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A White Flash, a Horrible Boom. Now Pakistan Worries: Is It Safe to Vote?

A White Flash, a Horrible Boom. Now Pakistan Worries: Is It Safe to Vote?

The wreckage after a suicide bomber targeted an election rally this month in Mastung, Pakistan.
Anti-Abortion Protesters at Queens Clinic Did Not Harass Patients, Judge Rules

Anti-Abortion Protesters at Queens Clinic Did Not Harass Patients, Judge Rules

Protesters outside the Choices Women’s Medical Center in Jamaica, Queens, in 2014.
Francesco Molinari, in a First for Italy, Wins the British Open

Francesco Molinari, in a First for Italy, Wins the British Open

With his British Open victory on Sunday, Francesco Molinari became the first player representing Italy to win a major men’s golf championship.
Democrats See Openings at State Level, Thanks to Trump Resistance

Democrats See Openings at State Level, Thanks to Trump Resistance

Jay Inslee of Washington, center, the Democratic Governors Association chairman, on Saturday at Santa Fe Community College in New Mexico.
Accused of Rape and Torture, Exiled Afghan Vice President Returns

Accused of Rape and Torture, Exiled Afghan Vice President Returns

A banner welcoming Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum back to Kabul, Afghanistan, on Sunday.
Without Evidence, Trump Claims Vindication From Release of Carter Page Documents

Without Evidence, Trump Claims Vindication From Release of Carter Page Documents

“Looking more & more like the Trump Campaign for President was illegally being spied upon (surveillance) for the political gain of Crooked Hillary Clinton and the DNC,” President Trump wrote on
Their Father Was a Refugee in India. Now They’ve Teamed Up With the Trumps.

Their Father Was a Refugee in India. Now They’ve Teamed Up With the Trumps.

Dinesh Chawla, whose family business is working with the Trump Organization on hotel projects in Mississippi, voted for Barack Obama and works from a bar stool at a Hampton Inn.
Russia, Accused of Faking News, Unfurls Its Own ‘Fake News’ Bill

Russia, Accused of Faking News, Unfurls Its Own ‘Fake News’ Bill

The State Duma, the lower house of Parliament, in Moscow. A bill submitted by lawmakers from the governing party proposes holding social networks accountable for “inaccurate” comments posted by users.
Spain’s Popular Party Elects Pablo Casado, a Hard Liner, to Replace Rajoy

Spain’s Popular Party Elects Pablo Casado, a Hard Liner, to Replace Rajoy

Pablo Casado, second from left, celebrating in Madrid on Saturday with his wife, former Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría, right.
As Trump Struggles With Helsinki’s Fallout, Congress Faces a New Charge: Complicity

As Trump Struggles With Helsinki’s Fallout, Congress Faces a New Charge: Complicity

Congressional Republicans are grappling with the political and foreign policy fallout from President Trump’s summit meeting with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia.
Sniffles? Cancer? Under Medicare Plan, Payments for Office Visits Would Be Same for Both

Sniffles? Cancer? Under Medicare Plan, Payments for Office Visits Would Be Same for Both

Dr. Angus B. Worthing, a rheumatologist, with a patient, Nevzer Stacey, at his office in Chevy Chase, Md., on Friday. A Trump administration proposal would pay less for complicated office visits under
Israel Aids Evacuation From Syria of Hundreds of ‘White Helmets’ and Families

Israel Aids Evacuation From Syria of Hundreds of ‘White Helmets’ and Families

Volunteer emergency workers known as the White Helmets working in Douma, Syria, after airstrikes in 2016.
Sevnica Dispatch: In First Lady’s Hometown in Slovenia, the Business Is Melania

Sevnica Dispatch: In First Lady’s Hometown in Slovenia, the Business Is Melania

Sevnica, a town of about 5,000 people in Slovenia, where Melania Trump spent her childhood.
It’s Not Just the Tampon Tax: Why Periods Are Political

It’s Not Just the Tampon Tax: Why Periods Are Political

Casey Hartnett spoke at a “Period Party” that included storytelling and poetry in honor of World Menstrual Hygiene Day, at the New Women Space in Brooklyn this year.
Trader Joe’s Standoff in Los Angeles Ends With 1 Dead and Hostages Freed

Trader Joe’s Standoff in Los Angeles Ends With 1 Dead and Hostages Freed

Police officers surrounding a Trader Joe’s in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles, where an armed suspect barricaded himself inside on Saturday.
Jonathan Gold, Food Critic Who Celebrated L.A.’s Cornucopia, Dies at 57

Jonathan Gold, Food Critic Who Celebrated L.A.’s Cornucopia, Dies at 57

Jonathan Gold worked as The Los Angeles Times’s food critic for years, and won a Pulitzer Prize for criticism in 2007 while with LA Weekly. He once said he wrote “to try to get people less afraid of
Pence Renews White House Embrace for Georgia’s Insurgent Running for Governor

Pence Renews White House Embrace for Georgia’s Insurgent Running for Governor

Brian Kemp, who is running for governor in Georgia, was endorsed by Vice President Mike Pence at a rally on Saturday. Mr. Kemp, Georgia’s secretary of state, is facing Casey Cagle, its lieutenant
Nine of Her Family Members on a Missouri Duck Boat Died. Somehow, She Survived.

Nine of Her Family Members on a Missouri Duck Boat Died. Somehow, She Survived.

Tia Coleman was comforted by her sister Leeta Bigbee after speaking to the news media on Saturday. Nine of Ms. Coleman’s family members died in a duck boat accident in Branson, Mo., this week.
On Golf: In Contention at the British Open, Tiger Woods Says, ‘I’m Right There’

On Golf: In Contention at the British Open, Tiger Woods Says, ‘I’m Right There’

Tiger Woods lined up a putt on the 18th green on Saturday in the third round of the British Open at Carnoustie.