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Entrepreneurship: With the Slice App, Local Pizzerias Get a Bigger Piece of the Market

Entrepreneurship: With the Slice App, Local Pizzerias Get a Bigger Piece of the Market

At first, Ilir Sela steered away from the family business: pizzerias. But now he is building a national online delivery platform, Slice, focused on mom-and-pop pizza shops.
Luka Doncic Feels the Burn of the Spotlight — and the Thrill

Luka Doncic Feels the Burn of the Spotlight — and the Thrill

Luka Doncic may have been the most hyped player in Thursday night’s N.B.A. draft. The frenzy of his first few hours as a Dallas Maverick would suggest so.
The Look: ‘I Have to Be Open’

The Look: ‘I Have to Be Open’

Marsalina, a member of the Big Mama Fountain in Bissau, prepares for a night out. The Big Mamas are a tightknit group of friends for whom gender and sexuality are fluid concepts.
Young Urban Birders, Open Your Hearts to the Treetops!

Young Urban Birders, Open Your Hearts to the Treetops!

Members of the Feminist Bird Club tried to find as many species as they could on May 5.
Growing Up Getty

Growing Up Getty

From left, Ariadne Getty and her children, Nats and August, at Ariadne’s home in Beverly Hills, Calif.
When an Iowa Family Doctor Takes On the Opioid Epidemic

When an Iowa Family Doctor Takes On the Opioid Epidemic

Dr. Nicole Gastala, with a young patient in Marshalltown, Iowa, regularly prescribes Suboxone, a medication that suppresses cravings and withdrawal symptoms in people with opioid addiction.
On Family Separation, Federal Workers Often Agonized Over Enforcement

On Family Separation, Federal Workers Often Agonized Over Enforcement

The Paso del Norte International bridge between the United States and Mexico.
Amazon, the Brand Buster

Amazon, the Brand Buster

Amazon has roughly 100 private label brands for sale on its huge online marketplace, of which more than five dozen have been introduced in the past year alone.
Seven Ways Alabama Has Made It Harder to Vote

Seven Ways Alabama Has Made It Harder to Vote

A polling place in Dothan, Ala., in December. Alabama has enacted a series of restrictive voting policies since the Supreme Court opened the floodgates.
The Trump Appointee Who’s an Addiction Specialist

The Trump Appointee Who’s an Addiction Specialist

Dr. Elinore McCance-Kantz, who directs the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, helped design training for doctors who want to prescribe buprenorophine for opioid addiction.
Rachel Campos-Duffy Says Some Blacks Find Immigration Centers ‘Better Than’ Public Housing

Rachel Campos-Duffy Says Some Blacks Find Immigration Centers ‘Better Than’ Public Housing

Rachel Campos-Duffy (above, in 2013) said on Thursday that “some African-Americans” found immigration detention centers preferable to housing projects.
Dick Leitsch, Whose ‘Sip-In’ Was a Gay Rights Milestone, Dies at 83

Dick Leitsch, Whose ‘Sip-In’ Was a Gay Rights Milestone, Dies at 83

After pouring their drinks, a bartender at Julius’ in the West Village refused to continue to serve participants in a “sip-in” protest in 1966 after they told him they were gay. The bartender placed
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump Arms an Adversary

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump Arms an Adversary

Turkey took delivery of its first F-35 fighter jet in Fort Worth on Thursday.
Why Are Parents Bringing Their Children on Treacherous Treks to the U.S. Border?

Why Are Parents Bringing Their Children on Treacherous Treks to the U.S. Border?

Miriam, a Guatemalan asylum seeker with her son Franco at Casa Alitas, a private shelter that provides temporary housing in Tucson, Ariz.
In New York, Even a Count of Separated Children Proves Elusive

In New York, Even a Count of Separated Children Proves Elusive

Children wearing masks at Cayuga Centers in East Harlem. The agency has 243 separated children in its care, the mayor said, the most of any group in the state.
The Tragedy That Changed Mexico Forever

The Tragedy That Changed Mexico Forever

Demonstrators in Mexico City in April carried photographs of the students who vanished in 2014.
Thousands of Bourbon Barrels Come Crashing Down in Kentucky

Thousands of Bourbon Barrels Come Crashing Down in Kentucky

Warehouse No. 30 on the Barton 1792 Distillery campus in Bardstown, Ky., partly collapsed on Friday. About 9,000 barrels were amid the rubble.