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Amid Growing Uproar, Poland to Remove 27 Supreme Court Justices

Amid Growing Uproar, Poland to Remove 27 Supreme Court Justices

Malgorzata Gersdorf in her office in Warsaw on Wednesday, days before she was to be forced out as president of Poland’s Supreme Court. “I don’t want to say that I am terrified,” she said. “But without
If Ronaldo Can’t Beat Uruguay, the Least He Can Do Is Pay Taxes

If Ronaldo Can’t Beat Uruguay, the Least He Can Do Is Pay Taxes

Ronaldo reacts during a football match between Uruguay and Portugal at the Fisht Stadium in Sochi on June 30, 2018.
Can the Saudis Break Up With Wahhabism?

Can the Saudis Break Up With Wahhabism?

Portraits of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, left, King Salman bin Abdulaziz and former Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Nayef on the wall of a restaurant in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Najib Razak, Malaysia’s Ex-Prime Minister, Is Arrested Amid Corruption Inquiry

Najib Razak, Malaysia’s Ex-Prime Minister, Is Arrested Amid Corruption Inquiry

Former Prime Minister Najib Razak arriving Wednesday morning at a courthouse in Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysian capital. He was charged with corruption and criminal breach of trust.
Nonfiction: The Woman Whose Hair Frightens Iran

Nonfiction: The Woman Whose Hair Frightens Iran

Masih Alinejad in her Brooklyn neighborhood in May.
An ICE Raid Leaves an Iowa Town Divided Along Faith Lines

An ICE Raid Leaves an Iowa Town Divided Along Faith Lines

The president’s immigration policies created a sharp, unexpected fracture in Mount Pleasant, Iowa, after federal agents raided a concrete plant in the town. “Relationships and everything are all of a
Summer’s Most Style-Savvy Movie Is a Cartoon

Summer’s Most Style-Savvy Movie Is a Cartoon

The great room of the house in “Incredibles 2.”
The 52 Places Traveler: Place 20 of 52: On an Icelandic Road Trip, Mossy Moonscapes and More

The 52 Places Traveler: Place 20 of 52: On an Icelandic Road Trip, Mossy Moonscapes and More

Clockwise from top right: pizza at Café Riis in Holmavik; Lucas Peterson on his horse, Ylur; approaching the Blue Lagoon; an elf house at the Secret Lagoon.
When Health Insurance Prices Rose Last Year, Around a Million Americans Dropped Coverage

When Health Insurance Prices Rose Last Year, Around a Million Americans Dropped Coverage

Signing up for health insurance in Dallas last year during the Affordable Care Act’s open enrollment period.
Dead of AIDS and Forgotten in Potter’s Field

Dead of AIDS and Forgotten in Potter’s Field

At the end of a clearing on Hart Island, an island off the Bronx where New York City buries its unclaimed dead, is a section where people who died of AIDS were buried during the height of epidemic in
The First Time: Shirley Manson: The First Time I Cut Myself

The First Time: Shirley Manson: The First Time I Cut Myself

The singer Shirley Manson’s band Garbage just released a 20th anniversary reissue of its second album, “Version 2.0.”
Lens: Susan Meiselas: Breaching Boundaries in Photography

Lens: Susan Meiselas: Breaching Boundaries in Photography

Wedding reception in the countryside, Santiago Nonualco, El Salvador, 1983.
Archbishop Philip Wilson Is Sentenced for Sexual Abuse Cover-Up in Australia

Archbishop Philip Wilson Is Sentenced for Sexual Abuse Cover-Up in Australia

Archbishop Philip Wilson of Adelaide, Australia, was sentenced Tuesday for covering up a claim of sexual abuse dating back decades.
The Political Earthquake About to Hit Germany

The Political Earthquake About to Hit Germany

German Chancellor Angela Merkel leaves a press conference after a Christian Democratic Union's (CDU) board meeting at the party's headquarters Konrad-Adenauer-Haus, in Berlin, Germany, last month.