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Amid the Kale and Corn, Fears of White Supremacy at the Farmers’ Market

Protests and counterprotests have jolted a market in Indiana where activists now hand out buttons that say “Don’t Buy Veggies From Nazis.”

In Pittsburgh, a Bookstore Where ‘Freewheeling Curiosity’ Reigns

At a shop that at times functioned as a sanctuary after the Tree of Life shooting, the owner sees his job as “a moral obligation.”

Trump’s Pittsburgh Speech Was a Paying Gig for Audience

Union workers were told attendance wasn’t mandatory, but if they didn’t come, they would lose some of their expected pay for the week.

How Stephen Miller Rode an Anti-Immigration Wave to the White House

Behind Mr. Miller’s singular grip on the Trump anti-immigrant agenda are forces far bigger than his own hostility toward the foreign-born.

Portland Protests: City Braces for Clash Between Far Right and Antifa

Conservative groups are urging the United States to label Antifa a domestic terrorist group. President Trump said the city was “being watched very closely.”

Man Charged in Connection With Rice Cooker Scare, Police Say

The man, who was found in the Bronx on Saturday, faces three charges of placing a false bomb.

A Summer Camp on the Border, Where the Border Crisis Feels Far Away

These teenagers, many the children of migrants, are growing up in the shadow of a national conversation about immigration. They feel the stereotypes. But at camp, “it’s way different.”

Israel’s Alliance With Trump Creates New Tensions Among American Jews

Religious leaders see President Trump’s influence over the Israeli prime minister becoming a wedge issue in the Jewish community.

The Completely Reasonable Reason People Are Flying With Mini Horses

The Department of Transportation’s declaration that miniature horses should be prioritized as service animals has raised many questions.

Hickenlooper Exits as O’Rourke Presses On: This Week in the 2020 Race

John Hickenlooper said he would give “serious thought” to a Senate run, Beto O’Rourke reset the focus of his campaign and Stacey Abrams laid out her 2020 plans.

Joseph Kennedy III Said to Be Eying Edward Markey’s Massachusetts Senate Seat

Mr. Kennedy, the grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, paid for a poll last month to test his prospects against Mr. Markey, a Democratic official said.

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