McConnell, in Private, Doubts if Trump Can Save Presidency
The relationship between President Trump and Senator Mitch McConnell has disintegrated to the point that the men are no longer on speaking terms.
Trump Outlines New Afghanistan War Strategy With Few Details
The president embraced deepened American involvement in a nearly 16-year-old war, but he did not say how many troops would be committed or how he would judge success.
Phoenix, Afghanistan, Louise Linton: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing
Hereâs what you need to know at the end of the day.
Asia and Australia Edition: Instant Divorce, North Korea, Afghanistan: Your Wednesday Briefing
Hereâs what you need to know to start your day.
California Today: California Today: Berkeleyâs New Chancellor and a âFree Speech Yearâ
Tuesday: Talking to U.C. Berkeleyâs new chancellor, a shake-up at The Los Angeles Times, and your eclipse photos.
What to Know Ahead of Trumpâs Rally in Arizona
President Trumpâs visit to Phoenix on Tuesday â for his first rally since his comments on Charlottesville, Va. â could draw thousands of protesters.
Trump Meets Border Patrol Officials Before Rally in Arizona
The trip is meant to highlight the presidentâs crackdown on illegal immigration, but Mr. Trump is not expected to pardon a former sheriff who served as an avatar for that mission.
Trump a âMoral Dilemmaâ for Black Republicans After Charlottesville
President Trumpâs equivocation on a racist rally has strained ties to even his most ardent African-American supporters who have turned outspoken critics.
âThe Lees Are Complexâ: Descendants Grapple With Rebel Generalâs Legacy
Even within the family of Robert E. Lee, there are divisions over what should be done about Confederate monuments and what their ancestor stands for now.
Divers Find Remains in Search of U.S. Navy Ship Damaged in Collision
Ten sailors have been missing since the Navy destroyer John S. McCain collided with an oil tanker on Monday near Singapore.
Naval Collision Adds to Fears About U.S. Decline in Asia
Images of a damaged U.S. Navy destroyer come as Americaâs allies have grown concerned that the Trump administrationâs actions provide an opening for China.
Apple Scales Back Its Ambitions for a Self-Driving Car
The tech giant was going to build its own self-driving car. Now it is sticking to the underlying technology and testing it in an employee shuttle service.
2 Barcelona Suspects Are Charged With Terrorism Offenses
Court officials told the Spanish news media that at least one of the suspects had confirmed that the cell had planned a larger attack.
After 62 Years and Many Battles, Village Voice to End Print Publication
The owner of the weekly said its audience has moved online and expects daily publication in various media, rather than a weekly edition.
Deadly Earthquake Hits Italian Island of Ischia
The temblor caused significant damage to the towns of Casamicciola and Lacco Ameno, where two people were killed after some buildings crumbled.
Russia Detains Theater Director, Adding to Fears of a Crackdown
Kirill S. Serebrennikov leads the Gogol Center, one of the most prominent and progressive artistic venues in Moscow.
Commuter Train Crashes Into Parked Train, Injuring Dozens
A one-car commuter train crashed into a parked train at a suburban Philadelphia terminal early Tuesday, buckling the floors of both cars and injuring more than 30 passengers, authorities said.
Around the World in Seven Markets
In 360 video, sample the goods at markets from Marrakesh to London.
Your Daily Mini Crossword
Solve a bite-size crossword in just a few minutes.
Tillerson Suggests North Korea May Soon Be Ready for Talks
Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson went out of his way to compliment Pyongyang for a two-week pause in missile tests even as new sanctions were announced.
16 Years of War in Afghanistan, in Pictures
Photographs chronicle a war that has vexed three presidencies and outlasted a dozen military commanders, and there is no end in sight.
What an Afghanistan Victory Looks Like Under the Trump Plan
The mantra has long been that peace is the only solution in Afghanistan. But the Taliban, more tenacious after 16 years, is showing no interest.
Trumpâs Request for Indiaâs Help in Afghanistan Rattles Pakistan
Military and intelligence officials in Islamabad said the new U.S. strategy might worsen relations between the countries.
Angry Trump Grilled His Generals About Troop Increase, Then Gave In
The president, who had called for American withdrawal from Afghanistan before he took office, in the end accepted a âbig militaryâ approach as the only viable option.
Itâs a Diverse City, but Most Big Museum Boards Are Strikingly White
A Times survey of New York City museums reveals that the lack of diversity starts at the top â with the board.
Indiaâs Supreme Court Strikes Down âInstant Divorceâ for Muslims
Until now, Muslim men in the country could end their marriage by saying the Arabic word âtalaqâ three times. Women had no such right.
Tay-K Was a 17-Year-Old âViolent Fugitive.â Then His Song Went Viral.
The knotty back story of âThe Race,â one of the summerâs fastest growing songs, is unlike any other viral hit.
U.S. Soldier Who Defected to North Korea in 1962 Has Died, His Sons Say
James Dresnok, whose North Korean-born sons say he died in November, crossed the Demilitarized Zone in 1962.
Divisive Monuments? Put Them All in a Taiwan Park
Thousands of statues of a former dictator were erected across Taiwan. Getting rid of them hasnât been easy.
Martin Shkreli Was âHis Own Worst Enemy,â Juror Says
The jury thought Mr. Shkreli committed fraud, a juror said, but did not find âthat he had the intent and purposeâ to cause anyone to lose money.
Critic's Notebook: In the Berkshires, Musicals With Ambitions Not Always Realized
An experimental âMusic Manâ gets into trouble with a capital T, while a straightforward âCompanyâ gleams and a complicated âLegendary Romanceâ fades.
Roger Goodell Said to Be in Line for New Five-Year N.F.L. Contract
League owners appear satisfied enough with Commissioner Roger Goodellâs stewardship of the league to give him an extension.
Ohio Judge Returns Fire After He Is Ambushed on Way to Court
The judge was injured and airlifted to a Pittsburgh hospital where he had surgery and was expected to survive.
After Big Ben Rings Out, the Sound of Silence in London
Britainâs most famous bell will be largely quiet for the next four years while the tower in which it is housed is renovated.
James Murphy Wants to Justify LCD Soundsystemâs Existence (Again)
Six years after a dramatic farewell, the New York hipster rock star is back with a new album and an explanation.
Venezuela Cancels Gustavo Dudamel Tour After His Criticisms
Stung by Mr. Dudamelâs recent statements, the Venezuelan government called off his concerts next month with the National Youth Orchestra of Venezuela.
Alice Waters on Sex, Drugs and Sustainable Agriculture
In a memoir, the chef who pioneered farm-to-table food at Chez Panisse expounds on her wild early years, her politics and how she wants to be buried.
A Day at the Beach in, Yes, Gary, Indiana
Sandy ridges of wooded pines, serene footbridges over natural ponds and the color that can only come from longtime residents of this forgotten steel town.
Vows: He Promised Her the Moon and Stars. They Married on Eclipse Day.
Kelly Turek and Chris Dutton, self-described âscience fiction nerds,â spent the first few minutes of a bright future together in total darkness.
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