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Michel Temer, Brazil’s Deeply Unpopular President, Signals Run for a New Term

Michel Temer, Brazil’s Deeply Unpopular President, Signals Run for a New Term

“I’m proud of what I’ve done,” said President Michel Temer of Brazil. “I’ve fixed a country that was broken.”
Friends and Family Wonder: Why Did the Austin Bomber Choose Us?

Friends and Family Wonder: Why Did the Austin Bomber Choose Us?

Mark Conditt, the Austin bombing suspect, and his first victim, Anthony Stephan House, both got haircuts at Delton’s Pecan Street Barber Shop in Pflugerville, Tex.
Demonstrators Who Brought Guns and an Opposing Message: ‘Shoot Back’

Demonstrators Who Brought Guns and an Opposing Message: ‘Shoot Back’

Demonstrators at a gun rights rally in Salt Lake City on Saturday. It was one of several such counterdemonstrations across the country as hundreds of thousands marched in support of gun control.
Students Lead Huge Rallies for Gun Control Across the U.S.

Students Lead Huge Rallies for Gun Control Across the U.S.

Naomi Wadler, 11, captivated her audience as she declared “Never again!” on behalf of black women and girls who have been the victims of gun violence.
Stormy Daniels, Porn Star Suing Trump, Is Known for Her Ambition: ‘She’s the Boss’

Stormy Daniels, Porn Star Suing Trump, Is Known for Her Ambition: ‘She’s the Boss’

Stephanie Clifford, a pornographic film star known as Stormy Daniels, says she had an affair with Donald J. Trump. To many in the capital, she has become an unexpected force, but those who know her
A Last Holdout on Divorce, Philippines Tiptoes Toward Legalization

A Last Holdout on Divorce, Philippines Tiptoes Toward Legalization

Lennie Visbal, 52, has not been able to cut ties to her estranged husband because divorce is illegal in the Philippines.
For Parkland Students, a Surreal Journey From ‘Normal’ to a Worldwide March

For Parkland Students, a Surreal Journey From ‘Normal’ to a Worldwide March

From left, Adam Hostig, 15, Josh Funk, 16, and Zach Cooper, 16, all sophomores at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, at the March for Our Lives in Washington on Saturday.
Vietnam '67: Why Lyndon Johnson Dropped Out

Vietnam '67: Why Lyndon Johnson Dropped Out

President Lyndon Johnson preparing an address on Vietnam in 1968.
Gary Lincoff, 75, Dies; Spread the Joy of Mushrooms Far and Wide

Gary Lincoff, 75, Dies; Spread the Joy of Mushrooms Far and Wide

The mycologist Gary Lincoff pointed out a resinous polypore fungus in Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx on a mushroom foray in 2011.
As Ties With Mexico Fray, Kushner Works Quietly to Mend Them

As Ties With Mexico Fray, Kushner Works Quietly to Mend Them

At the heart of Jared Kushner’s involvement with Mexico is the relationship he has cultivated with a close adviser to President Enrique Peña Nieto.
Opinion: We’re All in the Ghetto Now

Opinion: We’re All in the Ghetto Now

Protesters gathered outside a fund-raiser attended by President Trump in Beverly Hills.
Drilling in ‘Australia’s Galápagos’ Raises Hopes of Jobs and Fears of Spill

Drilling in ‘Australia’s Galápagos’ Raises Hopes of Jobs and Fears of Spill

The Great Australian Bight is a marine environment renowned for its sea life, including southern Bluefin tuna. It also sits on rich natural gas deposits.
Opinion: Stop Shielding Gun Makers

Opinion: Stop Shielding Gun Makers

A molten hot pistol at the Smith & Wesson factory in Springfield, Mass., in 2006.
Op-Ed Columnist: Bolt the Oval Against Bolton

Op-Ed Columnist: Bolt the Oval Against Bolton

Maybe President Trump, a determined critic of the Iraq war, is so bewitched by John Bolton’s mustache that he’s missed Mr. Bolton’s undying support for the invasion.
Opinion: A Voodoo Curse on Human Traffickers

Opinion: A Voodoo Curse on Human Traffickers

Oba Ewuare II, traditional ruler of the kingdom of Benin, at his coronation in 2016. This month he issued one curse and revoked others in a bid to encourage victims to testify against human
Op-Ed Columnist: A Hawk Takes Flight

Op-Ed Columnist: A Hawk Takes Flight

President George W. Bush meeting with John R. Bolton in 2006.