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Op-Ed Columnist: Trump: Our Cartoon Nobel Laureate

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump: Our Cartoon Nobel Laureate

President Trump and President Moon Jae-in of South Korea in New York City in September.
Op-Ed Columnist: Alfie Evans and the Experts

Op-Ed Columnist: Alfie Evans and the Experts

A photograph of Jahi McMath on a necklace in Oakland, Calif., in 2013.
Joy Reid Says She Did Not Write ‘Hateful Things’ but Cannot Prove Hacking

Joy Reid Says She Did Not Write ‘Hateful Things’ but Cannot Prove Hacking

The MSNBC host Joy Reid has come under fire for decade-old posts from her former blog that contain homophobic sentiments. “I genuinely do not believe I wrote those hateful things, because they are
Pope Francis in the Wilderness

Pope Francis in the Wilderness

Supporters of Pope Francis say the backlash against his views has only made his voice more vital in the debate over the issues he has chosen to highlight, like migrants, economic inequality and the
At Nike, Revolt Led by Women Leads to Exodus of Male Executives

At Nike, Revolt Led by Women Leads to Exodus of Male Executives

Nike headquarters in Beaverton, Ore. Reports of job discrimination and bad behavior by men were ignored by human resources, some female employees say.
Doris Burke Has Game

Doris Burke Has Game

Doris Burke and her ESPN broadcasting partner, Mark Jones, at a Philadelphia 76ers-Milwaukee Bucks game this month. In September, after 27 years in the business, Ms. Burke became the first woman to
Former Trump Tower in Azerbaijan, Dogged by Controversy, Is Engulfed by Fire

Former Trump Tower in Azerbaijan, Dogged by Controversy, Is Engulfed by Fire

The 33-floor building in Baku, Azerbaijan, once a Trump-branded tower, is the second property linked to President Trump to catch fire this month, after a blaze in New York killed an art collector.
News Analysis: As Two Koreas Talk Peace, Trump’s Bargaining Chips Slip Away

News Analysis: As Two Koreas Talk Peace, Trump’s Bargaining Chips Slip Away

President Trump betrayed no anxiety this week as he discussed the challenges of the summit meeting with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, which is scheduled for late May or early June.
With Taunts and Guile, the Golden State Killer Left a Trail of Horror

With Taunts and Guile, the Golden State Killer Left a Trail of Horror

Joseph James DeAngelo, 72, was arrested this week as the suspected Golden State Killer.
Motive for Mass Killings in Congo Is Mystery, but Suffering Is Clear

Motive for Mass Killings in Congo Is Mystery, but Suffering Is Clear

Peacekeepers from Uruguay traveling to an area in eastern Congo where 42 people were killed in three villages last month in an attack whose motivation remains a mystery.
Trump’s Role in Midterm Elections Roils Republicans

Trump’s Role in Midterm Elections Roils Republicans

President Trump campaigned in March for the Republican candidate in a Pennsylvania special election, but the Democrat, Conor Lamb, ended up winning.
The Neediest Cases Fund: Stories of Resilience Inspired Readers to Support Neediest Cases Fund

The Neediest Cases Fund: Stories of Resilience Inspired Readers to Support Neediest Cases Fund

Atreyal Ransom with a Subaru WRX at the service center where he works on Staten Island.

‘We Are Nicaragua’: Students Revolt, but Now Face a More Daunting Task

Young people carrying makeshift weapons outside Nicaragua’s Polytechnic University on Wednesday.
The Shohei Ohtani Rules: Handling a Two-Way Experiment With Care

The Shohei Ohtani Rules: Handling a Two-Way Experiment With Care

Shohei Ohtani of Japan, the Angels’ pitcher, designated hitter and media sensation, has been shielded by the team on and off the field.
Trump Calls on Montana Democrat to Resign in Fight Over Failed V.A. Nomination

Trump Calls on Montana Democrat to Resign in Fight Over Failed V.A. Nomination

President Trump tweeted that Senator Jon Tester’s accusations against Dr. Ronny L. Jackson were false.