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Surgery Lit by Cellphone: Togo Doctors Strike Over Deplorable Hospitals

Surgery Lit by Cellphone: Togo Doctors Strike Over Deplorable Hospitals

Togolese women protested in the streets of the capital, Lomé, during a January rally against President Faure Gnassingbé, whose family has ruled the country for five decades.
They Did 30 Years for Someone Else’s Crime. Then Paid for It.

They Did 30 Years for Someone Else’s Crime. Then Paid for It.

Henry McCollum spent 30 years on death row before DNA evidence exonerated him and his half brother, Leon Brown, in a rape and murder case in North Carolina. Much of their $750,000 settlements from the
‘Big Brother’ in India Requires Fingerprint Scans for Food, Phones and Finances

‘Big Brother’ in India Requires Fingerprint Scans for Food, Phones and Finances

India has collected biometric data on most of its 1.3 billion residents, to be used in a nationwide identity system called Aadhaar, meaning “foundation.”
Is It Time to Rethink the Rules for N.F.L. Cheerleaders?

Is It Time to Rethink the Rules for N.F.L. Cheerleaders?

The Denver Broncos cheerleaders in 2017. “There’s pretty much nothing like it in terms of a rush,” one former N.F.L. cheerleader said.
The Look: ‘I Love to Fight. I Live to Fight.’

The Look: ‘I Love to Fight. I Live to Fight.’

Heather Hardy, known as the Heat, during a fight at Bellator 194, a mixed martial arts event held at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn.
Skateboarders Won

Skateboarders Won

LES Coleman Skatepark in Manhattan, NY.
London Confronts a Spate of Murders, With Most Victims Killed by Knives

London Confronts a Spate of Murders, With Most Victims Killed by Knives

A memorial in Hackney, East London for Israel Ogunsola, 18, who was stabbed to death on Wednesday. So far this year, the city has seen an average of more than three killings a week.
Canadian Town Reels After Bus Crash Kills Beloved Hockey Players

Canadian Town Reels After Bus Crash Kills Beloved Hockey Players

The impromptu memorial at the arena where the Humboldt Broncos play. It has become a gathering place for grieving families.
Catching Up: Weekend Reads From Opinion

Catching Up: Weekend Reads From Opinion

Dick and Sue Collitt are selling the Ripton Country Store in Vermont, which they have owned since 1976.
How a Liberal Dissident Became a Far-Right Hero, in Hungary and Beyond

How a Liberal Dissident Became a Far-Right Hero, in Hungary and Beyond

No one exemplifies the angry direction of post-communist Eastern Europe more than Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary. He is expected to lead his party to victory in parliamentary elections on
Texas Begins Sending National Guard Troops to Mexican Border

Texas Begins Sending National Guard Troops to Mexican Border

The Texas National Guard has begun deploying 250 troops to the state’s border with Mexico, as part of President Trump’s plan to send the military there.
Op-Ed Columnist: Risotto From Sri Lanka Is Just as Good

Op-Ed Columnist: Risotto From Sri Lanka Is Just as Good

From left: Mariano and Manola Arcelloni, Gowry Ariharan and Ramesh Kumar Balakrishnan.
Your Money: A $350 Million Fund Helps Many Public Servants. Meet the Ones Left Out.

Your Money: A $350 Million Fund Helps Many Public Servants. Meet the Ones Left Out.

Robin White, an assistant professor at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, La., purposely paid more than she owed on her student loans. “I wanted to make it clear that I was not trying to take
Trump Signs Memo Ordering End to ‘Catch and Release’ Immigration Policy

Trump Signs Memo Ordering End to ‘Catch and Release’ Immigration Policy

President Trump leaving the Oval Office for Marine One on Thursday. He began the week by talking tough on immigration and ended it by ordering the National Guard to patrol the southwestern border.
Kushner Partner in 666 Fifth Ave. Says It Has Deal to Sell

Kushner Partner in 666 Fifth Ave. Says It Has Deal to Sell

The Kushners bought 666 Fifth Avenue just before the 2008 recession, and the building’s finances have been troubled ever since.
Day 2 at the Masters Starts With Mayhem and Ends With Patrick Reed in the Lead

Day 2 at the Masters Starts With Mayhem and Ends With Patrick Reed in the Lead

Patrick Reed hitting from a sand trap on the 10th hole at Augusta National on Friday. Reed’s highest finish at a major has been a tie for second at the P.G.A. Championship last year, when he finished
Op-Ed Contributor: Baseball’s Unwritten Rules

Op-Ed Contributor: Baseball’s Unwritten Rules

Chance Sisco of the Baltimore Orioles batting earlier this week against the Minnesota Twins in Baltimore.
Amid Opposition, Brooklyn Museum Stands by Its New Curator of African Arts, Who Is White

Amid Opposition, Brooklyn Museum Stands by Its New Curator of African Arts, Who Is White

The Brooklyn Museum responded on Friday to accusations from an activist group that a recent hire by the institution was “tone-deaf.”
Op-Ed Contributor: Is Trump Sowing the Seeds for ISIS 2.0?

Op-Ed Contributor: Is Trump Sowing the Seeds for ISIS 2.0?

A Syrian regime member in eastern Ghouta, on the outskirts of Damascus, this week.