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Neo-Nazi Rally Draws About Two Dozen People and Upends a Small Georgia City

Neo-Nazi Rally Draws About Two Dozen People and Upends a Small Georgia City

Supporters of the National Socialist Movement, one of the larger neo-Nazi groups in the United States, held a rally in Newnan, Ga., on Saturday.
News Analysis: What Does Kim Jong-un Want? U.S. Fears Answer Is ‘Give a Little, Gain a Lot’

News Analysis: What Does Kim Jong-un Want? U.S. Fears Answer Is ‘Give a Little, Gain a Lot’

Meeting rooms that straddle the border between North and South Korea in the truce village of Panmunjom in the Demilitarized Zone are one possible location for a meeting between President Trump and Kim
Verne Troyer, Mini-Me in Austin Powers Movies, Dies at 49

Verne Troyer, Mini-Me in Austin Powers Movies, Dies at 49

Verne Troyer, left, as Mini-Me and Mike Myers as Dr. Evil in the 1999 comedy “Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me.”
‘Overwhelmed’ Postal Carrier Hoarded 17,000 Pieces of Mail, Officials Say

‘Overwhelmed’ Postal Carrier Hoarded 17,000 Pieces of Mail, Officials Say

A Postal Service employee in Brooklyn told investigators he “made sure to deliver the important mail” after he was charged with stashing approximately 17,000 pieces of undelivered mail.
After Sylvester Stallone Call, Trump Considers ‘Full Pardon’ of Long-Dead Boxer

After Sylvester Stallone Call, Trump Considers ‘Full Pardon’ of Long-Dead Boxer

President Trump on Thursday in West Palm Beach, Fla. “Sylvester Stallone called me with the story of heavyweight boxing champion Jack Johnson,” the president said on Saturday.
In Message to Trump, Europe and Mexico Announce Trade Pact

In Message to Trump, Europe and Mexico Announce Trade Pact

In announcing a trade pact with Mexico on Saturday, Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, said, “Trade can and should be a win-win process and today’s agreement shows just

We Are Conservatives and We Believe Climate Change Is Real

The fight against climate change is a nonpartisan issue across the globe except, of course, in the United States.

Saudi Arabia Says Toy Drone Shot Down in Capital Riyadh

The state news agency says security forces shot down a toy drone flying in an unauthorized space on Saturday.
Scott Pruitt Met With Lobbyist Whose Wife Rented Him a $50-a-Night Condo

Scott Pruitt Met With Lobbyist Whose Wife Rented Him a $50-a-Night Condo

Scott Pruitt, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, has been criticized for the ways that his professional actions overlap with personal relationships.
As Rod Rosenstein Battles to Protect Mueller, His Tactics Could Cost the Justice Dept.

As Rod Rosenstein Battles to Protect Mueller, His Tactics Could Cost the Justice Dept.

Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, has proved adept at political gamesmanship, but his maneuvers could expose the Justice Department to more politically motivated attacks.
America Before Earth Day: Smog and Disasters Spurred the Laws Trump Wants to Undo

America Before Earth Day: Smog and Disasters Spurred the Laws Trump Wants to Undo

A Santa Barbara beach in 1969. The oil spill killed thousands of birds, seals and sea lions.
Editorial: An Opioid Crisis Foretold

Editorial: An Opioid Crisis Foretold

Victims in the second Opium War, circa 1860.
Opinion: The Business Deals That Could Imperil Trump

Opinion: The Business Deals That Could Imperil Trump

A Russian émigré with a checkered past helped develop what was known as Trump SoHo until last December.