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Republicans in Primaries Absorb Lesson: Cross Trump at Their Peril

Republicans in Primaries Absorb Lesson: Cross Trump at Their Peril

Supporters cheered Corey Stewart, a local official who has made his name condemning illegal immigrants, after he won the Republican Senate primary in Virginia on Tuesday.
A Huge Dust Storm on Mars Is Threatening NASA’s Opportunity Rover

A Huge Dust Storm on Mars Is Threatening NASA’s Opportunity Rover

A composite image from NASA showed a map of Mars’s growing dust storm.
How Corey Stewart Could Endanger Other Virginia Republicans

How Corey Stewart Could Endanger Other Virginia Republicans

Turnout was low in the Senate primary Mr. Stewart won on Tuesday, and moderate Republicans put off by his associations with white supremacists may stay home in November as well.
Next in Irish Voters’ Cross Hairs? A Law Banning Blasphemy

Next in Irish Voters’ Cross Hairs? A Law Banning Blasphemy

Praying after Sunday Mass at St. Teresa’s Catholic Church in Dublin. In October, Irish citizens will vote in a referendum on whether a blasphemy clause should be stripped from the Constitution.
Pence Reaches Out to Evangelicals. Not All of Them Reach Back.

Pence Reaches Out to Evangelicals. Not All of Them Reach Back.

Vice President Mike Pence spoke at the Southern Baptist Convention in Dallas on Wednesday.
Ex-Fraternity Member at Penn State Is First to Plead Guilty in Hazing Death

Ex-Fraternity Member at Penn State Is First to Plead Guilty in Hazing Death

Ryan Burke, a former Beta Theta Pi brother at Penn State, pleaded guilty Wednesday to nine misdemeanors in connection with the death of Timothy Piazza, who died after a hazing ritual in February 2017.
U.N. General Assembly Vote Castigates Israel Over Gaza Deaths

U.N. General Assembly Vote Castigates Israel Over Gaza Deaths

“Politics is driving the day,” said Nikki R. Haley, the American ambassador. The Palestinian ambassador, Riyad H. Mansour, second from right, said the resolution would “contribute to the de-escalation
That Huge Mediterranean Diet Study Was Flawed. But Was It Wrong?

That Huge Mediterranean Diet Study Was Flawed. But Was It Wrong?

An olive farm in Tuscany. Participants in a study of the Mediterranean diet were not always assigned at random to test various diets, the investigators conceded.
Editorial: Macedonia by Another Name

Editorial: Macedonia by Another Name

Matthew Nimetz, left, met with the foreign ministers from Greece and Macedonia at the United Nations offices in Vienna in April.
On Islam, Trump Takes a Different Approach at Home and Abroad

On Islam, Trump Takes a Different Approach at Home and Abroad

After not hosting a Ramadan dinner last year, President Trump resumed the White House tradition last week. An official from one Muslim group called the guest list “a real slap in the face.”
Do Californians Want Their State Split in 3? We’ll See in November

Do Californians Want Their State Split in 3? We’ll See in November

Timothy Draper, founder and managing director of Draper Fisher Jurvetson, is leading the charge to split California into three separate states.
Trilobites: Aztec Turquoise Tiles May Solve a Mesoamerican Mystery

Trilobites: Aztec Turquoise Tiles May Solve a Mesoamerican Mystery

A reconstructed turquoise mosaic recovered from Templo Mayor, the main temple of the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan, in present day Mexico City.
Review: ‘Incredibles 2’ Is a Fast Blast (With Red Flags)

Review: ‘Incredibles 2’ Is a Fast Blast (With Red Flags)

Family in a bubble? The Incredibles don’t want to withdraw from the world — they want to save it, and to save it together.
How Yemen Became a Humanitarian Nightmare: Untangling a Complex War

How Yemen Became a Humanitarian Nightmare: Untangling a Complex War

Guards searching the wreckage of a building after airstrikes in the capital, Sana, this month.
Apple to Close iPhone Security Hole That Police Use to Crack Devices

Apple to Close iPhone Security Hole That Police Use to Crack Devices

An update Apple is planning for its iPhone software would close a technological loophole that law enforcement agencies have exploited to gain access to information on those devices.
If You’re Afraid of Heights but Going to the World Cup, Don’t Sit Here

If You’re Afraid of Heights but Going to the World Cup, Don’t Sit Here

Two 139-foot-tall temporary stands were constructed at Tsentralnyi Stadium in Yekaterinburg, Russia, to expand seating for the World Cup to 35,000.
The Message of the June Fed Meeting: There’s a New Chairman in Charge

The Message of the June Fed Meeting: There’s a New Chairman in Charge

The Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell in March. On Wednesday, he said he would double the number of Fed news conferences.