rejects Bid to Discipline A.C.L.U.

Activists demonstrated in Washington in support of a young, undocumented immigrant seeking an abortion in Texas in October.
Trump Says Appointment of Special Counsel Is ‘Totally Unconstitutional’

Trump Says Appointment of Special Counsel Is ‘Totally Unconstitutional’

President Trump said on Monday that he had the power to pardon himself, though that assertion is heavily disputed among constitutional scholars and is untested by the courts.
California Primary Election: Will Democrats Be Able to Flip House Seats?

California Primary Election: Will Democrats Be Able to Flip House Seats?

A woman walks into the entrance of an early voting location in Costa Mesa, Calif., on Monday.
The 52 Places Traveler: Place 15 of 52: A 10-Story, 90-Foot Vertical Drop, and Other Reasons to Visit Branson, Mo.

The 52 Places Traveler: Place 15 of 52: A 10-Story, 90-Foot Vertical Drop, and Other Reasons to Visit Branson, Mo.

Scenes from Branson. Clockwise from top right: The Wildfire roller coaster at Silver Dollar City Theme Park; the Ferris wheel on the Branson Strip; barbecue brisket nachos at Silver Dollar City; the
Georgia Police Officer Is Fired After Striking Man With Patrol Car

Georgia Police Officer Is Fired After Striking Man With Patrol Car

A screenshot of body camera footage showing Officer Taylor Saulters striking Timmy Patmon with his patrol car on Friday. Officer Saulters was fired the next day.
Breast Cancer, Guatemala, N.B.A. Finals: Your Monday Briefing

Breast Cancer, Guatemala, N.B.A. Finals: Your Monday Briefing

Volcán de Fuego, one of Central America’s many active volcanos, erupted in fiery explosions of ash and molten rock in Guatemala on Sunday.
Whale’s Death in Thailand Points to Global Scourge: Plastic in Oceans

Whale’s Death in Thailand Points to Global Scourge: Plastic in Oceans

Plastics were removed from the stomach of a pilot whale that died after washing ashore.
Fix the Volcker Rule, but Look for Alternatives, Too

Fix the Volcker Rule, but Look for Alternatives, Too

Jerome Powell, chairman of the Federal Reserve, has proposed a change to the Volcker Rule.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: How to Apologize (Better)

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: How to Apologize (Better)

A day after her show was canceled as the result of an insensitive tweet she had written, Roseanne Barr was back on Twitter, writing posts that swung from apologetic to combative.
The Best Asian Food in North America? Try British Columbia

The Best Asian Food in North America? Try British Columbia

The Night Market “is where people in Richmond go to eat after they have dinner.”