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Economy Hits a High Note, and Trump Takes a Bow

Economy Hits a High Note, and Trump Takes a Bow

President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence on Friday after Mr. Trump hailed the latest economic data. “Once again, we are the economic envy of the entire world,” he declared.
4 Takeaways From a Long-Term G.D.P. Revision

4 Takeaways From a Long-Term G.D.P. Revision

The global launch of LG’s latest premium smartphone in New York in May.
Twitter Stock Drops After User Numbers Decline

Twitter Stock Drops After User Numbers Decline

Twitter’s higher-than-expected revenue was overshadowed by a fall in its monthly active users.
Delay in Sydney Jail Death Inquest Prolongs Family’s ‘Agonizing Wait’

Delay in Sydney Jail Death Inquest Prolongs Family’s ‘Agonizing Wait’

Friends and relatives of David Dungay Jr. outside the Long Bay Correctional Center in Sydney in 2017.
news analysis: The White House and the Strongman

news analysis: The White House and the Strongman

Waving an Egyptian flag in Tahrir Square in Cairo in 2013 after the military ousted President Mohamed Morsi.
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Has Advice for Mueller on Reading Trump’s Tweets

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Has Advice for Mueller on Reading Trump’s Tweets

Stephen Colbert discussed the news that Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, is starting to consider whether President Trump’s tweets could constitute obstruction of justice.
Pop Culture Gets Radical

Pop Culture Gets Radical

Tessa Thompson as Detroit and Lakeith Stanfield as Cassius Green in "Sorry to Bother You."
Robert Mueller, North Korea, ‘Mission: Impossible’: Your Friday Briefing

Robert Mueller, North Korea, ‘Mission: Impossible’: Your Friday Briefing

An honor guard at an air base in South Korea greeted the arrival of the remains of American servicemen returned by North Korea today.
Frugal Traveler: Berkeley on a Budget

Frugal Traveler: Berkeley on a Budget

Indian Rock Park, in Berkeley, Calif., offers easy bouldering and rewarding vistas at the top.
Corner Office: Dan Schulman of PayPal on Guns, Cash and Getting Punched

Corner Office: Dan Schulman of PayPal on Guns, Cash and Getting Punched

Dan Schulman worked for AT&T, Priceline, Virgin Mobile USA, Sprint and American Express before joining PayPal as its chief executive in 2014.
Top Trump Officials Clash Over Plan to Let Cars Pollute More

Top Trump Officials Clash Over Plan to Let Cars Pollute More

The acting administrator of the E.P.A., Andrew K. Wheeler, has expressed concern that a planned Trump administration rollback of auto-emissions rules might be vulnerable in court.
Sunday Routine: How Natasha Cornstein, C.E.O. of Blushington, Spends Her Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Natasha Cornstein, C.E.O. of Blushington, Spends Her Sundays

“It’s pretty amazing to be able to get your workout in and look at the ocean,” Ms. Cornstein said of her weekend exercise classes at the hotel.
Finding Music in Shakespeare, Suffragists and Mitch McConnell

Finding Music in Shakespeare, Suffragists and Mitch McConnell

Shaina Taub, pictured at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park, is a fiercely political singer-songwriter whose career in musical theater is taking off even as she rues the state of the nation.
As Carr Fire Kills 2 in California, Firefighters Reflect on a Job Now ‘Twice as Violent’

As Carr Fire Kills 2 in California, Firefighters Reflect on a Job Now ‘Twice as Violent’

A firefighter at a home that was destroyed in Redding, Calif., on Friday. Temperatures in the region were predicted to reach 110 degrees.