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Michele Roberts on N.B.A. Competitive Imbalance: Don’t Blame the Players

Michele Roberts on N.B.A. Competitive Imbalance: Don’t Blame the Players

Michele Roberts, the executive director of the N.B.A.'s players' union, in 2014.
Trump Poised to Enter NATO Meeting as Wild Card Among Allies

Trump Poised to Enter NATO Meeting as Wild Card Among Allies

American presidents are usually seen as leaders at North Atlantic Treaty Organization summit meetings, but President Trump might play the role of agitator this week in Brussels.
A Fire Killed 32 at a New Orleans Gay Bar. This Artist Didn’t Forget.

A Fire Killed 32 at a New Orleans Gay Bar. This Artist Didn’t Forget.

The artist Skylar Fein recreated the atmosphere of the UpStairs Lounge, which was torched in 1973, as part of a new exhibition at the New Orleans Museum of Art.
Iran’s Shaming of Young Dancer Draws Backlash

Iran’s Shaming of Young Dancer Draws Backlash

Maedeh Hojabri in a video still from Instagram. The 19-year-old was quietly arrested in May and her page was taken down, leaving her 600,000 followers wondering where she had gone.
Orcas of the Pacific Northwest Are Starving and Disappearing

Orcas of the Pacific Northwest Are Starving and Disappearing

Orcas from pod J in Puget Sound just west of Seattle. The number of orcas in the area, listed as endangered since 2005, has dwindled to a 30-year low.
Britain Suggests Russia Is Behind Latest Nerve Agent Case

Britain Suggests Russia Is Behind Latest Nerve Agent Case

British police officers stood guard on Monday outside the home where a woman poisoned with Novichok has been living.
Algae Bloom in Florida Prompts Fears About Harm to Health and Economy

Algae Bloom in Florida Prompts Fears About Harm to Health and Economy

An image from a drone video shows the canal in Jason Pim’s backyard in Cape Coral, Fla., on Saturday. Mr. Pim is concerned about the unusually large algae bloom that has filled Lake Okeechobee.

The Rape Jokes We Still Laugh At

In the #MeToo era, punch lines about sexual assaults in jail remain acceptable. But to Rodney Roussell, they’re a painful reminder of the nine years he spent in prison, where he was raped and sold
China’s Taste for Soybeans Is a Weak Spot in the Trade War With Trump

China’s Taste for Soybeans Is a Weak Spot in the Trade War With Trump

Fu Wanjiang, a farmer working for a cooperative, in a tractor cultivating a soybean field near Heihe, in northeastern China, last week. China is pressing its farmers to grow more soy, but the
Judge Rejects Long Detentions of Migrant Families, Dealing Trump Another Setback

Judge Rejects Long Detentions of Migrant Families, Dealing Trump Another Setback

Migrants who were separated from their children after crossing the border were dropped off at a shelter in El Paso, Tex.
Tab Hunter, 86, 1950s Hollywood Heartthrob, Is Dead

Tab Hunter, 86, 1950s Hollywood Heartthrob, Is Dead

Natalie Wood and Tab Hunter in the 1956 film “The Burning Hills,” one of two movies they made together. Warner Bros. tried to create the illusion that they were a couple.
How ‘A Different World’ Survived the Downfall of Bill Cosby

How ‘A Different World’ Survived the Downfall of Bill Cosby

Kadeem Hardison, left, and Darryl M. Bell in “A Different World,” which ended its original run 25 years ago this week.
Next Stop: In Southwest Colombia, Treasures Are Forbidden No More

Next Stop: In Southwest Colombia, Treasures Are Forbidden No More

Desierto de la Tatacoa, in southwest Colombia, is a disorienting badland of prickly pear cactuses and wild goats, trenches, crags and bluffs.
Trump Has Decided on Supreme Court Nominee, After a Morning of Seeking Advice

Trump Has Decided on Supreme Court Nominee, After a Morning of Seeking Advice

Television crews set up in front of the Supreme Court on Monday ahead of President Trump’s planned announcement of his pick for its next justice.

‘I Couldn’t Tell Anyone’: Women Around the World Reveal Intimate Stories of Abortion

Even in countries where abortion is legal, it can still be hard to talk about. When we invited readers to share their own stories, mor than 1,300 responded from over 30 countries. Here’s a selection.