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Sarah Huckabee Sanders Was Asked to Leave Restaurant Over White House Work

Sarah Huckabee Sanders Was Asked to Leave Restaurant Over White House Work

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, this month at the Rose Garden. Her encounter at a Virginia restaurant is the third time this past week in which a Trump administration official
Saudis, Saying They Heard Price Complaints, Are Raising Oil Production

Saudis, Saying They Heard Price Complaints, Are Raising Oil Production

Khalid al-Falih, the Saudi energy minister, before the start of the meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries on Friday.
Is the Border in Crisis? ‘We’re Doing Fine, Quite Frankly,’ a Border City Mayor Says

Is the Border in Crisis? ‘We’re Doing Fine, Quite Frankly,’ a Border City Mayor Says

A Border Patrol vehicle parked near the border fence in Brownsville, Tex. While President Trump has cited an immigration “crisis,” Brownsville officials disagree.
Love Story: Mexico Wins Again and Its Fans Roar for the Coach

Love Story: Mexico Wins Again and Its Fans Roar for the Coach

South Korea’s Kim Young-gwon reacted after Mexico scored its second goal on Saturday.
As Critics Assail Trump, His Supporters Dig In Deeper

As Critics Assail Trump, His Supporters Dig In Deeper

Supporters cheered for President Trump during a campaign rally in Duluth, Minn., on Wednesday.
Telemundo Has a Big Goal: Win the World Cup

Telemundo Has a Big Goal: Win the World Cup

Telemundo’s new $250 million headquarters in Miami reflects the Spanish-language network’s ambition to topple the market leader, Univision, in part with sports programming.
Cairo Dispatch: Even With Mo Salah in the World Cup, Egypt Can’t Seem to Catch a Break

Cairo Dispatch: Even With Mo Salah in the World Cup, Egypt Can’t Seem to Catch a Break

A coffee shop in Cairo featured a mural of Mohamed Salah, Egypt’s star striker who has become a national hero.
Katie Arrington, South Carolina Candidate Who Beat Mark Sanford, Is Seriously Hurt in Crash

Katie Arrington, South Carolina Candidate Who Beat Mark Sanford, Is Seriously Hurt in Crash

Katie Arrington, who defeated Mark Sanford, a former governor of South Carolina who was once seen as a possible candidate for president, was seriously injured in a car crash on Friday night, her
What a Trade War With China Looks Like on the Front Lines

What a Trade War With China Looks Like on the Front Lines

President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping of China at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing last year.
U.S. Open Will Revamp Its Seeding to Account for Pregnancy Leaves

U.S. Open Will Revamp Its Seeding to Account for Pregnancy Leaves

Despite her Open-era record of 23 Grand Slam singles titles, Serena Williams was unseeded at this year’s French Open. Williams gave birth to her daughter, Olympia, in September and endured severe
A Space Force? The Idea May Have Merit, Some Say

A Space Force? The Idea May Have Merit, Some Say

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has said that he does not want to add “additional organizational and administrative tail” to the military.
The Positive Death Movement Comes to Life

The Positive Death Movement Comes to Life

Melissa Dodd, during a course called the “Art of Death Midwifery,” takes her turn in the shroud.
75 Percent of Americans Say Immigration Is Good for Country, Poll Finds

75 Percent of Americans Say Immigration Is Good for Country, Poll Finds

A newspaper salesman in front of the entry to the United States from Nogales, Mexico. Many Americans view immigration as a top concern ahead of this fall’s midterm elections.
Belgium Makes a Statement With Rout of Tunisia

Belgium Makes a Statement With Rout of Tunisia

Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku scored his second goal of the match to give his side a 3-1 lead over Tunisia on Saturday.
Explosion Hits Rally for Ethiopian Leader

Explosion Hits Rally for Ethiopian Leader

The aftermath of a blast at a rally for Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, on Saturday. Several people were injured after someone tossed a grenade.
Kim Jong-pil, Political Kingmaker in South Korea, Dies at 92

Kim Jong-pil, Political Kingmaker in South Korea, Dies at 92

Kim Jong-pil, pictured in 1997, was one of the so-called Three Kims who dominated South Korean politics for decades. The other two were presidents, both of whom he helped bring to power.
Entrepreneurship: With the Slice App, Local Pizzerias Get a Bigger Piece of the Market

Entrepreneurship: With the Slice App, Local Pizzerias Get a Bigger Piece of the Market

At first, Ilir Sela steered away from the family business: pizzerias. But now he is building a national online delivery platform, Slice, focused on mom-and-pop pizza shops.
Luka Doncic Feels the Burn of the Spotlight — and the Thrill

Luka Doncic Feels the Burn of the Spotlight — and the Thrill

Luka Doncic may have been the most hyped player in Thursday night’s N.B.A. draft. The frenzy of his first few hours as a Dallas Maverick would suggest so.