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Op-Ed Columnist: The G.O.P.’s War on the Poor

Op-Ed Columnist: The G.O.P.’s War on the Poor

A woman leaving a food pantry in the Bronx, one of the poorest congressional districts in the country.
Police Dept. Gives Federal Investigators Ultimatum in Eric Garner Case

Police Dept. Gives Federal Investigators Ultimatum in Eric Garner Case

The Rev. Al Sharpton with Gwen Carr, the mother of Eric Garner, in Harlem on Monday.
In Blow to Sinclair, F.C.C. Chief Says He Has ‘Serious Concerns’ With Tribune Deal

In Blow to Sinclair, F.C.C. Chief Says He Has ‘Serious Concerns’ With Tribune Deal

Ajit Pai, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, wants a judge to review aspects of the Sinclair Broadcast Group’s plan to buy Tribune Media for $3.9 billion.
TV Anchors Agape After the Trump-Putin Appearance

TV Anchors Agape After the Trump-Putin Appearance

Jonathan Lemire of The Associated Press, at the Helsinki news conference Monday, asked President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia if he had compromising material on President Trump. Mr. Putin called it
Cognitive Test Trump Took May Have Been Undermined by Publicity, Doctors Warn

Cognitive Test Trump Took May Have Been Undermined by Publicity, Doctors Warn

Dr. Ronny Jackson announced the results of President Trump’s cognitive exam in January. Doctors are warning that the exam he took may have been compromised by the intense publicity that followed.
Defendants on Probation Can Be Jailed for Drug Relapse, Court Rules

Defendants on Probation Can Be Jailed for Drug Relapse, Court Rules

Julie Eldred argued that requiring defendants to be drug-free as a condition for probation was cruel and unusual given her severe addiction. A Massachusetts court disagreed, but declined to rule on
An Easy Win for Vladimir Putin

An Easy Win for Vladimir Putin

President Trump with President Vladimir Putin of Russia during a joint news conference at the Presidential Palace in Helsinki, Finland, on Monday.
DNA Leads to Suspect Decades After Killing of April Tinsley, 8

DNA Leads to Suspect Decades After Killing of April Tinsley, 8

With help from a DNA site and a genealogist, the police in Fort Wayne, Ind., arrested a man they say confessed to abducting and killing April Tinsley in April 1988.
Unbuttoned: Melania Trump’s Wardrobe Goes Mute

Unbuttoned: Melania Trump’s Wardrobe Goes Mute

The first lady, in Burberry, arrives in Belgium on July 10.
Luxury Lounge Wars Heat Up as Airlines Vie for High-End Passengers

Luxury Lounge Wars Heat Up as Airlines Vie for High-End Passengers

The second floor of United’s Polaris Lounge at San Francisco International Airport. The first Polaris Lounge opened in Chicago in December 2016.
Uber Is Target of Federal Sex Discrimination Inquiry

Uber Is Target of Federal Sex Discrimination Inquiry

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is said to be investigating whether Uber systematically paid women less than men and discriminated against women in the hiring process.
Who Is Bill Browder, Kremlin Foe Singled Out in Putin’s Offer?

Who Is Bill Browder, Kremlin Foe Singled Out in Putin’s Offer?

William F. Browder, an American-born financier now based in Britain, leaving an anti-graft prosecutor’s office in Madrid in May.
A Starring Role for Hollywood’s Sexual Zelig

A Starring Role for Hollywood’s Sexual Zelig

Scotty Bowers, second from right, with friends in 1956. Mr. Bowers says that for decades he ran a prostitution ring catering to gay and bisexual people in the film industry.
Can Macron Do for the Banlieues What the Banlieues Have Done for Soccer?

Can Macron Do for the Banlieues What the Banlieues Have Done for Soccer?

An image of the French forward Kylian Mbappé was projected on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris at a celebration of France’s victory in the Russia 2018 World Cup on Sunday.
Court Orders Temporary Halt to Migrant Family Deportations

Court Orders Temporary Halt to Migrant Family Deportations

A Honduran father and son were reunited in New York last week after being separated by immigration officials when they crossed the U.S.-Mexico border.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump and Putin vs. America

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump and Putin vs. America

President Donald Trump with President Vladimir Putin during a joint news conference in Helsinki on Monday.
France’s World Cup Win Is a ‘National Relief’ After Attacks and Racial Tension

France’s World Cup Win Is a ‘National Relief’ After Attacks and Racial Tension

President Emmanuel Macron of France, center, and his wife, Brigitte, posed with the French soccer team’s captain, Hugo Lloris (holding the trophy), the team’s coach, Didier Deschamps, and other

Trump, at Putin’s Side, Questions U.S. Intelligence on 2016 Election

At the end of their first summit meeting, Mr. Trump would not say whether he believes American intelligence agencies or Mr. Putin about Russian electoral interference.