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Kim Jong-un Returns to China, This Time With Leverage

Kim Jong-un Returns to China, This Time With Leverage

As the United States and China drift toward a trade war, Kim Jong-un finds himself in what analysts see as an enviable position.
Trump to Issue Rule That Weakens Affordable Care Act

Trump to Issue Rule That Weakens Affordable Care Act

President Trump has promoted “association health plans” as a way for people to obtain cheaper coverage.
Mexico’s World Cup Captain Is on a U.S. Blacklist

Mexico’s World Cup Captain Is on a U.S. Blacklist

President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico holding up a national team jersey given to him by the team captain Rafael Márquez.
IBM Unveils System That ‘Debates’ With Humans

IBM Unveils System That ‘Debates’ With Humans

Before a big debate, even an artificial intelligence system gets a rehearsal. Noa Ovadia, a college senior who won an Israeli championship in 2016, helped put the IBM Debater through its paces Sunday
Review: Waiting for Po-Po in a Searing ‘Pass Over’

Review: Waiting for Po-Po in a Searing ‘Pass Over’

Jon Michael Hill (kneeling) and Namir Smallwood as the main characters and Gabriel Ebert as a police officer in Antoinette Nwandu’s play “Pass Over.”
Review: A Cool-Tempered ‘Othello’ for Warm Central Park Nights

Review: A Cool-Tempered ‘Othello’ for Warm Central Park Nights

Chukwudi Iwuji as Othello and Heather Lind as Desdemona in a new Shakespeare in the Park production of “Othello.”
A Troubling Prognosis for Migrant Children in Detention: ‘The Earlier They’re Out, the Better’

A Troubling Prognosis for Migrant Children in Detention: ‘The Earlier They’re Out, the Better’

Migrants from Central America were taken into custody last week by Border Patrol agents near McAllen, Tex.
Trenton Grieves After Shooting at Event That Was ‘a Beacon’

Trenton Grieves After Shooting at Event That Was ‘a Beacon’

A few blocks from the gleaming State House in Trenton, there are boarded-up buildings.
How Anti-Immigration Passion Was Inflamed From the Fringe

How Anti-Immigration Passion Was Inflamed From the Fringe

Stephen Miller, President Trump’s top policy adviser, has championed the administration’s “zero tolerance” approach to illegal immigration.
Editorial: A Siberian Prisoner Spoils Putin’s Extravaganza

Editorial: A Siberian Prisoner Spoils Putin’s Extravaganza

A protest in Moscow on behalf of Oleg Sentsov, who is on a hunger strike in a Siberian penal colony.
Napoleon’s Hat, Dropped at Waterloo, Is Picked Up at Auction for $400,000

Napoleon’s Hat, Dropped at Waterloo, Is Picked Up at Auction for $400,000

Even damaged goods attract deep-pocketed buyers when associated with Napoleon. This battered hat brought over $400,000 at auction.
New Charges in Huge C.I.A. Breach Known as Vault 7

New Charges in Huge C.I.A. Breach Known as Vault 7

Joshua A. Schulte had been the main suspect in one of the worst losses of classified documents in C.I.A. history.
Pentagon Suspends Major War Game With South Korea

Pentagon Suspends Major War Game With South Korea

A joint South Korean and American military exercise in April 2017. President Trump announced last week that he was ending war games with the South as an inducement for North Korea to dismantle its
‘Incredibles 2’ Moviegoers Warned About Possible Seizures

‘Incredibles 2’ Moviegoers Warned About Possible Seizures

Flashing lights in scenes in “Incredibles 2” with the villain Screenslaver could cause seizures in some people with epilepsy.
Forget Tax Cuts. Trump Wants to Rally the G.O.P. Base Over Immigration.

Forget Tax Cuts. Trump Wants to Rally the G.O.P. Base Over Immigration.

Supporters of President Trump gathered outside of a forum where he discussed the gang MS-13 at the Morrelly Homeland Security Center in Bethpage, N.Y., last month.
Judge Rejects Kansas Law Requiring Voters to Show Proof of Citizenship

Judge Rejects Kansas Law Requiring Voters to Show Proof of Citizenship

Kris W. Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state, is seeking the Republican nomination for governor. He has emerged as a national figure on voting limits.
DealBook: Financial World’s A-List Could Take Hollywood’s Cue on Inclusion

DealBook: Financial World’s A-List Could Take Hollywood’s Cue on Inclusion

Frances McDormand pushed for diversity during her acceptance speech at the Academy Awards.