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U.S. to Issue New Sanctions on Russia Over Skripals’ Poisoning

U.S. to Issue New Sanctions on Russia Over Skripals’ Poisoning

The Trump administration announced Wednesday that it would soon impose new sanctions on Russia for violating American and international laws by attempting to assassinate a former Russian spy.
How Nixon Came Back

How Nixon Came Back

Richard Nixon accepting the nomination for president at the Republican National Convention in Miami Beach on Aug. 8, 1968.
Kansas Republicans’ Quandary: A Razor-Thin Race and a Possible Conflict of Interest

Kansas Republicans’ Quandary: A Razor-Thin Race and a Possible Conflict of Interest

Kris W. Kobach said that he was declaring a “tentative victory” in the primary during a news conference in Topeka on Wednesday.
The Earth Ablaze

The Earth Ablaze

A home burns as the River Fire moves through Lakeport, Calif.
What Being in ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Means to the Movie’s Stars

What Being in ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Means to the Movie’s Stars

Director Jon M. Chu, left, Ken Jeong, Awkwafina, Constance Wu, Gemma Chan, Michelle Yeoh and Henry Golding.
Critic’s Notebook: Six Hours and 24 Minutes Later, a Minimalism Classic Is Back

Critic’s Notebook: Six Hours and 24 Minutes Later, a Minimalism Classic Is Back

La Monte Young performs “The Well-Tuned Piano” at 6 Harrison Street in Manhattan in 1981, in the midst of Marian Zazeela’s installation “The Magenta Lights.”
Migrants Walk Off Italy’s Tomato Fields, and Into Its Immigration Debate

Migrants Walk Off Italy’s Tomato Fields, and Into Its Immigration Debate

Migrant workers protested work conditions Wednesday in Foggia, Italy, after two deadly van crashes.
Overlooked No More: Julia Sand, Whose Letters Inspired a President

Overlooked No More: Julia Sand, Whose Letters Inspired a President

A portrait of Julia Sand from the book “The Unexpected President.” In nearly two dozen letters she advised, cajoled and scolded Arthur on policy matters large and small.
Wesley Bell, Ferguson Councilman, Unseats St. Louis County Prosecutor

Wesley Bell, Ferguson Councilman, Unseats St. Louis County Prosecutor

Wesley Bell, a Ferguson City Council member, at his campaign office in St. Ann, Mo., this month. Mr. Bell unseated Robert P. McCulloch, the St. Louis County prosecutor who oversaw the investigation

Ohio Election Raises New Worry for Republicans

The results of the Ohio special election are too close to call. Why did the Republican party have to fight so hard to defend this long-held House seat?
Kris Kobach Is the G.O.P. at Its Worst

Kris Kobach Is the G.O.P. at Its Worst

Kris Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state and Republican candidate for governor, at a campaign stop last week.
Paul Manafort’s Lawyers Attack Rick Gates in Bid to Undercut His Credibility

Paul Manafort’s Lawyers Attack Rick Gates in Bid to Undercut His Credibility

For the prosecution, testimony by Rick Gates, a top campaign aide to President Trump, was critical to show that Paul Manafort purposefully defrauded the bank and tax authorities.
Trump’s Lawyers Counter Mueller’s Interview Offer, Seeking a Narrower Scope

Trump’s Lawyers Counter Mueller’s Interview Offer, Seeking a Narrower Scope

For months, the special counsel has been negotiating the terms of an interview with President Trump.
Oscars to Add ‘Popular Film’ Category, Creating Questions

Oscars to Add ‘Popular Film’ Category, Creating Questions

The 90th Academy Awards ceremony in March, staged at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, ran nearly four hours. The Oscars organization is pledging to keep it to three.
Have You Been Affected by the Wildfires in California?

Have You Been Affected by the Wildfires in California?

Arnold Lasker looked over the burned out remains of his girlfriend's house on Tuesday in Spring Valley, near Clearlake Oaks, in Northern California.
Saudi Arabia Escalates Feud With Canada Over Rights Criticism

Saudi Arabia Escalates Feud With Canada Over Rights Criticism

Saudi Arabia, under the leadership of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, is cutting off trade with Canada to deter criticism from Western countries.
Keep Up the Blanket Coverage of Trump. It Hurts Him.

Keep Up the Blanket Coverage of Trump. It Hurts Him.

President Trump spoke to the press before boarding Air Force One in May.