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Shooting of Agent Shines Light on a Federal Fight Against Chicago Gun Crime

Shooting of Agent Shines Light on a Federal Fight Against Chicago Gun Crime

Chicago police officers near the scene where a federal agent was shot and critically wounded on Friday.
Military Inquiry Finds Soldiers Were Unprepared in Deadly Niger Ambush

Military Inquiry Finds Soldiers Were Unprepared in Deadly Niger Ambush

An American military exercise last month with local forces in Ouallam, Niger.
Giuliani’s Law Firm Undercuts His Statements as They Part Ways

Giuliani’s Law Firm Undercuts His Statements as They Part Ways

Rudolph W. Giuliani described hush-money payments like the ones made on behalf of President Trump as routine. Greenberg Traurig said it did not condone such arrangements.
Unbuttoned: The Return of Marchesa

Unbuttoned: The Return of Marchesa

Scarlett Johansson, in Marchesa, with Colin Jost on Monday at the Met Gala.
Rome Is Burning (or at Least Its Buses Are)

Rome Is Burning (or at Least Its Buses Are)

The first of two buses to catch fire in Rome on Tuesday. The city has had 10 bus fires so far this year, according to local news media estimates.
Review: In ‘Life of the Party,’ Melissa McCarthy Goes to College

Review: In ‘Life of the Party,’ Melissa McCarthy Goes to College

Melissa McCarthy, center, with Molly Gordon, second from left, in “Life of the Party.”
Out of Good Options for Venezuela

Out of Good Options for Venezuela

President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela, who is seeking election to a second term on May 20, at a campaign rally in Caracas last week.
Hungry City: Thai Dishes That Pave a Chef’s Path Home in Elmhurst, Queens

Hungry City: Thai Dishes That Pave a Chef’s Path Home in Elmhurst, Queens

An artist from Bangkok flew in to paint murals on the close-set walls, of women in gold headdresses with cascading hair.
Troye Sivan Is a New Kind of Pop Star: Here, Queer and Used to It

Troye Sivan Is a New Kind of Pop Star: Here, Queer and Used to It

Troye Sivan, 22, has been famous for more than a decade in Australia and in corners of the internet. With his forthcoming second album, he’s hoping to expand his reach worldwide.
On Baseball: Reconsidering Ruben Amaro Jr.’s Impact on the Phillies

On Baseball: Reconsidering Ruben Amaro Jr.’s Impact on the Phillies

Ruben Amaro Jr., left, then the Phillies’ general manager, signed pitcher Cliff Lee to a free-agent contract after the 2010 season. Lee was with the Phillies in 2009, but Amaro traded him at the end
Trump Exults in Release of Prisoners and a Date Next Month With Kim Jong-un

Trump Exults in Release of Prisoners and a Date Next Month With Kim Jong-un

President Trump on Tuesday at the White House. On Thursday, he posted on Twitter about his upcoming meeting with Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s leader: “We will both try to make it a very special moment
Spotify Pulls R. Kelly and XXXTentacion From Playlists, Stirring a Debate

Spotify Pulls R. Kelly and XXXTentacion From Playlists, Stirring a Debate

Spotify announced it would no longer promote artists it finds to be out of line with its values, and removed R. Kelly’s songs from official playlists and recommendation features.
With Jail Sentences and Corporate Flameouts, China Is Tackling its Debt

With Jail Sentences and Corporate Flameouts, China Is Tackling its Debt

The offices of the Anbang Insurance Group in Beijing. Wu Xiaohui, the company’s founder, was sentenced to 18 years in prison on Thursday.
California Today: California Today: When Children Ask About Homelessness

California Today: California Today: When Children Ask About Homelessness

A homeless encampment in Hollywood. Los Angeles has one of the largest homeless populations in the United States.
In Malaysia, the Old Prime Minister Promises a New Order

In Malaysia, the Old Prime Minister Promises a New Order

Mahathir Mohamad, 92, was sworn in on Thursday as Malaysia’s prime minister, a post he held from 1981 to 2003. He has vowed to reform the system he helped install.
North Korea, Gina Haspel, Malaysia: Your Thursday Briefing

North Korea, Gina Haspel, Malaysia: Your Thursday Briefing

President Trump and Melania Trump with the three freed Americans at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland today. Mr. Trump praised the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, and said that the end goal was to
David Goodall, 104, Scientist Who Fought to Die on His Terms, Ends His Life

David Goodall, 104, Scientist Who Fought to Die on His Terms, Ends His Life

The Australian scientist David Goodall the day before he was to take a lethal dose of barbiturates in Basel, Switzerland.
Dream Logic: Hiro Murai on the Look of ‘Atlanta’

Dream Logic: Hiro Murai on the Look of ‘Atlanta’

Donald Glover stayed in prosthetic makeup between takes as the titular recluse in the “Teddy Perkins” episode of “Atlanta,” which ends its second season on FX on Thursday.