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  1. A Constitutional Puzzle: Can the President Be Indicted? National, Today

    The Constitution includes detailed instructions for impeachment. But there’s no clear answer on whether a president may be criminally prosecuted....

  2. North Korean Tests Add Urgency for U.S. to Fix Defense Flaws National, Today

    The North has recently test-fired missiles based on a technology that would give the United States little warning of an attack. And they seem to work....

  3. Jared Kushner’s Role Is Tested as Russia Case Grows National, Yesterday

    It is unclear how Jared Kushner’s high-profile woes will affect his hard-won partnership with his father-in-law, perhaps the most stable in an often unstable White House....

  4. Philippine Forces Struggle to Evacuate City Overrun by Islamic Militants Foreign, Today

    Troops have cleared half of Marawi of militants from ISIS-linked groups, an official said, adding that the government had called on civilians to help in the fighting.

  5. Cornell’s Climate-Conscious Urban Campus Arises Business, Today

    A new complex on Roosevelt Island aims to produce as much energy as it uses. Here’s how the designers are making it happen.

  6. Christian-Backed School Teaches Scions of the Elite in Atheist North Korea Foreign, Today

    In a country that bans religion, the school educates a crop of handpicked students — and perhaps gives the government some leverage with Washington....

  7. Ken Burns and Lynn Novick: Vietnam’s Unhealed Wounds Op Ed, Today

    In the 1960s, two groups of Americans, thinking they were acting patriotically, went to war with each other....

  8. The Groundhog Day War in Afghanistan Editorial, Today

    Generals want up to 5,000 more troops for a conflict which was supposed to have ended years ago....

  9. John F. Kennedy: An Idealist Without Illusions Op Ed, Today

    On the centennial of his birth, is his legacy in eclipse?...

  10. Foot Soldiers in a Shadowy Battle Between Russia and the West Foreign, Yesterday

    Freelance agitators promote Russia’s agenda abroad, getting their backing from tycoons and others, not the state itself....

  11. Afloat on the Erie Canal: Sonar Gear, Ferris Wheel Parts and Beer Tanks Metro, Yesterday

    The canal, long relegated as a recreational byway, has had a rebound in commercial shipping for odd and oversize cargo....

  12. Donald Trump: The Gateway Degenerate Editorial, Today

    Republicans in the age of Trump have sadly moved away from morality as a viable concept....

  13. Trump’s Energy, Low and Dirty Editorial, Today

    Risking the planet to keep a lie alive....

  14. In Praise of Lost Causes Op Ed, Today

    Futilely resisting a corrupt world is not a matter of common sense, but of conscience....

  15. North Korea Fires Missile That Lands in Sea Between Korea and Japan Foreign, Yesterday

    The apparent test of a ballistic missile that landed near Japan comes a week after the test of another ballistic missile....

  16. Takuma Sato Narrowly Wins the Indianapolis 500 on a Day of Crashes Sports, Yesterday

    Sato, the first champion from Japan, is a 40-year-old former Formula One driver who has just one other victory in IndyCar racing....

  17. The Coat of Arms Said ‘Integrity.’ Now It Says ‘Trump.’ Business, Yesterday

    The emblem used by the Trump Organization in the United States had to be changed in Britain, since it belongs to another family....

  18. Why ‘Brexit’ Will Make Britain’s Mediocre Economy Worse Op Ed, Today

    You may have heard that Britain is going to conquer world markets. The reality is rather different.

  19. A New Drug for A.L.S., but the Diagnosis Remains Dire Science, Today

    Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig’s disease, still has no cure.

  20. Merkel, After Discordant G-7 Meeting, Is Looking Past Trump Foreign, Yesterday

    After President Trump declined to endorse NATO’s doctrine of collective defense and the Paris climate pact, the German leader said Europe should “take our fate into our own hands.”...

  21. How a Candy Heir Sneaked Into Pro Hockey and Made His Name as a ‘Savage’ Sports, Today

    Nello Ferrara was being groomed to take the reins of a famed confectioner, but chose to cobble together a decade-long career with 19 minor league teams....

  22. Science Needs a Solution for the Temptation of Positive Results Upshot, Today

    The push to achieve new and exciting findings is one reason researchers are having trouble confirming prior studies.

  23. Luxury Goods Market Will Return to Growth in 2017, Bain Report Says Styles, Today

    The sector is expected to benefit from Chinese consumer spending, a return of tourism confidence in Europe and efforts by luxury brands to cater to millennials....

  24. In Nature, Cockroaches Don’t Die Belly Up Science, Today

    The supine position disgusted homeowners often find them in is a result of two domestic features: insecticides and flat floors....

  25. Al Franken Has Been Sitting on Jokes for a Decade. Now He’s Ready to Tell Them. Book Review, Today

    “Al Franken, Giant of the Senate” is the story of how Franken pretended to be a serious person in public even as his inner comic monologue never stopped running....

  26. Greening Your Summer Vacation Travel, Today

    Tips on how to be an ecotourist....

  27. David Sedaris’s Diaries Track a Path From Struggle to Success Book Review, Today

    “Theft by Finding” compiles the author’s journal entries from 1977 to 2002....

  28. 52 Places to Go: A Bird’s Eye View in Laikipia Video, Today

    Here are three ways to spy wildlife, large and small, in the Laikipia region of Kenya....

  29. Photos, Gardens, Birds, Trees: What’s Happening in the Great Outdoors Book Review, Today

    A selection of books, for practical use and pleasure reading, that will take readers from their own gardens far into the great outdoors....

  30. Lemon White Pizza, Smothered Pork Chops, Pea Guacamole: 10 Takes on What to Cook This Summer Book Review, Today

    The best of this spring’s cookbooks remind us of the meaning and value of home-cooked meals....

  31. Three Men Stood Up to Anti-Muslim Attack. Two Paid With Their Lives. National, Yesterday

    The victims in Friday’s attack were an Army veteran, a recent college graduate and a poet who spoke out against anti-Muslim prejudice....

  32. Floods in Sri Lanka Displace Half a Million Foreign, Yesterday

    Residents along the banks of three rivers were ordered to evacuate, and more rain is expected in the coming days....

  33. W.H.O.’s Identity Crisis Editorial, Today

    Global health may depend on an African malaria expert elected to lead the agency as it tries to recover from missteps and funding shortfalls....

  34. Isn’t Some of the Trump Hotel Profit Ours? Editorial, Today

    Remember when he said he’d keep things constitutional by donating profits from foreign guests? You didn’t believe him, did you?...

  35. We All Have Pre-existing Conditions Op Ed, Today

    Before Obamacare, insurers often labeled minor maladies pre-existing conditions. Republican health care bills could return us to those days....

  36. What’s on TV Monday: ‘Still Star-Crossed’ and ‘Michael Jackson’ Culture, Today

    A Romeo and Juliet series from the Shonda Rhimes universe. And a notable Michael Jackson impersonator makes his acting debut as the King of Pop....

  37. Reported Talks by Jared Kushner With Russia Would Be ‘Good Thing,’ Trump Official Says National, Yesterday

    John F. Kelly, the homeland security secretary, played down reports of a back channel. The president, meanwhile, resumed using Twitter as a weapon....

  38. Kevin Kisner Holds Off Jordan Spieth to Win the Colonial Sports, Today

    Kisner, 33, earned his second victory on the PGA Tour by shooting a four-under-par 66 to finish one stroke ahead of Spieth, the defending champion, and two others....

  39. Mets’ Matt Harvey Shows Mettle in Beating the Pirates Sports, Today

    Harvey improved his E.R.A. to 4.95, limiting Pittsburgh to one run over six innings and working his way out of jams in the fourth and the fifth....

  40. War Hero’s Family Suing in Its Decades-Long Fight to Identify Remains National, Today

    The family of Alexander Nininger, the first Medal of Honor recipient in World War II, has contended for decades that he is buried in Manila as an “unknown.”...

  41. Have a Day Off? Tackle Your Financial To-Do List Business, Yesterday

    Suggestions from The Times’s personal finance columnist on how to spent part of your start-of-summer holiday....

  42. Melania Trump, in Supporting Role, Shows Subdued Star Power on Trip Foreign, Yesterday

    Mrs. Trump’s travels with the president were something of a coming-out party, which may offer clues to what kind of first lady she could become....

  43. The Spurious Scandal of ‘Communism for Kids’ Op Ed, Yesterday

    Far from being a work of sinister propaganda, the book tries to imagine a future without the horrors of the past....

  44. Robert Pattinson Knows What You Think, but He Can Work With That Culture, Yesterday

    “Twilight” is in the rearview mirror, but he stands by the series even as he’s celebrated at Cannes for his turn as an inept bad guy in “Good Time.”...

  45. Senior P.G.A. Championship, Held at Trump National Golf Club, Draws Protests National, Yesterday

    Despite continuing criticism, President Trump has rejected calls to fully divest from his family’s golfing empire, which reportedly accounts for about half of his personal revenue....

  46. Taliban Target: Scholars of Islam Foreign, Yesterday

    There has been an uptick in the killing of scholars as the Taliban have intensified their efforts to disrupt the Afghan government....

  47. ‘The Square’ Wins Top Prize at Cannes; Sofia Coppola Is Best Director Culture, Yesterday

    Directed by Ruben Ostlund, “The Square” was a surprise winner of the Palme d’Or. With “The Beguiled,” Ms. Coppola became the second woman in the festival’s history to win the directing prize....

  48. In China, Umbrellas and Basketballs Join the Sharing Economy Business, Yesterday

    Buoyed by the success of car- and bike-sharing companies and fueled with cash, Chinese start-ups are entering what some see as a sharing bubble....

  49. ‘The Leftovers’ Season 3, Episode 7: Bombs Away Culture, Yesterday

    The penultimate episode brings a shadow reality in the form of a dream....

  50. The Future of European Transit: Driverless and Utilitarian Business, Yesterday

    Across Europe, some fledgling driverless projects are focused on utilitarian self-driving vehicles for mass transit that barely exceed walking pace....

  51. Quotation of the Day: Wary of Trump, Merkel Says U.S. Is Less Reliable Summary, Yesterday

    Quotation of the Day for Monday, May 29, 2017....

  52. Canada’s Conservatives Choose a Man of Mystery as Their Leader Foreign, Yesterday

    Andrew Scheer won leadership of the Conservative Party with a platform light on promises. He could be prime minister if he can defeat Justin Trudeau’s Liberals in 2019....

  53. A Monday Holiday Around the World, and May Hiring Data Is Due Business, Yesterday

    Many financial markets will close for national holidays. As for jobs, Wall Street analysts expect that 176,000 people joined the work force....

  54. John Severson, Surfer Who Illustrated Allure of Waves, Dies at 83 Sports, Yesterday

    Mr. Severson founded Surfer magazine in 1962 and created paintings, films and photographs depicting the surfing lifestyle....

  55. For Paris Wild Card Sandgren, Tennys Is Also the Name of His Game Sports, Yesterday

    The first name of the 25-year-old American, who lost in his Grand Slam main-draw debut at the French Open, is pronounced the same as the sport....

  56. On Walks to Mound, the Mets Pitching Coach Brings Along Wisdom and Wit Sports, Yesterday

    When a pitcher is struggling, as has happened all too often this season for New York, Dan Warthen pays a visit, looking to straighten out a mess any way he can....

  57. Sheridan Expressway Shortcut Metro, Yesterday

    A fond memory of an unloved stretch of road....

  58. Trump’s Proposed Budget Cuts Trouble Bioterrorism Experts National, Yesterday

    One aspect of national security would be shortchanged in the president’s budget proposal: protecting against deadly pathogens, man-made or natural....

  59. As Iran and U.S. Leaders Trade Barbs, Big Deals Proceed Foreign, Yesterday

    While Trump calls for Iran’s isolation and Khamenei snipes in return, the two sides are inking billion-dollar deals and keeping lines of communication open....

  60. Jared Martin, Who Played Dusty Farlow on ‘Dallas,’ Dies at 75 Culture, Yesterday

    Mr. Martin also appeared in a number of popular television shows, including episodes of “The Love Boat,” “Magnum P.I.” and “Murder, She Wrote.”...

  61. Navy Parachutist Dies During Demonstration Over Jersey City Metro, Yesterday

    The parachutist, a member of the elite Leap Frogs team, plunged into the Hudson River as hundreds watched from Liberty State Park....

  62. Tickets to Visit Lady Liberty: Eking Out a Living Insider, Yesterday

    Who are these ticket-sellers? How is their business organized? It sounded like a newspaper story....

  63. Brands Expand Into New Niches With Care, but Not Without Risk Business, Yesterday

    A growing number of companies are putting their names on areas outside their expertise, like real estate, but experts caution that missteps could taint an image....

  64. No Corrections: May 29, 2017 Corrections, Yesterday

    No corrections appeared in print on Monday, May 29, 2017....

  65. Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of May 29 Business, Yesterday

    The following tax-exempt fixed-income issues are scheduled for pricing this week....

  66. Viewership Peaks Games, Yesterday

    Jeff Chen and Seth Geltman assure us that everything’s great....

  67. Aaron Judge’s Grand Slam Leads Yankees Over Athletics Sports, Yesterday

    Judge’s 16th homer of the season tied him for the major league lead and was the decisive blow in the Yankees’ victory....

  68. N.H.L. Playoffs: What You’ll See in the Stanley Cup Finals Sports, Yesterday

    While the Pittsburgh Penguins are looking to repeat as champs, the Nashville Predators are intent on their very first title....

  69. Women-Only Screenings of ‘Wonder Woman’ Sell Out and Prompt Complaints Culture, Yesterday

    The Alamo Drafthouse will host several screenings of “Wonder Woman” for women only. The decision received both criticism and support online....

  70. Misty Copeland’s Down-to-Earth Debuts in ‘Don Quixote’ and ‘Giselle’ Culture, Yesterday

    As with many of Ms. Copeland’s performances, she was best in low-pressure moments, and more captivating as an actor than a dancer....

  71. ‘Still Star-Crossed’ Goes Beyond Romeo and Juliet Culture, Yesterday

    This new ABC drama from Shondaland imagines a Shakespearean sequel with feuding families, a beleaguered prince and, of course, romance....

  72. Tell Us 5 Things About Your Book: Ben Falcone on the Father-Son Bond Culture, Yesterday

    In “Being a Dad Is Weird,” the comedic actor and screenwriter juxtaposes his childhood in Illinois with modern-day fatherhood in Los Angeles....

  73. A Dance Contest With 2 Rihannas in ‘Ducklings’ Culture, Yesterday

    Amina Henry’s new play at Jack is about a greedy but not particularly bright entrepreneur and four determined dancers who compete in Pittsburgh....

  74. Not So Fast! Uber, Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon Letters, Yesterday

    Deans at Carnegie Mellon write that much of the technology for self-driving cars was developed at their university....

  75. Uber for the Elderly Letters, Yesterday

    A reader says the service is a solution for when she can no longer drive....

  76. Why Is Student Debt So High? Letters, Yesterday

    Readers cite out-of-control college costs and discuss the particular issues of women in debt and the lack of respect for vocational careers....

  77. Truck Driving Is a Road to the Middle Class Letters, Yesterday

    The industry association and a truck driver discuss the benefits and worth of the job....

  78. A Law That Sets Time Limits for Public Monuments Letters, Yesterday

    A reader suggests a way to avoid future controversies....

  79. Owners Vow to Rebuild Long Island Bar Frequented by Kerouac Metro, Yesterday

    At Gunther’s Tap Room, which was gutted by fire, Jack Kerouac was known as a barfly, not the king of the Beats. The owners say they hope to restore the no-frills bar “as close as possible.”...

  80. Army Fraud Crackdown Uses Broad Net to Catch Small Fish, Some Unfairly National, Yesterday

    An inquiry into an incentive effort for the National Guard has targeted hundreds of soldiers and charged more than 150, but found only a fraction of the estimated fraud....

  81. The Motive in a Manhattan Shooting? The Statue of Liberty Metro, Yesterday

    An unlikely turf battle at the bottom of Manhattan is being fought over the Statue of Liberty. There have been several assaults and most recently a shooting....

  82. Bangladesh Orders Statue of Woman at Supreme Court Put Back Up Foreign, Yesterday

    Two days after giving in to Islamist pressure, the authorities flip-flopped, saying the statue should be re-erected in a less prominent place....

  83. Petra Kvitova Triumphs in an Emotional Comeback at the French Open Sports, Yesterday

    Kvitova beat Julia Boserup, 6-3, 6-2, in her first competitive tennis match since a home intruder attacked her with a knife. The top-seeded Angelique Kerber made history with a loss....

  84. Hackers Hide Cyberattacks in Social Media Posts Business, Yesterday

    A recent attack on the accounts of Defense Department employees suggests how easily people can be duped into clicking on dangerous links....

  85. Philippine Military Recovers 16 Bodies in City Besieged by ISIS-Linked Militants Foreign, Yesterday

    The discovery underlined the civilian toll from the fight to retake control of Marawi City from the clutches of militants as fighting continued for the sixth day....

  86. V.A.’s Exclusion of Vets Letters, Yesterday

    A veterans advocate writes that it is the V.A. that decides who will get services and who will not....

  87. ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ Sequel Tops Box Office as ‘Baywatch’ Flops Culture, Yesterday

    “Dead Men Tell No Tales,” the latest film in the “Pirates” franchise, overcame poor reviews. “Baywatch” continued a string of lackluster TV adaptations....

  88. Muslim Women in India Challenge ‘Instant Divorce’ Law Foreign, Yesterday

    Local Muslim authorities defend the traditional practice, in which a man can divorce his wife by saying “talaq” three times. But women do not have the same right....

  89. Eight Die, Including Police Officer, in Mississippi Shootings National, Yesterday

    A suspect, Willie Cory Godbolt, 35, was being held in custody after the shootings at three locations....

  90. One Thing LeBron James Can’t Win: A Comparison With Michael Jordan Sports, Yesterday

    By playing in different eras, the outspoken James and the follow-the-rules Jordan are like apples and oranges....

  91. What to Cook This Week Dining, Yesterday

    You might need a break after the Memorial Day rush, but you could also make something simple, like green garlic toast or stir-fried rainbow peppers....

  92. British Airways Flight Disruptions Persist for 2nd Day Foreign, Yesterday

    The airline’s chief executive apologized for the delays and ruined travel plans of thousands of people after a global technological glitch....

  93. As Gas Stations Vanish, Harlem Sees Gentrification Creeping In Metro, Yesterday

    On a stretch of Upper Manhattan where three stations have been sold since 2015, residents are asking, “What’s going to happen to the neighborhood?”...

  94. Suspect Is Held as 8 Die in Mississippi Shootings National, Yesterday

    The state authorities say a suspect is in custody after eight people, including a sheriff’s deputy, were killed....

  95. In Myanmar, a Lake That Sustained Generations Feels Strains Foreign, Yesterday

    Indawgyi Lake in the remote north has drawn the same environmental and conflict-related challenges that are stressing Myanmar as a whole....