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A Peace Plan for India and Pakistan Already Exists

A Peace Plan for India and Pakistan Already Exists

A Kashmiri being comforted after his house was destroyed in a battle in Tral, south of Srinagar, on Tuesday.
‘Yelling, Screaming, Almost Fisticuffs’ ...Over House Paint?

‘Yelling, Screaming, Almost Fisticuffs’ ...Over House Paint?

The artist Sean Scully at his home in Palisades, N.Y., which he had painted Gold Zinger. After an outcry, it will be toned down. “I don’t want war,” he said.
North Korea, Jair Bolsonaro, Martha McSally: Your Thursday Briefing

North Korea, Jair Bolsonaro, Martha McSally: Your Thursday Briefing

An emergency response center in Birmingham, England. The British police endured cutbacks under austerity.
Keeping Score: LeBron James Passes Michael Jordan, a Player He’ll Always Be Chasing

Keeping Score: LeBron James Passes Michael Jordan, a Player He’ll Always Be Chasing

LeBron James was fouled on this layup attempt but managed to convert the shot, thus passing Michael Jordan for fourth place on the N.B.A.’s career scoring list.
Armory Fair Week: Your Survival Guide

Armory Fair Week: Your Survival Guide

Art fairs are popping up all over the city this year, many in unexpected places, between Chelsea galleries and within a condominium at United Nations Plaza.
Huawei Sues U.S. Government Over What It Calls an Unfair Ban

Huawei Sues U.S. Government Over What It Calls an Unfair Ban

Huawei’s rotating chairman, Guo Ping, center, at a news conference in Shenzhen, China, on Thursday. Huawei’s lawsuit will force the United States to make its case against the company more public.
She Accused 2 Police Officers of Rape. Then Her Testimony Was Questioned.

She Accused 2 Police Officers of Rape. Then Her Testimony Was Questioned.

Sexual assault charges against two former city detectives, Edward Martins, left, and Richard Hall, have been dropped.
The Big Race: It’s Time for a Rhyme

The Big Race: It’s Time for a Rhyme

Jay Inslee posing with employees of A&R Solar after announcing his run for president.
Questions For and About Jared Kushner

Questions For and About Jared Kushner

President Trump and Jared Kushner at the White House.
Giuliani Says Lawyers Have Sought Trump Pardons for Their Clients

Giuliani Says Lawyers Have Sought Trump Pardons for Their Clients

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump���s former personal lawyer, testifying before Congress last week. ���I have never asked for, nor would I accept, a pardon from President Trump,��� he said during his
Ilhan Omar Controversy Caps a Month of Stumbles for Democratic Leaders

Ilhan Omar Controversy Caps a Month of Stumbles for Democratic Leaders

Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her team had hoped to move quickly past an agonizing internal debate that publicly exposed racial and religious divisions in the Democratic Party.
White House Memo: Melania Trump’s ‘Be Best’ Tour Shows the Power (and Limits) of Staying on Message

White House Memo: Melania Trump’s ‘Be Best’ Tour Shows the Power (and Limits) of Staying on Message

Melania Trump, the first lady, in Las Vegas this week as part of her three-state tour to promote her “Be Best” initiative.
The World’s Last Blockbuster Has No Plans to Close

The World’s Last Blockbuster Has No Plans to Close

The Blockbuster store in Bend, Ore., has 4,000 account holders and adds a few new ones every day.
Cody Weddle, a U.S. Journalist, Is Arrested in Venezuela and Will Be Deported

Cody Weddle, a U.S. Journalist, Is Arrested in Venezuela and Will Be Deported

Cody Weddle, an American journalist, in Caracas, Venezuela, last month. He was arrested on Wednesday by the country’s military counterintelligence service, he said.

Alex Trebek, Longtime ���Jeopardy!��� Host, Says He Has Pancreatic Cancer

The ���Jeopardy!��� host said that while the disease comes with a low survival rate, he hoped to keep working until the end of his contract in 2022.
Italy May Split With Allies and Open Its Ports to China’s Building Push

Italy May Split With Allies and Open Its Ports to China’s Building Push

The port at Gioia Tauro, Italy. Italian officials are poised to take a first step toward accepting Chinese infrastructure investment as part of Beijing’s One Belt, One Road initiative.
New York Will Add 4 Statues of Women to Help Fix ‘Glaring’ Gender Gap in Public Art

New York Will Add 4 Statues of Women to Help Fix ‘Glaring’ Gender Gap in Public Art

Billie Holiday, the groundbreaking jazz singer, will have a monument depicting her in Queens. Holiday moved to New York with her mother when she was about 13 years old.
We Will Survive. Probably.

We Will Survive. Probably.

President Trump after an event at the White House on Tuesday.
On Soccer: At Real Madrid, a Dynasty’s Fragility Is Laid Bare in 90 Humbling Minutes

On Soccer: At Real Madrid, a Dynasty’s Fragility Is Laid Bare in 90 Humbling Minutes

Karim Benzema and Real Madrid crashed out of the Champions League in stunning fashion on Tuesday.