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Contributing Op-Ed Writer: To Win a Nobel, Trump Should Look to the Iran Deal

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: To Win a Nobel, Trump Should Look to the Iran Deal

A newspaper’s front-page story about the meeting between the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (left) and President Moon Jae-in of South Korea on April 28.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Pope vs. the Populists

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Pope vs. the Populists

Pope Francis waves at World Youth Day volunteers and organizers in Krakow, Poland, July 31, 2016.
Ukraine, Seeking U.S. Missiles, Halted Cooperation With Mueller Investigation

Ukraine, Seeking U.S. Missiles, Halted Cooperation With Mueller Investigation

Four cases involving Paul J. Manafort, center, have been effectively frozen by Ukraine’s chief prosecutor. Ukrainian officials are wary of offending President Trump.
Dear Movie Industry, We Have Thoughts

Dear Movie Industry, We Have Thoughts

Our chief film critics offer helpful suggestions to Hollywood power brokers about some of the biggest issues facing the industry. Clockwise from top left: Reese Witherspoon and Ava DuVernay; the
Heads Up: Breathing New Life Into Bulgaria’s Cold War Bunkers

Heads Up: Breathing New Life Into Bulgaria’s Cold War Bunkers

5L, a speakeasy, is one of Sofia's klek, or squat, shops that has transformed into a creative underground space.
Will the Fed Offer Clues About Rate Increases? Here’s What to Watch

Will the Fed Offer Clues About Rate Increases? Here’s What to Watch

Officials including Jerome H. Powell, the Federal Reserve’s chairman, have noted some potential risks to growth, and it is possible, though unlikely, that the Fed will reflect more of those concerns
What It Takes to Get Asylum in the U.S.

What It Takes to Get Asylum in the U.S.

Irma Rivera, 31, with her son Jesus Eduardo and daughter Soany, among other members of the migrant caravan camped out in Tijuana, Mexico, near the California border.

White House Memo: ‘We’ll See,’ Trump Says on North Korea. And Iran. And Nafta. And So On.

The president’s verbal tic seems to have gone into overdrive, and those who study his speech patterns are starting to wonder: What happens when we finally see what happens?
Letter of Recommendation: Letter of Recommendation: Crying at Movies

Letter of Recommendation: Letter of Recommendation: Crying at Movies

Tearing up at “Paddington 2” can be a lesson in learning to feel deeply.
As Poland and Hungary Flout Democratic Values, Europe Eyes the Aid Spigot

As Poland and Hungary Flout Democratic Values, Europe Eyes the Aid Spigot

A view of the Parliament in Budapest. Hungary’s healthy growth rate of 3 percent a year would be as low as 1 percent without European Union regional support funds.
Best of Late Night: Seth Meyers Says He Knows the Questions Trump Wants to Ask Mueller

Best of Late Night: Seth Meyers Says He Knows the Questions Trump Wants to Ask Mueller

After a list of Robert Mueller’s questions for President Trump was leaked, Seth Meyers said he had a different set of queries: The things Mr. Trump wants to ask Mr. Mueller.

Trump’s Catchphrase: ‘We’ll See’

The president has used the line “we’ll see what happens” nearly two dozen times in the past month to describe his stance on topics ranging from foreign policy to trade agreements.
Lens: Photographing the ‘Landscape of Forgiveness’ in Post-Apartheid South Africa

Lens: Photographing the ‘Landscape of Forgiveness’ in Post-Apartheid South Africa

City Hall in East London, Eastern Cape Province. The room where the first human rights violation hearing of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which took the testimony of victims of the