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Walgreens Pharmacist Denies Woman With Unviable Pregnancy the Medication Needed to End It

Walgreens Pharmacist Denies Woman With Unviable Pregnancy the Medication Needed to End It

Nicole Arteaga, a first-grade teacher who lives in Peoria, Ariz., had a Walgreens pharmacist deny her medication that had been prescribed for a failed pregnancy. Her account of the episode on Facebook
Sidebar: He Sold Drugs for $225. Indiana Took His $42,000 Land Rover.

Sidebar: He Sold Drugs for $225. Indiana Took His $42,000 Land Rover.

The Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether the Constitution places restrictions on civil forfeiture laws, which allow states and localities to take and keep property used in crimes.
Donald Trump, Turkey, Kanye West: Your Monday Briefing

Donald Trump, Turkey, Kanye West: Your Monday Briefing

Turkish voters gave President Recep Tayyip Erdogan a decisive victory in national elections on Sunday, lengthening his 15-year grip on power. “The winner is Turkey, the Turkish nation,” he said.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: A Museum That Makes White Liberals See the Horror of White Supremacy

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: A Museum That Makes White Liberals See the Horror of White Supremacy

The names of lynching victims are listed by county on columns hanging at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Ala.
Harvard Is Wrong That Asians Have Terrible Personalities

Harvard Is Wrong That Asians Have Terrible Personalities

Students at the Harvard University commencement in May.
Key Question for Judge in Weinstein Case: Can Other Accusers Testify?

Key Question for Judge in Weinstein Case: Can Other Accusers Testify?

Harvey Weinstein entering State Supreme Court in Manhattan with his lawyer, Benjamin Brafman, this month. Mr. Weinstein pleaded not guilty to sex assault charges.
The Return of Populism, Latin America Style

The Return of Populism, Latin America Style

Supporters of the right-wing candidate Iván Duque celebrated after he won Colombia’s presidential election.

One Chlorine Bomb, Dozens Killed in Syria: How Assad Gassed His Own People

Syrian officials say there wasn’t a chemical attack. But what really took place in the town of Douma in April? We analyzed 67 videos to reconstruct how at least 34 people died in one apartment

What’s the Yield Curve? ‘A Powerful Signal of Recessions’ Has Wall Street’s Attention

The bond market’s yield curve is perilously close to predicting a recession — something it has done with surprising accuracy — and it’s become a big topic on Wall Street.
The Checkup: The Challenges for Doctors Treating Migrant Children Separated From Their Parents

The Checkup: The Challenges for Doctors Treating Migrant Children Separated From Their Parents

Chirlane McCray, the first lady of New York City, spoke at a news conference Thursday on the mental health issues facing children separated from their parents.
Trump Is Saving Germany’s Liberals

Trump Is Saving Germany’s Liberals

Supporters of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, watching the results in the German federal elections last year in Berlin, Germany.
Where Danes Butt Heads (Politely) With Their Leaders

Where Danes Butt Heads (Politely) With Their Leaders

Folkemodet, a political festival, draws Danes of all walks of life to the remote island of Bornholm, Denmark, in June.
Global Health: New York Confronts Rampant Smoking Among Chinese Men

Global Health: New York Confronts Rampant Smoking Among Chinese Men

A cigarette break in New York City’s Chinatown. The city’s health department is aiming an ad campaign at Chinese men who smoke cigarettes to combat soaring rates of lung cancer.
China Extends Lead as Most Prolific Supercomputer Maker

China Extends Lead as Most Prolific Supercomputer Maker

The Sunway TaihuLight supercomputer when it was introduced in Wuxi, China, last December. At the time, it was the fastest computer in the world.