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Massachusetts High School Apologizes After Nazi Quote Is Printed in Yearbook

Massachusetts High School Apologizes After Nazi Quote Is Printed in Yearbook

A Massachusetts high school senior submitted a yearbook quote that has Nazi origins and has been attributed to Joseph Goebbels, the Nazi minister of propaganda.
Just the Fear of a Trade War Is Straining the Global Economy

Just the Fear of a Trade War Is Straining the Global Economy

The ThyssenKrupp steel mill in Duisburg, Germany. At factories from Germany to Mexico, orders are being cut and investments delayed.
Trump’s Plan to Lower Drug Prices Tests Limits of the Law

Trump’s Plan to Lower Drug Prices Tests Limits of the Law

President Trump has unveiled a blueprint to lower drug prices, and some of his ideas envision a larger role for the government.
On Washington: Can the House Speakership Be Saved? These Lawmakers Have an Idea

On Washington: Can the House Speakership Be Saved? These Lawmakers Have an Idea

Potential changes to the speakership would face considerable opposition from party leaders on both sides since the clear intent is to dilute their power in an institution where the speaker wields
Ketamine Used to Subdue Dozens at Request of Minneapolis Police, Report Says

Ketamine Used to Subdue Dozens at Request of Minneapolis Police, Report Says

Minneapolis police officers asked emergency medical responders to use the tranquilizer ketamine to sedate suspects and others who were restrained, The Star Tribune reported.
Ayad Akhtar Gets a European Welcome, With Conditions

Ayad Akhtar Gets a European Welcome, With Conditions

From left, Peter Simonischek, Irina Sulaver, Aenne Schwarz and Philipp Hauss in Ayad Akhtar’s “The Who & the What” in Vienna.
France Passes First World Cup Test. So Does V.A.R.

France Passes First World Cup Test. So Does V.A.R.

France's Paul Pogba after his shot off the crossbar was confirmed as a goal.
Are Genetic Testing Sites the New Social Networks?

Are Genetic Testing Sites the New Social Networks?

Dyan deNapoli's readout prompted new connections and exciting trips.
An Oil Giant Is Taking Big Steps. Saudi Arabia Can’t Afford for It to Slip.

An Oil Giant Is Taking Big Steps. Saudi Arabia Can’t Afford for It to Slip.

The port run by Saudi Arabia’s state oil company, Saudi Aramco, at Ras Tanura. The crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, wants to sell a piece of Aramco to the public as part of his effort to overhaul
Addo Dispatch: Where Female Elephants Without Tusks Roam — and Poachers Stay Away

Addo Dispatch: Where Female Elephants Without Tusks Roam — and Poachers Stay Away

Tuskless elephant cows drinking from a watering hole at Addo elephant park.
The Great Interview Magazine Caper

The Great Interview Magazine Caper

Bob Colacello, Jerry Hall, Andy Warhol, Debbie Harry, Truman Capote and Paloma Picasso party at Studio 54 in honor of Ms. Harry's appearance on the cover of Interview in June 1979.
Glasgow Jewel Goes Up in Flames for Second Time in 4 Years

Glasgow Jewel Goes Up in Flames for Second Time in 4 Years

Firefighters battling a blaze at the Mackintosh Building at the Glasgow School of Art on Saturday. A Scottish fire service spokesman said flames had “consumed” about 50 percent of the building.
Stephen Reid, Gentleman Bank Robber Turned Writer, Dies at 68

Stephen Reid, Gentleman Bank Robber Turned Writer, Dies at 68

Stephen Reid in an undated photo. “It’s not rocket science,” he said of bank robbery. “You don’t have to be Stephen Hawking.”
In the Philippines, Dynamite Fishing Decimates Entire Ocean Food Chains

In the Philippines, Dynamite Fishing Decimates Entire Ocean Food Chains

Preparing the homemade bombs used for illegal fishing. Dynamite fishing destroys both the food chain and the corals where the fish nest and grow.
Jury Awards $45 Million to Woman Struck by Falling Shopping Cart

Jury Awards $45 Million to Woman Struck by Falling Shopping Cart

Marion Hedges had been shopping for Halloween candy at an East Harlem mall in 2011 when two boys, four floors above, dropped a cart on her.
Barred From Stadiums at Home, an Iranian Activist Enters a New World in St. Petersburg

Barred From Stadiums at Home, an Iranian Activist Enters a New World in St. Petersburg

Sara, an Iranian activist, outside the St. Petersburg stadium on Friday where she watched Iran play Morocco.
Will the Justice Department Investigate the Trump Foundation?

Will the Justice Department Investigate the Trump Foundation?

The campaign finance violations charged against the Trump Foundation center on a fund-raiser for veterans’ groups held in Iowa during the 2016 campaign.