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Mattis, in South Korea, Affirms ‘Ironclad’ Alliance Despite Halt to Drills

Mattis, in South Korea, Affirms ‘Ironclad’ Alliance Despite Halt to Drills

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and his South Korean counterpart, Song Young-moo, upon his arrival on Thursday at the Defense Ministry in Seoul.
E.U. Reaches Deal on Migration at Summit, but Details Sketchy

E.U. Reaches Deal on Migration at Summit, but Details Sketchy

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany and Alexander Gauland of the far-right party Alternative for Germany, right, at the Parliament in Berlin on Thursday. Representatives of his party heckled her
White Supremacists’ Use of Campus Propaganda Is Soaring, Report Finds

White Supremacists’ Use of Campus Propaganda Is Soaring, Report Finds

Many propaganda posters that are plastered on college campuses by white supremacist groups carry anti-immigrant messages. A new report by the Anti-Defamation League highlighted posters like these from
Australia Approves Sweeping Security Laws Targeting Foreign Interference

Australia Approves Sweeping Security Laws Targeting Foreign Interference

Australia’s attorney general, Christian Porter, told Parliament that the new laws represented the most significant counterintelligence overhaul since the 1970s.
Anthony Kennedy, Immigration, World Cup: Your Thursday Briefing

Anthony Kennedy, Immigration, World Cup: Your Thursday Briefing

Justice Anthony Kennedy, center, has been a crucial vote on the Supreme Court for decades. He announced his retirement on Wednesday.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Don’t Feed the Troll in the Oval Office

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Don’t Feed the Troll in the Oval Office

A Trump supporter put up a sign on her car during a rally in support of the border wall prototypes on March 13 in San Diego.
People of England: Beating Belgium Is Not the Same as Winning Brexit

People of England: Beating Belgium Is Not the Same as Winning Brexit

English and Belgian fans on Wednesday in Gdansk, Poland. From there many planned to take buses to Kaliningrad, Russia, where their teams were to play each other Thursday.
Mexican Soccer Fans’ New Champions: The South Korean Squad

Mexican Soccer Fans’ New Champions: The South Korean Squad

South Korean consul general to Mexico, Byoung-Jin Han, celebrating with grateful Mexican fans outside the Korea embassy in Mexico City, Mexico, Wednesday.
Best of Late Night: Seth Meyers Tries to Persuade Kennedy to Stay on Supreme Court

Best of Late Night: Seth Meyers Tries to Persuade Kennedy to Stay on Supreme Court

Seth Meyers told Anthony Kennedy, “You have a great job where you barely work, you get to wear a robe all day and give your opinions on stuff. That basically is retirement.”
No Need to Hire a Babysitter for These Concerts

No Need to Hire a Babysitter for These Concerts

Katie Stillman plays the violin during a Bach to Baby performance at St. Gabriel’s, Pimlico, in London. The concert series was created by the Chinese-Canadian concert pianist Miaomiao Yu in 2009.
A Growing Brooklyn Fishing Scene, Artisanal Lures Included

A Growing Brooklyn Fishing Scene, Artisanal Lures Included

Kimberly Lee started fishing around the city three years ago. Now she is the Manhattan president of the Brooklyn Fishing Club.
All Over U.S., Local Officials Cancel Deals to Detain Immigrants

All Over U.S., Local Officials Cancel Deals to Detain Immigrants

A protest against family separations in El Paso this week. Local governments around the United States are ending lucrative contracts with federal immigration entities as ire builds over the Trump
Vladimir Jurowski Breaks Molds in London, Berlin and Beyond

Vladimir Jurowski Breaks Molds in London, Berlin and Beyond

Vladimir Jurowski, conducting in Berlin, above, was named the conductor of the year in April at London’s International Opera Awards.
Critic’s Notebook: A Critic Sells Books Down by the Seashore

Critic’s Notebook: A Critic Sells Books Down by the Seashore

The village of Wigtown, in the Dumfries and Galloway region of Scotland.
36 Hours: 36 Hours in Buffalo

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Buffalo

A view of Buffalo, featuring the brightly lit Shea’s Buffalo Theater.
Lens: Remnants of the Disappearing Red Revolution

Lens: Remnants of the Disappearing Red Revolution

The office of the local committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation in Torzhok, Tver Province. First Secretary Olga Volnina sits in front of a portrait of Lenin.
Prizewinning Catalan Architects Are Happy at Biennale’s Margins

Prizewinning Catalan Architects Are Happy at Biennale’s Margins

RCR’s Catalan pavilion, called “Dream and Nature,” features glass disks hung from the pavilion’s ceiling: Text and images are projected on them.