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Residents of Brazil Border Town Attack Camps for Venezuelan Migrants

Residents of Brazil Border Town Attack Camps for Venezuelan Migrants

Venezuelans waited at a bus terminal in Santa Elena, Venezuela, on Sunday after being expelled by Brazilians from a border control point in the northern Brazil town of Pacaraima.
Asia Argento, a #MeToo Leader, Made a Deal With Her Own Accuser

Asia Argento, a #MeToo Leader, Made a Deal With Her Own Accuser

Asia Argento at the Cannes Film Festival in 2017. At this year’s festival, she gave a speech in which she said Harvey Weinstein had raped her there in 1997.
The Mozart of Fly Casting

The Mozart of Fly Casting

Maxine McCormick, 14, before participating in the national casting championships last month at Rogers-Lakewood Park in Valparaiso, Ind.
Advertising: To Reach Men, Advertisers Dial In to Sports Radio

Advertising: To Reach Men, Advertisers Dial In to Sports Radio

A Red Sox-Yankees game in Boston earlier this month. Sports radio’s audience skews male and is still a niche segment when compared with the rest of radio, but it is of increasing interest for
Tesla Slashes Spending, and May Add to Its Troubles

Tesla Slashes Spending, and May Add to Its Troubles

A monitor at Nasdaq displayed Tesla’s stock price in May. Short sellers have targeted the stock, injecting a destabilizing element to the company’s share price.
‘We Are Entitled to a Righteous Anger’: Catholics Return to Mass After Sex Abuse Report

‘We Are Entitled to a Righteous Anger’: Catholics Return to Mass After Sex Abuse Report

Parishioners gathered for Mass last week at the Cathedral Church of Saint Patrick in Harrisburg, Pa., after the release of a scathing grand jury report that detailed abuse by Catholic priests.
Israel’s Latest Culture War Plays Out Under the Wedding Canopy

Israel’s Latest Culture War Plays Out Under the Wedding Canopy

Shiran Abukasis (center), 30, and Julia Klein (center right), 24, jump into the pool during their wedding party, in Hadera, Israel last month.
Nixon, Clinton and Trump

Nixon, Clinton and Trump

President Richard Nixon, on national television on April 15, 1973, asked for support against "those who would exploit Watergate in order to keep us from doing what we were elected to do."
Uber’s Vision of Self-Driving Cars Begins to Blur

Uber’s Vision of Self-Driving Cars Begins to Blur

An Uber self-driving car on 5th Street in San Francisco in March 2017. Uber stopped testing its autonomous vehicles in the city earlier this year.
As Taliban Start Charm Offensive, Afghan President Calls for Cease-Fire

As Taliban Start Charm Offensive, Afghan President Calls for Cease-Fire

Damaged shops after a Taliban attack in Ghazni city, Afghanistan, this month.
Steve Bannon Has Found His Next Trump

Steve Bannon Has Found His Next Trump

Steve Bannon addressed the French far-right National Front Party's annual congress in March.
Michael Cohen, Trump’s Ex-Lawyer, Investigated for Bank Fraud Over $20 Million

Michael Cohen, Trump’s Ex-Lawyer, Investigated for Bank Fraud Over $20 Million

Federal officials have homed in on more than $20 million in loans obtained by taxi businesses owned by Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, and his family as part of an ongoing
Greece’s Bailout Is Ending. The Pain Is Far From Over.

Greece’s Bailout Is Ending. The Pain Is Far From Over.

Tourists at the Parthenon in Athens. Tourism in Greece has spiked in recent years, creating jobs and economic growth.
Harlem’s Trash Bins Were Overflowing. So the City Took 223 Away.

Harlem’s Trash Bins Were Overflowing. So the City Took 223 Away.

Trash collected on Sunday at Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard and West 139 Street in Harlem, where the New York City Sanitation Department has taken away more than 200 litter baskets over the last
Editorial Observer: Trump’s Silly War With Harley-Davidson

Editorial Observer: Trump’s Silly War With Harley-Davidson

Bikers arrived in Tours, France, last month for the American Tours Festival.
Grace Notes: If Only Her Voice Could Change the Way the Mets Play

Grace Notes: If Only Her Voice Could Change the Way the Mets Play

Marysol Castro, a public-address announcer for the New York Mets, is the first Latina announcer in Major League Baseball.
Giuliani Says ‘Truth Isn’t Truth’ in Defense of Trump’s Legal Strategy

Giuliani Says ‘Truth Isn’t Truth’ in Defense of Trump’s Legal Strategy

President Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudolph W. Giuliani, in May. During a television interview on Sunday, he said, “Truth isn’t truth.”
Trump Lawyers’ Sudden Realization: They Don’t Know What Don McGahn Told Mueller’s Team

Trump Lawyers’ Sudden Realization: They Don’t Know What Don McGahn Told Mueller’s Team

After Donald F. McGahn II, the White House counsel, was initially interviewed by the special counsel’s office in November, President Trump’s lawyers never asked for a complete description of what Mr.
Boy’s Lemonade Stand, Shut Down for Lack of Permit, Reopens With Fanfare

Boy’s Lemonade Stand, Shut Down for Lack of Permit, Reopens With Fanfare

Jodi Mulvaney and Sean Mulvaney watch as their son Brendan Mulvaney, 7, served lemonade to a customer on Saturday in Ballston Spa, N.Y.