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Trump and Kim Jong-un to Hold Second Summit Meeting in Hanoi, Vietnam

Trump and Kim Jong-un to Hold Second Summit Meeting in Hanoi, Vietnam

President Trump emerged from his inaugural meeting in June with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, declaring that he had all but resolved the decades-long nuclear dispute.
U.S. Heightens Attacks on Taliban in Push Toward Peace in Afghanistan

U.S. Heightens Attacks on Taliban in Push Toward Peace in Afghanistan

The former president of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, was among 50 negotiators working on a peace deal with the Taliban this week in Moscow. It was the most significant contact between senior Afghan
Landmark Broadway Deal Gives Actors a Piece of the Profits

Landmark Broadway Deal Gives Actors a Piece of the Profits

The producer of “Mean Girls” voluntarily shared profits with performers who helped develop the show; now that arrangement will be standard on Broadway.
Les Moonves, Fired by CBS, Sets Up Shop in Hollywood

Les Moonves, Fired by CBS, Sets Up Shop in Hollywood

Les Moonves’s new company, Moon Rise Unlimited, operates out of a 10th floor suite on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, Calif.
Huawei Threatens Lawsuit Against Czech Republic After Security Warning

Huawei Threatens Lawsuit Against Czech Republic After Security Warning

A Huawei store in Beijing. The Chinese technology giant demanded that the Czech Republic’s cybersecurity agency rescind an official warning about the risk posed by the company.
For Women Working in Men’s Sports, It Is Not an Honor Just to Be Nominated

For Women Working in Men’s Sports, It Is Not an Honor Just to Be Nominated

Kristi Toliver, a Washington Wizards assistant coach, brings to the N.B.A. her experience as a star point guard for the W.N.B.A.’s Washington Mystics.
News Analysis: In Surprise Abortion Vote, John Roberts Avoids ‘Jolt to the Legal System’

News Analysis: In Surprise Abortion Vote, John Roberts Avoids ‘Jolt to the Legal System’

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. sided with the liberal wing of the court on Thursday to uphold an abortion precedent.
Anti-Abortion Activists Still See Their Best Chance in Years to Chip Away at Roe v. Wade

Anti-Abortion Activists Still See Their Best Chance in Years to Chip Away at Roe v. Wade

Anti-abortion protesters in Louisville, Ky. The Kentucky Legislature is currently considering a fetal heartbeat bill similar to legislation in Ohio, Florida, Mississippi, Missouri and South Carolina.
Norman Seabrook Was Once a Union PowerBroker in New York. Now He Is Going to Prison.

Norman Seabrook Was Once a Union PowerBroker in New York. Now He Is Going to Prison.

Norman Seabrook, the former president of the union representing city correction officers, was sentenced on Friday after being convicted of corruption charges.
Trilobites: Yellowstone’s Steamboat Geyser Is Gushing at a Record Pace

Trilobites: Yellowstone’s Steamboat Geyser Is Gushing at a Record Pace

The Steamboat Geyser, emitting a relatively small jet of steam in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming in May. At full power, its plumes can reach heights of more than 300 feet.

Her Title: Cryptologic Technician. Her Occupation: Warrior.

Shannon Kent’s death in a suicide bombing in Syria shows how women have been doing military jobs as dangerous, secretive and specialized as anything men do.
Ivanka Trump Denies President Was Involved in Granting Security Clearance

Ivanka Trump Denies President Was Involved in Granting Security Clearance

Ivanka Trump, President Trump’s daughter and senior adviser, denied that her father was involved in her obtaining a security clearance.
Vows: The Vibe Was Electric and That Was Before the Coffee Buzz

Vows: The Vibe Was Electric and That Was Before the Coffee Buzz

Valentina Marie Lomborg and Matthew Wiley were married Jan. 5 in a star-themed outdoor wedding at the Earthscapes Garden Room in Palm Harbor, Fla.
The New A.A.F. Is Betting on Football, and on Betting

The New A.A.F. Is Betting on Football, and on Betting

The Alliance of American Football will play a February-to-April schedule. A league founder, Charlie Ebersol, acknowledged “it would be an act of insanity to try to compete with the N.F.L.”
Alexandre Bissonnette Sentenced to 40 Years Without Parole for Quebec Mosque Killings

Alexandre Bissonnette Sentenced to 40 Years Without Parole for Quebec Mosque Killings

Alexandre Bissonnette, who later pleaded guilty to six charges of first-degree murder in a shooting, arriving at the courthouse in Quebec City in 2017.