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Brett Kavanaugh Likely to Bring Pro-Business Views to Supreme Court

Brett Kavanaugh Likely to Bring Pro-Business Views to Supreme Court

In his years on a federal appellate court, Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh tended to side with business on cases involving the environment, technology and consumer protection.
Trump Pardons Oregon Ranchers Whose Case Inspired Wildlife Refuge Takeover

Trump Pardons Oregon Ranchers Whose Case Inspired Wildlife Refuge Takeover

Dwight L. Hammond and his son became a cause célèbre for an antigovernment group’s weekslong standoff at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon.
Tesla’s Latest Aim: Build 500,000 Cars a Year in China

Tesla’s Latest Aim: Build 500,000 Cars a Year in China

A Tesla charging station in a Shanghai mall. Tesla has reached an agreement with the Shanghai government to build its first foreign plant there.
How Brett Kavanaugh Could Reshape Environmental Law From the Supreme Court

How Brett Kavanaugh Could Reshape Environmental Law From the Supreme Court

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh in the East Room of the White House on Monday, where President Trump announced his nomination to the Supreme Court.
As Trump Criticizes NATO, E.U. Leader Warns: You ‘Won’t Have a Better Ally’

As Trump Criticizes NATO, E.U. Leader Warns: You ‘Won’t Have a Better Ally’

Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, has a history of publicly challenging Mr. Trump.
Lord Carrington, Former U.K. Foreign Secretary, Dies at 99

Lord Carrington, Former U.K. Foreign Secretary, Dies at 99

Lord Carrington in London in 1956, shortly after being named high commissioner to Australia, where his family had extensive interests and he was popular.
In Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif Fights for Survival

In Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif Fights for Survival

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is fighting a battle for his political survival after falling out with the military.
Brantley in Britain: Women Set London’s Stages Ablaze

Brantley in Britain: Women Set London’s Stages Ablaze

Lia Williams as a charismatic schoolteacher in the title role of “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie,” directed by Polly Findlay at the Donmar Warehouse in London.
Critic’s Notebook: Trump’s Reality TV Supreme Court Rollout, Slick and Substance-Free

Critic’s Notebook: Trump’s Reality TV Supreme Court Rollout, Slick and Substance-Free

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, was introduced less as a jurist than as an American dad.
A Tech Guru Captivated Canada. Then He Fled to China.

A Tech Guru Captivated Canada. Then He Fled to China.

The offices of Istuary Innovation Group in Vancouver were emptied by an auction house late last year. A British Columbia provincial employment department has ordered the company to pay around $2.2
Kavanaugh and Gorsuch Both Went to the Same Elite Prep School

Kavanaugh and Gorsuch Both Went to the Same Elite Prep School

Brett M. Kavanaugh, left, on Monday after his nomination, and Neil M. Gorsuch in 2017. Both attended Georgetown Prep for high school.
Boris Johnson Has Ruined Britain

Boris Johnson Has Ruined Britain

“He knows that the verdict of history is about to come down on him — and bury him.”
Freed From Thai Cave, Boys May Still Face Health Problems

Freed From Thai Cave, Boys May Still Face Health Problems

Police officers and nurses wearing protective attire at the Chiangrai Prachanukroh Hospital on Tuesday.
It’s Easy. It’s Impressive. It’s Dinner.

It’s Easy. It’s Impressive. It’s Dinner.

In her new column, Alison Roman will show you her approach to cooking, with dishes, like this sheet-pan trout, that look impressive, but require less time than you'd think.
Why the Thailand Cave Rescue Was So Difficult: A Diver Explains

Why the Thailand Cave Rescue Was So Difficult: A Diver Explains

Thai rescue teams arranging a water-pumping system at the entrance to a flooded cave complex where 12 boys and their soccer coach were trapped in Chiang Rai, Thailand.
Brett Kavanaugh, Thai Rescue, World Cup: Your Tuesday Briefing

Brett Kavanaugh, Thai Rescue, World Cup: Your Tuesday Briefing

Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, said he would “keep an open mind in every case.” But he declared that judges “must interpret the law, not make the law.”
Will Kavanaugh Provide Cover for Trump?

Will Kavanaugh Provide Cover for Trump?

Brett Kavanaugh, left, in 2006 when he was sworn in as a U.S. Court of Appeals Judge for the District of Columbia by Justice Anthony Kennedy.