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Suicide Among Veterans Is Rising. But Millions for Outreach Went Unspent by V.A.
Suicide prevention efforts by the Department of Veterans Affairs fell off sharply in the last two years, with just $57,000 of $6.2 million of its media budget spent on outreach efforts.
By Dave Philipps
Honduran Migrant Seen Fleeing Tear Gas With Her Toddlers Is Now in U.S.
Maria Meza was allowed in to the border crossing at Otay Mesa, Calif., with her five children late Monday and is filing for asylum.
By Jennifer Medina
Penny Marshall, TV Sitcom Star and Hollywood Director, Dies at 75
Ms. Marshall made a mark in “Laverne & Shirley” and went on to direct “Big,” “Awakenings” and “A League of Their Own.”
By Anita Gates
Barca, Seafood With a View, Opens on Staten Island
Vietnamese barbecue from the couple behind Madame Vo, a food-hall offshoot from the owners of Fish Cheeks and more restaurant news.
By Florence Fabricant
9 Idyllic (and Newly Reopened) Caribbean Hotels to Visit Next Year
Following extensive renovations, some of the region’s most beloved resorts are now more enticing than ever.
By John Wogan
Trump Foundation to Close Amid Lawsuit Accusing It of ‘Willful Self-Dealing’
The agreement by the Donald J. Trump Foundation follows a court decision that allowed a lawsuit brought by the New York attorney general to move forward.
By Shane Goldmacher
Everyone Loves to Watch Zion Williamson Play. Maybe as Much as He Loves Playing.
The Duke freshman is earning comparisons to Charles Barkley, Shawn Kemp and, yes, even LeBron James and has everyone in basketball’s attention.
By Joe Drape
Tinder and Bumble Are Hungry for Your Love
The big online dating rebrand means the apps want you to fall in love with them now.
By Jonah Engel Bromwich
Set It and Forget It: How Better Contraception Could Be a Key to Reducing Poverty
Delaware’s ambitious bid to offer one-stop shopping for birth control is a social experiment that other states will be watching.
By Margot Sanger-Katz
What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘Ellen DeGeneres: Relatable’ and ‘Terrace House’
Catch Ellen DeGeneres’s return to stand-up on Netflix. Or watch new episodes of “Terrace House: Opening New Doors.”
By Sara Aridi