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Finding Drama in Solitary Confinement

Finding Drama in Solitary Confinement

Can Dundar in Berlin in April. “We Are Arrested,” the book he wrote while imprisoned in Turkey, has been turned into a play by the Royal Shakespeare Company in Britain.
North Korea’s Big Moment Is Upended by Trump

North Korea’s Big Moment Is Upended by Trump

A satellite image of the Punggye-ri nuclear test site in North Korea, before its demolition on Thursday.
North Korea, N.F.L., ‘Arrested Development’: Your Thursday Briefing

North Korea, N.F.L., ‘Arrested Development’: Your Thursday Briefing

Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, has been granted his security clearance, ending a period of uncertainty.
Why Is Elon Musk Attacking the Media? We Explain. (Also, Give Us a Good Rating!)

Why Is Elon Musk Attacking the Media? We Explain. (Also, Give Us a Good Rating!)

Elon Musk has occasionally struck a combative tone on Twitter in recent weeks. On Wednesday he singled out the “holier-than-thou hypocrisy of big media companies.”
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: President Trump Is a Very Political Animal

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: President Trump Is a Very Political Animal

The Republican nominee speaking to an American Legion convention in Ohio in September 2016.
Op-Ed Columnist: Did the F.B.I. Save Trump’s Presidency?

Op-Ed Columnist: Did the F.B.I. Save Trump’s Presidency?

James Clapper, former director of National Intelligence, leaving a closed hearing before the Senate Select Intelligence Committee last week.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Elevation of Imprecision

Op-Ed Columnist: The Elevation of Imprecision

President Trump speaking to the media before boarding Air Force One.
Canceling of Trump-Kim Meeting Upends Asia but Could Help China

Canceling of Trump-Kim Meeting Upends Asia but Could Help China

The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, left, and President Xi Jinping of China this month in Dalian, China, where the two seemed more friendly than in a previous meeting.
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Blasts Trump for Using the Term ‘Spygate’

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Blasts Trump for Using the Term ‘Spygate’

Stephen Colbert pointed out to President Trump that “spygate” has been used before.
36 Hours: 36 Hours in Chattanooga

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Chattanooga

A view of the Tennessee River and the Hunter Museum of American Art from the Walnut Street Bridge.
As Balloons Drop for Cuomo, Nixon Works a Tough Convention Crowd

As Balloons Drop for Cuomo, Nixon Works a Tough Convention Crowd

At the New York Democratic convention, Cynthia Nixon drew less than 5 percent of the delegate vote and was not provided a microphone when she addressed the party’s progressive caucus on Wednesday.
California’s ‘Top-Two’ Primary: Here’s How It All Works

California’s ‘Top-Two’ Primary: Here’s How It All Works

From left, Mai Khanh Tran; Ashley Nicole Black, a correspondent for “Full Frontal With Samantha Bee”; Andy Thorburn; and Sam Jammal, at a candidate forum on Saturday. Ms. Tran, Mr. Thorburn and Mr.
How a 4-Hour Battle Between Russian Mercenaries and U.S. Commandos Unfolded in Syria

How a 4-Hour Battle Between Russian Mercenaries and U.S. Commandos Unfolded in Syria

United States F-22 stealth fighter jets above Syria, where the prospect of Russian military forces and American troops colliding has long been feared as the Cold War adversaries take opposing sides in
‘Uncle Drew’: Branding Vehicle or Feature Film? Yes

‘Uncle Drew’: Branding Vehicle or Feature Film? Yes

Kyrie Irving, with the basketball, as the title character in “Uncle Drew.”
In Bitter Exchange, Pompeo Defends His Concerns for Diplomats’ Security

In Bitter Exchange, Pompeo Defends His Concerns for Diplomats’ Security

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo testified before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Wednesday.
Imagining a World Ruled by Women

Imagining a World Ruled by Women

Yael Bartana’s “What If Women Ruled the World?” at the Berlin Volksbühne.
Overlooked No More: She Followed a Trail to Wyoming. Then She Blazed One.

Overlooked No More: She Followed a Trail to Wyoming. Then She Blazed One.

Esther Hobart Morris, the first female justice of the peace in the United States.