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Inside China’s Dystopian Dreams: A.I., Shame and Lots of Cameras

Inside China’s Dystopian Dreams: A.I., Shame and Lots of Cameras

A video showing facial recognition software in use at the headquarters of the artificial intelligence company Megvii in Beijing.
Republicans and Democrats Face Leadership Struggles as House Returns

Republicans and Democrats Face Leadership Struggles as House Returns

Representative Nancy Pelosi has made clear that she wants to be speaker again and has dismissed talk of a replacement.
Judge Orders Brazil to Release Ex-President Lula, Setting Off Legal Uproar

Judge Orders Brazil to Release Ex-President Lula, Setting Off Legal Uproar

Former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s latest presidential campaign was launched last month in Contagem, Brazil, with former President Dilma Roussef, center right, among the speakers.
Critic’s Notebook: Onstage, the New Gay Agenda Involves Cake and Not Getting Fired

Critic’s Notebook: Onstage, the New Gay Agenda Involves Cake and Not Getting Fired

Nemuna Ceesay, left, and Debra Jo Rupp at Barrington Stage in “The Cake,” where the playwright Bekah Brunstetter does not hesitate to stack the deck.
New York’s Emergency Food Program Gets More Funding, but Will It Be Enough?

New York’s Emergency Food Program Gets More Funding, but Will It Be Enough?

Reaching-Out Community Food Services, a food pantry in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, relies for some of its supplies on an emergency food program established by the city in 1984.
Trump ‘Very Close’ to Supreme Court Decision, but May Wait Till Final Hours

Trump ‘Very Close’ to Supreme Court Decision, but May Wait Till Final Hours

Judge Thomas M. Hardiman, the first member of his family to graduate from college, has a personal story President Trump is said to like.

Thai Cave Rescue Effort Is Underway

A harrowing operation is underway to rescue a group of 12 boys and their soccer coach from a flooded cave in Thailand.
XXXTentacion Signed $10 Million Album Deal Before His Death

XXXTentacion Signed $10 Million Album Deal Before His Death

A note left by a fan at XXXTentacion’s memorial in Florida. Before he was killed in June, the 20-year-old rapper and singer made a $10 million deal for his third album.
In Colombian Death Ranch Case, Some Fear Prosecution Will Be Buried

In Colombian Death Ranch Case, Some Fear Prosecution Will Be Buried

Álvaro Uribe arriving for a news conference about the arrest of his brother Santiago in Colombia in 2016.
Opposition to Breast-Feeding Resolution by U.S. Stuns World Health Officials

Opposition to Breast-Feeding Resolution by U.S. Stuns World Health Officials

A Brooklyn mother unable to nurse fed her child donated breast milk. The $70 billion infant formula industry has seen sales flatten in wealthy countries in recent years.
Thailand Cave Rescue Live Updates: 4 Team Members Are Out, 9 to Go

Thailand Cave Rescue Live Updates: 4 Team Members Are Out, 9 to Go

Workers moved air tanks to the Tham Luang cave area in Chiang Rai Province, where rescuers began efforts to bring out the trapped team.
Do You Like ‘Dogs Playing Poker’? Science Would Like to Know Why

Do You Like ‘Dogs Playing Poker’? Science Would Like to Know Why

Researchers in London who are studying how people respond to art used the artist Patrick Tresset’s robotic installation, “5 Robots Named Paul,” to measure how people respond to drawings created by
3 YouTube Travel Adventurers Die in Waterfall Accident in Canada

3 YouTube Travel Adventurers Die in Waterfall Accident in Canada

Shannon Falls is composed of a series of cliffs, rising 335 meters, and a system of pools at the top of the falls. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police recovered the bodies of three people who had fallen
‘Battle Against Time’: Japan Floods Leave Dozens Seeking Rescue

‘Battle Against Time’: Japan Floods Leave Dozens Seeking Rescue

Soldiers carried a man to a vehicle to be evacuated in Kurashiki.
Op-Ed Columnist: This Is No Time for Liberal Despair

Op-Ed Columnist: This Is No Time for Liberal Despair

Demonstrators outside the Supreme Court the day after Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement.
Cairo Dispatch: Foreign Belly Dancers? Egyptians Shake Their Heads (and Hips)

Cairo Dispatch: Foreign Belly Dancers? Egyptians Shake Their Heads (and Hips)

The Russian belly dancer Ekaterina Andreeva, known as Johara, at a wedding in Cairo a few months after her arrest.
Pompeo Sharpens Tone on North Korea: ‘The World Is a Gangster’

Pompeo Sharpens Tone on North Korea: ‘The World Is a Gangster’

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, left, in Tokyo on Sunday with Foreign Minister Taro Kono of Japan, center, and Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha on South Korea.
Wimbledon Has a New Doubles Event: Tennis and the World Cup

Wimbledon Has a New Doubles Event: Tennis and the World Cup

Angelique Kerber's match against Naomi Osaka on Centre Court was sparsely attended because it took place during England's game at the World Cup.