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Trump and Western Allies Expel Scores of Russians in Sweeping Rebuke Over U.K. Poisoning

Trump and Western Allies Expel Scores of Russians in Sweeping Rebuke Over U.K. Poisoning

President Trump at the White House on Sunday. He has been criticized for not being firm enough with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia.
update: Russia Proves a Challenging Destination for Some World Cup Fans

update: Russia Proves a Challenging Destination for Some World Cup Fans

A countdown clock for the 2018 World Cup was revealed in Moscow on March 5.
California Today: California Today: They Marched for Gun Control. Will Anything Change?

California Today: California Today: They Marched for Gun Control. Will Anything Change?

Crowds gathered to join student activists in “March for Our Lives” protests against gun violence in Los Angeles on Saturday.
Trump Gets First Major Trade Deal as South Korea Looks to Avoid Tariffs

Trump Gets First Major Trade Deal as South Korea Looks to Avoid Tariffs

Kim Hyun-chong, the South Korean trade minister, in Seoul on Monday. The Trade Ministry agreed to adhere to a quota of 2.68 million tons of steel exports to the United States a year, roughly 70
Review: ‘Transmissions’ Evokes a Climate (Poetic, With a Chance of Ballet)

Review: ‘Transmissions’ Evokes a Climate (Poetic, With a Chance of Ballet)

“Ralph McWilliams,” a 1941 photograph by George Platt Lynes in “Transmissions.” Lynes made many intensely poetic studio images of dancers and choreography.
Russia, Stormy Daniels, N.C.A.A. Basketball: Your Monday Briefing

Russia, Stormy Daniels, N.C.A.A. Basketball: Your Monday Briefing

Gazing into the U.S. through the border fence from Tijuana, Mexico. For the photographer, John Moore, the immigration debate extends well beyond the physical border — a line where fear and hope

She Was Shot in Parkland. Can She Turn Trauma Into Change?

Samantha Fuentes, 18, was hit by gunfire from an AR-15 rifle at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last month. Onstage, she’s helping to lead a national conversation about gun control. Behind the
Pursuits: In Energized Detroit, Savoring an Architectural Legacy

Pursuits: In Energized Detroit, Savoring an Architectural Legacy

The Fisher Building arcade and its ceiling, which features intricate frescoes and mosaics.
Grocery Wars Turn Small Chains Into Battlefield Casualties

Grocery Wars Turn Small Chains Into Battlefield Casualties

After a career in groceries, Maribeth Druse still works part time at the Tops Market in Cooperstown, N.Y. “Who works in the same job for 44 years and gets a pension anymore?” she asked. “Nobody.”
In Cuomo-Nixon Showdown, Black Votes Are an Early Flashpoint

In Cuomo-Nixon Showdown, Black Votes Are an Early Flashpoint

In recent days, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has held news conferences to highlight deteriorating conditions at New York City Housing Authority properties, as he did two weeks ago in the Bronx.
Lens: The Superfund Sites of Silicon Valley

Lens: The Superfund Sites of Silicon Valley

A soccer field located on the Superfund site of a former Hewlett-Packard manufacturing facility in Palo Alto, Calif.
Van Gogh Never Visited Japan, but He Saw It Everywhere

Van Gogh Never Visited Japan, but He Saw It Everywhere

Van Gogh’s “Almond Blossom” (1890) shows a strong Japanese influence. But it is based on the trees he saw in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France.
Op-Ed Contributor: Putin’s Favorite Tactic Has Finally Backfired

Op-Ed Contributor: Putin’s Favorite Tactic Has Finally Backfired

Police officers in protective suits near a bench in Salisbury, England, where Sergei Skripal and his daughter were found suffering from exposure to a rare nerve agent.
Saudis Claim to Intercept 7 Missiles Fired at Cities From Yemen

Saudis Claim to Intercept 7 Missiles Fired at Cities From Yemen

A damaged house in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on Monday, after it was hit by fragments of a destroyed missile said to have been fired by Houthi rebels from Yemen.