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Palestinians Ask Hague Court to Open Full Inquiry Into Israel

Palestinians Ask Hague Court to Open Full Inquiry Into Israel

At least 60 Palestinians were killed by Israeli fire during protests last week at the Gaza border. Palestinian officials have asked the International Criminal Court to investigate.
Turkey Hands Life Sentences to 104 People Over Coup Attempt

Turkey Hands Life Sentences to 104 People Over Coup Attempt

Clothes and weapons belonging to soldiers who surrendered after the coup attempt in Istanbul in July 2016.
China Cuts Car Tariffs, in a Small Offering to U.S. on Trade

China Cuts Car Tariffs, in a Small Offering to U.S. on Trade

China’s tariffs for imported cars will still be relatively high, and the change is unlikely to motivate automakers to shift production.
Show Us Your Wall: Want a Warehouse of Art? Try the Installment Plan

Show Us Your Wall: Want a Warehouse of Art? Try the Installment Plan

Ron and Ann Pizzuti with Marina Abramovic’s “Artist Portrait With a Candle (C),” left, and “Artist Portrait with a Candle (B).” At bottom left is Sofie Lachaert’s “Shunga Candleholder” atop Ron Arad’s
Donald Trump, Primary Elections, Santa Fe: Your Tuesday Briefing

Donald Trump, Primary Elections, Santa Fe: Your Tuesday Briefing

A resident of Hawaii’s Big Island making an offering of ti leaves before hardened lava from the Kilauea volcano. Many in Hawaii revere Madame Pele, the goddess of volcanoes, even as homes in the area
Zhao Kangmin, Restorer of China’s Ancient Terra-Cotta Warriors, Dies at 81

Zhao Kangmin, Restorer of China’s Ancient Terra-Cotta Warriors, Dies at 81

The ancient army, buried just outside Xi’an, China, is made up of archers, generals, infantrymen and other warriors, part of an immense complex that has not been fully excavated.
The 52 Places Traveler: Place 13 of 52: On the Water, and Off, the Rogue River in Oregon Charms

The 52 Places Traveler: Place 13 of 52: On the Water, and Off, the Rogue River in Oregon Charms

Scenes from Rogue River, Ore. Clockwise from top right: Snowy Rogue Gorge near Crater Lake; a flowering bush on the grounds of the Weasku Inn; along the path to Mill Creek Falls off Highway 62; Class
In India, Journalists Face Slut-Shaming and Rape Threats

In India, Journalists Face Slut-Shaming and Rape Threats

Protesters in New Delhi in October demanded justice for Gauri Lankesh, a journalist and outspoken critic of Hindu nationalists; Govind Panesar, a left-wing politician; Narendra Dabhalkar, a
How ISIS Has Changed Terrorism in Indonesia

How ISIS Has Changed Terrorism in Indonesia

In Pekanbaru, Indonesia, police officers carry a portrait and the coffin of Ipda Auzar, who was killed while trying to block terrorists from entering local police headquarters during an attack last
The Chutzpah of These Men

The Chutzpah of These Men

In recent days, “60 Minutes” and The Times have disclosed previously unreported allegations of sexual misconduct against Mario Batali.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Men Who Terrorize Rio

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Men Who Terrorize Rio

Backdropped by an image of councilwoman Marielle Franco projected on a wall, people in Rio de Janeiro gathered in April to protest at the site where Franco and her driver Anderson Pedro Gomes were
Trump-Kim Meeting Is Yet to Come, but U.S. Has Minted the Coins

Trump-Kim Meeting Is Yet to Come, but U.S. Has Minted the Coins

The coin issued by the White House Communications Agency, a military unit that handles presidential communications.
Democrats’ Next Big Thing: Government-Guaranteed Jobs

Democrats’ Next Big Thing: Government-Guaranteed Jobs

Democrats are embracing so-called job-guarantee plans that vary in scope and cost but center on government-sponsored employment that pays above the $7.25-an-hour federal minimum wage.
Georgia, Arkansas and Kentucky Primaries: Top Races to Watch

Georgia, Arkansas and Kentucky Primaries: Top Races to Watch

Adriel James, a poll manager, helps voters at the Clairmont Presbyterian Church in Atlanta on Tuesday.
From the E.R. to the Garden, M.T.A. Chief Holds Unusually Powerful Perch

From the E.R. to the Garden, M.T.A. Chief Holds Unusually Powerful Perch

Joseph J. Lhota, center, watched speakers at the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Genius Transit Challenge conference at the Hammerstein Ballroom in Midtown last June.
Can Ron Howard Save ‘Solo’?

Can Ron Howard Save ‘Solo’?

The director Ron Howard says he was interested in exploring the reckless, headstrong Han Solo’s origins because “I don’t naturally relate to that.”
Chasing the Deal: Four Father’s Day Getaways Worth Taking

Chasing the Deal: Four Father’s Day Getaways Worth Taking

Mission Point Resort on Mackinac Island in Michigan is one of the hotels and resorts offering special deals for Father’s Day weekend.
‘Almost No One Agrees With Us’: For Rural Students, Gun Control Can Be a Lonely Cause

‘Almost No One Agrees With Us’: For Rural Students, Gun Control Can Be a Lonely Cause

A billboard supporting the students of Marshall County High School in Benton, Ky. In January, two students at the school were killed in a shooting.