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On Baseball: When Spanish Names (Don’t) Flummox English-Speaking Baseball Announcers

On Baseball: When Spanish Names (Don’t) Flummox English-Speaking Baseball Announcers

The veteran first baseman Adrian González has his last name rendered correctly in Spanish, with the accent mark, but his first name has different pronunciations in English and in Spanish.
North Korea, Net Neutrality, New York City: Your Tuesday Briefing

North Korea, Net Neutrality, New York City: Your Tuesday Briefing

Kim Jong-un and President Trump met in a highly choreographed encounter in Singapore on Tuesday. “We are going to take care of a very big and very dangerous problem for the world,” Mr. Trump said.
The Trump-Kim Summit Statement: Read the Full Text

The Trump-Kim Summit Statement: Read the Full Text

The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, and President Trump leaving a ceremony to sign their joint statement in Singapore on Tuesday.
DealBook: New Goldman Sachs Fund Will Track Paul Tudor Jones’s Feel-Good Companies

DealBook: New Goldman Sachs Fund Will Track Paul Tudor Jones’s Feel-Good Companies

Paul Tudor Jones II, who became famous for shorting the stock market before Black Monday in 1987, was prompted to think seriously about corporate responsibility in 2012. On Wednesday, Goldman Sachs
Will the Rule of Law Apply Along the Border?

Will the Rule of Law Apply Along the Border?

A protester in an orange jumpsuit similar to those worn by detainees at Guantánamo Bay outside the Supreme Court on the day of oral arguments in Boumediene v. Bush in 2007.
Can Turkey Overcome Its Bitter Factionalism?

Can Turkey Overcome Its Bitter Factionalism?

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey faces a difficult election on June 24 as the opposition parties show surprising unity.
Best of Late Night: James Corden Skeptical of Trump’s Judgment on Kim Jong-un

Best of Late Night: James Corden Skeptical of Trump’s Judgment on Kim Jong-un

“When asked by reporters how he will know if North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is serious about the peace treaty, President Trump said he will use his quote ‘touch’ and ‘feel,’” James Corden said. “This
On the Border, a Discouraging New Message for Asylum Seekers: Wait

On the Border, a Discouraging New Message for Asylum Seekers: Wait

Karen Useda Chue, 12, at a border checkpoint in Nogales, Mexico.
Illinois Prohibits Guns on Campuses. Teachers Are Training to Use Them Anyway.

Illinois Prohibits Guns on Campuses. Teachers Are Training to Use Them Anyway.

Teachers and school staff members practiced shooting at Adventure Tactical Training in Farmer City, Ill., on Sunday in hopes of being certified for concealed-carry gun licenses.
Primary Elections 2018: What to Watch For

Primary Elections 2018: What to Watch For

Steve Sisolak, left, and Chris Giunchigliani, Democratic candidates for governor of Nevada, at a debate in Las Vegas last month.
Why the AT&T-Time Warner Case Was So Closely Watched

Why the AT&T-Time Warner Case Was So Closely Watched

The Dallas headquarter of AT&T, whose proposed merger with Time Warner was challenged in court by the Trump administration. A ruling is expected Tuesday.
How 3 Letters From Trump Might Help Bring the 2026 World Cup to the U.S.

How 3 Letters From Trump Might Help Bring the 2026 World Cup to the U.S.

Officials leading a North American bid for soccer’s 2026 World Cup said letters from President Trump have reassured FIFA voters that the United States will allow entry to teams, officials and fans
At Art Basel, Art Flourishes Outside and In

At Art Basel, Art Flourishes Outside and In

“Basilea” will occupy the Messeplatz in Basel during the fair. The temporary two-story structure will have a space for talks and a rest area for fairgoers and others.
Suicide Survivor Guilt

Suicide Survivor Guilt

A family photo from around 1976 of the author and her father, who made multiple suicide attempts.
From Diapers to Dance Floor

From Diapers to Dance Floor

“I liked the place where it was held, how the tables were arranged and decorated and all the lights. It felt elegant.” — Karla Castillo, 19, 35 weeks pregnant