From The New York Times Opinion Section: "Donald J. Trump vowed to drain the swamp, but this bill is pure swamp."

The Trump Elite. Like the Old Elite, but Worse!
We're live from Taksim Square in Istanbul where we're discussing next month's referendum on whether to expand President Erdogan’s powers. Click to leave your questions.

Live in Istanbul: Debating Turkey’s Political Future
Bao Bao has had to learn Mandarin with a Sichuan accent and get used to steamed cornbread buns, in place of the biscuits she was used to in the U.S.

Bao Bao, an American-Born Panda, Steps Out in China
The spy software It would act as a "listening post," broadcasting the user's activities to the CIA whenever the machine was connected to the internet.

C.I.A. Developed Tools to Spy on Mac Computers, WikiLeaks Disclosure Shows
After failing to find widespread voter fraud, Republicans are now saying the "perception" of voter fraud is a reason for voter ID laws.

One Rationale for Voter ID Debunked, G.O.P. Has Another
The Trump Organization scored a major victory on Thursday.

Trump Hotel in Washington Does Not Violate Lease, U.S. Says
Breaking News: The Donald J. Trump administration said it would issue a permit for construction of the long-disputed Keystone oil pipeline.

U.S., in Reversal, Issues Permit for Keystone Oil Pipeline
Lawmakers will have to clear several hurdles before it's ready for President Donald J. Trump's signature.

Even if Health Bill Passes the House, It Still Has a Way to Go
From The New York Times Opinion Section: "We now know that President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia attacked American democracy by meddling in the 2016 election. Did he enlist American mercenaries?"

Following the Russian Money
It was supposed to be a historic day for Republicans.

‘The Daily’: So Much for That Vote, for Now
The London attacker, born Adrian Russell Ajao, was 52 years old, married, and known to his neighbors as a quiet man who often mowed the lawn.

London Police Make ‘Significant’ Arrests in Attack Inquiry
"I think normal life takes over. You can’t live like that. You might have fear but you can’t stop doing things."

‘Defiant’ in the Face of Terrorism: Londoners After the Attack
Breaking News: Hosni Mubarak, the former Egyptian president who was ousted in 2011, is free after a long effort to hold him accountable for rights abuses.

Hosni Mubarak Is Freed, Crushing Egyptians’ Fading Hopes of Justice
"This was the demonstrative murder of a witness, common for the Kremlin," Ukraine's prosecutor general said.

A Russian Critic of Putin Is Assassinated in Ukraine
We're live with Bao Bao, the American-born panda, who's making her debut at China's national panda center in Chengdu. The 205-pound panda is on display in her new home, after spending more than 3 years at Washington's National Zoo. Leave your questions in the comments, and NYT researcher Karoline Kan will ask some.
It might look a bit silly on Earth. But floating weightless in space, this work of art looks fragile, even magical.

A Space Odyssey: Making Art Up There
Pope Francis officially recognized a miracle linked to a young brother and sister who said, 100 years ago, that the Virgin Mary appeared to them in Portugal.

Fátima Siblings Near Sainthood as Pope Francis Approves Miracle
From The New York Times Opinion Section: "Most French voters remain in favor of union membership and the euro. But given her program, the very election of Marine Le Pen would change the game."

What a Le Pen Win Would Look Like
Hours after the terrorist attack in London, people on social media thought they had identified the assailant.

Social Media Sleuths Fail Again: The London Attacker Who Wasn’t
Beijing is pushing Chinese firms to invest in U.S. start-ups specializing in technology with potential military applications, a new report says.

China Bets on Sensitive U.S. Start-Ups, Worrying the Pentagon