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Advertising: A Sign of ‘Modern Society’: More Multiracial Families in Commercials

A few years ago, Cheerios was the subject of racist vitriol online after showing a multiracial family in an ad. Now more companies are showing these relationships as a way of signifying their values.
A New Principal Pushes for Change. Then the Investigations Start.

A New Principal Pushes for Change. Then the Investigations Start.

Nadav Zeimer was removed as the principal of Harlem Renaissance High School despite the fact that his superintendent said he had “turned a failing school into a successful school.”
Dozens of Migrants Drown Off Tunisia and Turkey; Hundreds Rescued Off Spain

Dozens of Migrants Drown Off Tunisia and Turkey; Hundreds Rescued Off Spain

Migrants were saved in the Mediterranean Sea by Spanish rescuers in May. Spain said 240 people in 11 small boats had been picked up on Saturday and Sunday.
When Guns Are Sold Illegally, A.T.F. Is Lenient on Punishment

When Guns Are Sold Illegally, A.T.F. Is Lenient on Punishment

Senior officials at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives were found to routinely overrule inspectors’ recommendations that gun dealers lose their licenses for making illegal sales.
About Samantha Bee, Ivanka Trump and That Word

About Samantha Bee, Ivanka Trump and That Word

Samantha Bee caused an uproar on Wednesday when she referred to Ivanka Trump with a vulgar term. She later apologized.
Pedro Sánchez, Spain’s New Leader, Returns From the Political Wilderness

Pedro Sánchez, Spain’s New Leader, Returns From the Political Wilderness

Pedro Sánchez, left, orchestrated a no-confidence motion against Mariano Rajoy in Parliament in Madrid on Friday. On Saturday, Mr. Sánchez was sworn in as prime minister of Spain.
A Baseball Binge With Small-Town Charm

A Baseball Binge With Small-Town Charm

Sam Suplizio Field hosts the 10-team, eight-day tournament.
U.S.-China Trade Talks End in an Impasse

U.S.-China Trade Talks End in an Impasse

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, third from left, with Vice Premier Liu He of China in Beijing on Sunday. The apparent impasse between the two sides left the Trump administration with the issue of what
Good News for Women With Breast Cancer: Many Don’t Need Chemo

Good News for Women With Breast Cancer: Many Don’t Need Chemo

Bari Brooks of White House, Tenn., received four chemotherapy treatments, six weeks of radiation and five years of hormone-blocking therapy for breast cancer. A new study suggests she might not have
Jon Tester, a Democrat in Deep-Red Montana, Isn’t Sweating Trump’s Threats

Jon Tester, a Democrat in Deep-Red Montana, Isn’t Sweating Trump’s Threats

Senator Jon Tester cleaning an air filter for a tractor on his farm in Big Sandy, Mont.

Fewer Immigrants Are Reporting Domestic Abuse. Police Blame Fear of Deportation.

The immigrant population grew significantly in Houston last year, yet the city saw a 16 percent drop in domestic violence reports from Hispanics.

How Texas’ Immigration Policies Silence Domestic Violence Survivors

Last year, Houston saw a 16 percent drop in domestic violence reports from Hispanics. The police blame Texas’ anti-sanctuary city law, saying it has made undocumented immigrants more reluctant to
One Family’s Toll on a Cruel Day: 7 Children With Amputated Legs

One Family’s Toll on a Cruel Day: 7 Children With Amputated Legs

Shafiqullah, 13, is one of seven children from an extended family wounded in the blast of a rocket left behind after a battle in Afghanistan.
Brexit Nightmare: 17-Mile Traffic Jams at the Dover Border

Brexit Nightmare: 17-Mile Traffic Jams at the Dover Border

A ferry arriving at the Port of Dover’s Eastern Docks in England.
Trump to Hold Ramadan Dinner After Skipping It Last Year

Trump to Hold Ramadan Dinner After Skipping It Last Year

President Trump will host a Ramadan dinner in the week ahead, restoring a tradition observed by past Democratic and Republican administrations.
Irving Sandler, Art Historian Who Was Close to Artists, Dies at 92

Irving Sandler, Art Historian Who Was Close to Artists, Dies at 92

Irving Sandler in his Greenwich Village apartment in 1990. His comprehensive book “The Triumph of American Painting: A History of Abstract Expressionism” “shaped generations of collectors,” a
Protesters Demand Audit of Hurricane Maria Death Toll in Puerto Rico

Protesters Demand Audit of Hurricane Maria Death Toll in Puerto Rico

Demonstrators at a rally outside the United Nations in Manhattan on Saturday. Protesters were demanding an audit of the official death toll from Hurricane Maria, which Puerto Rico set at 64 last year.
Op-Ed Columnist: Obama — Just Too Good for Us

Op-Ed Columnist: Obama — Just Too Good for Us

Ben Rhodes, a presidential adviser, with President Barack Obama on Air Force One in early 2016.