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Kim Jong-un, Facebook, Sacramento: Your Wednesday Briefing

Kim Jong-un, Facebook, Sacramento: Your Wednesday Briefing

President Xi Jinping of China, center left, welcomed the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, to Beijing on Monday. It was Mr. Kim's first meeting with another head of state.
New York Today: New York Today: City in Bloom

New York Today: New York Today: City in Bloom

Witch-hazel, a flower as resilient as New Yorkers.
Op-Ed Contributor: What Trump Is Learning From Singapore — and Vice Versa

Op-Ed Contributor: What Trump Is Learning From Singapore — and Vice Versa

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong of Singapore and President Trump at the White House in October.
Op-Ed Columnist: Marco Rubio Must Be Destroyed

Op-Ed Columnist: Marco Rubio Must Be Destroyed

Demonstrators at the March for Our Lives in Parkland, Fla.
50 Years After Dr. King’s Death, New Lessons for Today

50 Years After Dr. King’s Death, New Lessons for Today

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., June 30, 1963, in a photograph from the New York Times archive. The month before, in Birmingham, Ala., he organized an anti-segregation protest by thousands of black
Nonfiction: Foreign Policy From the Dark Side

Nonfiction: Foreign Policy From the Dark Side

President Reagan with Henry Kissinger and other officials past and present, October 1981.
Frugal Traveler: Tucson Is a City That Encourages You to Explore

Frugal Traveler: Tucson Is a City That Encourages You to Explore

A cactus garden at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, about 10 miles outside Tucson, Ariz.
Sessions and Kushner Square Off, and Prisoners Hang in the Balance

Sessions and Kushner Square Off, and Prisoners Hang in the Balance

A federal prison in Butner, N.C. The United States has the world’s largest prison population.
In New York, Trump Backlash Takes Aim at Renegade Democrats

In New York, Trump Backlash Takes Aim at Renegade Democrats

The candidates challenging the eight Independent Democratic Conference senators in New York are functioning as a unified slate, appearing at events like the one earlier this month, where Alessandra
Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Attacks John Bolton for Suggesting the U.S. Should Bomb Iran

Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Attacks John Bolton for Suggesting the U.S. Should Bomb Iran

Trevor Noah called John R. Bolton’s approach to national security “horrible.”
Motion Picture Academy Finds No Merit to Accusations Against Its President

Motion Picture Academy Finds No Merit to Accusations Against Its President

John Bailey, the president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The inquiry focused on a claim that Mr. Bailey had attempted to touch a woman inappropriately about a decade ago.
Editorial: The Catalonia Dispute Ensnares Germany

Editorial: The Catalonia Dispute Ensnares Germany

Protesting the arrest of Carles Puigdemont, the former leader of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, on Tuesday.

Cambridge Analytica Whistle-Blower Contends Data-Mining Swung Brexit Vote

Christopher Wylie, who testified to British lawmakers, has become a red-haired, nose-ringed matinee idol in some technology quarters.