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AIDS Runs Rampant in Venezuela, Putting an Ancient Culture at Risk

AIDS Runs Rampant in Venezuela, Putting an Ancient Culture at Risk

Armando Beria and family members setting out to harvest taro, a staple of the Warao people, in Jobure de Guayo, Venezuela, a settlement hit hard by AIDS. The disease is spreading rapidly through the
How Can the M.T.A. Rescue the Subway When It Struggles to Deliver Basics?

How Can the M.T.A. Rescue the Subway When It Struggles to Deliver Basics?

Inside one of 32 new subway cars that was built by Bombardier, a Canadian company, as it rumbled into the Myrtle Avenue Station in Brooklyn. The company was supposed to have delivered 300 cars by

ISIS Loyalists Invaded This Philippine City. Here’s What’s Left.

Skeletal remains. Bomb remnants. An empty vault that used to hold money. This is what’s left of Marawi after it was seized by pro-ISIS fighters nearly a year ago. Our correspondent takes you inside
In Fight Against Violent Crime, Justice Dept. Targets Low-Level Gun Offenders

In Fight Against Violent Crime, Justice Dept. Targets Low-Level Gun Offenders

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has lobbied for stricter enforcement of gun laws over the passage of new ones since his days as a senator. Now, he has the power to implement that strategy.
Romaine Riddle: Why the E. Coli Outbreak Eludes Food Investigators

Romaine Riddle: Why the E. Coli Outbreak Eludes Food Investigators

The source of an E. coli outbreak in romaine is eluding investigators, who are examining fields, water, harvesting equipment and processing sites.
Tomahawk Chops and Indian Mascots: In Europe, Teams Don’t See a Problem

Tomahawk Chops and Indian Mascots: In Europe, Teams Don’t See a Problem

Buffalo Ben, the official team mascot for the Belgian soccer team K.A.A. Gent. His sidekick is a female version named Buffalo Mel.
In Peru, Justice in Sexual Assault Cases Called a ‘Lost Cause’

In Peru, Justice in Sexual Assault Cases Called a ‘Lost Cause’

Alessandra Bonelli, a model and former Miss Peru contestant, said investigators “made me feel guilty for what happened,” after she reported being raped.
Editorial Observer: Sean Hannity’s Guide to Real Estate

Editorial Observer: Sean Hannity’s Guide to Real Estate

Sean Hannity, the popular Fox News host, is a property owner and landlord on a considerable scale.
You Can’t Separate Money From Culture

You Can’t Separate Money From Culture

A rally in Des Moines in December 2016, after Donald Trump’s victory.
Op-Ed Columnist: Save Barnes & Noble!

Op-Ed Columnist: Save Barnes & Noble!

A Barnes & Noble bookstore in the Bronx.
Gina Haspel Offered to Withdraw C.I.A. Nomination Amid Concerns Over Role in Torture Program

Gina Haspel Offered to Withdraw C.I.A. Nomination Amid Concerns Over Role in Torture Program

Gina Haspel, the president’s nominee to run the C.I.A., offered to withdraw her nomination ahead of what is expected to be a tough confirmation hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Lawsuit Accuses Taekwondo Olympian and His Coach, Who Are Brothers, of Sexual Abuse

Lawsuit Accuses Taekwondo Olympian and His Coach, Who Are Brothers, of Sexual Abuse

Brothers Jean Lopez, left, and Steven Lopez at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. Steven Lopez, a five-time Olympian and three-time medalist in taekwondo, was coached by his brother.
As Deadline on Nuclear Deal Nears, Israel and Iran Issue Warnings

As Deadline on Nuclear Deal Nears, Israel and Iran Issue Warnings

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel said on Sunday that “a deal that enables Iran to keep and hide all its nuclear weapons know-how is a horrible deal.”
Pakistan Interior Minister, Champion of Minorities, Is Shot

Pakistan Interior Minister, Champion of Minorities, Is Shot

Ahsan Iqbal, the Pakistani interior minister, being transported to a hospital after he was shot on Sunday.