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Anne Frank’s Family Was Thwarted by United States Immigration Rules, New Research Shows

Anne Frank’s Family Was Thwarted by United States Immigration Rules, New Research Shows

A new report described how Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father, ran into roadblocks when he tried to escape the Nazis and immigrate to the United States. He was the only member of his immediate family to
The Lure of the Surfing Life

The Lure of the Surfing Life

Two volunteers leading the author’s son into the ocean at Long Beach, N.Y.
Star Flutist Sues Boston Symphony Over Pay Equity

Star Flutist Sues Boston Symphony Over Pay Equity

The Boston Symphony Orchestra performing at Carnegie Hall in April. The orchestra’s principal flutist says she is paid less than her closest comparable colleague, who is a man.
Trump Administration Says It Needs More Time to Reunite Migrant Families

Trump Administration Says It Needs More Time to Reunite Migrant Families

Children at a United States Border Patrol facility in Tucson, Ariz., in June.
The Interpreter: Why Europe Could Melt Down Over a Simple Question of Borders

The Interpreter: Why Europe Could Melt Down Over a Simple Question of Borders

Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary and Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany on Thursday.
Indiana Attorney General, Accused of Groping, Faces Calls for Resignation

Indiana Attorney General, Accused of Groping, Faces Calls for Resignation

Curtis Hill this year in Elkhart, Ind. He denied the accusations against him in a statement this week and said he had no plans to step down.
Atlacomulco Dispatch: Mexico Town’s Identity Was Defined by 1 Party. Then, the People Turned on It.

Atlacomulco Dispatch: Mexico Town’s Identity Was Defined by 1 Party. Then, the People Turned on It.

The recently renovated central square in Atlacomulco, in the state of Mexico, long a stronghold of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI.
Yad Vashem Rebukes Israeli and Polish Governments Over Holocaust Law

Yad Vashem Rebukes Israeli and Polish Governments Over Holocaust Law

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel at the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial center in Jerusalem in April. The center on Thursday criticized Mr. Netanyahu and his Polish counterpart over a joint
London Mayor Allows ‘Trump Baby’ Balloon for President’s Trip to U.K.

London Mayor Allows ‘Trump Baby’ Balloon for President’s Trip to U.K.

The giant balloon will still need final approval from the Metropolitan Police and from British air traffic control before it can be flown near Parliament in London.
In This Play About Race, ‘People Need to Be Uncomfortable’

In This Play About Race, ‘People Need to Be Uncomfortable’

The playwright Jackie Sibblies Drury, right, with the actress MaYaa Boateng, at Soho Rep, where “Fairview” is being staged. Some say the play goes too far, and others say it doesn’t go far enough.
Border Patrol Stops Canadian Fishermen in Disputed Waters Off Maine

Border Patrol Stops Canadian Fishermen in Disputed Waters Off Maine

Border Patrol officers in boats have stopped at least 10 Canadian fishing vessels near Machias Seal Island off Maine in recent weeks, fishermen said. “There is no illegal immigration going on there,”
Update: F.A.A. Declines to Regulate Airplane Seat Size

Update: F.A.A. Declines to Regulate Airplane Seat Size

The agency stated “that seat width and pitch, even in combination with increasing passenger size, do not hamper the speed of an evacuation.”
Ocasio-Cortez’s Next Task: Empowering Other Female Outsiders to Win

Ocasio-Cortez’s Next Task: Empowering Other Female Outsiders to Win

After her stunning upset of Representative Joseph Crowley, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez immediately began leveraging her overnight fame to promote other progressive candidates.