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When Living Your Truth Can Mean Losing Your Children

When Living Your Truth Can Mean Losing Your Children

Chavie Weisberger of Brooklyn lost custody of her children after she lapsed in raising them religiously. But her case was reversed on appeal and is reverberating through the state’s lower courts.
China Tries to Erase Taiwan, One Ally (and Website) at a Time

China Tries to Erase Taiwan, One Ally (and Website) at a Time

The changing of the guard at Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall in Taipei, Taiwan’s capital. China’s recent efforts to isolate Taiwan, diplomatically and otherwise, have been its most intense in decades,
The Most Surprising Entry in Venice’s Architecture Biennale? The Vatican’s

The Most Surprising Entry in Venice’s Architecture Biennale? The Vatican’s

The Vatican’s chapels are in a garden at the Giorgio Cini Foundation on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore.
Ireland’s Abortion Referendum Becomes a Test for Facebook and Google

Ireland’s Abortion Referendum Becomes a Test for Facebook and Google

Ireland’s abortion referendum on Friday has turned into a test of whether Facebook and Google can prevent foreign meddling from swaying the outcome.
Two Sought in Bombing at Indian Restaurant in Ontario

Two Sought in Bombing at Indian Restaurant in Ontario

The police released this photo of two people suspected of bombing an Indian restaurant in Mississauga, Ontario, a city near Toronto.
Woman Says She Was Bound, Gagged and Bullied at Work in Scotland

Woman Says She Was Bound, Gagged and Bullied at Work in Scotland

A 2010 photograph showing DeeAnn Fitzpatrick, who worked at Marine Scotland, gagged and taped to her chair. Ms. Fitzpatrick has sued, accusing co-workers of a campaign of harassment.
No Charges for San Francisco Officers in Deaths of 2 Knife-Wielding Men

No Charges for San Francisco Officers in Deaths of 2 Knife-Wielding Men

After Mario Woods was killed by police officers in December 2015, protesters gathered at City Hall in San Francisco.
Boston Globe Finds Itself Uncomfortably in the News

Boston Globe Finds Itself Uncomfortably in the News

Exchange Place in Boston is home to The Boston Globe, which has been roiled by controversy in recent months.
The Populists Take Rome

The Populists Take Rome

The Five Star Movement leader Luigi Di Maio, center, with party colleagues, after a meeting to form a cabinet.
‘How Not to Get Too Sad’: Santa Fe Students Turn to Parkland for Advice

‘How Not to Get Too Sad’: Santa Fe Students Turn to Parkland for Advice

A student from Alpine High School, which was the site of a shooting in 2016, spoke before a round table with other gun violence survivors held by Gov. Greg Abbott in Austin, Tex., on Thursday.
Concerned by Trump, Some Republicans Quietly Align With Democrats

Concerned by Trump, Some Republicans Quietly Align With Democrats

Jerry Taylor, a Republican, said Republicans and Democrats should work together if they are “concerned about the health of the liberal order and alarmed over the destruction of the norms of American
Potential Auto Tariffs Prompt Warnings From Industry and Allies

Potential Auto Tariffs Prompt Warnings From Industry and Allies

The president has often vowed to defend and strengthen American manufacturing, but some critics believe that he doesn’t take into account the complex web of materials and components that are sourced