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Op-Ed Columnist: North Korea, Trump and Human Rights

Op-Ed Columnist: North Korea, Trump and Human Rights

North Koreans in 2013 bowed before portraits of their two deceased leaders, Kim Jong-il and his father, Kim Il-sung, in Pyongyang.
Sorrow and Questions in a French Village After Anthony Bourdain’s Suicide

Sorrow and Questions in a French Village After Anthony Bourdain’s Suicide

Notes and photographs left in memory of Anthony Bourdain at the closed location of Brasserie Les Halles in New York, where Mr. Bourdain used to work as the executive chef.
In the Trump Administration, Science Is Unwelcome. So Is Advice.

In the Trump Administration, Science Is Unwelcome. So Is Advice.

President Trump is the first president since 1941 not to name a science adviser.
In Newark, Police Cameras, and the Internet, Watch You

In Newark, Police Cameras, and the Internet, Watch You

Pedestrians walk under a newly installed surveillance camera in Newark, one of dozens of cameras that are part of a Police Department program that gives the public access to real-time video feeds and
Malaysia Steps Up $4.5 Billion Corruption Inquiry

Malaysia Steps Up $4.5 Billion Corruption Inquiry

Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad of Malaysia has made the investigation and recovery of the billions of dollars missing from a state investment fund a top priority for his government.
Turkish Opposition Hopes 4 Parties Are Mightier Than 1 Against Erdogan

Turkish Opposition Hopes 4 Parties Are Mightier Than 1 Against Erdogan

Muharrem Ince, the leading opposition candidate for president, at a rally in Istanbul.
What to Do When a Loved One Is Severely Depressed

What to Do When a Loved One Is Severely Depressed

At a suicide prevention event at Walla Walla High School in Walla Walla, Wash., last month, participants choose necklaces of different colors representing how suicide had affected their lives.
On Tennis: Simona Halep Breaks Through in French Open, Winning Her First Major Title

On Tennis: Simona Halep Breaks Through in French Open, Winning Her First Major Title

Simona Halep celebrated her victory in the French Open women’s singles final on Saturday in Paris.
Trump Refuses to Sign G-7 Statement and Calls Trudeau ‘Weak’

Trump Refuses to Sign G-7 Statement and Calls Trudeau ‘Weak’

A photo posted by a spokesman for Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany showed the Group of 7 leaders on Saturday. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan is next to John Bolton, the United States national
News Analysis: Trump’s Blasts Upend G-7, Alienating Oldest Allies

News Analysis: Trump’s Blasts Upend G-7, Alienating Oldest Allies

President Trump at the Group of 7 meeting in Canada on Friday. The president finds himself isolated on the global stage.
Meeting With Kim Tests Trump’s Dealmaking Swagger

Meeting With Kim Tests Trump’s Dealmaking Swagger

President Trump this month at the White House with Kim Yong-chol, left, North Korea’s top nuclear arms negotiator, and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Pope Tells Oil Executives to Act on Climate: ‘There Is No Time to Lose’

Pope Tells Oil Executives to Act on Climate: ‘There Is No Time to Lose’

Pope Francis has called for swift action to care for the environment and the planet.
atmosphere: The Rich Are Planning to Leave This Wretched Planet

atmosphere: The Rich Are Planning to Leave This Wretched Planet

This rendering could be of you, in space, if Axiom builds its space station, and you pay them $50 million.
Trilobites: This Device Helps Fish Make It Out of the Twilight Zone Alive

Trilobites: This Device Helps Fish Make It Out of the Twilight Zone Alive

Divers collect fish with a portable decompression chamber developed to help scientists study species from the ocean's mesophotic zone.

How Good Is the Trump Economy, Really?

It depends on whether you look at the level, the direction or the rate of change — three concepts that are often conflated.