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News Analysis: North Korea Weaponizes Its Deal With Trump to Tangle Talks

News Analysis: North Korea Weaponizes Its Deal With Trump to Tangle Talks

President Trump and Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s leader, during a signing ceremony on Sentosa Island, Singapore, in June.
Faulty Work by Gas Company Caused Massachusetts Explosions, Officials Say

Faulty Work by Gas Company Caused Massachusetts Explosions, Officials Say

A damaged building in Lawrence, Mass., after a series of explosions and fires there on Sept. 13. A preliminary report by the National Transportation Safety Board found that a faulty work plan to
Migration and the Far Right Changed Europe. A German Vote Will Show How Much.

Migration and the Far Right Changed Europe. A German Vote Will Show How Much.

Election posters in Deggendorf, Germany. A Bavarian election would not normally attract outside attention. But Sunday’s vote is expected to reflect an increasingly fragmented society.
Can a Black Republican Who Voted for Trump Be New York’s Next Attorney General?

Can a Black Republican Who Voted for Trump Be New York’s Next Attorney General?

Keith H. Wofford, center, is the first black candidate to receive the Republican nomination for attorney general in New York.
Pik Botha, South Africa’s Last Apartheid Foreign Minister, Dies at 86

Pik Botha, South Africa’s Last Apartheid Foreign Minister, Dies at 86

Mr. Botha, standing at center, at a news conference in 1994 given by, seated from left, the Inkatha Freedom Party leader Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi, President F.W. de Klerk of South Africa and Nelson

It’s ‘Unreal’: A Panama City Resident Surveys the Damage

Emily Basham’s home was destroyed by Hurricane Michael. Now the mother of three is wondering how to start over.
Inside the Vast Tent City Housing Migrant Children in a Texas Desert

Inside the Vast Tent City Housing Migrant Children in a Texas Desert

The tent city in Tornillo, Tex. was built in June as a temporary home for a few hundred migrant children, but has nearly quadrupled since then.
White House Memo: ‘Donald Trump in Full’: The President’s Very Talkative, Very Televised Week

White House Memo: ‘Donald Trump in Full’: The President’s Very Talkative, Very Televised Week

President Trump invited reporters into his cabin on Air Force One during the Senate’s vote to confirm Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh last weekend.
Museums Forced to Reassess Saudi Ties Amid Uproar Over Journalist’s Fate

Museums Forced to Reassess Saudi Ties Amid Uproar Over Journalist’s Fate

The Brooklyn Museum is opening an exhibition this weekend that is supported in part by the Saudi government.
Trump Takes Center Stage in Dispute Over Jamal Khashoggi

Trump Takes Center Stage in Dispute Over Jamal Khashoggi

Turkish officials are counting on the Trump administration to force Saudi Arabia to explain what happened to Jamal Khashoggi.
White Woman Calls the Police on a Black Child She Falsely Said Groped Her

White Woman Calls the Police on a Black Child She Falsely Said Groped Her

Teresa Klein watching a surveillance video of the incident during which she thought a young boy had touched her behind in a Brooklyn bodega.
Democrats Are Blowing It, Again

Democrats Are Blowing It, Again

Democrats are playing into the hands of Trump supporters.
On Baseball: A Familiar Place for the Boy and the Man in Craig Counsell

On Baseball: A Familiar Place for the Boy and the Man in Craig Counsell

Milwaukee Brewers Manager Craig Counsell before a game last month. Counsell grew up as a Brewers fan and won World Series titles with two other teams.

2018 Midterms: Beto O’Rourke, Ted Cruz and a (Possibly) Changing Texas

In ruby red Texas, a Democrat hasn’t been elected to a statewide position since 1994. But ahead of this year’s midterms, a Senate race between an unflinching liberal and a religious conservative is
Republican Candidate in Pennsylvania Threatens to ‘Stomp All Over’ Opponent’s Face

Republican Candidate in Pennsylvania Threatens to ‘Stomp All Over’ Opponent’s Face

Scott Wagner, the Republican candidate for governor in Pennsylvania, in York, Pa., last month.
In Tennessee, a Microcosm of the Midterms

In Tennessee, a Microcosm of the Midterms

Marsha Blackburn, right, in a debate with Phil Bredesen in Knoxville, Tenn. on Wednesday.
Joe Biden Doesn’t Hold Back on Trump: He’s ‘Trashing American Values’

Joe Biden Doesn’t Hold Back on Trump: He’s ‘Trashing American Values’

Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. at a rally in Owingsville, Ky., on Friday.