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Op-Ed Columnist: Ivanka and Vodka, on the Rocks

Op-Ed Columnist: Ivanka and Vodka, on the Rocks

Ivanka Trump hasn’t had the influence on her father and his presidency that many people hoped for.
Germany’s World Cup Is Saved in the Blink of an Eye (and Flick of a Foot)

Germany’s World Cup Is Saved in the Blink of an Eye (and Flick of a Foot)

Germany’s Toni Kroos celebrated scoring what turned out to be the game-winning goal against Sweden.
Thermostats, Locks and Lights: Digital Tools of Domestic Abuse

Thermostats, Locks and Lights: Digital Tools of Domestic Abuse

In training sessions on domestic violence and technology, people have started asking about how to handle the use of connected home devices in abuse situations, said Erica Olsen, director of the Safety
Their Friend Died in a Hit-and-Run. Can They Take on Car Culture in Los Angeles?

Their Friend Died in a Hit-and-Run. Can They Take on Car Culture in Los Angeles?

A “ghost bike” rests next to a roadway in South Los Angeles as a part of the memorial for Frederick Frazier, a cyclist killed in a hit-and-run accident in April.
Turkey’s Election: What to Watch For

Turkey’s Election: What to Watch For

A rally in Istanbul this month in support of Mr. Erdogan.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders Was Asked to Leave Restaurant Over White House Work

Sarah Huckabee Sanders Was Asked to Leave Restaurant Over White House Work

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, this month at the Rose Garden. Her encounter at a Virginia restaurant is the third time this past week in which a Trump administration official
Saudis, Saying They Heard Price Complaints, Are Raising Oil Production

Saudis, Saying They Heard Price Complaints, Are Raising Oil Production

Khalid al-Falih, the Saudi energy minister, before the start of the meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries on Friday.
Is the Border in Crisis? ‘We’re Doing Fine, Quite Frankly,’ a Border City Mayor Says

Is the Border in Crisis? ‘We’re Doing Fine, Quite Frankly,’ a Border City Mayor Says

A Border Patrol vehicle parked near the border fence in Brownsville, Tex. While President Trump has cited an immigration “crisis,” Brownsville officials disagree.
Love Story: Mexico Wins Again and Its Fans Roar for the Coach

Love Story: Mexico Wins Again and Its Fans Roar for the Coach

South Korea’s Kim Young-gwon reacted after Mexico scored its second goal on Saturday.
As Critics Assail Trump, His Supporters Dig In Deeper

As Critics Assail Trump, His Supporters Dig In Deeper

Supporters cheered for President Trump during a campaign rally in Duluth, Minn., on Wednesday.
Telemundo Has a Big Goal: Win the World Cup

Telemundo Has a Big Goal: Win the World Cup

Telemundo’s new $250 million headquarters in Miami reflects the Spanish-language network’s ambition to topple the market leader, Univision, in part with sports programming.
Cairo Dispatch: Even With Mo Salah in the World Cup, Egypt Can’t Seem to Catch a Break

Cairo Dispatch: Even With Mo Salah in the World Cup, Egypt Can’t Seem to Catch a Break

A coffee shop in Cairo featured a mural of Mohamed Salah, Egypt’s star striker who has become a national hero.
Katie Arrington, South Carolina Candidate Who Beat Mark Sanford, Is Seriously Hurt in Crash

Katie Arrington, South Carolina Candidate Who Beat Mark Sanford, Is Seriously Hurt in Crash

Katie Arrington, who defeated Mark Sanford, a former governor of South Carolina who was once seen as a possible candidate for president, was seriously injured in a car crash on Friday night, her