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Mike Pompeo Expresses Support for Israeli Response to Gaza Protests

Mike Pompeo Expresses Support for Israeli Response to Gaza Protests

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, left, and Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi of Jordan in Amman on Monday. “We do believe the Israelis have the right to defend themselves, and we’re fully supportive of
China Is Set to Take a Hard Line on Trump’s Trade Demands

China Is Set to Take a Hard Line on Trump’s Trade Demands

A container port in China’s eastern province of Shandong. The Trump administration wants Beijing to curb its $300 billion plan to bankroll China’s push into advanced technologies.
Syria Missile Strikes Reportedly Kill at Least 16

Syria Missile Strikes Reportedly Kill at Least 16

Fire and explosions on Sunday at what is believed to be a military base near Hama, Syria.
New York Today: New York Today: The Officers Checking Your Trash

New York Today: New York Today: The Officers Checking Your Trash

Lt. Hector Marrero waiting for his partner to issue a ticket for public urination in the Bronx.
The Checkup: On Being an Orphan, Frequently

The Checkup: On Being an Orphan, Frequently

The author’s parents, Morton Klass and Sheila Solomon Klass, on their wedding day, May 2, 1953.
A Book of Emails Women Love to Hate

A Book of Emails Women Love to Hate

Caroline Moss, left, and Michelle Markowitz, the creators of the column "Hey Ladies," which has been expanded into book form.
Op-Ed Contributor: Sex and Shame: What Incels and Jihadists Have in Common

Op-Ed Contributor: Sex and Shame: What Incels and Jihadists Have in Common

A makeshift memorial on the street where a van driver attacked a crowd of pedestrians in downtown Toronto.
North Korea, Sprint, Michelle Wolf: Your Monday Briefing

North Korea, Sprint, Michelle Wolf: Your Monday Briefing

At Coney Island in the summer of 1978. This photograph was one of thousands of long-forgotten pictures of life in New York City’s parks that were recently rediscovered. A selection will go on display
Fiction: The First Lady of the Confederacy Considers Her Painful Past

Fiction: The First Lady of the Confederacy Considers Her Painful Past

The Davis family at Beauvoir, their home in Biloxi, Miss., in the mid-1880s.

They Survived a Massacre. Then the Lawyers Started Calling.

Christopher Hansen, a survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in 2016. Mr. Hansen said he was approached by the office manager of a law firm in the weeks after the massacre.
The First Time: The Duplass Brothers: The First Time We Got Cable TV

The First Time: The Duplass Brothers: The First Time We Got Cable TV

The filmmakers and actors Jay, left, and Mark Duplass are the authors of the memoir “Like Brothers” (Ballantine Books). This is an edited excerpt from the book.
Nonfiction: America’s Most Famous Street

Nonfiction: America’s Most Famous Street

The corner of Broadway and Fulton Street, circa 1860.
Sidebar: #GorsuchStyle Garners a Gusher of Groans. But Is His Writing Really That Bad?

Sidebar: #GorsuchStyle Garners a Gusher of Groans. But Is His Writing Really That Bad?

Critics say Justice Neil M. Gorsuch’s reputation for lively, finely tuned prose has descended into, as one put it, “a glop of cutesy idioms, pointless metaphors and garbled diction.”
Anonymous Owner, L.L.C.: Why It Has Become So Easy to Hide in the Housing Market

Anonymous Owner, L.L.C.: Why It Has Become So Easy to Hide in the Housing Market

Parcel surveys of Memphis have revealed that a majority of the most blighted properties belong to L.L.C.s. Many have effectively gone out of business without selling the homes, leaving their ownership
The New Health Care: Worried About Risky Teenage Behavior? Make School Tougher

The New Health Care: Worried About Risky Teenage Behavior? Make School Tougher

A math camp at Murry Bergtraum High School in New York. Studies have shown that increased high school math graduation requirements have been linked to higher future earnings.
Journalists Suffer Deadliest Day in Afghanistan Since at Least 2002

Journalists Suffer Deadliest Day in Afghanistan Since at Least 2002

Journalists and others responding to the first blast in Kabul were caught as victims in the second. Government and diplomatic offices are heavily present in the area.
A Numbers Guy Left the Front Office to Coach Prospects. Here’s What He Learned.

A Numbers Guy Left the Front Office to Coach Prospects. Here’s What He Learned.

Sig Mejdal, the leading sabermetrics analyst for the Houston Astros, in the dugout of the team’s Class AA affiliate, the Corpus Christi Hooks, last week. Mejdal served as a coach for a club on the