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May 20, 2018

Royal Wedding, F.B.I., Texas: Your Weekend Briefing
Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.... More >>

New Reality for High School Students: Calculating the Risk of Getting Shot
Students in an age of school shootings routinely consider the safety of their classrooms, running scenarios about how likely they are to get shot.... More >>

Young People Keep Marching After Parkland, This Time to Register to Vote
Younger voters typically do not cast ballots in midterm elections. But after the Parkland, Fla., shooting, registration among younger voters is accelerating.... More >>

On a Spring Texan Morning, a Sound Heard Too Often at Schools Across America: Bang. Bang. Bang.
Investigators say the Santa Fe shooting suspect, Dimitrios Pagourtzis, left some students alive in order to “have his story told.”... More >>

Trump Jr. and Other Aides Met With Gulf Emissary Offering Help to Win Election
The Trump Tower meeting and follow-ups are the first indication that countries beyond Russia may have offered help to the Trump campaign.... More >>

U.S. and China Tout Trade Talks as Success, but Leave the Details for Later
The two countries said they had reached an agreement to increase American exports, but the White House noted that specifics would be agreed upon at a later date.... More >>

Israel and Evangelicals: New U.S. Embassy Signals a Growing Alliance
The opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem marks the increasing importance of conservative Christians to Israel, at the risk of upsetting American Jews.... More >>

As Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Wed, a New Era Dawns
An extraordinary ceremony with strong elements of African-American culture showed the couple’s determination to bring Britain’s royal family into the modern world.... More >>

Meghan Markle Introduces the British Monarchy to the African-American Experience
Centuries of tradition seemed to peel away as Bishop Michael Curry spoke to the crowd of aristocrats in the cadence of the black American church.... More >>

Meghan Markle’s Wedding Dress Was Made for a Person, Not a Princess
The newly minted Duchess of Sussex was married in a gown by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy.... More >>

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads
We look at the origins of the Trump investigation, say goodbye to Tom Wolfe, admit to some #procrastibaking and more.... More >>

The Week in Good News: A ‘Golden Arm,’ Zakouma National Park, the Best Baguette in Paris
Sometimes it seems as if we’re living under a constant barrage of heavy news. But it isn’t all bad out there.... More >>

Don’t Let Trump Off the Hook, New York
The Legislature needs to approve a proposal to limit enhanced double jeopardy protections, so those pardoned by the president can face state changes.... More >>

Voices from Venezuela: ‘Nobody Wants to Be a Pawn in a Game’
We asked readers in Venezuela to describe living with low wages, runaway inflation and shortages as a presidential election approached. Here is what they said.... More >>

Op-Ed Columnist: Scarlet Letter in the Emerald Isle
Ireland has jumped into modernity in many ways. But can it move past its medieval abortion law and stop shaming women?... More >>

Op-Ed Columnist: The Irish Exception
With its abortion referendum, is Ireland joining the future or the past?... More >>

Op-Ed Columnist: The News Isn’t Fake. But It’s Flawed.
Donald Trump’s attacks on us are shameless. Let’s not abet them.... More >>

John Kelly’s Ancestors Wouldn’t Have Fit In Either
Convenient amnesia about one’s origins is an all-American trait.... More >>

Treat Addiction Like Cancer
People with substance-use disorders shouldn’t have to work so hard to get care.... More >>

John Lewis and Other Black Leaders Spurn Black Challenger in Boston
Ayanna Pressley is trying to become the first nonwhite member of the House from Massachusetts, but Mr. Lewis and others have endorsed her white opponent.... More >>

U.S. and South Korea to Discuss North’s ‘Bright Future’
Moon Jae-in, the South Korean leader, is to meet President Trump at the White House next week to discuss possible incentives for Pyongyang to denuclearize.... More >>

A State Attorney General Calls Out Betsy DeVos on For-Profit Colleges
The New Jersey attorney general says federal education officials have stopped cooperating with the state on fraudulent activities at for-profits.... More >>

#MeToo Hits Cannes Closing Ceremony With a Fury
Midway through the awards for 71st Cannes Film Festival, Asia Argento told the audience that the event was Harvey Weinstein’s “hunting ground.”... More >>

W.H.O. Says New Ebola Outbreak Is Not Yet a Top Health Emergency
The organization said the outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo is worrisome but there is “a strong reason to believe” it can be controlled.... More >>

Black, Female and Running for Governor: Can She Win in the South?
Stacey Abrams, a Democrat running for governor of Georgia, is trying to win a statewide election in the Deep South without relying on conservative-leaning white voters.... More >>

‘S.N.L.’: Tina Fey Reprises Sarah Palin in a Star-Filled Season Finale
Robert De Niro, Donald Glover and John Goodman were just a few of the big celebrities who helped wrap the 43rd season of “Saturday Night Live.”... More >>

As an Insurer Resists Paying for ‘Avoidable’ E.R. Visits, Patients and Doctors Push Back
Guessing wrong on when a condition is a life-threatening medical emergency could mean a large bill. Or worse.... More >>

Cleared of Spying for China, She Still Doesn’t Have Her Job Back
Three years ago, Sherry Chen, a hydrologist working for the National Weather Service, had charges against her dropped. A judge says she should be able to return to work.... More >>

SURFACING: What This 76-Year-Old Man Can Teach About Healing
“I never lock my door; if people show up at night, I will wake up,” said I Gusti Mangku Sasak, a holistic Usada Bali healer.... More >>

Vows: Months After a Brutal Day in Charlottesville, a Tender Wedding
Marcus Martin pushed Marissa Blair out of harm’s way during the 2017 attack that killed their friend Heather Heyer, whom they honored at their ceremony.... More >>

15 Pop Music Festivals to Catch This Summer
From SZA in New York to Post Malone in Chicago, concerts across the country you don’t want to miss this season.... More >>

Sneeze Into Your Elbow, Not Your Hand. Please.
Some people have not yet gotten the official public health advice that sneezing into your sleeve (if you don’t have a tissue) will stop the spread of infectious germs.... More >>

How to Become a Plant Parent
Turn your home into the most Instagram-ready indoor jungle on the block.... More >>

Editors’ Choice: 7 New Books We Recommend This Week
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.... More >>

Death of a Biohacker
Aaron Traywick envisioned a future in which self-taught scientists would cure diseases and bend the human body to their will.... More >>

Sunday Routine: How Rawia Bishara, Chef and Restaurateur, Spends Her Sundays
The resident of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, spends most of her day at Tanoreen, her restaurant, cooking and chatting up customers.... More >>

Never Watched ‘Rick and Morty’? This Is What You Need to Know
Adult Swim’s animated comedy was recently renewed for 70 episodes. Dark and absurdist, it remains one of the more popular shows among young viewers.... More >>

Why Work When You Can Procrastibake?
“Procrastibaking,” baking to put off work, is both a habit and a hashtag.... More >>

Nonfiction: From Don DeLillo to Marilyn Monroe: Lorrie Moore’s First Essay Collection
“See What Can Be Done” collects pieces on everything from Alice Munro’s fiction to the Lewinsky scandal to “O.J.: Made in America.”... More >>

‘Will You Be My Emergency Contact?’ Takes On a Whole New Meaning
Researchers mined medical records to build family trees they hope could help advance medical research, but the privacy implications worry some bioethicists.... More >>

Trilobites: The Baby’s Hand Was Mummified. Why Wasn’t the Rest of Its Body?
Hungarian archaeologists think they have an explanation for an unusual form of mummification, but their solution poses a new mystery.... More >>

Hail Caesar Salad! Romaine Is Safe to Eat Again
Federal health officials say the tainted lettuce is no longer on the shelves or on restaurant menus, because the harvesting season in the Yuma, Ariz., region ended more than a month ago.... More >>

Tech Fix: Google’s File on Me Was Huge. Here’s Why It Wasn’t as Creepy as My Facebook Data.
Google collects far more information about us than Facebook. But the Google data that our tech columnist downloaded on himself contained fewer surprises and was more easily deleted.... More >>

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