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What We Learned From Trump’s Orlando Rally
President Trump’s kickoff of his 2020 campaign showed that his portrait of the country is still bleak — and that he needs an opponent beyond Hillary Clinton.
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Fact-Checking Trump’s Campaign Kickoff Rally: Russia, the Wall and More
President Trump is delivering remarks in Florida in a formal start to his re-election effort.
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Trump Orlando Rally: 2020 Re-election Bid Kicks Off
For a man who wants to be seen as an outsider despite occupying the Oval Office, the rally on Tuesday night presented an opportunity to, at least for one night, turn the clock back to 2015.
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Mind the G.O.P. Gender Gap
Why do Republicans in Congress have so much trouble increasing the number of women in their ranks?
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The Wave That Could Carry Trump to Re-election
National and state polls don’t tell the whole story. A global anti-elite surge improves the president’s chance of victory.
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Tiffany Cabán for Queens District Attorney
In next Tuesday’s Democratic primary, an ambitious young public defender offers overdue change.
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Pete and Chasten Buttigieg Are a Traditional Wonder
To blaze trails, they travel a familiar path.
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Trump’s Only Consistent Foreign Policy Goal Is to One-Up Obama
He talks big but without strategic plans, as shown with Iran and North Korea.
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Buttigieg Facing Test of Leadership After Shooting in South Bend
The shooting of a black resident by a white police officer has revived scrutiny of Mr. Buttigieg’s sometimes strained relationships with the black community.
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Hong Kong Was a Refuge for Mainland Chinese. The Extradition Bill Could Change That.
Recent arrivals from mainland China are questioning their security in Hong Kong, which has offered safety and a way to stay connected.
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Central Park Five: Trump Will Not Apologize for Calling for Death Penalty in 1989
“You have people on both sides of that,” the president said when asked about the wrongly convicted defendants.
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Sandy Hook Conspiracy Theorist Loses to Father of 6-Year-Old Victim Over Hoax
A Wisconsin judge ruled that it was defamatory to publish a book that said Leonard Pozner faked his son’s death certificate.
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A Horrific Discovery in a Park Turns Bizarre: It Was a Doll, Not a Baby
More than 20 emergency responders took hours to determine that a lifeless baby in a “Crawling Dead” shirt was a fake.
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Phil Neville Had to Win Over England. Can England Now Win for Him?
England’s coach never applied for his job, and he got off to an inauspicious start coaching women. But after two wins, expectations are rising.
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A Festival at the Intersection of Amsterdam and Africa
Language, meaning, interpretation, translation: These themes resonate in William Kentridge and Faustin Linyekula’s Holland Festival programming.
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Tiny Love Stories: ‘Our Families Couldn’t Know’
Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words. For this issue, we sought stories from our Indian readers.
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A Writer’s Surprisingly Healthful Breakfast Cookies
Mona Awad, whose novel “Bunny” is out this month, shares her more interesting alternative to oatmeal.
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Ocasio-Cortez Calls Migrant Detention Centers ‘Concentration Camps,’ Eliciting Backlash
Republicans, especially Representative Liz Cheney of Wyoming, excoriated Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, saying she demeaned the memory of those who died in the Holocaust.
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New York to Approve One of the World’s Most Ambitious Climate Plans
The state would pledge to eliminate net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, with all its electricity coming from carbon-free sources.
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Patrick Shanahan, Orlando, Taylor Swift: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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A Library Thrives, Quietly, in One of Pakistan’s Gun Markets
The Darra Adam Khel Library, less than a year old and with more than 2,500 books, offers residents a respite from the arms bazaar that dominates local life.
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For Taylor Swift, Is Ego Stronger Than Pride?
Three writers discuss her “You Need to Calm Down” video, which is populated with L.G.B.T.Q. celebrities. Not everyone sees it as a celebration.
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ICE Signals Mass Immigration Arrests, but Not the ‘Millions’ Trump Promised
The agency, which is preparing to conduct raids targeting thousands of migrant families, was blindsided by the president’s tweet saying “millions of illegal aliens” would be deported.
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The Evangelical, the ‘Pool Boy,’ the Comedian and Michael Cohen
Jerry Falwell Jr. defied expectations when he supported Donald J. Trump in 2016. Now details are emerging about behind-the-scenes maneuvering before the endorsement.
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Facebook Under Oath: You Have No Expectation of Privacy
The social media giant thinks privacy is a you problem.
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The Guatemalan Election as an Act of Organized Crime
The first round of voting makes clear that hopes for democracy have been dashed.
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Could the Christchurch Attacks Have Been Prevented?
Australia and New Zealand appear to have paid little attention to the threat from far-right extremism as their security services focused overwhelmingly on the dangers of Islamist terrorism.
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Nxivm Trial: Sex Cult Was Like ‘Horror Movie’ Prosecutor Says
Sexual abuse, branding and other crimes were committed by the group’s founder, who was a “predator,” the prosecutor said in closing arguments.
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The World’s Far Corners and Deepest Depths
Robert Macfarlane talks about “Underland: A Deep Time Journey,” and Julia Phillips discusses “Disappearing Earth.”
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3rd Shark Attack in North Carolina This Month Injures 8-Year-Old
Only three shark attacks were reported in the state in all of 2018, according to the International Shark Attack File. But experts say there is often year-to-year variation.
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