Senate Health Bill in Peril as C.B.O. Predicts 22 Million More Uninsured
Republicans Struggle to Marshal Votes for Health Care Bill
Senator Susan Collins, center, said she would vote against the motion to begin debate scheduled to hit the Senate floor on Wednesday.
Economic Scene: When Cutting Access to Health Care, There’s a Price to Pay
One study found that insurance status, more than any other demographic or economic factor, determines the timeliness and quality of health care.
Fact Check: The Senate Health Care Plan
Does the health care bill in the Senate live up to Republicans' promises? We checked the facts.
The C.B.O. Score: A Few Bright Spots for Republicans. The Rest Can Be Scored as Grim.
Senator Rand Paul, Republican of Kentucky, who opposes the Senate health bill, commenting on the C.B.O. score Monday.
With 3 Words, Supreme Court Opens a World of Uncertainty for Refugees
Fouad Dagoum and his wife, Azhar Ahmed, fled Sudan in 2000 after their village was ransacked by militia members.
A Cautious Supreme Court Sets a Modern Record for Consensus
People gathered outside the Supreme Court in Washington on Monday, the last day of the court’s term.
California Today: California Today: Surf, Sun and Bacteria
Boys reacted to the smell near La Jolla Cove, which has made regular appearances on a ranking of the state’s most polluted beaches.
Syria Will ‘Pay a Heavy Price’ for Another Chemical Attack, White House Says
A man was helped to a hospital after a suspected toxic gas attack in northern Syria in April. The White House warned Monday that President Bashar al-Assad appeared to be preparing another such attack.
U.S. Has Seen Chemical Weapons Activity in Syria, Pentagon Says
A child receiving treatment at a hospital in Khan Sheikhoun, Syria, after a nerve agent was used in an attack in April. The White House has accused the Syrian government of preparing a new chemical attack.
Few Overseas Have Faith in Trump’s Leadership, Survey Finds
President Trump, left, gathered with other foreign leaders at the NATO summit meeting in Brussels in May. Mr. Trump will make his second overseas trip next week.
Trump Meets India’s Leader, a Fellow Nationalist Battling China for His Favor
President Trump, Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India and Mr. Trump’s wife, Melania, outside the White House on Monday.
Google Fined Record $2.7 Billion in E.U. Antitrust Ruling
Margrethe Vestager, the European Union antitrust chief, in Brussels on Tuesday. In addition to the Google case, she has previously demanded that Apple pay $14.5 billion in back taxes in Ireland, opened an investigation into Amazon’s tax practices in Europe and raised concerns about Facebook’s dominance over people’s digital data.
New Cyberattack Spreads From Russia to the United States
Several companies have been affected by a cyberattack, including, from left, Rosneft, the Russian energy giant; Merck, a pharmaceutical company; and Maersk, a shipping company.
Big Music in Small Rooms: Fado
Every Tuesday, people gather at the Adega Rio Douro in Porto to sing a form of traditional Portuguese music. The restaurant welcomes retired professional singers and amateurs, accompanied by classical and Portuguese guitar.
China Is Among Worst Human Trafficking Offenders, State Dept. Says
Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson at the White House on Monday. The State Department dropped China to the lowest tier of its ranking this year in its annual assessment of global efforts to end forms of modern slavery.
3 CNN Journalists Resign After Retracted Story on Trump Ally
Anthony Scaramucci at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in January. A CNN story linked him to a Russian investment fund supposedly being investigated by the United States Senate.
Carbon in Atmosphere Is Rising, Even as Emissions Stabilize
The Cape Grim Baseline Air Pollution Station in Tasmania.
U.K. Calls for Inquiry Into Cladding After Grenfell Tower Fire
Residents of a residential tower in London evacuated over the weekend because of safety concerns in the building.
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‘Panic Killed Those People’: Portugal Buries Wildfire Victims
The funerals for six people who were killed in a series of wildfires this month in central Portugal.
Unauthorized Immigrants Steer Clear of Medical Care
Elizabeth, who is in the country illegally, said she has no one to care for her children if she is deported.
Yankee Stadium Charity Is Called Into Question
Children at play on the baseball fields in Mullaly Park this month. The park is bordered by the No. 4 elevated train platform and Yankee Stadium.
The Interpreter: Canada’s Secret to Resisting the West’s Populist Wave
Pedestrians silhouetted against the CN Tower in Toronto.
Liu Xiaobo Embodied Hope for China’s Democracy. Now He’s Sick.
Liu Xiaobo, already in prison, was unable to attend the ceremony for his Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo in 2010. His chair was left empty.
FIFA Publishes Secret Garcia Report, Which Detailed Corruption in World Cup Bids
FIFA headquarters in Zurich.
Coober Pedy Journal: A Quest to Save Baby Kangaroos on a Lonely Australian Highway
Fashion Review: American Chic on the Runways of Paris
The Junya Watanabe fashion show in Paris, featuring spring 2018 men’s wear.
Effects of Takata Bankruptcy to Extend Far and Wide
Takata, whose airbag inflaters are at the center of the world’s largest auto safety recall, said it was selling its surviving operations to a rival supplier.
How a Joke Becomes a Meme: The Birth of ‘Milkshake Duck’
A tweet from Australia.
A Welcome Payday for Obscure Teams in the Champions League
The New Saints of Wales advanced to the second qualifying round of the Champions League in 2015.
President Erdogan of Turkey Recovers From Minor Health Scare
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey leaving a mosque in Istanbul on Sunday. Mr. Erdogan seemed to lose consciousness for a few moments while sitting for early morning prayers.
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Is Not Asking the Russians to Help Him Become President
Stephen Colbert returned to the air after spending much of last week in Russia.
Explorer: An Untamed Island Meets Its Match
The north shore of Horn Island, Miss., in the Gulf of Mexico. The island runs about 10 miles long.
Nonfiction: A Life of Toscanini, Maestro With Passion and Principles