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Trump Assails Critics and Mocks #MeToo. What About Putin? ‘He’s Fine’

Trump Assails Critics and Mocks #MeToo. What About Putin? ‘He’s Fine’

Supporters waiting for Mr. Trump before his roughly 70-minute speech.
Japan Executes Cult Leader Behind 1995 Sarin Gas Subway Attack

Japan Executes Cult Leader Behind 1995 Sarin Gas Subway Attack

Shoko Asahara in 1990. He was hanged on Friday along with six followers.
Brett Kavanaugh, Supreme Court Front-Runner, Once Argued Broad Grounds for Impeachment

Brett Kavanaugh, Supreme Court Front-Runner, Once Argued Broad Grounds for Impeachment

From right: Brett M. Kavanaugh during a meeting with Kenneth W. Starr, the independent counsel, and John Bates, Mr. Starr’s deputy, in 1996 in Washington.
Suspect in Fatal Charlottesville Car Attack Pleads Not Guilty to Federal Hate Crimes

Suspect in Fatal Charlottesville Car Attack Pleads Not Guilty to Federal Hate Crimes

James Alex Fields Jr., accused of killing one person and injuring multiple others after ramming his car into a crowd during a white supremacist rally last year, pleaded not guilty on Thursday to
Facebook Removes a Gospel Group’s Music Video

Facebook Removes a Gospel Group’s Music Video

The Indianapolis gospel group Zion’s Joy! in the video for a new song, “What Would Heaven Look Like.” Facebook removed it for “political content.”
Op-Ed Columnist: Fred Rogers and the Loveliness of the Little Good

Op-Ed Columnist: Fred Rogers and the Loveliness of the Little Good

Fred Rogers, with a disabled fan, in a scene from the documentary “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?”
Polish Crisis Deepens as Judges Condemn Their Own Court

Polish Crisis Deepens as Judges Condemn Their Own Court

Opponents of the Polish government’s changes to the country’s judicial system protest in front of the Supreme Court in Warsaw on Wednesday.
Trump and Putin Will Meet One-on-One in Finland, Officials Say

Trump and Putin Will Meet One-on-One in Finland, Officials Say

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia last month in Moscow. Mr. Putin will meet with President Trump this month in Helsinki, Finland.
Israel’s Secret Operation to Recover the Watch of a Legendary Spy

Israel’s Secret Operation to Recover the Watch of a Legendary Spy

Eli Cohen in Damascus, Syria, in the early 1960s, wearing the watch that was recovered in a secret operation and brought back to Israel.
A Lesson in Demonizing Refugees

A Lesson in Demonizing Refugees

A display at a vigil in Melbourne, Australia, for refugees who died at the Manus Island detention center.
A Moment of Silence and Reporting Help for The Capital Gazette

A Moment of Silence and Reporting Help for The Capital Gazette

The Capital Gazette building in Annapolis, Md., where five employees were killed by a gunman last week.
For Europe, Cutting the Flow of Migrants Challenges Basic Ideals

For Europe, Cutting the Flow of Migrants Challenges Basic Ideals

Chancellor Sebastian Kurz of Austria took office last year as part of a wave of populist leaders propelled to power on anti-migration platforms.
English City, Stunned, Tries to Make Sense of New Poisonings

English City, Stunned, Tries to Make Sense of New Poisonings

A public rubbish bin was cordoned off in Amesbury, near Salisbury, England, on Thursday in connection with the investigation into two new poisonings involving the nerve agent Novichok.
Who Is Bill Shine? He Lifted Fox News but Carries Weight of Harassment Scandals

Who Is Bill Shine? He Lifted Fox News but Carries Weight of Harassment Scandals

Bill Shine, a former Fox News co-president who helped create the look and feel of the channel’s conservative programming, was named the White House deputy chief of staff for communications on
Op-Ed Columnist: Big Business Reaps Trump’s Whirlwind

Op-Ed Columnist: Big Business Reaps Trump’s Whirlwind

President Trump listening to Tom Donohue, of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, at the White House in October.
The Lost Dogs of the Americas

The Lost Dogs of the Americas

A 10,000-year-old dog from an archaeological site near Eldred, Ill., known as the Koster site, where the earliest known dogs in the Americas were found.