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Trump’s New Pollution Rules Still Won’t Save the Coal Industry

Trump’s New Pollution Rules Still Won’t Save the Coal Industry

President Trump entering a rally on Tuesday in Charleston, W.Va., where his promises to support the coal industry have been popular even though his administration predicts its continued decline.
Bull Market Hits a Milestone: 3,453 Days. Most Americans Aren’t at the Party.

Bull Market Hits a Milestone: 3,453 Days. Most Americans Aren’t at the Party.

Traders working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday.
Jack Ryan Still Just Wants to Sit at a Desk

Jack Ryan Still Just Wants to Sit at a Desk

In “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan,” beginning Aug. 31 on Amazon, John Krasinski plays the latest version of the humble analyst turned world-saving hero.
The New Thing in Hong Kong’s Public Schools: White Students

The New Thing in Hong Kong’s Public Schools: White Students

At Hong Kong’s international schools, like this one, the student body is becoming increasingly Chinese. In the city’s public schools, however, there are more white students than ever before.
Hawaii Braces for Hurricane Lane, a Rare Category 4 Storm

Hawaii Braces for Hurricane Lane, a Rare Category 4 Storm

Brianna Sugimura loading supplies into her car in Lihue, on the island of Kauai, Hawaii, in preparation for Hurricane Lane, which may hit the archipelago later this week.
Amazon’s Ripple Effect on Grocery Industry: Rivals Stock Up on Start-Ups

Amazon’s Ripple Effect on Grocery Industry: Rivals Stock Up on Start-Ups

Plastic crates moving along a conveyor at the Boxed fulfillment center in Union, N.J. Boxed announced Tuesday that it had sold a $110 million minority stake to one of Japan’s biggest retail chains,
Wyoming Republicans Snub Trump-Endorsed Candidate for Governor

Wyoming Republicans Snub Trump-Endorsed Candidate for Governor

Mark Gordon celebrated with supporters at his watch party in Buffalo, Wyo., on Tuesday. He won the Republican nomination for governor of Wyoming.
Michael Cohen’s Drink on Eve of Guilty Plea: Glenlivet on the Rocks

Michael Cohen’s Drink on Eve of Guilty Plea: Glenlivet on the Rocks

Michael Cohen leaving federal court in Manhattan after pleading guilty to multiple counts brought against him.
News Analysis: A One-Two Punch Puts Trump Back on His Heels

News Analysis: A One-Two Punch Puts Trump Back on His Heels

President Trump in Charleston, W.Va., for a rally on Tuesday, hours after judgments against two of his former confidants.
Trump Attacks Democrats at Rally, but Mostly Steers Clear of Scandals

Trump Attacks Democrats at Rally, but Mostly Steers Clear of Scandals

President Trump’s rally in Charleston, W.Va., on Tuesday is among the many midterm campaign stops he is expected to make over the coming weeks.
‘This Man Deserves What He Gets’: In Queens, a Nazi’s Long Flight From Justice Ends

‘This Man Deserves What He Gets’: In Queens, a Nazi’s Long Flight From Justice Ends

The home where Jakiw Palij, a former Nazi prison guard, lived in Jackson Heights, Queens, until Monday, when he was removed to be deported to Germany.
6 Takeaways From Michael Cohen’s Guilty Plea

6 Takeaways From Michael Cohen’s Guilty Plea

Michael D. Cohen, a longtime personal lawyer for President Trump, leaving Federal District Court in Manhattan on Tuesday after pleading guilty to eight counts brought against him.
Cohen Implicates President Trump. What Do Prosecutors Do Now?

Cohen Implicates President Trump. What Do Prosecutors Do Now?

President Trump at Yeager Airport in Charleston, W.Va., on Tuesday. The Justice Department has long taken the position that sitting presidents are not subject to criminal prosecution.
‘We Have Some Breaking News’: A Wild Day Makes Networks Scramble

‘We Have Some Breaking News’: A Wild Day Makes Networks Scramble

The CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer, left, on Tuesday with Michael Avenatti, the lawyer for the adult-film actress whom Michael D. Cohen acknowledged paying off. MSNBC featured an in-studio appearance by Mr.
Representative Duncan Hunter Is Indicted, Accused of Misusing Campaign Funds

Representative Duncan Hunter Is Indicted, Accused of Misusing Campaign Funds

Representative Duncan Hunter, Republican of California, and his wife are accused of spending tens of thousands of dollars of campaign funds on personal expenses like family trips and private school