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The Conversation: Maybe We Don’t Deserve John McCain

The Conversation: Maybe We Don’t Deserve John McCain

John McCain announced his run for the 2000 Republican presidential nomination at a rally in Nashua, N.H., in 1999.
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Attacks Trump for Tweeting About ‘Jobs in China’

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Attacks Trump for Tweeting About ‘Jobs in China’

Stephen Colbert said, “As an American, I do not want some Chinese company spying on me. I want Facebook to do it.”
Meet the People Who Can’t Get Enough Hotel Points (You’ll Learn Something)

Meet the People Who Can’t Get Enough Hotel Points (You’ll Learn Something)

Stephanie Franco showed Bob Pape her cat-themed socks at the Marriott Rewards Insiders gathering in Arlington, Va.
Georgia State, Leading U.S. in Black Graduates, Is Engine of Social Mobility

Georgia State, Leading U.S. in Black Graduates, Is Engine of Social Mobility

Family members held a banner with pictures of Shantil Jones after the Georgia State commencement ceremony.
The 52 Places Traveler: Place 12 of 52: In Denver, a Mile High but Down to Earth

The 52 Places Traveler: Place 12 of 52: In Denver, a Mile High but Down to Earth

Clockwise from top right: Rajas and calabacitas enchilada at Kachina Cantina at the Maven Hotel; the Clyfford Still Museum; bike shares outside the flagship REI store; morning in Confluence Park.
The Long-Running Pasta Show of Queens

The Long-Running Pasta Show of Queens

Cassinelli makes and sells three dozen varieties of pasta, including mushroom ravioli, from a small storefront on 23rd Avenue in Astoria in Queens.
Cannes, Where Weinstein Reigned, Reckons With #MeToo Fallout

Cannes, Where Weinstein Reigned, Reckons With #MeToo Fallout

Women staged a rally on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday to highlight gender inequality there. It is the first edition of the festival since allegations of sexual harassment were
Which Poor People Shouldn’t Have to Work for Aid?

Which Poor People Shouldn’t Have to Work for Aid?

Many areas of Detroit have struggled for decades, and its limited public transit doesn’t extend to many of the region’s jobs.
Letter of Recommendation: Letter of Recommendation: Drew Barrymore’s ‘Little Girl Lost’

Letter of Recommendation: Letter of Recommendation: Drew Barrymore’s ‘Little Girl Lost’

It’s more than just a memoir: It’s logistically stupefying, touching and absolutely packed with choice late-’80s gossip.
National Guard Has Eyes on the Border. But They’re Not Watching Mexico.

National Guard Has Eyes on the Border. But They’re Not Watching Mexico.

Members of the National Guard at an outpost along the Rio Grande in Starr County, Tex., in April. They avoided gazing directly into Mexico.
Lens: 50 Years After Their Mug Shots, Portraits of Mississippi’s Freedom Riders

Lens: 50 Years After Their Mug Shots, Portraits of Mississippi’s Freedom Riders

Gloria Bouknight, at 20 years old, and at 74 in 2015. While living in New York City, she discovered the Congress of Racial Equality, or CORE, on a visit to Harlem, and became an active member. Since
Windshield Shatters on Plane in China, Pulling Pilot Partly Through Window

Windshield Shatters on Plane in China, Pulling Pilot Partly Through Window

Workers at an airport in Chengdu, China, inspect a Sichuan Airlines plane that made an emergency landing after a cockpit windshield broke off on Monday.
The World Wants Air-Conditioning. That Could Warm the World.

The World Wants Air-Conditioning. That Could Warm the World.

Air-conditioners on a building in Fuzhou, China. A new report predicts that the number of air-conditioning units worldwide will rise from 1.6 billion today to 5.6 billion by midcentury.
Paris Journal: Sons of Immigrants Prop Up a Symbol of ‘Frenchness’: The Baguette

Paris Journal: Sons of Immigrants Prop Up a Symbol of ‘Frenchness’: The Baguette

Mahmoud M’seddi at his bakery, which he calls a “laboratory,” in Paris. He is the latest child of immigrants to excel at keeping the French baguette tradition alive.