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A Problem Starbucks Can’t Train Away

A Problem Starbucks Can’t Train Away

Asa Khalif, a member of the Black Lives Matter Philadelphia chapter, taking part in a protest last Sunday at a Philadelphia Starbucks where two black men had been arrested three days earlier.
Trump Criticizes Times Report About His Longtime Lawyer

Trump Criticizes Times Report About His Longtime Lawyer

President Trump on his phone while departing Mar-a-Lago today. Mr. Trump often assails news organizations over reports he sees as unfavorable.
The Interpreter: Where Countries Are Tinderboxes and Facebook Is a Match

The Interpreter: Where Countries Are Tinderboxes and Facebook Is a Match

A Buddhist mob set fire to Muslim-owned shops and homes in Digana, Sri Lanka, in March.
Trump Plan Would Cut Back Health Care Protections for Transgender People

Trump Plan Would Cut Back Health Care Protections for Transgender People

Activists protesting outside the Stonewall Inn in Manhattan last year after the Trump administration cut protections for transgender people in schools.
Cubans Doubt a Change at the Top Will Bring Change at the Bottom

Cubans Doubt a Change at the Top Will Bring Change at the Bottom

Hanging clothes out to dry on Thursday, when Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez was formally named Cuba’s new president, ending decades of rule by the Castro family.
News Analysis: Will Kim Jong-un Trade His Nuclear Arsenal to Rebuild Economy?

News Analysis: Will Kim Jong-un Trade His Nuclear Arsenal to Rebuild Economy?

Kim Jong-un of North Korea in a photo by the official Korean Central News Agency from a performance in Pyongyang on Monday. Some political analysts believe Mr. Kim is prepared to bargain away nuclear
Fearing Chaos, National Democrats Plunge Into Midterm Primary Fights

Fearing Chaos, National Democrats Plunge Into Midterm Primary Fights

A campaign poster in Orange County, Calif., for Mai Khanh Tran, a Democratic candidate for Congress. National Democrats tried to get her to drop out of the crowded race as a way to help their
Could the U.K. Vote Again on Brexit? The Prospects Are Rising

Could the U.K. Vote Again on Brexit? The Prospects Are Rising

A demonstration outside Parliament in March against Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union. Several groups have come together recently to make the case for a new vote.
With a Glance Backward, Brooks Brothers Looks to the Future

With a Glance Backward, Brooks Brothers Looks to the Future

After Claudio Del Vecchio bought Brooks Brothers in 2001, one of the first things he did was read stacks of letters from longtime customers who were unhappy with the changes made by the previous
Want to Help Schools and Students? Here’s How to Start

Want to Help Schools and Students? Here’s How to Start

Many school districts have foundations set up to pay for things like classroom supplies, teachers’ professional development and other needs specific to each school.
Sheriff’s Deputy Is Fired After Fatally Shooting Unarmed Man in Houston

Sheriff’s Deputy Is Fired After Fatally Shooting Unarmed Man in Houston

Danny Ray Thomas walking toward Cameron Brewer, then a Harris County Sheriff’s deputy, moments before Mr. Thomas was shot and killed in March. He was unarmed.
Voting Laws for Felons Can Be Hard to Follow. Here’s an Overview.

Voting Laws for Felons Can Be Hard to Follow. Here’s an Overview.

Assadique Abdul-Rahman, an organizer for a liberal advocacy group in Virginia, held up a copy of an executive order that restored voting rights to felons there in 2016.
material culture: Who Bought Sylvia Plath’s Stuff?

material culture: Who Bought Sylvia Plath’s Stuff?

Sylvia Plath's yellow checked summer frock sold for $1,417.
Tiny Islands Make for Big Tensions Between Greece and Turkey

Tiny Islands Make for Big Tensions Between Greece and Turkey

Kastellorizo, which belongs to Greece, lies just a mile off the south coast of Turkey. Such islands give Greece the right to potentially exploit energy resources in the seabed nearby, which Turkey
Barbara Bush Is Remembered at Her Funeral for Her Wit and Tough Love

Barbara Bush Is Remembered at Her Funeral for Her Wit and Tough Love

The funeral for Barbara Bush, the former first lady, at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston.