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The Decisive Vote

Pregnant at 16

China Vows More Drills, but Taiwan Is Undeterred

Rishi Sunak Has a Sterling Résumé. It’s Not Helping Him Replace Boris Johnson.

Advice for Handling Retiring During a Financial Downturn

Why ‘Open Streets’ in New York City Were Reduced by 63 Miles

As Shootings Soar in Philadelphia, City is Awash in Guns

Could Carl Paladino and His ‘3-Ring Circus’ Be Headed for Congress?

U.S. Gas Prices Fall Below $4 a Gallon, AAA Says

Climate Change Threatens Summer Stages and Outdoor Performances

In Kenya’s Elections, Young Voters Aren’t Turning Out, and Who Can Blame Them?

Tiny Oysters Are a Hopeful Sign in the Hudson River

The Justice Department Should Be More Transparent About the Mar-a-Lago Raid

Hungary Settles Russia’s Bill With Ukraine to Restore Oil Flows

What’s Next in the New York Attorney General’s Trump Inquiry?

Trump Claims He’s a Victim of Tactics He Once Deployed

Trump Invokes Fifth Amendment, Attacking Legal System as Troubles Mount

Is There Any End to the Ukraine War in Sight?

How a New Class of Republicans Could Push America to the Right

Donald Trump’s Politics of Persecution

Prosecutors Face Distrust in Second Try to Prove Plot to Kidnap Michigan’s Governor

Under an Unusual Arrangement, Adams’s Confidant Gets City and Casino Salaries

Why Issey Miyake Was Steve Jobs’s Favorite Designer

Kids’ Mental Health Is a ‘National Emergency.’ Therapists Are in Short Supply.

Trump, Inflation, Planets: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing

Los Angeles Bans Homeless Camps Near Schools

The Gloriously Weird B-52’s Say Farewell to the Road

Crimean Officials Detail Size of Explosions, Contradicting Kremlin

F.B.I. Seizure of Scott Perry’s Phone Is Sign of Escalating Election Inquiry

During Four-Hour Deposition, Trump Answered Only One Question

Markets Rise Sharply, Seizing on Inflation Numbers

Europe’s Energy Crisis May Get a Lot Worse

The Boy Bosses of Silicon Valley Are on Their Way Out

Are Democrats Bungling Their Outreach to Voters?

Why the CHIPS Act Exists and What It Could Mean for the U.S.

Man Charged in Albuquerque Muslim Killings Had Been Accused of Beating Relatives

Inflation Cooled in July, Welcome News for White House and Fed

What Today’s Inflation Report Means for the Federal Reserve

Trump’s refusal to answer questions in a civil case could help him in a parallel criminal investigation.

Biden Signs Bill to Help Veterans Exposed to Toxic Burn Pits

Justice Dept. Charges Iranian in Plot to Kill John Bolton

Sneeze by Sneeze, Sponges Fill the Seas With Their Mucus

High Inflation Remain a Problem for Biden

What is Trump’s net worth? The question poses pitfalls for a former president under oath.

Astronomers May Have Found the Galaxy’s Youngest Planet

The Long, Long Wait for a Diabetes Cure

How Some Ukrainians Are Starting Over