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Outside Influence: The Veterans Agency’s Shadowy Leadership

Outside Influence: The Veterans Agency’s Shadowy Leadership

Three men who are members of President Trump’s West Palm Beach Golf club, known as the “Mar-a-Lago crowd,” have been exerting influence over the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Erdogan: How Turkey Sees the Crisis With the U.S.

Erdogan: How Turkey Sees the Crisis With the U.S.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey met with President Trump last year in New York, as shown in a photo released by the Turkish government.
What’s in a Name? A Political Taste Treat

What’s in a Name? A Political Taste Treat

Danbury's mayor, Mark Boughton, is running in Connecticut for the Republican nomination for governor.
Checkmate Averted: U.K. Reversal Opens Door for Chess Prodigy, 9, to Stay Put

Checkmate Averted: U.K. Reversal Opens Door for Chess Prodigy, 9, to Stay Put

Shreyas Royal was 3 when his father, Jitendra Singh, moved the family to London from Bangalore, India.

Containers of Hurricane Donations Found Rotting in Puerto Rico Parking Lot

The containers, collected from private donors by a group controlled by Puerto Rico’s first lady, are sitting in a state parking lot, crumbling and infested with rats.
The Administration Gets Tough on Russia — Despite Trump

The Administration Gets Tough on Russia — Despite Trump

President Vladimir Putin at the presidential palace in Helsinki, Finland, last month when he met with President Donald Trump.
Matthew Newton, Director With Domestic Violence Record, Departs Jessica Chastain Film

Matthew Newton, Director With Domestic Violence Record, Departs Jessica Chastain Film

Matthew Newton will no longer direct the movie “Eve,” starring Jessica Chastain, following criticism surrounding his history of domestic violence.
F.B.I. Agent Told the Truth, Jury Finds. He Did Not Fire His Gun During Militia Standoff.

F.B.I. Agent Told the Truth, Jury Finds. He Did Not Fire His Gun During Militia Standoff.

An Oregon jury was asked to decide whether an F.B.I. agent lied about firing two shots at a roadblock in 2016 where a leader of a militia, LaVoy Finicum, was killed.
Once ‘No Longer a Nuclear Threat,’ North Korea Now in Standoff With U.S.

Once ‘No Longer a Nuclear Threat,’ North Korea Now in Standoff With U.S.

Two months after President Trump declared his summit meeting in Singapore with Kim Jong-un a success, North Korea has not agreed to provide a list of all its atomic weapons stockpiles.
Johnny Manziel Looks Up From the Bottom of a Very Deep Hole

Johnny Manziel Looks Up From the Bottom of a Very Deep Hole

Johnny Manziel threw four interceptions in his first start for the Montreal Alouettes.
A Litany of Grievances: How Turkish-American Relations Deteriorated

A Litany of Grievances: How Turkish-American Relations Deteriorated

The American pastor Andrew Brunson was put under house arrest in Turkey after being released from prison last month.
Latte Art Begone! Here Come the Bold Freaks of Instagram

Latte Art Begone! Here Come the Bold Freaks of Instagram

Where the sidewalk ends? Hannah Rose Dalton, left, and Steve Taj Bhaskaran.
Brett Kavanaugh Urged Ken Starr Not to Indict Clinton While in Office

Brett Kavanaugh Urged Ken Starr Not to Indict Clinton While in Office

Democrats are likely to question Brett Kavanaugh on his views of executive power.
Father of Baby Found Dead in East River Is Jailed in New York

Father of Baby Found Dead in East River Is Jailed in New York

The body of a baby boy was discovered floating in the East River near the Manhattan side of the Brooklyn Bridge on Sunday.
‘Abolish ICE’: How Republicans Seized on a Liberal Rallying Cry

‘Abolish ICE’: How Republicans Seized on a Liberal Rallying Cry

Jay Webber, right, a Republican running for a congressional seat in northern New Jersey, with Mark Kelly, a former ICE agent, at a campaign event in Whippany, N.J. Mr. Webber has used calls to abolish
Eighth Graders Watch ‘Eighth Grade’ and Relate (and Also Cringe)

Eighth Graders Watch ‘Eighth Grade’ and Relate (and Also Cringe)

A theater in the Alamo Drafthouse in Brooklyn, which filled two free all-ages screenings of “Eighth Grade” to capacity.
A Lifelong Political Scrapper, Roger Stone Is Fighting for His Own Legal Future

A Lifelong Political Scrapper, Roger Stone Is Fighting for His Own Legal Future

Roger J. Stone Jr. is a key focus of the special counsel’s investigation.