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System Failure at British Airways Shuts Down Flights Out of London

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The airline canceled flights from Heathrow and Gatwick airports in London on Saturday after what it said was a “major I.T. failure” caused a global system shutdown.

Trump Returns to Crisis Over Kushner as White House Tries to Contain It

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President Trump headed home Saturday to face reports that his son-in-law is under scrutiny in inquiries into possible ties between Russia and associates of Mr. Trump.

How Michael Flynn May Have Run Afoul of the Law

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Mr. Flynn, President Trump’s former national security adviser, faces potential legal problems over money he made from foreign entities and what he has told investigators.

Rebuked Twice by Supreme Court, North Carolina Republicans Are Unabashed

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Legislators seek to create state and local courts more aligned to their views — and to pay back Democrats for similar acts when they were in power.

Before Manchester Bombing, a Path of Conflict and Rebellion

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The life of Salman Abedi, the bomber whose attack killed 22 people in Manchester this past week, was interwoven with the tortured recent past of Libya.

A Speedy Refresher Course for Your Summer TV Favorites

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Catch Up on “House of Cards,” “Game of Thrones,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “Younger” and “Queen Sugar.”

Stuck in Memorial Day Traffic? Here Are 15 Podcasts to Distract You

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Recommendations for shows to help pacify even the most pernicious strains of road rage over the holiday.

U.N. Offers Regret but No Compensation for Kosovo Poisoning Victims

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Roma families had sought compensation for deaths and disabilities caused by living for years in toxic refugee camps.

Two Killed in Portland After Trying to Stop Anti-Muslim Rant, Police Say

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The men were fatally stabbed after they tried to stop a man who was yelling at two women who appeared Muslim, the police said.

Air Force Investigating Possible Mishandling of John Glenn’s Remains

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Officials opened the inquiry after allegations that a mortuary employee at Dover Air Force Base had offered to show the remains to inspectors.

Atlantic Hurricane Season Is Expected to Be Busy

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The season, which runs from June 1 through Nov. 30, is likely to produce 11 to 17 named storms, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says.

For Many, ‘Bloom County’ Creator’s Trump Joke Doesn’t Land

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Berkeley Breathed, the creator of the comic strip, shared a (fake) letter telling him to stop using Mr. Trump’s image.

Why Spend $110 Million on a Basquiat? ‘I Decided to Go for It,’ Japanese Billionaire Explains

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About 7,000 miles away, in New Jersey, the artist’s sister summed up her family’s response: “We were speechless.”

Loophole in Rules on Transgender Troops Denies 2 Their Commissions

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Two service academy cadets will not become officers because of a wrinkle in the Pentagon’s transgender policy its chief author says he didn’t foresee.

Trump Said to Seek More Time to Decide on Paris Climate Accords

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The indecision comes as the six other nations were to release a statement on Saturday reaffirming their commitment to cutting planet-warming pollution.

British Airways Says Computer Outage Causing Global Delays

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British Airways says travelers are facing delays because of a failure of its computer systems worldwide.

Inside ‘Fusterlandia’: Cuba’s Kaleidoscopic Neighborhood

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Decades ago, José Fuster set out to transform a Havana fishing neighborhood into a work of art. Despite Cuba’s political and economic turmoil, his work now spans from residents’ homes to a giant chess park. Step inside in 360 degree...

Palestinian Prisoners End Hunger Strike in Israel After 40 Days

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A leader of the strikers confirmed the end of the hunger strike, timed to the beginning of Ramadan, the holy Muslim month of fasting.

Playlist: The Playlist: Matt Ox Delivers the Sound of This Second

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Hear the week's most notable new songs from Rita Ora, Washed Out, Gary Allan, Charles Lloyd and more.

Senator John Kennedy (No, Not That One) Embraces Anonymity

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The freshman Republican from Louisiana has a famous name and a low-key approach — except for the occasional comedic swing.

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