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What Is the Trade Deficit?

What Is the Trade Deficit?

Money has been flowing from China to the United States, the flip side of the U.S. trade deficit that President Trump has bemoaned.
Taliban Announce Brief Cease-Fire, Offering Afghans Hope for Lull in War

Taliban Announce Brief Cease-Fire, Offering Afghans Hope for Lull in War

Afghan police officers at the site of a suicide attack in Kabul on Monday. More than 50 members of the Afghan security forces and pro-government militias were killed overnight in three provinces,
Justice Dept. Won’t Defend DACA in Texas-Led Lawsuit

Justice Dept. Won’t Defend DACA in Texas-Led Lawsuit

Attorney General Jeff Sessions remains deeply opposed to DACA. The Justice Department, in a Friday court filing, called the program “an open-ended circumvention of immigration laws.”
Austria Closes 7 Mosques and Seeks to Expel Imams Paid by Turkey

Austria Closes 7 Mosques and Seeks to Expel Imams Paid by Turkey

In front of a mosque in Vienna on Friday. The government ordered the shutdown of four mosques in the city, and an additional three elsewhere in the country.
Tightly Guarded, Singapore Battens Down for a Summit Meeting

Tightly Guarded, Singapore Battens Down for a Summit Meeting

President Trump and Kim Jong-un are scheduled to hold their historic summit meeting at the Capella Singapore, a five-star hotel on the island of Sentosa.
Kyrie Irving Doesn’t Know if the Earth Is Round or Flat. He Does Want to Discuss It.

Kyrie Irving Doesn’t Know if the Earth Is Round or Flat. He Does Want to Discuss It.

“I wanted to open up the conversation, like, ‘Hey man, do your own research for what you want to believe in,’” said Kyrie Irving, shown at a Celtics game earlier in the season.
Trump’s New Plan to Dismantle Obamacare Comes With Political Risks

Trump’s New Plan to Dismantle Obamacare Comes With Political Risks

The Justice Department has asked a court to throw out major elements of the Affordable Care Act, including the individual mandate and the popular provision that protects those with pre-existing
Opinion: If There’s a Red Wave Election in 2018, This Will Be Why

Opinion: If There’s a Red Wave Election in 2018, This Will Be Why

Mike Braun, a Senate candidate in Indiana, with President Trump at campaign rally in May.
A Girl’s Killing Shakes Germany’s Migration Debate

A Girl’s Killing Shakes Germany’s Migration Debate

The body of a 14-year-old girl was found buried by rail tracks near Wiesbaden in southwestern Germany.
The ‘Game of Zones’ Guys Knew You Wanted a Bryan Colangelo Episode

The ‘Game of Zones’ Guys Knew You Wanted a Bryan Colangelo Episode

Craig and Adam Malamut, the creators of Bleacher Report’s animated web series “Game of Zones,” are constantly inundated with requests to base shows off news events.
Opinion: Anthony Bourdain Was the Kind of ‘Bad Boy’ We Need More Of

Opinion: Anthony Bourdain Was the Kind of ‘Bad Boy’ We Need More Of

Anthony Bourdain on New York’s Pier 57, where he was planning on building The Bourdain Market, a 100,000-square-foot food hall, in 2015.
Op-Ed Columnist: ‘Tell Them I Was Not Afraid’

Op-Ed Columnist: ‘Tell Them I Was Not Afraid’

On Dec. 15, 1941, thousands of Jews were marched to a beach in Liepaja, Latvia, forced to strip, and shot in groups of 10.
Pixar Co-Founder to Leave Disney After ‘Missteps’

Pixar Co-Founder to Leave Disney After ‘Missteps’

John Lasseter, a co-founder of Pixar, has long been one of Disney’s most important creative executives, serving as a force behind the “Toy Story,” “Cars” and “Frozen” franchises.
Press Groups Criticize the Seizing of a Times Reporter’s Records

Press Groups Criticize the Seizing of a Times Reporter’s Records

Federal prosecutors seized email and phone records from Ali Watkins, a New York Times reporter in Washington, as part of a leak investigation.
America’s Next Great Running Hope, and One of the Cruelest Twists in Youth Sports

America’s Next Great Running Hope, and One of the Cruelest Twists in Youth Sports

At track meets, Katelyn Tuohy, second from right, never seems to stop moving.
About New York: Decades Ago, New York Dug a Moat Around Its Specialized Schools

About New York: Decades Ago, New York Dug a Moat Around Its Specialized Schools

The Bronx High School of Science, one of the city’s specialized high schools. A law passed in 1971 cemented a single, competitive test as the sole means of admission to the elite schools.