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Huge crowds march in Hong Kong, piling pressure on leader

By Christopher Bodeen

Tens of thousands of Hong Kong residents, mostly in black, jammed the city's streets Sunday in a march protesting the government's handling of a proposed extradition bill.

Huge crowds march in Hong Kong, piling pressure on leader

By Christopher Bodeen

Tens of thousands of Hong Kong residents, mostly in black, jammed the city's streets Sunday in a march protesting the government's handling of a proposed extradition bill.

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11 of Our Best Weekend Reads

By Kaly Soto

Madonna at 60. Alan Turing gets an obituary. Meet M.B.Z., the most powerful Arab ruler. State parks, there’s one near you. The internet “wife guy.” And more.

For the Chao Family, Deep Ties to the World’s 2 Largest Economies

By Eric Lipton and Michael Forsythe

The family of Elaine Chao, the transportation secretary, has forged high-level political connections not only in the United States but also in China, where their shipping business has prospered.

Elaine Parker: This economy is a gift to all Americans

By Elaine Parker

Some believe that President Trump’s economic reforms are only benefiting the country’s “one percent.” But in reality, the pro-growth policy agenda being pursued by the current administration is helping the Americans who need it most.

French far-right makes big demands on Macron after small win

By ELAINE GANLEY and SYLVIE CORBET

If French far-right leader Marine Le Pen gets her wish, her National Rally party, victorious in the European Parliament election, will force a dissolution of France's own parliament and lure opponents to her cause, enlarging her base.

French far-right makes big demands on Macron after small win

By ELAINE GANLEY and SYLVIE CORBET

If French far-right leader Marine Le Pen gets her wish, her National Rally party, victorious in the European Parliament election, will force a dissolution of France's own parliament and lure opponents to her cause, enlarging her base.

Busy Philipps stars in ACLU ad for #YouKnowMe abortion access campaign

By Elaine Low

In the wake of revealing to “Busy Tonight” viewers that she had had an abortion — and creating the #YouKnowMe hashtag on social media — Busy Philipps is teaming up with the ACLU on a “You Know Me” ad campaign meant to rebut recent legislation in several states that restrict access to abortion.

Busy Philipps stars in ACLU ad for #YouKnowMe abortion access campaign

By Elaine Low

In the wake of revealing to “Busy Tonight” viewers that she had had an abortion — and creating the #YouKnowMe hashtag on social media — Busy Philipps is teaming up with the ACLU on a “You Know Me” ad campaign meant to rebut recent legislation in several states that restrict access to abortion.

Basque separatist chief jailed in France, day after capture

By ELAINE GANLEY

A longtime chief of the Basque militant separatist group ETA has been jailed in France, a day after his arrest in a French Alpine town ended 17 years on the run.

Basque separatist chief jailed in France, day after capture

By ELAINE GANLEY

A longtime chief of the Basque militant separatist group ETA has been jailed in France, a day after his arrest in a French Alpine town ended 17 years on the run.

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