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California Today: California Today: 2 Views of the Judge Persky Recall

California Today: California Today: 2 Views of the Judge Persky Recall

Ana Gabriela Hermosillo joined a demonstration calling for the recall of Santa Clara County Judge Aaron Persky in San Jose in January.
‘Major Disarmament’ Expected in North Korea Within Trump’s First Term, Pompeo Says

‘Major Disarmament’ Expected in North Korea Within Trump’s First Term, Pompeo Says

Commuters in Pyongyang, North Korea’s capital, reading the state-run newspaper Rodong Sinmun on Wednesday. The paper gave prominent coverage to President Trump’s summit meeting with the North’s
Trump-Kim Summit Creates New Anxieties for Asian Allies

Trump-Kim Summit Creates New Anxieties for Asian Allies

American sailors during a joint exercise by the militaries of the United States and South Korea off the coast of Pohang, South Korea, in 2017.
Spain Fires Coach Julen Lopetegui on Eve of World Cup

Spain Fires Coach Julen Lopetegui on Eve of World Cup

Julen Lopetegui during a training session with the Spanish national team this month. He had agreed to become coach of Real Madrid, the reigning European club champions and one of the world’s biggest
Cynthia Nixon’s Education Plan: Ambitious, Progressive, Expensive

Cynthia Nixon’s Education Plan: Ambitious, Progressive, Expensive

Public education has been central to Cynthia Nixon’s campaign for governor of New York.
New York Today: New York Today: A Transgender Refugee’s Journey to Queens

New York Today: New York Today: A Transgender Refugee’s Journey to Queens

Ishalaa Ortega fled violence in Mexico, and found a new life in New York City.
Last March of the ‘Wooden Elephants’: Africa’s Ancient Baobabs Are Dying

Last March of the ‘Wooden Elephants’: Africa’s Ancient Baobabs Are Dying

A baobab tree at Epupa Falls in Namibia. Researchers suspect that Africa's "wooden elephants" are succumbing to prolonged droughts and increasing temperatures, which are parching the trees, leaving
North Korea, AT&T, World Cup: Your Wednesday Briefing

North Korea, AT&T, World Cup: Your Wednesday Briefing

A boys’ soccer team from Bondy, a few miles north of Paris (but a world away). Of the 23 French players going to the World Cup in Russia, eight came from the capital’s low-income suburbs.
Best of Late Night: Colbert Perplexed at Trump’s New Appreciation for Kim Jong-un

Best of Late Night: Colbert Perplexed at Trump’s New Appreciation for Kim Jong-un

Stephen Colbert objected to President Trump’s repeated praise for Kim Jong-un on his trip to Singapore this week.
For Survivors of a 9-Hour Chinese Exam, a Door Opens to America

For Survivors of a 9-Hour Chinese Exam, a Door Opens to America

Family members waiting outside a school in Hangzhou, China, last week on the first day of the gaokao, the university entrance exam.
Feature: The Wounds of the Drone Warrior

Feature: The Wounds of the Drone Warrior

An MQ-9 drone in a sun shade at Creech Air Force Base in Nevada.
Common Sense: AT&T-Time Warner Decision Shows Need to Rethink Antitrust Laws

Common Sense: AT&T-Time Warner Decision Shows Need to Rethink Antitrust Laws

Before the decision on Tuesday allowing Time Warner’s deal with AT&T, there hadn’t been a federal court ruling on a so-called vertical merger since 1979.
3 Key Takeaways From Tuesday’s Primary Results

3 Key Takeaways From Tuesday’s Primary Results

Corey Stewart with supporters at an election night party in Woodbridge, Va.
School’s Closed. Forever.

School’s Closed. Forever.

Isabelle Roske, 13, boarded a bus to get to her middle school in Spring Green, Wis., after dropping off her sister, Lola, at Arena Community Elementary School.
Justice Dept. Watchdog Will Be Tested in Next Chapter of Clinton Investigation Firestorm

Justice Dept. Watchdog Will Be Tested in Next Chapter of Clinton Investigation Firestorm

Michael E. Horowitz, the Justice Department’s inspector general, plans to issue on Thursday a highly anticipated report about the F.B.I.’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
Fed Raises Interest Rates and Sees 2018 Unemployment at 3.6%

Fed Raises Interest Rates and Sees 2018 Unemployment at 3.6%

Jerome Powell, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, in March.

Bitcoin’s Price Was Artificially Inflated Last Year, Researchers Say

A University of Texas team found evidence that a cryptocurrency boom may have been largely due to manipulation.