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Crowds, Stoked by Trump’s Rhetoric, Increase Their Ire Toward the Press

Crowds, Stoked by Trump’s Rhetoric, Increase Their Ire Toward the Press

Supporters of President Trump yelled at Jim Acosta, a CNN White House correspondent, during a rally in Tampa, Fla., on Tuesday night. News organizations are anticipating an unnerving autumn with many
The ‘Metsiest’ Mets Loss Ever

The ‘Metsiest’ Mets Loss Ever

It was that kind of night for Steven Matz and the Mets on Tuesday. He failed to last an inning in a 25-4 loss.
‘God, Come to Our Aid’: Survivors Describe Mexico Plane Crash

‘God, Come to Our Aid’: Survivors Describe Mexico Plane Crash

Red Cross workers and rescue workers carried an injured person on a stretcher, right, after an Aeromexico airliner crashed in a field near the airport in Durango, Mexico, on Tuesday.
News Analysis: Facebook Grapples With a Maturing Adversary in Election Meddling

News Analysis: Facebook Grapples With a Maturing Adversary in Election Meddling

A Facebook page called “Ancestral Wisdom” that was created by a suspicious group posted an image of a dark-skinned girl with the caption, “Black girls don’t have to be mixed to be beautiful.”
Faced With Crippling Sanctions, ZTE Loaded Up on Lobbyists

Faced With Crippling Sanctions, ZTE Loaded Up on Lobbyists

An office building for the telecommunications company ZTE in Beijing. The Trump administration had imposed the ban on the company in April as punishment for failing to take action after it was found
Urban Meyer Placed on Paid Leave at Ohio State Following New Allegations

Urban Meyer Placed on Paid Leave at Ohio State Following New Allegations

Urban Meyer, the Ohio State Buckeyes’ football coach, is being investigated by the university over allegations that he knew a former assistant coach had been accused of domestic abuse in 2015.
Trump Finally Picks a Science Adviser. And Scientists? They Seem Relieved.

Trump Finally Picks a Science Adviser. And Scientists? They Seem Relieved.

Kelvin Droegemeier is a meteorologist and Oklahoma’s secretary of science and technology.
Green Party, Eyeing the 2020 Presidential Race, Prepares for the Midterms

Green Party, Eyeing the 2020 Presidential Race, Prepares for the Midterms

Green party candidates took photos at the party's annual national meeting in Salt Lake City in mid-July. Party leaders said they expected to field at least 224 candidates for a variety of offices in
Trump Says You Need an ID to Buy Groceries. Shoppers Say, ‘Huh?’

Trump Says You Need an ID to Buy Groceries. Shoppers Say, ‘Huh?’

President Trump on Tuesday at a rally in Tampa, Fla., where he said, “If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card. You need ID.”
A Poem in The Nation Spurs a Backlash and an Apology

A Poem in The Nation Spurs a Backlash and an Apology

Anders Carlson-Wee at a seminar in New Hampshire in January. His poem in The Nation drew backlash for its use of black vernacular and led to an apology from the magazine’s poetry editors.
Afraid? Weak? Egotistical? Attack!

Afraid? Weak? Egotistical? Attack!

President Trump arriving in Florida for a campaign rally.
Pennsylvania Diocese Orders Removal of Former Bishops’ Names From Church Buildings

Pennsylvania Diocese Orders Removal of Former Bishops’ Names From Church Buildings

Bishop Ronald Gainer, center, has ordered that the names of former bishops dating back to the 1940s be removed from church buildings, schools and halls in the Harrisburg, Pa., diocese.
Documents Shed Light on the Life and Death of Thurman Munson

Documents Shed Light on the Life and Death of Thurman Munson

Catcher Thurman Munson was a cornerstone of the great Yankees teams in the 1970s. He was also the team’s captain.
Deadly Ebola Strikes Anew, a Week After Previous Outbreak Was Extinguished

Deadly Ebola Strikes Anew, a Week After Previous Outbreak Was Extinguished

Health workers near Mbandaka, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, in June. An outbreak there was declared over last week, only to be followed by a new one 1,500 miles away.
Illinois Lawmaker Resigns After Ex-Girlfriend Says He Used Her Nude Photos to ‘Catfish’ Men

Illinois Lawmaker Resigns After Ex-Girlfriend Says He Used Her Nude Photos to ‘Catfish’ Men

State Representative Nick Sauer, Republican of Illinois, was accused of posting nude photographs of his ex-girlfriend on Instagram, according to a report in Politico. She accused him of doing so to
Parisian Woman Stood Up to Her Harasser, and Then He Hit Her, She Says

Parisian Woman Stood Up to Her Harasser, and Then He Hit Her, She Says

A surveillance video showed Marie Laguerre, seen at left wearing red, being struck during an encounter with a man she said had harassed her.
Overlooked No More: Clara Lemlich Shavelson, Crusading Leader of Labor Rights

Overlooked No More: Clara Lemlich Shavelson, Crusading Leader of Labor Rights

Clara Lemlich Shavelson led a labor movement dominated by men. She was a pioneer of the type of consumer boycotts and feminist thinking that exists today.
The Best TV Shows and Movies New to Netflix, Amazon and More in August

The Best TV Shows and Movies New to Netflix, Amazon and More in August

Clockwise from top left, scenes from “Disenchantment,” “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” and “Shaun of the Dead.”