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Editorial: Trump and Putin’s Too-Friendly Summit

Editorial: Trump and Putin’s Too-Friendly Summit

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and President Donald Trump hold shake hands at the G20 summit in Hamburg on July 7.
Former ICE Lawyer Who Stole Immigrants’ Identities Gets 4 Years in Prison

Former ICE Lawyer Who Stole Immigrants’ Identities Gets 4 Years in Prison

Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers searching for an undocumented immigrant in New York in April.
Constance Adams, Architect of Space Habitats, Is Dead at 53

Constance Adams, Architect of Space Habitats, Is Dead at 53

Constance Adams with a prototype of TransHab, a module containing living space for space travelers. She helped design it. It would have been attached to the International Space Station but was never
Bank ‘Stress Tests’ Results Clear Way for Wall Street to Reward Investors

Bank ‘Stress Tests’ Results Clear Way for Wall Street to Reward Investors

The Federal Reserve said big banks are strong enough to withstand an economic downturn and can reward shareholders.
Will a Shocker in New York Have a Ripple Effect in Massachusetts?

Will a Shocker in New York Have a Ripple Effect in Massachusetts?

Ayanna Pressley, a Boston city councilwoman challenging an incumbent congressman, speaks at a senior center in Chelsea, Mass., on Wednesday.
California Passes Sweeping Law to Protect Online Privacy

California Passes Sweeping Law to Protect Online Privacy

A new privacy law in California, believed to be the toughest in the United States, gives consumers new rights over their personal data.
Israeli Judge Convicts Man on Charges of Threatening U.S. Jewish Groups

Israeli Judge Convicts Man on Charges of Threatening U.S. Jewish Groups

Michael Ron David Kadar, seated, was convicted in Israel on Thursday of making threats against Jewish organizations in the United States.
Art Review: A George Washington Monument, Rediscovered in Fragile Plaster

Art Review: A George Washington Monument, Rediscovered in Fragile Plaster

Antonio Canova’s “Modello for George Washington (1818),” a plaster version of Washington as a Roman general, at the Frick Collection. A fire destroyed the original marble monument.
Review: ‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ Blends War Movie and Western

Review: ‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ Blends War Movie and Western

Benicio Del Toro in “Sicario: Day of the Soldado.” In this world, his character is both predator and protector.
Review: ‘A Very English Scandal’ Is Very Good. And Scandalous.

Review: ‘A Very English Scandal’ Is Very Good. And Scandalous.

Hugh Grant stars as the British politician Jeremy Thorpe in “A Very English Scandal,” debuting Friday on Amazon Prime Video.

Multiple Fatalities at Capital Gazette Newsroom in Annapolis

A suspect in the shooting is reported to be in police custody.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Cosmic Joke of Donald Trump’s Power

Op-Ed Columnist: The Cosmic Joke of Donald Trump’s Power

Activists rally at the Supreme Court as President Donald Trump prepares to choose a replacement for Justice Anthony Kennedy.
The End of Abortion

The End of Abortion

A demonstration in Pittsburg in 1974.