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Eric Wynalda Discusses His Financial Problems — and Everything Else

Eric Wynalda Discusses His Financial Problems — and Everything Else

“I propose a threat to a monopoly, because that’s what this is,” Eric Wynalda says about how he will revive American soccer.
Assistant to Goldman Sachs Executive Stole and Sold His Rare Wines, U.S. Says

Assistant to Goldman Sachs Executive Stole and Sold His Rare Wines, U.S. Says

Federal authorities said that Nicolas De-Meyer, the personal assistant to David M. Solomon, a co-president at Goldman Sachs, stole and sold wines from his collection, including bottles of Domaine de
Trump Hands Out ‘Fake News Awards,’ Sans the Red Carpet

Trump Hands Out ‘Fake News Awards,’ Sans the Red Carpet

A Times Square billboard that “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” bought to nominate itself for President Trump’s “Fake News Awards.”
Hunting a C.I.A. Mole, Agents Gambled and Let a Suspect Return to China

Hunting a C.I.A. Mole, Agents Gambled and Let a Suspect Return to China

Fears of a mole grew when the C.I.A. noticed in late 2010 that its spies were disappearing.
Olympic Détente Upends U.S. Strategy on North Korea

Olympic Détente Upends U.S. Strategy on North Korea

South Koreans holding “unification flags” at a hockey game between South Korea and North Korea in 2017. The two Koreas will have a joint women’s hockey team at the Games.
Op-Ed Columnist: John Kelly, Deacon of Deportation

Op-Ed Columnist: John Kelly, Deacon of Deportation

White House Chief of Staff General John Kelly in the Oval Office last October.
Op-Ed Columnist: Donald Trump Gets His Sanity Grades

Op-Ed Columnist: Donald Trump Gets His Sanity Grades

Dr. Ronny Jackson discussing President Trump’s health with reporters on Tuesday.
Sex Abuse Case Shadows Pope Francis’ Visit to Peru

Sex Abuse Case Shadows Pope Francis’ Visit to Peru

Banners welcoming Pope Francis to Peru on display in Lima last week.
With Trump’s Visit to Pennsylvania, G.O.P. Scrambles to Save a House Seat

With Trump’s Visit to Pennsylvania, G.O.P. Scrambles to Save a House Seat

Campaign workers in Canonsburg, Pa., made calls this week to drum up support for Rick Saccone, a Republican candidate for the House.
Senate Democrats Make Hard Turn Left in Warming Up for 2020 Race

Senate Democrats Make Hard Turn Left in Warming Up for 2020 Race

Democrats stood firmly together last year, when every Senate Democrat, including Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, voted against repealing the Affordable Care Act and the Republicans’ tax overhaul.
Op-Ed Contributor: Trump’s Chance to Save American Steel

Op-Ed Contributor: Trump’s Chance to Save American Steel

The flagship Bethlehem Steel plant in Pennsylvania. Squeezed by competition from imports, it stopped making steel in 1995.
U.S. Funding Cut Reignites Debate on Palestinian Refugee Agency

U.S. Funding Cut Reignites Debate on Palestinian Refugee Agency

The Khan Younis refugee camp in Gaza, where much of the population relies on assistance from the United Nations Relief and Works Agency.
Trump Was Not ‘Fully Informed’ in Campaign Vows on Wall, Chief of Staff Says

Trump Was Not ‘Fully Informed’ in Campaign Vows on Wall, Chief of Staff Says

John F. Kelly, the White House chief of staff, met on Wednesday with members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus.
A Girl’s Killing Puts Germany’s Migration Policy on Trial

A Girl’s Killing Puts Germany’s Migration Policy on Trial

Flowers and candles at the entrance of the drugstore where a teenage girl was killed in Kandel, Germany.
Trilobites: A Wet and Warm Spring, Then 200,000 Dead Saigas

Trilobites: A Wet and Warm Spring, Then 200,000 Dead Saigas

A field of dead saigas in Kazakhstan in May 2015. The die-off of the endangered antelopes was found to be caused by bacteria that somehow became harmful after particularly warm and wet weather.