Latest News Robert Indiana, 89, Who Turned ‘Love’ Into Enduring Art, Is Dead 2018-05-22T04:20:39.000000000+00:00 Mr. Indiana’s depiction of the letters L, O, V and E was one of the best-known images of the 20th century, widely reproduced but also widely imitated. Europe Edition: Grenfell, China, Genome: Your Tuesday Briefing 2018-05-22T04:17:08.000000000+00:00 Here’s what you need to know to start your day. Australian Archbishop Found Guilty of Sexual Abuse Cover-Up 2018-05-22T03:26:33.000000000+00:00 Archbishop Philip Wilson became the highest-ranking Catholic official to be convicted of concealing child sexual abuse. He faces two years in prison. Sony to Buy Additional 60% Stake in EMI Music Publishing 2018-05-22T03:25:05.000000000+00:00 Sony agreed to buy Mubadala Investment Company’s stake in EMI Music Publishing, a deal that reflects a music business that has been revitalized by streaming. Man Agrees to Plead Guilty to Killing 5 at Fort Lauderdale Airport 2018-05-22T03:23:27.000000000+00:00 Prosecutors say Esteban Santiago will plead guilty to 11 counts and serve five consecutive life sentences, followed by 120 years in prison, in connection with a 2017 rampage. News Analysis: Trump Team’s Mueller Strategy: Limit the Investigation and Attack the Investigators 2018-05-22T01:47:35.000000000+00:00 “They have now decided that they need to be more proactive, more aggressive and more anticipatory,” says Alan Dershowitz, the Harvard Law School professor emeritus. Op-Ed Columnist: Stop Giving Trump the Benefit of the Doubt 2018-05-22T01:42:23.000000000+00:00 The Korean summit meeting is a mess. Just like everything else. How to Win an Election in Venezuela: Control the Food 2018-05-22T01:39:24.000000000+00:00 Subsidized eggs and frozen chickens may help to explain why President Nicolás Maduro stayed in power. Our correspondents followed his supporters as they enticed undernourished citizens to vote for Mr. Maduro in exchange for food. Bankers Hate the Volcker Rule. Now, It Could Be Watered Down. 2018-05-22T01:28:38.000000000+00:00 Softening the rule, which prohibits banks from making speculative but profitable wagers, is part of the White House’s deregulatory push. Dovey Johnson Roundtree, Barrier-Breaking Lawyer, Dies at 104 2018-05-22T01:28:19.000000000+00:00 Though little recognized, Ms. Roundtree won advances for black people and women at the bar of justice, challenging the Jim Crow society she knew too well.