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White House Has a Message for Republican Candidates: Stay Close to Trump

White House Has a Message for Republican Candidates: Stay Close to Trump

President Trump at a rally in Wheeling, W.Va., on Saturday. Mr. Trump plans an aggressive midterm campaign travel schedule to support candidates who back his agenda.
‘Better to Drown’: A Greek Refugee Camp’s Epidemic of Misery

‘Better to Drown’: A Greek Refugee Camp’s Epidemic of Misery

Refugees from Afghanistan at a makeshift camp outside Moria, in Lesbos, Greece. Moria has become the most visible symbol of the hard-line stance European countries have taken on migrants since 2016.
Amsterdam’s Plea to Tourists: Visit, but Please Behave Yourselves

Amsterdam’s Plea to Tourists: Visit, but Please Behave Yourselves

Prostitutes behind display windows in Amsterdam’s overcrowded red-light district.
‘Take Out’ Russian Missiles? U.S. Envoy’s Remark Spurs Anger, and Pullback

‘Take Out’ Russian Missiles? U.S. Envoy’s Remark Spurs Anger, and Pullback

Kay Bailey Hutchison, the American ambassador to NATO, said she had not meant to suggest an American pre-emptive strike against Russian missiles.
What’s in a Name Change? For Those Saying U.S.M.C.A., a Mouthful

What’s in a Name Change? For Those Saying U.S.M.C.A., a Mouthful

For President Trump, renaming the North American Free Trade Agreement was nearly as important as rewriting it. He spent years lashing out at the pact as one of the worst trade deals ever struck.
Facebook Hack Puts Thousands of Other Sites at Risk

Facebook Hack Puts Thousands of Other Sites at Risk

Ten years ago, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg introduced a tool that connects other sites and apps to Facebook passwords. That convenience came with a risk.
Common Sense: Elon Musk’s Ultimatum to Tesla: Fight the S.E.C., or I Quit

Common Sense: Elon Musk’s Ultimatum to Tesla: Fight the S.E.C., or I Quit

After the Securities and Exchange Commission accused Elon Musk of securities fraud, Tesla’s board defied regulators, issuing a provocative statement saying that it was “fully confident in Elon, his
State of the Art: Why You Shouldn’t Use Facebook to Log In to Other Sites

State of the Art: Why You Shouldn’t Use Facebook to Log In to Other Sites

Facebook said Tuesday that it had “no evidence” that attackers got into other sites through a hack of its login feature.
Kavanaugh’s 1983 Letter Offers Inside Look at High School Clique

Kavanaugh’s 1983 Letter Offers Inside Look at High School Clique

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh testifying last week before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Inspectors Find Nooses in Cells at Immigration Detention Facility

Inspectors Find Nooses in Cells at Immigration Detention Facility

The Adelanto immigrant detention center in California. In a report made public on Tuesday, federal inspectors said they found nooses in several cells there.
Chicago Police Officer Defends His Shooting of Laquan McDonald

Chicago Police Officer Defends His Shooting of Laquan McDonald

Jason Van Dyke, a Chicago police officer, testified during his murder trial for the shooting death of Laquan McDonald, 17.
The American Civil War, Part II

The American Civil War, Part II

Protesters in a hallway tried to disrupt a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing last week.
Pope Francis’ Once-Soaring Popularity Has Dropped Dramatically, New Poll Says

Pope Francis’ Once-Soaring Popularity Has Dropped Dramatically, New Poll Says

Pope Francis during the weekly general audience in Vatican City in September.