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Archaeologists Find 3,200-Year-Old Cheese in an Egyptian Tomb

Archaeologists Find 3,200-Year-Old Cheese in an Egyptian Tomb

Scientists from the University of Catania and Cairo University found a “solidified whitish mass” in a jar, left, in an Egyptian tomb. The substance turned out to be a 3,200-year-old piece of cheese,
In Shadow of Mt. Etna, Europe Makes a Last Stand for Solar

In Shadow of Mt. Etna, Europe Makes a Last Stand for Solar

The new, more efficient solar panel being tested by an Italian utility, Enel, at a Sicilian factory in Catania.
Review: Chasing Shopworn Dreams in ‘Pretty Woman: The Musical’

Review: Chasing Shopworn Dreams in ‘Pretty Woman: The Musical’

Andy Karl, as the businessman Edward Lewis, getting to know Samantha Barks, as the Hollywood hooker Vivian Ward, in “Pretty Woman: The Musical.”
Trump’s Military Parade Could Be Postponed Until 2019, Official Says

Trump’s Military Parade Could Be Postponed Until 2019, Official Says

President Trump reviewing an Army air assault exercise on Monday at Fort Drum in New York.
Cut in Two, Genoa Finds Its Political Paralysis Now Eclipsed by Shock

Cut in Two, Genoa Finds Its Political Paralysis Now Eclipsed by Shock

The Morandi Bridge in Genoa, Italy, was built so close to private homes that residents could not sleep at night when workers did the maintenance work that was always needed.
White House Memo: Once Dry Discussions, Cabinet Meetings Are Now Part of the Trump Show

White House Memo: Once Dry Discussions, Cabinet Meetings Are Now Part of the Trump Show

President Trump hosted a cabinet meeting at the White House on Thursday that included him referring to Aretha Franklin as a former employee and musing about how much farmers who have been hurt by his
New York’s Push to End Inequality Extends to Garbage

New York’s Push to End Inequality Extends to Garbage

One transfer station that is likely to see a drop in the amount of trash that it handles is GPB Waste NY in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, in an area that includes light industrial and residential buildings.
Meet the Special Counsel Team: So Careful They Won’t Even Disclose Their Shake Shack Orders

Meet the Special Counsel Team: So Careful They Won’t Even Disclose Their Shake Shack Orders

Greg D. Andres, left, and Andrew Weissmann are two of the prosecutors on the special counsel’s team.
For News Media, a Day of Solidarity in a Summer of Unease

For News Media, a Day of Solidarity in a Summer of Unease

At a cabinet meeting on Thursday, President Trump told the assembled media members that they could stay or leave the room if they wanted. “Don’t forget: freedom of the press,” he said.
In Japan, 100 Years of Glory Days for High School Baseball

In Japan, 100 Years of Glory Days for High School Baseball

Hotoku Gakuen celebrated its win on Thursday during the annual national high school baseball tournament at Koshien Stadium in Nishinomiya, Japan. The single-elimination event concludes on Tuesday.
‘Dr. Bumbum,’ Brazilian Plastic Surgeon, Is Charged in Patient’s Death

‘Dr. Bumbum,’ Brazilian Plastic Surgeon, Is Charged in Patient’s Death

Denis Furtado in Rio de Janeiro last month. He has been charged in the death of one of his patients.
Revoking Clearance, Trump Aims Presidential Power at Russia Inquiry

Revoking Clearance, Trump Aims Presidential Power at Russia Inquiry

President Trump said that revoking the security clearance of the former C.I.A. Director John O. Brennan was “something that had to be done.”

Cuomo vs. Nixon? He’d Rather Campaign Against Trump

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s motivation behind his recent attacks on the president has more to do with his re-election this year than any ambitions in 2020.
Dream of a Better Life in Afghanistan Ends in a Hilltop Grave for Students

Dream of a Better Life in Afghanistan Ends in a Hilltop Grave for Students

Mourners carried the body of one of the young victims of a suicide attack at a university prep center during a burial ceremony on Thursday in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Who Tracks Migrant Children Who Enter the U.S. Alone? Don’t Ask Us, 4 Agencies Say.

Who Tracks Migrant Children Who Enter the U.S. Alone? Don’t Ask Us, 4 Agencies Say.

Officials from four agencies denied responsibility on Thursday for unaccompanied children once they were released from custody to a sponsor in the United States.
‘Weaponized Ad Technology’: Facebook’s Moneymaker Gets a Critical Eye

‘Weaponized Ad Technology’: Facebook’s Moneymaker Gets a Critical Eye

Government officials, researchers and advertising executives have warned that microtargeting tools, like the kind Facebook offers, can be exploited to polarize and manipulate voters.
Omarosa Manigault Newman Releases Tape of Lara Trump’s $15,000-a-Month Job Offer

Omarosa Manigault Newman Releases Tape of Lara Trump’s $15,000-a-Month Job Offer

By releasing tapes of her private conversations, Omarosa Manigault Newman has taken a page from President Trump’s playbook.