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North Korea Frees American Prisoners, Lifting Hurdle to Nuclear Talks

North Korea Frees American Prisoners, Lifting Hurdle to Nuclear Talks

From left: Kim Dong-chul, Tony Kim and Kim Hak-song on TV news reports in Seoul, South Korea, this month. North Korea released the three men, all American citizens, on Wednesday.
Europe, Again Humiliated by Trump, Struggles to Defend Its Interests

Europe, Again Humiliated by Trump, Struggles to Defend Its Interests

With his Iran decision, as on climate and trade, President Trump has split sharply with strong allies.
Review: In ‘Revenge,’ the Trophy Turns Hunter

Review: In ‘Revenge,’ the Trophy Turns Hunter

Matilda Lutz and Kevin Janssens in “Revenge,” written and directed by Coralie Fargeat.
Review: In ‘The Seagull,’ a Great Play, a Great Cast and Yet ...

Review: In ‘The Seagull,’ a Great Play, a Great Cast and Yet ...

Annette Bening, left, as Irina, and Elisabeth Moss, as Masha, in “The Seagull.”
Review: ‘Boom for Real’ Is a Beguiling Look at a Teenage Basquiat

Review: ‘Boom for Real’ Is a Beguiling Look at a Teenage Basquiat

Jean-Michel Basquiat is the subject of Sara Driver’s new documentary.
Economic Scene: When All Else Fails, Tax Incentives Probably Will, Too

Economic Scene: When All Else Fails, Tax Incentives Probably Will, Too

President Trump with Terry Gou, chairman of the Taiwanese electronics supplier Foxconn, at the White House in July after the company announced plans for a plant in Wisconsin.
Deadly Jail Riot Near Indonesian Capital Is Claimed by ISIS

Deadly Jail Riot Near Indonesian Capital Is Claimed by ISIS

Police officers patrolling in Depok, south of Jakarta, Indonesia, on Wednesday, a day after a riot erupted at a detention center that held terrorism suspects.
Fighting for the Palme d’Or, and the Right to Fly to Cannes

Fighting for the Palme d’Or, and the Right to Fly to Cannes

Jafar Panahi in Tehran in 2010. His latest film, “Three Faces,” produced in spite of an official ban on his making films in or leaving Iran, is in competition for the top prize at this year’s Cannes
Lawyers Told Gina Haspel Torture Was Legal. But It Never Was.

Lawyers Told Gina Haspel Torture Was Legal. But It Never Was.

Gina Haspel, President Trump’s nominee to replace Mike Pompeo as C.I.A. director, at Mr. Pompeo’s swearing-in last week as secretary of state.
Iran, West Virginia, Gina Haspel: Your Wednesday Briefing

Iran, West Virginia, Gina Haspel: Your Wednesday Briefing

In announcing the U.S. withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal on Tuesday, President Trump called the agreement “disastrous.”
6 Takeaways From Tuesday’s Primary Elections

6 Takeaways From Tuesday’s Primary Elections

Richard Cordray and Betty Sutton secured the Democratic nomination for governor and lieutenant governor in Ohio on Tuesday.
European Companies Rushed to Invest in Iran. What Now?

European Companies Rushed to Invest in Iran. What Now?

A Peugeot 206 at the state-run Iran Khodro automobile manufacturing plant near Tehran. European officials want to protect their companies by finding ways to shield them from American sanctions while
Loving and Hating the Broadway Season: Our Critics Could Have Argued All Night

Loving and Hating the Broadway Season: Our Critics Could Have Argued All Night

Lauren Ambrose in the title role of “My Fair Lady,” a revival nominated for 10 Tony Awards.
The Interpreter: On Social Media’s Fringes, Growing Extremism Targets Women

The Interpreter: On Social Media’s Fringes, Growing Extremism Targets Women

A memorial for the victims of a van attack in Toronto last month. The suspect praised the “incel” movement.
Feature: Children of the Opioid Epidemic

Feature: Children of the Opioid Epidemic

Elizabeth and her baby at home in Rhode Island.
Neighborhood Joint: Meet Me at the Commons

Neighborhood Joint: Meet Me at the Commons

Sam Nidel, a co-owner of the Commons, serves breakfast to customers.