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‘The Blue Wave Came’: Win for Non-Hispanic Democrat Signals Big Shift in Miami

‘The Blue Wave Came’: Win for Non-Hispanic Democrat Signals Big Shift in Miami

Eileen Higgins, center, was elected to the Miami-Dade County Commission, representing the Little Havana neighborhood.
Trump Pressures Saudi Arabia to Increase Oil Production

Trump Pressures Saudi Arabia to Increase Oil Production

President Trump tweeted on Saturday that Saudi Arabia’s King Salman has agreed to increase oil production. In a statement, Saudi Arabia said he had spoken to Mr. Trump, but the nation did not cite any
Annapolis Mourns Capital Gazette Shooting Victims: ‘They Were Part of Us’

Annapolis Mourns Capital Gazette Shooting Victims: ‘They Were Part of Us’

A vigil on Friday for the victims of the shooting at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Md. “For a moment yesterday, the sword was mightier,” said Pat Furgurson, a reporter for The Capital, at the
Belgium Honors Congolese Leader It Helped Overthrow

Belgium Honors Congolese Leader It Helped Overthrow

Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba of Congo in New York in 1960.
San Francisco Is So Expensive, You Can Make Six Figures and Still Be ‘Low Income’

San Francisco Is So Expensive, You Can Make Six Figures and Still Be ‘Low Income’

Houses near the Bay Bridge in picturesque, but prohibitively pricey, San Francisco. Housing costs have skyrocketed as the tech industry has drawn lots of high-paid workers to the area.
The Philadelphia History Museum Is Closing Its Doors (Maybe for Good)

The Philadelphia History Museum Is Closing Its Doors (Maybe for Good)

The Philadelphia History Museum can no longer afford to have public viewing hours.
Parents and Children Remain Separated by Miles and Bureaucracy

Parents and Children Remain Separated by Miles and Bureaucracy

Yeni González and her lawyer, José Xavier Orochena, after her release from immigration detention in Arizona. She is seeking to be reunited with her children who are in New York.
Can Elon Musk and Tesla Reinvent the Way Cars Are Made?

Can Elon Musk and Tesla Reinvent the Way Cars Are Made?

Elon Musk, Tesla’s chief executive, sees the success of the Model 3 as a crucial step on the way to offering a broad range of models and leading the transition to emissions-free transportation.
Messi Exits the World Cup. Hours Later, So Does Ronaldo.

Messi Exits the World Cup. Hours Later, So Does Ronaldo.

Soccer’s two biggest stars for the last decade, Cristiano Ronaldo, left, of Portugal, and Lionel Messi, right, of Argentina, were both ousted from the World Cup on Saturday.
At Toys ‘R’ Us, ‘There Is Nothing Left’: The Day It Closed for Good

At Toys ‘R’ Us, ‘There Is Nothing Left’: The Day It Closed for Good

Toys ‘R’ Us closed the last of its 735 stores across the country this week. Cheryl Claude, center, an assistant manager in Woodbridge, N.J., worked until the last day, Thursday.
For Wimbledon’s Grass, It’s Not Easy Being Green

For Wimbledon’s Grass, It’s Not Easy Being Green

Andy Murray vs. Sam Querrey on Centre Court at Wimbledon last year. Murray said that the court had visible divots and was in poor shape compared to previous years.
Bavaria: Affluent, Picturesque — and Angry

Bavaria: Affluent, Picturesque — and Angry

A regional festival in Baierbrunn, a municipality near Munich, Germany. Traditional outfits are gaining greater popularity in Bavaria, even among young people.
SURFACING: Conjuring Spirits in Florida

SURFACING: Conjuring Spirits in Florida

The Sarasota Center of Light, formerly the Shrine of the Master Church. The church's former symbol is still visible on the exterior of the sanctuary facing Tuttle Avenue.
Kennedy’s Retirement Could Threaten Efforts to End Partisan Gerrymandering

Kennedy’s Retirement Could Threaten Efforts to End Partisan Gerrymandering

The war against partisan gerrymanders seemed poised for victory. Then Justice Anthony M. Kennedy retired.
Spain’s Migrant Wave Grows, Even as Europe’s Subsides

Spain’s Migrant Wave Grows, Even as Europe’s Subsides

Migrants keeping warm in Red Cross blankets after arriving at the harbor in Málaga, Spain, earlier this month. A Red Cross coordinator in the area said the situation there had “reached a critical