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Grace Notes: From a Convention Center’s Roof, ‘Walk-Off Vegetables’

Grace Notes: From a Convention Center’s Roof, ‘Walk-Off Vegetables’

Alan Steel, the president and chief executive at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan, and Gwen Schantz, the chief operating officer of Brooklyn Grange. Mr. Steel is planning to build a
A Leading Climate Agency May Lose Its Climate Focus

A Leading Climate Agency May Lose Its Climate Focus

A NOAA satellite image of a storm in the Gulf of Mexico on May 26.

Pakistan’s Taliban Names New Leader After U.S. Drone Strike

The new Taliban leader is known for running a brutal extortion racket and promoting violence against health workers across Pakistan.
In a High-Stakes Environmental Whodunit, Many Clues Point to China

In a High-Stakes Environmental Whodunit, Many Clues Point to China

Billboards in Xingfu, China, promoting locally made refrigerators. The city has around 1,700 businesses involved in the production of cooking and refrigeration equipment.
Uber Claims to Have Changed. A London Judge Will Decide.

Uber Claims to Have Changed. A London Judge Will Decide.

An anti-Uber billboard driven around London by the Licensed Taxi Drivers’ Association. Starting Monday, a judge will hear Uber’s appeal of the loss of its operating license in the city.
Donald Hall, a Poet Laureate of the Rural Life, Is Dead at 89

Donald Hall, a Poet Laureate of the Rural Life, Is Dead at 89

Donald Hall in 2006 outside his home in Wilmot, N.H., on a farm that has been in his family for generations.
Colombia Keeps World Cup Hopes Alive While Dashing Poland’s

Colombia Keeps World Cup Hopes Alive While Dashing Poland’s

Radamel Falcao, Colombia’s all-time leading goalscorer, scored his first goal at a World Cup on Sunday against Poland.
‘A Catharsis Sculpture’: An Artist Makes a Monument to Cancer Survivors

‘A Catharsis Sculpture’: An Artist Makes a Monument to Cancer Survivors

Prune Nourry working on her sculpture “The Amazon” at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. She created it in response to her treatment for breast cancer.
Torn Apart by Zero Tolerance, Kept Apart by Red Tape

Torn Apart by Zero Tolerance, Kept Apart by Red Tape

Lidia K. Souza, a Brazilian migrant, and her son Diogo.
Trump Calls for Depriving Immigrants Who Illegally Cross Border of Due Process Rights

Trump Calls for Depriving Immigrants Who Illegally Cross Border of Due Process Rights

President Trump returning to the White House after a Sunday outing at the Trump National Golf Club.
Erdogan’s Victory in Turkey Election Expands His Powers

Erdogan’s Victory in Turkey Election Expands His Powers

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey at a polling station in Istanbul on Sunday.
‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Is No. 1, but Not Quite as Mighty

‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Is No. 1, but Not Quite as Mighty

Chris Pratt in “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” which has now taken in about $711.5 million worldwide.
New Emails Suggest Scott Pruitt Discussed Hiring a Friend of Lobbyist Landlord

New Emails Suggest Scott Pruitt Discussed Hiring a Friend of Lobbyist Landlord

Scott Pruitt, the Environmental Protection Agency administrator, at the White House on Thursday. New emails contradict his statements about his ties to a lobbyist couple.
Bernie Sanders Is Winning Converts. But Primary Victories Remain Elusive.

Bernie Sanders Is Winning Converts. But Primary Victories Remain Elusive.

Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, left, faces his own test: the power of his endorsement to influence elections.
When the Actors Are Students, and They’re Armed

When the Actors Are Students, and They’re Armed

Alexandria Celia, center, used a squirt gun painted black in “Miss Saigon” at Somerset Berkley Regional High in Massachusetts.
White House Memo: Postcards From Another Era: Obama Team Memoirs Flood the Stores

White House Memo: Postcards From Another Era: Obama Team Memoirs Flood the Stores

Barack Obama leaving the Oval Office for the last time as president in 2017. Since he left office, his aides have released a blitz of about two dozen memoirs of their time in the White House.
Prince William Lands in Jordan for ‘Historic’ Middle East Trip

Prince William Lands in Jordan for ‘Historic’ Middle East Trip

Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II, center, welcomed Prince William in Amman, Jordan, on Sunday.
Japan and Senegal Control World Cup Fates After Draw

Japan and Senegal Control World Cup Fates After Draw

Takashi Inui scores in the first half against Senegal.
China Moves to Shore Up Economy as Slowdown and Trade Fight Loom

China Moves to Shore Up Economy as Slowdown and Trade Fight Loom

The headquarters of the People’s Bank of China. The central bank freed up more than $100 billion for lending, albeit with strict limits.