How Trump Has Reshaped the Presidency, and How It’s Changed Him, Too
President Trump boarding Air Force One in Maryland on Friday. The president operating on Day 100 is not the same as the one who took office in January.
Trump Invites Rodrigo Duterte to the White House
President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines spoke at the Association of South East Asian Nations in Manila on Sunday.
U.S. Confirms It Will Pay for Antimissile System, South Korea Says
Demonstrators held a rally in Seoul on Saturday to oppose a plan to deploy a missile defense system known as Thaad.
A Spring Thaw? Trump Now Has ‘Very Good’ Words for China’s Leader
President Trump with President Xi Jinping of China at Mar-a-Lago this month. “We had a great chemistry, I think,” Mr. Trump said.
100 Days of Trump Style
Kellyanne Conway, seemingly not in sync with the president’s “America First” message, goes with a $3,600 red, white and blue number by
Trump Savages News Media at Rally to Mark His 100th Day
President Trump speaking at a rally in Harrisburg, Pa., on Saturday. Mr. Trump scheduled the event in lieu of attending the annual dinner of the White House Correspondents’ Association.
In Dueling Events, Samantha Bee and Hasan Minhaj Target Trump, Fox News and CNN
Hasan Minhaj, left, at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner on Saturday night. Samantha Bee, right, recorded her “Not The White House Correspondents’ Dinner” earlier in the day.
For Journalists, Annual Dinner Serves Up Catharsis and Resolve
Journalists stand at the presentation of the colors during the White House Correspondents’ dinner on Saturday at the Washington Hilton.
Climate March Draws Thousands of Protesters Alarmed by Trump’s Environmental Agenda
Saturday’s march in Washington highlighted dire warnings about the planet, but there was also levity.
Big Climate Protests Against Trump
Demonstrators chanted: "Resistance is here to stay. Welcome to your 100th day!"
Too Scared to Report Sexual Abuse. The Fear: Deportation.
“I don’t know who to believe or what is safe to do to protect myself,” said Yanet, who stepped forward to file a sexual abuse case years ago but is having second thoughts about continuing to pursue it.
Tony Blair Urges U.K. to Stay Centered, and Close to Europe
Tony Blair, the former British prime minister, fears an economically damaging hard break with the European Union is looming.
Young, Idealistic but Determined, Slovaks Lead Anticorruption Crusade
Karolina Farska, second from left, and David Straka, center, used Facebook to organize an anticorruption demonstration in Bratislava, Slovakia, in April.
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Guns, Ammo and Trump at N.R.A. Meeting
Visit the National Rifle Association's annual convention in Atlanta, where President Trump addressed attendees, a first by a sitting president since Ronald Reagan in 1983.
The LOVE ISSUE | LODGING ROUNDUP: Hotels and Resorts for Romance of All Kinds
The Resort at Paws Up in Montana.
China’s Appetite Pushes Fisheries to the Brink
Vendors and wives of fishermen waiting for boats to return to Joal, Senegal.
Free Tuition in New York Adds Powerful Pull at Decision Deadline
Prospective students and parents touring Purchase College, which is a part of the State University of New York. Among the topics discussed at a recent accepted-students day was New York’s Excelsior Scholarship.
Efforts to Ease Congestion Threaten Street Food Culture in Southeast Asia
Nguyen Thu Hong, left, a street vendor, selling a tofu-and-noodle dish called bun dau from a sidewalk in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Cuban Military Plane Crashes, Killing 8 Troops on Board
A Cuban military plane crashed into a hillside Saturday in the western province of Artemisa, killing eight troops on board, the government said.
Marine Le Pen Will Name a Former Rival Prime Minister if Elected
Marine Le Pen appeared at a news conference in Paris on Saturday with Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, whom she vowed to name prime minister if she is elected president.
Pope Francis Urges U.S. and North Korea to Step Away from the Brink
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt meeting with Pope Francis on Friday in Cairo.
Marines Return to Helmand Province for a Job They Thought Was Done
Marines and Afghan forces took part in a handover ceremony on Saturday at Camp Leatherneck in Lashkar Gah, the capital of Helmand Province. About 300 Marines have returned to Helmand to help fight the Taliban.
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On Pro Basketball: 6-Foot-10 and a 3-Point Shooter. Just What the Rockets Want.
Kyle Wiltjer playing in the Summer League last July. He is a stretch 4 — a forward whose 3-point shooting spaces the floor.
Turkey Purges 4,000 More Officials, and Blocks Wikipedia
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey, whose government has purged or arrested thousands of citizens and public officials since a failed coup.
Famed Swiss Climber Killed Near Mount Everest in Nepal
Ueli Steck in 2015.
At Least 5 Are Killed in Tornadoes in East Texas
Some of the damage left by a tornado on Saturday in Fruitvale, Tex. The National Weather Service reported that three tornadoes touched down in rural counties east of Dallas.
Thomas Forkner, Waffle House Co-Founder, Dies at 98
Thomas Forkner, right, with his Waffle House co-founder Joseph W. Rogers in 2008, inside their first restaurant.
2 Choate Life Trustees Resign Amid Sexual Abuse Investigation
After a scathing report documenting cases of sexual abuse at Choate Rosemary Hall, two former headmasters left their emeritus positions.
I Don’t Miss ‘Swan Lake’: A Ballerina’s Role on ‘The Americans’
Irina Dvorovenko, a former dancer with American Ballet Theater, plays a Soviet émigré on FX’s “The Americans.”
Hacker Leaks Episodes From Netflix Show and Threatens Other Networks
A hacker released 10 episodes of Season 5 of “Orange is the New Black” and said Netflix refused to pay a ransom.
Vows: For Two Writers, the Road Not Taken Beckons Anew
The novelist Laura Lippman officiated at the marriage of Ann Hood and Michael Ruhlman, two more writers, on April 20 at Abingdon Square Park in Greenwich Village.
Review: In ‘The Circle,’ Click Here if You Think You’re Being Watched
Emma Watson in “The Circle.”
Sunday Routine: How the Creatures of the Wind Designers Spend Their Sundays
Shane Gabier, left, and Christopher Peters, the designers of the clothing line Creatures of the Wind, at their apartment in Lower Manhattan.