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As Trump Seeks Way Out of Syria, New Attack Pulls Him Back In

As Trump Seeks Way Out of Syria, New Attack Pulls Him Back In

Syrian government forces backed by Russia and Iran have nearly retaken Eastern Ghouta, a Damascus suburb where a chemical attack was reported on Saturday.
Hungary Election Gives Orban Big Majority, and Control of Constitution

Hungary Election Gives Orban Big Majority, and Control of Constitution

Voters outside a polling station in the Ujbuda district of Budapest on Sunday.
Once a Getaway Where Bunnies Frolicked, Now a ‘Black Hole’

Once a Getaway Where Bunnies Frolicked, Now a ‘Black Hole’

The building, built in the 1970s, has long since fallen into disrepair and has attracted a large colony of vultures.
A Tough Task for Facebook: European-Type Privacy for All

A Tough Task for Facebook: European-Type Privacy for All

Facebook already offers a "privacy checkup" feature, but it has now promised to offer all of its users the same personal data protections that will be required by the European Union.

Did These Women See #MeToo Coming?

In the 1990s, young women at Antioch College created the country’s first affirmative consent policy for sex. They were publicly mocked; even “S.N.L.” weighed in. Here’s what they think now.
Deutsche Bank Replaces C.E.O. Amid Losses and Lack of Direction

Deutsche Bank Replaces C.E.O. Amid Losses and Lack of Direction

John Cryan, left, and Christian Sewing at a news conference in Frankfurt in February. On Sunday, the bank’s supervisory board said that Mr. Sewing would replace Mr. Cryan as chief executive.
For Luigi Di Maio, It’s Now or Never to Lead Italy. Unless It’s Later.

For Luigi Di Maio, It’s Now or Never to Lead Italy. Unless It’s Later.

The leader of the Five Star Movement, Luigi Di Maio, before a meeting with President Sergio Mattarella in Rome on Thursday. The sort of accord required for a governing coalition, the president said,
Florida’s Governor, Eyeing Senate Run, Offers Hope to an Unsteady G.O.P.

Florida’s Governor, Eyeing Senate Run, Offers Hope to an Unsteady G.O.P.

Gov. Rick Scott of Florida, who is expected to announce on Monday that he is running for the United States Senate against Bill Nelson, in Doral, Fla., last month.
Amid Fears of Trade War, Trump Predicts China Will Relent

Amid Fears of Trade War, Trump Predicts China Will Relent

President Trump tweeted on Sunday morning that he and President Xi Jinping of China will “always be friends.”
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Trash-Talking Toward Conflict?

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Trash-Talking Toward Conflict?

Supporters of Greece’s far-right Golden Dawn party during a protest against Turkey in Athens last month.
Burning Eyes, Foaming Mouths: Years of Suspected Chemical Attacks in Syria

Burning Eyes, Foaming Mouths: Years of Suspected Chemical Attacks in Syria

A video image of a toddler on Sunday after a suspected chemical attack in the rebel-held Syrian suburb of Douma, near Damascus.
Review: With ‘Dougla,’ Dance Theater of Harlem Recalls Past Glory

Review: With ‘Dougla,’ Dance Theater of Harlem Recalls Past Glory

Alicia Mae Holloway, center, and fellow members of Dance Theater of Harlem performing in “Dougla.”
Bill Cosby Returns to Court. Here’s Why His Retrial Is No Repeat.

Bill Cosby Returns to Court. Here’s Why His Retrial Is No Repeat.

Bill Cosby at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pa., this month.
Trump Vows ‘Big Price’ for Syria Attack, Raising Prospect of Missile Strike

Trump Vows ‘Big Price’ for Syria Attack, Raising Prospect of Missile Strike

President Trump laid the blame for a deadly attack in Syria partly on President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia.