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A Peace Deal for South Sudan Is Signed. Will It Last?

A Peace Deal for South Sudan Is Signed. Will It Last?

From left: South Sudan’s former vice president, Riek Machar; President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda; President Omar al-Bashir of Sudan; and President Salva Kiir of South Sudan in Khartoum, Sudan, on
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Workers Must Get Radical to Fight Back Against Janus

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Workers Must Get Radical to Fight Back Against Janus

Members of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) at a rally in support of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) union in Chicago last February.
California Today: California Today: Two Major Rulings Ripple Through the State

California Today: California Today: Two Major Rulings Ripple Through the State

Anti-abortion activists celebrated outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday.
Poland Backtracks on Holocaust Law, but Presses Ahead on Judicial Overhaul

Poland Backtracks on Holocaust Law, but Presses Ahead on Judicial Overhaul

Israeli flags were carried between the former death camps of Auschwitz and Birkenau during a Holocaust remembrance march in April.
Trump Backs Softer Restrictions on Chinese Investment

Trump Backs Softer Restrictions on Chinese Investment

A robot on display in Beijing last month. The White House has targeted specific products that it wants to prevent China from dominating, including robotics.
‘Never Do This to a Woman’: Men Harass 2 Sports Reporters at the World Cup

‘Never Do This to a Woman’: Men Harass 2 Sports Reporters at the World Cup

Julieth González Therán, who works for the Spanish language division of the German broadcaster Deutsche Welle, was approached by a man this month while broadcasting live from Moscow.
New York Today: New York Today: Who Won the Primaries

New York Today: New York Today: Who Won the Primaries

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez celebrated with her campaign manger, Alessandra Biaggi, at her victory party in the Bronx on Tuesday night.
Supreme Court, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, World Cup: Your Wednesday Briefing

Supreme Court, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, World Cup: Your Wednesday Briefing

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her supporters in the Bronx on Tuesday night. A 28-year-old political newcomer, she staged one of the most significant Democratic upsets in years.
New Amsterdam Figured Out Religious Tolerance 361 Years Ago

New Amsterdam Figured Out Religious Tolerance 361 Years Ago

An engraving of a Dutch ship being unloaded in New Amsterdam in the 17th century. The efforts by the colony’s governor, Peter Stuyvesant, to prevent Quakers from settling, Russell Shorto writes, are
America’s Trading Partners Are Having Plenty of Fun Without Us

America’s Trading Partners Are Having Plenty of Fun Without Us

Japan’s foreign minister, Fumio Kishida, and the European commissioner for trade, Cecilia Malmstrom, in Brussels last year. In the wake of tariffs, American trading partners are looking to forge
BULLETIN BOARD: Our International Report Becomes a Bit More Modern

BULLETIN BOARD: Our International Report Becomes a Bit More Modern

Azam Ahmed, a New York Times correspondent, reporting from Mexico. Our international desk wants to give readers a sense of being there on the ground with our correspondents.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Red Hen and the Resistance

Op-Ed Columnist: The Red Hen and the Resistance

Sarah Huckabee Sanders entering the White House briefing room last week.
If He Didn’t Kill Anyone, Why Is It Murder?

If He Didn’t Kill Anyone, Why Is It Murder?

Shawn Khalifa, center, with, from left, his sister, nephew and mother. Mr. Khalifa is serving 25 years to life, convicted under the legal doctrine known as the felony murder rule.
In Eastern Europe, U.S. Military Girds Against Russian Might and Manipulation

In Eastern Europe, U.S. Military Girds Against Russian Might and Manipulation

To practice their ability to move quickly in a crisis and sustain themselves along the way, American troops recently drove 950 vehicles about 840 miles from their base in Vilseck, Germany, to a
A Nightmare for Mexico’s Soccer Opponents: More Chuckys On the Way

A Nightmare for Mexico’s Soccer Opponents: More Chuckys On the Way

Gamaliel Omaña, center, and other young recruits practicing at the academy in Pachuca, Mexico, that has minted some of the stars of the national soccer team.