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Desiree Linden and Yuki Kawauchi Pull Off Upsets in Rainy Boston Marathon

Desiree Linden and Yuki Kawauchi Pull Off Upsets in Rainy Boston Marathon

Desiree Linden became the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon in 33 years.
A Cousin of the Martini, the Alaska, Strikes Gold

A Cousin of the Martini, the Alaska, Strikes Gold

The Alaska cocktail at Golden Teardrops, a subterranean cocktail bar that opened late last year in Chicago.
Niger Ambush Suspect May Be in Custody, Officials Say

Niger Ambush Suspect May Be in Custody, Officials Say

Soldiers from Niger during an exercise on the outskirts of the capital, Niamey, in February.
Trump’s Annoyed About Russian and Chinese Currencies. Should He Be?

Trump’s Annoyed About Russian and Chinese Currencies. Should He Be?

A display of currency exchange rates in Moscow last week. President Trump's comment about Russia's currency is curious because Russia is not an important player in global commerce.
The Humble Potato Is Exalted in the Mountains of Peru

The Humble Potato Is Exalted in the Mountains of Peru

Nazario Quispe Amao, an agriculturist, planting potatoes on the outskirts of Chahuaytire, a mountain village in southern Peru. Potatoes were domesticated in the Andes more than 10,000 years ago.

Female Senators, Their Ranks Increasing, Reflect on Breaking Into the Boys’ Club

Four female senators, Susan Collins of Maine, Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, and Joni Ernst of Iowa, chat at a TimesTalk.
Starbucks Employee Who Called Police on Black Men No Longer Works There, Company Says

Starbucks Employee Who Called Police on Black Men No Longer Works There, Company Says

A protester demonstrated on Sunday outside a Starbucks in Philadelphia, where the police arrested two black men who were sitting inside.
New Delhi Journal: ‘Men Treat Us Like We Aren’t Human.’ Indian Girls Learn to Fight Back.

New Delhi Journal: ‘Men Treat Us Like We Aren’t Human.’ Indian Girls Learn to Fight Back.

Girls doing drills in a self-defense training camp at a New Delhi police barracks in January.
Chemical Arms Experts Blocked From Site of Syria Attack

Chemical Arms Experts Blocked From Site of Syria Attack

In Douma, Syria, where it is believed chemical weapons were used on April 7. Inspectors want to take samples and talk to witnesses.
City Ballet’s New Team Gets a Crash Course in Season Planning

City Ballet’s New Team Gets a Crash Course in Season Planning

The choreographer Kyle Abraham has been chosen by the interim team to create a new work for the New York City Ballet’s fall gala.
Lung Cancer Patients Live Longer With Immune Therapy

Lung Cancer Patients Live Longer With Immune Therapy

A colored magnetic resonance imaging scan of a cancerous tumor in the lung, in orange, upper right. A study suggests “that chemotherapy alone is no longer a standard of care,” its lead author said.
Op-Ed Contributor: Why Robert Kennedy Went to Pine Ridge

Op-Ed Contributor: Why Robert Kennedy Went to Pine Ridge

Alfred Pilsmore, an 84-year-old Oglala Sioux Indian, discussing Indian needs with Robert F. Kennedy at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota on April 16, 1968.
Nursing Election Grievances, Hillary Clinton Supporters Curse Comey

Nursing Election Grievances, Hillary Clinton Supporters Curse Comey

President Trump has seized on the frustration of Hillary Clinton supporters to rant about James B. Comey, tapping into — and twisting — the Democratic angst.
California Today: California Today: Los Angeles’s New Plan to House the Homeless

California Today: California Today: Los Angeles’s New Plan to House the Homeless

Homeless encampments in Los Angeles in December. A new program would set up temporary shelters on city-owned land.
Judge Says Trump and Cohen Can’t Yet Review Materials Seized by FBI

Judge Says Trump and Cohen Can’t Yet Review Materials Seized by FBI

Michael Cohen, President Trump’s embattled lawyer, leaving court in Manhattan on Monday.
Conchita Wurst, Threatened With Blackmail, Reveals H.I.V. Status

Conchita Wurst, Threatened With Blackmail, Reveals H.I.V. Status

Thomas Neuwirth, who performs in drag as Conchita Wurst, said in a statement on Instagram that he has H.I.V.
Pulp Nonfiction: Podcasts Go Mass-Market

Pulp Nonfiction: Podcasts Go Mass-Market

"Female Criminals," "Tales" and "Unexplained Mysteries," all from the Parcast network are some of the year's most popular new podcasts. The network's tenth show, "Gone," premieres this month.
7 Inmates Killed in South Carolina Prison Riot

7 Inmates Killed in South Carolina Prison Riot

Lee Correctional Institution in Bishopville, S.C., is a maximum-security prison. Seven inmates were killed there after fights broke out Sunday night.