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How ‘The Incredibles’ Got an Upgrade

How ‘The Incredibles’ Got an Upgrade

Now: In the sequel, the Parrs, a.k.a. Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl and their children, are set against a more layered background.
Review: ‘Tag,’ You’re It. Playing the Long Game Into Middle Age.

Review: ‘Tag,’ You’re It. Playing the Long Game Into Middle Age.

From left, Jake Johnson, Ed Helms and Jon Hamm in “Tag,” based on a Wall Street Journal article about a game that stretched for years.
For Some in Tunisia, Ramadan Is a Test of Personal Freedom

For Some in Tunisia, Ramadan Is a Test of Personal Freedom

A protest against rules forbidding most restaurants and cafes from opening during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in Tunis last month.
Inside the Former Walmart That Is Now a Shelter for Almost 1,500 Migrant Children

Inside the Former Walmart That Is Now a Shelter for Almost 1,500 Migrant Children

A section of fencing delineating the border between Mexico and the United States in Brownsville, Tex. Shelters set up to house migrants who crossed the border illegally have become big business in
Goldman Made Millions in Malaysia. Malaysia Hopes to Claw Some Back.

Goldman Made Millions in Malaysia. Malaysia Hopes to Claw Some Back.

Malaysia’s new finance minister, Lim Guan Eng, center, said the government would “seek some claims” from Goldman Sachs, which helped raise billions of dollars for the 1MDB state investment fund. The
World Cup 2018: Russia Throttles Saudi Arabia in Home Opener

World Cup 2018: Russia Throttles Saudi Arabia in Home Opener

Saudi Arabia goalkeeper Abdullah Al-Mayouf making a save in the first half.
North Korea, World Cup, Apple: Your Thursday Briefing

North Korea, World Cup, Apple: Your Thursday Briefing

Yemeni forces backed by a Saudi-led coalition during an attack on the port city of Al Hudaydah, Yemen, on Wednesday. Eight million people are at risk of starvation in the country.
They Let 71 People Die in Stifling Truck. They Got 25 Years.

They Let 71 People Die in Stifling Truck. They Got 25 Years.

A prayer service in Vienna in 2015 for four of the migrants who died in the locked truck that was abandoned by smugglers beside a highway.
Conservative Religious Leaders Are Denouncing Trump Immigration Policies

Conservative Religious Leaders Are Denouncing Trump Immigration Policies

With children and parents being separated at the border, the Southern Baptist Convention has called for immigration reform that maintains “the priority of family unity.”
Update: After Violence, Congo’s Virunga National Park Closes for the Year

Update: After Violence, Congo’s Virunga National Park Closes for the Year

Elephants in Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The park will be closed until 2019, after the kidnapping of two tourists and a guide, and the killing of a park ranger.
U.S. Insists Sanctions Will Remain Until North Korea Denuclearizes

U.S. Insists Sanctions Will Remain Until North Korea Denuclearizes

President Trump said the United States would end joint military exercises with South Korea, like this one in October. North Korea has long objected to the drills.
Restraining Order Issued Against Stan Lee’s Supposed Guardian

Restraining Order Issued Against Stan Lee’s Supposed Guardian

Stan Lee, left, and Keya Morgan earlier this year. Mr. Morgan was arrested and charged with filing a false report in connection with Mr. Lee, and was accused by a lawyer of “unduly influencing” him.
What to Watch For in Today’s Report on the F.B.I.’s Clinton Emails Investigation

What to Watch For in Today’s Report on the F.B.I.’s Clinton Emails Investigation

The Justice Department. The department’s inspector general, Michael E. Horowitz, began his investigation last year to scrutinize the actions of top F.B.I. officials at the time.
Overlooked No More: Fannie Farmer, Modern Cookery’s Pioneer

Overlooked No More: Fannie Farmer, Modern Cookery’s Pioneer

Fannie Merritt Farmer, left, with a student at the Boston Cooking School, where she taught. Farmer helped bring cooking into the modern age, and her book became a primary reference source in many
New York Today: New York Today: How the City’s Elite High Schools Are Changing

New York Today: New York Today: How the City’s Elite High Schools Are Changing

Mayor Bill de Blasio proposed eliminating the Specialized High School Admissions Test, which would affect eight of the city’s nine specialized high schools.
What Happens if Mass Starvation Takes Hold in Yemen?

What Happens if Mass Starvation Takes Hold in Yemen?

Pro-government fighters in Yemen carrying explosives thought to have been dropped by Houthi rebels, around Al Hudaydah, this month.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: How Much Can Democrats Count on Suburban Liberals?

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: How Much Can Democrats Count on Suburban Liberals?

A clever study of commuters explored the reliability of suburban liberalism and found it wanting.

Adem Bunkeddeko in the Ninth District

Residents of central Brooklyn deserve a more energetic representative in Congress, and the challenger is impressive.