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John McCain, Myanmar, Jacksonville: Your Monday Briefing

John McCain, Myanmar, Jacksonville: Your Monday Briefing

Front pages of Sunday newspapers reporting the death of Senator John McCain at 81.
In Russia, a Top University Lacks Just One Thing: Students

In Russia, a Top University Lacks Just One Thing: Students

The European University in St. Petersburg has been under attack by some Russian officials.
Did Juul Lure Teenagers and Get ‘Customers for Life’?

Did Juul Lure Teenagers and Get ‘Customers for Life’?

Juul is under federal investigation for marketing its discreet, flash-drive-resembling e-cigarette product to youth.
New York Today: New York Today: Remembering McCain

New York Today: New York Today: Remembering McCain

Readers described Senator John McCain of Arizona as a hero.
The West Bank Model Is a Failure

The West Bank Model Is a Failure

Demonstrators placed a Palestinian flag on top of a house in the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh during clashes with Israeli security forces in January.
What John McCain Taught Us About Torture

What John McCain Taught Us About Torture

John McCain in a Hanoi, North Vietnam, hospital in 1967.
Myanmar Generals Should Face Genocide Charges, U.N. Panel Says

Myanmar Generals Should Face Genocide Charges, U.N. Panel Says

A United Nations panel found that evidence against Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing and five other generals in Myanmar made it a priority to try them in an international court in relation to “the gravest
In Barcelona, a House That Was Remade by Taking It Apart

In Barcelona, a House That Was Remade by Taking It Apart

In a hallway to the bathroom, a Quinta chair by Mario Botta and an Arnold Circus stool by Martino Gamper modified by Santomà.
Personal Journeys: From Ride Share to Rickshaw: Wedding-Shopping Adventures in India

Personal Journeys: From Ride Share to Rickshaw: Wedding-Shopping Adventures in India

Bridal outfits at Indu Fashions in Chandni Chowk district of Old Delhi, India.
What We Know About Trump’s $130,000 Payment to Stormy Daniels

What We Know About Trump’s $130,000 Payment to Stormy Daniels

Stephanie Clifford, also known as Stormy Daniels, leaving federal court in Manhattan in April. Mr. Trump’s statements about a $130,000 payment to Ms. Clifford have evolved over time.
Nonfiction: Why Arthur Ashe Is the Spiritual Father of Colin Kaepernick

Nonfiction: Why Arthur Ashe Is the Spiritual Father of Colin Kaepernick

In 1975 Ashe became the first black player to win the men’s singles title at Wimbledon, beating Jimmy Connors in four sets.

Astrology Is Fake But It’s Probably Fine

From astrology memes to Instagram crystals, mysticism is taking over the internet. Is it all irrational nonsense — or is it a necessary corrective to the data-driven, hyper-logical, crypto-libertarian
‘Son of Immigrants, Black and Gay’: A D.J. Breaks Barriers in France

‘Son of Immigrants, Black and Gay’: A D.J. Breaks Barriers in France

Pierre Hache, who performs as Kiddy Smile, caused a stir when he D.J.ed at the Élysée Palace in Paris, wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the words, “Son of immigrants, black and gay.”
Lens: The Quiet Heroism of Arthur Ashe

Lens: The Quiet Heroism of Arthur Ashe

Arthur Ashe, left, doing a crossword puzzle while waiting for the subway, completely unrecognized the day after he won the U.S. Open men's singles championship in New York in September 1968.
In Arizona Primary, Joe Arpaio Is Making His Last Stand

In Arizona Primary, Joe Arpaio Is Making His Last Stand

Joe Arpaio, former Maricopa County Sheriff and Arizona Republican Senate candidate, arrives to campaign at the Tucson Expo Gun Show on Aug. 25 in Tucson, Ariz.
‘Sick of Losing,’ Democrats Race to the End of a Wild Florida Primary for Governor

‘Sick of Losing,’ Democrats Race to the End of a Wild Florida Primary for Governor

Gwen Graham, a candidate for Florida governor, during a teacher’s rally in Miami Gardens, Fla.
Scott Morrison Is a New Kind of Australian Prime Minister: An Evangelical Christian

Scott Morrison Is a New Kind of Australian Prime Minister: An Evangelical Christian

Prime Minister Scott Morrison of Australia with his wife, Jenny, and daughters after being sworn in on Friday. Mr. Morrison speaks openly about his evangelical faith.