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Colombia Emerges From the World Cup Chaos, Booting Senegal

Colombia Emerges From the World Cup Chaos, Booting Senegal

Colombian players celebrate after Yerry Mina's goal in the second half.
U.K. Spies Said to Be Complicit in U.S. Torture of Terrorism Suspects

U.K. Spies Said to Be Complicit in U.S. Torture of Terrorism Suspects

The headquarters of the British Secret Intelligence Service, in London. In hundreds of cases, a report from a committee of Parliament says, agents knew or suspected that detainees were abused, but did
Elated v. Scared: Americans Are Divided on Justice Kennedy’s Retirement

Elated v. Scared: Americans Are Divided on Justice Kennedy’s Retirement

Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, who is retiring, occupied a spot in the middle of the Supreme Court’s ideological spectrum, often providing the deciding vote in closely divided cases.
Amazon to Buy Online Pharmacy PillPack, Jumping Into the Drug Business

Amazon to Buy Online Pharmacy PillPack, Jumping Into the Drug Business

PillPack is an online pharmacy that sorts customers’ medication by the dose.
Top Democrat’s Defeat Throws Party Leadership Into Turmoil

Top Democrat’s Defeat Throws Party Leadership Into Turmoil

The vacuum created by the defeat of Representative Joseph Crowley of New York seemed to only deepen the yearning for a new generation of Democratic leaders.
British Museum Accepts Hundreds of Rare Chinese Ivories as Ban Looms

British Museum Accepts Hundreds of Rare Chinese Ivories as Ban Looms

A figurine of Shouxing, a Chinese deity, one of 556 ivory carvings donated to the British Museum by the Sir Victor Sassoon Chinese Ivories Trust.
Helsinki Summit Meeting Is Set for Trump and Putin

Helsinki Summit Meeting Is Set for Trump and Putin

President Trump and President Vladimir V. Putin met on the sidelines of a Group of 20 meeting in Germany in 2017.
California Today: California Today: Testing a Strategy to Stop New Soda Taxes

California Today: California Today: Testing a Strategy to Stop New Soda Taxes

“The soda industry has gone completely rogue,” said Scott Wiener, a state senator.
Benghazi Attacker Gets 22 Years, Disappointing Prosecutors Who Sought Life

Benghazi Attacker Gets 22 Years, Disappointing Prosecutors Who Sought Life

Ahmed Abu Khattala, a Libyan militant, was sentenced on Wednesday to 22 years in prison in the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya.
Rescue Team in Thailand to Drill Into Cave to Try to Reach Trapped Boys

Rescue Team in Thailand to Drill Into Cave to Try to Reach Trapped Boys

Rescue workers at the Tham Luang Cave complex in Thailand on Thursday, where boys from a youth soccer team and their coach have been trapped since Saturday.
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.