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Dear Mom, the War’s Going Great

Dear Mom, the War’s Going Great

An American soldier in France writing a letter home during World War I.
G.M.O. Foods Will Soon Require Labels. What Will the Labels Say?

G.M.O. Foods Will Soon Require Labels. What Will the Labels Say?

Soybeans that have been genetically modified to be herbicide-tolerant. Federal law will soon require labels for foods that contain G.M.O.s.
China Blocks a Memorial Service to Sichuan Earthquake Victims

China Blocks a Memorial Service to Sichuan Earthquake Victims

Attendees on Saturday marked a minute of silence in front of the former Xuankou Middle School, destroyed in the 2008 earthquake.
Federal Tax Cuts Leave States in a Bind

Federal Tax Cuts Leave States in a Bind

The Crystal Court in the IDS Center in downtown Minneapolis. The state estimates that without legislative action, Minnesotans could pay $400 million more in state taxes next year because of the new
North Korea Invites World to Watch the Closing of Nuclear Test Site

North Korea Invites World to Watch the Closing of Nuclear Test Site

An annotated satellite image released last year shows the Punggye-ri nuclear test site in North Korea.
His College Knew of His Despair. His Parents Didn’t, Until It Was Too Late.

His College Knew of His Despair. His Parents Didn’t, Until It Was Too Late.

A dormitory at Hamilton College in upstate New York, where a suicide in 2016 raised questions about whether colleges should inform parents when students are in distress.
Chasing the Deal: 5 International Cities That Could Be Bargains for Summer Flights

Chasing the Deal: 5 International Cities That Could Be Bargains for Summer Flights

Hamburg’s Warehouse District. Airfare to the city is affordable this summer, according to Hipmunk, a travel website.
‘I Can Finally Dream’: Tunisia Expands Protection for Battered Women

‘I Can Finally Dream’: Tunisia Expands Protection for Battered Women

A protest over violence against women in Tunis in 2015. Tunisia has always prided itself on women’s rights, but abuse remains a widespread and persistent problem.
News Analysis: Clashing Views on Iran Reflect a New Balance of Power in the Cabinet

News Analysis: Clashing Views on Iran Reflect a New Balance of Power in the Cabinet

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo may play a swing role on President Trump’s national security team, a hard-line former congressman and C.I.A. director who, in his new job, seems determined to give
SURFACING: Magnet Implants? Welcome to the World of Medical Punk

SURFACING: Magnet Implants? Welcome to the World of Medical Punk

Jesika Foxx, a cosmetic tattoo artist, and Russ Foxx, a professional body-modification artist, whose face is tattooed on the left side with a circuitry design. "It represents the duality I feel trying
Making Motherhood Work for Me

Making Motherhood Work for Me

Charlize Theron in a scene from "Tully."
U.S. Ambassador Will Not Work Full Time in New Jerusalem Embassy

U.S. Ambassador Will Not Work Full Time in New Jerusalem Embassy

American and Israeli flags were posted near the new American Embassy in Jerusalem this month.
How a Web of Slip-and-Fall Cases Puts a New Spin on an Old-Fashioned Scheme

How a Web of Slip-and-Fall Cases Puts a New Spin on an Old-Fashioned Scheme

Christopher Fusco, a lawyer whose firm mainly represents insurers, said he found at least eight cases that seem suspicious because of the lawyers and doctors involved.
Mass Shooting in Australia Leaves a Tiny Community in Shock and Grief

Mass Shooting in Australia Leaves a Tiny Community in Shock and Grief

The police investigating the deaths of seven members of a family in a suspected murder-suicide in Osmington, a quiet rural area 13 miles outside the town of Margaret River, Australia.
Suspicions, Demands and Threats: Devin Nunes vs. the Justice Dept.

Suspicions, Demands and Threats: Devin Nunes vs. the Justice Dept.

Representative Devin Nunes, Republican of California and the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, has escalated his demands to Justice Department officials in recent weeks.
In Canada, Theories Swirl With the Tide as 14th Human Foot Washes Ashore

In Canada, Theories Swirl With the Tide as 14th Human Foot Washes Ashore

A beach on Gabriola Island, in British Columbia, where foot No. 14 was discovered.
‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Is Picked Up by NBC, and Fans Rejoice

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Is Picked Up by NBC, and Fans Rejoice

From left: Andre Braugher, Andy Samberg, Terry Crews and Joe Lo Truglio in “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” which will have a 13-episode sixth season on NBC after Fox declined to renew it.