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Trump Politicized Children. Democrats Should Empower Them.

Trump Politicized Children. Democrats Should Empower Them.

A Honduran child and her mother, fleeing poverty and violence in their home country, waits along the border bridge near Brownsville, Texas, after being denied entry from Mexico into the U.S.
Instead of a Ban, Transgender Military Recruits Hit Endless Red Tape

Instead of a Ban, Transgender Military Recruits Hit Endless Red Tape

Nicholas Bade, a transgender man who is trying to enlist in the Air Force, outside the recruitment office in Chicago. His application has been pending for six months.
36 Hours: 36 Hours in Seattle

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Seattle

Sailboats in Lake Union, with the Seattle skyline in the distance.
Four Musicals on Three Continents: An Australian Company’s Big Bet

Four Musicals on Three Continents: An Australian Company’s Big Bet

The crowd-pleasing title character in the Melbourne, Australia, production of “King Kong.” The show opens on Broadway this fall.
How Smart TVs in Millions of U.S. Homes Track More Than What’s On Tonight

How Smart TVs in Millions of U.S. Homes Track More Than What’s On Tonight

A detail from a slide from a marketing presentation by Samba TV looking at how it can analyze what viewers are watching, determine how many connected devices they have in the house and then target
Tracing the Roots of South Carolina’s ‘Turks,’ Before They Melt Away

Tracing the Roots of South Carolina’s ‘Turks,’ Before They Melt Away

Brian Benenhaley, a descendant of Joseph Benenhaley, at the Long Branch Baptist Church in Dalzell, S.C.
Internet Renegade Kim Dotcom Loses Appeal on Extradition to U.S.

Internet Renegade Kim Dotcom Loses Appeal on Extradition to U.S.

The internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom in Auckland, New Zealand, in 2014. He has been fighting extradition to the United States since 2012.
Al Qaeda-Backed Terrorist Group Has a New Target: Plastic Bags

Al Qaeda-Backed Terrorist Group Has a New Target: Plastic Bags

A food distribution center for displaced people in Mogadishu, Somalia. This week, the leaders of the Shabab, a terrorist group, announced that they would ban the use of plastic bags in areas the group
Hong Kong dispatch: Blind and Graying, Dragon Boat Paddlers ‘Challenge the Impossible’

Hong Kong dispatch: Blind and Graying, Dragon Boat Paddlers ‘Challenge the Impossible’

Training by members of the Darkness Fighters, Hong Kong’s only dragon boat team composed of visually impaired paddlers and their sighted coaches.
Migration Deal Rescued Merkel’s Government. Now, She Must Save the Pact.

Migration Deal Rescued Merkel’s Government. Now, She Must Save the Pact.

Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin on Wednesday. In a television interview, she sought to assure Germans that her government was stable again.
Tagwalk Wants to Be the Google of Fashion

Tagwalk Wants to Be the Google of Fashion

From left, Margaux Warin and Hugo Bassani with the Tagwalk founder, Alexandra Van Houtte, in the company's office in Paris.
Wives and Children of ISIS: Warehoused in Syria, Unwanted Back Home

Wives and Children of ISIS: Warehoused in Syria, Unwanted Back Home

“Who is responsible for us?” asks Sarah Ibrahim, 31, one of more than 2,000 foreign women and children detained at camps in northern Syria with no foreseeable way out.
Protests Shutter a Show That Cast White Singers as Black Slaves

Protests Shutter a Show That Cast White Singers as Black Slaves

Betty Bonifassi in “Slav,” part of the Montreal International Jazz Festival. The production was canceled after detractors accused its creators of cultural appropriation.
Q&A: Andrés Cantor Thinks Everything Sounds Better in Spanish (Especially ‘Gooool’)

Q&A: Andrés Cantor Thinks Everything Sounds Better in Spanish (Especially ‘Gooool’)

Andrés Cantor is not happy about the future expansion of the World Cup to 48 teams from 32, but he is pleased when people recognize his voice from his “goooool!” calls.