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As Greek Wildfire Closed In, a Desperate Dash Ended in Death

As Greek Wildfire Closed In, a Desperate Dash Ended in Death

The steps leading to the sea in Mati, Greece, that the victims of the fire were trying to reach.
Op-Ed Columnist: America First or Trump First?

Op-Ed Columnist: America First or Trump First?

President Trump sat beside President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland, last week.
Novichok Was in a Perfume Bottle, U.K. Victim Says

Novichok Was in a Perfume Bottle, U.K. Victim Says

Investigators last week searched the English park that a poisoning victim visited before she died. British officials have accused Russia of dispatching assassins in a botched attempt to kill a former
1 Hen, 76 Ducklings: What’s the Deal With This Picture?

1 Hen, 76 Ducklings: What’s the Deal With This Picture?

Dozens of common merganser ducklings following Mama on Lake Bemidji in Minnesota.
U.S. Businesses Are Bullish Amid Worldwide Instability

U.S. Businesses Are Bullish Amid Worldwide Instability

Portraits of Office Evolution franchise owners at headquarters in Broomfield, Colo. Rather than global or political issues, “our clients are focused on developing business in their communities,” said
Trump Talks Likes (Tariffs) and Dislikes (Media) in V.F.W. Speech

Trump Talks Likes (Tariffs) and Dislikes (Media) in V.F.W. Speech

President Trump addressed the annual convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars on Tuesday in Kansas City, Mo.
Back to Nicaragua for a Pioneering Photographer of Rebellion

Back to Nicaragua for a Pioneering Photographer of Rebellion

The documentary photographer Susan Meiselas, who gained fame for her gritty, empathetic war coverage in Nicaragua and El Salvador in the 1980s, returned to Managua to cover a march while installing
Popular Grain-Free Dog Foods May Be Linked to Heart Disease

Popular Grain-Free Dog Foods May Be Linked to Heart Disease

Bentley, a golden retriever, with his owners Tracy and Chris Meyer of Phoenix, Md., had been eating a grain-free diet all his life. Last year he went into heart failure but has since recovered.
Critic’s Notebook: Celebrating a Union That Rewired Classical Music

Critic’s Notebook: Celebrating a Union That Rewired Classical Music

David Behrman, a founding member of the experimental music collective Sonic Arts Union, performs his “Runthrough” at Issue Project Room as part of a series of concerts devoted to the union.
Where Guns Go to Be Reincarnated

Where Guns Go to Be Reincarnated

A pile of rifles and other firearms before a "gun melt" last month at a steel mill in St. Paul.
As Gillibrand Pushes Left, Her Economic Agenda Tilts to Populism

As Gillibrand Pushes Left, Her Economic Agenda Tilts to Populism

After President Trump announced his nomination of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand led demonstrators in chants of “Stand against Kavanaugh!” on the courthouse
Lincoln Brower, Champion of the Monarch Butterfly, Dies at 86

Lincoln Brower, Champion of the Monarch Butterfly, Dies at 86

Lincoln Brower in 2006 during a research trip to Mexico, where he studied the migratory life cycle of monarch butterflies.
Several Snack Foods Recalled After Potential Salmonella Risk Identified

Several Snack Foods Recalled After Potential Salmonella Risk Identified

Some Ritz cracker products have been recalled by the snack food company Mondelez International after a whey powder supplier identified a potential salmonella risk.
Pizza Delivery Man Detained by ICE Is Freed by Judge

Pizza Delivery Man Detained by ICE Is Freed by Judge

Protesters used pizza boxes while demonstrating outside federal court in Manhattan, where a hearing was being held in the case of Pablo Villavicencio Calderon, who was arrested by immigration
Two Trump Allies, Seeing Unlimited Opportunity, Instead Drew Scrutiny

Two Trump Allies, Seeing Unlimited Opportunity, Instead Drew Scrutiny

Rick Gates, the former deputy chairman of the Trump campaign, has pleaded guilty in the special counsel investigation into Russian election interference.