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Homeland Security’s Computers Couldn’t Track Separated Families, Report Finds

Homeland Security’s Computers Couldn’t Track Separated Families, Report Finds

Migrant children at a tent encampment in Tornillo, Tex., in June. Some parents didn’t understand that they would be separated from their children at the border, a report found.
An ‘Intoxicating’ Singer, Whether It’s Green Day or ‘Oklahoma!’

An ‘Intoxicating’ Singer, Whether It’s Green Day or ‘Oklahoma!’

Rebecca Naomi Jones, who has made her reputation in rock and pop musicals, will tackle a classic as Laurey in “Oklahoma!”
The Carpetbagger: ‘Boy Erased’ Is Her Story, Too, and the Mom Wore Marchesa

The Carpetbagger: ‘Boy Erased’ Is Her Story, Too, and the Mom Wore Marchesa

Martha Conley with Nicole Kidman in Toronto. Ms. Conley said that she now dresses up to run errands; if she doesn’t, “I feel like I’m going to let Nicole down.”
Trump Taunts Christine Blasey Ford at Rally

Trump Taunts Christine Blasey Ford at Rally

At a campaign event in Mississippi, the president went further than ever before in directly assailing Dr. Blasey, who has accused Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh of sexual assault.
U.S. Bans Diplomatic Visas for Foreign Same-Sex Domestic Partners

U.S. Bans Diplomatic Visas for Foreign Same-Sex Domestic Partners

The State Department has issued new rules requiring foreign couples to present proof of marriage to obtain diplomatic family visas, although most countries do not allow such marriages.

Op-Docs: A First Glimpse of Our Magnificent Earth, Seen From the Moon

The first people to view our planet from the moon were transformed by the experience. In this film, they tell their story.
Rugby Meets Red Rover: Kabaddi Has Captured the Heart of India

Rugby Meets Red Rover: Kabaddi Has Captured the Heart of India

Kabaddi, an adaptation of an ancient game, has quickly become one of the most popular spectator sports in India
Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Chief Executive Resigns From Merck’s Board of Directors

Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Chief Executive Resigns From Merck’s Board of Directors

Craig B. Thompson, chief executive of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, will no longer serve on the board of drug maker Merck. Just last year, he received $300,000 in compensation for that
Four California Men Accused of Inciting Riots in Charlottesville Violence

Four California Men Accused of Inciting Riots in Charlottesville Violence

Protesters carrying torches marched through the University of Virginia campus the night before the rally.
11 Takeaways From The Times’s Investigation Into Trump’s Wealth

11 Takeaways From The Times’s Investigation Into Trump’s Wealth

President Trump received today’s equivalent of over $400 million from the real estate empire of his father, Fred C. Trump, whose photograph sits behind him in the Oval Office.
F.B.I. to End Kavanaugh Inquiry as Soon as Wednesday, With Vote Coming This Week

F.B.I. to End Kavanaugh Inquiry as Soon as Wednesday, With Vote Coming This Week

The F.B.I.’s investigation into sexual assault and sexual misconduct allegations against Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh appears to be moving quickly.
Ricin Suspected in Mail Sent to Trump and Pentagon Officials

Ricin Suspected in Mail Sent to Trump and Pentagon Officials

Pentagon authorities found the packages during screening on Monday.
Offering Inspiration and Advice, Real Vision Is HGTV for Hedge Fund Hopefuls

Offering Inspiration and Advice, Real Vision Is HGTV for Hedge Fund Hopefuls

Raoul Pal, a co-founder of Real Vision, interviewing Mike Novogratz, left, a former hedge fund manager, for a video in Manhattan. Real Vision’s videos dive deeply into arcane areas of finance, with a
In China, a Quiz Show Is an Ode to Xi Jinping

In China, a Quiz Show Is an Ode to Xi Jinping

Contestants on “Studying Xi in the New Era” answer questions about the Chinese president’s life and ideology.
Profile: Diane Williams, a Master of the Very Short Story, Has a Very Big New Book

Profile: Diane Williams, a Master of the Very Short Story, Has a Very Big New Book

Ms. Williams’s stories might be short but that is sleight of hand; they demand focus. “I don’t like to have it all wrapped up,” she said. “Hardly anything that matters in life is that easy.”
How to Help Survivors of the Indonesia Earthquake and Tsunami

How to Help Survivors of the Indonesia Earthquake and Tsunami

A woman walked through debris in Palu, Indonesia, on Monday. Officials said that more than 1,200 people had been confirmed killed by the earthquake and tsunami that hit the area.
Critic’s Notebook: After 350 Years, Paris Still Defines Opera

Critic’s Notebook: After 350 Years, Paris Still Defines Opera

Meyerbeer’s long-ignored “Les Huguenots” is a highlight of the Opéra’s 350th anniversary: Ermonela Jaho (Valentine), front, with Paul Gay (the Comte de Saint-Bris) holding her and Florian Sempey (the