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In Japan, Too, Outrageous Is the New Normal

In Japan, Too, Outrageous Is the New Normal

Japan’s finance minister, Taro Aso, and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan sharing words in the Diet, in May.
Italy’s New Populist Government Turns Away Ship With 600 Migrants Aboard

Italy’s New Populist Government Turns Away Ship With 600 Migrants Aboard

Interior Minister Matteo Salvini after a cabinet meeting in Rome this month. “Rescuing lives is a duty, transforming Italy into an enormous refugee camp is not,” Mr. Salvini wrote on Facebook on
New York City Housing Authority, Accused of Endangering Residents, Agrees to Oversight

New York City Housing Authority, Accused of Endangering Residents, Agrees to Oversight

Federal prosecutors in Manhattan said the New York City Housing Authority, which owns the Queensbridge Houses in Long Island City, lied about its failure to comply with lead paint regulations.
Supreme Court Upholds Ohio’s Purge of Voting Rolls

Supreme Court Upholds Ohio’s Purge of Voting Rolls

Voting on Primary Day in Cincinnati last month. Ohio has been more aggressive than any other state in purging its voter rolls.
As Trump-Kim Summit Nears, President Is Confident, but Wide Gaps Remain

As Trump-Kim Summit Nears, President Is Confident, but Wide Gaps Remain

President Trump, flanked by aides, had lunch on Monday with officials in Singapore as the flurry of preparations continued for his meeting on Tuesday with Kim Jong-un of North Korea.
U.N. and Red Cross Pull Out of Yemeni City, Fearing Assault by Arab Coalition

U.N. and Red Cross Pull Out of Yemeni City, Fearing Assault by Arab Coalition

Fighters loyal to the government of Yemen carrying explosives thought to have been dropped by Houthi rebels around Al Hudaydah on Friday.
On Pro Basketball: The Golden State Warriors Know Dynasties Aren’t Easy

On Pro Basketball: The Golden State Warriors Know Dynasties Aren’t Easy

The Warriors celebrated their second straight N.B.A. championship on Friday, but continued dominance is far from a given.
The Stone: The Philosopher as Bad Dad

The Stone: The Philosopher as Bad Dad

Roger de la Fresnaye, Study for Paludes, c. 1920
Singapore, Tony Awards, Anthony Bourdain: Your Monday Briefing

Singapore, Tony Awards, Anthony Bourdain: Your Monday Briefing

A scene from “The Band’s Visit,” an adaptation of a 2007 Israeli film about an Egyptian police band. The work won 10 Tony Awards, including best new musical.
Vietnamese Protest an Opening for Chinese Territorial Interests

Vietnamese Protest an Opening for Chinese Territorial Interests

Protesters in Ho Chi Minh City on Sunday marched against a proposal to grant foreign companies lengthy land leases.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: On Father’s Day, Skip the Politics

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: On Father’s Day, Skip the Politics

Harry Moxley cared for his wife, Marie Moxley, during the 18 years she suffered with Parkinson’s disease; he was by her side to the very last day.
How Northern Newspapers Covered Lynchings

How Northern Newspapers Covered Lynchings

The Montgomery Advertiser newspaper apologized in April for its role in justifying and promoting lynching.
News Analysis: For All His Deals, Trump Has Never Faced an Adversary Like Kim Jong-un

News Analysis: For All His Deals, Trump Has Never Faced an Adversary Like Kim Jong-un

President Trump and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, accompanied by aides during a meeting in Singapore on Tuesday.
Democratic Women Are Running for Governor. Men and Money Stand in Their Way.

Democratic Women Are Running for Governor. Men and Money Stand in Their Way.

Chris Giunchigliani, a Democratic candidate for Nevada’s governor, in Las Vegas on Thursday. She is one of several female Democrats facing well-financed male opponents with deeper establishment