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The Week in Books

The Week in Books

From left: Tennessee Williams and Frank Merlo; Janet Malcolm; Valeria Luiselli.
India Dispatch: ‘The Pirate Days Are Over’: Goa’s Nude Hippies Give Way to India’s Yuppies

India Dispatch: ‘The Pirate Days Are Over’: Goa’s Nude Hippies Give Way to India’s Yuppies

An Indian tourist lounging in the surf on a Goa beach last month, as a friend took a picture.
Land Mines Block Saudi-Led Assault in Yemen, Killing Civilians

Land Mines Block Saudi-Led Assault in Yemen, Killing Civilians

A mountain of land mines that Yemeni soldiers said they collected over the past two months. The mines have stymied the Saudi-led advance.
Election Fraud in North Carolina? State Board Will Hear Evidence This Week

Election Fraud in North Carolina? State Board Will Hear Evidence This Week

Voters cast their ballots in Charlotte, N.C., in November. State regulators will meet on Monday to consider evidence of possible election misconduct in North Carolina’s Ninth Congressional District.
The Instant, Custom, Connected Future of Medical Devices

The Instant, Custom, Connected Future of Medical Devices

One Drop uses sensors, an app, and a Bluetooth glucose meterto track a patient’s blood glucose levels. It was created by Jeff Dachis, center.
Chicago Police Seeking to Interview Jussie Smollett Again After Questioning Two Brothers

Chicago Police Seeking to Interview Jussie Smollett Again After Questioning Two Brothers

The Chicago Police Department wants to re-interview Jussie Smollett, who has alleged that he was physically attacked by men who shouted racial and homophobic slurs.
Gene Littler, Golfer With a Gorgeous Swing, Dies at 88

Gene Littler, Golfer With a Gorgeous Swing, Dies at 88

Gene Littler after winning the United States Open in 1961. He lost two other majors in playoffs and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1990.
Heather Nauert Withdraws From Consideration as U.N. Ambassador

Heather Nauert Withdraws From Consideration as U.N. Ambassador

Heather Nauert withdrew from consideration to replace Nikki Haley as ambassador to the United Nations. Her nomination was said to have been proceeding without a completed background check.
Sunday Routine: How Fareed Zakaria, CNN Host, Spends His Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Fareed Zakaria, CNN Host, Spends His Sundays

Mr. Zakaria sits in his study, which he describes as the “heart and soul” of his home.
As Measles Outbreak Flares, Vaccination Rates Soar and Some Come Off the Fence

As Measles Outbreak Flares, Vaccination Rates Soar and Some Come Off the Fence

Lux Wagner, 4, waiting to receive the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine at an immunization clinic in Portland, Ore., on Saturday. His mother, Cameron Wagner, said she changed her mind about the
On Pro Football: In Colin Kaepernick Case, N.F.L. Makes a Familiar, Safe Call

On Pro Football: In Colin Kaepernick Case, N.F.L. Makes a Familiar, Safe Call

Support for Colin Kaepernick had made him an off-field presence, even at the recent Super Bowl.
Bill de Blasio: The Path Amazon Rejected

Bill de Blasio: The Path Amazon Rejected

As part of its move to Long Island City, Amazon was going to lease space in the Citibank building.
Op-Ed Columnist: The King of Pop — and Perversion

Op-Ed Columnist: The King of Pop — and Perversion

Michael Jackson after his acquittal in 2005 on charges of molesting a boy.
Amy Klobuchar Casts Herself as Heartland Democrat in First Campaign Swing

Amy Klobuchar Casts Herself as Heartland Democrat in First Campaign Swing

Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota worked quickly to establish her Wisconsin bona fides in a visit to the state on Saturday.
Lee Radziwill, Ex-Princess and Sister of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Dies at 85

Lee Radziwill, Ex-Princess and Sister of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Dies at 85

Lee Radziwill arriving at Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball in the Grand Ballroom at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan in 1966.
Patrick Caddell, Self-Taught Pollster Who Helped Carter to White House, Dies at 68

Patrick Caddell, Self-Taught Pollster Who Helped Carter to White House, Dies at 68

Patrick Caddell was considered instrumental in Jimmy Carter’s ascent to the presidency, but he also shared the blame for limiting him to a single term.
news analysis: Do American Women Still Need an Equal Rights Amendment?

news analysis: Do American Women Still Need an Equal Rights Amendment?

Phyllis Schlafly, here in 1976, predicted terrible things if the Equal Rights Amendment was ratified, including same-sex marriage and unisex toilets.