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A First in Flight: Australia to the U.K., in 17 Hours

A First in Flight: Australia to the U.K., in 17 Hours

Qantas’s Dreamliner taking off on its inaugural flight from Perth, Australia, to London, on Saturday night.
Profile: A Comic Book Artist Who Makes the Invisible Visible

Profile: A Comic Book Artist Who Makes the Invisible Visible

Yvan Alagbé, the French comic book artist, says that people often ask him why he always draws black people.
Villanova Returns to Final Four After Holding Off Texas Tech

Villanova Returns to Final Four After Holding Off Texas Tech

Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree (21) and the Villanova Wildcats built a commanding first half lead before holding off Texas Tech to reach the Final Four.
Review: ‘The Terror,’ or ‘Alien’ in the Arctic

Review: ‘The Terror,’ or ‘Alien’ in the Arctic

Tobias Menzies, left, and Ciarán Hinds in “The Terror,” a new AMC series that mixes history and horror.
U.S. Strikes Qaeda Target in Southern Libya, Expanding Shadow War There

U.S. Strikes Qaeda Target in Southern Libya, Expanding Shadow War There

The road in southern Libya between Sebha and Ubari in 2013. Ubari is at the intersection of the powerful criminal and jihadist currents that have washed across Libya in recent years.
Gun Marches Keep Republicans on Defense in Midterm Races

Gun Marches Keep Republicans on Defense in Midterm Races

Gov. John Kasich of Ohio, a Republican who has criticized President Trump, in Los Angeles last week. He warned on Sunday that voters “do want changes” on gun policy.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Trump’s Trans Ban Shows Who He Really Is

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Trump’s Trans Ban Shows Who He Really Is

President Trump arriving in West Palm Beach, Fla., on Friday evening. His policy recommendation on transgender troops was released the same night.
Militants Linked to Al Qaeda Unleash Deadly Car Bombings in Somalia

Militants Linked to Al Qaeda Unleash Deadly Car Bombings in Somalia

The Shabab claimed responsibility for a deadly car bombing in Mogadishu, Somalia, on Sunday.
Where Fear and Hope Collide: Images From Mexican Border, and Beyond

Where Fear and Hope Collide: Images From Mexican Border, and Beyond

A man killed in a suspected drug-related execution in 2012 in Acapulco, Mexico. Violence has surged in Acapulco, once Mexico’s top tourist destination, spurring the flight of many Mexicans.
Trump Won’t Hire 2 Lawyers Whose Appointments Were Announced Days Ago

Trump Won’t Hire 2 Lawyers Whose Appointments Were Announced Days Ago

Victoria Toensing and her husband, Joseph diGenova, will not join President Trump’s legal team.
China Splits Top Jobs at Central Bank, Adding Another Reformer

China Splits Top Jobs at Central Bank, Adding Another Reformer

Guo Shuqing, center, in Beijing last year. China has named Mr. Guo, already the top banking and insurance regulator, as the central bank’s Communist Party secretary, overseeing the governor.
Carles Puigdemont Is Arrested in Germany, Drawing E.U. Giant Into Catalan Fight

Carles Puigdemont Is Arrested in Germany, Drawing E.U. Giant Into Catalan Fight

Carles Puigdemont, center, the former Catalan president, in Helsinki, Finland, this month.
When the Elderly Call for Help, a ‘Chain’ Immigrant Often Answers

When the Elderly Call for Help, a ‘Chain’ Immigrant Often Answers

Irma Mangayan, an immigrant from the Philippines, checks on residents at Belmont Village Senior Living in Burbank, Calif.
Vows: A Match That’s Perfectly Imperfect

Vows: A Match That’s Perfectly Imperfect

Rahysa Vargas and Christopher Cheng were married March 3. The couple met in September 2006 at a University of Miami football game.