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Scott Pruitt Sought ‘Business Opportunity’ With Chick-fil-A While Leading E.P.A.

Scott Pruitt Sought ‘Business Opportunity’ With Chick-fil-A While Leading E.P.A.

Scott Pruitt, left, during his swearing in as the Environmental Protection Agency administrator in 2017, with his wife, Marlyn Pruitt, their son Cade, and Samuel A. Alito Jr. of the Supreme Court.
Delaware Kicks Off Full-Scale Sports Betting, a First Outside of Nevada

Delaware Kicks Off Full-Scale Sports Betting, a First Outside of Nevada

Visitors at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino in Delaware on Tuesday, the first day of single-game sports betting in the state since the Supreme Court overturned a law that largely prohibited sports
America, Hold on to Your Allies. You’ll Need Them.

America, Hold on to Your Allies. You’ll Need Them.

An electronic display of President Xi Jinping of China near Beijing’s Central Business District.
Senate’s August Recess Cut, Keeping Democrats Off Campaign Trail

Senate’s August Recess Cut, Keeping Democrats Off Campaign Trail

Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, on Tuesday in Washington. He announced that he is canceling most of the Senate’s August recess.
On Pro Football: The N.F.L. Still Has a Trump Problem

On Pro Football: The N.F.L. Still Has a Trump Problem

Some players knelt during the national anthem before N.F.L. games last season, riling President Trump.
Crowdfunding a Funeral: How the Internet Helps Lay Affairs to Rest

Crowdfunding a Funeral: How the Internet Helps Lay Affairs to Rest

Vinson Pierce, center, a high school principal, during a prom with some students. After he died in May, friends set up a fund to help pay for his funeral and other costs.
What Budget Cuts Mean for Third Graders in a Rural School

What Budget Cuts Mean for Third Graders in a Rural School

Preston Carraway, right, and his classmates, from left, Eric Guerrero, Rashad Dodd and Peyton Murray, worked on a timed math exercise at West Greene Elementary School.
In the Age of Trump, Civics Courses Make a Comeback

In the Age of Trump, Civics Courses Make a Comeback

Mamaroneck High School students, from left, Tyler Loga, Nick McDonald and Kate Coughlin, attend a class called called Original Civic Research & Action.
Review: ‘Harlequinade’ Has Charming Baubles, but Why Do It?

Review: ‘Harlequinade’ Has Charming Baubles, but Why Do It?

Isabella Boylston as Columbine in Alexei Ratmansky’s reconstruction of “Harlequinade.” Ms. Boylston makes the best case for the simple pleasures of the choreography.
Colleges and State Laws Are Clamping Down on Fraternities

Colleges and State Laws Are Clamping Down on Fraternities

Stephen and Rae Ann Gruver in a committee room of the Louisiana House of Representatives in March behind a photo of their son, Maxwell Gruver, a Louisiana State University freshman who died in what
A Promising Cancer Treatment Made Patients Worse, Not Better

A Promising Cancer Treatment Made Patients Worse, Not Better

A white blood cell infected with the virus that causes adult T-cell leukemia-lymphoma, a rare blood cancer. An immunotherapy drug, nivolumab, seemed to make patients sicker, not better.
LeBron James and Stephen Curry Unite Against White House Visits

LeBron James and Stephen Curry Unite Against White House Visits

Cleveland's LeBron James and Golden State's Stephen Curry will resume their on-court rivalry in Game 3 of the N.B.A. finals on Wednesday.
Wall Street Journal, Its Newsroom Unsettled, Names a New Editor

Wall Street Journal, Its Newsroom Unsettled, Names a New Editor

Gerard Baker was the editor in chief of The Wall Street Journal for five and a half years, a period which saw The Journal’s circulation rise, but also unrest within the newsroom.
So It’s on to High School Now? Here’s a Bullet Shield for Your Backpack

So It’s on to High School Now? Here’s a Bullet Shield for Your Backpack

Students at St. Cornelius Catholic School in Chadds Ford, Pa., were given the protective shields on Monday.