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Trump Escalates a Dispute With The Wall Street Journal Over a Quotation

Trump Escalates a Dispute With The Wall Street Journal Over a Quotation

President Trump said he had been misquoted as saying, “I probably have a very good relationship with Kim Jong-un,” the North Korean dictator.
Plane Skids Off Runway in Turkey: ‘It’s a Miracle We Escaped’

Plane Skids Off Runway in Turkey: ‘It’s a Miracle We Escaped’

No one was injured, officials said, after the Pegasus Airlines flight “had a runway excursion incident” and its nose ended up feet from the Black Sea.
Profile: Brussels, E.U. Capital, Gets a Novel, Both Tart and Empathic

Profile: Brussels, E.U. Capital, Gets a Novel, Both Tart and Empathic

The Austrian author Robert Menasse in December at the Savoy Hotel in Berlin.
Hope Fades for Missing Crew Members as Iranian Oil Tanker Sinks

Hope Fades for Missing Crew Members as Iranian Oil Tanker Sinks

The Sanchi, an Iranian oil tanker, burned for over a week off the coast of eastern China before sinking on Sunday.
‘I’m Running,’ Romney Says Privately, but as a Trump Friend or Foe?

‘I’m Running,’ Romney Says Privately, but as a Trump Friend or Foe?

Mitt Romney and his wife, Ann, at an event in April for the first Mormon temple built in metropolitan France.
‘Saturday Night Live,’ With Help From Old Friends, Skewers ‘Morning Joe’

‘Saturday Night Live,’ With Help From Old Friends, Skewers ‘Morning Joe’

This week’s “Saturday Night Live” took aim at MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” with Bill Murray playing the former Trump adviser Stephen K. Bannon and Fred Armisen as the author Michael Wolff.
In Some Countries, Facebook’s Fiddling Has Magnified Fake News

In Some Countries, Facebook’s Fiddling Has Magnified Fake News

The newsroom of Página Siete, a Bolivian newspaper. Traffic to the publication’s website plunged by 20 percent after Facebook began testing a new version of its News Feed in Bolivia.
The Interpreter: Hawaii False Alarm Hints at Thin Line Between Mishap and Nuclear War

The Interpreter: Hawaii False Alarm Hints at Thin Line Between Mishap and Nuclear War

An electronic sign in Oahu, Hawaii, after an emergency alert mistakenly warned residents that a ballistic missile was headed toward the island.
As Pope Francis Heads to Chile and Peru, Argentina Feels Snubbed, Again

As Pope Francis Heads to Chile and Peru, Argentina Feels Snubbed, Again

Nuns praying in the Basilica of San Jose de Flores this week in Buenos Aires, in the neighborhood where Pope Francis was born.
It’s the Ultimate TV Prize: An Unscripted Queen Elizabeth

It’s the Ultimate TV Prize: An Unscripted Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth has never given an interview, but in “The Coronation,” she puts aside her reticence to engage in a “conversation” with Alastair Bruce, left.
Everyone Is Getting Hilariously Rich and You’re Not

Everyone Is Getting Hilariously Rich and You’re Not

Fredric Fortier wears an Ethereum sweater along with Mathieu Baril wearing a Bitcoin sweater at the San Francisco Bitcoin Meetup Holiday Party at the Runway Incubator in December.
DACA Participants Can Again Apply for Renewal, Immigration Agency Says

DACA Participants Can Again Apply for Renewal, Immigration Agency Says

A rally in Washington last month in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The federal government said on Saturday it would resume accepting renewal requests from those already
Causes of False Missile Alerts: The Sun, the Moon and a 46-Cent Chip

Causes of False Missile Alerts: The Sun, the Moon and a 46-Cent Chip

A United States Air Force plane, right, intercepting a Soviet aircraft in 1982. Both countries were on high alert for nuclear launches throughout the Cold War.
Chile Slams World Bank Amid Charges of Political Bias

Chile Slams World Bank Amid Charges of Political Bias

President Michelle Bachelet of Chile speaking during the opening of a business forum in Havana, Cuba.
False Missile Warning in Hawaii Adds to Scrutiny of Emergency Alert System

False Missile Warning in Hawaii Adds to Scrutiny of Emergency Alert System

A test of the national Emergency Alert System in Washington in 2011. The Federal Communications Commission made the Wireless Emergency Alerts system operational the following year.
H&M Closes Stores in South Africa Amid Protests Over ‘Monkey’ Shirt

H&M Closes Stores in South Africa Amid Protests Over ‘Monkey’ Shirt

An H&M store in Johannesburg on Saturday after a protest by members of the Economic Freedom Fighters.
U.S. Open Loss Behind Her, Madison Keys Accentuates the Positive

U.S. Open Loss Behind Her, Madison Keys Accentuates the Positive

Madison Keys at her mother’s home in Bettendorf, Iowa. Heading into the Australian Open, Keys is healthy and happy.
Mark Wahlberg and Agency Will Donate $2 Million to Time’s Up After Outcry Over Pay

Mark Wahlberg and Agency Will Donate $2 Million to Time’s Up After Outcry Over Pay

Michelle Williams and Mark Wahlberg in “All the Money in the World.” When scenes in the film were reshot to remove Kevin Spacey, Ms. Williams received a per diem of $80 for 10 days of work while Mr.