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The Other Names We Must Not Forget

The Other Names We Must Not Forget

Afghans carry the coffin of Arsala Jamal, governor of Logar Province, who was killed while giving a speech in a mosque in 2013.
A Christian Nationalist Blitz

A Christian Nationalist Blitz

Buddy Pilgrim at the first day of the 2016 Republican National Convention.
How’s Life in the War Zone? Not Great

How’s Life in the War Zone? Not Great

A vehicle pocked by shrapnel sits abandoned in Donetsk, which broke away from Ukraine in 2014.
Op-Ed Columnist: Grifters Gone Wild

Op-Ed Columnist: Grifters Gone Wild

From “Shakespeare in Love” to Harvey in handcuffs.
Op-Ed Columnist: Free Speech Will Not Save Us

Op-Ed Columnist: Free Speech Will Not Save Us

San Francisco 49ers, from left, Eli Harold, Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid, taking a knee during the national anthem before an N.F.L. game in 2016.
Exposures: In the Kingdom of Men

Exposures: In the Kingdom of Men

Friends and relatives of Gizem Olgun gathered at her funeral in Yalikavak, Turkey. She was murdered on March 9, a day after International Women’s Day was celebrated worldwide.
On Soccer: Real Madrid Beats Liverpool in Champions League Final on a Wonder and Two Blunders

On Soccer: Real Madrid Beats Liverpool in Champions League Final on a Wonder and Two Blunders

Sergio Ramos and Real Madrid lifted the Champions League trophy for the third year in a row.
Can Ireland Be Catholic Without the Church?

Can Ireland Be Catholic Without the Church?

People visiting Knock Shrine, a Catholic pilgrimage site in Ireland, last year.
Have You Ever Seen Someone Be Killed?

Have You Ever Seen Someone Be Killed?

A county jail in Tennessee. A question on a study following newly released prisoners in Massachusetts revealed that being a witness to deadly violence as a child was surprisingly common among the
Florence’s Answer to Mafia Violence: A Painting’s Loving Restoration

Florence’s Answer to Mafia Violence: A Painting’s Loving Restoration

Daniela Lippi putting the final touches on “The “Card Players” by Bartolomeo Manfredi at her studio before the painting’s re-installment in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence.
Profile: A Scrappy Makeover for a Tweedy Literary Fixture

Profile: A Scrappy Makeover for a Tweedy Literary Fixture

Stig Abell, 38, the editor of the Times Literary Supplement, at the book review journal’s offices in The News Building, the London headquarters of Rupert Murdoch’s media empire.
News Analysis: Trump Versus Law Enforcement: A Confrontation With No Precedent

News Analysis: Trump Versus Law Enforcement: A Confrontation With No Precedent

In recent days, President Trump has significantly escalated his confrontation with the F.B.I. and the Justice Department.
She Went to Interview Morgan Freeman. Her Story Became Much Bigger.

She Went to Interview Morgan Freeman. Her Story Became Much Bigger.

Chloe Melas, the CNN reporter who wrote about allegations against Morgan Freeman.
She Married 3 Brothers in Family Torn by Afghan War

She Married 3 Brothers in Family Torn by Afghan War

Khadija, 18, has married three brothers, losing two of them to the Afghan war. “I do not want this husband to be killed by the Taliban,” she said.
Ireland Votes to End Abortion Ban, in Rebuke to Catholic Conservatism

Ireland Votes to End Abortion Ban, in Rebuke to Catholic Conservatism

A mural in Dublin of Savita Halappanavar, who died in 2012 of complications from a miscarriage after a hospital rejected a request for an abortion.
Stuck in Traffic on Memorial Day?

Stuck in Traffic on Memorial Day?

Traffic in Orlando, Fla., earlier this month.
Democrats Go All-Out to Avoid Disaster in California House Races

Democrats Go All-Out to Avoid Disaster in California House Races

Hans Keirstead, a stem-cell scientist running as a Democrat in California’s 48th Congressional District.
A Woman’s Rodeo, Designed by Dior

A Woman’s Rodeo, Designed by Dior

Daredevil riders opened the Dior Cruise show in Chantilly, France, on Friday. Just think of it as the Diorodeo.