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Could Southern Baptists Actually Become Feminists?

Could Southern Baptists Actually Become Feminists?

Paige Patterson, the former president of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Denmark on Pace to Advance in World Cup After Draw With Australia

Denmark on Pace to Advance in World Cup After Draw With Australia

Australia’s Mile Jedinak scored on a penalty kick to tie their match against Denmark on Thursday.
This Angel in America Takes Wing With Help From 5 Shadows

This Angel in America Takes Wing With Help From 5 Shadows

In the current revival of “Angels in America” on Broadway, the Angel takes flight with the help of Angel Shadows — one of the most remarkable elements about this Tony Award-winning production.
Suspect, 22, Is Arrested in Killing of Rapper XXXTentacion

Suspect, 22, Is Arrested in Killing of Rapper XXXTentacion

Fans mourned XXXTentacion in Florida after he was shot and killed outside a Deerfield Beach motor sports dealership on Monday.
Intel C.E.O. Brian Krzanich Resigns After Relationship With Employee

Intel C.E.O. Brian Krzanich Resigns After Relationship With Employee

Brian Krzanich, Intel’s chief executive, last year. Mr. Krzanich resigned from his executive and board member positions on Thursday.
Chicago Teenager Was Still Alive When Paramedics Covered Him With a Sheet. His Father Wants Answers.

Chicago Teenager Was Still Alive When Paramedics Covered Him With a Sheet. His Father Wants Answers.

A weapon lies in the middle of the street after a shooting on Monday in the University Village neighborhood of Chicago. Two people, including 17-year-old Erin Carey, were fatally wounded.
Chanel Publishes Annual Results for First Time in 108 Years

Chanel Publishes Annual Results for First Time in 108 Years

For the first time in its 108-year history, Chanel has published financial results. The figures show that it is a luxury giant, but that it shared them at all was a surprise.
Sara Netanyahu Indicted on Fraud Charges in Israel

Sara Netanyahu Indicted on Fraud Charges in Israel

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and his wife, Sara, in Paris in June. She was indicted on Thursday on charges that she defrauded the Israeli government of close to $100,000 in expenses.
Immigration, World Cup, Solstice: Your Thursday Briefing

Immigration, World Cup, Solstice: Your Thursday Briefing

The sun rose over Stonehenge in England today on the summer solstice, when the Earth’s Northern Hemisphere will experience sunlight for longer than any other day of the year.
The Prince Who Would Remake the World

The Prince Who Would Remake the World

Majdoleen Alateeq, left, a driving instructor, with Jawaher al-Mutlag at the Saudi Driving School at Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Police Killings Have Harmed Mental Health in Black Communities, Study Finds

Police Killings Have Harmed Mental Health in Black Communities, Study Finds

A protester with a portrait of Stephon Clark at a demonstration in Sacramento in March after Mr. Clark, who was unarmed, was shot and killed by the police there.
Chinese Fans Paid Dearly for World Cup Tickets That Never Materialized

Chinese Fans Paid Dearly for World Cup Tickets That Never Materialized

Fans greeting players after the World Cup match between Argentina and Iceland in Moscow on Saturday. One Chinese fan said he spent four times the face value for a ticket to the match that he never