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Becoming Greta: ‘Invisible Girl’ to Global Climate Activist, With Bumps Along the Way

Becoming Greta: ‘Invisible Girl’ to Global Climate Activist, With Bumps Along the Way

Greta Thunberg, center, skips school on Fridays to demonstrate for climate action at the Swedish Parliament in Stockholm.
Bonaire: Where Coral and Cactus Thrive, and the Sea Soothes the Soul

Bonaire: Where Coral and Cactus Thrive, and the Sea Soothes the Soul

Nina Burleigh, the author, dives near the Pink Beach snorkel site off the coast of Bonaire. The Caribbean island offers a beacon of hope for coral reefs.
Sidebar: When Does Kicking Black People Off Juries Cross a Constitutional Line?

Sidebar: When Does Kicking Black People Off Juries Cross a Constitutional Line?

At the 2010 murder trial of Curtis Flowers, Clemmie Flemming showed the prosecutor Doug Evans where she spotted Mr. Flowers on the morning of four murders in Winona, Miss., in 1996. Mr. Flowers has
El Chapo Highlighted Mexican Corruption, but Drug Money Also Lubricates U.S. Border

El Chapo Highlighted Mexican Corruption, but Drug Money Also Lubricates U.S. Border

Drug traffickers have contributed to several scandals by American and Mexican officials who work on the border. The United States Border Patrol said 77 employees were arrested or indicted on
Rubén Díaz Makes Homophobic Remarks. Should He Be Expelled From the City Council?

Rubén Díaz Makes Homophobic Remarks. Should He Be Expelled From the City Council?

On Thursday, Rubén Díaz Sr. held a rally outside his City Council district office in the Bronx, as supporters held signs that said “Don’t apologize.” He did not.
Renters: An Age-Appropriate Place Downtown

Renters: An Age-Appropriate Place Downtown

From left, Michael Dellon, Andrew Cataldo and Christos Livanos found a spacious apartment they could afford. The one drawback? Two of the bedrooms aren’t technically bedrooms, as they lack windows.
Galleries From A to Z Sued Over Websites the Blind Can’t Use

Galleries From A to Z Sued Over Websites the Blind Can’t Use

A new flood of litigation, over the accessibility of websites to the visually impaired, has targeted a variety of companies, including, clockwise from top left: Acquavella Galleries; Adelson
Elizabeth Warren Wants a Wealth Tax. How Would That Even Work?

Elizabeth Warren Wants a Wealth Tax. How Would That Even Work?

Some of the nation's most powerful families would surely use their resources to fight a wealth tax.
New York City to Ban Discrimination Based on Hair

New York City to Ban Discrimination Based on Hair

The New York City's human rights commission specifically asserts the right of people to have “natural hair, treated or untreated hairstyles such as locs, cornrows, twists, braids, Bantu knots, fades,

Australia’s Prime Minister Blames ‘Sophisticated State Actor’ for Parliament Hack

Australia has been unable to determine which country was behind a hack of Parliament and the country’s political parties weeks before a national election.
Trilobites: What’s Pink and Pinstriped and Digests Wood? This New Shipworm

Trilobites: What’s Pink and Pinstriped and Digests Wood? This New Shipworm

Tamilokus mabinia, the newly discovered shipworm, was found in the Philippines.

Lens: The Disappearing Chimney Sweeps of Paris

With the romanticized but dangerous and dirty trade languishing, Pete Hawk captured chimney sweeps at work, toiling above treetops in the City of Light.
Shinzo Abe Won’t Say if He Nominated Trump for a Nobel Prize

Shinzo Abe Won’t Say if He Nominated Trump for a Nobel Prize

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan, center left, with President Trump during the Group of 20 summit meeting in Buenos Aires in November.
Chinese and Iranian Hackers Renew Their Attacks on U.S. Companies

Chinese and Iranian Hackers Renew Their Attacks on U.S. Companies

A 2015 deal between President Barack Obama and President Xi Jinping of China that curtailed hacking intended to steal trade secrets appears to have been unofficially canceled.
On Soccer: Manchester United and the Siren Song of the Quick Fix

On Soccer: Manchester United and the Siren Song of the Quick Fix

Manchester United’s caretaker manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, went unbeaten in his first 11 matches after replacing José Mourinho.
How a Ballet Dancer Brought Balance to U.C.L.A. Gymnastics

How a Ballet Dancer Brought Balance to U.C.L.A. Gymnastics

Valorie Kondos Field keeping a close eye on one of her U.C.L.A. gymnasts as she practiced her routine.
Brexit: For Wall Street Banks in London, It’s Moving Time

Brexit: For Wall Street Banks in London, It’s Moving Time

London’s financial district, Canary Wharf. Few expect London to lose its might overnight, but international banks will no longer view it as their best gateway in or out of Europe.