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Donald Trump, Mark Zuckerberg, Airbnb: Your Thursday Briefing

Donald Trump, Mark Zuckerberg, Airbnb: Your Thursday Briefing

Some of the cedars of Lebanon have stood for more than 1,000 years, a symbol of the country’s resilience. But now, they are under threat from rising temperatures. Scientists say most of the trees
Why Don’t We Always Vote in Our Own Self-Interest?

Why Don’t We Always Vote in Our Own Self-Interest?

Voters casting their ballots on primary day in Lexington, Ky., in May.
Israeli Law Declares the Country the ‘Nation-State of the Jewish People’

Israeli Law Declares the Country the ‘Nation-State of the Jewish People’

A protest in Tel Aviv this month against the new law, which has been advanced as flagship legislation of the most right-wing and religious governing coalition in Israel’s 70-year history.
Resign, Mike Pompeo. Resign, John Bolton.

Resign, Mike Pompeo. Resign, John Bolton.

Mike Pompeo, left, and John Bolton shared the stage with President Trump at a news conference marking the end of the NATO summit.
Tariffs Imperil a Hometown Business in South Carolina: BMW

Tariffs Imperil a Hometown Business in South Carolina: BMW

BMW vehicles made in Spartanburg, S.C., home to the automaker’s largest plant, are loaded at the port of Charleston, a hub of global trade.
36 Hours: 36 Hours in St. Andrews

36 Hours: 36 Hours in St. Andrews

The seaside town of St. Andrews is packed with history and charm. Above, the medieval ruins of St. Andrews Cathedral.
The Districts Are Mostly White. The Candidates Are Not.

The Districts Are Mostly White. The Candidates Are Not.

Lauren Underwood, a Democratic candidate in Illinois’s 14th District, is one of a few nonwhite candidates running in majority-white districts in the midterm elections.
A $1.5 Million Quest to Count Every Cat in D.C. — Even Pets

A $1.5 Million Quest to Count Every Cat in D.C. — Even Pets

Feral cats eating scraps of food in Washington, D.C. Animal advocacy organizations are funding a large effort to count all the cats in the city.
Why Joe Crowley’s Loss Could Be Good News for Hakeem Jeffries

Why Joe Crowley’s Loss Could Be Good News for Hakeem Jeffries

Representative Hakeem Jeffries of Brooklyn talked to constituents earlier this month during his Congress on Your Corner event outside the Shirley A. Chisholm Post Office on Fulton Street.
Remembering an Era Before Roe, When New York Had the ‘Most Liberal’ Abortion Law

Remembering an Era Before Roe, When New York Had the ‘Most Liberal’ Abortion Law

A billboard in Pennsylvania advertises legal abortions for under $250 in New York City. After New York legalized abortion in 1970, three years before Roe v. Wade, women from outside the state flocked
At Avignon Festival, Lots of Imagination on Show, but Few Women

At Avignon Festival, Lots of Imagination on Show, but Few Women

A scene from “Thyeste,” a Latin-language tale of ruthless revenge, directed by Thomas Jolly at the Avignon Festival in France.
Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Jabs at Trump’s Changing Story on Putin Meeting

Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Jabs at Trump’s Changing Story on Putin Meeting

Jimmy Fallon made fun of President Trump on Wednesday, stammering: “You guys, we have got a great show tonight, one you definitely would want to miss — I mean, wouldn’t want to miss.”
‘Castle Rock’ Is a Stephen King Story That Isn’t Really a Stephen King Story

‘Castle Rock’ Is a Stephen King Story That Isn’t Really a Stephen King Story

The new Hulu show “Castle Rock,” though inspired by the characters and settings of Stephen King’s work, tells an original story about a death row attorney drawn back to his hometown when a young man
Brittany Lincicome Will Play Golf Against the Men. Where’s the Fuss?

Brittany Lincicome Will Play Golf Against the Men. Where’s the Fuss?

Brittany Lincicome is known as Bam Bam because of her long drives. She will be the sixth woman to compete in a PGA Tour event when she tees off at the Barbasol Championship in Kentucky on Thursday.
Myanmar’s Military Planned Rohingya Genocide, Rights Group Says

Myanmar’s Military Planned Rohingya Genocide, Rights Group Says

Rohingya refugees waiting to board boats to Bangladesh on the bank of the Naf River in Myanmar last September.
South Korean Court Orders Big Payouts to Families of Ferry Victims

South Korean Court Orders Big Payouts to Families of Ferry Victims

Maritime police officers searching for missing passengers from the Sewol ferry after its sinking in 2014.
Critics of Trump’s Veterans Affairs Dept. Raise Concerns About Departures

Critics of Trump’s Veterans Affairs Dept. Raise Concerns About Departures

Peter O’Rourke, right, the acting Veterans Affairs secretary, took over the department in May.
Tech We’re Using: When a Tech Reporter Doesn’t Use Much Tech

Tech We’re Using: When a Tech Reporter Doesn’t Use Much Tech

Immersed in their portable reading platforms: David Streitfeld, a technology reporter in San Francisco, and his daughter.