Headlines Edition

Tuesday headlines: The Devil in Helsinki.

President Trump backed Vladimir Putin on the subject of hacking US elections and many people expressed alarm.

Video: President Trump kicked off his Putin summit with a friendly wink.

Even Newt Gingrich said Trump siding with the Kremlin against his own government was “the most serious mistake of his presidency.”

Dictionary.com trolled Trump with a traitor tweet.

Donald “Russia First” Trump wants you to know that America is a very stupid country. He’s right.

What Trump was really trying to say to Putin: “Thank you.” If only we knew why.

The same Russian service accused of hacking our election may have been behind Britain's nerve agent attack.

Spreading accurate information about ballot-box stuffing is not the same as spreading disinformation about Hillary Clinton’s imaginary involvement in a child-molesting ring at a pizza parlor. In case someone—such as your president—tells you Russia and America are morally equivalent.

Michiko Kakutani blames Trump on postmodernism.

The National Intelligence Director says the "warning lights are blinking red" for a major cyber attack.

Four key takeaways from Mueller’s charging of 12 Russian intelligence officers with election-hacking.

Jon Wertheim offers 50 "parting thoughts" from Wimbledon 2018.

As kids play more video games, participation in youth sports declines. Soccer's feeling it hardest.

Norway is the only major economy in Europe where young people are getting markedly richer.

Chinese media outlets are under strict rules not to upset Trump or the Chinese public with talk of the trade war.

Virtual reality therapy proves successful in treating people with a fear of heights.

Construction workers unearthed a “huge granite sarcophagus” in Egypt. The lid alone weighs 15 metric tons.

Artist Wacław Szpakowski drew abstract labyrinths, "each one produced from a single continuous line."

From Borat to the Puppy Pistol, Sacha Baron Cohen’s new show is “best when it’s not funny.”

Liberals undermine their moral position when they fall back on homophobia to make fun of Trump.

Creative director Veronica Ditting describes her favorite magazine covers.

Research shows that high temperatures not only make you lethargic, they make your mind slower too.