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In The New York Times Opinion Section, Op-Ed Columnist Paul Krugman writes: "The Trump administration has been terrorizing families and children, abandoning all norms of human decency, in response to an immigration crisis that doesn’t even exist."

There’s no immigration crisis, just a hatred crisis.
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President Trump said his administration would work to house immigrant minors safely, but that "we should return them back home."

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A concert/rave/Pride party, a variety show at a Russian supper club and more fun things to do this weekend in NYC. Yes, yes, yes-yes-yes-yes.

This week we’ve got a lot to celebrate: Pride, of course, but also the first official week of summer. Join us!
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ABC is planning a “Roseanne” spinoff without Roseanne Barr, less than a month after canceling the revival because of the star’s racist tweet.

The show was canceled last month after the star’s racist tweet. A version of the series will return in the fall, without her.
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Our fashion columnist Vanessa Friedman on Melania Trump's jacket: "Here’s the thing: The first lady has had some experience with the attention paid when she boards planes. She knows everyone is going to be watching."

Melania Trump’s excursion in a Zara jacket did not send a hidden message. It was there for all to see.
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Europe struck back at the U.S., escalating a trade war by imposing tariffs on $3.2 billion of American goods like bourbon and motorcycles.

The European counterattack, a response to the administration’s measures on steel and aluminum, adds another front to a trade war that has engulfed allies and adversaries around the world.
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The Phoenix Suns took the Arizona big man Deandre Ayton with the first pick in the NBA draft. Stay here for live updates and analysis.

The 2018 N.B.A draft may be the most unpredictable in several years, with every pick outside of Phoenix at No. 1 up for grabs. Stay here for live updates and analysis.
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"I'm here to learn about your facility." Melania Trump traveled to McAllen, Texas, as her husband’s administration scrambled to execute his latest executive order aimed at ending the separation of families at the border.

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Charles Krauthammer has died at 68. A Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, he was one of the most prominent conservative voices in the U.S.

A former liberal, he abandoned psychiatry for journalism and overcame tragedy to become an independent-minded political commentator.
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One common reaction to Melania Trump's jacket was bafflement: What was she thinking? No, really, what was she thinking?

She is the first member of the Trump family to visit such a facility since a national debate broke out over the administration’s policy.
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A growing network of booking agencies and community groups have helped bring female DJs into the spotlight.

“Now a woman on a main stage is normal. But when I started it was, like, no one,” said Nina Kraviz, pictured here playing a set on the Great Wall of China. https://nyti.ms/2tqqTll

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Napa Valley, a delightful landscape of wildflowers and grapevines spread across miles of rolling hills, is flaunting a more dynamic and fashionable face.

The venerable vineyards and Michelin-starred restaurants in this California enclave are what everyone comes for. But there are also craft beer breweries, upstart restaurants and, yes, new wineries to explore.
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What does the future hold for the ISIS recruit who confessed to murder? And what does he believe now?

A new audio series following Rukmini Callimachi as she reports on the Islamic State and the fall of Mosul. Times subscribers get early access to each episode. This series includes disturbing language and scenes of graphic violence.
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This summery recipe from Jacques Pépin couldn't be easier.

This exquisitely simple recipe from Jacques Pépin first appeared in The Times in 1991, and couldn't be easier The zucchini is gently roasted until tender, then tossed with salt, pepper, white wine vinegar and oil It's the perfect treatment for almost any summer squash.
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"As a child, I thought all gay people were white."

Why do no gay people look like me? Jamal Jordan, a black digital editor at The Times, lamented growing up. So as an adult, he decided to give a gift to his younger self: the imagery of queer love.
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The Defense Department has started deducting premiums from the monthly income of more than 19,000 disabled vets for a benefit similar to life insurance. Some say it’s almost impossible to opt out, and now they’re in debt.

The Defense Department has started deducting premiums from the monthly income of more than 19,000 disabled veterans for a benefit similar to life insurance. Some say it’s almost impossible to opt out, and now they’re in debt.
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Lionel Messi and Argentina were crushed by Croatia, 3-0, a defeat that put their World Cup survival in serious jeopardy.

Luka Modric led a balanced attack for Croatia, who have now qualified for the next round. Argentina will need some help.
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Breaking News: Federal health officials asked the Pentagon to prepare to house as many as 20,000 unaccompanied migrant children on military bases.

The Pentagon has been assessing whether bases can be used to house both families and children detained at the border, as President Trump criticized what he called “extremist, open-border Democrats.”
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John Oliver criticized China on "The Late Show." So China censored John Oliver on the Weibo social media service.

The name of the “Last Week Tonight” host became a banned term on the Weibo social media service after he took China’s human rights record and President Xi Jinping to task.
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