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Imran Khan’s First Test: Pakistan’s Troubled Economy

Imran Khan’s First Test: Pakistan’s Troubled Economy

Pakistani economists say that Imran Khan, once he becomes prime minister, will have no choice but to ask the International Monetary Fund for a bailout.
A North Korean Defector’s Tale of Lies, Blackmail and Betrayal

A North Korean Defector’s Tale of Lies, Blackmail and Betrayal

Heo Kang-il, a North Korean defector, in Seoul this month. “I wish I could turn the clock back,” he says of his 2016 defection to South Korea with 12 waitresses, who he says he tricked into coming
Restraint Chairs and Spit Masks: Migrant Detainees Claim Abuse at Detention Centers

Restraint Chairs and Spit Masks: Migrant Detainees Claim Abuse at Detention Centers

The Shenandoah Valley Juvenile Center in Virginia houses young migrants with emotional, behavioral and psychological issues.
The Partisan Battle Brett Kavanaugh Now Regrets

The Partisan Battle Brett Kavanaugh Now Regrets

Brett M. Kavanaugh’s decision in 1998 to rejoin the Starr investigation, after it had expanded to include the Monica Lewinsky case, has forever connected him to an inquiry that Democrats called a
U.S. Isn’t Holding Up Its End of Nuclear Deal, North Korean Envoy Charges

U.S. Isn’t Holding Up Its End of Nuclear Deal, North Korean Envoy Charges

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo exchanged smiles with Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho of North Korea in Singapore on Saturday. But both men had sharp words about North Korea’s nuclear program during the
Protests Pop Up Across Iran, Fueled by Daily Dissatisfaction

Protests Pop Up Across Iran, Fueled by Daily Dissatisfaction

Shops closed in the grand bazaar in Tehran were closed during a protest in June.
Parkland Shooting Suspect Lost Special-Needs Help at School When He Needed It Most

Parkland Shooting Suspect Lost Special-Needs Help at School When He Needed It Most

Nikolas Cruz at a court hearing in April. A new report provides details about his educational record.
The Look: Meet the Mediums of Lily Dale

The Look: Meet the Mediums of Lily Dale

The Lily Dale Assembly, a community of registered mediums and Spiritualists, opened the gates of its 160-acre town to visitors on June 29.
The Future Is ... Personal Ads?

The Future Is ... Personal Ads?

Old-school personal ads were circulated at a party to celebrate Personals, a queer dating community.
South Africa Vows to End Corruption. Are Its New Leaders Part of the Problem?

South Africa Vows to End Corruption. Are Its New Leaders Part of the Problem?

Students praying before the start of classes at Mpumelelo Primary School, the site of protests last year.
A ‘Rainbow Wave?’ 2018 Has More L.G.B.T. Candidates Than Ever

A ‘Rainbow Wave?’ 2018 Has More L.G.B.T. Candidates Than Ever

Sharice Davids, a leading Democrat in a top congressional primary in Kansas on Tuesday, is a lesbian and Native American who wants "L.G.B.T. people sitting in the room while decisions are being made."
Bites: In Guatemala City, a Temple to the Tostada

Bites: In Guatemala City, a Temple to the Tostada

The crudo tostada at Dora La Tostadora in Guatemala City is topped with thin slices of raw fish, cherry tomato confit, avocado, peanut oil, sesame seeds and guaque chile powder.
Scorching Summer in Europe Signals Long-Term Climate Changes

Scorching Summer in Europe Signals Long-Term Climate Changes

People trying to cool down in the Trocadero Fountain in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
A Sunflower Farm Invited Tourists. It Ended Up Like a ‘Zombie Apocalypse.’

A Sunflower Farm Invited Tourists. It Ended Up Like a ‘Zombie Apocalypse.’

Brad Bogle, left, and his father, Barry Bogle, standing in their sunflower field in Hamilton, Ont. They were forced to close their farm to visitors last weekend after selfie-taking tourists crowded
Zimbabwe’s Opposition Calls Vote Results ‘Fraudulent’ in Tense Aftermath

Zimbabwe’s Opposition Calls Vote Results ‘Fraudulent’ in Tense Aftermath

The police tried to break up a news conference for the opposition leader Nelson Chamisa. The event was eventually allowed to continue.
The Saturday Profile: Star Athlete Is Injured in Egg Attack, and Italy Debates ‘a Racism Emergency’

The Saturday Profile: Star Athlete Is Injured in Egg Attack, and Italy Debates ‘a Racism Emergency’

The Italian discus thrower Daisy Osakue addressed the media outside the hospital in Turin on Monday after she was hit in the face by an egg hurled from a car.
Man Is Arrested After Taunting Bison at Yellowstone, Park Officials Say

Man Is Arrested After Taunting Bison at Yellowstone, Park Officials Say

A man was caught on video taunting a bison at Yellowstone National Park earlier this week. He was arrested on Thursday at another national park, after a warrant was put out for his arrest.
The Biggest Stories in American Politics This Week

The Biggest Stories in American Politics This Week

There is evidence that Paul Manafort saw the Trump campaign as a way to boost his stature and eventually gain more work for foreign clients.