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A Leader in the War on Poverty Opens a New Front: Pollution

A Leader in the War on Poverty Opens a New Front: Pollution

The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II at the Shiloh Baptist Church in Greensboro, N.C. He says “ecological devastation” is a major concern for the nation’s poor.
No Saudi Aramco I.P.O.? No Problem, Potentially, for Saudi Arabia’s Investment Dreams

No Saudi Aramco I.P.O.? No Problem, Potentially, for Saudi Arabia’s Investment Dreams

An employee walks away from a Saudi Aramco oil tank. The company could still feature in Saudi Arabia’s investment vision.
Troy Balderson, Ohio Republican, Wins Special Election for House Seat

Troy Balderson, Ohio Republican, Wins Special Election for House Seat

Troy Balderson, a Republican state senator in Ohio running for a House seat, was endorsed by President Trump and Gov. John Kasich.
Trump Asks Pompeo to Cancel North Korea Trip, Pointing to Stalled Diplomacy

Trump Asks Pompeo to Cancel North Korea Trip, Pointing to Stalled Diplomacy

President Trump said he had asked Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state, to cancel next week’s trip to North Korea.
Tennis Has Become a Presence in Brooklyn’s Housing Projects

Tennis Has Become a Presence in Brooklyn’s Housing Projects

Katelynn Espinosa raised the trophy after her team won a public-housing tennis tournament last month.
My WORKOUT: How One Silicon Valley C.E.O. Masters Work-Life Balance

My WORKOUT: How One Silicon Valley C.E.O. Masters Work-Life Balance

Chris O’Neill, the chief executive of Evernote, with his battle ropes.
Will Art Become a Casualty of the U.S.-China Trade War?

Will Art Become a Casualty of the U.S.-China Trade War?

A painting by Zhang Xiaogang that is to be included in an exhibition at the Pace Gallery in New York in September. As a work originating in China, it could eventually be subject to new tariffs.
Zazie Beetz on ‘Atlanta,’ Her Emmy Nomination and Impostor Syndrome

Zazie Beetz on ‘Atlanta,’ Her Emmy Nomination and Impostor Syndrome

Zazie Beetz received her first Emmy nomination, for her work in “Atlanta” on FX.
Lazy Lester, Luminary of Swamp Blues, Is Dead at 85

Lazy Lester, Luminary of Swamp Blues, Is Dead at 85

The singer, harmonica player and guitarist Lazy Lester in 1988.
Robin Leach, 76, ‘Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous’ Host, Dies

Robin Leach, 76, ‘Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous’ Host, Dies

Robin Leach with an unidentified imitator in an undated photo. With his distinctive, British-accented voice and exuberant, exclamation-point delivery, he was widely recognized and just as widely
Lens: ‘My Moms Never Tried to Hide the Fact That We Were a Family’

Lens: ‘My Moms Never Tried to Hide the Fact That We Were a Family’

Marty, left, and Angie, Katie Swanger’s two mothers, reading in bed on a Sunday morning.
Thomas Frieden, Former Head of C.D.C., Arrested on Groping Charge

Thomas Frieden, Former Head of C.D.C., Arrested on Groping Charge

Thomas R. Frieden leaving Brooklyn Criminal Court on Friday, after being arraigned on charges of groping a woman.
Kremlin Sources Go Quiet, Leaving C.I.A. in the Dark About Putin’s Plans for Midterms

Kremlin Sources Go Quiet, Leaving C.I.A. in the Dark About Putin’s Plans for Midterms

Vital C.I.A. informants in or close to the Kremlin have largely gone silent ahead of November’s midterm elections, American officials said.
Stormy Daniels, Feminist Hero

Stormy Daniels, Feminist Hero

Stormy Daniels signed autographs at an adult entertainment store in West Hollywood, California in May.
When Trump Made an Appearance at Cuomo’s Bachelor Party: The Untold Story of Their Ties

When Trump Made an Appearance at Cuomo’s Bachelor Party: The Untold Story of Their Ties

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo with Donald J. Trump during a ceremony at the National September 11 Memorial, in New York on Sept. 11, 2016. “We get along very well,” Mr. Trump explained in a radio interview
Your Money Adviser: Retirement Planning in High School? It’s Never Too Early, Experts Say

Your Money Adviser: Retirement Planning in High School? It’s Never Too Early, Experts Say

August can be a good time to talk with teenagers about long-term savings using a Roth I.R.A., advisers say, as they may have earned money from summer jobs.