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Democrats Turned Up in Record Numbers. But One Man Held All the Power.

Democrats Turned Up in Record Numbers. But One Man Held All the Power.

Frank Seddio, left, after a six-hour meeting of the Kings County Democratic Committee meeting on Thursday. In the end, Mr. Seddio decided every vote.
California’s Publicly Held Corporations Will Have to Include Women on Their Boards

California’s Publicly Held Corporations Will Have to Include Women on Their Boards

Gov. Jerry Brown of California and his wife, Anne Gust Brown, second from left, in his office on Sunday. Mr. Brown signed a bill that requires publicly held corporations based in the state to include
China’s Health Care Crisis: Lines Before Dawn, Violence and ‘No Trust’

China’s Health Care Crisis: Lines Before Dawn, Violence and ‘No Trust’

Dr. Ye Minghao, a family practitioner in Shanghai, sees up to 80 patients a day. He enjoys his work, he said, but is unhappy about the lack of respect for his field.
Elon Musk Settled With the S.E.C., but Tesla’s Troubles Aren’t Over

Elon Musk Settled With the S.E.C., but Tesla’s Troubles Aren’t Over

Tesla and its chief executive, Elon Musk, still face challenges, even after their settlement on Saturday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Executions With an Extra Dose of Cruelty

Executions With an Extra Dose of Cruelty

People demonstrated against the death penalty before the execution of Billy Ray Irick in Nashville.

Indonesia Searches for Survivors Amid Destruction

At least 832 people had been confirmed dead by Sunday, but officials fear that the death toll from the earthquake and tsunami on the island of Sulawesi could be higher.
Trump Can’t Win the War on Demography

Trump Can’t Win the War on Demography

A press conference held last April, when New York State filed suit against the Trump administration over the proposed changes to the 2020 census form.
Victimizing the Victims, Again

Victimizing the Victims, Again

Demonstrators with anti-Kavanaugh signs outside City Hall in Los Angeles on Friday.
On Golf: In Ryder Cup, Europe Leaves Egos at Door. Those of U.S. Slam the Door.

On Golf: In Ryder Cup, Europe Leaves Egos at Door. Those of U.S. Slam the Door.

From left, Webb Simpson, Tiger Woods and Patrick Reed answered questions after the Americans lost to Europe in the Ryder Cup on Sunday. Reed later vented about not being paired with Jordan Spieth.
U.S. Marine’s Son Wins Okinawa Election on Promise to Oppose Military Base

U.S. Marine’s Son Wins Okinawa Election on Promise to Oppose Military Base

Denny Tamaki, center, on Sunday celebrating his victory in the Okinawa governor’s race.
Meat Labs Pursue a Once-Impossible Goal: Kosher Bacon

Meat Labs Pursue a Once-Impossible Goal: Kosher Bacon

Rabbi Gavriel Price is in charge of figuring out how the Orthodox Union, the largest kosher certifying organization in the world, should deal with meat that is grown in laboratories from animal cells.
Indonesia Tsunami’s Power After Earthquake Surprises Scientists

Indonesia Tsunami’s Power After Earthquake Surprises Scientists

A bridge damaged by an earthquake and tsunami in Palu, Indonesia.
Shark Attacks a Teenager Diving for Lobsters Off the California Coast

Shark Attacks a Teenager Diving for Lobsters Off the California Coast

After clearing the area of surfers and swimmers, lifeguards keep watch at Beacon’s Beach in Encinitas, Calif., on Saturday.
Kanye West Ends ‘S.N.L.’ With Speech About Trump and Bullying

Kanye West Ends ‘S.N.L.’ With Speech About Trump and Bullying

Kanye West gave a monologue after his third song on the season premiere of “Saturday Night Live.”

How Capitalism Ruined China’s Health Care System

Homemade cancer drugs, violence in hospitals, doctor shortages: We take you inside China’s broken health care system to reveal how dire the situation is for over a billion people.
China Cancels High-Level Security Talks With the U.S.

China Cancels High-Level Security Talks With the U.S.

Defense secretary Jim Mattis and China’s defense minister, Wei Fenghe, in Beijing on June 27.