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White House Memo: Gather Round, Everyone. It’s Time to Play ‘Find the Collusion’!

White House Memo: Gather Round, Everyone. It’s Time to Play ‘Find the Collusion’!

“Where is the collusion?” President Trump asked at a rally in Charleston, W.Va., last week.
‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Tops Box Office Again

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Tops Box Office Again

Awkwafina, left, and Constance Wu in “Crazy Rich Asians,” which has now collected about $76.8 million in North America.
The New York Times Reviews Neil Simon

The New York Times Reviews Neil Simon

Art Carney, left, and Walter Matthau backstage at the Plymouth Theater in 1965 during the original run of Neil Simon’s “Odd Couple.”
Neil Simon, Broadway Master of Comedy, Is Dead at 91

Neil Simon, Broadway Master of Comedy, Is Dead at 91

Mr. Simon’s military experience inspired “Biloxi Blues,” a 1985 play with Matthew Broderick and Alan Ruck. It was the second in the trilogy that included “Brighton Beach Memoirs” (1983), and “Broadway
Steve James on Observing the Racial Inequities at a Progressive School

Steve James on Observing the Racial Inequities at a Progressive School

Steve James, the director of “Hoop Dreams,” has a new docu-series on Starz, “America to Me,” that tracks a year in a Chicago-area high school.

The Last Word: Neil Simon

Neil Simon was one of Broadway’s most successful and bankable writers, writing such hit plays as “Barefoot in the Park” and “The Odd Couple.”
Pope Francis Long Knew of Cardinal’s Abuse and Must Resign, Archbishop Says

Pope Francis Long Knew of Cardinal’s Abuse and Must Resign, Archbishop Says

In a letter published on Sunday, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò claimed that Pope Francis was aware of abuse allegations against an American prelate.
Jewish Heirs Take on an Art Foundation That Rights Nazi Wrongs

Jewish Heirs Take on an Art Foundation That Rights Nazi Wrongs

Fritz Grünbaum, second from left, a Viennese cabaret performer, was sent to his death in a concentration camp by the Nazis, whose agents inventoried his expansive collection of art in 1938.
High Profits and Misery Meet at Door of Smugglers’ Stash Houses

High Profits and Misery Meet at Door of Smugglers’ Stash Houses

Stash houses are at the center of a smuggling chain that moves hundreds of thousand of people a year across the border and into the United States.
In World’s ‘Happiest’ Countries, Signs of a Happiness Gap

In World’s ‘Happiest’ Countries, Signs of a Happiness Gap

Midsummer Festival in Leksand, Sweden. Most young citizens of the Nordic states have little to worry about in terms of education, health and jobs, but the pressure to do well and achieve are
A Single Road With Many Names, Traversing Many Worlds

A Single Road With Many Names, Traversing Many Worlds

Updating the movie sign at the Greenport Theater, which closes down in the winter.
Veteran, Maverick, Candidate: Key Moments of John McCain’s Public Life

Veteran, Maverick, Candidate: Key Moments of John McCain’s Public Life

John McCain was escorted by a Navy public relations officer after he was released from prison in Hanoi, Vietnam, in 1973.
Should I Flush It? Most Often, the Answer Is No

Should I Flush It? Most Often, the Answer Is No

Raking wipes and other waste into a bin for disposal at the Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant in Brooklyn.
Australia’s New Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, Appoints a Cabinet

Australia’s New Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, Appoints a Cabinet

Scott Morrison, Australia’s new prime minister, said his “new generation team” would “begin the process of healing.”
Police in Turkey Break Up Mothers’ Weekly Vigil

Police in Turkey Break Up Mothers’ Weekly Vigil

Emine Ocak, who is said to be in her 80s, was detained by the police in Istanbul on Saturday. She has attended vigils regularly since her son disappeared in 1995.
Live Briefing: Pope Francis in Ireland: Call for Resignation Further Clouds Visit

Live Briefing: Pope Francis in Ireland: Call for Resignation Further Clouds Visit

Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, a former apostolic nuncio to the United States, wrote a 7,000-word letter asserting that Pope Francis had known about the abuses of Cardinal Theodore McCarrick years
$1.7 Billion Federal Job Training Program Is ‘Failing the Students’

$1.7 Billion Federal Job Training Program Is ‘Failing the Students’

Students this month at the North Texas Job Corps facility in McKinney, Tex.