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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.
A Crisis Management Guru Bungles a Crisis

A Crisis Management Guru Bungles a Crisis

Sir Alan Parker spoke at a Night of Motown benefit in 2016 for Save the Children U.K. Mr. Parker resigned as chairman in the spring, a week after Britain’s Charities Commission opened an investigation
The Week in Good News: Thai Cave Rescue, a Rehabilitating Restaurant, Sea Turtles

The Week in Good News: Thai Cave Rescue, a Rehabilitating Restaurant, Sea Turtles

Classmates of one of the young soccer players who was trapped in the Tham Luang Cave visited a tribute to the team.
Nancy Barbato Sinatra, 101, an Idol’s First Wife and Lasting Confidante, Dies

Nancy Barbato Sinatra, 101, an Idol’s First Wife and Lasting Confidante, Dies

Frank and Nancy Barbato Sinatra in Hollywood in 1949. They were married in 1939 and divorced in 1951, but they remained close.
John Liu Plots a Comeback Trail, Targeting a Renegade Democrat

John Liu Plots a Comeback Trail, Targeting a Renegade Democrat

John Liu, the former city comptroller, campaigned to be mayor in 2013, but finished fourth in the Democratic primary. He is now seeking to re-enter politics, challenging State Senator Tony Avella of
Door-Knocking Democrat Tries to Break G.O.P. Grip in Ohio Special Election

Door-Knocking Democrat Tries to Break G.O.P. Grip in Ohio Special Election

Danny O’Connor, the Democratic candidate in Ohio’s 12th Congressional District, speaking with Tami Halliday in New Albany on Thursday.
Sarcophagus Found. Contents Unknown. (‘No Guessing, Please.’)

Sarcophagus Found. Contents Unknown. (‘No Guessing, Please.’)

A granite coffin that was discovered in Alexandria, Egypt, this month. Speculation about the contents is rife. “People are saying it might contain Alexander or Cleopatra or Ramses,” one official said.
Trump Walks in Front of Queen Elizabeth, Causing Social Media Frenzy

Trump Walks in Front of Queen Elizabeth, Causing Social Media Frenzy

President Trump briefly walked ahead of Queen Elizabeth II during his visit to Windsor Castle on Friday.
McDonald’s Removes Salads Linked to Intestinal Parasite Outbreak in Midwest

McDonald’s Removes Salads Linked to Intestinal Parasite Outbreak in Midwest

McDonald’s said it had stopped selling salads at about 3,000 locations in the Midwest after cases of cyclosporiasis were reported in Iowa and Illinois.
At Uber, New Questions Arise About Executive Behavior

At Uber, New Questions Arise About Executive Behavior

Uber employees are said to have filed complaints about racial and other comments made by Barney Harford, the chief operating officer. “I am humbled and grateful for the feedback I received, which has
2 Plead Guilty to Manslaughter in Gas Explosion That Killed a Fire Chief

2 Plead Guilty to Manslaughter in Gas Explosion That Killed a Fire Chief

Michael J. Fahy, a battalion chief with the New York City Fire Department, was the incident commander on a call about a gas smell coming from a house in the Bronx in 2016. The house exploded, and he
Gas in Tow, Man, 72, Tried to Burn Down Condo to ‘Kill All Jews,’ Police Say

Gas in Tow, Man, 72, Tried to Burn Down Condo to ‘Kill All Jews,’ Police Say

Walter Edward Stolper was charged with attempted murder and attempted arson.
Gap Between Trump and Justice Dept. Officials Grows Starker

Gap Between Trump and Justice Dept. Officials Grows Starker

President Trump was meeting with Queen Elizabeth II in Buckinghamshire, England, when the indictment of 12 Russians was announced on Friday.
From Truman to Trump, Queen Elizabeth Has Met 12 U.S. Presidents

From Truman to Trump, Queen Elizabeth Has Met 12 U.S. Presidents

Princess Elizabeth and President Harry S. Truman during the playing of the “Star Spangled Banner” at National Airport in Washington, D.C., in October 1951.
America First, America Hated, America Alone

America First, America Hated, America Alone

German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks during a media conference at the European Union summit in Brussels on Friday.
Losing Yourself in a Good Book

Losing Yourself in a Good Book

Reading at the Arcachon jetty in southern France.
How to Meet Autistic People Halfway

How to Meet Autistic People Halfway

Children in a third grade class that integrates children with autism with general education students, at the Academy of Talented Scholars in Brooklyn.
Paychecks Lag as Profits Soar, and Prices Erode Wage Gains

Paychecks Lag as Profits Soar, and Prices Erode Wage Gains

Job seekers at a career fair in Los Angeles on March 8. Employers complain of labor shortages, but many are reluctant to pay higher wages.