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The Trump Bump in Stocks Is Weakening

Stocks are still up a lot since Mr. Trump was elected, but recent selling has eroded investors’ gains.
Transgender, Turkey, N.F.L.: Your Monday Briefing

Transgender, Turkey, N.F.L.: Your Monday Briefing

Migrants walking north from Tapachula, Mexico, on Sunday. Thousands have defied orders from the Mexican authorities to register.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Once a Last-Minute Addition to ‘Seinfeld,’ Wins Comedy’s Top Honor

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Once a Last-Minute Addition to ‘Seinfeld,’ Wins Comedy’s Top Honor

Julia Louis-Dreyfus receiving the 21st Annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at the Kennedy Center in Washington on Sunday.
Paris on Foot: 35 Miles, 6 Days and One Blistered Toe

Paris on Foot: 35 Miles, 6 Days and One Blistered Toe

The Paris Philharmonic, designed by Jean Nouvel, lies just inside the clogged, multilane ring-road known as the Périphérique.
Trump’s Plans to Deter Migrants Could Mean New ‘Voluntary’ Family Separations

Trump’s Plans to Deter Migrants Could Mean New ‘Voluntary’ Family Separations

Central American migrants behind the gate of the Guatemala-Mexico border bridge last week. The Trump administration is scrambling to find new policies to deter illegal immigration.
California’s Underwater Forests Are Being Eaten by the ‘Cockroaches of the Ocean’

California’s Underwater Forests Are Being Eaten by the ‘Cockroaches of the Ocean’

Top, the bull kelp found off Northern California Josh Russo, left, organized a group of divers and boaters to remove purple urchins from Albion Cove.
Far From Washington, Americans’ Thoughts Are, Well, Far From Washington

Far From Washington, Americans’ Thoughts Are, Well, Far From Washington

January Thapa, a field canvasser for Kara Eastman, a Democratic candidate in Nebraska’s Second Congressional District, installing a yard sign in Omaha this month.
Take a Number: Fast Food: It’s What’s for Dinner. And Lunch. And Breakfast.

Take a Number: Fast Food: It’s What’s for Dinner. And Lunch. And Breakfast.

Younger adults and those with higher incomes are more likely to eat fast food, researchers reported.
A Red-Meat Rallying Cry for National Republicans: California

A Red-Meat Rallying Cry for National Republicans: California

Adam Laxalt, left, a Republican candidate for governor of Nevada, shook hands with President Trump at a campaign rally in Elko, Nev., on Saturday.
The New Health Care: The Problem With Probiotics

The New Health Care: The Problem With Probiotics

A lot of trust has been put into the idea that gut bacteria can be a key to good health.
It’s Ghost Tour Season

It’s Ghost Tour Season

Allison Chase, the lead tour guide and C.E.O. of Madame Morbid’s Trolley Tours, escorts brave souls on expeditions around Brooklyn to the sites of battlefields, ghostly visitations, mafia executions
Italy Dispatch: Italy’s Tough Line on Immigrants Reaches a School Cafeteria

Italy Dispatch: Italy’s Tough Line on Immigrants Reaches a School Cafeteria

Children playing outside the mayor’s office as families and supporters protested against recent requirements for lunch subsidies in Lodi, Italy.
The Eli in the Room: Collapsing Giants Look to a Future Without Manning

The Eli in the Room: Collapsing Giants Look to a Future Without Manning

Eli Manning has won two Super Bowl Most Valuable Player Awards with the Giants. But many consider the 37-year-old to be past his prime.
‘We Say Sorry’: Australia Formally Apologizes to Victims of Child Sexual Abuse

‘We Say Sorry’: Australia Formally Apologizes to Victims of Child Sexual Abuse

“We are sorry,” Prime Minister Scott Morrison told victims of abuse on Monday.
Swiss Bank Discourages China Travel After Banker Is Kept in Beijing

Swiss Bank Discourages China Travel After Banker Is Kept in Beijing

An advertisement for the Swiss banking giant UBS in Hong Kong last year.
‘Headless Chicken Monster’ Spotted in the Deep Sea

‘Headless Chicken Monster’ Spotted in the Deep Sea

A "“headless chicken monster”" — a swimming sea cucumber — was discovered using an underwater camera system developed for commercial longline fishing by the Australian Antarctic Division.
They Said Seattle’s Higher Base Pay Would Hurt Workers. Why Did They Flip?

They Said Seattle’s Higher Base Pay Would Hurt Workers. Why Did They Flip?

Employees preparing meals at The Walrus and the Carpenter, a Seattle restaurant. The restaurant added an automatic 20 percent gratuity after the city increased the minimum wage.