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Trudeau and Liberal Party Expel 2 Ex-Ministers at Center of Storm

Trudeau and Liberal Party Expel 2 Ex-Ministers at Center of Storm

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the House of Commons last month. “Our political opponents win when Liberals are divided,” he said Tuesday.
A Wake-Up Call for President Erdogan

A Wake-Up Call for President Erdogan

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday after casting his vote in Istanbul.
With Trump, NATO Chief Tries to Navigate Spending Minefields

With Trump, NATO Chief Tries to Navigate Spending Minefields

German armored vehicles and an American helicopter during NATO-led exercises. Germany’s defense spending levels fall below what President Trump is demanding from alliance members.
Trump Vows to Close Border, Even if It Hurts the Economy

Trump Vows to Close Border, Even if It Hurts the Economy

President Trump said on Tuesday that “security is more important to me than trade.”
Biden’s Tactile Politics Threaten His Return in the #MeToo Era

Biden’s Tactile Politics Threaten His Return in the #MeToo Era

Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. during a campaign stop in Seaman, Ohio, in 2012. The accusations against Mr. Biden feed into a narrative that he is a relic of the past, unsuited to represent his
Saudi Arabia Giving Jamal Khashoggi’s Children Money and Real Estate

Saudi Arabia Giving Jamal Khashoggi’s Children Money and Real Estate

Posters showing images of the Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, and the dissident Jamal Khashoggi during funeral prayers last year in Istanbul.
The United Kingdom Has Gone Mad

The United Kingdom Has Gone Mad

A protester shouting from a lamppost on Friday outside the Houses of Parliament in London.
What’s Behind the Murder Spike in Brooklyn?

What’s Behind the Murder Spike in Brooklyn?

A friend placed a candle at a makeshift memorial for Samuel Joseph, 15, who was shot and killed in February in the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn.
Global Health: Cholera Is Spreading in Mozambique, and It’s Far From the Only Health Threat

Global Health: Cholera Is Spreading in Mozambique, and It’s Far From the Only Health Threat

A doctor examined a girl with cholera on Saturday at a treatment center in Beira, Mozambique.
Drug Sites Upend Doctor-Patient Relations: ‘It’s Restaurant-Menu Medicine’

Drug Sites Upend Doctor-Patient Relations: ‘It’s Restaurant-Menu Medicine’

Sites like Hims, Hers and Roman market prescription drugs to consumers and offer access to doctors who may prescribe them.

Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: ‘I Kept Falling in Love With Other People’

Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.

Charles Sanna, Man Behind Swiss Miss Cocoa, Dies at 101

A surplus of perishable powdered milk was the mother of invention for the popular instant drink made with hot water and formulated in the early 1960s.
What Would a No-Deal Brexit Look Like?

What Would a No-Deal Brexit Look Like?

Trucks parked in Dover, the port that handles Britain’s main ferry link to France. New checks on the service could cause huge disruption, including to food supplies.
Boeing Whistle-Blower Claims to Be Investigated by Senate Committee

Boeing Whistle-Blower Claims to Be Investigated by Senate Committee

Boeing’s 737 Max planes were grounded around the world after an Ethiopian Airlines crash last month.
Spared From the Shredder (for Now): ‘Priceless’ Bank Records of Old New York

Spared From the Shredder (for Now): ‘Priceless’ Bank Records of Old New York

The Bowery Savings Bank, shown in about 1900, is no longer in business. But records from the bank, dating to the early 19th century, were spared from destruction, at least temporarily, on Monday.
Suspect Arrested in Nipsey Hussle Shooting Death

Suspect Arrested in Nipsey Hussle Shooting Death

People gathered outside Nipsey Hussle’s store on Monday.
Trump Lashes Out Again at Puerto Rico, Bewildering the Island

Trump Lashes Out Again at Puerto Rico, Bewildering the Island

A church destroyed by Hurricane Maria in Guaynabo, P.R., was still in disrepair in January. FEMA and other agencies have so far distributed $11.2 billion in aid to Puerto Rico.