Anthony Scaramucci, Russia, John Kelly: Your Tuesday Briefing

Mr. Kelly, a retired four-star Marine general who presided over Mr. Trump’s crackdown on illegal immigration, must now instill order on a staff whose infighting has grown toxic.

Mr. Trump insisted in a tweet that, despite appearances, there was no chaos in his administration.

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Syrian children born and raised under the Islamic State have experienced and witnessed astonishing brutality. Those freed are struggling to leave the trauma behind.

At makeshift camps beyond the control of ISIS, small boys wearing black bandannas still play at being ISIS fighters.

“You don’t see children living their normal age,” one observer said. “You see grown-up men.”

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Our team in Australia looks at a how a viral video of lawn bowlers doing a Beyoncé dance, above, has drawn attention to their plight: They may be losing their bowling lanes to Melbourne’s hot real estate market.

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And most tourists to Hong Kong rush to fancy restaurants and shops, but the more adventurous types join guide Alla Lau on a subversive tour of the city’s less glamorous underbelly.

Ms. Lau educates visitors about her native city’s unpaid domestic workers, freewheeling street vendors and raucous politics.

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Employees at the Techtonic Group in Boulder, Colo. The company once relied on offshore services, but has made nurturing local talent a priority.

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American companies long saved money by hiring people in faraway cubicle farms in India or other countries. Some of those jobs are being outsourced again — in the United States. Above, Americans training in Colorado.

• Discovery will buy Scripps Networks Interactive, the owner of Food Network and HGTV, for $11.9 billion. The deal comes amid broad consolidation in the media and telecommunications industries.

• Air travel trouble: A federal court directed American aviation regulators to address what a judge called “the Case of the Incredible Shrinking Airline Seat.”

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