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Great Gifts for Kids (and What Makes Them Great)

Wirecutter’s kid-tested, parent-and-teacher-approved gift ideas for toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary schoolers.

At Fashion Awards in London, a Welcome Dose of ‘Markle Sparkle’

A surprise appearance by the Duchess of Sussex at Britain’s answer to the Met Gala provided a brief respite and much cheer at a time when the country faces an uncertain future.
Brexit, Donald Trump, Voyager 2: Your Tuesday Briefing

Brexit, Donald Trump, Voyager 2: Your Tuesday Briefing

Demonstrators on both sides of the Brexit debate outside Parliament in London on Monday.
This Provocative Band Played North Korea. Now They’ve Made an Album About It.

This Provocative Band Played North Korea. Now They’ve Made an Album About It.

Laibach in Ljubljana, Slovenia, in November. From left, Boris Benko, Luka Jamnik, Milan Fras, Marina Martensson and Ivan Novak

Thai Court Holds Bahraini Soccer Star Who Escaped Persecution

The Bahraini man, Hakeem al-Araibi, had been granted refugee status in Australia, but was detained in Thailand after a request from his home country to extradite him.
The Writer Who Destroyed an Empire

The Writer Who Destroyed an Empire

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn traveling to Oslo by boat on Feb. 25, 1974, soon after his expulsion from the Soviet Union.
Baghdad’s Fortified Green Zone Opens to Public After 15 Years

Baghdad’s Fortified Green Zone Opens to Public After 15 Years

The miles of concrete blast walls surrounding the Green Zone began coming down last month.
The New Health Care: How to Cut U.S. Drug Prices: Experts Weigh In

The New Health Care: How to Cut U.S. Drug Prices: Experts Weigh In

Pill bottles on a conveyor belt at an Express Scripts warehouse in New Jersey this year. Express Scripts, a huge pharmacy benefit management firm, can use its clout to influence how drug makers price
Unrest in France Hinders Macron’s Push to Revive Economy

Unrest in France Hinders Macron’s Push to Revive Economy

Protesters in Paris on Saturday. A month of violent demonstrations has hampered economic growth and hurt France’s image with investors, the government said.
The 52 Places Traveler: Adventures in ‘the Most Organized City’ in India

The 52 Places Traveler: Adventures in ‘the Most Organized City’ in India

From top right: A new nightclub called Lazy Shack in Sector 26, Chandigarh; taking selfies in front of a waterfall in Nek Chand’s Rock Garden; sculptures in Nek Chand’s Rock Garden; Punjab and Haryana
Sundar Pichai, Google’s C.E.O., Testifies on Capitol Hill

Sundar Pichai, Google’s C.E.O., Testifies on Capitol Hill

Mr. Pichai greeted Representative Kevin McCarthy of California, the House Republican leader, before the hearing.

The Fix: Spying on the Dog (or Cat)

Do you really want to know what your pets are doing while you’re away?
Sri Lanka Dispatch: A Hotline for the Broken-Hearted and the Poison-in-Hand

Sri Lanka Dispatch: A Hotline for the Broken-Hearted and the Poison-in-Hand

Volunteers taking calls at the CCC Line, a suicide prevention and counseling hotline in Colombo, Sri Lanka, in March.
Hundreds of Complaints Flood In About New York Store Signs, but From Whom?

Hundreds of Complaints Flood In About New York Store Signs, but From Whom?

Replacing a store sign can cost thousands of dollars, and many store owners have pre-emptively taken theirs down out of fear of being reported for illegal signs.

The Ethicist: Do I Have to Repay a Loan to an Ex-Lover?

The magazine’s Ethicist column on repaying a loan from a now ex-fiancé and apologizing to a friend whom you agreed not to contact after making a pass.
From Arizona to Yemen: The Journey of an American Bomb

From Arizona to Yemen: The Journey of an American Bomb

Abdullah Abed al-Abdeli, age 12, whose father died in an airstrike in Northern Yemen.
Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Makes Fun of Trump for Struggling to Replace John Kelly

Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Makes Fun of Trump for Struggling to Replace John Kelly

Jimmy Fallon said: “If anyone here wants to be President Trump’s chief of staff, just raise your hand and the job is yours.”