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Europe Averts a Trade War With Trump. But Can It Trust Him?

Europe Averts a Trade War With Trump. But Can It Trust Him?

President Trump meeting with Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, and other trade officials at the White House on Wednesday.
New Zealand Grants Domestic Violence Victims Paid Leave

New Zealand Grants Domestic Violence Victims Paid Leave

Members of New Zealand’s Parliament voted 63 to 57 on Wednesday to give domestic abuse survivors 10 days paid leave.
Is America Ready for the Mind of Terence Nance?

Is America Ready for the Mind of Terence Nance?

Terence Nance’s new HBO series, “Random Acts of Flyness,” looks at what it’s like to be young and black in the United States.
Nia Wilson Had Big Plans. Then She Was Killed in a BART Station.

Nia Wilson Had Big Plans. Then She Was Killed in a BART Station.

Nia Wilson, 18, was fatally stabbed after getting off a train with her sisters at a Bay Area Rapid Transit station in Oakland, Calif.

Facebook’s Stock Plunge Shatters Faith in Tech Companies’ Invincibility

Roughly $120 billion in wealth was wiped out as Facebook shares fell 19 percent. It was among the largest one-day destruction a company has ever suffered.
California Today: California Today: Ferguson Fire Forces Largest Closing of Yosemite in Decades

California Today: California Today: Ferguson Fire Forces Largest Closing of Yosemite in Decades

The Ferguson Fire, which is encroaching on Yosemite Valley, is just one of some 75 large fires stretching from Oklahoma to Alaska.
‘Amazing Dragon’ Discovery in China Reshapes History of Dinosaurs’ Evolution

‘Amazing Dragon’ Discovery in China Reshapes History of Dinosaurs’ Evolution

An artist’s rendering of Lingwulong shenqi, a newly discovered dinosaur unearthed in northwestern China.
Amazon’s Facial Recognition Wrongly Identifies 28 Lawmakers, A.C.L.U. Says

Amazon’s Facial Recognition Wrongly Identifies 28 Lawmakers, A.C.L.U. Says

An Amazon image showing the company’s facial recognition system identifying Werner Vogels, the company’s chief technology officer.
Trump Says Europe Will Buy More American Gas. Is That Possible?

Trump Says Europe Will Buy More American Gas. Is That Possible?

A liquefied natural gas terminal in Lusby, Md. If Europe had the possibility of importing large amounts of L.N.G. from the United States, or indeed elsewhere, it would lesson the risk that Russia
Mars, Pakistan, Facebook: Your Thursday Briefing

Mars, Pakistan, Facebook: Your Thursday Briefing

Tourists were forced to evacuate Yosemite National Park in California on Wednesday because of an encroaching wildfire. It is one of 75 large blazes that have burned nearly four million acres
For Disabled Subway Riders, the Biggest Challenge Can Be Getting to the Train

For Disabled Subway Riders, the Biggest Challenge Can Be Getting to the Train

Gabriela Amari, using a subway elevator, must take a circuitous route to work because the station she lives near is not accessible. Only about a quarter of the subway’s 472 stations have elevators.
Overlooked No More: Edmonia Lewis, Sculptor of Worldwide Acclaim

Overlooked No More: Edmonia Lewis, Sculptor of Worldwide Acclaim

The 19th century sculptor Edmonia Lewis. The intense focus on her race both frustrated her and fueled her ambition.
In Our ‘Winner-Take-Most’ Economy, the Wealth Is Not Spreading

In Our ‘Winner-Take-Most’ Economy, the Wealth Is Not Spreading

President Trump leaves the Make America Great Again rally at the Four Seasons Arena in Great Falls, Mont. on July 5, 2018.
Art Review: Mushrooms, Magma and Love in a Time of Science

Art Review: Mushrooms, Magma and Love in a Time of Science

“Colossal Octopus,” 1828–1840, by Orra White Hitchcock, one of America’s first female scientific illustrators, on view at the American Folk Art Museum.
New York Today: New York Today: Stanley Kubrick’s New York

New York Today: New York Today: Stanley Kubrick’s New York

Stanley Kubrick, holding his Film Critics Award and sitting with his wife, Christiane, at Sardi’s West during the Film Critics Award dinner.
Did Israel Just Stop Trying to Be a Democracy?

Did Israel Just Stop Trying to Be a Democracy?

An Israeli flag being waved near the Western Wall on Jerusalem Day, May 13.
How Trump Won Re-election in 2020

How Trump Won Re-election in 2020

President Trump at a Make America Great Again rally in Duluth, Minn., on June 20.