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The Democrats’ Real Diversity Problem

The Democrats’ Real Diversity Problem

Representative Joseph Crowley, Democrat of New York.
Vaping Products That Look Like Juice Boxes and Candy Are Target of Crackdown

Vaping Products That Look Like Juice Boxes and Candy Are Target of Crackdown

A handout from the F.D.A. showing misleading packaging on liquid nicotine products, left, compared to an actual juice product.
Abbas Attar, Who Photographed Iran’s Revolution, Dies at 74

Abbas Attar, Who Photographed Iran’s Revolution, Dies at 74

The Iranian photographer Abbas. His book “Allah O Akbar: A Journey Through Militant Islam” (1994), recounted his travels through 29 Islamic countries.
Books News: A Work by Zora Neale Hurston Will Finally Be Published

Books News: A Work by Zora Neale Hurston Will Finally Be Published

In 1931, publishers were unimpressed with Zora Neale Hurston’s “Barracoon.” One offered to buy it if she rewrote it “in language rather than dialect.” Hurston refused, and the book was never published
Is That Dog (or Pig) on Your Flight Really a Service Animal?

Is That Dog (or Pig) on Your Flight Really a Service Animal?

A service dog on a plane at Newark Liberty International Airport during a training exercise last year. The Department of Transportation is considering rules to counteract passengers who falsely claim
Iran, Like Russia Before It, Tries to Block Telegram App

Iran, Like Russia Before It, Tries to Block Telegram App

Iranian hard-liners complain that the Telegram app poses dangers because the country’s censors have no control over it.
California Today: California Today: Members of the Migrant Caravan Await Their Fate Near San Diego

California Today: California Today: Members of the Migrant Caravan Await Their Fate Near San Diego

Members of a migrant caravan walked to the border wall in Tijuana, Mexico, on Sunday.

‘We’re in the Money’: Sainsbury’s Chief Sings Himself Into Trouble

The head of the British supermarket chain has had to apologize for “an unguarded moment” before a TV interview about a merger.
Trump Calls Disclosure of Mueller Questions in Russia Investigation ‘Disgraceful’

Trump Calls Disclosure of Mueller Questions in Russia Investigation ‘Disgraceful’

In a second tweet about the special counsel inquiries, President Trump said that it “would seem very hard” to obstruct justice if there was never a crime, and he repeated his claim that the inquiry is
Op-Ed Columnist: The Truth Is Coming for Trump

Op-Ed Columnist: The Truth Is Coming for Trump

Special counsel investigators provided Donald Trump’s legal team with a list of questions Robert Mueller wants to ask the president.
A Haven in Queens for Flight Personnel After Touching Down

A Haven in Queens for Flight Personnel After Touching Down

Bell Evergreen, a flight attendant, chatted with her boyfriend, Abraham Rich, another airline worker, at Austin’s Ale House in Kew Gardens, Queens, a neighborhood bar popular with flight crews.
Missing Mexicans’ Case Shines Light on Military’s Role in Drug War

Missing Mexicans’ Case Shines Light on Military’s Role in Drug War

Relatives of three people who disappeared in 2009, after a hearing of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in San José, Costa Rica, on Thursday.
Robert Mueller, Iran, Tony Awards: Your Tuesday Briefing

Robert Mueller, Iran, Tony Awards: Your Tuesday Briefing

President Trump has expressed a desire, at times, to be interviewed by the special counsel Robert Mueller. The president’s lawyers have been negotiating the terms of an interview, and The Times
Creepy or Not? Your Privacy Concerns Probably Reflect Your Politics

Creepy or Not? Your Privacy Concerns Probably Reflect Your Politics

A survey from the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania asked participants about different hypothetical situations. One asked how they felt about landlords subscribing
Review: An Afternoon of Opera Stars in the Making

Review: An Afternoon of Opera Stars in the Making

The soprano Madison Leonard, one of the five winners of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions.
Fire in São Paulo, Brazil, Brings Down a High-Rise

Fire in São Paulo, Brazil, Brings Down a High-Rise

Firefighters said the blaze began around 1:30 a.m. local time, and that 160 firefighters had gone to the scene.CreditS
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Letting Sprint and T-Mobile Merge Is a Terrible Idea

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Letting Sprint and T-Mobile Merge Is a Terrible Idea

The proposed merger between Sprint and T-Mobile would create a new telecommunications behemoth.
The Conversation: Donald Trump, Live and Unfiltered!

The Conversation: Donald Trump, Live and Unfiltered!

President Trump speaking at a rally in Michigan on Saturday.
Best of Late Night: Michelle Wolf’s Old Late-Night Bosses Come to Her Defense

Best of Late Night: Michelle Wolf’s Old Late-Night Bosses Come to Her Defense

Trevor Noah feigned anger at Michelle Wolf, who left “The Daily Show” a few months ago to host her own Netflix show, and told her that she was retroactively “fired.”