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Departure of Kennedy, ‘Firewall for Abortion Rights,’ Could End Roe v. Wade

Departure of Kennedy, ‘Firewall for Abortion Rights,’ Could End Roe v. Wade

The 1992 March for Women’s Lives was a response to the pending case Casey v. Planned Parenthood, which was seen as a threat to Roe v. Wade.
Netherlands Approves Partial Ban on Face Coverings

Netherlands Approves Partial Ban on Face Coverings

A woman wearing a burqa walked past the Palace of Justice in The Hague in 2014. The Dutch parliament’s Upper House approved on Tuesday a partial ban on face coverings in some public areas, a spokesman
News Analysis: Anthony Kennedy’s Exit May Echo for Generations

News Analysis: Anthony Kennedy’s Exit May Echo for Generations

By replacing the retiring Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, right, President Trump has a chance to cement his legacy by adding another solidly conservative justice to the Supreme Court alongside his first
All Eyes Are on Neymar, but It’s Coutinho Who Is Leading Brazil

All Eyes Are on Neymar, but It’s Coutinho Who Is Leading Brazil

Serbia midfielder Nemanja Matic, left, tackled Philippe Coutinho on Wednesday in Brazil’s 2-0 victory at the World Cup in Moscow.
A Victory for Coral: Unesco Removes Belize Reef From Its Endangered List

A Victory for Coral: Unesco Removes Belize Reef From Its Endangered List

A section of reef off the coast of Belize. The government has imposed a moratorium on oil exploration in the area.
Fans of XXXTentacion React to His Public Memorial on Social Media

Fans of XXXTentacion React to His Public Memorial on Social Media

Fans left notes of appreciation at the rapper XXXTentacion’s memorial.
O.P.C.W., Chemical Weapons Watchdog, Gets Power to Assign Blame

O.P.C.W., Chemical Weapons Watchdog, Gets Power to Assign Blame

Britain’s foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, said the ability to assign blame for chemical weapons use “is crucial if we are going to deter the use of these vile weapons.”
Pompeo Outlines Plans for Global Challenges, Including Venezuela and Palestinian Refugees

Pompeo Outlines Plans for Global Challenges, Including Venezuela and Palestinian Refugees

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, testfying at a Senate hearing on Wednesday, promised to impose additional sanctions on Venezuela.
Kennedy Is Gone. Now Vote.

Kennedy Is Gone. Now Vote.

Judge Neil Gorsuch and Justice Anthony Kennedy during the swearing-in ceremony of Judge Gorsuch to the Supreme Court on April 10, 2017.
A Seismic Change in Predicting How Earthquakes Will Shake Tall Buildings

A Seismic Change in Predicting How Earthquakes Will Shake Tall Buildings

Researchers on Wednesday reported that decades of calculations used to construct tall buildings in earthquake-prone areas like Los Angeles significantly underestimated the shaking expected to occur.
Op-Ed Columnist: America Is Guilty of Neglecting Kids: Our Own

Op-Ed Columnist: America Is Guilty of Neglecting Kids: Our Own

A family in Flint, Mich. Lead in the public water system endangered the health of city residents, particularly children.
We’re About to Find Out How Bad It Will Get Without Justice Kennedy

We’re About to Find Out How Bad It Will Get Without Justice Kennedy

Anthony Kennedy, who announced his retirement on Wednesday after 30 years on the Supreme Court.
Apple and Samsung End Smartphone Patent Wars

Apple and Samsung End Smartphone Patent Wars

Apple and Samsung settled a seven-year legal fight over smartphone patents. The companies did not disclose the settlement amount.
California Banning Soda Taxes? A New Industry Strategy Is Stunning Some Lawmakers

California Banning Soda Taxes? A New Industry Strategy Is Stunning Some Lawmakers

“The soda industry has gone completely rogue,” said Scott Wiener, a state senator.
In Volgograd, It’s Stalin Who Lurks on the Sideline

In Volgograd, It’s Stalin Who Lurks on the Sideline

Joseph Stalin's bust at a museum commemorating the Battle of Stalingrad. Stalin is inescapable in Volgograd.
Lens: The Beat Generation in Its Natural Habitat

Lens: The Beat Generation in Its Natural Habitat

This band, which played in the waterfront loft of painter Maurice Bugeaud, featured Danny Barker on banjo, Kenny Davern on clarinet, Ahmed Abdul-Malik on bass, Walter Bowe on trumpet and Ephie Resnick