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Court Blocks Trump Administration From Blanket Detention of Asylum Seekers

Court Blocks Trump Administration From Blanket Detention of Asylum Seekers

The Essex County Correctional Facility in New Jersey, which houses detained immigrants.
Trump and Mexico’s New Leader, Both Headstrong, Begin With a ‘Good Conversation’

Trump and Mexico’s New Leader, Both Headstrong, Begin With a ‘Good Conversation’

The election of Andrés Manuel López Obrador, a leader known for being as nationalist-minded as Mr. Trump, could complicate discussions over trade and immigration.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Gender War Is On! And Fake

Op-Ed Columnist: The Gender War Is On! And Fake

Women marched to the Capitol in Washington on Thursday to protest the detention of undocumented migrant families.
Lawyers for Neo-Nazi to Defend Alex Jones in Sandy Hook Case

Lawyers for Neo-Nazi to Defend Alex Jones in Sandy Hook Case

Alex Jones has been spreading false claims that a 2012 massacre at a Connecticut school is a hoax.
Facebook Faces Broadened Federal Investigations Over Data and Privacy

Facebook Faces Broadened Federal Investigations Over Data and Privacy

Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, testified before Congress in April after a swell of outrage over whether the company had mishandled its users’ data.
Mexico Delivers Another Defeat to the Status Quo in Latin America

Mexico Delivers Another Defeat to the Status Quo in Latin America

Supporters of Andrés Manuel López Obrador celebrated his presidential election victory in Mexico City on Sunday.
‘The New Normal’: Wildfires Roar Across the West, Again

‘The New Normal’: Wildfires Roar Across the West, Again

Flames from the County Fire climbed a hillside in Guinda, on Sunday.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s Taking Us From Temper Tantrum to Trade War

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s Taking Us From Temper Tantrum to Trade War

President Trump says U.S. Steel told him about big expansion plans. But that all seems to be news to U.S. Steel.
Review: ‘Sorry to Bother You,’ but Can I Interest You in a Wild Dystopian Satire?

Review: ‘Sorry to Bother You,’ but Can I Interest You in a Wild Dystopian Satire?

Lakeith Stanfield sticks to the script as a telemarketer in Boots Riley’s “Sorry to Bother You.”
Trump Warns NATO Allies to Spend More on Defense, or Else

Trump Warns NATO Allies to Spend More on Defense, or Else

President Trump met with Prime Minister Mark Rutte of the Netherlands on Monday in the Oval Office. In letters sent last month, Mr. Trump demanded that NATO allies spend more on their own defense.
ABC Parts Ways With Investigative Reporter Brian Ross

ABC Parts Ways With Investigative Reporter Brian Ross

Brian Ross spent 24 years at ABC News, where he was the face of the network’s on-air investigative arm and a regular contributor to coverage of wars, terrorism, politics and scandals.
She Was Declared Dead and Moved to the Morgue. Then She Was Heard Breathing.

She Was Declared Dead and Moved to the Morgue. Then She Was Heard Breathing.

An ambulance in Theunissen, South Africa, this year. Ambulance workers in South Africa must be registered with the Health Professionals Council, but the Western Cape is the only province that

Youth Soccer Team Found in Cave in Thailand

The 12 boys and their coach had been trapped in a flooded cave for more than a week.
Man Who Waved Gun and Yelled ‘Womp Womp’ Arrested at Immigration Rally

Man Who Waved Gun and Yelled ‘Womp Womp’ Arrested at Immigration Rally

Shane Ryan Sealy appeared in court on Monday on misdemeanor charges.
When Sports Betting Is Legal, the Value of Game Data Soars

When Sports Betting Is Legal, the Value of Game Data Soars

A trader working at William Hill, an international sports betting book, in Las Vegas.