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Trump’s Rougher Edge Complicates Trip by Pompeo and Mattis to India

Trump’s Rougher Edge Complicates Trip by Pompeo and Mattis to India

President Trump with the Indian leader, Narendra Modi, at the White House in June 2017.
Critic’s Notebook: ‘Adventure Time,’ TV’s Surreal Masterpiece, Comes to an End

Critic’s Notebook: ‘Adventure Time,’ TV’s Surreal Masterpiece, Comes to an End

The animated epic “Adventure Time,” one of the most inventive shows on television, ends its 10-season run on Cartoon Network on Monday.
It’s the Biggest Oyster Found in New York in 100 Years. And It Has Stories to Tell.

It’s the Biggest Oyster Found in New York in 100 Years. And It Has Stories to Tell.

Big tipped the new scale at 876 grams, or 1.93 pounds, which was a big letdown. Big’s people had taken it for a two-pounder.
Chinese Billionaire Arrested in Minnesota in Sexual Misconduct Case

Chinese Billionaire Arrested in Minnesota in Sexual Misconduct Case

Richard Liu, founder and chief executive of the e-commerce company JD.com, in Beijing in March.
Peter Frame, Ballet Dancer and Instructor, Dies at 61

Peter Frame, Ballet Dancer and Instructor, Dies at 61

Peter Frame performing in George Balanchine’s “Episodes.” The dancer Paul Taylor performed this choreography in 1959, and Mr. Frame restaged it in 1986.
Randy Weston, Pianist Who Traced Africa in Jazz, Dies at 92

Randy Weston, Pianist Who Traced Africa in Jazz, Dies at 92

Randy Weston performing at a Highlife Session in April 1963. Mr. Weston’s playing and composing emphasized the African roots of jazz, including in such albums as “Little Niles” and “Uhuru Afrika”
As Violence Soared in Mexico, This Town Bucked the Trend

As Violence Soared in Mexico, This Town Bucked the Trend

Police officers helping with directions in Morelia, Mexico. Experts say the city’s community policing model should be part of a national strategy.
If Cardinal Was Under Pope’s Sanctions, Why Was He Allowed at Gala Events?

If Cardinal Was Under Pope’s Sanctions, Why Was He Allowed at Gala Events?

Tensions in the Vatican are high amid accusations that Pope Francis covered up for an American ex-cardinal accused of sexual misconduct.
White House Withholds 100,000 Pages of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Records

White House Withholds 100,000 Pages of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Records

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings are scheduled to begin on Tuesday.
Pope Francis’ Accuser Turns Up the Pressure With More Accusations

Pope Francis’ Accuser Turns Up the Pressure With More Accusations

“Faced with the Pope’s reported statement,” Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò wrote in a new letter, “I feel obliged to recount the events as they really unfolded.”
Washington Mourned John McCain. President Trump Played Golf.

Washington Mourned John McCain. President Trump Played Golf.

As Senator John McCain was eulogized in the presence of much of the American political establishment at Washington National Cathedral, President Trump, pointedly uninvited, engaged in what by now is a
Agents Tried to Flip Russian Oligarchs. The Fallout Spread to Trump.

Agents Tried to Flip Russian Oligarchs. The Fallout Spread to Trump.

Justice Department officials tried to turn the oligarch Oleg V. Deripaska into an informant as they sought information on Russian organized crime and, later, on possible Russian aid to President
Life After Roe

Life After Roe

Supporters of Planned Parenthood outside the Capitol in costumes described in the dystopian novel "The Handmaid's Tale," in which women are forced to conceive and bear children.
Don’t Give Trump a Pass on Puerto Rico

Don’t Give Trump a Pass on Puerto Rico

A memorial, in San Juan, P.R., in June called “Project 4,645," was a collective initiative from social media reacting to a study published in The New England Journal of Medicine that estimated that