Trump Settles on Afghan Strategy Expected to Raise Troop Levels
President Trump with Defense Secretary James Mattis at Naval Station Norfolk in Norfolk, Va., last month. Mr. Mattis said Sunday that the president had decided on a plan for Afghanistan after a “rigorous” review.
Afghan Forces Are Praised, Despite Still Relying Heavily on U.S. Help
Afghan commandos on Sunday at Camp Morehead, a training base southeast of Kabul, at a ceremony celebrating their efforts.
Bannon Was Set for a Graceful Exit. Then Came Charlottesville.
Stephen K. Bannon in the Oval Office earlier this year. He was forced from his job as the president’s chief strategist on Friday.
Mediator: Bannon Ready for #War With a Long List of Targets
Stephen K. Bannon at the White House this month. He was forced out of his job as President Trump’s chief strategist on Friday.
Stephen Bannon’s Path From Breitbart to the West Wing, and Back
Stephen K. Bannon was President Trump’s chief strategist until he was forced out on Friday.
Europe Edition: Barcelona, Steve Bannon, Jerry Lewis: Your Monday Briefing
10 Missing After U.S. Navy Ship and Oil Tanker Collide Off Singapore
The John S. McCain, an American guided-missile destroyer, with a hole in its left side, in waters off Singapore on Monday.
Previous Collisions Involving U.S. Navy Vessels
The John F. Kennedy, an aircraft carrier, in 1991. It and a small dhow, or sailing boat, collided in the Persian Gulf in 2004. The dhow sank immediately, killing all aboard.
News Analysis: Talk of ‘Preventive War’ Rises in White House Over North Korea
An Air Force Rockwell B-1B Lancer, left, and a Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker on the tarmac at Andersen Air Force base in Yigo, Guam, this month. The North Koreans have delayed a threatened set of tests that they said would put four missiles into the waters off Guam.
South Korea and U.S. Begin Drills as North Warns of Rising Tensions
Police officers surrounding a South Korean protesting the annual exercises by their country and the United States in Seoul on Monday. The North has long condemned the military drills as rehearsals for invasion.
Steven Mnuchin Defends Trump’s Reaction to Charlottesville Violence
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin with President Trump on Tuesday, when the president defended some marchers in Charlottesville, Va.
Lobbyist at Trump Campaign Meeting Has a Web of Russian Connections
Rinat Akhmetshin at a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on United States policy toward Russia in June 2016. He is under scrutiny by Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel investigating ties between Russia and the Trump campaign.
White House Bracing for an Angry Reception in Phoenix
President Trump plans a rally in Phoenix on Tuesday. Some aides worry that a possible pardon of Joe Arpaio, the former sheriff of Maricopa County, could deepen the racial wounds exposed in the last week.
The Red Cap Aside, Trump Souvenirs Are a Hard Sell
Bobbleheads of President Trump and other political figures at White House Gifts in Washington.The most popular Trump-related item has been the red cap emblazoned with his “Make America Great Again” slogan.
A Deal Breaker for Trump’s Supporters? Nope. Not This Time, Either.
Parson Hicks, 35, a strong supporter of President Trump, dismissed the moral outrage at his remarks about violence in Charlottesville, Va., over the past week.
A Hmong Rice Farmer in Transition
Sapa in northwest Vietnam is a place of rice terrace farming. Hear from Mái, a Hmong rice farmer, on how the changing climate is affecting the rice harvest.
Red Sox 5, Yankees 1: Yankees Fall to Red Sox as Aaron Judge’s Struggles Continue
The Yankees’ Aaron Judge, batting in the third inning, went 0-4 on Sunday and struck out for the 37th game in a row, extending his major league record.
Iraqi Forces Start Offensive to Retake Tal Afar From ISIS
Paramilitary groups advancing toward Tal Afar, the main remaining stronghold of the Islamic State.
Kissimmee Police Shooting Leaves Two Officers Dead
The scene of a shooting in Kissimmee, Fla., on Friday evening.
Fatal Knife Attack in Finland Is Investigated as Terrorism
A memorial for the victims of the stabbing attack in Turku, Finland, on Friday.
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Jerry Lewis, Mercurial Comedian and Filmmaker, Dies at 91
Jerry Lewis wrote, produced and directed many of his own films.
An Appraisal: For Jerry Lewis, Few Statuettes but Lots of Influence
Jerry Lewis at home in Las Vegas last year. Many comedians have cited him as an influence.
Dick Gregory, 84, Dies; Found Humor in the Civil Rights Struggle
Dick Gregory in 2016. He believed that within a well-delivered joke lies power.
Before a Solar Eclipse Crosses 14 States, a Great American Road Trip
Cars lined up on Sunday to get into Grand Teton National Park outside Jackson, Wyo. People are flocking to the area in anticipation of viewing a total solar eclipse on Monday.
Barcelona Attack Suspects Had Ties to Imam Linked to ISIS
Relatives of the men who carried out the attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils last week gathered with other Muslims in the main square of Ripoll, Spain, on Saturday in support of the victims.
As Spain Mourns, Hunt Intensifies for Van Driver in Barcelona Attack
Hundreds of mourners gathered on Sunday at the Sagrada Familia basilica in Barcelona, Spain, to honor the 14 victims of two terrorist attacks.
Young Voices on a Targeted Island: ‘Very Lucky to Be From Guam’
Football practice at John F. Kennedy High School on Guam on Monday.
A Word With: Leslie Jones of ‘S.N.L.’: ‘I Just Like to Bring the Funny’
Leslie Jones of “Saturday Night Live” is an Emmy nominee for best supporting actress in a comedy series.
Tech We’re Using: The Technology Our Personal Finance Columnist Trusts His Money With
The New York Times writer Ron Lieber playing music with the Spotify app for his daughter Violet.
More Charities Cancel Fund-Raisers at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club
The Mar-a-lago Club in Palm Beach, Fla. Nonprofits that had planned to hold events at the resort are now electing to go elsewhere.
‘Hitman’s Bodyguard’ Is No. 1, as ‘Logan Lucky’ Disappoints
Steven Soderbergh on the set of “Logan Lucky,” which had weak ticket sales over the weekend.
Grace Mugabe Is Back in Zimbabwe, Trailed by Assault Accusations
President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe and his wife, Grace, at a youth rally in Marondera in June.
When Self-Criticism Was an Order, These Portraits Were Revolutionary
Wang Qiuhang in Beijing in 1966. A new book of Mr. Wang’s photography is called “Cultural Revolution Selfies.”
New York Police Officers Rally in Support of Colin Kaepernick
Dozens of current and retired officers from the New York Police Department rallied on Saturday in Brooklyn in support of Colin Kaepernick, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback who refused to stand for the national anthem last season.
The Look: Sunday Best in Harlem and Brooklyn
Vows: Coping With Depression as Love Wins the Day
Noah Sutter and Anna Risch, newly married, walking outside the Church of the Ascension in Lakewood, Ohio.
Game of Thrones: ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7, Episode 6: Seeing Is Believing
Kit Harington in “Game of Thrones.”