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These Patients Had Sickle-Cell Disease. Experimental Therapies Might Have Cured Them.

These Patients Had Sickle-Cell Disease. Experimental Therapies Might Have Cured Them.

Brandon Williams received gene therapy to replace sickle cells with healthy hemoglobin. His sister, Britney, died of complications of sickle-cell disease. He has a tattoo of her name on his right arm.
Novak Djokovic Defeats Rafael Nadal for His 7th Australian Open Title

Novak Djokovic Defeats Rafael Nadal for His 7th Australian Open Title

Novak Djokovic on Sunday won his seventh Australian Open and his 15th Grand Slam title over all.
Don’t Kiss Your Pet Hedgehogs, C.D.C. Warns

Don’t Kiss Your Pet Hedgehogs, C.D.C. Warns

Eleven people have been infected with a strain of salmonella linked to pet hedgehogs, the C.D.C. reported. Their advice: Don’t kiss or snuggle your hedgehogs, and wash your hands after caring for
Steve Martin Plays Roger Stone on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Steve Martin Plays Roger Stone on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Steve Martin as Roger Stone on “Saturday Night Live.”

Philippines Cathedral Bombing Kills 20

Scores more were wounded in twin blasts in a predominantly Muslim area of the southern Philippines where the government has been fighting Islamist separatists.
The Real Wall Isn’t at the Border

The Real Wall Isn’t at the Border

An aerial view of the fence between California and Tijuana, Mexico.
Vows: Cemetery Was the Right Vibe for a Glamour Goth Wedding

Vows: Cemetery Was the Right Vibe for a Glamour Goth Wedding

Ally Jane Grossan and Nabil Ayers met at a wedding. They bonded over a shared love of music.
Trump National Golf Club in N.Y. Fires Undocumented Workers, Lawyer Says

Trump National Golf Club in N.Y. Fires Undocumented Workers, Lawyer Says

About a dozen workers at the Trump National Golf Club in Westchester, N.Y., were fired this month because they were in the country illegally, according to their lawyer.
3 Men Sentenced in Plot to Bomb Somali Immigrants in Kansas

3 Men Sentenced in Plot to Bomb Somali Immigrants in Kansas

A makeshift mosque inside an apartment complex in Garden City, Kan., that three men were convicted of plotting to bomb.
Canada’s Ambassador to China Pushed Out Over Controversy

Canada’s Ambassador to China Pushed Out Over Controversy

The Canadian ambassador to China, John McCallum, in Sherbrooke, Quebec, earlier this month. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the ambassador’s resignation on Saturday.
Fatima Ali, Fan Favorite on ‘Top Chef,’ Dies of Cancer at 29

Fatima Ali, Fan Favorite on ‘Top Chef,’ Dies of Cancer at 29

Fatima Ali died on Friday from Ewing’s sarcoma, a rare form of cancer. She was the first Pakistani woman to win “Chopped” and also appeared on “Top Chef.”
Jared Kushner, a Confident Negotiator, Finds Immigration Deal to Be Elusive

Jared Kushner, a Confident Negotiator, Finds Immigration Deal to Be Elusive

Jared Kushner agreed to take the lead when President Trump, his father-in-law, asked him to find a way to end the monthlong stalemate over funding for a southern border wall.
Speaking Black Dialect in Courtrooms Can Have Striking Consequences

Speaking Black Dialect in Courtrooms Can Have Striking Consequences

A person walks past the federal courthouse in Philadelphia. A study found court reporters in the city regularly made errors in transcribing sentences that were spoken in black dialect.
In 5G Race With China, U.S. Pushes Allies to Fight Huawei

In 5G Race With China, U.S. Pushes Allies to Fight Huawei

Huawei’s offices in Warsaw. Polish officials recently came under pressure from the United States to bar Huawei from building its 5G communications network.
Venezuelan President Does an About-Face That Allows U.S. Diplomats to Stay

Venezuelan President Does an About-Face That Allows U.S. Diplomats to Stay

The American Embassy in Caracas. The United States said it will keep its diplomats in Venezuela despite their being ordered out by President Nicolás Maduro.
Saving NATO

Saving NATO

President Trump with Mike Pompeo and John Bolton at a NATO summit in 2018.
On Washington: With Pain Still Fresh, Lawmakers Make Push to Outlaw Shutdowns

On Washington: With Pain Still Fresh, Lawmakers Make Push to Outlaw Shutdowns

Reporters followed Senator Joe Manchin III, Democrat of West Virginia, on Thursday after two measures to reopen the government failed in the Senate.
U.S. and Taliban Edge Toward Deal to End America’s Longest War

U.S. and Taliban Edge Toward Deal to End America’s Longest War

American soldiers in a village about 90 miles northeast of Kandahar, Afghanistan, in 2006.