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Erdogan Presses for Answers From Saudi Prince in Khashoggi Killing

Erdogan Presses for Answers From Saudi Prince in Khashoggi Killing

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey said the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, had failed to expose the truth about the disappearance and death of Mr. Khashoggi.
New York Today: Amazon Looms, a Subway Death and Metropolitan Diary Returns

New York Today: Amazon Looms, a Subway Death and Metropolitan Diary Returns

Amazon could soon be bringing as many as 25,000 jobs to Long Island City.
California, Stan Lee, Amazon: Your Tuesday Briefing

California, Stan Lee, Amazon: Your Tuesday Briefing

A statue in the ruins of a home in Malibu, Calif. Three major fires that are burning in the state have already killed dozens of people and damaged thousands of homes.
Why It Feels Like We’re Trapped in a Pinter Play

Why It Feels Like We’re Trapped in a Pinter Play

Paapa Essiedu in "The New World Order" at the Harold Pinter Theater in London this fall.
The Alt-Right’s Favorite Meme Is 100 Years Old

The Alt-Right’s Favorite Meme Is 100 Years Old

Anders Breivik seen during the audience in court, in Oslo, Norway in 2012.
Why Michelle Obama Is ‘Everything’

Why Michelle Obama Is ‘Everything’

A portrait of Michelle Obama by Amy Sherald at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington.
Best of Late Night: Colbert Slams Trump for Blaming ‘Mismanagement’ for California Fires

Best of Late Night: Colbert Slams Trump for Blaming ‘Mismanagement’ for California Fires

“Donald Trump is a well-known stickler for fire safety, because with all the hair spray he’s easily the most flammable president in U.S. history,” Stephen Colbert said.
Burned-Out Cars, Smoke in the Air, Aerial Assaults, All in California

Burned-Out Cars, Smoke in the Air, Aerial Assaults, All in California

The scorched wildfire landmarks are reminiscent of war zones — not just in how they look, but in how they make the people battling the blazes feel.
The 52 Places Traveler: In Fiji, a ‘Reluctant Swimmer’ Jumps In

The 52 Places Traveler: In Fiji, a ‘Reluctant Swimmer’ Jumps In

From top right: The bar at Tambua Sands Beach Resort on the Coral Coast; the adults-only pool at Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay; sandbar off Malolo Island where I went snorkeling; sunset driving on the
New Public Spaces Are Supposed to Be for All. The Reality Is More Complicated.

New Public Spaces Are Supposed to Be for All. The Reality Is More Complicated.

A worker power-washing the pedestrian plaza along Broadway in Manhattan’s garment district. Trash, used needles and feces there have drawn complaints.
Weak Spots in Democrats’ Strong Midterm Results Point to Challenges in 2020

Weak Spots in Democrats’ Strong Midterm Results Point to Challenges in 2020

Working on the recount over the weekend at the Miami-Dade County Election Department.
U.N.’s Expert on ‘Extreme Poverty’ Is Investigating Britain. Why?

U.N.’s Expert on ‘Extreme Poverty’ Is Investigating Britain. Why?

Without food banks like this one in Newcastle, England, “we wouldn’t be able to survive,” says a British woman.
Whitaker’s Appointment as Acting Attorney General Faces Court Challenge

Whitaker’s Appointment as Acting Attorney General Faces Court Challenge

President Trump named Matthew G. Whitaker acting attorney general after forcing out Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
DealBook: WeWork’s Rise: How a Sublet Start-Up Is Taking Over

DealBook: WeWork’s Rise: How a Sublet Start-Up Is Taking Over

The WeWork building at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The company has said it is the largest real estate tenant in New York, London and Washington.
Germany’s Real Political Divide Is Generational

Germany’s Real Political Divide Is Generational

Listening to classical music in a park in Leipzig, Germany. Younger Germans are increasingly fed up with the angst and pessimism of the boomer generation, Jagoda Marinic writes.
U.S. Declines to Sign Declaration Discouraging Use of Cyberattacks

U.S. Declines to Sign Declaration Discouraging Use of Cyberattacks

President Emmanuel Macron of France on Monday in Paris, where he released the “Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace” declaration.
Amazon Chooses Queens and a Washington Suburb for ‘Second Headquarters’

Amazon Chooses Queens and a Washington Suburb for ‘Second Headquarters’

A view of Long Island City in Queens on Tuesday. Amazon has chosen the outer-borough neighborhood for one of its two HQ2 locations, according to a person familiar with the decision-making process.