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June 21, 2018

Trump Retreats on Separating Families, but Thousands May Remain Apart
“It is still very early, and we are awaiting further guidance on the matter,” Brian Marriott, the senior director of communications for the Administration for Children and Families.... More >>

White House Memo: In Trump’s America, the Conversation Turns Ugly and Angry, Starting at the Top
President Trump rails against undocumented immigrants as “murderers and thieves” who want to “infest our country.” Some of his opponents respond with rage.... More >>

‘We’re Sending Them the Hell Back,’ Trump Says of Securing the Country’s Borders
President Trump turned his attention to the midterm battle that awaits Republicans here: Minnesota is one of the most important states in the fight for control of Congress.... More >>

Europe Edition: Family Separations, Britain, Hungary: Your Thursday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.... More >>

Republicans Dislike Separating Families. But They Like ‘Zero Tolerance’ More.
In border states, Republican voters say that whatever sympathy they feel for children separated from parents is complicated by frustration over the flow of undocumented immigrants from Mexico.... More >>

Trump’s Executive Order on Family Separation, Explained
President Trump said he wanted to keep immigrant families together — but still detain them. He will probably need approval from a court or Congress.... More >>

Hundreds of Separated Children Have Quietly Been Sent to New York
The federal government would not tell city officials exactly how many children had been moved to New York or where they were being housed.... More >>

Walmart ‘Surprised’ Old Store Is a Migrant Shelter. Records Hinted at the Possibility.
An executive at the giant retailer signed a document that indicated the property was being purchased with a loan from a large shelter operator.... More >>

Airlines Ask Government Not to Use Their Flights to Carry Children Separated at the Border
The request by several major carriers is the latest fallout from the administration’s decision, now reversed, to separate children from parents who have arrived illegally.... More >>

Trump’s Ace in the Hole in Trade War: A Strong Economy
Accelerating growth has given the administration more leverage over trading partners. But economists warn of potential headwinds beyond this year.... More >>

Trump Tells Republicans Not to Undercut Him on ZTE
Lawmakers suggested they had not reached a decision after President Trump told them that the fate of the Chinese telecom company was closely tied to geopolitical negotiations.... More >>

Michael Bloomberg Will Spend $80 Million on the Midterms. His Goal: Flip the House for the Democrats.
Mr. Bloomberg plans to pour money into advertising on television, online and in the mail, with most of it going to support Democratic congressional candidates.... More >>

Outside Trump Hotel, an Uproar. Inside, a Calm Sea of Conservative Cash.
Outside the hotel’s walls, protesters blasted audio of children crying in detainment centers and the homeland security secretary was heckled at a nearby Mexican restaurant.... More >>

Feature: How One Conservative Think Tank Is Stocking Trump’s Government
By placing its people throughout the administration, the Heritage Foundation has succeeded in furthering its right-wing agenda.... More >>

The Infamous Sochi Drug-Testing Lab Is Now a Gastro Pub
World Cup fans are eating and drinking in the building that was home to the scheme that corrupted the 2014 Winter Olympics.... More >>

Spain Lucky to Escape With 1-0 Victory Over Iran
A deflection off Diego Costa early in the second half proved the difference in both teams’ second game of the tournament.... More >>

Spain Beats Iran, as Coach of Seven Days Tops Coach of Seven Years
In a slightly dizzy version of the coaching carousel, Spain’s Fernando Hierro met up on Wednesday with Iran’s Carlos Queiroz. Hierro prevailed, just barely.... More >>

Andrew Cuomo: A Moral Outrage New York Will Not Tolerate
These immigrant children shouldn’t be in facilities here or anywhere else. They should be with their parents.... More >>

A Town Divided Over Blue Lives Matter
A blue line intended to show support for police instead turned neighbors against each other.... More >>

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Failed Ideology of Australia’s Conservatives
A wave of banking scandals reveals the bankruptcy of the government’s trickle-down economic worldview.... More >>

How the Government Can Lower Drug Prices
A form of eminent domain for patents can let Washington make lifesaving medications widely available.... More >>

Op-Ed Columnist: The King and Queen of Cruelty
Melania and Donald Trump are in this terror together.... More >>

The Christian Right Adopts a 50-State Strategy
Pro-Trump evangelicals and their allies want to build a “great red wall” to keep Democrats out of power. California is high on their list of targets.... More >>

American Internment Camps
The government is building tent cities to hold thousands of minors for months at a time.... More >>

Standing By as Prisoners Are Raped
Auditors give glowing reports to prisons that are cesspools of sexual violence.... More >>

Op-Ed Columnist: The Two Biggest Problems With College
And how to fix them.... More >>

The World Cup Is Fun. Except for the Russians Being Tortured.
Aside from being a sporting event of global significance, this is a major P.R. victory for President Putin and his entourage.... More >>

Thursday’s Summer Solstice and the Search for Life in the Galaxy
As you mark the longest day of the year, consider the debate among astronomers over whether Earth’s tilt toward the sun helps make life on our world and others possible.... More >>

Art Review: They Suffered for Their Cézanne Portraits
In the National Gallery of Art’s major survey of Cézanne’s stirring, troubling portraits, he treats family and friends with affectionate digs.... More >>

Review: ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Brings the Gang Back. Sigh.
Extinction is not an option, but exhaustion is a distinct possibility.... More >>

Trump to Propose Government Reorganization, Targeting Safety Net Programs
Many aid programs would be shunted into a giant new department, where they would be easier to cut or contain, and the Education and Labor Departments could merge.... More >>

Indonesia Ferry Toll Soars, With 192 Believed Dead
Passengers’ relatives criticized the government’s poor enforcement of safety standards, as officials said the boat had only been designed to carry about 40 people.... More >>

Hungary Criminalizes Aiding Illegal Immigrants
Prime Minister Viktor Orban campaigned on a nationalist, anti-immigrant platform. Providing help to those who enter the country illegally will now be punishable by up to a year in jail.... More >>

National Enquirer Executives Said to Be Subpoenaed in Cohen Investigation
The publisher American Media has been thrust into a federal inquiry involving Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s onetime top lieutenant.... More >>

New Zealand’s Leader, Jacinda Ardern, Delivers a Baby Girl
The prime minister is the first world leader to give birth in office since Benazir Bhutto of Pakistan had a child in 1990.... More >>

Horrific Details on Syria Chemical Attacks Left Out, for Now, From U.N. Report
An early draft of a report on the recapture of rebel-held Damascus suburbs contained information about chemical attacks omitted from the final version.... More >>

Fewer Births Than Deaths Among Whites in Majority of U.S. States
The pattern first started more than a decade ago. But lagging fertility rates and rising white mortality rates have sped demographic change.... More >>

Tech Fix: Firefox Is Back. It’s Time to Give It a Try.
Mozilla redesigned its browser to take on Google’s Chrome. Firefox now has strong privacy features and is as fast as Chrome.... More >>

As Kim Ends Beijing Visit, China and North Korea Craft New Messages
The Chinese state media portrayed Kim Jong-un as a forward-looking leader, and the North Korean propaganda machine struck a newly conciliatory tone.... More >>

How to Plan the Perfect Trip With Your Significant Other This Summer
Make sure your bae-cation is one to remember — without the logistical headaches.... More >>

Turning a Breakup Into a Positive Experience
As you reflect on your newfound singledom, here are a few things to keep in mind.... More >>

5 Cheap(ish) Things for Bike Commuting Bliss
Your stuff doesn’t need to be fancy but it does need to work well. These are our favorite picks.... More >>

Dealing With Impostor Syndrome When You’re Treated as an Impostor
Impostor syndrome is not a unique feeling, but some researchers believe it hits minority groups harder.... More >>

Why Have There Been No Great Black Art Dealers?
How a small but influential group of black gallerists is correcting history.... More >>

‘Everyone Is Beautiful During Eid’
Here’s how the people of Zanzibar celebrated the end of Ramadan.... More >>

Missed the Latest Supreme Drop? Head to Grailed
The website, a favorite of men looking for cult items that have disappeared — or will soon — just closed a new investment round.... More >>

The Enthusiast: In Praise of Julia Alvarez
“By the time I found ‘How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents,’ I’d already resigned myself to using books as windows rather than mirrors.”... More >>

Letter of Recommendation: Letter of Recommendation: Asteroid Day
It is the one holiday that grants permission to indulge in a spectacle of imagined global catastrophe.... More >>

Congress Is Writing Lots of Opioid Bills. But Which Ones Will Actually Help?
Despite some good ideas, addiction researchers say, the legislative effort falls short of the coordinated response the epidemic demands.... More >>

One in Three Women Undergoing Breast Reconstruction Have Complications
One in five requires more surgery, and in 5 percent of cases, reconstruction fails.... More >>

Tech We’re Using: By Subway, Bus and Uber in New York, With Twitter and Other Apps in Hand
Technology is helping to solve transit issues, even if progress seems slow. Emma G. Fitzsimmons, who covers New York City transit for The Times, lays out how.... More >>

The Checkup: The Benefits of ‘Tummy Time’
Positioning babies on their stomachs helps prevent flattening of the head and strengthens neck, trunk and shoulder muscles, as well as hands.... More >>


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