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Pentagon May Cut Commando Forces in Africa in Major Military Review

Pentagon May Cut Commando Forces in Africa in Major Military Review

An American Special Forces soldier training Nigerien troops during an exercise in April outside Agadez, Niger.
My Detox: The Healthy Dish Alek Wek Makes to Stay Energized

My Detox: The Healthy Dish Alek Wek Makes to Stay Energized

The finished stew, served with warm whole-wheat couscous for an extra hit of fiber, along with freshly squeezed lemon juice sweetened with honey.
Global Health: Nipah Virus, Rare and Dangerous, Spreads in India

Global Health: Nipah Virus, Rare and Dangerous, Spreads in India

Burying a victim of the Nipah virus in Kozhikode, southern India. There is no vaccine and no cure for the disease.
The New Health Care: Reagan, Deregulation and America’s Exceptional Rise in Health Care Costs

The New Health Care: Reagan, Deregulation and America’s Exceptional Rise in Health Care Costs

President Reagan at a news conference in 1981. Was the cheerful deregulator to blame for rising health care costs? A lot of readers seemed to think so.
New Rules for Bats Leave Youth Baseball Parents With the Bill

New Rules for Bats Leave Youth Baseball Parents With the Bill

In Waupaca, Wis., Ryder Vergauwen, 10, is still hitting home runs with his new bat approved by U.S.A. Baseball.
Slovenia Elections Tilt Another European Country to the Right

Slovenia Elections Tilt Another European Country to the Right

Janez Jansa, the Slovenian Democratic Party leader, center, addressing supporters at his party headquarters in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on Sunday.
North Korea Says Syria’s Assad Will Visit With Kim

North Korea Says Syria’s Assad Will Visit With Kim

President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, left, was visited by North Korea’s newly appointed ambassador to Damascus, Mun Jong-nam, on Wednesday.
Planning Trump-Kim Meeting: Who Sits Where, What Will They Eat and Who Pays?

Planning Trump-Kim Meeting: Who Sits Where, What Will They Eat and Who Pays?

President Trump met with a high-ranking North Korean envoy at the White House on Friday to lay the ground work for the summit meeting with North Korea’s leader.
As Calls for Action Crescendo, de Blasio Takes On Segregated Schools

As Calls for Action Crescendo, de Blasio Takes On Segregated Schools

Mayor Bill de Blasio, right, and the schools chancellor, Richard A. Carranza, are trying to address segregation in education. Black and Hispanic students make up nearly 70 percent of the city’s public
Op-Ed Columnist: Where Trump Succeeded

Op-Ed Columnist: Where Trump Succeeded

President Trump at a “Make America Great Again” rally in Nashville on Tuesday.