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Keep America’s Roadside Weird

Keep America’s Roadside Weird

The world’s largest prairie dog, near Cactus Flat, S.D.
Europe Benefits by Bankrolling an Anti-Migrant Effort. Niger Pays a Price.

Europe Benefits by Bankrolling an Anti-Migrant Effort. Niger Pays a Price.

Nigerien soldiers patrolling the Sahara this month in Achegour, Niger.
Palestinians Blast Trump’s Aid Cut as Political ‘Blackmail’

Palestinians Blast Trump’s Aid Cut as Political ‘Blackmail’

Aid being given out at a United Nations food distribution center in a refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip this month.
News Analysis: Is China Undermining Efforts to Disarm North Korea? Not Yet, Analysts Say

News Analysis: Is China Undermining Efforts to Disarm North Korea? Not Yet, Analysts Say

President Xi Jinping of China, left, with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, in Beijing in June. Mr. Xi is expected to make his first state visit to North Korea next month.
Trump’s Power to Fire Federal Workers Curtailed by Judge

Trump’s Power to Fire Federal Workers Curtailed by Judge

Demonstrators in New York this year after the Supreme Court dealt public-sector unions a major blow by ending mandatory union fees for government workers nationwide.
What Will Mueller Do? The Answer Might Lie in a By-the-Book Past

What Will Mueller Do? The Answer Might Lie in a By-the-Book Past

Demanding and famously impatient, Robert S. Mueller III, here at F.B.I. headquarters in 2011, expects subordinates to be aggressive and work quickly.
The Magic of the Baseball Nickname

The Magic of the Baseball Nickname

Members of the Detroit Tigers wore special uniforms bearing their nicknames during Major League baseball's inaugural Players Weekend last year.
Football Players Are Protesting Police Violence, Not the Anthem

Football Players Are Protesting Police Violence, Not the Anthem

Members of the Dallas Cowboys taking a knee during the national anthem before a game last year.
England to Allow Women to Take Early Abortion Pill at Home

England to Allow Women to Take Early Abortion Pill at Home

Campaigners outside the Houses of Parliament in London during a rally in June to urge the government to extend the same laws on abortion across the United Kingdom, including in Northern Ireland.
They’re Young and They Want Change. Now They’re Ready to Vote for the First Time.

They’re Young and They Want Change. Now They’re Ready to Vote for the First Time.

Volunteers with Sunrise Movement registered voters at an event in Lancaster, Pa., this month. A surge of young adults between the ages of 18 and 29 have registered to vote this year.
Year After Rohingya Massacres, Top Generals Unrepentant and Unpunished

Year After Rohingya Massacres, Top Generals Unrepentant and Unpunished

Myanmar’s civilian leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, speaking in Singapore on Tuesday.

Dogs in Poofy Dresses. You’re Welcome.

At the Fifth Annual International Cotillion, 70 entrants strutted their stuff to benefit rescue animals.
Trump’s Cancellation of Pompeo Trip Dashes Hopes in South Korea

Trump’s Cancellation of Pompeo Trip Dashes Hopes in South Korea

The once-high approval ratings of President Moon Jae-in of South Korea have begun slipping, so he needs breakthroughs in relations with North Korea.
In Ireland, Pope Francis Finds a Country Transformed and a Church in Tatters

In Ireland, Pope Francis Finds a Country Transformed and a Church in Tatters

Throngs of people greeted Pope Francis as he traveled through Dublin on Saturday, on the start of his two-day visit.
Surfacing: Where Fairies Are Real. (Just Squint.)

Surfacing: Where Fairies Are Real. (Just Squint.)

Rachel Keith sold fairy gardens created out of tree stumps at the Ohio Fairy Gardening Festival.
A World of Food, Outside the U.S. Open Gates

A World of Food, Outside the U.S. Open Gates

Diners crowd the food court inside the New World Mall in Flushing, Queens. This sprawling subterranean space serves both popular and little-known Chinese specialties.
The Teacher Who Moonlighted as a Pro Tennis Player

The Teacher Who Moonlighted as a Pro Tennis Player

Gregory Howe competing in qualifying for ATP Mumbai in 2007. The pictures accompanying this article are family photos that Howe provided.