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Warriors 101, Rockets 92: Warriors Dispatch Rockets, Setting Up Fourth Finals Against Cavs

Warriors 101, Rockets 92: Warriors Dispatch Rockets, Setting Up Fourth Finals Against Cavs

Stephen Curry, left, led the Warriors on a third-quarter burst that left James Harden and the Rockets far behind.
TV Journalists Covering Storm Are Killed When Tree Crushes S.U.V. in North Carolina

TV Journalists Covering Storm Are Killed When Tree Crushes S.U.V. in North Carolina

Aaron Smeltzer and Mike McCormick, employees at WYFF News 4 in South Carolina.
On Baseball: Justin Verlander’s Mind Has Aged, but His Fastball Has Not

On Baseball: Justin Verlander’s Mind Has Aged, but His Fastball Has Not

Houston’s Justin Verlander has dominated the Yankees over the last two seasons, allowing two earned runs in 30⅔ innings.
North Korea Nuclear Disarmament Could Take 15 Years, Expert Warns

North Korea Nuclear Disarmament Could Take 15 Years, Expert Warns

Siegfried S. Hecker, a Stanford professor who once directed the Los Alamos weapons laboratory in New Mexico, says a phased denuclearization of North Korea could take far longer than the rapid
Virginia Republican, Seeking Alcohol Treatment, Won’t Run Again for House Seat

Virginia Republican, Seeking Alcohol Treatment, Won’t Run Again for House Seat

Tom Garrett in 2012, when he was a Virginia state senator. His announcement followed a week of rumors and accusations that he and his wife had required personal favors from employees.
With One Spot Left in the French Open, the Race Was On

With One Spot Left in the French Open, the Race Was On

Marco Trungelliti defeated Bernard Tomic in the first round of the French Open on Monday after driving from Barcelona the day before in order to claim a spot in the draw.
DealBook: Why Starbucks’s Bias Training, Despite Skepticism, Is an Important Start

DealBook: Why Starbucks’s Bias Training, Despite Skepticism, Is an Important Start

Starbucks is about to embark on one of corporate America’s most ambitious efforts to deal with implicit racial bias, by closing its doors for a four-hour afternoon training session.
Roman Abramovich, After Visa Troubles in Britain, Surfaces in Israel

Roman Abramovich, After Visa Troubles in Britain, Surfaces in Israel

Roman A. Abramovich, right, in Friburg, Switzerland, earlier this month. Mr. Abramovich has apparently immigrated to Israel after his British visa was not renewed.
Subtropical Storm Alberto Makes Landfall as Florida Braces for Rain

Subtropical Storm Alberto Makes Landfall as Florida Braces for Rain

Beachgoers on Okaloosa Island in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., on Monday, as Subtropical Storm Alberto approached the Gulf Coast.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s Manchurian Trade Policy

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s Manchurian Trade Policy

President Trump is using national security as a pretext for some tariffs while inexplicably ignoring it when it comes to a Chinese company.
Truckers’ Strike Paralyzes Brazil as President Courts Investors

Truckers’ Strike Paralyzes Brazil as President Courts Investors

Truckers protesting rising fuel costs blocked a major highway in Brazil over the weekend, displaying a sign that urged the military to “help the nation.”
Catholic School Rejected Its Gay Valedictorian’s Speech. So He Gave It With a Bullhorn.

Catholic School Rejected Its Gay Valedictorian’s Speech. So He Gave It With a Bullhorn.

Christian Bales, the valedictorian at Holy Cross High School in Covington, Ky., using a bullhorn to deliver his graduation speech on Friday.
Critic’s Notebook: Jazz Giants Dave Burrell and Archie Shepp Retrace Their Five-Decade History

Critic’s Notebook: Jazz Giants Dave Burrell and Archie Shepp Retrace Their Five-Decade History

Archie Shepp performed at the opening night of the Vision Festival one day before his 81st birthday.
An Unlikely Union Between an ’80s Rock Star and a Folk Choir Blossoms in Bulgaria

An Unlikely Union Between an ’80s Rock Star and a Folk Choir Blossoms in Bulgaria

Members of the Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices choir surrounding their new collaborator, Lisa Gerrard of Dead Can Dance.