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Op-Ed Contributor: If You’re a Patriot and a Christian, You Should Support the Dream Act

Op-Ed Contributor: If You’re a Patriot and a Christian, You Should Support the Dream Act

Demonstrators near the United States Senate in support of the Dream Act last month.
Angela Merkel Starts Grooming Successors, and One Stands Out

Angela Merkel Starts Grooming Successors, and One Stands Out

Chancellor Angela Merkel, left, congratulated Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer after she was elected secretary general of the Christian Democratic Union in Berlin on Monday.
Scientists Fear for Colombia’s ‘Melted Rainbow’

Scientists Fear for Colombia’s ‘Melted Rainbow’

The Caño Cristales in Colombia, home to Macarenia clavigera, which turns the river bright colors in the rainy season. It has become a tourist attraction, but oil reserves nearby have pitted the
What to Cook: Go Big!

What to Cook: Go Big!

Cumin-roasted pork chops and brussels sprouts.
Syria Cease-Fire Must Take Effect Immediately, U.N. Chief Warns

Syria Cease-Fire Must Take Effect Immediately, U.N. Chief Warns

People receiving medical treatment in eastern Ghouta, Syria, on Sunday. More than 500 people have died in the area in the past week, including 24 in the day since the cease-fire resolution was passed.
Supreme Court Turns Down Trump’s Appeal in ‘Dreamers’ Case

Supreme Court Turns Down Trump’s Appeal in ‘Dreamers’ Case

Demonstrators supporting the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in Manhattan.
With Xi’s Power Grab, China Joins New Era of Strongmen

With Xi’s Power Grab, China Joins New Era of Strongmen

The Communist Party is abolishing limits on presidential terms, effectively allowing President Xi Jinping to lead China indefinitely.
California Today: California Today: 4 Takeaways From the State’s Democratic Convention

California Today: California Today: 4 Takeaways From the State’s Democratic Convention

Senator Dianne Feinstein at the California Democratic Convention on Saturday.
Fashion Review: Tommy Hilfiger Runs Out of Gas

Fashion Review: Tommy Hilfiger Runs Out of Gas

Tommy Hilfiger, right, and Gigi Hadid at the finale of Mr. Hilfiger’s see-now/buy-now spring 2018 show.
A Quiet Jerusalem Neighborhood Gets a U.S. Embassy, and a Spotlight

A Quiet Jerusalem Neighborhood Gets a U.S. Embassy, and a Spotlight

The United States Embassy will be temporarily housed in American consular offices, center, in the Arnona neighborhood of Jerusalem.
‘Creepy’ Interview Quizzes New Zealand’s Prime Minister on Conception

‘Creepy’ Interview Quizzes New Zealand’s Prime Minister on Conception

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand in Auckland last year. An Australian interviewer raised eyebrows in a “60 Minutes” segment on Sunday by alluding to speculation about when her baby was
Xi Jinping, Winter Olympics, Weinstein Company: Your Monday Briefing

Xi Jinping, Winter Olympics, Weinstein Company: Your Monday Briefing

Mourners on Sunday at a memorial for the victims of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. Staff members begin returning to work today, and classes will resume on
3 Far-Flung Cities Offer Clues to Unsnarling Manhattan’s Streets

3 Far-Flung Cities Offer Clues to Unsnarling Manhattan’s Streets

Rush-hour traffic in London builds up near the Canary Wharf business district. A congestion pricing system that started in 2003 helped reduce traffic and delays, though the advent of ride-hailing apps
New York Today: New York Today: Documenting Protest

New York Today: New York Today: Documenting Protest

LeRoy Henderson, a Civil Rights era photographer, at his Brooklyn home.
President Xi Jinping’s Rise in China, as Covered by The Times

President Xi Jinping’s Rise in China, as Covered by The Times

President Xi Jinping of China at Tiananmen Square in 2017. While Mr. Xi has used a steely edge to consolidate power, he has tried to convey an image of a softer, more humane leader than his
Op-Ed Contributor: My Teachers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Saved Lives

Op-Ed Contributor: My Teachers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Saved Lives

President Trump with Carson Abt, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in the State Dining Room of the White House on Wednesday.
Op-Ed Contributor: The Consequences of Judicial Activism on the Supreme Court

Op-Ed Contributor: The Consequences of Judicial Activism on the Supreme Court

A sign across from Chester Mental Health Center in Chester, Ill., where about 400 union workers are employed.