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Our Top 10 Comments of the Week: Readers debate the Manchester bombing, planning your own wake and the first female infantrymen in the United States.
Some officials put the death toll as high as 18 after the explosion in a crowded bazaar.
South Korea dispatched a naval vessel to investigate after the fishing vessel lost contact.
The selection of Linda Sarsour to address the graduates of the City University of New York School of Public Health has resulted in hate messages and threats of violence.
Hundreds of Palestinian prisoners ended their 40-day fast on Saturday after reaching a compromise for better conditions, Israel's prison service said.
President Michel Temer has grown so unpopular that some in Brazil believe the coach of the national soccer team, or a clown named Grumpy, would be better choices.
Darren Hayman released four albums with the indie band Hefner. Now he writes songs about the communities whose soldiers all returned home safely from World War I.
The Cannes veteran talks about movies, sexism, female rage and “The Beguiled,” the third film that she’s made with the director Sofia Coppola.
There’s no indication that Islamic State leaders in the Mideast directed recent attacks in Southeast Asia, but like-minded extremists are believed to be responsible.
Mr. Brzezinski, who guided Mr. Carter during the Iran hostage crisis and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, had decades of influence in global affairs.
Farmers in Southern California are nurturing coffee bushes in what may be the first serious effort to commercialize beans from the contiguous United States.
A back-channel between White House adviser Jared Kushner and Moscow was proposed, but never pursued, in the weeks before President Trump’s inauguration.
The president played the statesman in the Middle East, but has switched to a familiar role, disrupter, as he joins the Group of 7 meeting, getting headlines like ‘Boor in Chief.’
Despite President Trump’s efforts to curtail resettlement, the State Department’s move could result in a near doubling of refugees entering the country.
Nine days, five countries, and more than a dozen outfits: the first lady makes a statement abroad.
Oleg V. Deripaska’s offer comes amid increased attention to his ties to Paul Manafort, who is one of several Trump associates under F.B.I. scrutiny.
In a reversal, the White House said it would publicly disclose waivers allowing former lobbyists to work in the administration.
The president’s grown two sons, who run the company, met with agents; Eric Trump said there had been no successful intrusion into the computer system.
Tension between party leaders who will not compete for unlikely seats and an energized base loath to concede anything to Republicans risks demoralizing activists.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.