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North Korea’s Overture to Jared Kushner

North Korea’s Overture to Jared Kushner

President Trump and Kim Jong-un had a historic summit meeting at a colonial-style island hotel in Singapore.
Shunned by Italy, Migrants at Sea Arrive in Spain

Shunned by Italy, Migrants at Sea Arrive in Spain

The Italian Navy vessel the Dattilo docked shortly before 7 a.m. local time in Valencia, Spain, with about 270 migrants aboard.
Ford Aims to Revive a Detroit Train Station, and Itself

Ford Aims to Revive a Detroit Train Station, and Itself

The historic Michigan Central Station in Detroit's Corktown neighborhood, mostly unused since the last train departed in 1988, is being bought and renovated by Ford Motor.
No, Not All Women Are Democrats

No, Not All Women Are Democrats

Supporters waited to see Republican presidential candidate Donald J. Trump at a campaign rally in Fletcher, N.C., last October.
Chris Hardwick’s AMC Talk Show Yanked After Abuse Allegations

Chris Hardwick’s AMC Talk Show Yanked After Abuse Allegations

The television host Chris Hardwick’s scheduled appearances at Comic-Con and the Kaaboo festival have been canceled. His ex-girlfriend accused him of sexual and emotional abuse.
By Land or by Sea, U.S. Open Golfers Got Creative About Their Lodging

By Land or by Sea, U.S. Open Golfers Got Creative About Their Lodging

Charley Hoffman and his wife, Stacy, with their daughters, Claire, 7, and Katelyn, 4, outside the recreational vehicle where they are living during the United States Open. The R.V. is parked on the
Boston Globe Columnist Suspended After Review Finds Fabrications

Boston Globe Columnist Suspended After Review Finds Fabrications

Kevin Cullen, a columnist for The Boston Globe, in 2013. The newspaper suspended him for three months without pay after a review found he fabricated details about the Boston Marathon bombings.
On Golf: What Was Phil Mickelson Thinking?

On Golf: What Was Phil Mickelson Thinking?

Phil Mickelson reacted to a shot from the fescue on Saturday on the fifth hole at the United States Open.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z Deliver a Surprise Album: ‘Everything Is Love’

Beyoncé and Jay-Z Deliver a Surprise Album: ‘Everything Is Love’

Jay-Z and Beyoncé are currently on a joint stadium tour, “On the Run II.”
White House Confirms That Mulvaney Deputy Is Pick to Lead Consumer Bureau

White House Confirms That Mulvaney Deputy Is Pick to Lead Consumer Bureau

Kathy Kraninger, President Trump’s choice to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, in 2009.
‘Baby Daddy’ Father’s Day Card Pulled From Stores After Criticism

‘Baby Daddy’ Father’s Day Card Pulled From Stores After Criticism

A Father’s Day card that Takeisha Saunders found at a Target store in Dallas last month. She complained on social media about its racial insensitivity, and the card was later pulled from thousands of
Paris Bistros Became Symbols of Resilience. But Are They Unesco Worthy?

Paris Bistros Became Symbols of Resilience. But Are They Unesco Worthy?

Parisians quickly returned to the​ city’s​ cafes after the terrorist attacks of 2015 to prove that their way of life could not be threatened.
Exposures: There Are Good Men Out There

Exposures: There Are Good Men Out There

My husband, Rob, cradling our first newborn son, Ben, in the middle of the night in 2010.
Croatia Tops Nigeria to Take Control of Group D

Croatia Tops Nigeria to Take Control of Group D

Nigeria’s Oghenekaro Etebo scored an own goal to give Croatia a 1-0 lead in the first half of their World Cup match.
How Soccer’s Minnows Got to the World Cup

How Soccer’s Minnows Got to the World Cup

Iceland's Ragnar Sigurdsson celebrated with fans after the team tied Argentina, 1-1, on Saturday in its first World Cup match.
Trump Again Falsely Blames Democrats for His Separation Tactic

Trump Again Falsely Blames Democrats for His Separation Tactic

President Trump this week at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland. He has continued to refuse to publicly accept responsibility for the separation of children from their parents, consistently dissembling
Asian-Americans Face Multiple Fronts in Battle Over Affirmative Action

Asian-Americans Face Multiple Fronts in Battle Over Affirmative Action

The Widener Library at Harvard. The university faces a lawsuit that accuses it of discriminating against Asian-American applicants.
Their Road to Turkey Was Long and Grueling, but the Short Flight Home Was Crueler

Their Road to Turkey Was Long and Grueling, but the Short Flight Home Was Crueler

About 60 Afghan men were being deported aboard a flight to Kabul from Istanbul last month, including Abdul Mohammed, right. They had spent months on a dangerous journey to Turkey, only to be returned