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‘This Egg Has United People,’ Teenager Says of Protest Against Bigotry

A teenager known as “Egg Boy” has spoken publicly to media for the first time since he cracked an egg on a far-right politician’s head after the New Zealand attacks.

Europe Is a Soft Target. And It’s Under Attack.

Targeted by Putin’s Russia, Xi’s China and Trump’s America, Europe has a choice: Pull together, or be pulled apart.
Mueller Report, Brexit, Boeing: Your Monday Briefing

Mueller Report, Brexit, Boeing: Your Monday Briefing

Robert Mueller with his wife, Ann Standish, on Sunday in Washington.
Cambodia Faces Major Economic Blow as E.U. Weighs Ending Trade Deal

Cambodia Faces Major Economic Blow as E.U. Weighs Ending Trade Deal

A garment factory in Prey Nob, Cambodia. Since gaining access to the European market in 2001, the textile industry in the country has grown rapidly and now employs about 700,000 people.
Barr Goes Beyond Mueller in Clearing Trump on Obstruction, Drawing Scrutiny

Barr Goes Beyond Mueller in Clearing Trump on Obstruction, Drawing Scrutiny

Top Justice Department officials concluded that investigators lacked enough evidence to determine that President Trump illegally obstructed justice in the Russia investigation.
Eager to Court Jews (and Fracture Democrats), Republicans Push Bills on Anti-Semitism

Eager to Court Jews (and Fracture Democrats), Republicans Push Bills on Anti-Semitism

Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, is pushing two new bills timed to be trumpeted at this week’s annual meeting in Washington of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.
Trump Declares Exoneration, and a War on His Enemies

Trump Declares Exoneration, and a War on His Enemies

President Trump spent his flight back to Washington on Sunday chatting with his staff members, making phone calls and watching television.
News Analysis: A Cloud Over Trump’s Presidency Is Lifted

News Analysis: A Cloud Over Trump’s Presidency Is Lifted

President Trump returned to the White House from his Florida resort after Attorney General William P. Barr delivered a summary of the findings in the Russia investigation.
No Impeachment in View, but Democrats Push On With Investigations of Trump

No Impeachment in View, but Democrats Push On With Investigations of Trump

“The fact that Special Counsel Mueller’s report does not exonerate the president on a charge as serious as obstruction of justice demonstrates how urgent it is that the full report and underlying
At the 737 Max Factory, Pilots Simulate New Boeing Software

At the 737 Max Factory, Pilots Simulate New Boeing Software

A Boeing 737 Max 8 plane at the Boeing plant in Renton, Wash.
Democratic Presidential Candidates Call for the Release of Mueller’s Full Report

Democratic Presidential Candidates Call for the Release of Mueller’s Full Report

Clockwise from top left: Senator Cory Booker, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Julian Castro, Senator Kamala Harris and other candidates weighed in.
It’s Bigger Than Mueller and Trump

It’s Bigger Than Mueller and Trump

The very symbols of Trumpism — the MAGA hats, the wall — are more than physical objects. They are now the new iconography of white supremacy.
letters: What Mueller Found, and Didn’t Find

letters: What Mueller Found, and Didn’t Find

The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, and his wife, Ann, near the White House after attending church on Sunday.
No Collusion, No ‘Exoneration’

No Collusion, No ‘Exoneration’

After some good news for the Trump administration in the Mueller report, Congress has yet to have its say on the matter.
The Many Problems With the Barr Letter

The Many Problems With the Barr Letter

Attorney General William Barr said that Robert Mueller’s team drew no conclusions about whether President Trump illegally obstructed justice.
Patriots Suffer Big Loss: Gronkowski Will Retire

Patriots Suffer Big Loss: Gronkowski Will Retire

In what now appears to have been his final N.F.L. game, Rob Gronkowski had six catches for 87 yards in the Patriots’ win against the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII.
books territory: Putting Literary Miami on the Map

books territory: Putting Literary Miami on the Map

Books & Books, which Mitchell Kaplan opened in Coral Gables, Fla., in 1982, helped to establish Miami as a serious literary center.
He Confessed to Beating a Jogger Who Died. Questions About Race and Policing Led to a Retrial.

He Confessed to Beating a Jogger Who Died. Questions About Race and Policing Led to a Retrial.

Chanel Lewis, right, appearing in State Supreme Court in Queens last week. He is accused of murdering Karina Vetrano as she jogged in a park in 2016.