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Sporting: Florida at 200 M.P.H.

Sporting: Florida at 200 M.P.H.

The top three finishers of the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, Fla.
The Human Behind the U.M.B.C. Twitter Account Takes a Victory Lap Too

The Human Behind the U.M.B.C. Twitter Account Takes a Victory Lap Too

Players on the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, basketball team celebrated their 74-54 victory over top-seeded Virginia on Friday night.
President of Steven Cohen’s Investment Firm Quits Amid Gender Bias Lawsuit

President of Steven Cohen’s Investment Firm Quits Amid Gender Bias Lawsuit

The billionaire investor Steven A. Cohen in 2016. A top executive at Mr. Cohen’s investment firm, Point72 Asset Management, resigned on Friday, a month after a lawsuit accused the firm of
Anthony Acevedo, Who Documented His Holocaust Ordeal, Dies at 93

Anthony Acevedo, Who Documented His Holocaust Ordeal, Dies at 93

Mr. Acevedo as an Army medic in an undated photograph. “More of our men died — so fast that you couldn’t keep track of their numbers,” he wrote in a diary entry.
In Israel’s Poorer Periphery, Legal Woes Don’t Dent Netanyahu’s Appeal

In Israel’s Poorer Periphery, Legal Woes Don’t Dent Netanyahu’s Appeal

Photographs of former Israeli prime ministers, including Menachem Begin, far left, Yitzhak Rabin and Golda Meir, and the current one, Benjamin Netanyahu, in the town of Netivot, a part of Israel where
Scott Pruitt, Trump’s Rule-Cutting E.P.A. Chief, Plots His Political Future

Scott Pruitt, Trump’s Rule-Cutting E.P.A. Chief, Plots His Political Future

Scott Pruitt, the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, has a record of rolling back regulations, which some see as a possible springboard to higher office.
New Sinn Fein Leader Has a Familiar Task: Wooing Irish-Americans

New Sinn Fein Leader Has a Familiar Task: Wooing Irish-Americans

Mary Lou McDonald, the new president of the political party Sinn Fein, courted support from Irish-Americans in New York City on Friday. It has raised more than $12 million in the United States since
How Trump Consultants Exploited the Facebook Data of Millions

How Trump Consultants Exploited the Facebook Data of Millions

Christopher Wylie, who helped found the data firm Cambridge Analytica and worked there until 2014, has described the company as an “arsenal of weapons” in a culture war.
Indian Children’s Book Lists Hitler as Leader ‘Who Will Inspire You’

Indian Children’s Book Lists Hitler as Leader ‘Who Will Inspire You’

“Great Leaders,” with a stony-faced Hitler on its cover alongside figures including India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, was still for sale on the publisher’s website on Saturday.
At Least 16 Migrants Drown Off Greek Island, Including 5 Children

At Least 16 Migrants Drown Off Greek Island, Including 5 Children

Thousands of migrants remain in overcrowded camps on the island of Lesbos, where frustrations are growing.
Opinion: Grab a Pillow: Weekend Reads From Opinion

Opinion: Grab a Pillow: Weekend Reads From Opinion

The young Parker photographed at the National Portrait Gallery, by Ben Hines, went viral and led to a dance party with Mrs. Obama.
Transgender Volleyball Star in Brazil Eyes Olympics and Stirs Debate

Transgender Volleyball Star in Brazil Eyes Olympics and Stirs Debate

Tifanny Abreu, jumping, in white, scores a point for her team, Vôlei Bauru, during a game in Brazil’s premier professional volleyball league. Ms. Abreu is the first transgender player in the league.
Your Money: Teachers and Annuities: A Questionable Match and Hard Products to Shed

Your Money: Teachers and Annuities: A Questionable Match and Hard Products to Shed

Ryan Frailich helping a teacher, Katie Harvey, manage her retirement savings. When he worked at a charter school, Mr. Frailich discovered that he and his colleagues had money in problematic annuities.
Russia Expels 23 British Diplomats, Escalating Row Over Ex-Spy’s Poisoning

Russia Expels 23 British Diplomats, Escalating Row Over Ex-Spy’s Poisoning

The British ambassador to Russia, Laurie Bristow, leaving the Foreign Ministry in Moscow on Saturday.
The Future of Time Warner, Coming Soon to a Court Near You

The Future of Time Warner, Coming Soon to a Court Near You

The trial over the proposed merger between AT&T and Time Warner is set to start in United States District Court.
Kim Petras Just Wants to Be a Pop Star

Kim Petras Just Wants to Be a Pop Star

Kim Petras dreams of being a pop hit maker. Her songs have been streamed millions of times on Spotify.
An Assassin’s Tool Kit: When Guns Are Not Enough

An Assassin’s Tool Kit: When Guns Are Not Enough

Investigators in Salisbury, England, after the former Russian spy Sergei V. Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, were attacked with a military-grade nerve agent.