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The Massachusetts Primary Election Is on Tuesday. Here’s What to Watch.

The Massachusetts Primary Election Is on Tuesday. Here’s What to Watch.

Ayanna Pressley, a Boston City Council member, greeted voters in Chelsea, Mass., on Tuesday.
Brett Kavanaugh Hearings: Takeaways From Day 1

Brett Kavanaugh Hearings: Takeaways From Day 1

Judge Kavanaugh listened to opening statements from Senators on the Judiciary Committee.
Mueller’s Office Will Grill Him About Roger Stone. He Will Respond With Comedy.

Mueller’s Office Will Grill Him About Roger Stone. He Will Respond With Comedy.

Randy Credico, the comedian, left, is set to testify Sept. 7 before a grand jury convened by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III. He and his lawyer, Martin Stolar, left the Federal Building in
The New Health Care: What the Experts Want Us to Know About Public Health

The New Health Care: What the Experts Want Us to Know About Public Health

Antismoking television commercials in the latter part of the last century were part of a successful campaign to reduce smoking rates.
Duterte Orders Arrest of Philippine Senator, One of His Top Critics

Duterte Orders Arrest of Philippine Senator, One of His Top Critics

“If the ordinary folk are being killed, he is now jailing his critics,” Senator Antonio Trillanes said Tuesday of President Rodrigo Duterte. Mr. Duterte says a 2010 amnesty granted to the senator over
Cher Has Never Been a Huge Cher Fan. But She Loves Being Cher.

Cher Has Never Been a Huge Cher Fan. But She Loves Being Cher.

“I set out to be famous! I set out to be Cinderella,” Cher said. “I just knew I wanted to be on that screen.”
Amazon’s Plan to Reach 500 Million Indians: Speak Their Language

Amazon’s Plan to Reach 500 Million Indians: Speak Their Language

Amazon is aiming to break the English-language barrier in India. The e-commerce giant on Tuesday began offering its local website and apps in Hindi, India’s most popular language.
A Facebook War: Libyans Battle on the Streets and on Screens

A Facebook War: Libyans Battle on the Streets and on Screens

A mortar shell landed in this market in Tripoli, Libya, last week. A parallel battle was heating up on Facebook.
Matter: Scientists Are Retooling Bacteria to Cure Disease

Matter: Scientists Are Retooling Bacteria to Cure Disease

A newborn is tested for PKU, a rare inherited blood disorder, at a hospital in California.
John Millman Upsets No. 2 Roger Federer at the U.S. Open

John Millman Upsets No. 2 Roger Federer at the U.S. Open

Roger Federer lost before the quarterfinals at the U.S. Open for only the second time in 14 years.
Mediterranean Death Rate Is Highest Since 2015 Migration Crisis

Mediterranean Death Rate Is Highest Since 2015 Migration Crisis

A woman’s body and a migrant who survived were pulled from the Mediterranean Sea by a Spanish agency about 85 miles off the Libyan coast in July.
U.S. Open’s Biggest Attraction? The Shade

U.S. Open’s Biggest Attraction? The Shade

Novak Djokovic defeated João Sousa in straight sets.
On Dessert: Elevate Your Chocolate-Chip Cookies

On Dessert: Elevate Your Chocolate-Chip Cookies

Mokonuts’ rye-cranberry chocolate-chunk cookies.
On Tennis: Naomi Osaka Emerges Victorious From Next-Generation Duel at U.S. Open

On Tennis: Naomi Osaka Emerges Victorious From Next-Generation Duel at U.S. Open

Naomi Osaka reached her first Grand Slam quarterfinal by defeating Aryna Sabalenka.
An Old Sore for Mexico’s Next President: The 43 Missing Students

An Old Sore for Mexico’s Next President: The 43 Missing Students

Family members of the students who disappeared four years ago in Iguala, Guerrero, marching in Mexico City last month.
Double Blow to Brazil Museum: Neglect, Then Flames

Double Blow to Brazil Museum: Neglect, Then Flames

The National Museum of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro on Monday, a day after it was ravaged by fire.