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A portrait of Kim Il-sung, the founding leader of North Korea, was carried during a parade in Pyongyang on Saturday.

China Warns of ‘Storm Clouds Gathering’ in U.S.-North Korea Standoff

By GERRY MULLANY, CHRIS BUCKLEY and DAVID E. SANGER

Beijing urged an end to “mutual provocation and threats,” cautioning that tensions on the Korean Peninsula could run out of control.

Secret Service agents walked along the roof of the White House last month, seen through a fence along the northern boundary of the grounds.

White House to Keep Its Visitor Logs Secret

By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS

The White House also said it was ending the contract for the website that contains the visitor log data as well as financial disclosure and salary information for employees.

Supporters attended a presidential campaign rally for the National Front leader, Marine Le Pen, in Lyon, France, in February. Ms. Le Pen has been working to sanitize the image of the party.

Le Pen’s Inner Circle Fuels Doubt About Bid to ‘Un-Demonize’ Her Party

By ADAM NOSSITER

Two of the French candidate’s associates have longtime links to Nazi sympathizers and have been central to the National Front’s campaign finance scandals.

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By MAURICE ISSERMAN

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Today’s Videos
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World
A billboard in Malatya, Turkey, featuring the nation's president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, for the

Turkey’s Erdogan: Democracy’s Savior or Saboteur?

By PATRICK KINGSLEY

That is the fundamental question Turkish voters will decide in Sunday’s vote on whether to expand the powers of the presidency.

Tourists at the Sacré-Coeur basilica at the top of Montmartre in Paris.

Paris Tourism Has Recovered From 2015 Attacks, Officials Say

By MILAN SCHREUER

Tourism fell after assaults in January and November 2015, but statistics suggest France will maintain its status as the world’s most-visited country.

Bring Back Our Girls campaigners protested on Thursday in Lagos, Nigeria, and called on the government to rescue the girls still held by Boko Haram.

Chibok Girls, 3 Years Later: Anguished Parents Still Wait

By IBRAHIM SAWAB and DIONNE SEARCEY

Despite government promises, more than 200 girls kidnapped from their school in Chibok, Nigeria, are still prisoners of a marauding, murderous terror group.

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U.S.
Megyn Kelly in 2016 while she was still at Fox News. She left the network to join NBC.

O’Reilly’s Behavior Said to Have Helped Drive Megyn Kelly Out at Fox

By EMILY STEEL and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT

Bill O’Reilly’s response to complaints about sexual harassment at Fox News prompted Ms. Kelly, a rising star at the network, to send an angry email to top executives. She later jumped to NBC.

A plain clothes California Highway Patrol detective, who had been marching with anti-police demonstrators in Oakland in 2014, aims his gun at protesters after some in the crowd identified him during an arrest.

Does a Uniform Keep Officers in Line? The Baltimore Chief Thinks So

By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG

The plainclothes ‘jump-out boys,’ long the subject of complaints, were disbanded after seven members were charged with stealing drugs, firearms and money.

A rally at the State Capitol in Little Rock on Friday against Arkansas's plans to carry out seven executions in 10 days.

Arkansas Judge Moves to Block Executions

By ALAN BLINDER

A judge’s order forbidding the use of an execution drug came on an afternoon of legal chaos concerning the pending execution of seven condemned killers in the state.

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Politics
President Trump boarding Air Force One, en route to Palm Beach, Fla., where he will spend the weekend at his Mar-a-Lago estate.

Focused on Trump’s Successes, Many Supporters Are Unfazed by His Reversals

By JEREMY W. PETERS

Some on the right say they feel betrayed, but others endorse the president’s lack of rigidity and are rallying around him under what they see as relentless attacks.

President Trump at a rally on March 20 in Louisville, Ky.

Trump Raises Millions for 2020 Re-election Bid

By MATTHEW HAAG and RACHEL SHOREY

Filings showed that Mr. Trump’s campaign and the Republican Party together brought in over $30 million in the first three months of the year.

Senator Claire McCaskill spoke at a town hall-style meeting on Thursday in Hannibal, Mo. President Trump won the state by 19 points.

McCaskill’s Survival Plan in Pro-Trump Missouri: Stay in the Center

By THOMAS KAPLAN

A vulnerable Democrat in an increasingly red state, Senator Claire McCaskill is seeking a third term by casting herself as someone who can bring polarized partisans together.

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Business
Betsy DeVos, the education secretary, is responsible for administering $1.3 trillion in federal student loans.

DeVos Halts Obama-Era Plan to Revamp Student Loan Management

By STACY COWLEY and JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG

In another reversal of previous policies, President Trump’s education secretary hit the reset button on a plan to streamline a much-maligned patchwork of loan servicers.

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College fairs can help a student apply for financial aid, but some families turn to advisers to help with the application or appeal the package offered.

To Trim the Tuition Bill, Haggle (or Hire a Haggler)

By LIZ MOYER

Many colleges are willing to reduce tuition, even beyond what has been offered in financial aid. And some advisers will help with that.

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Technology
Timothy D. Cook, Apple's chief executive, has been coy about the company's self-driving car project, known internally as Project Titan.

Apple Gets Permit to Test Self-Driving Cars in California

By VINDU GOEL

The permit is the clearest signal yet that the company wants to enter an intensely competitive sector by designing or building autonomous vehicle technology.

The wind farm BARD Offshore 1, 62 miles northwest of the German island of Borkum in the North Sea, in 2013.

Germany Strikes Offshore Wind Deals, Subsidy Not Included

By STANLEY REED

The Danish company Dong Energy has won the right to build two North Sea wind projects without government subsidies, a first for the industry.

An American Express ad with Robert De Niro in 2005. For decades, Amex has reaped enormous profits by telling its customers they are the cream of the moneyed crop.

Adventures in Capitalism

Amex, Challenged by Chase, Is Losing the Snob War

By CHARLES DUHIGG

Amex’s hold on the affluent fantasies of up-and-coming elites is starting to wobble as other credit card companies are beating it at its own game.

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