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North Korea No Longer Needs Nuclear Tests, Kim Says

  • Kim Jong-un announced that North Korea no longer needed nuclear and missile tests and would close a nuclear test site.
  • “The nuclear test site has done its job,” Mr. Kim said in an announcement carried by North Korea’s state media.

Cohen Said He’d Take a Bullet for Trump. Maybe Not Anymore.

There’s a strong possibility that Michael D. Cohen could end up cooperating in a criminal investigation against the president, and insiders say Mr. Trump has long treated Mr. Cohen “like garbage.”


Democrats File Suit Alleging a Trump-Russia Conspiracy

The Democratic National Committee’s lawsuit accuses Mr. Trump’s associates of a conspiracy that “constituted an act of previously unimaginable treachery” in illegally working with Russian intelligence agents to interfere with the 2016 election.


Comey Memos Are an Intimate Look at Trump White House

According to James B. Comey’s redacted memos, the president spoke to the former F.B.I. director about some of the most sensitive matters before the agency, including the dossier detailing President Trump’s ties to Russia.


Gaza Protest Draws Fewer People but Remains Deadly

Among four reported killed by Israeli snipers was a 15-year-old boy. Israel’s defense minister said there were fewer people but more “terror activity.”

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How Harvey Karp Turned
Baby Sleep Into Big Business

This generation’s Doctor Spock popularized the swaddle and simple techniques for soothing infants. Why is he now selling a $1,160 robotic bassinet?


Why You Should Hire a Financial Planner

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The 36 Months That Changed Culture

In the early ’80s in New York City, everything seemed to be happening at once — and from this blur emerged a culture so eerily similar to today’s that it demands a second look.

U.S. Said to Review Claim of Verizon-AT&T Collusion

Complaints to the Justice Department allege that the companies and a standards group worked together to restrict eSIM technology, a cardless way to easily switch carriers.

Now Batting in Class AA: Biggio, Bichette and Guerrero

Bo Bichette, Cavan Biggio, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., all sons of former big league stars, are playing together for the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, an affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays.

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Can You Guess What America Will Look Like in 10,000 Years? A Quiz

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