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Trump Hits a Favorite Punching Bag, CNN

Trump Hits a Favorite Punching Bag, CNN

President Trump returned to the White House on Sunday after a week in Florida at his club, Mar-a Lago.
Tokyo Journal: Tokyo, Once a Cigarette Haven, Could Finally Kick Out the Smokers

Tokyo Journal: Tokyo, Once a Cigarette Haven, Could Finally Kick Out the Smokers

Tokyo is considering a ban on smoking indoors in most public places. In this intensely rule-abiding country, some say changing smoking rules would test the resolve of many.
California Today: How Progressive Is the Golden State?

California Today: How Progressive Is the Golden State?

Low-rise homes dot the landscape in San Francisco. California’s housing costs are among the highest in the country.
Pope Francis Arrives in a Myanmar Tarnished by Rohingya Crackdown

Pope Francis Arrives in a Myanmar Tarnished by Rohingya Crackdown

Pope Francis after his arrival on Monday at the airport in Yangon, Myanmar.
Business Moguls Criticize Republican Tax Plans: DealBook Briefing

Business Moguls Criticize Republican Tax Plans: DealBook Briefing

From left, Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader, Orrin Hatch, the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, and Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury Secretary, discussed the Senate's version of the GOP
Bali Volcano Eruption Triggers More Evacuations

Bali Volcano Eruption Triggers More Evacuations

The Mount Agung volcano spewing hot ash on Monday. The probability of a bigger eruption is increasing, Indonesia’s volcanology center said.
In Honduras Election, Ex-Sportscaster Takes Lead Over President

In Honduras Election, Ex-Sportscaster Takes Lead Over President

Supporters of Salvador Nasralla rejoiced early Monday as vote tallies were released in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Op-Ed Contributor: Art Censorship at Guantánamo Bay

Op-Ed Contributor: Art Censorship at Guantánamo Bay

Djamel Ameziane, Shipwrecked Boat (2011), on display at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Op-Ed Contributor: Vladimir Putin vs. the Token Women

Op-Ed Contributor: Vladimir Putin vs. the Token Women

Ksenia Sobchak, a 36-year-old TV personality, in St. Petersburg this month. She is running for president of Russia next year, but she is viewed by many as a puppet of Vladimir Putin.
Op-Ed Contributor: Oil, Instagram and the Plunder of Equatorial Guinea

Op-Ed Contributor: Oil, Instagram and the Plunder of Equatorial Guinea

Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue’s $50 million home in Malibu, California.
The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: The Supreme Court Tackles Digital Privacy

The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: The Supreme Court Tackles Digital Privacy

A case involving cellphone records may determine how digital information fits under Fourth Amendment protections.
Bali, Pope Francis, Meghan Markle: Your Monday Briefing

Bali, Pope Francis, Meghan Markle: Your Monday Briefing

The Mount Agung volcano began erupting on the Indonesian island of Bali over the weekend. Officials said today that up to 100,000 people needed to be evacuated.
Prince Harry Is Engaged to Meghan Markle

Prince Harry Is Engaged to Meghan Markle

The prince, a grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, and Ms. Markle, an American actress, will be married in the spring, the royal family said.
How a Radio Shack Robbery Could Spur a New Era in Digital Privacy

How a Radio Shack Robbery Could Spur a New Era in Digital Privacy

A Supreme Court decision expected by June will shape how the privacy protections of the Fourth Amendment, drafted in the 18th century, apply to a world in which people’s movements are continuously

Fontana, an Artist Ahead of His Time

Lucio Fontana, who died in 1968, was best known for his slashes on canvas. An exhibition in Milan is casting a new light on a less known part of his work that sets him at the forefront of art