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News Analysis: Netanyahu’s Bilingual U.S. Tour: Triumphal and Defensive

News Analysis: Netanyahu’s Bilingual U.S. Tour: Triumphal and Defensive

Benjamin Netanyahu at the United Nations on Thursday. Will this be his last American visit as Israel’s prime minister?
Judge Floats Idea to Settle @realDonaldTrump Twitter Blocking Case

Judge Floats Idea to Settle @realDonaldTrump Twitter Blocking Case

Rebecca Buckwalter-Poza and Philip Cohen, two of the seven people who have filed a lawsuit after being blocked by President Trump on Twitter, after arguments in federal court on Thursday.
North Korea Asks for Direct Nuclear Talks, and Trump Agrees

North Korea Asks for Direct Nuclear Talks, and Trump Agrees

No sitting American president has ever met a North Korean leader, and the meeting would be a breathtaking gamble for Mr. Trump.
Yale Rape Verdict Shows How ‘Yes Means Yes’ Can Be Murkier in Court

Yale Rape Verdict Shows How ‘Yes Means Yes’ Can Be Murkier in Court

Saifullah Khan, who was accused of raping a fellow Yale student on Halloween night in 2015, was declared not guilty on Wednesday after barely three hours of deliberations.
Op-Ed Columnist: Understanding Student Mobbists

Op-Ed Columnist: Understanding Student Mobbists

Protesters on Monday objected to a white nationalist speaker’s visit to Michigan State University.
Steve Cash Was Already the World’s Best Sled Hockey Goalie. Then He Got a Coach.

Steve Cash Was Already the World’s Best Sled Hockey Goalie. Then He Got a Coach.

Steve Cash, the goalie for the United States sled hockey team, has allowed only two goals in winning the gold medal at the last two Paralympics.
Trump’s Latest Tariff Strategy: Less Trade War, and More Let’s Make a Deal

Trump’s Latest Tariff Strategy: Less Trade War, and More Let’s Make a Deal

President Trump with steel workers in the White House during the announcement of new tariffs on Thursday.
Health Officials Assail ‘Pricing Schemes’ That Gouge Patients

Health Officials Assail ‘Pricing Schemes’ That Gouge Patients

Alex Azar, the secretary of health and human services, said at a conference this week that knowing upfront the cost of treatments would give patients more control over their health care.
Nitin Vadukul, Inventive Photographer of Hip-Hop, Dies at 52

Nitin Vadukul, Inventive Photographer of Hip-Hop, Dies at 52

Nitin Vadukul in Manhattan in 2017. “He understood hip-hop, he was collaborative, and he made it fun,” Eminem said.
‘Someone’s Shooting Up the School’: Florida 911 Calls Reveal Moments of Panic

‘Someone’s Shooting Up the School’: Florida 911 Calls Reveal Moments of Panic

Students and parents embraced after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., on Feb. 14.
A Trade Skirmish Is Underway. That Doesn’t Mean a Trade War Is Near.

A Trade Skirmish Is Underway. That Doesn’t Mean a Trade War Is Near.

The Trump administration hasn't moved the trade goal posts as much as some critics might think. Aluminum uprights being painted in Delhi, N.Y.
No Dancing, No Swaying: Saudi Pop Concert Comes With Warning

No Dancing, No Swaying: Saudi Pop Concert Comes With Warning

The strict regulations for the March 30 concert by Tamer Hosny, center, a popular Egyptian singer whose lyrics sometimes contain sexual innuendo, were issued by the kingdom’s entertainment authority.
Op-Ed Columnist: Krugman’s Taking Your Questions on Trade

Op-Ed Columnist: Krugman’s Taking Your Questions on Trade

President Trump on Thursday after signing an order imposing steel and aluminum tariffs.
Russia’s Greatest Problem in Syria: Its Ally, President Assad

Russia’s Greatest Problem in Syria: Its Ally, President Assad

A poster of President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, left, and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia in Aleppo, Syria, last month.
Colombia Rebel Ends Presidential Campaign, in Blow to Peace Process

Colombia Rebel Ends Presidential Campaign, in Blow to Peace Process

The former rebel commander Rodrigo Londoño at the start of his political campaign in Ciudad Bolívar, south of Bogotá, Colombia, in January.
Op-Ed Contributors: John McCain and Angelina Jolie: America Should Lead in Saving the Rohingya

Op-Ed Contributors: John McCain and Angelina Jolie: America Should Lead in Saving the Rohingya

A Rohingya refugee in Bangladesh who suffered burns when her house in Myanmar was set ablaze by soldiers.