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Teachers Unions Scramble to Save Themselves After Supreme Court’s Blow

Teachers Unions Scramble to Save Themselves After Supreme Court’s Blow

Mary Kruchinski and Don Carlisto, right, canvassed on behalf of the New York State United Teachers last month at the Albany home of the custodian Marsel Kovaci. They were trying to get educators to
Djokovic Outlasts Nadal, in a Mere 5 Hours and 15 Minutes

Djokovic Outlasts Nadal, in a Mere 5 Hours and 15 Minutes

Novak Djokovic beat Rafael Nadal on Saturday to reach his first Grand Slam final since the 2016 United States Open.
For a Moment, Underdog Croatia Basks in World Cup Joy

For a Moment, Underdog Croatia Basks in World Cup Joy

The Old Town in Dubrovnik, Croatia, where throngs of fans watched the World Cup semifinal match between Croatia and England on Wednesday.

Don’t Be Putin’s Puppet

A Ukrainian activist in exile warns President Trump about the “modern Russian czar.”
Cleaning Toilets, Following Rules: A Migrant Child’s Days in Detention

Cleaning Toilets, Following Rules: A Migrant Child’s Days in Detention

Adan Galicia Lopez, 3, was separated from his mother for four months.
In India, a Missing Key to a Temple’s Treasure Vault Ignites a Furor

In India, a Missing Key to a Temple’s Treasure Vault Ignites a Furor

The Jagannath Temple in Puri, India, during an annual ceremony last month. A top temple administrator was recently fired after it was revealed that the key to its vault was missing.
8 Critically Endangered Black Rhinos Die in Kenya

8 Critically Endangered Black Rhinos Die in Kenya

Kenya Wildlife Service workers preparing to transport a sedated black rhino from Nairobi National Park last month. Eight black rhinos died after a similar transport operation, Kenya’s government said
Drought and Drone Reveal ‘Once-in-a-Lifetime’ Signs of Ancient Henge in Ireland

Drought and Drone Reveal ‘Once-in-a-Lifetime’ Signs of Ancient Henge in Ireland

Signs of a henge, a man-made enclosure from thousands of years ago thought to serve as a gathering place, were photographed by a camera-enabled drone on Monday.
Death Toll in Pakistan Suicide Bombing Rises to 128

Death Toll in Pakistan Suicide Bombing Rises to 128

Victims of the blast in Mastung, Pakistan, were treated at a hospital in Quetta, the provincial capital, on Saturday.
Could You Make It Through Dinner Without Checking Your Phone?

Could You Make It Through Dinner Without Checking Your Phone?

One of the tabletop boxes that Marco Canora, the owner of the Hearth restaurant in Manhattan, began providing in November to encourage diners to put away their cellphones.
In Trump’s U.K. Visit, Some See ‘Infomercial’ for Money-Losing Golf Resort

In Trump’s U.K. Visit, Some See ‘Infomercial’ for Money-Losing Golf Resort

Mr. Trump at Turnberry on Saturday. Financial records show the resort has lost money since he paid about $60 million to purchase it in 2014.
Forget Suits. Show the Tattoo. Female Candidates Are Breaking the Rules.

Forget Suits. Show the Tattoo. Female Candidates Are Breaking the Rules.

Liuba Grechen Shirley, running for Congress on Long Island, successfully fought the Federal Election Commission to let her use contributions to pay someone to watch her children while she campaigns.
The Education of a Brotelier

The Education of a Brotelier

Ben Weprin at the new Graduate Hotel in Iowa City, one of 11 boutique hotels in college towns that the entrepreneur has opened in the last three years. Several more are scheduled to open in the next
Sex Ed, for Grown-Ups

Sex Ed, for Grown-Ups

Attendees of Touchpoint, a monthly gathering in New York about sex and relationships that is part of a larger trend.
Mice Don’t Know When to Let It Go, Either

Mice Don’t Know When to Let It Go, Either

In a series of experiments, rodents and humans tended to stick with endeavors in which they were invested. There may be an evolutionary reason for the trait, psychologists said.
In Town With Little Water, Coca-Cola Is Everywhere. So Is Diabetes.

In Town With Little Water, Coca-Cola Is Everywhere. So Is Diabetes.

A stream in San Cristóbal de las Casas, which residents claim is contaminated with sewage. Potable water is scarce in the town.
Breast-Feeding or Formula? For Americans, It’s Complicated

Breast-Feeding or Formula? For Americans, It’s Complicated

A mother breast-feeds her child inside a subway station in New York after attending a rally to raise public awareness and support for breast-feeding on Aug. 8, 2014.