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Contributing Op-Ed Writer: How the Irish Could Still Save Civilization

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: How the Irish Could Still Save Civilization

Prime Minister Leo Varadkar of Ireland at the White House on Thursday.
On Baseball: Mike Schmidt’s Heir Apparent Is Nolan Arenado, Says Mike Schmidt

On Baseball: Mike Schmidt’s Heir Apparent Is Nolan Arenado, Says Mike Schmidt

Colorado third baseman Nolan Arenado, at 26, has three seasons with 35 homers and 130 runs batted in and five Gold Gloves.
Putin ‘Likely’ Ordered Russian Ex-Spy’s Poisoning, Britain Says

Putin ‘Likely’ Ordered Russian Ex-Spy’s Poisoning, Britain Says

The remarks on Friday from Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson were a significant escalation in the dispute between London and Moscow.
Opinion: The Bobby Kennedy Pathway

Opinion: The Bobby Kennedy Pathway

Robert Kennedy campaigning in Philadelphia in 1968.
A Good Appetite: Yes, Adults Can Have Chocolate for Breakfast. Really.

A Good Appetite: Yes, Adults Can Have Chocolate for Breakfast. Really.

Oatmeal, spiked with cocoa powder and healthy toppings, is a sweet breakfast treat.
An Invisible Artwork Reminds Austria of Its Nazi Past

An Invisible Artwork Reminds Austria of Its Nazi Past

The artist Susan Philipsz on the balcony in Vienna where Hitler addressed cheering crowds in March 1938. Her new work “The Voices” invites Austrians to reflect on that moment.
Most Americans Produce Services, Not Stuff. Trump Ignores That in Talking About Trade.

Most Americans Produce Services, Not Stuff. Trump Ignores That in Talking About Trade.

Black jack dealers are an example of the 105 million service workers in the U.S.
March Madness: UMBC Delivers Historic Upset Over No. 1 Virginia

March Madness: UMBC Delivers Historic Upset Over No. 1 Virginia

University of Maryland-Baltimore County players celebrate in the second half of their upset victory over Virginia.
Louise Slaughter, 88, 16-Term Liberal Congresswoman, Is Dead

Louise Slaughter, 88, 16-Term Liberal Congresswoman, Is Dead

Louise M. Slaughter in Washington in 1998. On the issue of abortion rights, she said, “I don’t think there’s anything worse for women in this country than to watch men in blue suits debating this
The Checkup: How Dr. T. Berry Brazelton Shaped Pediatrics

The Checkup: How Dr. T. Berry Brazelton Shaped Pediatrics

Dr. T. Berry Brazelton was known as “America’s pediatrician.”
For a Moment in Russia, Gold Falls From the Sky

For a Moment in Russia, Gold Falls From the Sky

Some 172 bars of doré, a gold-silver alloy, were recovered from the runway in Yakutsk, Russia.
Spirits of The Times: Does Blended Scotch Still Have a Place in the Modern Bar?

Spirits of The Times: Does Blended Scotch Still Have a Place in the Modern Bar?

While the sale of blended Scotches is in decline, they still vastly outsell their single malt cousins.
Trilobites: In Search of the Perfect Hair Dye

Trilobites: In Search of the Perfect Hair Dye

Blond hair before, top, and after being dyed with a graphene-based pigment. Dr. Jiaxing Huang of Northwestern University found that the dye created a natural-looking black hair shade that stayed on
How Training for the Paralympics Became a Full-Time Job

How Training for the Paralympics Became a Full-Time Job

Andrea Eskau of Germany competing in the biathlon at the Paralympics, which have become a full-time endeavor for some athletes thanks to increased funding.
Vietnam '67: The Truth Behind My Lai

Vietnam '67: The Truth Behind My Lai

Vietnamese villagers killed by American soldiers during the My Lai massacre in 1968.
Putin Is Certain to Win Re-election, but His Support May Be Slipping

Putin Is Certain to Win Re-election, but His Support May Be Slipping

A campaign poster for President Vladimir V. Putin in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. He is virtually guaranteed to win a fourth term on Sunday, but voter indifference is a threat.