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Overlooked No More: Amrita Sher-Gil, an Artist Known as the Indian Frida Kahlo

Overlooked No More: Amrita Sher-Gil, an Artist Known as the Indian Frida Kahlo

With her style and her emphasis on women, Amrita Sher-Gil became known as the “Indian Frida Kahlo.”
White House Memo: In Trump’s America, the Conversation Turns Ugly and Angry, Starting at the Top

White House Memo: In Trump’s America, the Conversation Turns Ugly and Angry, Starting at the Top

The politics of rage that animated President Trump’s political rise now dominate the national conversation.
Republicans Dislike Separating Families. But They Like ‘Zero Tolerance’ More.

Republicans Dislike Separating Families. But They Like ‘Zero Tolerance’ More.

Representative Will Hurd, right, a Texas Republican, said he heard from many voters who were upset about the Trump administration’s policy of separating undocumented migrant children from parents.

‘We’re Sending Them the Hell Back,’ Trump Says of Securing the Country’s Borders

President Trump turned his attention to the midterm battle that awaits Republicans here: Minnesota is one of the most important states in the fight for control of Congress.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump Wasn’t First to Separate Families, but Policy Was Still Evil

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump Wasn’t First to Separate Families, but Policy Was Still Evil

At left, a Jewish boy with his family surrendering to Nazi soldiers in 1943. At right, a Honduran boy and his father seeking asylum were taken into custody last week near Mission, Tex., a border town.
Apple Plans to Stream Children’s Shows From Sesame Workshop

Apple Plans to Stream Children’s Shows From Sesame Workshop

Apple’s chief executive, Timothy D. Cook, at its conference for developers this month. With 15 new series announced, the tech giant is getting closer to its streaming future.
A Moral Outrage We Must Not Tolerate

A Moral Outrage We Must Not Tolerate

Central American asylum seekers being taken into custody by Border Patrol agents near McAllen, Tex., last week.
Op-Ed Columnist: The King and Queen of Cruelty

Op-Ed Columnist: The King and Queen of Cruelty

The Trumps preparing to greet King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain on Tuesday.
National Enquirer Executives Said to Be Subpoenaed in Cohen Investigation

National Enquirer Executives Said to Be Subpoenaed in Cohen Investigation

David J. Pecker, chairman of American Media, which publishes The National Enquirer. He and Dylan Howard, American Media’s chief content officer, were subpoenaed by federal prosecutors in New York,
Trump’s Executive Order on Family Separation, Explained

Trump’s Executive Order on Family Separation, Explained

Immigrant children who are being housed in a tent encampment in Tornillo, Tex. The Trump administration has decided not to try to reunite children and parents who have already been separated.
‘First Reformed’ Asks, Can God Forgive Us? Its Director Has an Answer

‘First Reformed’ Asks, Can God Forgive Us? Its Director Has an Answer

“First Reformed” asks: Can God forgive us? Paul Schrader, the writer-director, says, “The secular answer is he has to; that’s why we made him.”
Trump Tells Republicans Not to Undercut Him on ZTE

Trump Tells Republicans Not to Undercut Him on ZTE

ZTE, a Chinese telecom company, is accused of violating American sanctions.
Newly Discovered ‘Limb Pit’ Reveals Civil War Surgeons’ Bitter Choices

Newly Discovered ‘Limb Pit’ Reveals Civil War Surgeons’ Bitter Choices

A field technician excavating the remains of an amputated limb at Manassas National Battlefield Park in October 2015. The discovery of two nearly complete sets of soldiers’ remains, 11 partial limbs
Is There a Smarter Path to Artificial Intelligence? Some Experts Hope So

Is There a Smarter Path to Artificial Intelligence? Some Experts Hope So

Benjamin Grosof is the chief scientist at Kyndi, a Silicon Valley start-up that is using a decades-old programming language to develop software that can generate facts, concepts and inferences from
Trump’s Ace in the Hole in Trade War: A Strong Economy

Trump’s Ace in the Hole in Trade War: A Strong Economy

Consumer spending has rebounded after a soft start this year. Retail sales jumped 0.8 percent in May, double what analysts had forecast.
Thursday’s Summer Solstice and the Search for Life in the Galaxy

Thursday’s Summer Solstice and the Search for Life in the Galaxy

An artist’s rendering of an Earthlike exoplanet orbiting another. Scientists haven’t been able to measure an exoplanet’s tilt yet, but some suspect that a planet’s tilt is key to supporting life.
Trump Will Meet Queen Elizabeth II Next Month, His Ambassador Says

Trump Will Meet Queen Elizabeth II Next Month, His Ambassador Says

Queen Elizabeth II in London this month. As Britain’s head of state, she meets with foreign leaders frequently at the behest of her ministers.