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Angela Merkel Is Next to Visit Trump, Skipping the Bonhomie

Angela Merkel Is Next to Visit Trump, Skipping the Bonhomie

President Trump and Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany in the Oval Office last year, during a visit in which Mr. Trump missed or ignored a cue to shake hands with Ms. Merkel. Few expect a warmer
Prosecutor of Patz’s Killer Takes Over Weinstein Inquiry

Prosecutor of Patz’s Killer Takes Over Weinstein Inquiry

Joan Illuzzi, the prosecutor now overseeing the Harvey Weinstein inquiry, has expertise in cold cases in which there is little or no physical evidence and the credibility of witnesses is paramount.
Howard University Stares Down Challenges, and Hard Questions on Black Colleges

Howard University Stares Down Challenges, and Hard Questions on Black Colleges

Students at Howard University staged a sit-in for eight days in late March and early April, calling for the resignation of the university president, adequate housing and an end to tuition increases,
Walmart, With Billions to Spend, Seeks Flipkart E-Commerce Site in India

Walmart, With Billions to Spend, Seeks Flipkart E-Commerce Site in India

Kalyan Krishnamurthy, Flipkart’s chief executive, is credited with turning the online retailer around after a rocky start.
California Today: California Today: After Three Decades, Finally, an Arrest

California Today: California Today: After Three Decades, Finally, an Arrest

Law enforcement officials at a home searched in connection with the arrest of a man on suspicion of murder in Citrus Heights, Calif.
Isolation of White House Medical Unit Hid Ronny Jackson From Scrutiny

Isolation of White House Medical Unit Hid Ronny Jackson From Scrutiny

Dr. Ronny L. Jackson in January. The White House has withdrawn his nomination to become the next Veterans Affairs secretary.
Federal Agencies Lost Track of Nearly 1,500 Migrant Children Placed With Sponsors

Federal Agencies Lost Track of Nearly 1,500 Migrant Children Placed With Sponsors

Central American children playing at an immigrant respite center after their families were released from U.S. immigration officials in McAllen, Tex., in February.
Trilobites: A Massacre Frozen in Time: Skeletons in Sweden Reveal Ancient Attack

Trilobites: A Massacre Frozen in Time: Skeletons in Sweden Reveal Ancient Attack

Remains of victims found by archaeologists, who determined the villagers were slaughtered in their homes on the island of Öland in the Baltic Sea.
When North Met South: A Short History of Inter-Korean Summits

When North Met South: A Short History of Inter-Korean Summits

Then-President Kim Dae-jung of South Korea, right, flew to Pyongyang in June 2000 for talks with Kim Jong-il, left, North Korea’s leader. It later emerged that the South had paid the North $450
Deutsche Bank Abandons Wall Street Ambitions, and Focuses on Europe

Deutsche Bank Abandons Wall Street Ambitions, and Focuses on Europe

Deutsche Bank is effectively abandoning its efforts to be a Wall Street titan under its new chief executive, Christian Sewing.
Some L.G.B.T. Parents Reject the Names ‘Mommy’ and ‘Daddy’

Some L.G.B.T. Parents Reject the Names ‘Mommy’ and ‘Daddy’

Isaac Schankler, left, and Amanda Davidson are among a wave of gender-nonconforming parents reconsidering the labels of “mommy” and “daddy.”
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Ronny Jackson Shouldn’t Head the V.A. Should He Even Be Practicing Medicine?

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Ronny Jackson Shouldn’t Head the V.A. Should He Even Be Practicing Medicine?

White House staff members, including Dr. Ronny L. Jackson, second from right, walking to Air Force One as they arrived at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland with President Trump, in February.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Supreme Court and the New Civil War

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Supreme Court and the New Civil War

“Authority of Law,” a statue at the Supreme Court facing the Capitol in Washington.
Ronny Jackson, Golden State Killer, Bill Cosby: Your Thursday Briefing

Ronny Jackson, Golden State Killer, Bill Cosby: Your Thursday Briefing

The National Memorial for Peace and Justice, opening today in Montgomery, Ala., remembers the thousands of victims of lynchings. It was inspired by the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin and the Apartheid
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Takes On Ronny Jackson Controversy

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Takes On Ronny Jackson Controversy

Stephen Colbert bantered about accusations that on an overseas trip President Trump’s nominee to lead Veterans Affairs “was intoxicated and banged on the hotel room door of a female employee.”